Tunis The land and its People.


A complete description of the land and the people, containing the writers own experiences during a prolonged visit, and much informationprovided by the Tunisian Governmentand from other reliable sources. Set out in two parts with14 chaptors. Covering the following headings. The regency. The Bornous of the Prophet. Mohamed es Sadock Pasha Bey. Curiosities in connection with the Tunisian Army and Navy. Life and customs of good society in Tunis. Life in a Moorish hHarem . In the Ghetto. The Jewish Women of Tunis,and much more.



h/b original boards, some what chipped top and bottom of spine ruffled. Size 7×5 pp302, Hinges weak, Binding good textblock clean throughout with no foxing or staining. Front and rear prelims heavily browned, some b/w illustrations, with frontispiece. Booksellers label, owners signature along with descriptive lable stuck to front p/d, otherwise a nice clean copy.


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