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The narrative and descriptive portion of this
work speaks for itself.
In the historical part I
have consulted with advantage Von Engel's “History of Servia," Ranké’s “Servian Revolution,” Possart's “Servia,” and Ami Boué's “ Tur
quie d'Europe," but took the precaution of
submitting the facts selected to the censorship of those on the spot best able to test their accuracy. For this service, I owe a debt of acknowledgment to M. Hadschitch, the framer of the Servian code; M. Marinovitch, Secretary of
the Senate; and Professor John Shafarik, whose lectures on Slaavic history, literature, and anCONTENTS.