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by William Snelgrave

Author: William Snelgrave
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (September 1, 1971)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: History
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Cass Library of African Studies. Slavery Series, No. 11). ISBN.

See a Problem? We’d love your help. First published in 1734, he discusses how the Negroes became slaves, their export from Guinea to America, their mutinies, piracies and sacrifices. Cass Library of African Studies.

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National Central Library of Rome. The book imaged here, "Arrest du Conseil d'Estat du roy, du 16. juin 1732.

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He outlines some of the tricks used by the sellers: for example, the practice of passing off sick slaves as healthy, by dint of sealing up their anuses with a plug of oakum.

In comparison the opponents of the trade spell out the inhumanity of its practices. He outlines some of the tricks used by the sellers: for example, the practice of passing off sick slaves as healthy, by dint of sealing up their anuses with a plug of oakum. Your notes: tell us more about this item.

Physical Description. map) 21 cm. Type of Resource. NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b11722904. Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 187-58d385a7bc34. Show Only Public Domain.

William Snelgrave was a British master mariner and slave trader with some thirty years experience of the West .

William Snelgrave was a British master mariner and slave trader with some thirty years experience of the West African trade.

Snelgrave was a slave-trading captain with, at the .

Snelgrave was a slave-trading captain with, at the time of his book's publication, some thirty years' experience of the West African trade. Much of Snelgrave's material was also incorporated into Dalzel, Archibald, The History of Dahomy (London, 1793). 11. The manuscript is clearly a copy, as is shown by the omission of a line through haplography and its insertion as an interlinear addition on p. 91; but this copying error might, of course, have arisen in the course of Snelgrave's own copying out of a fair version from a rough draft.

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Snelgrave was a trader at a time when commerce between England and Guinea was rapidly increasing. First published in 1734, he discusses how the Negroes became slaves, their export from Guinea to America, their mutinies, piracies and sacrifices.