The Present State of Turkey: Or, A Description of the Political, Civil, and Religious Constitution, Government, and Laws, of the Ottoman Empire; the Finances, Military and Naval Establishments; the State of Learning, and of the Liberal and Mechanical Arts; the Manners and Domestic Economy of the Turks and Other Subjects of the Grand Signor, &c., &c. Together with the Geographical, Political, and Civil, State of the Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia. From Observations Made, During a Residence of Fifteen Years in Constantinople and the Turkish Provinces, 2 tomas

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Joseph Mawman, 1809
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