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Historia dos Soberanos Mohametanos das primeiras quatro dyastias,
e de parte da quinta, que reinarao na Mauritania, escripta em Arabe por Abu-Mohammed Assaleh, e traduiza, e annotada por Fr. Joze de Santo Antonio Moura. Lisbon Typografia da Mesma Academia 1828
First edition. 4to, pp. [iv], 454, [iv (advertisements)]. A very good copy rebound in modern half calf over cloth boards; minor damp-staining along the lower fore-edge.
COPAC lists 3 copies (BL, Cambridge and Oxford)
Narrative of an Expedition from Tripoli in Barbary to the western Frontier of Egypt in 1817 by the Bey of Tripoli,
in Letters to Dr. Viviani of Genoa, with an Appendix containing Instructions for navigating the Great Syrtis. Translated from the Italian by Anthony Aufrere. London printed for John and Arthur Arch 1822
First English edition 8vo, pp. xv, 238, [ii (advertisements)], large folding engraved map, small woodcut illustrations in the text. A very good copy in the original boards, paper label on spine. Upper hinge torn. Very light foxing to some pages and map.
Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Sophia, on the 30th of May, 1819, on the Western Coast of Africa,
and of the Captivity of a part of the Crew in the Desert of Sahara. London: printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. 1822
First English edition 8vo, pp.[ii], 118, 7 aquatint plates, 3 folding, folding map. A very good copy bound in recent boards. Map lightly foxed. Some foxing to margins of text and some plates. Margins of a couple of plates a little frayed, not affecting plate surface.
Relation en forme de Journal, du Voiage pour la Redemption des Captifs, aux Roiaumes de Maroc & d'Alger.
Paris Louis Sevestre, Pierre-Francois Giffart 1726
First edition 8vo, pp.[ii], x, [viii], 364, xii, ; with a portrait frontispiece and 1 folding plate. A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, raised bands, spine decorated gilt in compartments. Rubbed at extremities.
Narrative of a Journey to Morocco, in 1863 and 1864,
with Geological Annotations. London T. Cautley Newby 1866
First edition 4to, pp.[xix], xii, 183, 24 (publisher's advertisements), 2 lithographic portraits and 4 tinted plates, one line engraved plate, errata slip tipped in. Original green cloth stamped in gilt and blind, all edges gilt. Bookplate of Norman Douglas Simpson. A very good bright copy.
An Account of the Empire of Marocco,
and the district of Suse: compiled from miscellaneous observations made during a long residence in, and various journies through, these countries. To which is added an accurate and interesting account of Timbuctoo, the great emporium of Central Africa. London Printed for the author by W. Bulmer & Co. 1809
First edition, 4to, pp.xvi, 287, [1, errata], 11 plates, 5 folding, 2 coloured, 2 maps, 1 folding. A very good copy bound in polished calf, neatly re-backed to style. Corners bumped. Occasional spotting and off-setting. Inner hinges strengthened with tape. Armorial bookplate of Sir Joseph Verdin.
1811: Fine presentation copy
An Account of the Empire of Marocco, and the districts of Suse and Tafilelt;
compiled from miscellaneous observations made during a long residence in, and various journies through, these countries. To which is added an account of Shipwrecks on the Western Coast of Africa, and an interesting Account of Timbuctoo, the great emporium of Central Africa. London Printed for the author by W. Bulmer & Co. 1811
Second edition, corrected, newly arranged, and considerably enlarged. Illustrated with improved maps and new engravings. 4to, pp., xvi, 328, portrait frontis, 12 plates, 6 folding, 1 partially coloured, 2 coloured folding maps. With 4 pages of printed reviews bound in. A very good copy bound in later half morocco, cloth boards. With letter from the author to John Silvester bound in.
The totall discourse, of the rare adventures,
and painefull peregrinations of long nineteene yeares travayles, from Scotland, to the most famous kingdomes in Europe, Asia, and Africa. London Nicholas Okes 1632
First edition Small 4to, pp. xiv, 507, ; woodcuts in the text. A good copy bound in later half calf over marbled boards. Occasional damp-staining. Lacking frontispiece.
see Blackmer 1021
Voyage du Sieur Paul Lucas, fait par ordre du Roi dans la Grece, L'Asie Mineure, Le Macedoine et L'Afrique.
ITome Premier contenant la Description de la Natolie, de la Caramanie, & de la Macedonie. Tome Second, contenant la Description de Jerusalem, de l'Egypte, & du Fioume: avec un Memoire pour servir a l'Histoire de Tunis, depuis l'annee 1684. Amsterdam aux depens de la Compagnie 1714
Second edition Two volumes, 12mo, pp. [xxx], 323, frontis, 8 plates, 4 folding, large folding map; [x], 328, frontis, 8 plates, 4 folding, folding map, large folding letterpress table; titles printed in red and black, Greek characters in the text. A very good set bound in contemporary sheep, rebacked, raised bands, a little rubbed at extremities. Ownership bookplates of Charles, Viscount Bruce of Ampthill on verso of title-pages. Large map torn without loss.
Atabey 732 (first edition); not in Blackmer, Broc or Howgego
Miscellaneous Translations from Oriental Languages.
London Oriental Translation Fund 1831
First edition Eleven titles bound in one volume, 8vo, pp , iv, 31; 68; 75; 90; 36; iv, 94; 42; 28; 30; 3; 9. A very good copy bound in recent half calf, marbled boards. Blind stamp of Wigan Public Library on title page.
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. London printed by J. Bettenham for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, 1731
First edition Two parts in one volume, 4to, pp.vi, [iii]-vii, [xxvii], 680, . Bound in contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with modern calf, corners worn. Armorial book-plate of Jeremiah Milles, D.D., on front pastedown. A very good copy.
Eben-Ezer: or, a small monument of great mercy,
appearing in the miraculous deliverence of William Okeley, William Adams, John Anthony, John Jephs, John -- Carpenter, from the miserable slavery of Algiers with the wonderful means of their escape in a boat of canvas; ... and the following Providence of God which brought them safe to England. London Printed for Nat. Ponder, at the Peacock in Chancery Lane 1675
First edition, small 8vo, pp.[vi], [xxv], 86, 83-, [vi (advertisements)], engraved frontispiece. Rebound in modern calf, trimmed to edge of text, lettered in gilt on spine, all edges gilt. Frontis & title lightly browned, occasional spotting. Overall a very good copy.
ESTC, R17324; Wing O-191
Récits de Campagne.
1833-1841. Publiés par ses fils Le Comte de Paris et le Duc de Chatres. Paris Calmann Lévy 1890
First edition, pp.xiv, 508, , 2 folding maps. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf, cloth boards. With bookplate "From the books of the Duchess of Cleveland", and Cleveland signature in ink. Later pencil ownership signature of Wilfred Blunt (1942).
A Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Oswego, on the Coast of South Barbary,
and of the sufferings of the master and the crew while in bondage among the Arabs; interspersed with numerous remarks upon the country and its inhabitants and the peculiar perils of that coast. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1818
First edition 4to, pp.xvi, 372. A very good copy in original boards. Minor wear to spine and corners.
The History of the Long Captivity and Adventures of Thomas Pellow, in South-Barbary.
Giving an account of his being taken by two Sallee Rovers, and carry'd a slave to Mequinez, at eleven years of age; his various adventures in that country for the space of twenty-three years; escape, and return home. In which is introduced a particular account of the manners and customs of the Moors ... [Bath] R. Goadby 
Second edition pp., 388. A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, later calf spine. Boards a little scuffed.
Loss of the American Brig Commerce, wrecked on the western Coast of Africa, in the month of August, 1815.
With an account of Tombuctoo, and of the hitherto undiscovered great city of Wassanah. London John Murray 1817
First edition 4to, pp.xvi, 618, folding map. A very good copy bound in recent half calf, marbled boards. Light foxing to map.