Noah, Mordecai M. (1785-1851) Travels in England, France, Spain, and the Barbary States in the Years 1813-14 and 15. New York: by Kirk and Mercein; London: by John Miller, 1819. First edition, with portrait frontispiece of Noah bound opposite title, and large folding view of the Fortress of Goleta near Tunis, the engraving "Merchant Slave & Arab" at page 300; and the engraving of Abdallah American Drogman at page 317; pages 299 through 302 inserted from a smaller copy, lacking one plate; bound in contemporary half leather with marbled paper boards; foxing and spotting to contents, 8 1/2 x 5 1/4 in.
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