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;Automatic and Concealable Firearms layout ebook Vol I-III КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: computerized and Concealable Firearms layout publication Vol I-III Автор: P.A. Luty Издательство: Paladin Press ebook Год: 1982 Страниц: 153 Формат: pdf Язык: english Размер: 8,62(+3%)MbIt is illegitimate to fabricate a fire-arm withot a suitable license from the government. There also are country and native legislation prohibiting the possessin of such guns in lots of parts. critical consequences are prescribed for violations of those legislation. Be warned! Скачатьifolderзеркало zero

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For a space of time as is the saying of a mass, those lights remained visible and then went out, after which the storm ceased. As to those lights they say that it is to Fray Pero González of Tuy12 to whom one should pay one’s orisons in time of need for succour. The next day at dawn we found ourselves back again among the [Lipari] islands, already described and sailing in sight of Sicily, hoping to make way under a fair breeze; but till the following Thursday, perforce continued to cruise about those islands, for it had fallen almost to a calm.

These last landed here forthwith, occupying the island, which at that date was entirely uninhabited, and proceeded to lay out their town, fortifying it and building the adjacent castle. No sooner did the Genoese hear what the Venetians had done than they loudly proclaimed that the island by right already belonged to them. For, said they, it had been promised to them in gift, and further they, the Genoese, had already assisted the Emperor in the manner stipulated. Hence it was not justice for him thus to sell or give the island to any others, and on this discord ensued between Genoa and Venice.

There are in this island many towns and castles to be seen, and for size Chios may measure one hundred and twenty miles in circuit. On a certain of the trees here, those known as the lentisc tree, the gum mastic is found. The town of Chios has a fine wall round it, strengthened by many towers: but it lies in the plain not on any high hill. Embassy to tamerlane 26 Now while we ambassadors were detained in Chios news came that [‘Isá] the eldest son of [Báyazíd] the late Sultan of the Turks whom Timur conquered, was recently dead: he it was who had inherited the Sultanate.

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