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Elevation of Timour or Tamerlane to the Throne of Samarcand.—His Conquests
in Persia, Georgia, Tartary, Russia, India, Syria, and Anatolia-Hi Turkish War.—
Defeat and Captivity of Bajazet.—Death of Timour.— Civil War of the Sons of ...
Elevation of Timour, or Tamerlane, to the Throne of Samarcand.—His Conquests
in Persia, Georgia, Tartary, Russia, India, Syria, and Anatolia.— His Turkish War.
—Defeat and Captivity of Bajazet—Death of Timour.—Civil War of the Sons of ...
Yet his real merit would be enhanced, rather than debased, by the elevation of a
peasant to the throne of Asia; nor can his lameness be a theme of reproach,
unless he had the weakness to blush at a natural, or perhaps an honourable, ...
C H A P. LXV. *—y- He ascends the throne of Zagatai, A D. I 37 on April. His
conquests, A. D. 137 o— 1.4cc. - I. Of Persia, A. D. 13 Sc1393. C H A P. LXV. cou.
Peace and justice had OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. # He ascends the Throne of ...
Ibrahim, Prince of Shirwan or Albania, kissed the footstool of the Imperial throne.
His peace-offerings of silks, horses, and jewels, were composed, according to the
Tartar fashion, each article of nine pieces; but a critical spectator observed, that ...
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