A voyage to Barbary, for the redemption of captives : performed (in 1720) by the Mathurin-Trinitarian Fathers, Fran. Comelin, Philemon de la Motte, and Jos. Bernard. Now first Englished from the French original. With lists of more than 400 Slaves ransomed (by the Royal Bounty of their late and present Majesties) from Mequeniz: Also very exact Draughts of that Place, Alcasar, Oran, and its Neighbourhood, with Maps, &c To which is subjoined, the history, ancient and modern, of Oran, &c. With a Journal of the Spaniards Procedure in those their recent African Conquests. The whole illustrated with Annotations Historical, Critical, and Explanatory

Main Author: La Motte, Philémon de
Format: eBook
Published: London printed, for Charles Corbett, without Temple-Bar; John Brindley, in New Bond street, John Jolliffe, in St. James's-Street, Thomas Boreman on Ludgate-Hill, and Samuel Baker, in Russel street, Covent-Garden 1735, MD.CC.CXXXV[1735]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:A reissue of the first edition, with a cancel titlepage, excision of the dedication and resetting of the drop-head title of sig. B1 of the main text. - A translation by Joseph Morgan of Philémon de la Motte's 'Voyage pour la redemption des captifs aux royaumes d'Alger et de Tunis', which was first published in English in the same year as 'Voyage to Algiers and Tunis, for the redemption of captives'. - English Short Title Catalog, T148818. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The 'Appendix. Being the history, ancient and modern, of Oran and Al-Marsa' with separate pagination and register
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([8],3-146;158p.,plates) maps 8°