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CANTERBURY: August 1889.
Phœnicia--Origin of the name--Spread of the name southwards--Real length of Phœnicia along the coast--Breadth and area--General character of the region--The Plains--Plain of Sharon--Plain of Acre--Plain of Tyre--Plain of Sidon--Plain of Berytus--Plain of M