Let us read, for instance, the chapter in which is described A dinner in Ispahan.
What became of them under the standard of Mahmood after the victory of Ispahan?
At length he reached the beautiful city of Ispahan, the capital of Persia.
Named from Seen, a village near Ispahan; where the variety was procured.
Seventy thousand Jews from Ispahan are expected to follow him.
Has a child of Ispahan (for such you are by your accent) been taken in by a Turk?
The establishments in Persia extended to Ispahan and counted 400,000 Catholics.
Herat or Ispahan—intricate, stately design on claret ground.
At any rate they were made to a great extent under the influence that emanated from Ispahan.
Would you like to go from London to Ispahan in such company?