Sequel to Riley's Narrative: Being a Sketch of Interesting Incidents in the Life, Voyages, and Travels of Capt. James Riley, from the Period of His Return to His Native Land, After His Shipwreck, Captivity, and Sufferings Among the Arabs of the Desert, as Related in His Narrative, Until His Death
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Africa Algerines Algiers American appearance Arabian Arabian horses Arabs arrived Atlas Barbary bashaw beautiful boat brig built called camels Capt captain caravanserai cargo carried Christian coast commercial Consul court crew Delavanta desert Emperor entered feet high France French fruit garden gate Gibraltar Governor guards honor horses hundred immense Imperial inhabitants JAMES RILEY Jew merchants Jews JOHN FORSYTHE JOHN TIPTON land leagues Leib letter loaded Marseilles Mediterranean Sea ment miles Millah Mogadore Montpelier Moorish Moors morning Morocco mountains mounted mules narrative nearly officers passed plain port Port Vendre present received returned Riley's river rode sailed sent servant ship shore side Sidi Hamet silk soon Spain Spaniards Spanish square stone stream Sultan Swearah Tangier terrace tion Tombuctoo took town trade treaty trees United vessel voyage walls wheat whole Willshire Willshire's yards York