T: +49 89 27372352

antiquariat@pahor.de

0 €0.00

You have no items in your shopping cart.

TURCO-RUSSIAN RELATIONS – MADRID IMPRINT: Manifesto que la corte de Viena ha publicado en justificacion de los motivos que le han obligado à declarar la guerra à los Turcos. Zoom



TURCO-RUSSIAN RELATIONS – MADRID IMPRINT: Manifesto que la corte de Viena ha publicado en justificacion de los motivos que le han obligado à declarar la guerra à los Turcos.

 


A rare pamphlet in Spanish language represents the latest events of the Russo-Turkish War between 1736-1739, as reported from the Viennese court.


Author:
Place and Year: Madrid: Juan de Aristia [1738].
Technique: Small 8°: 7 pp., loosely inserted in modern marbled paper wrappers (slightly age toned and stained, small tears in margins, old annotation in the upper left corner, soft horizontal folds, a pin sized hole in the middle of the last page without loss of tex
Code: 67639

A rare Spanish pamphlet gives the latest information on the Russo-Turkish war, which lasted between 1736 and 1739, with reports on the events involving the Russian statesman Andrey Ivanovich Osterman (1686-1747), who was appointed by Empress Anna of Russia, the Ottoman Grand Vizier and the Austrian Fieldmarshal Dominik Graf von Königsegg-Rothenfels (1673 – 1751), who was forced to resign his position in 1737, after suffering a major defeat in the war with the Ottomans.  

The pamphlet was printed in Madrid by Juan de Aristia (16? – 1740).  

We could only find one institutional example (The British Library).
 
References: OCLC 560325967.

Availability: In stock

Only 1 left

€450.00