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  1. ... the Oxus, and belongs, at present, to the Afghans. The two provinces on the north of that ... commercial emporium of Central Asia for the Hindoos, Afghans, Persians, Rus- sians, Chinese and Arabians. The trade ...
  2. ... Syrians and Armenians, Tartars and Turks, Persians and Afghans, Thibetans, Hindoos, Siam- ese, Malays, Annamites (in Cochin ... Greeks, Syrians, Parthians, Arabians, Mongols, Tartars, Seljooks, Turks, Afghans, &c. Ancient forms are preserved most rigidly, and ...
  3. ... Besides the Hindoos (q. v.), the inhabitants are Afghans (q. v.), dis- persed about the couutry under ... Nepalese is Buddhism (see Buddha); that of the Afghans, Belootches, Arabs, and some Hindoo natives, is Islamism. ...
  4. ... de med., Par., 1868, 2. s., v, 548-551. AFGHAN war. Afghan (The) campaign. Lancet, Lond., 1879, i, 390.��� Crawford ( ... GREAT BRITAIN. See, in this list, Abyssinian expedition; Afghan war; African expeditions and tears; Burmanwor; China and ...
  5. ... 1864-93. Opened May 26, 1863. 1.-20. hound in 2 v. The words "and Bute" added ... 19 pp. fol. [Skipton, Edmond- son<rCo.,1866.] Hound with: Craven combined san. dist. Annual report for ...
  6. ... Arabian Race.���European Colonists.���Hebrews.���Armenians.��� Assyrians. ��� Moguls.���Afghans.���Sikhs.���Parsees.���The Arab countries.��� Europe ......... 225 CHAPTER ...
  7. ... poison panthers; hu- man ordure the antidote, 244. Afghans,flatulence regarded as a deadly insult by, 161. ... consid- ered a deadly insult by Bedouins and Afghans, 161, 257 ; a contest for cham- pionship among ...
  8. ... 105-114.���Gray (J. A.) Practice athong the Afghans. St. Barth. Hosp. J.. Lond., 1893-4, i, ... P. II.) A year on the Belooch aud Afghan frontier. Dublin J. M. Sc. 1887, 3. s., lxxxiii, ...
  9. ... and entirely sunk under his son Hussein. The Afghans in Kandahar re- volted, in 1709, under Mirweis; ... the East, Ahmed Abdallah founded the empire of Afghan- istan, (q. v.) He was victorious at Panni- ...
  10. ... Egyptians, Georgians, Cir- cassians, Mingrelians, Armenians,|| Turks,�� Arabs, Afghans, Hindoos of high caste, Gipsies,ff Tartars,** Moors, ... in the same king- doms of Europe ; Mongols, Afghans, and Hindoos, in India, &c. &c. The distinction ...
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