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ALGEIRS, SPAIN, &c. &c.
WITH A FAITHFUL AND INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF THE
AMONGST WHOM THE AUTHORESS RESIDED SOME TIME, AND
NITIES OF DISCOVERING AND APPRECIATING THEIR
CUSTOMS, CEREMONIES, PURSUITS,
WHICH NO HISTORIAN HAS BEFORE DETAILED, WITH A MINUTE.
NESS DUE TO THAT
EXTRAORDINARY AND INTERESTING RACE OF
ALSO A COPIOUS DESCRIPTION OF HER RESIDENCE IN
REMARKABLE EVENTS, ANECDOTES OF PERSONS,
PLACES, PRODUCE, &c.
“ The mind uptaught,
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THE Authoress of this humble work feels the difficulties with which her path is strewed, as she advances to present it to an enlightened British public, and her fears would predominate did not an innate assurance of its characteristic benevolence buoy up her spirits and bid her cherish hope. It is not from any aspirations after fame, (to which, as an Authoress, she has no pretensions,) that she presumes to offer her travels to public notice ; no-her motives spring from a source which will, she trusts, protect her from chilling contumely and supercilious neglect. True, it is “ a plain unvarnished tale,” but as it boasts of truth for its foundation, she hopes the superstructure, if not elegant, will be found to contain morality and amusement. The same beneficent power who was graciously pleased to plant the gently waving banner of religion on England's favoured soil, has also kindly deigned to guard, with His peculiar care, the painful pil