A. and C. Black – Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 1838

It is very interesting to compare together the different inhabitants of European Turkey, such as the Servians, the Bulgarians, the Wallachians, the Greeks, and the Albanians. The Servians and Bulgarians may be said to be nearly the same people, and appear to be more numerous than the Greeks;

The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: exhibiting a view of the Progressive discoveries..” Published 1838 by A. and C. Black – Original from the New York Public Library – p.240

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