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Title: Marocco and the Moors: being an account of travels, with a general description of the country and its people
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Leared, Arthur, 1822-1879 Burton, Richard Francis, Sir, 1821-1890, ed
Subjects: Morocco -- Description and travel
Publisher: London, S. Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, limited New York, Scribner & Welford
Contributing Library: Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston University

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ort ...... 297 APPE]NDICES. A. The Site of the Pioman City Volubilis .... 821 B. The Sultans Passport ....... 330 C. The Drugs in use amongst the Moors .... 333 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. The Sultan going to Mosque Map of Marocco sho^ang Authors Route Tangier, the Landing-place. Old Map of Country about Tangier Village of Conical-shaped Huts . Plan of the Tovrn. of Mogador Mogador fiom the Sea Tattoo Mark Moorish Costume—full dress City of Marocco . . Snake-charmer ..... Map of the City of Marocco Cabalistic Charm against Scorpions Tail-piece, with Camels Our Halting-place on the Tensift Diagram to show the Growth of an Olive-tr Moors on a Journey .... Tail-piece, with Tower Ruins of Roman City of Volubilis Fac-simile of Sultans Passport . Copper Vessel for Holding Flower Water ee PAGE FrontispieceTo face page 1 7 63 68 70 91 132 . 140 . 142 155 . 173 . 181 . 182 190 . 215 . 238 322, 323 . 331 . 349 lO Part of MOROCCO .1 Slxewin.g^ Dr Leared.s Joume\ Eneish Mile^ 0 10 Zi 40 fiO ~ 3f 100

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MAROOCO AND THE MOOES. CHAPTEE I. TANGIER. If going by sea, it is hardly necessary at thepresent day to say how one arrived at any parti-cular place. Steam has made the shores of mostcountries easy of access, and in this respectMarocco—a country comparatively near England—forms no exception. But the circumstancewhich calls for remark is the fact, that far lessis known of the interior of Marocco than of suchremote countries as China and Japan. I left Southampton in the Mongolia, andreached Gibraltar on the fifth day afterwards. Itwas a fair voyage, and, by the aid of agreeablesociety, passed pleasantly away. A word maybe said here of the maligned Bay of Biscay.Its waters are often smoother than those of theChannel. Poets and ballad-mongers have done *2 MAROCCO AND THE MOORS. it injustice, and Biscays sleepless bay is morefrequently tranquil than is commonly supposed. It is not my intention to say anything aboutthe famous rock so often described, which I lefton the day after my arri

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