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Charlit

AV ORIENTU, ROMANCE,

BY THOMAS MOORE, ISO"

ILLUSTRATED WITIL ENGRAVINGS

From Designs by
RICHARD MESTALL, Rul

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l'IB” BY KOY6.21.1., REES, ORJE, BROWY&GREKY,

Paternoster Row,

AN

Oriental Romance.

BY THOMAS MOORE.

SIXTEENTH EDITION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR

LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, GREEN, & LONGMAN,

PATERNOSTCR-ROW.

1832.

LALLA ROOKH.

In the eleventh year of the reign of Aurungzebe, Abdalla, King of the Lesser Bucharia, a lineal descendant from the Great Zingis, having abdicated the throne in favour of his son, set out on a pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Prophet; and, passing into India through the delightful valley of Cashmere, rested for a short time at Delhi on his way. He was entertained by Aurungzebe in a style of magnificent hospitality, worthy alike of the visitor and the host, and was afterwards escorted with the same splendour to Surat, where he embarked for Arabia. During the stay of the Royal Pilgrim at Delhi, a marriage was agreed upon between the Prince, his son, and the youngest daughter of the Emperor, Lalla Rookh*; described by the poets of her time as more beautiful

-a Princess

* Tulip cheek,

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