- Author:W. Eton
- Publisher:Gregg Publishing; 2nd edition (December 1972)
- Pages:560 pages
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The state of the provinces The causes of the decline of Turkey The British commerce with Turkey . .T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, 1798 - 516 من الصفحات. لصفحة 339 - The conquered were never admitted by the Turks to,the rights of citizens or fellow subjects, unless they abjured their religion and their country. They became slaves ; and as, according to their law, the Turks have a right at all times to put to death their prisoners, the conquered and their posterity for ever are obliged annually to redeem their heads by paying the price set on them. تظهر في 13 من الكتب من 1795-2008.
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