They were on their way to work in a mine in the vilayet of Aidin.
At one time the famous Midhat Pasha was the governor of this vilayet.
But there is no horse west of vilayet that can distance Irem for long.'
Creatures of night and the silence, the gray apes of vilayet were voiceless.
The climate is healthy except in summer; the “Aleppo button” (see Bagdad, vilayet), a painful boil, is common.
There are nearly 3,000 villages in the vilayet but no large cities.
In 1878 the Mosul vilayet was created out of its northern, and in 1884 the Basra vilayet out of its southern sanjaks.
Eyalet, ī′a-let, n. a division of the Turkish Empire—vilayet.
It was ruled by a pasha, and gave place to the vilayet on the reorganization of the empire in 1871.
Sanjak, san′jak, n. an administrative subdivision of a Turkish vilayet or eyalet.