Narrative of the massacres of Christians in Syria : dreadful sufferings of women, and children cut into shreds, and others beheaded in their mother's lap : villages pillaged and burnt : miraculous escape of a young English lady : priests devoured by dogs / numerous illustrations. by a French artist.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : H. Vickers, [1860?]
Description
8 p. : ill. (wood-engravings) ; 23 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
LebanonHistoryDruze and Maronite Conflict, 1860 [Browse]
Rare books genre
ChapbooksGreat Britain19th century [Browse]
Contained in
Multi-title collection including The Life and death, together with the extraordinary exploits of the redoubtable Gen. Havelock, first the deliverer, and afterwards the defender of Lucknow : from authentic sources, with Sir Colin Cambell's panegyric on him, and the queen's gratitude to his family and 37 other(s).
Notes
Caption title: The massacres in Syria.
With
No. 11 in vol. of 38 chapbooks with spine title: Penny chap book.
Binding note
Ex copy: In dark blue half-leather with blue marbled sides.
Source acquisition
Purchase; Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers; 2009.
Other title(s)
  • Massacres of Christians in Syria.
  • Massacres in Syria.
  • Penny chap book.
In
Multi-title collection including The Life and death, together with the extraordinary exploits of the redoubtable Gen. Havelock, first the deliverer, and afterwards the defender of Lucknow : from authentic sources, with Sir Colin Cambell's panegyric on him, and the queen's gratitude to his family and 37 other(s).
OCLC
601595187
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