- Conveyance of Eunuchs in vessels under the French
Flag. - Franco-Moorish Politics. - Corn Monopolies in Morocco. - Love and
veneration for the English name - Celebration of the Ayd-Kebir, or great
festival. - Value of Money in Morocco. - Juvenile Strolling
Singer. - General account of the city of Tangier. - Intercourse between
the Moorish Emperor and the Foreign Consuls. - Cockney sportsmen. - The
degrading of high Moorish Functionaries. - How we smuggle Cattle from
Tangier to Gibraltar. - The Blood-letting of plethoric Placemen.
The Posada. - Ingles and Benoliel. - Amulets for successful
parturition. - Visits of a Moorish Taleb and a Berber. - Three Sundays
during a week in Barbary. - M. Rey's account of the Empire of
Morocco. - The Government Auctioneer gives an account of Slavery and the
Slave Trade in Morocco. - Benoliel as English Cicerone. - Departure from
Tangier to Gibraltar. - How I lost my fine green broad-cloth. - Mr.
Frenerry's opinion of Maroquine Affairs.
Departure from Gibraltar to Mogador. - The Straits. - Genoese
Sailors. - Trade-wind Hurricanes on the Atlantic Coast of
Morocco. - Difficulties of entering the Port of Mogador. - Bad
provisioning of Foreign Merchantmen. - The present Representative of the
once far-famed and dreaded Rovers. - Disembarkation at Mogador. - Mr.
Phillips, Captain of the Port. - Rumours amongst the People about my
Mission. - Visit to the Cemeteries. - Maroquine Wreckers. - Health of the
inhabitants of Mogador. - Moorish Cavaliers "playing at powder" composed
of the ancient Numidians. - The Barb. - The Life Guards of the Moorish
Emperor. - Martial character of the Negro.
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