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values are sometimes only one-third of those adopted by the Government for custom-house puri)0ses.

The KiiUar by which is sold the produce of weight of the country, 100 Ratals, equal to 168 lb. English.

The Kintar by which is sold the articles of weight of importation is 100 Ratals, equal to 112 lb. English.

The Drah, 8 Tomins, about 22 English inches.

Grain is sold by measure.

The actual Tangiit, almost 8 Tomins, equal to l^-J English bushel.

Oil is sold, wholesale, by the kula ; that of Tangier actually weighs 28 rotals, 47 lb. English, and is equal to about SyVcr British imperial gallons.

Diplomatic and Consular Representatives. Of Great Britain in Morocco. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. — Sir Arthur Nicol- son, K.C.1.E, C.M.G. ; appointed June 26, 1895. Consul at Tangier. — H. E. White.

There is also a Consul at Dar-al-Baida ; Vice-Consuls at Fez, Laraiche, Rabat, Mogador, Mazagan, Saffi and Tetuan.

Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Morocco.

1. Official Publications.

ForeigPx Office Reports. Annual Series. London.

Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British Possessions. Imp. 4. London.

2. Non-Official Publications.

Amicis (E. de), Marocco. 8. Milano, 1878. Morocco and its People. [Translated from the Italian.]. London, 1879.

Bonsai (S.), Morocco as it is. With an Account of Sir Charles Euan Smith's Recent Mission to Fez. London, 1892.

De Cavipou (Ludovic), Un empire qui croule, le Maroc contemporain. Paris, 1886.

De Foucauld (Vicouite Ch.), Reconnaissance au Maroc, 18S3-1SS4. Paris, 1888.

Diercks (G.), Materialen zur Kenntniss, &c., der Marokko-Frage. 8. Berlin, 1894.

Erckmann (JuJes, capit.), Le Maroc moderne. Paris.

Frisch(R. J.), Le Maroc. Paris, 1895.

Ganniers (A. de), Le Maroc d'aujourdhui, d'hier, et de demain. Paris, 1894.

Graham (R. B. Cunninghame), Mogreb-el-Acksa. London, 1898.

Harris (A.), The Land of an African Sultan : Travels in Morocco, 1887-89. 8. London, 1889.

Har7-is(yf. B.), Tafilet. the Narrative of a Journey of Exploration in the Atlas Moun- tains, (fcc. Loudon, 1895.

Hay (Sir J. D.), Morocco and the Moors. 8. London.— Memoir of Sir J. D. Hay, completed by his daughters. London, 1896.

Hooker (Sir Joseph D.), Journal of a Tour in Morocco. 8. London, 1878.

Keane (A. H.), Africa. Vol. [. North Africa. London, 1894.

Lenz (Dr. O.), Timbuktu. Leijizig, 1884.

Maltzan (Heinrich, Frcihen- von), Drei Jahre im Nordwesten von Afrika : Reisen iTi Algerien und Marokko. 4 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1S69.

Martiniere (H. M. P. de la), Morocco : Journeys to the Kingdom of Fez and to the Court of Mulai-Ha.ssan, with a Bibliogra])liy of Morocco from 1844 to 1887. London, 1SS9.

3/on<6ard (G.), A travers le Maroc. 4. Paris. Among the Moors. 8. London.

Playjair (Sir R. L ) and Brown (R.), Bibliogi-aphy of Morocco. 8. London, 1892.

J?o/i//s (Gerhard), Land und Volk in Afrika. b. Bremen, 1870. Mein erster Aufenthalt in Marokko. 8. Bremen, 1873. [English translation, Adventures in Morocco, &c. 8. London, 1874.] Reise durch Marokko, &c. 8. Bremen, 1868. Quer durch Afrika. 2 vols. 8. Leipzig, 1874.

Stutjield (Hugh E. M.), El Maghreb; 1,200 Miles' Ride through Morocco. London, 1886,

Thomson (Joseph), Travels in the Atlas and Southern Morocco. London, 1889.

Trotter (Capt. P. D.), Our Mission to the Court of Morocco. Edinburgh, 1881.

Watson (R. S.), A Visit to Wazan. London, 1880