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Barbarian cruelty [electronic resource] : or, an accurate and impartial narrative of the unparallelled sufferings and almost incredible hardships of the British captives, belonging to the Inspector privateer, Capt. Rd. Veale, during their slavery under Muley Abdallah, Emperor of Fez and Morocco, from Jan. 1745-6, to their happy Deliverance, by the Bounty of King George II. administred by William Latton, Esq. Ambassador to Morocco, in December, 1750. Originally published by T. Troughton, of London; now republished by Timothy Le Beau, of Exeter, his fellow-sufferer, in that dreadful Captivity.
Troughton, Thomas.
imprint
Exeter : printed and sold (for the editor) by T. Brice, opposite the Elephant-Inn, North-Street, 1787.
description
260[i.e.256]p. ; 8⁰.
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imprint
Exeter : printed and sold (for the editor) by T. Brice, opposite the Elephant-Inn, North-Street, 1787.
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
citation/reference
English Short Title Catalog, T164358.
general note
Pages 193-196 omitted from numbering, although text and register are continuous.
Reproduction of original from John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
catalogue key
7524561

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