The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina
Passmore & Alabaster, 1862 - 48 páginas
The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina by John Andrew Jackson, first published in 1862, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation.
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The evil is afar off , and interested parties say , “ Don ' t believe it ; it is false , or it
is exaggerated . " Not 80 ; the worst cannot be told . You cannot speak out , or tell
a fraction of the horrid scenes enacted , where every child and feeble woman Ꮲ ...
He did not believe this , and sent for Dr . Hainsworth . When Dr . Hainsworth
came , he said also , “ I can ' t save you , you will die in a few days . ” His terror on
hearing this announcement was extreme . He prayed the doctors to save his life ...
I don ' t believe it , ” said he , “ So you walk ashore ; ” which I did . But as I looked
back , I saw him go into the galley again and shut the door , so I went on board
the vessel again , and crept stealthily on tiptoe to the hatch . I stood there fearing
I believe , also , that my youngest brother , Casey , must have fallen a victim to his
cruelty ; for I have heard of his death also , and ... But , to proceed - he was so
anxious to catch me that he followed me to Boston - at least , I believe , from the ...
C . H . Spurgeon , who received me and my wife into his Church as members ,
and who has been my firm friend and adviser ever since . I am now only anxious
for the war to end with freedom to the oppressed , ( for I firmly believe that will be