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The History of the Rise, Progress And Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade By the British Parliament (1808), volume I

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The History of the Rise, Progress And Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade By the British Parliament (1808), volume I
Clarkson Thomas
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I was greatly affected by the situation of this poor man, whose imagehaunted me both night and day, and I was meditating how most effectually toassist him, when I heard that he was dead.
I was very desirous of tracing something further on this subject, whenWalter Chandler, of the society of the Quakers, who had been daily lookingout for intelligence for me, brought a young man to me of the name ofDixon. He had been one of the crew of the same ship. He told me theparticulars of the treatment of
...Thomas, with very little variation fromthose contained in the public report. After cross-examining him in the bestmanner I was able, I could find no inconsistency in his account.
I asked Dixon, how the captain came to treat the surgeon's mate inparticular so ill. He said he had treated them all much alike. A person ofthe name of Bulpin, he believed, was the only one who had escaped bad usagein the ship. With respect to himself, he had been cruelly used so early asin the outward bound passage, which had occasioned him to jump overboard.


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