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XVII. Salutation both by Attitude and Expression... 343

XVIII. Sometimes the Inferior mentions himself

before the Person he intends to honour...... 344

XIX. Prostrations, and kissing the Feet some-

times practised in the East..........

XX. Kissing the Hand and putting it on the Head,

Tokens of Respect.......

357

XXI. Kissing what is presented, a Token of Respect

to Superiors.....

XXII. Intimate Acquaintances kiss each other's Hands,

Head, or Shoulders.......

XXIII. Kissing the Beard, a Token of Respect. ib.

XXIV. Beards held in high Estimation in the East.. 359

XXV. Kissing the Hand, a Token of Reverence.... 361

XXVI. Dismounting, a Token of Respect..... 362

XXVII. Christians in Egypt obliged to alight, when

a Turk passes by...........

364

XXVIII. Different Postures indicating Respect..... 366

XXIX. Seating a Person on a Cushion, a Token of

.....

Respect

367

.. 380

XXX. Sitting in the Corner, a Token of Superiority. 368

XXXI. Different Kinds of Perfumes used at the Close

of friendly Visits.......

XXXII. The Subject farther illustrated from Dan.

ii. 46......

XXXIII. Changing the Dress of a Person, a Token

of Honour....

XXXIV. Presents of Garments often made even to the

Great.....

XXXV. Party-coloured Garments esteemed a Mark

of Honour.......

XXXVI. Eastern Warriors often magnificently clothed 400

XXXVII. Sometimes a Prince gives his own Gar-

398

ment as a Token of the highest Respect......... 401

XXXVIII. Criminals not permitted to look on the

Person of the King..

XXXIX. Other curious Methods of doing Persons ·

Honour..
409

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