Catalog Record: The French in Algiers I. The soldier of the foreign legion | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The French in Algiers [electronic resource]. I. The soldier of the foreign legion [by Clemens Lamping] II. The prisoners of Abd-el-Kader [by F. A. Alby] Translated from the German and French by Lady Duff Gordon.

Main Author: Duff Gordon, Lucie, Lady, 1821-1869,
Related Names: Alby, François Antoine known as Ernest 1809-1868., Lamping, Clemens.
Language(s): English ; French ; German
Published: London, J. Murray, 1845.
Subjects: A̓bd al-K̇ādir ibn Mun̄yī al-Dīn, > Amir of Mascara, > 1807?-1883 > Fiction.
France. > Armée. > Légion étrangère.
French > Algeria.
Algeria > History > 1830-1962.
Note: The first part is an abridged translation of Lamping's Erinnerungen aus Algerien, published in 2 parts, Odenburg, 1844-46. The second part has half-title: The prisoners of Abd-el-Kader, or, Five months' captivity among the Arabs. By M. A. de France, lieutenant in the French navy, and is an abridged translation of a novel in 2 volumes by A. F. Alby, published with title: Les prisoners d'Abd-el-Kader, our Cinq mois de captivité chez les Arabes par A. de France, enseigne de Vaisseau. Paris, 1837.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (viii, 176 p.)
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