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" ... to four or five years, for it is at the same time doing an injustice, and inflicting a mortal blow on agriculture and industry, to take, without regard to the respective populations of each district, from one more, from other fewer men, than they... "
The Sultan of Turkey, Abdul Medjid Khan: A Brief Memoir of His Life and ... - Page 51
by Henry Christmas - 1854 - 148 pages
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The Modern History and Condition of Egypt: Its Climate, Diseases ..., Volume 1

William Holt Yates - Egypt - 1843
...exacted from him, and that special laws should also fix and limit the expenses of our army and navy. to four or five years ; for it is at the same time...these laws come into operation. " It is therefore, that in future, the cause of every individual shall be tried publicly, according to our Divine Laws,...
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The Modern History and Condition of Egypt: Its Climate, Diseases ..., Volume 1

William Holt Yates - Egypt - 1843
...afford to provide, and it is-al-o reducing the soldiers to despair, and contributing- to the depopulate of the country, to retain them all their lives in...expect these blessings as soon as these laws come iito operation. " It is therefore, that in future, the cause of every individual shall I* tried publicly,...
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The Beacon: A Journal of Politics and Literature. No. 1-12, Oct. 26, 1853 ...

1853 - 172 pages
...fewer men. than should be furnished ; whilst it would reduce the soldiers to despair, and contribute to the depopulation of the country to retain them all their lives in the service. To sum up, it is evident that without the different laws for which we have shown the necessity, there...
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The Turkish empire; its historical, statistical, and religious condition ...

Alfred de Bessť - Turkey - 1854 - 202 pages
...devotedness to their cause. These sentiments in him become the source of the most praiseworthy actions. " The assessment of regular and fixed taxes is a consideration...these laws come into operation. " It is therefore that in future the cause of every individual shall be tried publicly, according to our divine laws,...
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Turkey: its history and progress: from the journals and ..., Volume 2

Sir James Porter, Sir George Gerard de Hochepied Larpent - Turkey - 1854
...districts, more from one and less from another than they are able to furnish; at the same time, it is reducing the soldiers to despair, and contributing...to the depopulation of the country, to retain them during their whole life in the service. " In fine, without the various laws whose necessity has been...
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Turkey; its history and progress: from the journals and correspondence of ...

James Porter (sir.) - 1854
...districts, more from one and less from another than they are able to furnish ; at the same time, it is reducing the soldiers to despair, and contributing...to the depopulation of the country, to retain them during their whole life in the service. " In fine, without the various laws whose necessity has been...
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The Turkish Empire, Embracing the Religion, Manners and Customs of the ...

Alfred de Bessť, Edward Joy Morris - Turkey - 1855 - 216 pages
...etill remains in force, although it cannot fail to give rise to the most disastrous consequences—it is that of venal corruption, known under the name...these laws come into operation. " It is therefore that in future the cause of every individual shall be tried publicly, according to our divine laws,...
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History of the Ottoman Turks: From the Beginning of Their Empire ..., Volume 2

Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - Turkey - 1856
...districts, more from one and less from another than they are able to furnish ; at the same time, it is reducing the soldiers to despair, and contributing...to the depopulation of the country, to retain them during their whole life in the service. " In fine, without the various laws the necessity of which...
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Forty Years in the Turkish Empire: Or, Memoirs of Rev. William ..., Part 4

William Goodell - Missions - 1875 - 489 pages
...districts, more from one and less from another than they are able to furnish, at the same time it is reducing the soldiers to despair and contributing to the depopulation of the country to retain them during their whole life in the service. In fine, without the various laws, the necessity of which has...
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Forty years in the turkish empire

E.D.G. Prime - 1876
...districts, more from one and less from another than they are able to furnish, at the same time it is reducing the soldiers to despair and contributing to the depopulation of the country to retain them during their whole life in the service. In fine, without the various laws, the necessity of which has...
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