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Page 367 - Magog waste the land ; shall we therefore pay thee tribute, on condition that thou build a rampart between us and them? He answered, The power wherewith my LORD has strengthened me is better than your tribute: but assist me strenuously, and I will set a strong wall between you and them. Bring me iron in large pieces until it fill up the space between the two sides of these mountains.
Page 449 - THE SHAH NAMEH OF THE PERSIAN POET FIRDAUSI',* Translated and Abridged in Prose and Verse, with Notes and Illustrations, By JAMES ATKINSON, Esq., Of the Honourable East-India Company's Bengal Medical Service.
Page 367 - He answered, Whosoever of them shall commit injustice, we will surely punish him in this world ; afterwards shall he return unto his LORD, and he shall punish him with a severe punishment.
Page 367 - Answer, I will rehearse unto you an account of him. We made him powerful in the earth, and we gave him means to accomplish every thing he pleased.
Page 452 - Nestorion church, and notices of the most remarkable events In the East, from the birth of our Saviour to the beginning of the eleventh century.
Page 446 - THE TRAVELS OF IBN BATUTA,* Translated from the abridged Arabic Manuscript Copies preserved in the Public Library of Cambridge, with NOTES, illustrative of the History, Geography, Botany, Antiquities, &c.
Page 448 - PANDIT, from the concluding Section of the Mahabharat. Translated from the Persian version, made by Nekkeib Khan, in the time of the Emperor Akbar.
Page 448 - THE LIFE OF SHEIKH MOHAMMED ALI HAZIN, Written by Himself ; edited from two Persian Manuscripts, and noted with their various Readings, by FC BELFOUR, MA Oxon, &c.