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Title:
A complete history of Algiers. To which is prefixed, an epitome of the general history of Barbary, from the earliest times: interspersed with many curious passages and remarks, not touched on by any writer whatever.
Author:
Morgan, J., active 1739.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
London : Printed by J. Bettenham for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, M.DCC.XXXI, 'XXVIII.
Physical Description:
vi, iii-vii, 27 unnumbered pages, 680 pages, 24 unnumbered pages ; 26 x 21 cm
General Note:
The second part has a special t.p.: A complete history of Algiers, and its territory; from the tie of its being possessed by the Turks. Printed in the year, MDCCXXVIII. (p. [209-210])

Appended: Articles of peace and commerce, between ... Charles II ... and ... the basha, dey, and aga, governors of ... Algiers in Barbary: concluded by Arthur Herbert ... April 10. o.s. 1682. With the few alterations made and included at the renewal thereof, in 1686 ...--Articles of peace and commerce, between the Most Sacred Majesty George ... and ... Ali, basha; Hassain ben Ali, bey; Cara Mustafa, dey; the aga, and the Diwan of the ... city of Tunis, and the whole body of the militia of the said kingdom; renewed and concluded, A.D. 1716, by John Baker ... --Articles of peace and commerce, between His Most Sacred Majesty George ... and ... Mahamet, bey; Yusouf, dey; Shaaban, rais; the Diwan, and the rest of the officers and people of ... Tripoly; renewed, concluded and ratified this 19th day of July 1716, by John Baker ...
Language:
English
Format :
Book