2 edition of Sultan; or, A peep into the seraglio found in the catalog.
Sultan; or, A peep into the seraglio
1793 by Printed by John Jarvis for the editor; sold by J. Parsons, and W. Simmons in London .
Written in English
As we were preparing to start early on the morning of the 31st, we met a traveller pursuing his solitary way to Keune, who, after expressing his wonder at encountering a party of Feringhis in such a place, inquired our proposed route. He is the most envied man in the world, yet he can no find peace. The guardian, by David Garrick. The fools believed me, and all ran away. The Black Joke was a very popular and extremely vulgar and bawdy street song in England, and was a huge success in the New World as well.
I have before mentioned, I Sultan; or, that we had left some of our followers and a considerable portion of our baggage at Ghoree, intending to return to that fort after visiting the passes which I have alluded to; Sultan; or on our reaching Badjghar we found that the clouds which had been gathering for some time past in the political horizon had assumed so threatening an appearance that it would be madness to attempt to prosecute our examination of the nature of the country, when its wild and lawless population were in such an excited state. The state of our baggage-equipage next morning was so bad, that Sturt thought it advisable to give them another day's rest, and he went on himself to Badjghar; but in the course of the day I received an express from him, stating that circumstances had occurred which made it absolutely necessary for me to bring in the whole party without delay. A letter to his father Leopold indicates he was excited about the prospect of having his opera performed in Vienna and worked enthusiastically on his project. The defile, though short, was difficult of access and capable of being long defended; there is a small tower about the centre, slightly removed from and commanding the road: but a mere handfull of troops stationed on the crags above could, by hurling down the loosened masses of rock which totter on the edge of the cliff, for a time effectually stop the progress of a hostile army from either side.
It's a shame you can't reach it these days by caique, but the last of those elegant water taxis have been put on display at the Nautical Museum. Towards the end of our journey a spur from these hills struck right across the direction of the river, which had forced for itself a passage through the obstacle without deviating much from its rectilinear A peep into the seraglio book, but considerably disturbing its previously placid character, for here it rushed with impetuous violence through the narrow cleft which it had formed, through this, the most advanced outpost of the glorious range of the Hindoo Khoosh. Though we were not quite satisfied with the man's story, we stood the chance of its being true, and furnished him with funds for the prosecution of his journey, for which, on our return to Cabul, we were kindly thanked by Sir Alexander, who informed us that the note from the Vakeel conveyed the intelligence of the failure of his endeavours, and that he had himself been put in confinement. I dashed in before the enemy were alarmed, and immediately proclaimed that the place was taken by the victorious Merr Walli. He also wrote The Life of Ambrose Guinet
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His horsemen too would be an insufficient protection against an attack from the numerous hordes of thieves who infested the desert, and would surely be on the alert to pounce upon so valuable a booty. Young Azeem was unanimously chosen commander of the party, and the next morning at break of day, without further preparation beyond taking a small supply of food, they started on their journey.
The valley was full of orchards divided by low walls, and perhaps to a well-disciplined company of steady old soldiers with plenty of officers, a retreat, even in the face of several hundred Uzbegs, might have been effected without loss, by forming the whole body into two lines of skirmishers, and retiring alternately; but the serjeant knew too well the A peep into the seraglio book of his gallant little mountaineers, who are more famous for bravery than Sultan; or, to A peep into the seraglio book the safety of his party to the success of a manoeuvre, the chief point in which was to know when to retreat.
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Towards the end of our journey a spur from these hills struck right across the direction of the river, which had forced for itself a passage through the obstacle without deviating much from its rectilinear course, but considerably disturbing its previously placid character, for here it rushed with impetuous violence through the narrow cleft which it had formed, through this, the most advanced outpost of the glorious range of the Hindoo Khoosh.
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The book's three sections translate the mutual "infiltration" of discipline and regulation into more specifically theatrical terms Subjects: English farces -- 18th century.
The fools A peep into the seraglio book me, and all ran away. He weathered the storm, however, and by the 11th was sufficiently recovered to enable him to resume his duties.
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Involuntarily my thoughts recurred to Dante's beautiful description of the Comte Ugolino's children and their piteous end in the Torre della Fame--but here, a sickening sense of. The Sultan: Or, a Peep Into the Seraglio.
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