A History of the Abyssinian Expedition

So , in pursuance of his instructions , and undeterred by the dangers of the
journey , he penetrated into Abyssinia , and presented himself at the court of the
King or Negûs , which was then in the southern province of Shoa , in the year
1490.

Author: Sir Clements Robert Markham

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Category: Abyssinia

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Ishmael the Abyssinian Boy

With a Notice of Abyssinia and the Gallas Daniel Parish Kidder. ܢܺܟ݂ be 4 his
wishes had but this one object , that he might purchase him . During the
transaction , he was ordered to remain in the yard ; and 0 , with what anxiety did
he wait ...

Author: Daniel Parish Kidder

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Category: Oromo (African people)

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The Abyssinian Boy

Praise for The Abyssinian Boy " Unique style . . . very interesting imagery " - Clare
Dudman , author of Edge of Danger and Wegener ' s Jigsaw " A young writer with
immense imagination and vision . . . an authentic narrative that will grip the ...

Author: Onyeka Nwelue

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A novel.

The Abyssinian Railway

Author: Thomas Joseph Willans

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Category: Abyssinian expedition, 1867-1868

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Great Britain and the Abyssinian Crisis 1935 1936

Author: Louis John Smith

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Index to the Times

Ellenborough , Earl of , on the Abyssinian Question , 6 d 46 Fawcett , Mr. , Indian
Share in the War , 29 n 5 a on the Manchester Fenians , 22 n 6c Ferguson , Mr. ,
on Met . Street Act , 7d 6 f Fergusson , Sir J. , on Met . Police Act , 29 n 6 a Forster
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Hart s Annual Army List Militia List and Imperial Yeomanry List

Served in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1857-59 in the Southern Mahratta
Country ( Medal ) . Served in the Abyssinian war in 1867-68 , and was present at
the storming of Magdala ( Medal ) . 13 Mr. E. H. R. Langley served in the China
war in ...

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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

All suggestions that I or the Abyssinian Government are trying to arrange
something against existing Treaties with Great Britain are absurd . Although I saw
the President and the Secretary of State in Washington the question of an
Abyssinian ...

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The new army list by H G Hart afterw Hart s army list Quarterly

J . S . Quayle served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the Abyssinian
campaign from the 29th Dec . 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and
capture of Magdala ( Veda ! ) . . Captain E . A . FitzRoy served throughout the ...

Author: Henry George Hart

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The London Quarterly Review

The Captive Missionary ; Being an Account of the Country and People of
Abyssinia . Embracing a Narrative of King Theodore ' s Life , and his Treatment of
Political and Religious Missions . By the Rev . Henry Stern , Author of “
Wanderings ...

Author: William Lonsdale Watkinson

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The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia and the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs

PREFACE . ix affluents of the White Nile , until the rainy season shall again have
flooded the two great Abyssinian arteries . That flood occurs suddenly about the
20th of June , and the grand rush of water pouring down the Blue Nile and the ...

Author: Sir Samuel White Baker

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Category: Ethiopia

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Coleridge and the Abyssinian Maid

—=3 APPENDIX II & The Abyssinian Maid As a generic symbol of woman the
inspirer, the Abyssinian maid was a composite, doubtless, of many women in
Coleridge's life. She represented the qualities he admired in Dorothy Wordsworth
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Author: Geoffrey Yarlott

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Category: Literary Criticism

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First published in 1967, this book seeks to show the causes which led to Coleridge’s breakdown in 1802 and to indicate how his views on poetry changed as a result of it. The approach is selective in that it only focuses on one part of Coleridge’s life (roughly 1793-1810); however the author attempts to relate a number of different areas of his activity and to trace his emotional and moral development more closely than might be possible in a full-scale biography. The account of Coleridge’s life ends in 1810, when his relationship with the two key figures in his life Asra and Wordsworth had ruptured, as this reflected which of Coleridge’s Notebooks were available at the time.

The New annual army list by H G Hart afterw Hart s annual army list

J . S . Quayle served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the Abyssinian
campaign from the 29th Dec . 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and
capture of Magdala ( Medal ) . * * Captain E . A . FitzRoy served throughout the ...

Author: Henry George Hart

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Reports from Committees

Cash advances by way of the charges for the Abyssinian Expedition , which 17
June 1870 . imprests were issued to certain officers , and , on we find on pages
156 and 157 ? _Yes . the allowance of their accounts , nett sums were 1684.

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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And Still Plays the Abyssinian Damsel on her Dulcimer

And the only consolation for me was the invigorating music of the dulcimer or
qarar, or masinqo, played by the Abyssinian damsel. Chapter Two The Reign of
the Serpent Kings Battered by 23 And Still Plays the Abyssinian Damsel on Her ...

Author: Alexander Raju

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ISBN: 1631356151

Category: Fiction

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And Still Plays the Abyssinian Damsel on Her Dulcimer is a novel based on Ethiopian history and legends. The story has thirteen chapters representing the thirteen months in the Ethiopian calendar. The narrator, a professor at an Ethiopian University, flies from Mumbai to Addis Ababa, and then to his destination. He is haunted by the Abyssinian damsel whom the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge saw in a dream and described in his poem “Kubla Khan.” The Abyssinian damsel tells the story of Ethiopia from prehistoric to modern times, revealing herself as one who visited King Solomon together with the Queen of Sheba. The Rift Valley of Ethiopia, where three-million-year-old human fossils have been discovered, is considered the birthplace of Homo sapiens. A myriad of legends like the Serpent Kings and Queen Gudit intertwine with Ethiopia’s history. Reviewing the novel, Barbara Biehler wrote, “A fine writing style and tells a great story.”

The New Annual Army List Militia List and Yeomanry Cavalry List

Also served with the roth Bombay N.I. throughout the Abyssinian campaign , and
was present at the capture of Magdala ( Medal ) . 221 Captain F. J. Wise served
in the Deccan against the rebel Bhoels in 1857 ; present at the engagement !

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The London Quarterly and Holborn Review

The Captive Missionary ; Being an Account of the Country and People of
Abyssinia . Embracing a Narrative of King Theodore's Life , and his Treatment of
Political and Religious Missions . By the Rev. Henry Stern , Author of “
Wanderings ...

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The Parliamentary Debates Authorized Edition

He (Mr. Buchanan) desired to read an extract from that letter, because he
believed the words of Sir John Lawrence, with regard to the Abyssinian
Expedition, were applicable to the present Expedition to Suakin. Sir John
Lawrence, on the 2nd ...

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Abyssinia Its Past Present and Probable Future a Lecture with Notes and Appendices by the Rev M Margoliouth

It may be argued that the British Government ought to have insisted on the
validity of the treaty on the one hand , and to have protected the Emperor of
Abyssinia from the Turks on the other . 17. “ But considering the short tenure of
power in the ...

Author: Moses Margoliouth

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Commerce Reports

Most of the laborers along the construction line are paid off in these bank notes ,
and money changers traveling on the railroad do a thriving business at every
station in taking up these notes in exchange for the Abyssinian silver currency ...

Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce

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