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" ... inexpugnable castle to be erected at the opening of it, through which the entry was by a secret passage. At his court, likewise, this chief entertained a number of youths, from the age of twelve to twenty years, selected from the inhabitants of the... "
The Kilmarnock mirror, and literary gleaner - Page 72
1820
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volume 1

1821
...admitting to paradise such as he should duisc to favour. In order that none without his license might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused 'a...to be erected at the opening of it ; through which tbe entry was by a secret passage. At his court, likewise, this chief entertained a number of youths,...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 7

Asia - 1819
...admitting to paradise such as he should chuse or favoured. In that none without his licence might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a...be erected at the opening of it; through which the en'ry was by a secret passage. At his court, likewise, this chief entertained a number of youths, from...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 9

English literature - 1819
...without his licence might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and inexpugrable castle to be erected at the opening of it ; through...'by a secret passage. At his court, likewise, this chiof entertained a number of youths, from the age of twelve to twenty years, selected from the inhabitants...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 7

Asia - 1819
...admitting to paradise such as lie should chuse or favoured. In that none without his licence might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and inexpugnable castlt to be erected at the opening of it ; through which the entry was by a secret passage. At his...
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The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, Volume 5

1821
...admitting to Paradise such as he should choose to favour. In order that none without his license might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a...the opening of it ; through which the entry was by a secršt passage. At his court, likewise, this chief entertained a number of youths, from the age of...
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Il Conte di Carmagnola: tragedia di Alessandro Manzoni, Milano, 1820 ...

1821 - 31 pages
...to favour. In order that none without his license might find their way into this delicious valle}', he caused a strong and inexpugnable castle to be erected...at the opening of it ; through which the entry was hy a secret passage. At his court, likewise, this chief entertained i number of youths, from the age...
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Emir Malek, prince of the assassins, an historical novel [signed J.B.].

John Henry Barrow - 1827
...such as he (the Scheik) should choose to favour. In order that none, without his licence, might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a...chief entertained a number of youths from the age of ten to twenty years, selected from the inhabitants of the surrounding mountains, who showed a disposition...
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An EncyclopŠdia Of Gardening: Comprising The Theory And Practice Of ...

John Claudius Loudon - Arboriculture - 1835 - 1270 pages
...without his licence might find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and impregnable castle to be erected at the opening of it; through...the inhabitants of the surrounding mountains, who showed a disposition for martial exercises, end appeared to possess the quality of daring courage....
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Secret Societies of the Middle Ages

Thomas Keightley, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Assassins (Ismailites) - 1837 - 408 pages
...to paradise such as he should choose to favour. In order that none without his licence should find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and inexpugnable * Marsdeu's Translation. castle to be erected at the opening of it, through which the entry was by...
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Secret Societies of the Middle Ages

Thomas Keightley, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Assassins (Ismailites) - 1837 - 408 pages
...to paradise such as he should choose to favour. In order that none without his licence should find their way into this delicious valley, he caused a strong and inexpugnable * Marsden's Translation. castle to be erected at the opening of it, through which the entry was by...
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