A true and perfect relation of a great and horrid conspiracie, discovered by a Jew in Turkie, against the English. With the names of the conspirators, and the proceedings of the Great Turk thereupon. Also. The unchristian like dealing of Francis Hardedge, master of a ship, with his passengers, bound for Barbadoes; as it was in a letter specified, by one that had a fellow-feeling of the misery.

John Headley London : printed for E.E., Anno Dom. 1646

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