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" Shekb, who conducted us to Mount Sinai, rode upon a camel of this kind, and would frequently divert us with a token of its great abilities. "
Travels, Or Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant ... - Page 167
by Thomas Shaw - 1757 - 513 pages
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An Hebrew and English Lexicon: Without Points

John Parkhurst - Aramaic language - 1807 - 799 pages
...day, as one of their best horses will perform in eight or ten." [But this seems an exaggeration.] " It differs from the common camel, in being of a finer and rounder shape, and having upon it's- back a lesser protuberance." Shaw's Travels, p. 167, where sec more. "...
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A Harmony of the Four Gospels: in which the Natural Order of Each ..., Volume 1

James Macknight - Bible - 1809
...dromedaries, as in Esth. viii. • 1 0. The Shckh, who conducted us to mount Sinai, rode upon a camel mel of this kind, and would frequently divert us with...would depart from our caravan, reconnoitre another just in view, and return to us again in less than a quarter of an hour. It differs from the common...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 15

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1814
...Gastulia, and the more fouthern parts, difpatched upon dromedaries, asinEfth. viii. 10. The ihekh, who conducted us to Mount Sinai, rode upon a camel...the common camel, in being of a finer and rounder ihape, and in having upon its back a lefler protuberance. This fpecies (for the former, аз rarely...
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Illustrations of the holy Scriptures, Volume 1

George Paxton - 1825
...reconnoitre another just in view, and return to them again in less than a quarter of an hour." The dromedary differs from the common camel, in being of a finer and rounder shape, and in having upon its back a smaller protuberance. This species (for the former seldom deviating...
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Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: Derived Principally from the Manners ...

George Bush - Bible - 1839 - 656 pages
...another from his secrecy, says, " My hook is not sufficient for that fellow."— ROBERTS. The dromedary d sufficient influence to procure them a handsome offering, an shape, and in having upon its back a smaller protuberance. This species (for the former seldom deviating...
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A Survey of the Holy Land: Its Geography, History, and Destiny

J. T. Bannister - Bible - 1844 - 563 pages
...images she had stolen from her father. (Gen. xxxi. 34.) That species of camel called the dromedary, differs from the common camel, in being of a finer and rounder shape, and in having upon its back a smaller protuberance. It is chiefly remarkable for its amazing...
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Notes: critical, explanatory, and practical on the book of the ..., Volume 2

Albert Barnes - Bible - 1854
...over as much ground in one day as one of their best horses will perform in eight or ten. The Shiekh who conducted us to Mount Sinai rode upon a camel of this kind, and would frequently divert us with an instance of its great abilities. For he would depart from our caravan, reconnoitre another just...
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The biblical museum. Old Testament, Volume 4

James Comper Gray - 1878
...Of feeble people it is said, ' they have short hands. "d The /took in tlie nose. — The dromedary differs from the common camel in being of a finer and rounder shape, and in having upon its back a smaller protuberance. This species (for the former, seldom deviating...
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