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Letters from a Persian in England to his friend at Ispahan

Lyttelton, George Lyttelton Baron

Letters from a Persian in England to his friend at Ispahan

by Lyttelton, George Lyttelton Baron

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Published by printed for Geo. and Alex. Ewing in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4012, no. 06.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination228p.
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17019431M

Letter 8 []. Usbek to his friend Rustan, at Ispahan. I got your letter at Erzeroum, where I am now. I was quite certain that my departure would cause some stir, but that gives me no trouble: which would you have me obey--the petty maxims that guide my enemies, or . The Works. Third and best octavo edition (with the index), first published in and gathering various political pieces, Lyttelton's "Letters from a Persian in England to his friend in Ispahan", his very popular Dialogues of the Dead, co-written with the bluestocking Elizabeth Montagu, a smattering of poems, and a collection of letters to his father Sir Thomas Lyttelton. An .

This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. An antique, late 18th century, Georgian period, leather bound book. Volume containing: (1) The Rambler by Dr. Samuel Johnson (English, ) and (2) Letters From a Persian in England to His Friend at Ispahan by Baron George Lyttelton. Publisher: Harrison and Co., London. pages. MAKER Author: Baron George Lyttelton (English, ) DATEPrice: $

Persian embassy to Louis XIV; Jewish Letters; Further reading. Though the manuscripts from which were set editions A and B have not survived, there is a notebook of corrections and addenda ("Cahiers de corrections" at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (n. a. fr. ): cf. Edgar Mass, "Les éditions des Lettres persanes," Revue française d’histoire du livre nos . Synonyms for Ispahan in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Ispahan. 2 synonyms for Isfahan: Aspadana, Esfahan. What are synonyms for Ispahan?


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by Lyttelton, George Lyttelton, Baron. Letter 6: Usbek (in Erzeroum) to his friend Nessir (Ispahan) Usbek describes his travel from Erivan, during which time he reached Erzeroum. Here, Usbek and Rica stopped and stayed three or four months.

Erzeroum is part of the “Osmanli” or Ottoman Empire, and is outside Persian territory and in Turkey. Usbek misses his wives.

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