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He assumes the Government of Rome, - 334 With the Title and Office of Tribune -
336 Laws of the Good Estate - - ib./ Freedom and Prosperity of the Roman
Republic 339 The Tribune is respected in Italy, &c. - 342 And celebrated by
The chiefs of the law and of the army had pledged their salvation to support him
with their lives and fortunes; but in the hour of danger they were silent and afraid;
and, after waiting seven days on the hills of Samarkand, he retreated to the ...
In the mountains of Georgia, the native Christians still braved the law and the
sword of Mahomet; by three expeditions he obtained the merit of the gazie, or
holy war; and the Prince of Teflis became his proselyte and friend. II. A just
thou not know, that the greatest part of Asia is “subject to our arms and our laws?
that our in“vincible forces extend from one sea to the other ? “ that the potentates
of the earth form a line before “our gate? and that we have compelled Fortune ...
Among the suppliants and captives, Timour distinguished the doctors of the law,
whom he invited to the dangerous honour of a personal conference". The Mogul
prince was a zealous Mussulman; but his Persian schools had C 3 taught though
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