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" Turkish women, is not only impenetrable, but must not be regarded on the outside with any degree of attention. To approach them, when abroad, will give offence ; and in the town, if they cannot be avoided, it is the custom to turn to the wall and stand... "
Travels in Asia Minor and Greece: Or, an Account of a Tour Made at the ... - Σελίδα 137
των Richard Chandler - 1817
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London Review of English and Foreign Literature

William Kenrick - 1776
...or apartment of the Turkifh women, is not only impenetrable, but muft not be regarded on the outfide with any degree of attention. To approach them, when abroad, will give offence ; and in the town, if tJiey cannot be avoided, it is the cultom to turn to the wall and fland dill, without looking toward...

Annual Register, Τόμος 19

Edmund Burke - 1779
...or apartment of the Turkiih women, is not only impenetrable, but mull not be regarded on the outude with any degree of attention. To approach them, when...in the town, if they cannot be avoided, it is the с utom to turn to the wall and flaid nil!, without looking toward them, while they pafs. This mode...

Annual Register, Τόμος 19

1788
...or apartment of the Turkifli women, is not only impenetrable, but mult not be regarded on theoutfide with any degree of attention. To approach them, when...in the town, if they cannot be avoided, it is the cuftom to turn to the wall and dill, without looking toward them while they pafs. This mode of carriage...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Τόμος 19

1788
...or apartment of the Turkifh women, is Dot only impenetrable, but mull not be regarded on the outfide with any degree of attention. To approach them, when...in the town, if they cannot be avoided, it is the culiom to turn to the wall and Hand Hill, without looking toward them while they paf». This mode of...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1788
...or apartment of the Turkiih women, is not only impenetrable, but mult not be regarded on the outfide with any degree of attention. To approach them, when"...in the town, if they cannot be avoided, it is the culiom to turn to the wall and uand dill, without looking toward them while they pafs. This mode of...

Travels in Asia Minor: Or An Account of a Tour Made at the Expense of the ...

Richard Chandler - 1817
...he will be continually out-witted. They are conscious of their subjection to the Turk, and as tupple as depressed, from the memory of the blows on the...one day only in the week, when they visit their reT iations, and are seen going in companies to the baths, or sitting in the burying-grounds on the graves...

The Universal Magazine, Τόμοι 58-59

1776
...Turkilh women, is not only impenetrable, but mult not be regarded on the outfide with any degree ot attention To approach them, when abroad, will give offence ; and in the town, il they cannot be avoided, it is the cullom to turn to the wall and (land Hill, without looking toward...




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