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He was planning new missionary posts in Georgia and Tatary when death called him to his reward.The Jesuits, 1534-1921
Thomas J. Campbell
A formidable insurrection, excited partly by religious enthusiasm, broke out in the western parts of Chinese Tatary in 1826.
"Impossible to go either to Turkey or Tatary," replied the Koschevoi, putting his pipe coolly into his mouth again.Taras Bulba and Other Tales
Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
Look up to where the church towers are crowned by the onion domes of Tatary against a European sky.Capitals of the Northlands
Ian C. Hannah
Particulars are given as to the silver ingots which formed the currency of Tatary, and the paper-money of Cathay.
- a historical region (with indefinite boundaries) in E Europe and Asia, inhabited by Bulgars until overrun by the Tatars in the mid-13th century: extended as far east as the Pacific under Genghis Khan
- Gulf of Tatary another name for the Tatar Strait
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