- From Turkish serdar. (Wiktionary)
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“All congratulated the serdar upon his humanity and benevolence, and compared him to the celebrated Noushirwan.”
“I had in the meanwhile received no account of my lost Mariam; and it was plain that, if in the power of the serdar, she was within the walls of his seraglio at Erivan.”
“Is it possible, said I, when they had related to me the horrid expedients to which their chief, the serdar (for it was to two of his bodyguard that I was talking), had recourse, for the accomplishment of his wickedness, -- is it possible that selfishness can be carried to such an extreme, that vice can have reached to such a pitch in the heart of man?”
“The serdar, in particular, fixed his eyes upon him with looks of approbation; and turning round to the executioner in chief, made signs, well known among Persians, of his great admiration.”
“I returned with the messenger, and the first words which the serdar said, upon my appearing before him, were, Where is Yûsûf?”
“Oh, as for that, answered he, the serdar drinks wine like any”
“By the soul of the serdar! by the salt of the chief executioner! the”
“The serdar intended to reach Hamamlû before break of day in order to surprise the gates, and deviated from the road to ford the Pembaki river.”
“I was now near the camp at Aberan, where I knew the serdar in person was settled, and, hoping to hear some favourable intelligence, I made towards it.”
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