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Title
An Authentic Narrative of the Shipwreck and Sufferings of Mrs. Eliza Bradley
Creator
Bradley, Eliza
Date Created and/or Issued
1820
Publication Information
Boston, : Printed by James Walden, 1820
Santa Clara University Library, Archives & Special Collections
Contributing Institution
Santa Clara University
Collection
Voyages and Castaways
Rights Information
Permission to copy or publish any portion of SCU Archives materials must be given by Santa Clara University Library, Archives & Special Collections.
Description
The crew and Passengers of the Ship Sally fell into the hands of the Arabs, a few days after their Shipwreck, among whom unfortunately was Mrs. Bradley, who, after enduring incredible hardships during six months captivity (five of which she was separated from her husband and every other civilized being) she was fortunately redeemed out of the hands of the unmericiful barbarians, by Mr. Willshire, the British Consul, resident at Mogadore.
Type
text
Format
application/pdf
Preface to the American edition; Folded-leaf illustration; Narrative 5-108 p. ; 18 cm.
Identifier
http://content.scu.edu/cdm/ref/collection/voyages/id/3896
Language
English
Subject
Voyages and travels
Shipwrecks
Arabian peninsula
Arabs--social life and customs
Relation
Course support

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