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Page 120 - Then, at the end of the eighteenth century and in the beginning of the nineteenth, we find women again writing - this time in England - with extraordinary frequency and success.
Page 148 - If the population of any other places beside those enumerated above, and professing the Orthodox faith, should wish unanimously, or if at least two-thirds of them should wish to be subject to the Bulgarian Exarchate, and if subsequent investigation should prove this to be so, their desire ought to be gratified...