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The Persian and Turkish tales, compleat. / Translated formerly from those languages into French, by M. Petis de la Croix, dean of the King's interpreters, reader and professor in the Royal College at Paris ; and now into English from that translation, by the late learned Dr. King, and several other hands. To which are added, two letters from a French abbot to his friend at Paris; giving an account of the island of Madagascar and of the French embassador's reception by the king of Siam.

Main Author: Pétis de La Croix, François, 1653-1713.
Other Authors: Ware, Richard, bookseller , King, William, 1663-1712.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for Richard Ware, at the Bible and Sun in Amen-Corner, MDCCXXIX [1739]
Edition: The fourth edition.
Subjects: Persian literature > Translations into English.
Booksellers' advertisements.
Note: "Books printed for Richard Ware, at the Bible and Sun in Amen-Corner": p. [9]-[10], vol. 1.
Headpieces; initials.
"Just published, price six shillings."
Said by the author to be tr. from a Persian collection: Hazar yek ruz.
Physical Description: 2 v. ; 17 cm.
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