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" White and Blue Niles, with one regiment of Arnouts, and a battery of artillery. These troops are the curse of the country : as in the case of most Turkish and Egyptian officials, the receipt of pay is most irregular, and accordingly the soldiers are under... "
The races of mankind - Página 205
por Robert Brown - 1873
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen161

1885
...Sir Samuel Baker thus writes of the government, in 1862—64, of Musa Pasha, whom he describes as ' a rather exaggerated specimen of Turkish authorities...' — 'During his administration the Soudan became utterly ruined; governed by military force, the revenue was unequal to the expenditure, and fresh taxes...
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The Albert N'yanza, Great Basin of the Nile: And Explorations of ..., Volumen1

Samuel White Baker - 1867 - 372 páginas
...is most irregular, and accordingly the soldiers are under loose discipline. Foraging and plunder is the business of the Egyptian soldier, and the miserable...animal. During his administration the Soudan became utterly ruined ; governed by military force, the revenue was unequal to the expenditure, and fresh...
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The Albert N'yanza: Great Basin of the Nile, and Explorations of the Nile ...

Sir Samuel White Baker - 1867 - 395 páginas
...is most irregular, and accordingly the soldiers are under loose discipline. Foraging and plunder is the business of the Egyptian soldier, and the miserable...Turkish authorities in general, combining the worst of ( )riental failings with the brutality of a wild animal. During his administration the Soudan became...
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The Albert N'yanza: Great Basin of the Nile, and Explorations of ..., Volumen1

Sir Samuel White Baker - 1868
...is most irregular, and accordingly the soldiers are under loose discipline. Foraging and plunder is the business of the Egyptian soldier, and the miserable...animal. During his administration the Soudan became utterly ruined ; governed by military force, the revenue was unequal to the expenditure, and fresh...
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Henry M. Stanley, His Life, Travels and Explorations

Henry William Little - 1890 - 456 páginas
...condition of things in 1862-64 : — " During the administration of Musa Pasha, who is described as a rather exaggerated specimen of Turkish authorities...Oriental failings with the brutality of a wild animal, the Soudan became utterly ruined ; governed by military force, the revenue was unequal to the expenditure,...
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The Egyptian Sûdân: Its History and Monuments, Volumen2

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1907
...became Khedive of Egypt, and in the same year MUSA Pasha Hamdi was appointed Governor of the Sudan. "This man was a rather exaggerated "specimen of Turkish...of Oriental failings with the brutality of a wild animal.''3 He is also described as " an unprincipled and cruel tyrant, who ruled " only by military...
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The Egyptian Sûdân: Its History and Monuments, Volumen2

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1907
...most irregular, and accordingly the soldiers are under loose " discipline. Foraging and plunder is the business of the Egyptian " soldier, and the miserable natives must submit to insult and " ill treatment at the will of the brutes who pillage them." 1 Albert Nyanza, New Edition, London,...
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To the Heart of the Nile: Lady Florence Baker and the Exploration of Central ...

Pat Shipman - 2009 - 448 páginas
...was of course the governor-general, Moosa Pasha, who ruled with despotic power. A Turk, he combined "the worst of Oriental failings with the brutality of a wild animal," Sam wrote in his journal. Moosa Pasha lied and lined his own pockets with aplomb; he had no interest...
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A History of the Arbas in the Sudan and Some Account of the People who ...

...cccxx For el SalAwi see para, ccxxxvi. cccxxi Baker's description of Masa Pasha Hamdi is as follows : " This man was a rather exaggerated specimen of Turkish...oriental failings with the brutality of a wild animal " (Albert Nyanza, p. 8). He was originally a Circassian slave bought by a Turk in Cairo market. He...
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