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Page 139 - emirs being seated, the emir Abdullah rose, and, standing upright, uttered the two declarations of testimony, saying, " I testify that there is no God but God ; and I testify that our Lord Mohammed is the prophet of God, blessing be upon him, and that the
Page 179 - handed Sir C. Wilson a letter, of which the following is a translation:— In the name of God, the merciful, the compassionate, praise be to the bountiful Lord, and blessings be upon our lord Mohammed and on his family. From the servant who stands in need of God, and on whom he places dependence,
Page 48 - The joys of Paradise are such as eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, nor hath it entered into the heart of man to conceive. A
Page iii - MAHDIISM AND THE EGYPTIAN SUDAN BEING AN ACCOUNT OF THE EISE AND PROGRESS OF MAHDIISM, AND OF SUBSEQUENT EVENTS IN THE SUDAN TO THE PRESENT TIME BY MAJOR FE
Page 310 - be upon him. If thou wilt do thus, and yield all the matter to us, then shalt thou achieve thy desire of perfect felicity and true repose, which is salvation before God in the blissful and enduring Dwelling, the like of which eye has not seen nor ear heard nor the heart of man conceived. But if thou wilt not turn from thy blindness and selfwill,
Page 556 - what I said respecting slaves. The question asked me was this : Did I insist on the liberation of slaves in 1889 as per Treaty of 1877 ? I answered that the Treaty would not be enforced in 1889 by me, which, considering the determination of Her Majesty's Government respecting
Page 462 - this expedition, their plots and counterplots, the life of conspiracy and smiling treachery they have led, we may well pause to consider what object principally animates them now—that from being ungovernably rebellious against all constituted authority they have suddenly become obedient and loyal soldiers of the Khedive and
Page 308 - his footsteps to that end, and now I summon thee to Islam. If thou wilt believe and testify that there is no god but God, and that Mohammed is the apostle of God, and
Page 461 - that Emin Pasha and he were sentenced to death by the rebel officers. We now learn that the rebel officers, ten in number, and all their faction, are desirous of proceeding to Egypt; we may suppose, therefore, that Selim Bey's party is in the ascendant again. Shukri
Page 536 - or corn, sufficient for the wants of the tribe. The Arab himself would consider it a disgrace to practise any manual labour. He is essentially a hunter, a robber, and a warrior, and after caring for his cattle, devotes all his energies to slave-hunting and war.
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