Travels in Morocco, Volume 1.
Interview with the Governor of Mogador, on the Address of the Anti-Slavery Society. --Day and night side of the Mission Adventure. --Phillips' application to be allowed to stand with his "shoes on" before the Shereefian presence. --Case of the French Israelite, Darmon, who was killed by the Government. --Order of the Government against Europeans smoking in the streets. --Character of Haj Mousa, Governor of Mazagran. --Talmudical of a Sousee Jew. --False weights amongst the Mogador Merchants. --Rumours of war from the North, and levy of troops. --Bragadocio of the Governor. --Mr. Authoris's opinion on the state of of the Country. --Moorish opinions on English Abolition. -- European Slavery in Southern Morocco. --Spanish Captives and the London Ironmongers Company. --Sentiments of Barbary Jews on Slavery.