3 edition of An account of the defeat of Count Teckely and of his being slain found in the catalog.
An account of the defeat of Count Teckely and of his being slain
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An account of the defeat of Count Teckely and of his being slain: together with a total rout, given to the Turkish army by the united forces of the Christian Emperour and the King of.
Together with the defeat of the Turkish army near Gran. To which is added the flight and seizure of the grand rebel, Count Teckely, by the Turks; and the manner of his treatment.
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