Miss Tully: Letters from Tripoli during the plague epidemic of 1785 – June

June 28th, 1785 The organization of quarantine in Christian houses and the superior charity of the Muslims. It is impossible to give you a just description of this place at present; the general horror that prevails cannot be described. Hadgi Abderrahman sailed from the harbour of Tripoli on the 20th of this month, as ambassadorContinue reading “Miss Tully: Letters from Tripoli during the plague epidemic of 1785 – June”