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Kitaplar Sir ambassador," said Francis I. to Marino Giustiniano, ambassador from Venice, "... ile ilgili 4 kitaptan 1 - 4 arasındakiler.
" Sir ambassador," said Francis I. to Marino Giustiniano, ambassador from Venice, " I cannot deny that I eagerly desire to see the Turk very powerful and ready for war; not on his own account, for he is an infidel and all we are Christians, but in order... "
The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571 - Sayfa 392
Kenneth Meyer Setton tarafından - 1976 - 576 sayfa
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The history of France, tr. by R. Black. (Vol. 6-8 ed. by madame de Witt).

François Pierre G. Guizot - 1874
...to Marino Giustiniano, ambassador from Venice, " I cannot deny that I eagerly desire to see the Turk very powerful and ready for war; not on his own account, for he is an infidel and all we are Christians, but in order to cripple the power of the emperor, to force him into great expense,...
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The History of France from the Earliest Times to 1848, 3. cilt

Guizot (M., François), Madame de Witt (Henriette Elizabeth) - 1885
...to Marino Giustiniano, ambassador frutn Venice, "I cannot deny that I eagerly desire to see the Turk very powerful and ready for war ; not on his own account, for he is an infidel and all we are Christians, but in order to cripple the power of the emperor, to force him into great expense,...
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France: To 1789

François Guizot, Madame de Witt - 1898
...to Marino Giustiniano, ambassador from Venice, "I cannot deny that I eagerly desire to see the Turk very powerful and ready for war ; not on his own account, for he is an infldel and all we are Christians, but in order to cripple the power of the emperor, to force him into...
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Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance

John Hale - 1995 - 672 sayfa
...cannot deny that I very much want to see the Turk powerful and ready for war, not for his own sake, for he is an infidel and the rest of us are Christians, but to erode the power of the Emperor [Charles V] and involve him in crippling expense.'49 Thanks to the growing,...
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