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" Riley, who briefly wrote the circumstances of the loss of the ship, his captivity, &c. adding, " worn down to the bone by the most dreadful of all sufferings, naked, and a slave, I implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to... "
The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts - Page 276
by Lovell Augustus Reeve, John Mounteney Jephson, Shirley Brooks, Henry Christmas, George Augustus Frederick Fitzclarence (1st Earl of Munster) - 1817
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An Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig Commerce: Wrecked on ...

James Riley - Africa, North - 1817 - 460 pages
...letter, that could nof be written legibly on the first scrap. Having folded them up, I directed them to the " English, French, Spanish, or American consuls, or any Christian merchants in Mogadore or Swerah." I purposely omitted mentioning that we were Americans, because I did not know that there...
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Loss of the American Brig Commerce: Wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa ...

James Riley - Slavery - 1817 - 618 pages
...letter, that could not be written legibly on the first scrap. Having folded them up, I directed them to the " English, French, Spanish, or American consuls, or any Christian merchants in Mogadore or Swearah." I purposely omitted mentioning that we were Americans because I did not know that there...
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Loss of the American Brig Commerce: Wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa ...

James Riley - Africa, North - 1817 - 618 pages
...letter, that could not be written legibly on the first scrap. Having folded them up, I directed them to the " English, French, Spanish, or American consuls, or any Christian merchants in Mogadore or Swearah." I purposely omitted mentioning that we were Americans because I did not know that there...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 16

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1817
...implore your pity, aud trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in -vain.' The letter was addressed ' to the English, French, Spanish, or American Consuls, or any Christian Merchant* in Mogadore.' The anxiety of the captives may well be imagined. For seven days after Sidi...
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Remarkable Providences

Joseph Taylor - 1821 - 273 pages
...implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in vain." The letter was addressed, " To the English, French, Spanish, or American Consuls, or any Christian merchants in Magadore." The anxiety of the captives may be well imagined. For seven days after Sidi Hamet's departure,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volume 15

Anecdotes - 1826
...implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in vain." The letter was addressed, " To the English, French, Spanish, or American...merchants in Mogadore." The anxiety of the captives may be well imagined. For seven days after Hamet's departure, they were shut up in a yard during the day,...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 15

Anecdotes - 1826
...implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in vain." The letter was addressed, "To the English, French, Spanish, or American consuls, or any Christian merchants in Magadore." The anxiety of the captives may be \/ell imagined. For seven days after Hamet's deparf»re...
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The Percy Anecdotes, Revised Edition: To which is Added, a Valuable ...

Anecdotes - 1852
...implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in vain." The letter was addressed, "To the English, French, Spanish or American...merchants in Mogadore." The anx-iety of the captives may be well imagined. For seven days after Hamet's departure, they were shut up in a yard during the day,...
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Stories of Voyages: Being Authentic Narratives of the Most Celebrated ...

Voyages and travels - 1839 - 288 pages
...implore your pity, and trust that such distress will not be suffered to plead in vain." The letter was addressed, ' To the English, French, Spanish, or American Consuls, or any Christian merchant, in Mogadore.' The anxiety of the captives may be well imagined. For seven days after Harnet's...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Revised Edition, Volumes 1-2

Anecdotes - 1847
...they were shnt up in a yard during the day, whero cows, sheep, and ass^s, rested; and locked up all night in a dreary cellar. On the evening of the eighth day, a Moor came into the inclosure, and brought > letter from Mr. Wiltshire, the English Cousul, stating, that he had agreed...
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