of theCALIPH HAROUN ALRASCHID.
THE AUTHOR OF "MARY POWELL."
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Of the Boyhood and Youth of the Caliph Haroun. And of his Friendship for Gaifar the Barmecide *
Of the Caliph Haroun’s justice and Judgment. Of the Punishment of the Butcher and of the Baker *
Of the Avarice of the Blind Beggar , Baba Abdala
Of the Poverty and Prosperity of Cogia Hassan the Ropemaker
Of the Treachery of Hassan the Merchant, In the Matter of Ali Cogia
Of the extravagant Profusion of Noureddin
Of the great Peril and Distress of Gaifar the Barmecide
Of the Trick played by the Caliph on Abon Hassan. And of the Trick played by Abon Hassan on the Caliph
Of the Caliph’s bestowing on the Emperor Charlemagne the Protectorship of the Holy Places *
Of the Plague at Bagdad *
Of the Caliph’s testing the Obedience of Gaifar *
Of the Fate of Gaifar and Abbassa *
The original Chapters are distinguished from those which are merely re-written by an asterisk.