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No. 1. Source of the Scamander in the Heights of Ida, from a drawing made

on the spot by Preaux, etched by Lætitia Byrne To face the Title. 2. Janissary in full uniform

To face page 30 3. Dervish, or Priest of Turkey, from a drawing by Fauvel of Athens, engraved by Cooper

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4. View of the Hippodrome at Constantinople, (from a drawing made on

the spot by Preaux, etched by Lætitia Byrne,) shewing the Obelisk
and Delphic Pillar, &c.

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5. Aïanteum, or Tomb of Ajax, from a drawing by J. B. Lusieri of
Athens, etched by Lætitia Byrne

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6. Tepid Springs near Bonarbashy, etched by L. Byrne from a design
by Preaux

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7. Küchûnlů Tépe, a natural mound at the foot of Mount Gargarus, on

which are ruins of Temples and Baths; also a distant View of that
Mountain, from a drawing by Preaux, etched by L. Byrne

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8. Remains of a Temple of Jupiter Liberator upon Küchûnlů Têpe at the
foot of Gargarus, by the same artists

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9. Remains of Public Balneæ at Alexandria Troas, by the same

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10. Straits of Samos, as seen from the South, looking towards the N. E.
from a design by the Author, etched by L. Byrne

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11. Distant View of the Isle of Patmos, and of the Monastery of the

Apocalypse upon the Heights, from a drawing by the Author, etched
by L. Byrne

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12. View of Cnidus, at the distance of two leagues from the Coast, taken
by the Author in sailing from Cos to Rhodes, etched by L. Byrne

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No. 13. Plan of Cnidus by J. B. S. Morritt, Esq. engraved by Neele, To face p. 216 14. Islands of Telo, Rhodes, and Scarpanto, as seen in the voyage from

Cos to Rhodes, with the bearings accurately marked, from sketches
made by the Author

220
15. View of the Town and Harbour of Rhodes, from a drawing by Preaux
of Constantinople, etched by Letitia Byrne

224 16. Gulph of Glaucus in Asia Minor, with the Mountain barrier between

Caria and Lycia, the Genoese Island, &c. &c. from a drawing by
the Author, etched by L. Byrne

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17. Remains of a magnificent Theatre at Telmessus; drawn by the Author
on the spot, and etched by L. Byrne

236 18. Principal and central Portal of the Theatre at Telmessus, drawn by the Author, etched by L. Byrne

236 19. Tomb of Helen, daughter of Jason, a woman of Telmessus ; shewing

the form and colossal size of the antient Soros or Sarcophagus ;

from a design made on the spot by the Author, etched by L. Byrne - 244 20. Map of the Country between Aboukir and Alexandria in Egypt;

shewing the Landing-place of the British Troops, &c. &c. from
an actual survey made by an Officer ; engraved by Neele

272 21. Order of Battle under General Sir Ralph Abercrombie, previous to

the landing of the British Troops in 1801 ; engraved by Neele from

an original authentic document, obtained by the Author in Egypt 274 22. Disposition of landing the Subdivision of the Reserve, or “First

Division of Landing,” under the Command of Captain Larmour 278 23. Map of the Rosetta Branch of the Nile, shewing the situation of the

French Forces previous to the Capture of Rosetta by the British
Army in 1801 ; from an actual survey by a British Officer, engraved
by Neele

290 24. The whole Range of Mount Carmel, as it appears at the distance of

eleven leagues, in the approach to the Coast of Syria from Egypt,
taken by the Author in latitude 32o. 40

360 25. Bay of Acre, and Coast of Syria, as seen June 28, 1801, from the Romulus Frigate

362 26. View of the Town of St. John D'Acre, upon the coast of Syria;

shewing the situation of the Tigre and the Theseus during its me-
morable siege ; from a drawing made by the Author upon the deck
of the Romulus Frigate; etched by L. Byrne

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27. Mount Carmel, upon the south side of the Bay of Acre, at the distance

of twelve miles ; sketched by the Author from the deck of the

Romulus Frigate, while at anchor in the Bay - To face p. 388 28. Copy of an antient Painting found among the Ruins of the Church of Sephoury, or Dio Cæsarea, in the Holy Land

410 29. View of Nazareth, in the approach from Sephoury; etched by L. Byrne from a sketch made by the Author on the spot

426 30. View of the Lake of Gennesareth, or Sea of Galilee, taken, in the

approach to Tiberias from Cana, by the Author ; etched by
Letitia Byrne

462 31.

Plan of Jerusalem, as adapted by the Author to its topographical
illustration; engraved by Neele

552 32. Bethlehem, with the Monastery covering the Cave of the Nativity;

etched by L. Byrne, from a drawing made on the spot by the Author - 616 33. General Outline of the Author's Route

for the end of the Volume.

* The Binder is cautioned, in cutting the edges, to leware of injuring

the Plates.

LIST OF THE VIGNETTES.

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No. 1. Portrait of Manuel Palæologus, taken from an antient manuscript;

shewing a similarity between the fashion observed by the Greek

Emperors, and the ordinary costume of a Turkish Grandee 2. View of Constantinople, taken from the palace of the Swedish

Minister at Pera, by W. Gell, Esq. 3. The Tumulus of Æsyetes, as it appears from the Hellespont opposite

to the naval station of the Greeks 4. Map of the Simoïsian Plain ; as illustrating the Author's observations

upon the Plain of Troy 5. Modern Vehicle used in Troas; corresponding with the account given

by Homer of the Antient Car with its wicker chest; etched by

Mrs. Edward Clarke, from a sketch made by Preaux
6. Subterraneous Chambers at Alexandria Troas, from a drawing by

Preaux

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No. 7. Sigean Promontory, with the Tombs mentioned by Strabo, from a

sketch made by the Author
8. Chart of the Gulph of Glaucus in Asia Minor, with the Road and

Anchorage for Shipping, from the Author's actual survey
9. Doors of the Theatre at Telmessus in Asia Minor ; preserving a simi-

larity to the Phænician architecture of Stonehenge in Wiltshire
10. Portrait of General Menou; taken from life, by the Author, in Egypt
11. Cyprus, looming at Sun-set, as it was descried by the Author in the

Voyage from Egypt 12. Signet of one of the Ptolemies, as found in Cyprus 13, Very antient Scarabæan Signets, as found in Cyprus 14. Antient Phænician Silver Medal, found among the Ruins of Citium 15. Medals of Ace and Sidon 16. Interior of the Cavern at Nazareth, shewn as the dwelling-place of

Joseph and Mary 17. Buccinum Galilæum, a new species of shell discovered by the Author in

the Sea of Galilee 18. Mount Thabôr, as seen in crossing the Plain of Esdraelon 19. Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem, from Doubdan 20. Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, from Le Bruyn 21. Arab of the Holy Land exhibiting feats of dexterity performed by a

Goat

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N.B. The Vignettes, although not wholly, are principally erecuted by two female artists, Letitia and ELIZABETH Byrne, in the same style of highly-finished etching as that displayed in many of the larger Plates.

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GENERAL STATEMENT OF CONTENTS.

Church of St. Sophia-Other mosques of Constantinople-- Dance of the Der-

vishes-Howling dervishes-Cursory observations- Bazar of the booksellersGreek

ManuscriptsExercises of the Athleta-Hippodrome-Obelisk-Delphic pillar.

CHAP. III.

P. 59.

FROM CONSTANTINOPLE TO THE PLAIN OF TROY.

Arrival of an American Frigate-Departure from Constantinople-DardanellesSitua-

tion of Sestus-Dismissal of the Corvette-Visit to the PachaVoyage down the

Hellespont —— Appearance caused by the waters of the Mender - Udjek Tépe.

Koum Kalé.

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