The Sultan made over to his viceroy all of Syria and a part of Adana.
When we arrived at Adana at 4.30 there was great excitement on the thronged platform.
We were detained at Adana three days and a half, to be purified, before proceeding further.
Consequently, Adana is a city of wood, totally unlike Tarsus.
At Adana, where they did not keep such a close look-out, the fast had not commenced.
He was in rags—had worked his way overland somehow from Adana.
At the station, soldiers are turning back the Armenians who have managed to slip into trains at Adana and Tarsus.
The ladies find Adana the most charming and delightful spot in Turkey.
Armenians who try to escape from the Adana butcher's pen are hauled before the court-martial.
Adana has often been the theatre of frightful convulsions and rebellions.