A journey to Damascus through Egypt, Nubia, Arabia Petraea, Palestine, and Syria: By Viscount Castlereagh [d. i. Frederick William Robert Stewart Londonderry]. With illustr. from orig. drawings. In 2 vol, Volume 2
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