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NEW BOOKS.

NEW BOOKS.

leave in peace. Shocking accounts of the outrages practised by the ruffianly Kurds, near Bitlis, in the district south of Lake Van, have recently excited public indignation. The Russian province of Georgia, to the north of that region, between the Black
14 September 1889 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE PRESTON HERALD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889.

THE PRESTON HERALD. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889.

palace was deciphered assaying that certain laonumonihad been set near one of the sources the river Tigris, somewhat the west Lake Van, Tlglath-rili-z*r the First. The locality was precisely indicated. With no other guide hut this, the monument was searched
23 February 1889 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TBI raoraia ALTIBATIOII or BABBIT OAT.

TBI raoraia ALTIBATIOII or BABBIT OAT.

aarrataa the faUowiag ramsihalila story Three Maamlama trareliara wan lately jooraeylag I'aelaat. Oa at spat called Ablet, the Lake Van, af them apprtaohail the water aad his As wee his fast lake, uttered aareeaa. His lag had mfaad Jaw marina monster which
18 May 1889 - Westmorland Gazette - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
TO THE MANCHESTER COURIER AND LANCASHIRE GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 18S1I.

TO THE MANCHESTER COURIER AND LANCASHIRE GENERAL ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 18S1I.

narrates the following remarkable story Throe travellern wore lately journeying Poolank. On arriving spot called Ahlat. the Lake Van. one of them approached the water and began his ablutions. Ah he was dipping into the lake, ottered a aeream. His leg had
18 May 1889 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEW FREE LIBRARY AND MUSEUM.

THE NEW FREE LIBRARY AND MUSEUM.

saying that a oertain monument had been set up near ad one of the sources of the river Tigris, somewhat to the at went of Lake Van, by Tiglath-Pilezer the Firot. The ad locality was precisely indietted. With no other guide 3et but this, the monument was
23 February 1889 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 

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A BUILDIRO BLOWN DOWN.

A BUILDIRO BLOWN DOWN.

published Brtbs, in Asiatic Turkey. Three Mussulman travellers were lately Poulank. On arriving at a spot called Ahlat, on the Lake Van, one of them approached the water and began his ablutions. was dipping his feet into the lake, he uttered a scream. His leg
15 May 1889 - Northern Daily Telegraph - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
NEWS FROM BARON MUNCHAUSEN.

NEWS FROM BARON MUNCHAUSEN.

remarkable story: —Three Mussulman travellers were lately journeying to Poulank. On arriving at spot called Ahlat, on the Lake of Van, one of them approached the water and began his ablutions. As he was dipping his feet into the lake, he uttered a scream
13 May 1889 - St James's Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEWS FROM BARON MUNCHAUSEN.

NEWS FROM BARON MUNCHAUSEN.

remarkable story:— Three Mussulman travellers were lately journeying to I'oulank. arriving: at a spot called Ahlat, on tho Lake of Van, ono of them approached tho water and began his ablutions. As was dipping his foot into the lake tittered a scream. His
14 May 1889 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE OUTRAGES IN ARMENIA.

THE OUTRAGES IN ARMENIA.

it is well known that Moussa Bey and his band's headquarters are situate the Ante-Taurus range of hills, the west of the Lake of Van, between the towns of Moush and Bitlis and at thirteen days’ distanc« from the Persian frontier. The secret policy of the
24 May 1889 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
THE OUTRAGES IN ARMENIA.

THE OUTRAGES IN ARMENIA.

it wall known that Moutta Bey and his band’s headquarters are situate in the Ante-Taurus range hills, on the west of the Lake of Van, between towns of Mouth and BitUs and at thirteen day*’ distance from the Persian frontier. The secret policy of the statesmen
25 May 1889 - Lake's Falmouth Packet and Cornwall Advertiser - Falmouth, Cornwall, England