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" ... abstinence. The greatest part of the inhabitants were without the ramparts guarding the town, and the rest of the Moors, instead of being seen sitting on their terraces, were, by their fears and the Bashaw's orders, retired within their houses. In... "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 222
by Miss Tully - 1819
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 86, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1816
...ramparts, guarding the town. In the streets no objects were visible but the townguard, with tlieir hungry pack of dogs prowling about in vain for some...strolling victim to repay them for their vigilance. Frequent parties of Moorish horsemen and foot-soldiers vie distinctly saw, by thi- light of the moon,...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1818
...were, by their fears and the Bashaw's orders, retired within their houses. In the streets no object* were visible but the town guard with their hungry...strolling victim to repay them for their vigilance. Near ns, not a sound broke upon the ear but that of the slow-swelling wave that washed the walls of the...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 16

Religion - 1818
...but the town guard witU their hungry .pack or' dogs, prowling about in vain for some strolling vinim to repay them for their vigilance. Near us, not a...of the slow-swelling wave that washed the walls of tbe town; while, at a great distance on a calm sea, the white sails of the passing vessels were distinctly...
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