An account of Poland

Publication Date1698
RemainderContaining, a geographical description of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and the wars they have been engag'd in; the constitution of that government; particularly the manner of electing and crowning their king; his power and prerogatives: with a brief history of the Tartars. By Monsieur Hauteville, who resided about 25 years in that kingdom. To which is added, a chronology of the Polish kings; the abdication of King John Casimir; and the rise and progress of Socinianisme. Likewise a relation of the chief passages during the last interregnum; and the election and coronation of the new King Frederic Augustus. The whole comprehending whatsoever is curious and worthy of remark in the former and present state of Poland.
Extent[16], 300, [4] p.
Publisherprinted for T. Goodwin at the Queens-head in Fleet-street, and H. Newman at the Grashopper in the Poultry




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