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1874. P. Satwornitzki: Erinnerungen an d. Besuch d. heil. 3305 Stätten (D. Kirchl. Bote 1875, No. 38); russisch.

1874. D. Schustek: Reise über die Türkei u. Aegypten in d. heil. Land, Thur, St. Marton, 1874, 48 pp., 8o; Petermann, Mitth. 3306 1875, 78 (slavon.).

1874. Smaragda: 1. Aufklärung d. heil. Ansichten v. Jerusalem u. Palästina, Kaluga, Gouvern. Druckerei, 1878, 57 pp., 8o.

2. Gedanke bei d. Verehrung d. heil. Stätten Jerusalems, ibid. 1878, 3307 48 pp., 80. Russisch.

1874. Viscountess Strangford: Egyptian Sepulchres and 3308 Syrian Shrines, including a Visit to Palmyra, 1874, 8o.

1874. A. Thomson: 1. In the Holy Land, London-NewYork, Nelson, 1874, 376 pp., 8° || 1882, 8o. 2. Handbook of Scrip

ture geography, New-York, Putnam, 1875, 8°. 3. Home life in an3309 cient Palestine, New-York, Nelson, 1878, 8o.

1874. 0. Türk: Pilgerfahrt nach Jerusalem, Rom, Loretto u. 3310 Assisi, Biberach 1874, 232 pp., 80.

1874. Aleppos Handel u. Schifffahrtsbewegung in Alexan3311 drette 1874 (Preuss. Handelsarchiv 1875, No. 40).

1874. Besuch in Bethlehem 1874 (D. heil. Land 1876, XX, 3312 5—12).

1874. Biblische Naturgeschichte für Schulen u. Familien, 3313 Calw 1874 || Stuttgart, Steinkopf, 1875, IV, 308 pp., 8 Edit., 8o.

1874. Die Capelle d. Geisselung zu Jerusalem (D. heil. Land 3314 1874, XVIII, 177-81).

1874. Die neuen Forschungen im Moabiterlande (Aus3315 land 1874, No. 47–9).

1874. En Nebî Daûd mit d. Abendmahlssaal (D. heil. Lana 8316 1874, XVIII, 111-3).

1874-5. B.: Reisenotizen einer Pilgerin zum heil. Grabe 3317 (D. Russ. Bote 1884, No. 3-5); russisch.

1874 ff. Selah Merrill: 1. Galilee in the time of Christ (Biblioth. sacra 1874, XXXI, 29-74) || als eigenes Werk (with an introduction by A. P. Peabody), Boston 1881, XIII, 159 pp., 8° (cf. Athenaeum 1882, 14 Jan.; Theol. Lit. Zeit. 25 Febr. 1882; Biblioth. sacra 1882, April) || London, Tract. Soc., 1885, 8° (Vol. VI of Bypaths of Bible Knowledge). 2. Lettres (PF. 1876, 47-55, 177–81; 1877, 150—4). 3. Palestine explorations (Athenaeum 1876, 15 July). 4. Identification of Succoth and Penuel (Bibl. sacra 1877, XXXIV, 742—55); cf. Athenaeum 1878, 12 Jan.; PF. 1878, 81–8. 5. Modern researches in Palestine (Bull. Amer. Geogr. Soc. 1877, IX, 109 -25); verkürzt in PF. 1879, 138–54. 6. Archaeologist's Reports (Am. Palest. Eplor. Soc. 1877, Stat. IV, 29—100). 7. East of Jordan, the Jordan valley, the cities of the slain, New-York 1877, 8o. 8. The American explorers in Palestine (Athenaeum 1877, 2 Jun.). 9. Syria in May (ibid. 1877, 7 Jul.). 10. Pilgrim Caravans in the East (Internat. Review 1878, 639—47). 11. Biblical Geography illustrating Bible history (Pilgrim Quarterly, Boston 1880–1, 7 Artikel). 12. East of the Jordan; a record of travel and observation in the country of Moab, Gilead and Bashan during the years 1875 -7, New-York, Ch. Scribners Son; London, Bentley and Sons, 1881, XV, 549 pp., 8° (cf. Athenaeum 1882, 14 Jan.; Bibl. sacra 1882, April; Petermann, Mitth. 1882, 63—4; Theol. Lit. Zeit. 1882, 12 Aug.) Il auch New-York 1883, 8°; darin: Amman, the Lava bed in the Lejah, Tell Shaihan, temple at Musmieh, interior of temple at M., peripteral temple at Kanawât, plan of the church at Edhra, temple at Suleim, ancient castle at Kunawat, temple at K., castle at Salchad, cathedral at Bozrah, mosque and reservoir at Bozrah, anteroom connected with the theatre at Bozrah, remains of two large public buildings perhaps temples at Bozrah, church and houses at Umm el-Jemal, es-Salt, Hyrcanus's palace at Arak el - Emir, roman road at Gadara, castle of Kaukab el-Hawa, natural bridge and hot spring north of Pella, Ayûn Mûsa, ruins on Jebel Mûsa, plan of the Mshita ruin, gate, interior view of Mshita, tower at M., plan of a temple at Amman, theatre of Gerash, triumphal arch at Gerash, temple of the sun at Gerash, plan of Mahneh, plan of Deir Alla and Tulûl edh-Dhahab, large theatre at Amman, ruin at Amman, ruined bridge of the Jordan near the mouth of the Jabbok, plan of the country explored by the American Palestine Exploration Society (Ostjordanland). 13. Climate and Rainfall in Palestine (Monthly Weath. Rev. War Dep., Washington 1881, XI). 14. Antiquities at Nablus (Athenaeum 1882, 4 Nov.). 15. The disappearance of ancient walls in Palestine (ibid. 1882, 11 Nov.). 16. Condition of Palestine (U. S. Consul. Reports, 1882, 408–11). 17. Tahtim Hodshi and Dan Jaan, 2 Sam., XXIV, 6 (Presbyter. Rev. 1883, 414

, -7). 18. Five parts of picturesque Palestine, New-York 1883, 8° 19. Sunday in Jerusalem (S. S. World 1883, XXIII, No. 9). 20. Large millstone on the Shittim plain (PF. 1883, 236–8). 21. The newly discovered church: St. Stephan in Jerusalem (ibid. 238—42; cf. La Terre Sainte 1883, 488, 608—12; D. heil. Land

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1883, 161–8). 22. Discoveries at Jerusalem (Americ. and Orient. Antiquarian 1884, VI, 46–52). 23. Temperance in Palestine (S. S. World 1884, XXIV). 24. Condition of Labor and the laboring classes in Palestine (U. S. Special Labor Reports 1884). 25. A puzzle in Josephus: two Gadaras or one? (PF. 1884, 237–40). 26. Fruit culture in Palestine (U. S. Consul. Rep., Washington 1884, No. 45; cf. Petermann, Mitth. 1885, XXXI, 148). 27. Jerusalem. Population, Religion, Poverty (Old Test. Student 1885, V, 97—103). 28. The site of Calvary (Andov. Rev. 1885, V, 483—8) || auch besonders unter demselben Titel, Jerusalem 1886, 8o. 29. Notes: a. A relic of the tenth legion called Fretensis (PF. 1885, 132–3) || b. The inscription at Arak el-emir (ibid. 133—4) || c. The stations of David's census officers (ibid. 134—37). 30. New discoveries in Jerusalem (ibid. 222-8). 31. Recent discoveries at Jerusalem (PF. 1886, 21-4). 32. On some newly found inscriptions (ibid. 72-3). 33. The natural history of Palestine (Athenaeum 1886, 10. Jul.). 34. Salt mountain of Palestine (Scientif. American 1886, Sept.; cf. Oesterr. Monatsschr. für d. Orient 1886, No. 12). 35. The discovery of the second wall and its bearing on the site of Calvary (Proc. of the Americ. Orient. Soc. 1887, May). 36. Birds of Palestine (Luncz, Jahrbuch, Jerusalem 1887). 37. Syro-Phoenicia and the land of Israel (The Sunday School Times, Philadelphia 1888, 7 Jan.). 38. The wine question in Palestine (ibid. 1888, 9 Juny). 39. Plan of new building near Jaffa gate (PF. 1888, 64—5). 40. The sea of Galilea (Sunday School Times, Philadelphia 1889, 9 Febr.). 41. The

Tell es-Salahiyeh monument (PF. 1889, 152). 42. Birds and animals 3318 new to Palestine (PF. 1890, 40–4).

1875. G. M. Adams: A Ride through the Holy Land, New 3319 York 1875, 8o.

1875. P. Baarts: 1. Briefe aus Beirut (Neueste Nachr. aus d. Morgenlande 1875, No. 83; 1876, No. 85–7; 1877, No. 91). 2. Das östliche Ufer des Sees von Tiberias u. des Jordans (ibid. 1876, No. 96). 3. Ueber die Lage in Syrien (ibid. 1878, No. 96). 4. Die Tropfsteinhöhlen d. Hundsflusses bei Beirut (ibid. 1879, No. 2). 5. Beirut (Aus allen Welttheilen 1881, XII, No. 12). 6. Abstecher in's gelobte Land (ibid. 1882, XIII, No. 8–12; 1883, XIV, No. 5—9). 7. Ein Ausflug zu den Cedern d. Libanon (Wochenblatt d. JohanniterOrdensballey Brandenburg 1883, No. 1–3). 8. Ein Besuch in

Baalbek (ibid., No. 13—4). 9. Syrien zur Zeit d. Kreuzzüge (ibid. 3320 1884, No. 44-5).

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1875. Benjamin Bausmann: Sinai and Zion, Philadelphia Ref. Ch. Pub., s. a. Auch deutsch: Sinai u. Zion. Eine Pilgerreise durch die Wüste nach d. gelobten Lande. Aus dem Englischen. Reading Pa.; Philadelphia, Schäfer u. Koradi, 1875, XVI, 448 pp., 8o.

1875. Jean Augustin Bost: Souvenirs d'Orient. Damas. Jérusalem. Le Caire, par le pasteur B., Paris, Sandoz et Fischbacher, 1875, 8o.

1875. Isabel Burton: 1. The inner life of Syria, Palestine and the Holy Land, London 1875, 2 voll., 8° || 2 Edition London, King, 1876, 2 voll., X, 376 u. 340 pp., 8o. || 3 Edition London 1879, 516 pp., 8° || 4 Edition ibid. 1884, 520 pp., 80.

1875. Léon Carré: L'ancient Orient, études historiques, religieuses et philosophiques, Paris, Lévy frères, 1875, 4 voll., 8° (vol. III Palestine).

1875. Isaac Erret: Walks about Jerusalem. A search after the landmarks of primitive Christianity, Cincinnati, Chase & Hall, 1875, 211 pp., 8° || St. Louis 1884, 8o.

W. Pembroke Fetridge: Harper's handbook for travellers in Europe and the East, New York 1874 || 1875 || auch 1879, 8o.

1875. de Fonclayer: Artésia (Bullet. de la société de géogr. juin 1875, IX, 622-40).

1875. Goodwell: Forty years in the Turkish Empire, New York 1875, 505 pp., 8o.

1875. Ch. Hamilton: Oriental Zigzag or wanderings in Syria, Moab, Abyssinia and Egypt, with illustrations by Fr. Wallis, London, Chapman et Hall, 1875, 308 pp., 80.

1875. Jago: Report on the trade and commerce of Beyrout whith notes upon the agriculture of Central and Northern Syria for the year 1874 (Report from H. M's Consul II, Trade Reports 1875, No. 4, 363_83; Petermann, Mittheil. 1875, 238).

1875. Kegel: Journal eines Pilgers nach d. heil. Lande, Pelplin, Roman, 1875, 405 pp., 8°, polnisch (Herr Prof. Dr. Liske). 3331

1875. H. H. Kitchener: 1. The Safed attack (PF. 1875, 195-6). 2. Reports (ibid. 1877, 70—2, 116–27, 165-78). 3. Topography of Palestine (Bullet, of the Americ. Geogr. Soc. 1878, No. 1). 4. Tombs of the Maccabees (PF. 1878, 74). 5. Recent discoveries at the Kala't Jalud, Jerusalem; Note on Tarichaea (ibid. 78–9). 6. Photographs taken in Galilee with descriptions (ibid.

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134–41). 7. Survey of Galilee (ibid. 159—75). 8. Note on Gaza (ibid. 199–200). 9. On the survey of Galilee (Geogr. magaz.

1878, 271). 10. Letter; Report (PF. 1884, 136—7; 302—21). 3332 Cf. Register.

1875. François Lacoste: Le glaneur sur le chemin de Jérusalem ou mon pèlerinage en Terre Sainte par l'abbé L., curé 3333 de Brochon, Dijon, J. Marchand, 1875, 522 pp., 8°.

1875. Henry John van Lennep: Bible Lands. Their Modern Customs and Manners, New York 1875 || London 1876, 3334 2 voll., 8°.

1875. Létard: 1. Tableaux évangeliques et topographiques des lieux .. de Notre Seigneur d'après la tradition et l'ordre chronologique des Evangiles 1875, 2 voll., 8°. 2. Bethléem (La Terre

Sainte 1875, No. 11). 3. La montagne de la Quarantaine (ibid. 3335 1878, No. 63).

1875. H. Loehnis: 1. Drei Monate im Orient (Aegypten u. Palaestina), London, A. Siegle, 1874, XII, 298 pp., 8°. 2. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse einer Informationsreise in die Levante am Bord des Dampfers Lucifer“ Octob. u. Nov. 1881, Leipzig, O.

Wigand, 1882, XV, 261 pp., 80. 3. Beiträge zur Kenntniss d. Le3336 vante, ibid. 1882, XIII, 153 pp., 8°.

1875. B. London: Eisenbahnverbindung d. Mittelmeers mit 3337 Damascus (Oest. Monatsschr. 1875, No. 7).

1875. James Mac Cabe: Pathways in the Holy Land; or Palestine and Syria, with account of Jerusalem, Nazareth etc., Phila3338 delphia 1875, 8o.

1875. J. Mordtmann: 1. Neue Beiträge zur Kunde Pal. myras (Münchener Sitzungsber. 1875, II, 88 pp.). 2. Beiträge zur Inschriftenkunde Syriens (ZDPV. 1884, VII, 119-24; 1885, VIII,

67–8). 3. Zur Topographie d. nördl. Syriens aus griech. In3339 schriften (ZDMG. 1887, XLI, 302–7).

1875. J. Paulus: Das heil. Land. Nach eigner Anschauung, Stuttgart, Levy u. Müller, 1875, 8o. (Aus: Jugend- u. Volksbiblio3340 thek No. 6).

1875. J. M. Peebles: Around the World; or travels in Polynesia, China, India, Arabia, Egypt, Syria and other heathen 3341 Countries“, Boston, Colby & Rich, 1875, 414 pp., 80.

1875. Perry-Fogg: Eine Reise nach Aegypten, Arabien, Klein-Asien u. Persien, russisch übersetzt aus d. Englischen v. Bo3342 risgowskaja, St. Petersburg, Frankel, 1876, 295 pp., 8o.

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