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  • [Footnote 1: In the original, Segued.] [Footnote 2: In the original, Zeila.]

    Life Of Johnson

  • The liberty of choice was succeeded by a law, which imposed, under pain of death, the belief of the two natures of Christ: the Abyssinians were enjoined to work and to play on the Sabbath; and Segued, in the face of

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 4

  • The fate of Zadenghel was revenged by the courage and fortune of Susneus, who ascended the throne under the name of Segued, and more vigorously prosecuted the pious enterprise of his kinsman.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 4

  • The liberty of choice was succeeded by a law, which imposed, under pain of death, the belief of the two natures of Christ: the Abyssinians were enjoined to work and to play on the Sabbath; and Segued, in the face of Europe and

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 4

  • Segued listened to the voice of pity, of reason, perhaps of fear: and his edict of liberty of conscience instantly revealed the tyranny and weakness of the Jesuits.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 4

  • Sultan Segued hath since built here a bridge of one arch in the same place, for which purpose he procured masons from India.

    A Voyage to Abyssinia

  • In the year 1615, Rassela Christos, lieutenant-general to Sultan Segued, entered those kingdoms with his army in a hostile manner; but being able to get no intelligence of the condition of the people, and astonished at their unbounded extent, he returned, without daring to attempt anything.

    A Voyage to Abyssinia

  • This prince, besides his ill will to Sultan Segued, which was kept up by some malcontents among the Abyssin nobility, who, provoked at the conversion of their master, were plotting a revolt, entertained an inveterate hatred against the Portuguese for the death of his grandfather, who had been killed many years before, which he swore the blood of the Jesuits should repay.

    A Voyage to Abyssinia

  • Sultan Segued, who had been so great a favourer of us, was grown old, and his spirit and authority decreased with his strength.

    A Voyage to Abyssinia

  • I lived here about a year, and completed my studies in divinity; in which time some letters were received from the fathers in AEthiopia, with an account that Sultan Segued, Emperor of Abyssinia, was converted to the

    A Voyage to Abyssinia

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  • youth segued into adulthood

    It's similar to "trasitioned"

    July 22, 2009