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13–55. Consult the excellent Indexes to the Institutions. C H A P. LXV. *—y- He
ascends the throne of Zagatai, A D. I 37 on April. His conquests, A. D. 137 o— 1.4
cc. - I. Of Persia, A. D. 13 Sc1393. C H A P. LXV. cou. Peace and justice had OF ...
C H A P. LXV. *—w- His war against Sultan Bajazet, A. D. 1 400, Sept. 1. return
was along the skirts of the northern hills; nor could this rapid campaign of one
year justify the strange foresight of his emirs, that their children in a warm climate
A family which had given honourable burial to the head of Hosain, and a colony
of artificers whom he sent to labour at SaC 4 - marcand, C H A P. LXV. ,\-y-,
DamasCus, A. D. 1 40 I. Jan. 23. c H. A. P. marcand, were alone reserved in the
C H A P. LXV. |-y- and this thundering artillery was pointed against the walls and
turrets which had been erected only to resist the less potent engines of antiquity.
By the Venetians, the use of gunpowder was communicated without reproach to ...
C H A P. LXVI. Applications of the Eastern Emperors to the Popes.- Visits to the
West, of John the First, Manuel, and John the Second, Palaologus.-Union of the
Greek and Latin Churches, promoted by the Council of Basil, and concluded at ...
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