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" A\i did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance. His liveliness and ease gave us very favourable impressions of his natural capacity. In the evening of the next day we paid the Vizier another visit, in an apartment more elegantly furnished... "
A Journey Through Albania and Other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia ... - Σελίδα 103
των John Cam Hobhouse Baron Hobhouse - 1817
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The British review and London critical journal

1813
...Turk above the common run, if his host does not put any very foolish interrogatories to him, and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance....very favourable impressions of his natural capacity." Au account of the progress of AH to the attainment of his present power may be very succinctly given....

The Quarterly Review, Τόμος 10

George Walter Prothero - 1813
...above the common run, if he does not put any very foolish question to him, and Ali did not ask us any that betrayed his ignorance. His liveliness and ease...very favourable impressions of his natural capacity.' — p. 110. Our travellers paid him two other visits, in one of which a long duck-gun was brought into...

THE QUARTERLY REVIEW

JOHN MURRAY - 1813
...above the common run, if he does not put any very foolish question to him, and Ali did not ask us any that betrayed his ignorance. His liveliness and ease...gave us very favourable impressions of his natural capacity.'—p. 110. Our travellers paid him two other visits, in one of which a long duck-gun was...

The British Review, and London Critical Journal, Τόμος 5

1813
...put any very foolish interrogatories to him, and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed hia ignorance. His liveliness and, ease gave us very favourable impressions of his natural capacity." Au account of the progress of Ali to the attainment of hie present power may be very succinctly given....

The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1814
...foolish interrogatories to him, and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ig« norance. Hia liveliness and ease gave us very favourable impressions...(of about five thousand men) was then besieging. We were not acquainted with the contents of a letter, which was read aloud, until a long gun, looking...

The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1814
...Turk above the common run, if his host does not put any very foolish interrogatories to him, and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance....Whilst we were with him, a messenger came in from " Bvrat," the place which Ali's army (of about five thousand men) was then besieging. We were not acquainted...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Τόμος 84,Μέρος 1

1814
...Turk above the common run, if his host does not put any very foolish interrogatories to him ; and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance....paid the Vizier another visit, in an apartment more ekgantly furnished than the one with the fountain. During this interview, Ali congratulated us upon...

The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Τόμος 7

Washington Irving - 1816
...Turk above the common run, if his host docs not put any very foolish interrogatories to him, and Ali did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance. His liveliness and case gave us very favourable impressions of his natural capacity. ' In the evening of the next day...

The life of Ali pasha of Tepelini

Richard Alfred Davenport, 'Alî (called Ârslân, pâshâ of Iannina.) - 1837
...the common run, if his host does not put any very foolish interrogatories to him, and AH did not ask any questions that betrayed his ignorance. His liveliness...(of about five thousand men) was then besieging. We were not acquainted with the contents of a letter, which was read aloud, until a long gun, looking...

Travels in Albania and Other Provinces of Turkey in 1809 & 1810, Τόμος 1

John Cam Hobhouse Broughton - 1858 - 1072 σελίδες
...Turk above the common run if his host does not put any very foolish interrogatories to him,1 and A\i did not ask us any questions that betrayed his ignorance....(of about five thousand men) was then besieging. We were not acquainted with the contents of a letter which was read aloud, until a long gun, looking like...




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