An historical account of the revolutions in Persia. [electronic resource] : In the years 1722, 1723, 1724, and 1725. Wherein the rise and progress of those fatal broils, which from one of the most flourishing Monarchies in Asia, have reduced the Persian Empire to a desolate Wilderness, are set in a true light, and the imperfect Notions the Publick hitherto had of those great Events are fully clear'd up. Together with a relation of the miseries occasion'd by the siege of Ispahan, the Capital City, which exceeded all that we read of Jerusalem when besieged by Titus and Vespasian. Written by French missionary who was an eye-witness of most of the facts, and by him transmitted to Monsieur Le Maire, Consul of France at Tripoli in Syria. To which is prefix'd, A Genealogical Account of the Royal Family of Persia, by the Translator.
- London : printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1727.
,viii,90p. ; 8⁰.
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