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Morocco -- Social life and customs -- Early works to 1800

The history of the long captivity and adventures of Thomas Pellow, in South-Barbary. Giving an account of his being taken by two sallie rovers, and carry'd a slave to Mequinee, at eleven years of age: his various adventures in that country for the space of twenty-three years: escape, and return home. In which is introduced, a particular account of the manners and customs of the Moors; the astonishing tyranny and cruelty of their emperors, and a relation of all those great revolutions and bloody
Pellow, Thomas, b. 1704
London : Printed for R. Goadby; and sold by W. Owen, bookseller, at Temple-Bar, London, [1752?]

Location: 中央研究院

A true historicall discourse of Muley Hamets rising to the three kingdomes of Moruecos, Fes, and Sus The dis-vnion of the three kingdomes, by ciuill warre, kindled amongst his three ambitious sonnes, Muley Sheck, Muley Boferes, and Muley Sidan. The religion and police of the More, or barbarian. The aduentures of Sir Anthony Sherley, and diuers other English gentlemen, in those countries. With other nouelties
Cottington, R
At London : Printed by Thomas Purfoot for Clement Knight, and are to be sold at his shop in Paules Churchyard, at the signe of the Holie Lambe, An. Dom. 1609

Location: 中央研究院