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العربية: آباء التوبة، مستخرج من كتاب "قصة الجهاد البحري في الجزائر" لصاحبه ستانلي لان پول، المطبوع سنة 1890 بانڤلترة
English: Fathers of the Redemption, found in The Story of the Barbary Corsairs' by Stanley Lane-Poole, published in 1890 by G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Français : Pères Trinitaires rachetant aux Turcs des esclaves chrétiens
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Source Histoire de Barbarie et de ses corsaires
Author Pierre Dan, Histoire de Barbarie et de ses Corsaires, 1637

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