A History of the Revolt of Ali Bey, Against the Ottoman Porte: Including an Account of the Form of Government of Egypt : Together with a Description of Grand Cairo and of Several Celebrated Places in Egypt, Palestine, and Syria : to which are Added, A Short Account of the Present State of the Christians who are Subjects to the Turkish Government, and the Journal of a Gentleman who Travelled from Aleppo to Bassora
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