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FROM GHAT TO MOURZUK.
sensible to the Cold.-Well of Tasellam.-Saharan
Huntsman.-Atmospheric Phenomenon.—My Adventure at
the Palace of Demons.—Denham and Oudney's Account of
the Kesar Jenoun.- The Genii of Mussulmans. Desert
Pandemonium compared with that of Milton.-Coasting
the Range of Wareerat or Taseely.-Soudan Species of
Sheep.-Soudan Parrot.- The Lethel Tree.- The Tholh,
or Gum-Arabic Tree.-Falling of Rain in The Desert.-
Oasis of Serdalas.-My Companions of Travel. Weather
Hot and Sultry.-The Slaves bear up well.-- The Ship of
The Desert.-Extremes of Cold and Heat.-Mausoleum of
Sidi Bou Salah.-Serdalas, a neglected Oasis.—The Sybil
of The Sahara. -Death and Burial of two Female Slaves.-
Dirge on the Death of one of them, whipped at the point
of Death.-Power of the Sun in Sahara.--Desert Mosques 224
FROM GHAT TO MOURZUK,
Another Range of Black Mountains.—Habits of She-Camels
when having Foals. - Our Mahrys. - Intelligence of my
Nagah.-Geology of Route.- Arrive at the Boundaries of
Ghat and Fezzan.— The Moon-Stroke.—Sudden Tempest.
-Theological Controversy of The Shereef.- Wars and
Razzias between the Tibboos and Touaricks.-Forests of
Tholh Trees.— The Shereef's opinion of the Touaricks.-
Dine with The Shereef.-Saharan Travellers badly clothed
and fed.--Style of making Bazeen.-Mode of Encamping.
-Cold Day, felt by all the Caravan.-Well of Teenabunda.
-Arrival in The Wady of Fezzan.-Meeting of the two
FROM MISRATAH TO TRIPOLI.
The Establishment of Signor Regini.Visit the Acting Kaed
of Misratah.—Shabby Conduct of Mehemet Pasha to
Regini.—Description of the Villages comprised withiu the
Jurisdiction of Misratah.-- Population and Condition of
the Jews in Misratah and Tripoli.- Regini sighs for the
honour of hoisting the Union Jack.- Village of Zeiten.
Leghma; and the tapping of the Date-palm.-Corn Fields
and Grain Culture in North Africa.-Manipulation.-Sahel
or Salhin; its splendid Gardens.— The Eastern Terminus
groups of Mount Atlas.—Ruins of Lebida; and other an-
cient Ruins.—Monosyllabic Old Moor.-Meet the Bey of
Misratah.-Wad Seid, and Plain of El-Jumr.- The Sand-
Storm.--Our Slaves' first sight of the Sea.-Said left be-