- Some Account Of The Black
Corps Of The Shereefs.
- Orthodoxy of the Shereefs, and illustrative
anecdotes of the various Emperors.
Several visits from the Moors; their ideas on soldiers and payment of
public functionaries. - Mr. Cohen and his opinion on Maroquine affairs. -
Phlebotomising of Governors, and Ministerial responsibility. - Border
Travels of the Shedma and Hhaha tribes. - How the Emperor enriches
himself by the quarrels of his subjects. - Message from the Emperor
respecting the Anti-Slavery Address. - Difficulties of travelling through
or residing in the Interior. - Use of Knives, and Forks, and Chairs are
signs of Social Progress. - Account of the periodical visit of the
Mogador Merchants to the Emperor, in the Southern Capital.
Influence of French Consuls. - Arrival of the Governor of Mogador from
the Capital; he brings an order to imprison the late Governor; his
character, and mode of administering affairs. - Statue of a Negress at
the bottom of a well. - Spanish Renegades. - Various Wedding Festivals of
Jews. - Frequent Fetes and Feastings among the Jewish population of
Morocco. - Scripture Illustration, "Behold the Bridegroom
cometh!" - Jewish Renegades. - How far women have souls. - Infrequency of
Interview with the Governor of Mogador, on the Address of the Anti-Slavery
Society. - Day and night side of the Mission Adventure. - Phillips'
application to be allowed to stand with his "shoes on" before the
Shereefian presence. - Case of the French Israelite, Darmon, who was
killed by the Government. - Order of the Government against Europeans
smoking in the streets.
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