Mr. Forman's letter to a member of Parliament In which is demonstrated that the driving the turk out of Europe would be so far from destroying the balance of civil power, and overthrowing the Protestant religion, as has been lately asserted in the Daily Journal, that it would produce a greater security to both than either of them has ever yet met with; and also procure several advantages to Britain, particularly in trade, which perhaps, the mus otherwise never expect. With a preface, containing a short vindication of the conduct of the Late Emperor Leopold, in the case of King James II. With a part of his imperial Majesty's letter to that unhappy prince after his flight to St. Germain in France. And likewise a postscript, shewing how to make short work with th e turks, and proposing a partition of the Ottoman empire in Europe, on this side of the Niester, between the August House of Austria and His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, or His Most Serene Highness the Prince of Orange

Main Author: Forman, Charles
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London Printed for J. Torbuck in Clare-Court, Drury Lane, and sold at the Phamphlet-Shops of London and Westminister 1736, MDCCXXXVI. [1736]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T170592. - Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],v-xv,[1],56p) 8°