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CHAP. LXX.

Of Collose and the Lycus Rise of the Mæander and the Marsyas–Ce-

lænæ— Apamea Cibotos-Course of the Mæander-Apamea subject to
earthquakes-Rout of Xerxes into Lydia .................... 27

...........

| CHAP. LXXII.

We are embroiled at Hierapolis-Retire to our tent--Fly-Ford the

Mæander-Our comác or resting-place-Booths of the Turcomang

Ruins of Tripolis-Its bistory--Arrive at Bullada............... 279

CHAP. LXXIII.

Our mode of living-Mount Tmolus—The region named Catakekaymene

-The river Hermus-We arrive at Ala-shahir, or Philadelphia .... 283

CHAP. LXXIV.

Of Philadelphia-Its modern history-The present town—A mineral

spring, and the supposed wall of bones-Disuse of the Greek tongue-

Civility of the people--News of the plague--We arrive at Sardes.... 286

CHAP. Lxxv.

Of Sardes—Taken by Cyrus—The town burnt by the Ionians—Surrenders

to Alexander-Suffers from an earthquake-Its later history--The-

| CHAP, LXXIX.

We re-gain the road to Magnesia- The weather-At Durguthli--To Mount

Sipylus-Of the city Sipylus and Sale-To Magnesia-Of Niobe.... S05

....... 308

CHAP. LXXX. .

History of Magnesia—The present town--The royal mosques-A

mausoléum—The castle of the Hyllus ..........

... . . . . CHAP. LXXXI.

Our embarrassment-Insecurity at Magnesia- The plague at Thyatira

-We set out for Smyrna--At Hadgilar-At Sedicui A Greek.... 310

CHAP. LXXXII.

Of Sedicui—Manner of watering the gardens-An engine—The moun-

tain-Our house-Provisions--Our market man-Misconduct of a ser-

vant–Our manner of living—The tettix-The weather-An earthquake 314

CHAP. LXXXIII.

Beginning of the plague-Some accidents-Its fury-Its probable cause

How communicated-Not pestilential, or in the air--Uncontrouled

-Infatuation of the Turks ................................ 32

CHAP. LXXXIV.

Duration of the plague--It appears at Sedicui-Its cessation-We

return to Smyrna---Prepare to leave Asia ...................... 325

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