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Barbarian cruelty. Being a true history of the distressed condition of the Christian capitol under the tyranny of Mully Ishmael Emperor of Morocco, and King of Fez and Macqueness in Barbary. : In which is likewise given a particular account of his late wars with the Algerines. The manner of his pirates taking the Christians and others. His breach of faith with Christian princes. A description of his castles and guards, and places where he keeps his women, his slaves and negroes. : With a particular relation of the dangerous escape of the author, and two English men, more from thence after a miserable slavery of ten years. / By Francis Brooks.

 
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dc.contributor.author Brooks, Francis.
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dc.date.created 1700
dc.date.issued 2006-02
dc.identifier ota:N00751
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/N00751
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12024/N00751
dc.description.abstract "December 8. 1692 Inprimatur, Edmund Bohun."--p. [2].
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Pirates -- Captivities.
dc.subject.lcsh Africa, North -- History -- 1517-1882.
dc.subject.lcsh Captivity narratives.
dc.title Barbarian cruelty. Being a true history of the distressed condition of the Christian capitol under the tyranny of Mully Ishmael Emperor of Morocco, and King of Fez and Macqueness in Barbary. : In which is likewise given a particular account of his late wars with the Algerines. The manner of his pirates taking the Christians and others. His breach of faith with Christian princes. A description of his castles and guards, and places where he keeps his women, his slaves and negroes. : With a particular relation of the dangerous escape of the author, and two English men, more from thence after a miserable slavery of ten years. / By Francis Brooks.
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identifier.stc Wing B4973A
otaterms.date.range 1700-1799

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