The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina
Passmore & Alabaster, 1862 - 48 páginas
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Of Jane , the next , I also knew but little , as she married a minister named Brailly ,
when I was very young ; but , as far as I know , she was the best of the three .
Martha , the youngest , was very bad . I will give a specimen of her abilities .
About this time he became a minister . He preached his first sermon in Mount
Zion Chapel , and the negroes flocked to hear him , and were so overjoyed to
think that now he had experienced true religion , he would be more merciful to
Davey Wilson went and told his mother , who told the minister , Mr . Reed , of
Mount Zion Church , who preached a sermon to the young about his death After
that , none of the English ' s family attended Mount Zion Chapel . When he went
It is no wonder that this is the case , for “ if the blind lead the blind , they will both
fall into the ditch ; ” and the Methodist ministers there are notorious for their
villany . As an instance of the truth of this , I may mention the case of the Rev .
The Rev . Mr . Reed , minister of Mount Zion Church , South Carolina , when his
wife wanted him to whip her slave girl , he said , “ I can ' t , I am a minister of the
gospel . ” “ Well , other ministers whip their niggers , and you can whip yours too .