THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA OF ISPAHAN
BY JAMES MORIERILLUSTRATED BY H.R. MILLAR
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY THE HON. GEORGE CURZON, M.P.
MACMILLAN AND CO. LONDON AND NEW YORK
THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA
CHAPTER I — Of Hajji Baba’s birth and education.CHAPTER II Hajji Baba commences his travelsHis encounter with the Turcomans, and his captivity.CHAPTER III Into what hands Hajji Baba falls, and the fortune which his razors proved to him.CHAPTER IV Of his ingenuity in rescuing his masters money from the Turcoman, and of hisdetermination to keep it.CHAPTER V Hajji Baba becomes a robber in his own defence, andinvades his native city.CHAPTER VI Concerning the three prisoners taken by the Turcomans, and of the booty made in thecaravanserai.THE ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA OF ISPAHAN1