The book A Slavers Adventures On Land And Sea Illustrated was written by author Thomes, William Henry, 1824-1895 Here you can read free online of A Slavers Adventures On Land And Sea Illustrated book, rate and share your impressions in comments. If you don't know what to write, just answer the question: Why is A Slavers Adventures On Land And Sea Illustrated a good or bad book?
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" 186 A SI k 7*t'S ADVENTURES. " Golly, can't I?" he exclaimed ; and he adopted a very novel method of doing it, and one which I should have supposed would have elicited retaliation. He caught up handfuls of sand, and hurled it into the faces of those nearest to him, and continued to do so until they started towards the village, all the time scolding like an insane man, and filling the air with gravel. Gracia was much amused at this method of dispersing a crowd. I was glad to see her smile, and... told her so. " Dar, what you dink of dat?" Cringy asked, coming back somewhat out of breath, with the perspiration standing on his forehead like big black beads. I told him that I thought the expedient was a novel one, and he chuckled at it. " Ah, dare's nothin' like kickin' a nigger's shins, or drowin* dust in his eyes, when he no want move. Dem dings fix niggers, and bring 'em to reason. " Desiring to remain by the grave of Isadora for a short time longer, I told old Cringy that if he would go to his house and make arrangements for our reception, we would follow him in a little while ; and the old fellow was good enough to take the hint and leave us, wending his way down the hill like a huge flamingo that had been shot at by some poor marksman, and wounded in the legs.