Sometimes known as Swan's Dey of Algiers. Owner: Jonas Blake, Brattleboro, VT. Nearly white with a few brown spots over neck and shoulders; American Stud book Pedigree unknown. Died in 1807 (age 13) in Fredricksburg, VA under the ownership of James Smoch of VA. Was from Arabia, went to Lithuania (Poland), then at age 7 went to Prussia according to his groom Mr. Jelley. Was purchased by Lt. Gen. Fredrick Baron & sold to Col. James Swan. (original member of the Boston Tea Party). Then shipped to Hamburg, then Boston MA to Gen. Henry Jackson in Fall 1800. In 1801 sent to John Mason, Georgetown, DC. At stud at Charles C. Jones place in Montgomery Co. MD. 1802, offered for sale but not sold. 1803 found at E. Edelin's place in George Co MD. 1804 owner: John Taylor, Gwynfield, Essex Co. VA. 1805 owner: William Brogugh, Loudon Co. VA. 1806 Owner: John Taylor, Petworth, MD. Then Mr. Smoch.