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The history of the long captivity and adventures of Thomas Pellow, in South-Barbary. Giving an account of his being taken by two Sallee Rovers ... In which is introduced a particular account of the manners and customs of the Moors ... Together with a description of the cities, towns, and publick buildings in those kingdoms ... / Written by himself.
- Pellow, Thomas, 1704-
Letters on the English and French nations; containing curious and useful observations on their constitutions natural and political; nervous and humorous descriptions of the virtues, vices, ridicules and foibles of the inhabitants; critical remarks on their writers; together with moral reflections interspersed throughout the work ... / By Mons. l'abbé Le Blanc ... Translated from the original French.
- Le Blanc, Jean-Bernard, 1707-1781.
Ten thousand things relating to China and the Chinese: an epitome of the genius, government, history, literature, agriculture, arts, trade, manners, customs, and social life of the people of the Celestial Empire; together with a synopsis of the Chinese Collection / By William B. Langdon, esq., curator of the Chinese collection. [Owned by Nathan Dunn].
- Dunn, Nathan, 1782-1844.