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How contemptible would the brightest Circassian beauty, drest in all the jewels of the Indies, appear to my eyes
At these words he started up, and beheld--not his Sophia--no, nor a Circassian maid richly and elegantly attired for the grand Signior's seraglio.
has naturally strengthened the market and given Circassian stock a
Best brands Circassians, crop of 1850, L200; 1852, L250; 1854,
Sales of one lot Circassians, prime to good, 1852 to 1854, at L240
Hemp is a dusky, dark fellow, a sort of Indian; but Manilla is as a golden-haired Circassian to behold.
He doffed his Circassian cap to his master and looked at him scornfully.
She falls down on her knees and entreats him to restore her to the mountains where she was born, and where her Circassian lover is still deploring the absence of his Zuleikah.
From force of habit, though the small studio with the stove lit was very hot, he kept on his great-coat, with the collar turned up, and his bowler hat: he looked with satisfaction on the four large fiaschi of Chianti which stood in front of him in a row, two on each side of a bottle of whiskey; he said it reminded him of a slim fair Circassian guarded by four corpulent eunuchs.
Seduce the Circassian girls, shoot the enemies of the fatherland and.
The man came up near them with a flag of truce, and called to them; but though he spoke several of their languages, or dialects of languages rather, he could not understand a word they said; however, after some signs to him not to come near them at his peril, the fellow came back no wiser than he went; only that by their dress, he said, he believed them to be some Tartars of Kalmuck, or of the Circassian hordes, and that there must be more of them upon the great desert, though he never heard that any of them were seen so far north before.
How should you like a fair Circassian, with a dagger in her belt?