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" For there issueth out of the ground a marveilous quantitie of oile, which oile they fetch from the uttermost bounds of all Persia : it serveth all the countrey to burne in their houses. This oyle is blacke, and is called Nefte : they use to cary it throughout... "
From Constantinople to the home of Omar Khayyam - Page 30
by Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson - 1911 - 317 pages
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Early Voyages and Travels to Russia and Persia by Anthony Jenkinson and ...

Edward Delmar Morgan, Charles Henry Coote - Great Britain - 1886 - 496 pages
...which runneth through the plaiue of lauat, which falleth into the Caspian sea1 by a towne called Backo, neere vnto which towne is a strange thing to behold...out of the ground a marueilous quantitie of Oyle, Abundance i • i /-\ i ji r* , i f- •> ofoyleissuwhich Oyle they fetch from the vttermost bounds...
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Early Voyages and Travels to Russia and Persia, Issue 73

Anthony Jenkinson - Great Britain - 1886
...runneth through the plaine of lauat, which falleth into the Caspian sea1 by a towne called Backo, ueere vnto which towne is a strange thing to behold —...out of the ground a marueilous quantitie of Oyle, Ahundance of oj-lc 1fsuwhich Oyle they fetch from the vttermost bounds of all Persia : 1n out of...
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 32

Geography - 1918
...great river," he wrote, "which falleth into the Caspian Sea by a town called Bachu whereunto which is a strange thing to behold. For there issueth out of the ground a large quantity of oil, which oil Photograph by FJ Koch LOADING LIGHTERS AT ZANZIBAR Commercial aloes...
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The Principal Navigations Voyages Traffiques & Discoveries of the ..., Volume 3

Discoveries in geography - 1903
...through the plaine of Javat, which falleth into the Caspian sea, by a towne called Bachu, neere unto which towne is a strange thing to behold. For there issueth out of the Abundance of ground a marveilous quantitie of oile, which oile they 'lc ' fetch from the uttermost...
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 32

Geography - 1918
...great river," he wrote, "which falleth into the Caspian Sea by a town called Bachu whereunto which is a strange thing to behold. For there issueth out of the ground a large quantity of oil, which oil Photograph by FJ Koch LOADING LIGHTERS AT ZANZIBAR Commercial aloes...
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