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Wheat, when ripe in the Holy
Land, ii. 137. when in E-
gypt, ii. 264
Wilderness, what meant by it
in Scripture, i. 43. not.
of Sin, ii. 105, 338
Winds, which the most fre-
quent in Barbary, i. 248.
which bring rain, ib. ii. 127.
Etesian, or northern, not
the cause of the Nile's in-
undation, ii. 215
Wine, drunk to a great excess
by the Turks and Moors of
Tunis, i. 172. at Algiers
once excellent, i. 267
Wives, little regard paid to
them in Barbary, i. 432. do
all the drudgery of the fa-
mily, ib.
Worm, the eggs of the silk

worm how preserved, ii. 138
Woodcock, called by the
Moors the ass of the part-
ridges, i. 336
Women of Barbary always
veiled, i. 411. their head-
dress, ib. their eye-lids tin-
ged with lead ore, i. 412.
great beauties, i. 434. past
child-bearing at thirty, ib.
how they welcome the arri-
val of their guests, i. 435.
how punished, i. 457
Wood-riff, i. 213
Woojee-da, or Guagida, i. 43
Wool hasa, the Arabs, or Afri-
cans, i. 46
Woorgah, Arabs, i. 241
Wrestling among the Turks,

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ZAAB, the Zebe, i. 38. 113.

the extent and situation of
it, i. 139. its villages, i.
139, 142

Zaccone, oil of it, i. 147. note.
Zaggos, the mountains and salt
pits, i. 97

Zainah, the ruins of, i. 119
Zaine, river, the ancient Tus-
ca, i. 29. 112. 150. its sig-
nification, i. 112. the same
as the Barbar, i, 29
Zakoukit, what, i. 120. note.
Zalacus, Mons, i. 74
Zammorah, the town of, i.

118

Zeamah, river, i. 111
Zeckar mountain, i. 97
Zeidoure, the plains of, i. 69.
whence derived, ib.
Zenati, Arabs and river, i. 135
Zermoumeah, i. 325
Zeta, now Menzil, i. 220
Zeugitana regio, now the sum-

mer circuit, i. 150. 191
Zhoora, river, i. 105
Zibeeb, promont. i. 152, 156
Ziganeah, Arabs and moun-
tains, i. 129

Zin, the desert of, ii. 111
Zoan, land of, the same with
the land of Egypt, ii. 97.
lay at a distance from the

road

road which Jacob took into Zucchabari, i. 76

Egypt, ii. ss

Zour el Hamam, or pigeon's

island, i. 57

Zowan, Zow-aan, Zoow-wan,

or Zag-wan, the town, moun-
tain, and village, i. 168.190
Zowamoore, or Zimbra, the
Ægimurus, i. 156

Zung-gar, ruins and fountain,

i. 168

Zureike, serpent, or jaculus, i.

327

Zwowah, or Moorish soldiers,
i. 448

Zwowiah, who, i. 96. 123
Zygantes, i. 192.

PLATES

VOL. I.

MAP of the Western province of Algiers,
2. Map of the Southern province of Algiers,
3. Plan of the city and country round Algiers,
4. Map of the Eastern province of Algiers,
5. Sepulchral monument near Kasbaite, &c.

To face page

29

84

85

100

131

6. Map of the kingdom of Tunis,

147

7. City and port of Warran, or Oran,

150

8. Map of Carthage, Utica, and bay of Carthage,

153

9. Back front of three temples at Suffetula,

224

10. Ichneumon, sea urchin, &c.

324

11. Birds, Barbary locust, &c.

333

12. Music of the Bedoweens, Moors, and Turks,

371

373

13. Representation of a house in Barbary,

VOL. II.

14. Map of the coast of Syria, Phoenice, and the Holy

Land,

15. Part of Syria and Phoenice,

16. Plan of the city and country about Jerusalem,
17. View of the Mediterranean Sea, the Nile, the Red

Sea, Idumæa, &c. Pl. II.

9

ib.

38

41

18. Part of the Mediterranean Sea, &c. with the bounds

of the Holy Land,

19. Plan of the mud-walled villages on the Nile,
20. Extract of Dr Pococke's map of Egypt, &c. and
the Chrysanthine map, Pl. III. IV.

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21. Prospect of Mount Sinai from the port of Tor,
22. Map of the winds, and of the course in which St

63

ib.

81

106.

Paul's ship was driven,

131

23. The obelisk at Mattareah,

193

24. The embalmed bird, Egyptian mummies, &c.

210

25. The Ibis,

268

26. Li-

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