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The infamous account of a European lady's life in a harem, an erotic novel set among the Harems of the Middle East and first published in1828. The title page of the 1828 edition previewed it as: "A history founded on facts, containing an interesting narrative of the cruel fate of the two young English ladies, named Silvia Carey and Emily Barlow. Fully explaining how Emily Barlow, and her servant, Eliza Gibbs, on their passage to India, were taken prisoner by an Algerine pirate, and made a present of to the Dey of Algiers; who, on the very night of their arrival debauched Emily. Containing also, every particular of the artful plans laid by the Dey, to get possession of the person of Silvia Carey - how he effected his purpose - with the particulars of her becoming a victim to his libidinous desires. Which recital is also interspersed with the histories of several other ladies confined in the Dey's Harem. One of which gives an account of the horrid practices then carrying on in several French and Italian convents by a society of monks, established at Algiers, under pretense of redeeming Christian skaves; but who, in reality, carried on an infamous traffic in young girls. Also an account of the sufferings of Eliza Gibbs, from the flogging propensities of the Bey of Tunis. With many other curious circumstances, until the reduction of Algiers by Lord Exmouth; by which means these particulars became known."