The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina
Passmore & Alabaster, 1862 - 48 páginas
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slave named Esau , and told him to tell Rose to come to him as he wanted her .
She sent back to say , “ I ' m nursing my baby and can ' t come . ” “ Go and tell her
I don ' t care about her baby , she must come , " answered Mack , “ and if she ...
The following is an instance of their wickedness : one of them , as he was riding
along the road by the cotton fields where the slaves were working , saw a female
slave named Matilda , who pleased him , and he told her to meet him at such a ...
She said so , supposing that I or another slave named Isaac - whom she hated as
much as she did me - would be the first to be made an example of . But it turned
out differently . The task of Old Peter , the nigger . driver , was to see that all the ...
Two slaves , named Isaac and Prince , took him on a hand . barrow to the nigger -
house ; but Burl Quiney went down and ordered him into the field . He was forced
out by the cowhide . When he got to the field , he lay down , and Burl Quiney ...
The lawsuit was progressing when I left , and some of the negroes were sold to
carry it on ; but it is most likely John Ashmore won it , as he engaged the best
lawyer in Sumpterville , named Lawyer Moses . I bought of one of the slaves ,