Ali pasha



(Arslan) 1741–1822, Turkish pasha and ruler of Albania 1787?–1820.
Historical Examples

Now Omar was at one time one of the best of Ali Pasha’s lieutenants.
The Lion of Janina Mr Jkai

The 25,000 fighting-men of Ali Pasha’s fleet were chiefly militia.
Famous Sea Fights John Richard Hale

This was Ali Pasha, the slave-dealer, as I soon learned to my cost.
The Son of Monte Christo Jules Lermina

Better to perish in the deep void than be condemned to the embraces of Ali Pasha.
The Lion of Janina Mr Jkai

Ali Pasha has collected all the principal Georgians together in his camp.
Journal of a Residence at Bagdad Anthony Groves

It was thus that Ali Pasha signified his resurrection to his enemies!
The Lion of Janina Mr Jkai

At a later day Ali Pasha’s enemies were to have very bitter experience of these architectural peculiarities.
The Lion of Janina Mr Jkai

Ali Pasha received him in precisely the same manner as he had received his subordinate.
Told in the Coffee House Cyrus Adler

Ali Pasha turned pale and almost fell from his horse when the tidings reached him that Caretto had escaped.
The Lion of Janina Mr Jkai

A few hundred men will be sufficient to keep Ali Pasha in check from this side.
‘Midst the Wild Carpathians Mr Jkai

noun
known as the Lion of Janina. 1741–1822, Turkish pasha and ruler of Albania (1787–1820), who was deposed and assassinated after intriguing against Turkey

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