TREATISE , a writtencomposition, dealing fully and syste- trains of camels may be seen, and Persian merchants conspicuous matically with the principles of some subject of serious impor- by their high black caps and long robes . The route which these tance . The M . Eng. tretis, O . Fr. tretis, or treitis, is a doublet caravans follow is a chaussee as far as
See also:Erzerum, but this in places of " treaty," which also meant a discourse or account . Both is too much broken to admit of the transit of wheeled vehicles. words are to be referred to
See also:Lat. tractare, to treat, handle, The railway by Batoum to
See also:Baku by way of
See also:Tiflis has tended frequentative of trahere, tractus, to draw . " Treatise " thus greatly to turn the channel-of commerce from
See also:Trebizond into would mean, by etymology, something well handled, nicely made .
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