A CONTINUATION OF THE
RELATED BY THE
SULTANA OF THE INDIES,
To divert her Husband from the Performance of a rash Vow;
A most interesting View of the Religion, Laws,
Manners, Customs, Arts, and Literature,
OF THE NATIONS OF THE EAST;
Affording a rich Fund of the most pleasing Amusement,
which Fictitious Writings can supply.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
Newly translated from the Original Arabic into French,
By Dom Chavis, a native Arab, and M. Cazotte, Member
of the Academy of Dijon.
And translated from the French into English,
By Robert Heron.
In 4 Volumes.
Printed for Bell & Bradfute, J. Dickson, E. Baltowe
and P. Hill, Edinburgh;
And. G. G. J. & J. Robinson, London.
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The Robber Caliph
The Power of Destiny
The Story of Halechaleb and the Unknown Lady
The Idiot; or Story of Xailoun
The Adventures of Simoustapha, and the Princess Ilsetilsone
History of Alibengiad and of the false birds of Paradise
History of Sinkarib, and his two Vizirs
History of the Family of the Schebandad of Surat
a) The Lover of Stars
b) The Prowess and Death of Captain Tranchemont
c) Story of Bohetzad and his Ten Viziers
The History of Kaskas
The History of Illage Mahomet and his Son
The History of Abosaber
History of Ravie
History of Bazmant
History of Abaltamant
History of the Sultan Hebraim
History of Selimansha
History of the King of Haram
History of Habib and Dorathil-Goase
History of Illabousatrou
History of Habib and Dorathil-Goase, cont.
History of Maugraby
History of Halaiddin
History of Yam Alladdin
Story of Baba-Ildin
Story of Badvildinn
Story of Shabadildin
History of the Amours of Maugraby
History of the Birth of Maugraby