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" We are sometimes sufficiently plagued with a parcel of slaves which come from a far inland country who very innocently persuade one another that we buy them only to fatten and afterward eat them as a delicacy. "
I Heard It Through the Grapevine: Rumor in African-American Culture - Sidan 13
efter Patricia A. Turner - 1993 - 260 sidor
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Black & White in American Culture: An Anthology from the Massachusetts Review

Jules Chametzky, Sidney Kaplan - 1969 - 478 sidor
...are sometimes sufficiently plagued with a parcel of slaves which come from a far in-land country, who very innocently persuade one another, that we buy them only to fatten and afterwards eat them as a delicacy. When we are so unhappy as to be pestered with many of this sort,...
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Out of the House of Bondage: Runaways, Resistance and Marronage in Africa ...

Gad J. Heuman - 1986 - 199 sidor
...are sometimes sufficiently plagued with a parcel of slaves which come from a far in-land country who very innocently persuade one another that we buy them only to fatten and afterwards eat them . . . they resolve ... to run away from the ship, kill the Europeans and set...
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The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade: 1440 - 1870

Hugh Thomas - 1999 - 908 sidor
..."37 Some slave captains found that there were a few slaves, usually from "a far inland country, who very innocently persuade one another that we buy them only to fatten and afterwards eat them as a delicacy." Captain Snelgrave tried to come face to face with these anxieties:...
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From My People: 400 Years of African American Folklore

Daryl Cumber Dance - 2003 - 736 sidor
...Study of the Atlantic Slave Traders 1441-1907 • Following is the comment of a slave trader. 1 he slaves from up-country "very innocently persuade one...Europeans, and try to put the ship ashore or swim from it. THEODORE H. PARKER (^aution ! ! • From MMleton Harris, The Black Book • A poster apparently...
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Ouidah: The Social History of a West African Slaving 'port', 1727-1892

Robin Law - 2004 - 308 sidor
...are sometimes sufficiently plagued with a parcel of slaves, which come from a far inland country, who very innocently persuade one another, that we buy them only to fatten and afterwards eat them as a delicacy', and the belief was still reported at Ouidah in the 1720s.163...
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If We Must Die: Shipboard Insurrections in the Era of the Atlantic ..., Volym 38

Eric Robert Taylor - 2006 - 266 sidor
...As Willem Bosman wrote, "[W]e are sometimes sufficiently plagued with a parcel of Slaves . . . who very innocently persuade one another, that we buy them only to fatten and afterwards eat them as a Delicacy."39 The former slave Olaudah Equiano expressed precisely such...
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