By JAMES E. P. BOULDEN, M.D.
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It is only on the little girls that we could see the costume which the ferigee and yashmak hid on the adults ; the loose pantaloons descending below a long, and festooned up at the side heads being ornamented with diamonds, &c. full skirt, their open in front, ; Toward the lower part of the valley, an Arabian juggler has collected around him a crowd of astonished females, who ful tricks evince their appreciation of his wonder by shrill bursts of laughter, and an in creased magnitude of their already amply large eyes.
Among ; priest s robe, full garments some composed of various 56 TURKISH AND ARMENIAN WOMEN. materials and These brightly colored. extended from their necks to their front with one head and all hand to feet, and were held up in keep them from trailing. The the face, saving the eyes, were covered with the yashmak or Turkish veil ; which is composed of a white and delicately fine muslin, and perfectly clean and snow-like. On is kept their feet were yellow boots, over which they wore slippers with no heels, in which they half walked, half slid, from place to place.
Extended from their necks to their front with one head and all hand to feet, and were held up in keep them from trailing. The the face, saving the eyes, were covered with the yashmak or Turkish veil ; which is composed of a white and delicately fine muslin, and perfectly clean and snow-like. On is kept their feet were yellow boots, over which they wore slippers with no heels, in which they half walked, half slid, from place to place. Tliefcrigce and yashmak impart a very singular and sepulchral appearance to the Turkish women, making them look as though they had just arisen from beneath the marble slabs that adorn their own cypress-shaded cemeteries.
An American Among Orientals by JAMES E. P. BOULDEN, M.D.