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THE

MUSSULMAN.

BY R. R. MADDEN, ESQ.

AUTHOR OF

"TRAVELS IN TURKEY, EGYPT, NUBIA, AND PALESTINE.'

"the face of Mussulman

Not oft betrays to standers by

The mind within, well skill'd to hide
All but unconquerable pride."

Bride of Abydos.

"And indeed the sundry contemplation of my travels, in which my
after ramination wraps me, is a most humourous sadness."

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

As You Like It.

LONDON:

HENRY COLBURN AND RICHARD BENTLEY,

NEW BURLINGTON STREET.

25812A

LONDON:

PRINTED BY SAMUEL BENTLEY,

Dorset Street, Fleet Street.

THE MUSSULMAN.

CHAPTER I.

What wife! I have no wife!

OTHELLO.

OUR hero began to think that Locman, with all his wisdom, was a propounder of lying proverbs; and that it was possible for a man to have youth, health, and wealth, and yet to be supremely wretched. He believed himself to be the most miserable of men, and that belief was sufficient to make him so.

Happiness is not made by circumstances, but by one's opinions of them: a little while ago, Mourad imagined that poverty was the only

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