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CLAUDE DELAVAL COBHAM
Exerpta Cypria
page 166

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Pasha of Anatolia, Muzaffer, the new Pasha of Nicosia, the Pasha of Carainania, the Agha of the Janissaries, Janpnlad Bey, the Sanjaq of Tripoli, the Beylerbey of Greece, the Pasha of Sivas ano Marash, Ferca Frambnraro, the Sanjaq of Antipo, Suleiman Bey, three Sanjaqs of Arabia, Mustafa Bey, General of the adventurers, the Fergat, Lord of Malatia, the Framlmraro of Diverie, the Sanjaq of Arabia, and other leaser Sanjaqs, with a host of two hundred thousand men. Many Bay that when an account was taken eighty thousand Turks were left dead in Cyprus. They left the Framlmraro of Rhodes as Governor of Famagosta, he was said to be a Spanish renegade. We heard that two thousand horses, poor beasts and out of condition were left in Cyprus, and twenty thousand soldiers, not only as a garrison, but as colonists, for the island was all but deserted. Christian Commanders who died in Famagosta. Marc' Antonio Bragadino, Captain of the City of Famagosta Tiepolo, Captain of the City of Baffo Gioan Antonio Querini, Paymaster of the army Gioan Andrea Bragadino, Commandant in Famagosta Signor Ester Baglione, Captain General of the whole army „ Alnigi Martinengo „ Frederico Baglione Governor Piacenza Cav. dell' Haste, Vice-Governor Captain David Noce, Quartermaster „ Migliano de Perosa, Sergeant-Major Count Sigismondo da Casoldo „ Francesco di Lobi, of Cremona Captain Francesco Tronca villa „ Anibal Adamo, of Fermo ,. Scipione of Città di Castello „ Carlo Ragonasco „ Francesco Stracco Governor Naldi Captain Roberto Malvezzi „ Cesare de Aversa „ Bernardino da Gnbio „ Francesco Bugon, of Verona „ Giacomo da Fabiano „ Bastian del Sole, a Fiorentine „ Kttor da Brassa, who succeeded Captain Cesare d'Aversa „ Flaminio da Fiorenza, who succeeded Captain Bastian del Sole „ Erasmo da Fermo, who succeeded Captain de Cernole „ Barttolomeo delle Cernole „ Gioan Battista, of Rïvarole „ Gioan Francesco, of Venice Names of the Captains enslaved. Count Hercule Martinengo, with Giulio Cesare, a Brescian soldier „ Nestor Martinengo, escaped 158 EXCERPTA CYPRIA.

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