The Algerine captive; or, The life and adventures of Doctor Updike Underhill: six years a prisoner among the Algerines. [Three lines from Shakespeare] : Vol. I[-II]. : Published according to act of Congress.
Tyler, Royall, 1757-1826., Humphreys, David, 1752-1818, dedicatee.
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ERRATA.

    VOLUME FIRST.
  • Page 41, line 14, for Newell, read Nowell.
  • 45, last line, for returned, read retired.
  • 79, line 10, for funk, read junk.
  • 89, line 16, for instruments read instrument.
  • 99, line 5, dele and.
  • 115, line 2, for every, read even a.
  • 121, line 7 from bottom, for shaped read sha|green.
  • 140. line 5, for mind, read nurse.
  • 143 line 8, for a, read as.
  • 144, line 20 for tistula, read fistula.
  • 153, line 2, from bottom, for porter's boy, read printer's boy.
  • 174, argument, for Palinode, read Monody.
  • 206, line 6, for king sail, read ring sail.
    Page  [unnumbered] VOLUME SECOND.
  • Page 30, line 7, for this, read their.
  • 53, motto, line 2, for unvaried, read unraised.
  • 58, line 28, for Heronon, read Hermon.—N. B. from line 24, page 58, to line 8, page 60, inverted quotation commas should have been inserted.
  • 62, line 8, for infallible, read ineffable.
  • 65, line 2, for prophet, read prophets.
  • 66, motto, line 2, for Hotelpotch, read Hotelpot.
  • 91, motto, line 3, for laye, read lowe.
  • 101, line 1, for Hrrie, read Hrric.
  • 102, line 8, for Hrrie, read Hrric.
  • 103, line 18, for Come•••s, read Cmeres.
  • 114, line 13, for Rlly, read Relly.
  • 119, line 14, for opening, read awning.
  • 127, line 4, for their, read his.
  • Ib. line 6. for magnificene, read magnificence.
  • 17. line 14, for Aysha, read Ayesha.
  • 179, line 11, for ten, read often.
  • 210, line 10, for Mamaleuk's, read Mamaluke.