Algeria History English Expedition 1620 1621 Early Works To 180 : Algiers voyage in a iournall or briefe reportary of all occurrents hapning in the fleet of ships sent out by the King his most excellent Maiestie : as well against the pirates of Algiers, as others: the whole body of the fleete consisting of 18. sayle. Viz. Sixe of his Maiesties ships. Ten marchants ships. Two pinnaces. Vnder the command of Sir Robert Mansel knight, Vice-admirall of England, and Admirall of that fleet: and a councell of warre appointed by his Maiestie. The accidents of euery particular moneth (since the first setting forth) being in this discouery, expressed by one that went along in the voyage.; I. B.,
Algeria Relations Great Britain : By the King : a proclamation declaring the Kings Maiesties royall pleasure touching the inhabitants of Algier, Tunis, Sallie, and Tituan, in the parts of Africa.; England and Wales.
Algeria Social History : Oasis and castah : Algerian culture and personality in change / by H.M.Miner and G.De Vos.; Miner, Horace Mitchell.
Algeria Social Life And Customs 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : The adventures of (Mr. T.S.) [electronic resource] : an English merchant taken prisoner by the Turks of Argiers, and carried into the inland countries of Africa : with a description of the kingdom of Argiers, of all the towns and places of note thereabouts ; whereunto is added a relation of the chief commodities of the countrey, and of the actions and manners of the people / written first by the author, and fitted for the publick view by A. Roberts ; whereunto is annex'd an observation of the tide, and how to turn a ship out of the straights mouth, the wind being westerly, by Richard Norris.; T. S.,