He awaits, however, farther instructions from home at Beirut. ... when for safety we ordinarily leave the sultry and polluted air of the city, and seek security in the high and healthy mountain villages of Anti-Lebanon. ... Brother Paulding was attacked ; but he succeeded in arresting it in its earliest stage. ... The school was broken up, and we were interrupted in our regular studies. ... I arrived home from this, which in our country would be sheriffa#39;s business, on the first of the present month.
|Title||:||The Jewish Chronicle|