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  • Cashmerian shawl round my waist, they as well as I will be restored to our proper places again.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • A cloth, of the finest Cashmerian shawl fringed with gold, was then spread on the carpet before the king, by the chief of the valets, and a gold ewer and basin were presented for washing hands.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • He insisted, that I ought to spread broad cloth from the entrance of the street to where the king alights from his horse; that there he should tread upon cloth of gold, until he reached the entrance of the garden; and from thence, the whole length of the court to his seat, a carpet of Cashmerian shawls was to be extended, each shawl increasing in value, until the one upon the

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • _’ Praise be to God! I was so pleased with this, that I must needs have a shawl for my waist to match, and he produced an old Cashmerian shawl full of holes and darns, which he assured me had belonged to one of the ladies in the king’s harem, and which, he said, he would let me have at a reasonable price.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • He got from me the deceased mollah bashi’s under garment, his caba, or coat, his Cashmerian girdle, and his outward cloak, made of a dark green broad cloth; and I, in return, received his old clothes, which had been torn on his person the day he had been thrust out of Tehran.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • You wear a Cashmerian shawl: you are become a person of substance.

    The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan

  • In C [= a] bul, the medical officers were the only class of Europeans allowed an entrance to the harems of the rich, when they were expected after feeling the pulse of some Cashmerian beauty to pronounce her malady, and effect her cure forthwith.

    A Peep into Toorkisthhan

  • Cashmerian priest who came with Buddha's first message to Thibet!

    A Fascinating Traitor An Anglo-Indian Story

  • Cashmerian song in its native purity, because, as he said, he never could manage to speak their dialect, though he understood it reasonably well.

    Handy Andy, Volume 2 — a Tale of Irish Life

  • Cashmerian held in his hand a kitar; -- such as, in old times, the Arab maids of the West used to listen to by moonlight in the gardens of the

    The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Explanatory Notes

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