This precipitated a decision by the council, and the janissary was at once promoted to high office.
Just at this moment they stopped in front of the house of the janissary Aga.
Besides, the janissary of the Consulate had showed us the way to his house.
All around sat the Spahi and janissary officers with their swords in their hands.
This, as the Jew had told him, seemed very simple to the janissary.
Coming down the hill into the plain, we were there met by a janissary from the convent, sent to conduct us into the city.
By this time the janissary was beside himself with rage at so much opposition.
The latter is now my janissary, and tells me that he sold Angela to a Jew in the public market, and does not know where she is.
About two hours later the door was again opened, and a man in the uniform of a janissary entered.
The mere name of janissary, compromised or not by an overt act, operated like a sentence of death.