Dr. Walsh tells us that the head of Ali Pacha was sent to Constantinople, and exhibited to the public on a dish.
Ya en el despacharonse cuatro emisarios, que en representacion de la atribulada villa hiciesen presente el caso al conde de Urgel y al arzobispo, los que no tardaron muchos dias en tornar con la resolucion de estos personajes, resolucion que, como suele decirse, era breve y compendiosa.
despacharse, to set out, make haste.
He was murdered by the pacha.--Byron, Bride of Abydos.
The worship of Pachacamac is asserted by competent antiquarian students to have been more extended in ancient Peru than the older historians supposed.
The names differ little in Herrera (who, however, omits Uchu), Montesinos, Balboa, Oliva, La Vega and Pachacuti; I have followed the orthography of the two latter, as both were native Qquichuas.
When Baron Gros and I, accompanied by Betts Bey, the chief director of the railway, were journeying in our pachalic state-carriage from Alexandria to Cairo, a question arose as to how we were to spend the few hours which we should have to remain at the latter place.
The intervention of the Sultan was asked; a corps of Turkish troops entered Tripoli, drove out both Pachas, and reannexed the Regency to the Porte.
to Mt. Pachatucsa (15,915 ft.),
Thus, also, Garcia and Acosta inform us that Viracocha was surnamed Usapu, which they translate "admirable," but really it means "he who accomplishes all that he undertakes, he who is successful in all things;" Molina has preserved the term Ymamana, which means "he who controls or owns all things;" the title Pachayachachi, which the Spanish writers render "Creator," really means the "Teacher of the World;" that of Caylla signifies "the Ever-present one;" Taripaca, which has been guessed to be the same as tarapaca, an eagle, is really a derivative of taripani, to sit in judgment, and was applied to Viracocha as the final arbiter of the actions and destinies of man.