Title: A new history of the life and reign of the Czar Peter the Great, Emperor of all Russia, and Father of his country. Giving an exact Relation of I. His Travels, Studies, and Personal Fatigues, for the attaining of Knowledge in Civil and Military Affairs, and the Improvement of his Subjects. II. His Introduction of Arts and Sciences, a Naval Force, and Commerce with foreign Nations: Also his many Reformations in Church and State, the Army, and the Customs and Manners of his People. III. His Wars with the Swedes, Turks, Tartars, and Persians; Victories by Sea and Land; Acquisitions of Territory; and Increase of Power. IV. His Regard to Genius and Merit, particularly in the Instances of General Le Fort, Prince Menzikoff, and the Empress Catharine: And his severe Justice on Offenders, exemplified in the Proceedings against the Czarewitz, and others. To which is prefixed, a chronological summary of the history of Russia, a political view of the constitution and a geographical description of that vast empire. The whole compiled from authentic Memoirs, and containing many Particulars that were never before collected together. By the author of the critical review of the political life of Oliver Cromwell.