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" That a remarkable indifference to religion is indicated by this innovation is evident ; and the principles of the dominant class will doubtless spread (though they have not yet done so) among the inferior members of the community. The former have begun... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 230
by Sophia Lane Poole - 1844
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 2

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1836 - 419 pages
...hailed by the Christian as an omen of the brightest promise. The Turks have been led to imitate us in our luxuries : several of the more wealthy began...grand, and, almost, the sole object of the present Ba'sha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures ; but all in furtherance...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 2

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1836
...remarkable indifference to religion is indicated by this innovation is evident ; and the principles of tht dominant class will doubtless spread (though they...grand, and, almost, the sole object of the present Ba'sha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures ; but all in furtherance...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 65

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Henry Reeve, Harold Cox - 1837
...imitate u> in our luxuries; several of the more wealthy began by adopting the use of the knife and the fork ; the habit of openly drinking wine immediately...the grand, and almost the sole object of the present Rasha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures, but all in furtherance...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1837
...our luxuries : several of the more wealthy began by adopting the use of the knife and fork: the htbit of openly drinking wine immediately followed ; and...grand, and, almost, the sole object of the present Ba'sha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures ; but all in furtherance...
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians: written in ...

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1860 - 619 pages
...in our luxuries : several of the more wealthy began by adopting the use of the knife and fork ; and the habit of openly drinking wine immediately followed,...grand, and almost the sole, object of the present Basha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures; but all in furtherance...
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An Account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians

Edward William Lane - 1860 - 619 pages
...inferior members of the community. The former have begun to undermine the foundations of El-Isl&m : the latter as yet seem to look on with apathy, or...grand, and almost the sole, object of the present B&sha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures; but all in furtherance...
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians: written in ...

Edward William Lane - History - 1871
...in our luxuries : several of the more wealthy began by adopting the use of the knife and fork ; and the habit of openly drinking wine immediately followed,...grand, and almost the sole, object of the present Basha of Egypt. He has introduced many European sciences, arts, and manufactures ; but all in furtherance...
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A Short History of Freethought Ancient and Modern, Volume 1

John Mackinnon Robertson - Free thought - 1906
...dispassionate an observer as Lane expected that the common people would " soon assist in the work," and that "the overthrow of the whole fabric may reasonably be expected to ensue at a period not very remote."2 To evolve such a change there will be required a diffusion of culture which is not at all...
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