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A letter from Mr. Samuel White, to his brother in London dated in Siam, Sept. 20, 1686, giving a full account of the late rebellion made by the people of Macasser, inhabiting in that country, which ended with the death of all the rebells, who were totally destroy'd by the kings forces assisted by some Europeans of several nations, amongst whom Capt. Henry Udall and some others of our countrymen most unhappily lost their lives / Sam. White [Verf.]; Ernest Satow [Schreiber]
AuteurWhite, Samuel In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen __searchWikipediaForSamuel White
ImpliquésSatow, Ernest Mason In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen __searchWikipediaForErnest Mason Satow ; Trautz, Friedrich M. In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen __searchWikipediaForFriedrich M. Trautz
Lieu et date de création[Oxford], 5.9.1887 - 6.9.1887 [September 5+6, 1887]
__mods_Edition_handwritten
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Collation14 Bl.
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Transcribiert nach der Kopie in der Bodleian Library am 5/6. September 1887.
Condition conservationPappdeckel vom Heftblock gelöst.
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White, Samuel: A letter from Mr. Samuel White, to his brother in London, dated in Siam Sept. 20, 1686, giving a full account of the late rebellion made by the people of Macasser, inhabiting in that country, which ended with the death of all the rebells, who were totally destroy'd by the kings forces assisted by some Europeans of several nations, amongst whom Capt. Henry Udall and some others of our countrymen most unhappily lost their lives. - London: Joseph Hindmarsh, 1687
LangueAnglais
CollectionNeuzeitliche Handschriften und Manuskripte
Cote T 2013/11 (1) : Beil. 1 : A
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Bonn : Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, 2015
URNurn:nbn:de:hbz:5:1-79437 Persistent Identifier (URN)
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Aus dem Besitz von Friedrich Max Trautz.

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