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ALEXANDRIA TO ATHENS-LYCA BETTUS—Mars' HILL-TEMPLE OF THESEUS-
PROPYLEA ACROPOLIS TEMPLE OP JUPITER— CENCHRÆA-CORINTH-
RETURN TO SYRIA-CONSTANTINOPLE—THE PLAGUE--Assos—SMYRNA— Cos—
Works by the same Author.
1. GLEANINGS, ANTIQUARIAN AND PICTORIAL,
ON THE OVERLAND ROUTE,
Illustrated with 28 Steel Plates and Maps, and 23 Woodcuts. Recently published, in super-royal 8vo. price 168. handsomely bound in cloth gilt,
or 288. morocco elegant. “The present work is as excellent as his former productions, for its lively and picturesque narrative, and for the exquisite engravings by which it is illustrated."-Athenæum.
" It is unquestionably one of the most elegant volumes ever published. The letterpress gives an excellent historical account of Malta, with graphic sketches of travelling adventures, both at that place an
altar."-Atla “Should be in the hands of every person travelling by the Overland Route, as well as in every library in the kingdom with the least pretensions to completeness."—Observer.
in super-royal 8vo. price 16s. cloth gilt; 288. morocco gilt. “Of Mr. Bartlett's merits as a pictorial traveller we have frequently had occasion to speak in terms of high commendation. In the present work he has been eminently successful."-Athenæum.
On the track of the Israelites;
With 27 Engravings on Steel, a Map, and numerous Woodcuts. Fourth Edition, in super-royal 8vo. price 128. cloth gilt; morocco gi t, 218. “The author presents, in this volume, one of the most picturesque accounts of the route across the wilderness of sand we have ever read."-Morning Herald.
4. WALKS ABOUT JERUSALEM AND ITS ENVIRONS. Illustrated by 24 Steel Engravings, 2*Maps, and many superior Woodcuts.
New Edition, in super-royal 8vo. cloth gilt, 128.; morocco gilt, 218. "The volume is well got up in point of embellishments, and contains much valuable matter, with illustrations beautifully executed."-Church of England Magazine.
" It is very elegantly got up, and will be richly ornamental to the table of any drawing-room, library, or boudoir."—Wesleyan Association Magazine.
“We have at length, in this attractive volume, the desideratum of a complete picturesque guide to the topography of Jerusalem."-Patriot.
"Our impression is, that Jerusalem was never before so successfully delineated."- Evangelical Magazine.
FROM ACTUAL SURVEY,
IN EGYPT, ARABIA, AND PALESTINE. Illustrated by 17 Steel Engravings, 3 Maps, and 37 Woodcuts. Now ready,
price 4s. cloth gilt, post 8vo.
3 TulTny Tabere
Au forum ergo Dinge
Gulf of Ad
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The dotted line shows the supposed track of s! Paul's voyage from Cesaret to Rome
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Scale of English Miles
London: Hull Firtue.&
ALEXANDRIA TO JAFFA-WAR IN PALESTINE-ACRE-TYRE-SIDON-BEYROUT
-THE CEDARS-BAALBEC-DAMASCUS, &c.
SOME few years back, in the red and glowing haze of an Egyptian sunset, a party of Frank travellers stood upon the sandy shore of the harbour of Alexandria, surrounded by their heterogeneous packages, and awaiting the uprising of that evening breeze which was to waft them to the coast of Palestine. In those days Mediterranean travelling was very different from what it now is, steam-boats were not yet introduced, and the impatient pilgrim, with his imagination eagerly fixed upon the sacred localities of his religion, or the wonders of Egypt, had often to waste many weary days, or perhaps weeks upon the way, before he could attain the desired object. Such had been the case in the present instance. After long waiting to no purpose for an opportunity of proceeding to Jaffa, our party, in pure despair, had at length chartered a vessel to that port, and laid in a stock of provisions sufficient to last them the passage. With every preparation made, and impatience at its utmost stretch, the Arab captain still found each day some pretext, real or imaginary, for delaying his departure. Sometimes the wind was positively contrary; sometimes it was fair, but then either too strong or else too light; and it was only at a propitious juncture, when the steady land-breeze promised to carry us fairly to our destination in four-and-twenty hours, that the dilatory Reis at length arose,