A Journey from Aleppo to Damascus: With a Description of Those Two Capital Cities, and the Neighboring Parts of Syria; to which is Added, an Account of the Maronites Inhabiting Mount Libanus, &c., Also, the Surprising Adventures and Tragical End of Mostafa, a Turk
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