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Old 10-08-2014, 05:30 PM   #121
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From 1809:


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'The following project for the dismemberment of European Turkey is circulated on the Continent: - France to have Albania.,Greece, the Morea, and the Islands. Russia to retain its conquests in Moldavia and Bessarabia. Austria (in the event oí her acceding to the confederacy) to receive Bosnia, Servia, and Macedonia; Austria ceding to France the Li-thorage. The Provinces of Wallachia, Bulgaria, and Romania, to be erected into a separate King- dom for the Grand Duke Constantine, with the
title of King of Thrace : Constantinople to be his capital.
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Old 10-08-2014, 05:34 PM   #122
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This article from 1827 states that printing came to Macedonia in 1515.

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From 1830:

"The Sultan...appears however at the moment to have a hard time of it with bands of robbers and deserters who are levying contributions in several districts of Macedonia."

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This article from 1840 considers Aristotle the Macedonian philosopher:

"With respect to the definition given by Aristotle...and according to the definition of the Macedonian philosopher..."

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From 1861:

"The Montenegrins are beginning to exhibit symptoms of restlessness; and there is reason to believe that the Albanians, Thessilians and Macedonians are plotting mischief with their coreligionists in the Kingdom of Greece."

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Old 10-08-2014, 06:03 PM   #126
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From 1861, hinting at words from ancient Macedonian possibly:

"Not only Macedonian words, such as symphonia and psanterion..."

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Old 10-08-2014, 06:52 PM   #127
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From 1879:

"The Macedonian insurgents, although defeated..."

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"The Macedonian insurgents have refused to accept the terms of peace proposed by Turkey..."

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From 1880:

"Meanwhile, there is great joy among the oppressed native populations of the Turkish Empire. Greeks, Armenians, Macedonians and Slavs have watched the progress of the British elections with intense interest." NOTICE THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN MACEDONIANS AND SLAVS

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From 1881:

"The Bulgarians have begun to render active assistance to the Macedonians..."

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From 1888:

"A band of Macedonian brigands have taken possession of Bellovar in Croatia and have kidnapped two Austrian and two Greek gentlemen..."

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1890:

"The Christians, a herd of Greek, Bulgarian and Macedonian..."

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1894:

"There is little reason to think that the ancient Greeks were fair -- the Macedonians were not Greeks."

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There are so many articles...these were just some pre-VMRO. Once we get into the late 1890s, it's a treasure chest.
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