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Return to Egypt and labors during his second residence

there in connexion with Messrs. King and Wolff.

Voyage—Attention from consuls Discussion with

Jews Visit to the tomb of Parsons-Interview
with four Rabbies—Catholic convent-Ill temper
of a curate--Coptic convent-Interview at the
Danish consul's—Ēxcitement created_Visit to Ro-
setta-Mouth of the Nile-Passage to Cairo-Labors
in that city-Visit to a Jewish synagogue-Descrip-
tion of a Soofi-Upper Egypt-Interview with a

bishop-Visit to Bladia-Siout-Abutig–Akmin-
Minselich_Girge - The Doum tree-Negadel-
Thebes Temple of Luxar-House offered for
Lodgings Temple of Carnac-Antiquities of Gor-
nonReturn-Visit to Kene-Denderah—Dishne-
Cargo of slaves—Coptic Christians,Description of
a grotto-Coptic school and convent-Anxious day
Arrival at Cairo-Retrospect-Jewish wedding-
SNBCÒxi-Emeer Besheer-Reflections,

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CHAPTER X.
Journey from Egypt to Jerusalem through the desert,
including his labors and observations in the Holy

City and vicinity.
Commencement of the journey—The caravan—The
wilderness-Sabbath reflections—Sufferings by heat
-Shore of the Mediterranean-Entrance into Syria

Annoyance from Bedouins-Gaza--Esdood
Seenery of the country—Approach to Jerusalem,
Entrance-Description--Letter--Introduction to
the governor_First Sabbath-Visit to Gethsemane
Siloah—Bethlehem--Field of the shepherds-
Celebration of the Lord's Supper--Visit to the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre—The holy fire-Un-
pleasant occurrence-Concert of prayer on Mount
Olivet-Cave of Jeremiah-Prison of Zedekiah
Bethany—Valley of Jehoshaphat_Sepulchre of the
kings--Monastery of the Cross—Tombs of the
prophets and the Sanhedrim--Conversation with
priests—Preparation for journeying—Visit to the
Dead Sea-River Jordan-Jericho--Apple of Sodom
-Intercourse with Jews, and various Christian sects
-Mount Moriah-Pentecost of Oriental Christians,

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Journey to the principal cities in the north part of Syria,

residence at Jaffa and Jerusalem, and final return to

Beyroot.

Way to Damascus—Approach to the city- View of it

- Population-Departure for Aleppo-Intense heat
-Alarms Uncomfortable condition at Shekhoon
Addition to the caravan-Arrival at Aleppo-Ex-
citement occasioned-Letter to Mr. Temple-Resi-
dence in the city-Visit to Antioch-Ruins of an
earthquake-Remnant of the church---Departure
for Tripoli–Thunder storm-Hospitality of a shekh
-Natural scenery-Difficulties at Lattakia--Water
passage to Tripoli attempted— Turkish insolence
Journey by land resumed-Severe storm encounter-
ed--Lodge in the mountains-Governor of Tartoos
- Turkish guide-Arrival at Tripoli--Return to

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