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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 ...
Peace and justice had been banished from the land above forty years; and the
Mogul invader might seem to listen to the cries of an oppressed people. Their
petty tyrants might have opposed him with confederate arms; they separately
... &c. that I have turned over, without success, the Bibliotheca Orientalis of
Assemanus, a faithful slave of the Vatican. - - Their return to Constantinople, A. D.
14.404 Feb. 1. C H A P. LXVI. *-y- Final peace of the OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE.
*-y- Final peace of the church. A. D. 1449. State of the Greek language at
Constantinople, A. D. 13001453. clamour was artfully propagated against the
remnant of a schism in Switzerland and Savoy, which alone impeded the
harmony of the ...
*-y- The proof, and the most salutary consequence of victory, was a deputation
from the divan to solicit peace, to restore Servia, to ransom the prisoners, and to
evacuate the Hungarian frontier. By this treaty, the rational objects of the war
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