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LONDON LETTER

... report a plot in Kabul really explains the sudden denouncement. There is not the sudden denouncement. There not the the Persian Shah are under a pact that distinctly hostile to Afghanistan and Britain. King Amanuliah does abandon his proposed Moscow visit ...

Published: Saturday 17 March 1928
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1491 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

PRINCESS OR IMPOSTOR?

... Princess with a qestionable past and a no less questionable present,. Some declared that she was a near, relative of the Persian Shah, sent into e&le for her indiscretions; while others said with equal confidence that she was of the royal house of Russia ...

Published: Saturday 24 May 1919
Newspaper: Sheffield Weekly Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3452 | Page: 21, 22 | Tags: none

The ReptMique Francaise (Paris) writing on the Irish agitation, expresses surprise that the Irish, after being ..

... bare of everything, and the part nearest the bare bone was partly decomposed. Has any angler seen a similar thing? The Persian Shah is said to be writing a play —and nobody will dare to condemn him. For His Majesty once painted a picture which camel the ...

Published: Saturday 25 September 1880
Newspaper: Sheffield Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1007 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

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 ...

The Films

... Bagdad” commences a two-weeks’ run. It is a fairy tale of drama, romance, and adventure, depicting all the glory of ancient Persian Shahs. There is a huge cast, and the production, which entailed 14 months of work, cost £300,000. The magic carpet, the cavern ...

Published: Friday 27 March 1925
Newspaper: Sheffield Daily Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 360 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

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... Baku supplied the whole country far as Bagdad, and the trade became valuable that Armenian Emperors fought for it with Persian Shahs. Peter the Great first determined that Russia should have the benefit of the great oil deposits. He took measures for the ...

Published: Saturday 08 June 1901
Newspaper: Sheffield Weekly Telegraph
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 726 | Page: 25, 26 | Tags: none

Also sA Itunduto Dituro Rooms, 48, Boa LANE,

... 33, coins of the Sheriffs of Morocco ; 34, Pagratides ; 35, coins of the Caucasian Khanates; 36, Baberides; 37, of the Persian Shahs; 38, Afghans; 39, Krim-Gireis; 40, Genoese-Crimean ; 41, Anglo-Oriental ; 42, Tibetan ; 43, Armenian ; 44, of undecided ...

Published: Saturday 17 May 1879
Newspaper: Shipley Times and Express
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3339 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

RUSSIAN I

... of India in Afghanistan 1110 key the Indian Ocean must l>o in our case not the laud the, Afghan Emirs but that of the Persian Shahs.! The possibility this junction should not quentiy distract the attention of the Russian Government from what is so highly ...

Published: Wednesday 15 January 1902
Newspaper: Sheffield Independent
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 244 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

BACK TO THE VEIL

... have accepted readily enough. In 1928 he felt able to undertake his world tour—a policy which cost the Kajar dynasty of Persian Shahs their throne, such was the expense and unsettlement. There is no doubt that he returned more impressed than ever by the ...

Published: Tuesday 15 January 1929
Newspaper: Hull Daily Mail
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 854 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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 ...