The Thousand and One Nights: Commonly Called, in England, the Arabian Nights' Entertainments - Vol. 2

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CHAPTER XIX.

COMMENCING WITH PART OF THE FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH NIGHT AND ENDING WITH PART OF THE FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOURTH.


THE STORY OF 'ALEE OF CAIRO.

THERE was, in the city of Cairo, a merchant who had abundance of wealth and ready money, and jewels and minerals, and possessions incalculable, and his name was Ḥasan the Jeweller of Baghdád. God had also blessed him with a son, of handsome countenance, of just stature, rosychecked, endowed with elegance and perfection, and beauty and loveliness;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents of the Second Volume v
  • List of Illustrations in Volume II viii
  • Chapter IX 1
  • Chapter X 70
  • Chapter XI 223
  • Chapter XII 313
  • Chapter XIII 338
  • Chapter XIV 362
  • Chapter XV 387
  • Chapter XVI 426
  • Chapter XVII 463
  • Chapter XVIII - Commencing with Part of the Three Hundred and Seventy- First Night, and Ending with Part of the Three Hundred and Eighty-First. 492
  • Chapter XIX 546
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