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What Britain Has Done for Egypt

Ralph Richardson
The North American Review
Vol. 167, No. 500 (Jul., 1898), pp. 1-15
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25119029
Page Count: 15
Subjects: Language & Literature
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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Egypt, 1882, pp. 47 and 272.
    • England in Egypt, 1893, p. 420
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    Baedeker's Hand-Book, 4thEdn., 1898.
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    Milner's England in Egypt, p. 419.
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    Lord Cromer's Report, 1897, p. 13.
  • M. Malosse saying : " Le temps est loin où un malheureux Egyptien des provinces, maltraité par son gouverneur qui lui avait enlevé sa femme et qui le faisait assommer à coups de courbache, mourait sous la bastonnade, s'ecriant, ' Il n'y a de justice qu'au tribunal de Dieu !' "
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    Handbook for Egypt, 4th Ed., 1898.
  • Impressions d'Egypte par M. Malosse. 1896.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Daily News, Feb. 22,1898.
    • Times, March 22, 1898.
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    Baedeker's Egypt, 4th Ed., 1898, p. 202.