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Nineveh and Its Remains: With an Account of a Visit to the Chaldæan ... - Page 20
by Sir Austen Henry Layard - 1849 - 894 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 84

George Walter Prothero - 1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...of oaths and protestations, cut their throats, to show how much his word could be depended upon.'—pp. 19, 20. Mr. Layard was too prudent to demand...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 21

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...of oaths and protestations, cut their throats, to show how much his word could be depended upon. — Pp. 19, 80. Mr. Layard was too prudent to demand...
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The Parochial missionary magazine, ed. by G. Trevor

George Trevor - 1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the u-ear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...display of oaths and protestations, cut their throats to shew how much his word could be depended upon. At the time of my arrival the population was in a state...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...of oaths and protestations, cut their throats, to shew how much his word could be depended upon."—Vol. I. pp. 19, 20. It is satisfactory to find that...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 17

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to receive from the inhabitants. Un entering Mosul, he had induced several of the principal aylias who had fled from the town on his...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 20

1849
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to receive from the inhabitants. Un entering Mosul, he had induced several of the principal aghas who had fled from the town on his...
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A popular account of discoveries at Nineveh, abridged [from Nineveh and its ...

Austen Henry Layard (sir.) - 1851
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...Aghas, who had fled from the town on his approach, to • CHAP. II. MOHAMMED PASHA. 13 return to their homes ; and having made a formal display of oaths...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 8

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1856
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to receive from the inhabitants." The great object of this man was to procure money from the Giaovr by all possible means. Various objections...
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Great Adventures in Archaeology

Robert Silverberg - Social Science - 1964 - 402 pages
...money, levied upon all villages in which a man of such rank is entertained, for the wear and tear of his teeth in masticating the food he condescends to...display of oaths and protestations, cut their throats to show how much his word could be depended upon. At the time of my arrival, the population was in a state...
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