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|| DR425 .E85 1798g
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|| Eton, William.
|| A survey of the Turkish empire. In which are considered, I. Its government, finances, military and naval force, Religion, History, Arts, Sciences, Manners, Commerce, and Population. II. The State of the Provinces, Including the ancient Government of the Crim Tatars, The Subjection of the Greeks, their efforts toward emancipation, And the interest of other Nations, Particularly of Great Britain, in their Success. III. The Causes of the decline of Turkey, And those which tend to the prolongation of its existence, With a Development of the Political System of the late Empress of Russia. IV. The British commerce with Turkey, The Necessity of abolishing the Levant Company, And the Danger of our Quarantine Regulations. With many other important particulars. By W. Eton, Esq ; many years resident in Turkey and in Russia.,
||xxviii, 516 pages ; 22 cm (volume nc rdacarrier)
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