A detachment of the Legion, of which he was a member, was suddenly attacked by Arabs near Saida.
The distance from Saida to Beyroot is between twenty and twenty-five miles.
After some repose the host took me and the friends who had accompanied me from Soor and Saida to look about the town.
Numerous marble sarcophagi found in Saida are characterized by the confusion of style peculiar to Phnicia.
Its site is now occupied by a small fishing village, called Saida.
They fed, as a rule, on crustaceans, although in one bird were found parts of a Gadus Saida about 70 mm.
Now I consider Sidon, or rather Saida, to have been so called from its abounding with saidi or Saidan, viz.
Thence it is one day's journey to Saida, which is Sidon, a large city, p.29 with about twenty Jews.
Mr. Smith said that he'd keep the caff, and when he Saida thing he meant it!
The plain about Soor was rather barren of trees—this was one of its greatest defects—that of Saida is much better furnished.