The Persian Shah is said to be writing a play—and nobody will dare to condemn him. For hia Majesty once

... The Persian Shah is said to be writing a play—and nobody will dare to condemn him. For hia Majesty once painted a picture in which camel in the background was higher than a tree in the foreground, and an unlucky critic, who hinted that the work lacked ...

Published: Monday 27 September 1880
Newspaper: Derby Daily Telegraph
County: Derbyshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 511 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE PERSIAN SHAH

... THE PERSIAN SHAH. The Shah of Persia received an address at the Guildhall to-day, and was afterwards enijertained to luncheon. ...

Published: Wednesday 05 November 1919
Newspaper: Cornishman
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 20 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

Persia.—Serious frontier differences which have long existed between the Turkish Sultan and the Persian Shah ..

... Persia.—Serious frontier differences which have long existed between the Turkish Sultan and the Persian Shah have at length been amicably settled, the mediation of England and Russia. Semaine mentions the discovery of two curious documents; the one a ...

Published: Tuesday 29 June 1847
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 135 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

TO-DAY’S MISCELLANY: Ancient Shorthand. About Furs. Cripple’s Adventure. The Romance of Whitsuntide. \\Millions ..

... ransacked COLOUR Takdis—standing on feet of rubies. It Fortnightly Review, says the first ini- a)atr',r,i T'HC' RC'CT* CAor DO Persian Shah who showed Venetian Am- actual mention of it which he has to provide beauty for elegant shoulders. THE BEST SABLES. t.j ...

Published: Friday 06 June 1930
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1677 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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... disposition, were so many proofs that, however far he might have fallen short of the enthusiasm of our Western habits, the Persian Shah was • pleased obeervor of what passed before him. Ile stated as much, indeed, to those about him on more than one occasion ...

Published: Tuesday 08 July 1873
Newspaper: Bristol Daily Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 3245 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

LECTURE BY SIR ARTHUR HAYTER ON AFGHANISTAN

... which was due then, as it was due now, to our overweening fears of Russian attack. The Russians in 1838, stirred up the Persian Shah to besiege Herat, in the defence of which an English officer, Lieut. Broadfoot, took distinguished part. Russian officers ...

McVean is first major winner

... McVean is first major winner Sy ANN MARTIN Jeff McVean, the 24-yearold Australian, riding Persian Shah, won the first major class, the Himalayan Championship, at the threeday Everest Double Glazing show at Northwood, Middlesex, yesterday. Sixteen horses ...

Published: Wednesday 26 September 1979
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Post
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 427 | Page: 18 | Tags: none

McVean is first major winner

... McVean is first major winner By ANN MARITIN Jeff McVean, the 24-yearold Australian, riding Persian Shah, won the first major class, the Himalayan Championship, at the threeday Everest Double Glazing show at Northwood, Middlesex, yesterday. Sixteen horses ...

Published: Wednesday 26 September 1979
Newspaper: Birmingham Daily Post
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 437 | Page: 21 | Tags: none

HERAT

... Baruksais. Herat was then independent both of Persia and of the rulers of Cabal,but it was coveted by Mahomed Mina, the Persian Shah. Shah Mahomed required Shah Kamran to acknowledge his suzerainty, and surrender the title of Shah, and on his refusal marched ...

Published: Friday 26 September 1879
Newspaper: Bicester Advertiser
County: Oxfordshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 999 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE SHLH IN LONDON

... the Sun, whose splendour is that of the Firmament ; Monarch of Armies numerous as the Stare —these are the titles of a Persian Shah. Mum/IT-id-Din, inane his accession, has shown that be has better qualities than were previously credited to him. His keen ...

Published: Saturday 23 August 1902
Newspaper: Alcester Chronicle
County: Warwickshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 940 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

HERAT

... the Baruksab. Herat was then independent both of Persia and of the rulers of Cabal, but was coveted by Mahomed Mina, the Persian Shah. Shah Mahomed required Shah Kamran acknowledge suzerainty, and surrender the title of Shah, and on refusal marched army ...

Published: Monday 22 September 1879
Newspaper: Eastern Daily Press
County: Norfolk, England
Type: Article | Words: 885 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE DESPERATE RISING AT HERAT

... Baruksais. Herat was then independent both of Persia and of the rulers of C ibul, buc it was coveted by Mahomed Mirza, the Persian Shah. Shah Mahomed required Shah Kamran to acknowledge bis suzerainty and surrender the title of Shah, and on his refusal marched ...