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  2. LORD DUNDONALD'S PLANS

    Some idea of the nature of the pla[?] posed by this gallant old sailor for struction of Croustadt and Sebastoped formed from the following account ...

    Article : 902 words
  3. THE TURKISH SOLDIER.

    He is a gross, stolid, smoking, brutal, untaught fellow, in ill-made no-colored clothes. It is harsh language, this, and I am sorry to use it; but there are few classes of men, ...

    Article : 1,284 words
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  5. THE BASHI-BOUZOUK.

    He is a dark-brown, wild-looking fellow, in gold clothes—a modern captain of a free company. His arms are a wonder of expensive uselessness. The settings of his pistols are ...

    Article : 1,121 words
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