See also:part of the
See also:Balkan Peninsula which was subject to
See also:Turkey . More precisely it was the
See also:country bounded N. by Bulgaria, W. by
See also:Albania and S. by the Morea, or in other words the
See also:ancient provinces, including Constantinople and
See also:Salonica, of
See also:Thrace and
See also:Macedonia . The name was ultimately applied more especially to a province composed of central Albania and western Macedonia, having
See also:Monastir for its chief
See also:town . Owing to administrative changes effected between 187o and 1875, the name ceased to correspond with any
See also:political division . Eastern
See also:Rumelia was constituted an autonomous province of the
See also:empire by the Berlin treaty of 1878; but on the 18th of
See also:September x885, after a bloodless revolution, it was
See also:united with Bulgaria (q.v.) .
RUMANIA, or ROUMANIA [Romdnia]
COUNT BENJAMIN THOMPSON RUMFORD (1753-1814)
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