Education: Royal Lions

Brotherhood on the Bosporus

Two Yalemen, sons of a missionary named Dwight, had the idea first. They interested a rich New York merchant named Christopher Rhinelander Robert, who in turn interested an oldtime U. S.' missionary in Turkey named Cyrus Hamlin. Merchant & missionary failed, however, to interest His Imperial Majesty Sultan Abdul Aziz of Turkey. Then one fine day an imposing U. S. man-of-war steamed up the Bosporus with Admiral David Farragut aboard, for a courtesy call on the Sultan. His Imperial Majesty hastily reversed himself, handed the U. S. Legation a...

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