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What We Saw in Egypt

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Anonymous travelogue first published around 1900 by The Religious Tract Society. The book begins: "The welcome cry of "Suez! Suez!" resounded throughout the steamship Bentinck one November morning. The passage up the Red Sea had been rough, and every one was glad to exchange the rolling and pitching of the vessel for land travelling. The railway between Cairo and Suez was ...more
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Published April 1st 2011 by B&R Samizdat Express (first published September 19th 2010)
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Sarah Carr
Exactly what you'd expect from a load of missionary types making a nuisance of themselves amongst the "heathen Mohammedans"
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