The translator appears to be unknown. Another translation was made by an Englishman living in Paris, who claimed to have worked with de Tott himself; it was published the same year by J. Jarvis. A Dublin edition by L. White also appeared the same year. A second edition was published by Robinson in 1786.
Memoirs Of Baron De Tott. Containing The State Of The Turkish Empire And The Crimea, During The Late War With Russia. With Numerous Anecdotes, Facts, And Observations, On The Manners And Customs Of The Turks And Tartars. Translated From The French. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. [... Vol. II.] London: Printed For G. G. J. And J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row. MDCCLXXXV.