Dwyer relates much the same eye witness accounts of events as Gueniffey (for example those set out in Miot, Mémoire - published in 1804 with further elaboration in subsequent editions) but also relates an account of the fate of some girls and women, by Bernoyer, that is less-well-known. “a large number of young girls and women were kidnapped, taken to the French camp and raped. … fights broke out among the troops over them. Bonaparte … ordered that the women were to be led into the hospital courtyard by midday on pain of severe punishment … [but rather than being set free to go back to the city] a company of chasseurs was assembled to execute them.” Dwyer, citing Bernoyer, François, Avec Bonaparte en Égypte et en Syrie, 1798-1800, 19 lettres inédites, Paris, 1981. pp. 147-148 (Gueniffey also cites this work in his bibliography).