AN AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE OF THE SHIPWRECK AND SUFFERINGS OF MRS. ELIZA BRADLEY, THE WIFE OF CAPT. JAMES BRADLEY OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, COMMANDER OF THE BRITISH SHIP SALLY, WHICH WAS WRECKED ON THE COAST OF BARBARY, IN JUNE 1818. WRITTEN BY HERSELF.
Ithaca: Mack, Andrus, & Woodruff, 1837. 90 pp. Woodcut plates, including fldg. frontis. Orig. printed paper over wooden boards. 16mo. Spine quite worn, edges worn, contents very good. Shipwreck and captivity among the Arabs of North Africa in Morocco. Very similar to the descriptions and sentiments found in American Indian captivities, probably because this is almost certainly a spurious account based on earlier shipwreck narratives. First published in Boston in 1820.
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Keywords: [BRADLEY, ELIZA]