"I propose that you get us safely out of Cæsarea, or, if you prefer it, that we shall all die here in this grain-store, for, by whatever god you worship, Phoenician, before a hand is laid upon my mistress or me, this knife goes through your heart"
|Edition Name:||Pearl-Maiden: A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem - The Graphic, vol. 66, no. 1702|
|Published Date:||12 July 1902|
|Publisher:||The Graphic Office|
|Image Source:||University of Iowa|