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THE COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY

... occupy in Germany, hut on the situation of tho French Treasury, and its reaction on the exchange/* REPORTED DEPOSITION OF PERSIAN SHAH. MONARCH NOW IN PARIS. Paris. Wednesday. The ** Paris Telegram ’* tonight that Shah of Persia, who at present Paris, has ...

SWISS CAPITAL LEVY SCARE

... SWISS CAPITAL LEVY SCARE. PERSIAN SHAH WITHDRAWING DEPOSITS. Paris, Wednesday. The Shah Persia will leave Paris tomorrow evening.—Central News. Gcne#a, Wednesday. Tho Shah is expectnl Lausanne for the purpose of withdrawing his considerable deposits ...

No. 1,425 ACROSS 1 A yellow one is use for the nails (5). 4 The rascals—to bivouac amidships (6). 9

... It very marked how was differs from is (7). 16 A Jewish form of decoration? (6). 18 Type found in marine grottoes (5). Persian Shah at the end last century (5). SOLUTION to No. 1,424. —ACROSS; 1, Recapitulated; 8, Glazier; 9, Tones; 10. Night; 11. 12 ...

PERSIAN SHAH'S THRONE IN JEOPARDY. THE REPUBLICAN AGITATION. Jlcutcr’s Agency Icarus that nows from Persia ..

... PERSIAN SHAH'S THRONE IN JEOPARDY. THE REPUBLICAN AGITATION. Jlcutcr’s Agency Icarus that nows from Persia decidedly obscure, and that it is difficult predict what will result the present Republican agitation for the deposition the Shah. Yesterday the ...

YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1873

... for King (see Forbes’s “Persian Grammar’). Fiirst, in his “Chaldee Lexicon” writes Achas—Khßha, equivalent to Ksbja, new Persian Shah—that is, King. Artaxerxes (Chaldee, Artachsast v) —‘mighty ruler.’ Arta, a frequent prefix to the names of Eastern potentates ...

THE YORKSHIRE POST AND LEEDS INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1873

... painted, be-jewelled, are very attractive, all the more so that they are already antiquarian, even though Russian Czars and Persian Shahs keep up the old practice of presenting diamond snuff boxes to those whom they wish honour, if snuff taking were still general ...