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“ He caused me to pass by them round about, and behold there were very many
in the open valley, and lo! they were very dry.” Ezek. XXXVII. 2.

VOL. I.

SECOND EDITION.

EDINBURGH:

WILLIAM WHYTE & CO.

BOOKSELLERS TO THE QUEEN DOWAGER;

W. COLLINS, AND D. BRYCE, GLASGOW; W. MIDDLETON, DUNDEE ;
HAMILTON, ADAMS & CO., AND J. NISBET & CO. LONDON ;

W. CURRY & CO. DUBLIN.

MDCCCXLII.

Whatever profit may arise from the publication of this Narrative, will be appropriated to the Funds under the superintendence of the Committee of the General Assembly for the Conversion of the Jews.

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This work was undertaken at the desire of the Committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland for the Conversion of the Jews. The writers had only one object in view during their journey, namely, to see the real condition and character of God's ancient people, and to observe whatever might contribute to interest others in their cause. Desiring to keep this single object in view in their Narrative also, they have not recorded many particulars of importance in regard to the general history of the countries which they visited, except in so far as this was likely to forward their main design. The same reason, however, has led them to dwell somewhat minutely on the scenery of the Holy Land, and the manners of its inhabitants, because, any thing that may invest that land with interest, will almost necessarily lead the reader to care for the peculiar people who once possessed it, and who still claim it as their own. It is meant to be a plain narrative, so that the most unlearned reader, if only familiar with the Scriptures, may follow the writers in their visit to the lost sheep of the House of Israel.

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