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The history of the late revolutions of Persia: taken from the memoirs of Father Krusinski, procurator of the Jesuits at Ispahan ; Who lived Twenty Years in that Country, was employed by the Bishop of Ispahan, in his Negotiations at the Persian Court, for the Emperor and King of France; … from the original, lately publish’d with the royal licence at Paris, by Father Du Cerceau, who has prefix’d a map of Persia, and a short history of the Sophies; with curious Remarks on the Accounts given by Tavernier, Sir John Chardin, and other Writers ... The Second Edition. To which is added, an Appendix, Giving an Authentic Account of the Dethroning of Sophi Thamas, by his General Thamas Kouli Kan; the Advancement of that General to the Imperial Dignity, and his many Victories over the Turks and Moguls, down to the present Year 1740.
London: Printed for J. Osborne, at the Golden-Ball in Pater-Noster-Row , 1740.