For Brown had been one of the fortunate quartette aboard the Circassia.
Without a trifle of coquetry there is no dancing even in Circassia.
By her extraordinary efforts against Circassia she has at length managed to obtain the long-coveted Caucasian Mountains.
With his capture the independence of Circassia came to an end.
Vegetables are not much eaten in Circassia: for greens are considered fit only for beasts: and there are no potatoes.
This turned out to be the same as the cherry from Circassia.
Was it indeed in memory of the Christmas of her own dear home in Circassia?
So it is; but it is true, as true as Tattersall's—as true as Circassia or Virginia.
Admiral Lyons sailed away with a small squadron to reconnoitre the shores of Georgia and Circassia.
The chieftain, Arslan Gherrei, was one of the bravest of the nobles of Circassia.