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Sahara desert near Sockna, Libya.
The Sultan of Morocco on his Journey from Fez to Taza being acclaimed by tribesmen. Political commentary below.
Sockna, Libya: Lady of Sockna.
View of the sandstone gateway to the Udayas Kasbah.
Panorama of the Tunis, port and fortress from the Mediterranean.
Barbary: Saicque or small vessel on the coast of Barbary.
Tunis, Tunisia: Panorama of the city in the late 17th century during the last days of the Coriscan Muradid Dynasty. With key in Dutch and French.
Views of Tangier and Cape Spartel.
Kasbah Mosque. View of the first enclosure to the Saadian tombs.
Rug sellers in the Great Market.
Habit of the Horsemen of Barbary and the mode by which the women travel.
Camels in the Great Market.
Tripoli, Libya. Panorama of the fortified city and port, a principal settlement for pirates on the Barbary coast.
Tetuan, Morocco: View of the Medina and old town.
Tangier: View of the coast as seen from Gibraltar. Showing the positions of Ceuta, Tetuan, and Tangier.
Carthage, Tunisia: View of the ruins on Lake Tunis.
Tangier: View from the camel market looking toward the Straits of Gibraltar.
Morocco City (Marrakech): View from the environs with a caravan on departure.