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The OBSERVATIONS He made in his
late TRAVELS from Prusia, through
Discovering not only the PRESENT STATE
of the Chief CITIES and TOWNS;
The CHARACTERS of the PRINCIPAL PERSONS
at the Several COURTS.
without Temple-Bar ; and JOHN BRINDLE Y, at
Baron DE POLLNITZ.
To Madame De * * *
HE Conduct of the Court of Spain, tho' it really made the Court of Vienna
uneasy, did not hinder the Emperor from carrying on the War against the Turks with Vigour: And Heaven so prosper'd the Imperial Arms, that in 1718 Prince Eugene gain'd the most signal Victory near Belgrade that the Chriftians could have hop'd for. Soon after that Battle the victorious Troops reduc'd Belgrade, and at length the Turks were forc'd to sue for a Peace : While every Thing seem'd to have a Tendency that way, Spain put to Sea the most formidable Fleet she had ever equipp'd since that unfortunate one call's, The Invincible Armado ;