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Travels among the Arab tribes inhabiting the countries east of Syria and Palestine

including a journey from Nazareth to the mountains beyond the Dead Sea, and from thence through the plains of the Hauran to Bozra, Damascus, Tripoly, Lebanon, Baalbeck, and by the valley of the Orontes to Seleucia, Antioch, and Aleppo : with an appendix, containing a refutation of certain unfounded calumnies industriously circulated against the author of this work, by Mr. Lewis Burckhardt, Mr. William John Bankes, and the Quarterly review

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This edition published in by Printed for Longman, Hurst , Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green in London.

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Cover of: Travels among the Arab Tribes Inhabiting the Countries East of Syria and Palestine
Cover of: A book called Our ancestors the Stantons
A book called Our ancestors the Stantons
1922, Priv. print. for W. H. Stanton
in English
Cover of: Travels among the Arab tribes inhabiting the countries east of Syria and Palestine
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Engraved frontis. map signed: Sidy. Hall.

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With an appendix and postscript in double column text.

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xv, 669, [1] p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
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