News & Articles on the Circassians in The New York Times Archives

A CIRCASSIAN SCOTCHMAN

April 29, 1877, Wednesday

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As an in stance of the ethnological curiosities which the traveler may stumble upon unawares in this curious region, I may mention a strange acquaintance I made when traveling on the great plain which stretches from the Sea of Azof to the Caspian. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]  Published: April 29, 1877

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THE OPERATIONS ON THE DANUBE.; DISAFFECTION OF CIRCASSIAN CAVALRY-- THEY REFUSE TO FIRE ON THEIR CORELIGIONISTS--THE CZAR'S VISIT TO THE ARMY.

May 31, 1877, Wednesday

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CIRCASSIAN SOLDIERS.; NOT SO BAD AS THEY HAVE BEEN REPRESENTED--KIND LOOKS FOR LITTLE CHILDREN--BUT THEIR PRESENCE FILLS THE SERVIAN INFANTRY WITH A PANIC.

August 13, 1876, Wednesday

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The correspondent of the London Standard writes as follows: "I had scarcely been two hours in Widdin when a part of the victorious BashiBazouks returned to the fortress. No one who had not seen the procession could form an idea of the wonderful picture it presented. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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OPERATIONS IN ASIA MINOR.; THE CIRCASSIAN COUNTER--MOVEMENT MUKHTAR PASHA'S POSITION.


May 30, 1877, Wednesday

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LONDON, May 29.?A special dispatch from Vienna to the Times says: "To the south of Soukgeum-Kaleh, a detachment is concentrated under Gen. Alchasoff, to prevent a TurcoCircassian force moving along the shore into the plains of Mingrelia. If they did so now the positions of the Russians in the rear of Soukgoum-Kaleh and... [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE OPERATIONS IN ASIA MINOR.; SHOCKING CONDITION OF BAYAZID THE CIRCASSIAN INSURRECTION.

July 16, 1877, Wednesday

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THE EASTERN CONFLICT.; CRUEL ATROCITIES ON BOTH SIDES. THE FUGITIVES FROM KAVARNA HOW THEY ARE OUTRAGED BY TURKISH IRREGULARS THE STORY TOLD OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT CONDUCT OF THE CIRCASSIANS HOW COSSACKS TREATED THE INHABITANTS OF BALVAN.

August 21, 1877, Wednesday

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The fugitives from Kavarna who arrived here last Thursday afternoon on board the Austrian Lloyd's mail steamer which had been sent expressly to fetch them, thus delaying its departure for the capital 24 hours, were ordered by the authorities to be carried to Constantinople and thence sent on to Broussa. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE ORIENTAL CONFLICT.; SLAUGHTER OF A BODY OF HORSE. PARTICULARS OF THE ANNIHILATION OF MOUSSA PASHA'S BODY OF FOUR THOUSAND CIRCASSIANS. ACTIVE MOVEMENTS IN ASIA MINOR. DEFEAT OF TURKISH CAVALRY NEAR KARS THAT POSITION COMPLETELY INVESTED, AND THE GARRISON ON HALFRATIONS THE TURKISH RIGHT FALLINGBACK BEFORE THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE. THE DANUBE. ARRIVAL OF THE CZAR AT BUCHAREST THE FLOOD AT OLTETNIZA A BULGARIAN LEGION DISEASE IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY. THE PEACE RUMORS. AFFAIRS IN CONSTANTINOPLE. FORCES AND MOVEMENTS REVIEWED THE SWOLLEN DANUBE BARRING THE WAY THE RUSSIAN FORCES IN POSITION A CONFLICT BEFORE JULY IMPROBABLE THE CHIEF POINTS OF CONCENTRATION THE TURKISH FORCES IN ASIA, AND THE RUSSIAN POSITIONS.

June 4, 1877, Wednesday

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LONDON, June 4. The correspondent of the Daily Telegraph sends the following from Erzeroum, dated June 2: "I have to record the most terrible event of the present war. Two nights ago 4,000 Circassian cavalry, commanded by Moussa Pasha, were ordered to proceed toward Kars, entirely unsupported by infantry or artillery. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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EN ROUTE FOR THE CAUCASUS.; AN OVERCROWDED STEAMER THE CAPTAIN'S CRY OF DISTRESS THE DANGER OF SAILING IN THE BLACK SEA CIRCASSIANS ON THEIR WAY TO THE FRONT.

June 25, 1877, Wednesday

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Measurement had evidently been considered superfluous in the allotment of troops to the steam-ship Kaiserli, even the presence of a staff officer had apparently been looked upon as equally unnecessary. In tailed the crowd, Circassians, negroes, and Bashi-Bazouks from every part of the empire. Boats, deck-house, [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE TRANSCAUCASIAN CAMPAIGN.; LARGE RUSSIAN AND TURKISH FORCES OPPOSED SEVENTY MILES EAST OF ERZEROUM THE MOVEMENT IN CIRCASSIA IN REAR OF THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE THE SUKUM-KALEH SUCCESS OF THE TURKS A FORMIDABLE AFFAIR.

May 18, 1877, Wednesday

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LONDON, May 17. The Telegraph's special from Erzeroum Monday, says: "The Russians have advanced to Kara-Kalisa in great force. The Turks will confront them at Toprak-Kalen, about 70 miles to the eastward of this place. Both armies are preparing for a pitched battle." [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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OPERATIONS ON THE DANUBE.; BRISK CANNONADE OF THE RUSSIANS BY THE TURKS AT RUSTCHUK THE RIVER FALLING FLOODING OF THE RAILROAD ACROSS THE DOBRUDSCHA BY THE TURKS CIRCASSIAN CAVALRY AT RUSTCHUK.

June 10, 1877, Wednesday

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LONDON, June 10. Dispatches from Rustchuk of Saturday night say: "A cannonade from the Turkish batteries near here continued all day. According to latest accounts it was directed against large bodies of Russian troops and Russian batteries on the opposite bank of the Danube, causing considerable damage." [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE TRANS-CAUCASIAN CAMPAIGN.

May 19, 1877, Wednesday

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The latest news from the seat of war in Asiatic Turkey would seem to intimate that, after their first ruu of success, the Russians are beginning to find "Turkey's weakest point" somewhat stronger than they anticipated. It is announced, (from a Turkish [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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DIFFICULTIES OF A RUSSO-TURKISH WAR.

December 31, 1876, Wednesday
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By a recent cable dispatch, Gen. VON MOLTKE is reported as predicting a long and severe campaign in case the differences between Russia and Turkey were not adjusted by the conference and ended in war. VAN MOLTKE, besides being the highest strategical authority in Europe, served himself, before his first promotion, as Prussian Colonel in one of the Russo-Turkish wars, and has written a book upon it. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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RUSSIAN ARMY OF THE CAUCASUS.; INFANTRY, CAVALRY, AND ARTILLERY-- GARRISONS TO REPRESS POSSIBLE REVOLTS--THE TURKISH COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF--HOW ARDAHAN WAS CAPTURED--THE ADVANCE ON BATOUM.

June 28, 1877, Wednesday

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Sent here from Batoum to take a rapid glance at the situation, I have endeavored to get together what information I could, and now present you with what I believe to be an accurate view of the situation. To begin with the strength of the enemy, the following may be taken as an exact computation of the Czar's strength in this direction. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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CIRCASSIA.; Terrible Defeat of the Russians.

December 6, 1851, Wednesday

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THE CIRCASSIAN BRIGADE.

July 28, 1877, Wednesday

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THE LAST DEFENDERS OF THE PROPHET.

June 21, 1877, Wednesday

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The telegraph informs us of the extension of the Circassian insurrection to the eastern provinces of the Caucasus, near the Caspian. This is the really formidable place for an uprising, so far as the communications and the influence of the Russians are concerned. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE CAMPAIGN IN ASIA MINOR.; TURKISH SUCCESS AT BATOUM FIGHTING IN CIRCASSIAN RUSSIA, WITH THE RESULT AGAINST THE RUSSIANS.

July 2, 1877, Wednesday

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THE TRANSCAUCASIAN CAMPAIGN.; LARGE RUSSIAN AND TURKISH FORCES OPPOSED SEVENTY MILES EAST OF ERZEROUM THE MOVEMENT IN CIRCASSIA IN REAR OF THE RUSSIAN ADVANCE THE SUKUM-KALEH SUCCESS OF THE TURKS A FORMIDABLE AFFAIR.

May 18, 1877, Wednesday

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LONDON, May 17. The Telegraph's special from Erzeroum Monday, says: "The Russians have advanced to Kara-Kalisa in great force. The Turks will confront them at Toprak-Kalen, about 70 miles to the eastward of this place. Both armies are preparing for a pitched battle." [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE TRANSCAUCASIAN CAMPAIGN.; THE CIRCASSIAN INSURGENTS THREATENING RUSSIAN COMMUNICATIONS POTI ABANDONED BY THE INHABITANTS A SORTIEFROM KARS.

June 12, 1877, Wednesday

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CIRCASSIA.

January 26, 1852, Wednesday

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MURDER OF TURKISH MINISTERS.; THE MINISTERS ATTACKED WHILE IN COUNCIL BY A CIRCASSIAN OFFICER--TWO MINISTERS AND TWO OTHERS KILLED AND SEVERAL WOUNDED.

June 17, 1876, Wednesday

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LONDON, June 16.--A dispatch to the Reuter Telegram Company, dated Constantinople, 9 0'clock this morning, says that the ministers were assembled in council last night at the residence of Midhas Pasha, President of the Council, when an officer who had been recently dismissed from service, entered the Council chamber armed with a revolver, and... [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC.

August 27, 1856, Wednesday

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The ebon savages of the African Continent are not the only race who are made merchandise of by their fellow men. Neither is the African Slave-trade the only abomination of the kind that exists under the sun. The mountain0Land of Circassis, a part of that region which extends from the Euxine to the Caspian, [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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A CIRCASSIAN BEAUTY.

October 5, 1881, Wednesday

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Last Sunday Mr. TALMAGE endeavored to convince his audience that GUITEAU is secretly a Mormon, and that he was employed to shoot the late President by the Mormon leaders. Mr. TALMAGE's sermon was ...[ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ]

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