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" In moving with a whole nation, the march may well be supposed to have occupied three days; and the bitter well at Marah, which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly with that of Howara. This is the usual route to Mount Sinai; and was probably, therefore,... "
Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827 - Page 213
by Richard Robert Madden - 1829
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 22

1823
...Moses, corresponds exactly with that of Howara. This is the usual route to Mouut Sinai, and was probably that which. the Israelites took on their escape from...other road of three days' march in the .way from Suez towards Sinai ; nor is there any other .well absolutely bitter on the whole of Um coast, a* .618 •...
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Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825 ..., Volume 2

Richard Robert Madden - Egypt - 1830
...well be supposed to have occupied three days in the march: and the bitter well at Marah, which wag sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly with that...on the whole of this coast as far as Ras Mohammed." As I could not proceed beyond the valley of Jlmara, I was forced to content myself with learning from...
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The Modern Traveller: A Description, Geographical, Historical, and ..., Volume 9

Josiah Conder - Voyages and travels - 1831
...which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly to that of Howara. This is the usual route to Mount Sinai, and was probably, therefore, that which the...other road of three days' march in the way from Suez towards Sinai; nor is there any other well absolutely bitter on the whole of this coast, as far as...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review

Religion - 1832
...which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly to that at Howara. This is the usual route to mount Sinai, and was probably, therefore, that which the...provided it be admitted that they crossed the sea at Suez, as Niebuhr, with good reason, conjectures. There is no other road of three days' march in...
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Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825 ..., Volume 2

Richard Robert Madden - Egypt - 1833
...which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly with that of Howara. ROUTE OF THE ISRAELITES. 147 This is the usual route to Sinai, and was probably...on the whole of this coast as far as Ras Mohammed." As I could not proceed beyond the valley of Amara, I was forced to content myself with learning from...
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The History of Arabia: Ancient and Modern ...

Andrew Crichton - Arabian Peninsula - 1834
...which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly with that of Howara. This is the usual route to Mount Sinai, and was probably, therefore, that which the...Egypt ; provided it be admitted that they crossed the gulf near Suez, as Niebuhr with good reason conjectures. There is no other road of three days' march...
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Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: Derived Principally from the Manners ...

George Bush - Bible - 1839 - 656 pages
...which was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly to that at Howara. This is the usual route to Mount Sinai, and was probably, therefore, that which the...on their escape from Egypt, provided it be admitted thai they crossed tne sea at Suez, as Niebuhr, with good reason, conjectures. There is no other road...
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The Biblical Geography of Asia Minor, Phoenicia, and Arabia

Ern. Frid. Car Rosenmüller - Arabian Peninsula - 1841 - 363 pages
...was sweetened by Moses, corresponds exactly with that of Howara.163 This is the usual route to Mount Sinai, and was probably, therefore, that which the...provided it be admitted that they crossed the sea near 161 Loc. cit. p. 472. HW.9 102 ^lD- The corresponding Arabic name is S-»K te the Bitter (Fountain)....
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The Natural History of the Fishes of Guiana: Part I.-[II.]

Robert Hermann Schomburgk - Fishes - 1843 - 197 pages
...the bitter well at Marah corresponds exactly with that of Howara. This is the usual route to Mount Sinai, and was probably therefore that which the Israelites...Egypt ; provided it be admitted that they crossed the Red Sea near Suez, as Niebuhr (the Danish traveller) with good reason conjectures. There is no other...
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A Concise Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Designed for the Use of ..., Volume 20

James Covel (jr.) - Bible - 1843 - 536 pages
...sulphate of magnesia,) that men cannot drink it; and even camels, if not very thirsty, refuse to taste it. There is no other road of three days' march in the way from Suez to Sinai, nor is there any other well absolutely bitter on the whole of this coast. In moving with a whole nation, the march may well...
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