extent. - Beautiful Palm-trees. - The Dates, a staple article of Food. -
Some Account of the Date-Palm. - Made of Culture. - Delicious Beverage. -
Tapping the Palm. - Meal formed from the Dates. - Baskets made of the
Branches of the Tree. - Poetry of the Palm. - Its Irrigation. -
Palm-Groves. - Collection of Tribute by the "Bey of the Camp."
Tour in the Jereed of Captain Balfour and Mr. Reade. - Sidi Mohammed. -
Plain of Manouba. - Tunis. - Tfeefleeah. - The Bastinado. - Turkish
Infantry. - Kairwan. - Sidi Amour Abeda. - Saints. - A French Spy -
Administration of Justice. - The Bey's presents. - The Hobara. - Ghafsa.
Hot streams containing Fish. - Snakes. - Incantation. - Moorish Village.
Toser. - The Bey's Palace. - Blue Doves. - The town described. - Industry
of the People. - Sheikh Tahid imprisoned and punished. - Leghorn. - The
Boo-habeeba. - A Domestic Picture. - The Bey's Diversions. - The Bastinado. -
Concealed Treasure. - Nefta. - The Two Saints. - Departure of Santa Maria. -
Snake-charmers. - Wedyen. - Deer Stalking. - Splendid view of the Sahara. -
Revolting Acts. - Qhortabah. - Ghafsa. - Byrlafee. - Mortality among the
Camels - Aqueduct. - Remains of Udina. - Arrival at Tunis. - The Boab's
Wives. - Curiosities. - Tribute Collected. - Author takes leave of the
Governor of Mogador, and embarks for England. - Rough Weather. - Arrival
TRAVELS IN MOROCCO.
The Mogador Jewesses. - Disputes between the Jew and the Moor. - Melancholy
Scenes. - The Jews of the Atlas. - Their Religion. - Beautiful Women. - The
Four Wives. - Statues discovered. - Discrepancy of age of married people. -
Young and frail fair ones. - Superstition respecting Salt. - White
Brandy. - Ludicrous Anecdote.
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