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1891 196 edited (with notes) by Kenyon, 8vo. (publ. at 7s 6d), cloth 1891 197 CICERO. Of the Nature of the Gods. 8vo., old calf
1741 198 Diodorus the Sicilian, The historical library of Containing the anti
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1637 This quaint account of the rescue of Christians taken by corsairs and confined at Salee in Morocco, is by one who had, at one time, suffered imprisonment at that place. In his preface he speaks pathetically of his only son “now slave in Argeire, and but ten yeares of age, and like to be lost for ever, without Gods great mercy and the Kings clemencie.”
At the end is a complete list of three hundred and thirty-nine men, women, and children rescued.
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