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" Bona, there is the settlement of La Cala, where, as already noticed, the French had a large coral-fishery and a regular fort. The town, which bears the same name, is walled round, and has three gates ; the main street, which is well paved, divides the... "
Six Years Residence in Algiers - Page 431
by Elizabeth Broughton - 1840 - 452 pages
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Letters from the Mediterranean; containing a civil and political account of ...

Edward Blaquiere - 1813
...hundred fathoms. The town is walled round, and has three gates, the principal of which communicate with the country, and the other with the quay. The...Governor's house, various private buildings, large magazines, and several granaries for corn, a cattle mill, guard-house, barracks, cisterns, &c. Most...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1835 - 456 pages
...coral-fishery and a regular fort. The town, which bears the same name, is walled round, and has three gates ; the main street, which is well paved, divides the...longitudinally, and is about sixty feet wide. The buildings on each side consist of a church, a governor's house, private dwellings, granaries, guardhouse, and barracks....
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1837 - 343 pages
...coral-fishery and a regular fort. The town, which bears the same name, is walled round, and has three gates ; the main street, which is well paved, divides the...longitudinally, and is about sixty feet wide. The buildings on each side consist of a church, a governor's house, private dwellings, granaries, guardhouse, and barracks....
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 73

Families - 1842
...coral-fishery and a regular fort. The town, which bears the same name, is walled round, and has three gates ; the main street, which is well paved, divides the...longitudinally, and is about sixty feet wide. The buildings on each side consist of a church, a governor's house, private dwellings, granaries, guardhouse, and barracks....
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