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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bourhonts, legitimacy, &c. we wsotider (says the Chronicle) whether lie recollected, for a usmosetit, the water of the River Jordan ulhici he broighit over with himl frolit his pilgri riage, for the baptism of the King of Route. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Valley of Nahr-el-Kelb. Sidon. Mount Carmel. Ascalon. Holy Sepnlchre. Arimathea. Ruins of Baalbec. Street in Jerusalem. Babylon. Syracuse. Nazareth. River Jordan. Ruins of Selab, Petra.] Bethlehem. Temples at Philoc. Solomon's Pools. Desert of Sitfai. River Kishon. Asses. Lebanon from Bairout. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would fall a prey to the Sultan's soldiery. took to flight, after throwing his artillery and ammunition into the River Jordan." Intelligence confirms the accounts res- pecting the decapitation of Sheriff Pacha at Damascus, and it appears that Ibrahim Pacha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wntil numnerous Plates, CAPTAIN LYNCH'S NARRATIVE OF AN EXPLORING VOYAGE TO THE DEAD SEA AND THE SOURCES OF THE RIVER JORDAN, Undertaken by Order of the Governmen:t of the LUnited States. ic mjs . llichard Bentley, Publisher in Ordinary to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plates, neatly bound, price 1I. Is. ^ ' NARRATIVE OF THE EXPLORING EXPEDITION TO THE DEAD SEA AND THE RIVER JORDAN. Undertaken by order of the United States Government in l1848. By Capt. LyscH, U.S.N. Commander of the Expedition. II. Subscribers-only content

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