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The prince of India, or Why Constantinople fell

The prince of India, or Why Constantinople fell

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Published by W. Briggs, C.W. Coates, S.F. Huestis in Toronto, MontreaL, Halifax .
Written in English


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Other titlesWhy Constantinople fell
Statementby Lew. Wallace.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination6 microfiches (269 fr.).
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20999357M
ISBN 100665385943

The reference is to prove to thee or Why Constantinople fell book matter I am pleased to assert, knowing it will at least put thee upon inquiry—I knew thy father, thy grandfather, and his father, and others of thy family further back than it is wise for me to declare; and I loved them, for they were a virtuous and goodly race, studious to do the will of the Lord God of Israel, and acknowledging no other; therein manifesting the chiefest of human excellences. The steersman sat on a bench at the stern. The reader must remember there were masons in the old time who amused themselves applying their mathematics to such puzzles. The gurglet and mantle were passed to him, and soon he and his follower were feeling their way upward.

Japanese Vellum Expensive handmade paper often used in deluxe editions. There were highways across Europe blazoned with corpses Octavo, contemporary three-quarter tan calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, green and purple morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Having reached the certainty that everything was in its former state, he waved his hand, and with one long look backward at the model, ghostly beautiful in its shining white transparency, he led the way to the passage of entrance, leaving the king to his solitude and stately sleep, unmindful of the visitation and the despoilment.

This is to be accepted as the motive of the scheme the singular man was pursuing in the wastes of Arabia. Excerpt In the noon of a September day in the year of our dear Lord or Why Constantinople fell book, a merchant vessel nodded sleepily upon the gentle swells of warm water flowing in upon the Syrian coast. Descending from the portico, she led her household attendants into the garden. The purchase which Uel was requested to assist in making proved a light affair. Then, that the persecutors of my race might not have rest, I marched with Saladin to the re-conquest of the Holy City, and heard Philip and Richard answer his challenge.


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The red afterglow of the day hung in the western sky.

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The sun had been hot all day; the profiles of the low hills were dim with tremulous haze lying scorchingly upon them; the furred hulks of the camels in the enclosure looked as if they were smoking; the sky held nothing living except two kites which The prince of India the upper air slowly, their broad wings at widest extension; yet the chief persisted in wearing his arms and The prince of India, like the soldiers behind him.

The son of thy father cannot tell the world what he has of me here, or that there is a creature like unto me living, or that he has to do with me in the least; and as the father would gladly undertake my requests, even those I now reveal unto thee, not less willingly will his son undertake them.

As a witness it, too, was deaf and dumb; on its face nevertheless there was revelation and the truth. Fearing a possible naval attack along the shores of the Golden Horn, Emperor Constantine XI ordered that a defensive chain be placed at the mouth of the harbour.

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The Prince of India or Why Constantinople Fell (Volume 1)

Applying the rule here, by the pallet there was a walking-stick of unusual length, and severely hand-worn a little above the middle.

At length, everything in the catalogue of preparation having been attended to, it remained only to wait the day of general departure; and for that, as became his greatness, the Prince kept his own quarters, paying no attention to what went on around him.

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Cardinal Isidore, funded by the pope, arrived in with archers. Here he encountered some resistance; one of his Viziers, the veteran Halil Pashawho had always disapproved of Mehmed's plans to conquer the city, now admonished him to abandon the siege in the face of recent adversity.

The happiness of the many amongst whom she immediately stepped touched every spring of enjoyment in her being; her eyes were bright, her cheeks rosy, her spirit high; in a word, the beauty so peculiarly hers, and which no one could look on without consciousness of its influence, shone with singular enhancement This is to be accepted as the motive of the scheme the singular man was pursuing in the wastes of Arabia.

After diligent search through the city, Syama decided to take a two-story house situated in a street running along the foot of the hill to-day crowned by the mosque Sultan Selim, although it was then the site of an unpretentious Christian church.

If I succeed I will not be a vulgar monument builder like Alexander; neither will I divide a doubtful fame with Caesar. The faculty of enjoyment changes but never expires. Then, that the persecutors of my race might not have rest, I marched with Saladin to the re-conquest of the Holy City, and heard Philip and Richard answer his challenge.

Dawn of the sixth of September broke over the rolling plain known as the Valley of El Zaribah, disclosing four tents pitched on an eminence to the right of a road running thence south-west.

The Prince of India (Volume 2)

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Sometimes they knocked against each other. His body was wrapped in a loose woollen gown of brownish-black. They ceased speaking of him sneeringly as the miyan. As if Neptune never or Why Constantinople fell book angry there, and blowing his conch, and smiting with his trident, splashed the sky with the yeast of waves!

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