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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Many an English reader , knowing that every year we pay a million of money as
interest for the twenty millions by which the freedom of West Indian slaves was
pur . chased , and spend nearly another million to keep down the slave trade of ...
... became the pillar of the American Slave Trade . England gave America slavery
. England by the use of her cotton , has mainly helped to continue it ; and let but
English sympathy be withdrawn from the South , and soon slavery there must fall
I stayed there some time , and followed the trade of whitewasher , and at last I
embarked for England . When I arrived at Liverpool , I proceeded to Scotland ,
where I met with true friends of abolition . I lectured in most of the Free Churches
This annoyed him very much , and , in the course of time , he came to my white
people and told them that he saw me the night before on a horse , and that he
believed me to be trading with Tom Hancock . This he did to gain their favour .
James Law then returned , convinced in his own mind that the Squire was an
honest man , and did not trade with slaves . And Alex received his five dollars .
So the Squire went on trading as usual ; but he adopted the plan of having the