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Barbarian cruelty, or An accurate and impartial narrative of the unparallel'd sufferings and almost incredible hardships of the British captives belonging to the Inspector Privateer, Capt. Richard Veale, Commander, during their slavery under the arbitrary and despotic Government of Muley Abdallah, Emperor of Fez and Morocco, from January 1745-6, to their happy ransom and deliverance from their painful captivities, compleated in December 1750, by his Excellency William Latton, Esq., his Majesty's Plenipotentiary and Consul-General to the Emperor of Fez and Morocco
Troughton, Thomas.
The second edition.
London : Printed and sold by R. Walker, 1751.
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London : Printed and sold by R. Walker, 1751.
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Includes: A supplement to the Barbarian cruelty, or An authentic narrative of the sufferings of the British captives, belonging to the Inspector Privateer ... (56 p. at end); with separate t.p. and pagination.
The author of the narrative identified in the preface as Thomas Troughton, of Golden-Lane.
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Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2013 (Slavery, abolition & social justice)

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