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" With these numerous advantages of climate and soil, it is not surprising that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not... "
Travels through Syria and Egypt, in the years 1783, 1784, and 1785 ... - Page 321
by Constantin-François Volney - 1788
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Annual Register, Volume 29

Edmund Burke - History - 1789
...advantages of climate and of foil, it •Î! -not aftoniihing that Syria Ihould always have been eileemed a moft delicious country, and that the Greeks and...who was ac.quainted with both thefe provinces, being afeed to which he gave the •preference, replied, " Egypt, with" out doubt, is a molt beautiful *'...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1789
...Arabia. With thefe numerous advantages of climate and of foil, it is not artoniihing that Syria ihould always have been eftee.med a moft delicious country,...provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt. In mote modern times, alfo, a Pacha, who was acquainted with both thefe provinces, being alked to which...
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Annual Register, Volume 29

History - 1789
...advantages of climate and of foil, it is not aftonilhing that Syria iliould always have been ellcemed a meft delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the moft beautiful of tlieir provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt. In moie modern times, alfo, a Pacha, who...
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Evidence of the truth of the Christian religion, derived from the literal ...

Alexander Keith - 1835
...advantages of climate and soil, it is not astonishing that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt."" After having assigned...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 17

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1859
...advantages of climate and soil, it is not surprising that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt."* But there is another...
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Röhr's Historico-geographical account of Palestine: Researches in Palestine

Johann Friedrich Röhr, Smith Eli, Samuel Wolcott - History - 1843 - 338 pages
...advantages of climate and soil, it is not astonishing that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt." (Travels in Egypt and...
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The Christian Messenger and Family Magazine

Churches of Christ - 1846
...have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans Tanked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt." Some portions from the Old Testament were then cited, and Volney's travels read to show their fulfilment,...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 17

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1859
...have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Komans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt."* But there is another aspect of Palestine equally worthy of notice, and equally in accordance with the...
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The New Englander, Volume 17

Social sciences - 1859
...advantages of climate and soil, it is not surprising that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt."* But there is another...
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The Original Secession Magazine

Christian union - 1868
...advantages of climate and soil, it is not astonishing that Syria should always have been esteemed a most delicious country, and that the Greeks and Romans ranked it among the most beautiful of their provinces, and even thought it not inferior to Egypt." And Gibbon corroborates...
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