A supplement to the Barbarian cruelty; or, an authentic narrative of the sufferings of the British captives, belonging to the Inspector Privateer, During Their Slavery under Muley Abdallah, Emperor of Fez and Morocco, from January 1745-6, to their happy Deliverance, which was compleated the 8th of December 1750, by his Excellency William Latton, Esq; Containing An additional Account of several very surprising and unaccountable Transactions which occurred to the four young Men, viz. Edward Fitzgerald, George Beale, Emanuel Rochester, and Thomas Stanton; Part of the above-mentioned Captives, who were stopped by the Emperor, in order to be made a Present of to his Majesty King George the II. without the Payment of Head-Money, from the Time they were separated from their Companions, for the Purpose aforesaid, to the Time of their happy Releasement from Slavery on the 11th of April, 1751

Publication Date1751
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Extent56p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted and sold by R. Walker, in the Little Old-Bailey

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