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- A portion of an article which seems to be about The (Arabian) Nights and which praises the Persian civilization. It mentions several characters from the book: the Sultaness, Aziza, Queen Burdur and particularly the slave girl, Tarraddud, and her many accomplishments
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- C.H. Toy, b. Norfolk, VA, graduated University of Virginia, studied theology at the Southern Baptist Seminary in Greenville, SC. Served as chaplain in the Civil War, captured at Gettysburg, exchanged in Dec. 1863, reentered and served in the summer of 1864. In 1880 he became Hancock Professor of Hebrew and other Oriental languages at Harvard. Founded several learned societies and authored scholarly books and articles
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