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Across Coveted Lands by Arnold Henry Savage Landor

232 caravanserai at Kala i fath


Tabriz, i. 186 Tadji, i. 213 Takatu Mts., ii. 434, 440 Tamarisk (kirri), ii. 262, 312, 353, 359, 361, 438 Teeth of Persians, i. 209 Teheran, i. 79, 87, 184 amusements in, i. 85 etiquette in, i. 85 European quarters in, i. 88 foreigners in, i. 86 "Place du Canon," the, i. 88 social sets, i. 85 "Top Meidan," in, i. 90 Tejerish, i. 99 Tek-chand, ii. 151 Telegraph needed, ii. 169 Telegraphs, i. 98, 139 Temporary consulate, ii. 174 Territorial rights, i. 168 Thefts, ii. 166 Theological college, i. 254, 264 Thirst, ii. 54 Time, i. 125, 142 Tobacco, i. 37 Tobacco Corporation, the, i. 148 Tokrajie Mts., ii. 31 Toman, i. 58, 134 Tower, ii. 45 of silence, i. 378 Trade caravanserais, i. 442; ii. 97 increase in, i. 36 Tramways, i. 91 Transcaspia, i. 128 Treasuring of capital, i. 121 Treaties, sanads and engagements with the Khan of Khelat and other Beluch chiefs, ii. 381-394 Trench, Major G. Chevenix, ii. 144, 169, 172 Tretoh, ii. 353 Tribal feuds, ii. 396 Twilight, i. 251; ii. 80, 275 Types of natives, i. 354, 367; ii. 16, 63, 257

Umar-al-din Khan, a British trader, ii. 97-99

Vanity, i. 122 Vegetation, i. 59, 62 Veziroff Gazumbek, Russian agent, Birjand, ii. 107 Volcanic formation, i. 71; ii. 128 region, ii. 13 Votka, i. 19

Walton, M.P., Mr. Joseph, i. 161 Warmal, ii. 255 Warsaw, i. 5 Water, i. 62, 258, 278, 355, 374, 382; ii. 48, 51, 59, 75, 77, 120, 126, 277, 326, 334, 336, 353, 357, 362, 366, 369 Water-melons, i. 260 Water-skins, ii. 72 Weapons, i. 236, 319 Weaving-loom, i. 366 Webb-Ware, C.I.E., Captain F. C., Political Assistant at Chagai, ii. 147, 170, 357, 367 Well for unfaithful women, i. 202 Wheat from Arabistan, i. 342 Whirlwinds, i. 361 White, Captain, ii. 169 White, Dr. Henry, i. 392 Wife, price of a Beluch, ii. 404 Wind, ii. 75, 81, 408 Wind of 120 days, the, ii. 150 Windmills, ii. 136, 149 Witte, Mr. de, i. 144 Wolves, ii. 15, 34, 71 Woman's society, i. 84 Women, i. 428, 429; ii. 66, 137 anatomically, i. 205 seclusion of, i. 193 Work of Mission among Jews, i. 288

Yadgar, ii. 408 Yate, C.S.I., C.M.G., Colonel C. E., Agent to Governor-General of Beluchistan, ii. 441 Yezd, i. 381 citadel, i. 385 European community, i. 391 Government of, i. 385 Governor of, i. 385 health of, i. 390 hospital, i. 390 population of, i. 383 trade, i. 383

Zagar Mengal tribe, ii. 395 Zaidan, ii. 260 history of, ii. 219-232 architecture, ii. 226 Bellew, ii. 222, 225, 230 Canals, ii. 227 Canals dry, ii. 232 caravanserai at Kala-i-fath, ii. 231 Deshtak, ii. 222 devastation of, ii. 220, 221 Goldsmid, Sir F., ii. 223, 230 Jalalabad, ii. 222 Kayani Kings, ii. 231 Kayani Maliks, ii. 221 Nad-i-Ali, ii. 222 Nadir Shah, ii. 231 Peshawaran, ii. 222, 223, 225 Pulki, ii. 222 Rud-i-Perian, ii. 228 Safavi Dynasty, ii. 221 Shah Rukh Shah, ii. 220 Taimur Lang, ii. 221 the great city, ii. 187, 194-232 Arabic inscriptions, ii. 215-217, 223 Chir-pir or tomb of 40 saints, ii. 214 citadel, ii. 206 covered passages, ii. 206 curiosities found at, ii. 196 extensive graveyard, ii. 211 Goldsmid, Sir F., ii. 202 graves, ii. 214 high wall and towers, ii. 205 ice store-houses, ii. 203 imposing citadel, ii. 204 Kala-i-fath, ii. 194, 213, 220, 226, 230, 231 Lash Yuwain, ii. 194, 209, 226 Length and breadth, ii. 208 length of, ii. 209, 220, 232 Mil-i-Zaidan pillar, ii. 201 objects found at, ii. 215 oil lamps excavated at, ii. 217 outer towers, ii. 203 protecting fortresses, ii. 220 remains of double wall, ii. 210 Rud-i-Nasru, ii. 213 Canal, ii. 208 Sand accumulations, ii. 213 strange image excavated at, ii. 218 Sykes, Major, ii. 202, 228 Tablets, ii. 216 Unroofed structures, ii. 211 Wall, continuation of, ii. 207 Zein-ed-din tower, i. 264 Zemahlabad fort, ii. 155 Zen-u-din, i. 413 Ziarats, ii. 337, 352, 356, 398, 423, 438 Ziegler & Co., i. 134, 152, 318 Zil-es-Sultan, i. 323, 349 an audience of, i. 350 Zirreh, ii. 280 Zorap, ii. 270 Zoroaster, i. 396 Zoroastrian religion, i. 398

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RICHARD CLAY AND SONS, LIMITED, LONDON AND BUNGAY.

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