Clarke: The Life of Tamerlane the Great …

Samuel Clarke: The life of Tamerlane the Great, with his wars against the great Duke of Moso, the King of China, Bajazet the great Turk, the Sultan of Egypt, the King of Persia, and some others, carried on with a continued series of success from the first to the last. Wherein are rare examples of heathenish piety, prudence, magnanimity, mercy, liberality, humility, justice, temperance, and valour. (London : printed by T.R. and E.M. for Tho: Underhill, at the signe of the Bible in Pauls Church-yard, neer the little north-door, 1653).

Samuel Clarke: The life of Tamerlane the Great, with his wars against the Duke of Mosco, the King of China, Bajazet the great Turk, the Sultan of Egypt, the King of Persia, and some others, carried on with a continued series of success from the first to the last. Wherein are rare examples of heathenish piety, prudence, magnanimity, mercy, liberality, humility, justice, temperance, and valour. By Sa. Clarke, late pastor in St. Bennet Fink, London. (London : printed by J.H. for Simon Miller, at the Star and Bible at the west end of St. Pauls Church, [1664])

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