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" Mediterranean ; and that the only things requisite to develope the wonderful capabilities thus presented are carriage roads, railways or tramways to the coast, and a reform of the Turkish currency, which tends to embarrass every transaction, especially... "
London to Lahore: Or, The Euphrates, Scinde and Punjaub Railways ... with ... - Page 42
1857 - 50 pages
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Memoir on the Euphrates valley route to India

William Patrick Andrew (sir.) - 1857
...of the Turkish currency, which tends to embarrass every transaction, especially those depending upon a system of contracts. When it is considered that...salutary results of the war, will appear to claim greater attention, commercially and politically, than any at present to be looked for in other quarters of...
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The Army of India Question

Neale Porter - India - 1860 - 23 pages
...that the proposed Euphrates Hallway will not only supply all the facilities demanded (for commerce), but is to shorten the journey to India by almost one-half,...salutary results of the war, will appear to claim greater attention, commercially and politically, than any at present to be looked for in other quarters of...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 3; Volume 85

Arthur William Alsager Pollock - Military art and science - 1857
...reform of Turkish currency, which tends to embarrass every transaction, especially those depending upon a system of contracts. When it is considered that the proposed Euphrates railway will not onlj supply all the facilities demanded, but is to shorten the journey to India by almost one-half,...
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