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Seite 320 - Turcomans. (4. ) The western Afghan frontier between the dependencies of Herat and those of the Persian province of Khorassan is well known and need not here be defined.
Seite 320 - Turkestan, comprising the districts of Kunduz, Khulm, and Balkh, the northern boundary of which would be the line of the Oxus from the junction of the Kokcha River to the post of the Khoja Saleh, inclusive, on the high road from Bokhara to Balkh.
Seite 63 - Asia the lawful influence to which Russia has a right, and which alone can insure the maintenance of peace. This is the purpose of the present expedition, and as soon as it shall be attained, and an order of things conformable to the interests of Russia and the neighbouring Asiatic states shall be established on...
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Seite 410 - Except as above otherwise provided, civil and criminal cases in which one party is a British subject and the other the subject of a Foreign Power, shall, if either of the parties is a Mahommedan, be tried in the Courts of His Highness.
Seite 9 - Sketches, p. 30. ing parties to act in co-operation, for their expulsion and extirpation, and to destroy and put an end to the foundation of their treason ; and if any of the great men of the French nation express a wish or desire to obtain a place of residence, or dwelling, in any of the islands or shores of the kingdom of Persia, that they may raise the standard of abode, or settlement, leave for their residing in such a place shall not be granted.
Seite 79 - Persia, if ever it should take place, would require to he met, would depend, not less upon the European combinations, to which in the meanwhile the election of Louis Napoleon to the Presidency of the French Republic, or other causes, might have led, than upon the state at the time of the finances of India, and upon the degree of fixity and security which might have been obtained for our NorthWestern Frontier.
Seite 331 - NOT ONLY WAS IT FAR FROM THE INTENTION OF THE EMPEROR TO TAKE POSSESSION OF KHIVA, BUT POSITIVE ORDERS HAD BEEN PREPARED TO PREVENT IT, and directions given that the conditions imposed should be such as could not in any way lead to a PROLONGED OCCUPANCY OF KHIVA.