A General History of the Turks, Moguls and Tatars, Vulgarly Called Tartars: Together with a Description of the Countries They Inhabit, in Two Volumes: I. The Genealogical History of the Tatars, Translated from the Tatar Manuscript Written in the Mogul Language by Abu'l Ghâzi Bahâder, Khân of Khowârazm; II. An Account of the Present State of the Northern Asia, as it Includes Grand Tatary, (or the Countries Possess'd by the Moguls and Tatars) and Siberia: with Some Observations Relating to Great Russia, Turky, Arabia, Persia, India and China, with Two Maps Exhibiting the Antient and Present State of Grand Tatary; the Whole Made English from the French, with Several Improvements and Additions
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