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Bittersweet: The Story of Sugar - Page 55
by Peter Macinnis - 2002 - 190 pages
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The Quarterly review, Volume 38

Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle - 1828
...masters for ever, are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants who are there but for rive years, according to the law of the island ; so that,...worser lives, for they are put to very hard labour, ill-lodging, and their diet very slight. Truly I have seen such cruelty there done to servants, as...
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Six Months in the West Indies, in 1825

Henry Nelson Coleridge - 1826 - 332 pages
...slaves. The slaves and their posterity, being subject to their masters for ever, are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants, who are theirs...have the worser lives, for they are put to very hard labor, ill lodging, and their dyet very sleight." And then after an account of the slaves, he goes...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 38

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1828
...masters for ever, Q 2 are are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants who are there but for five years, according to the law of the island...worser lives, for they are put to very hard labour, ill-lodging, and their diet very slight. Truly I have seen such cruelty there done to servants, as...
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Six months in the West Indies: in 1825

Henry Nelson Coleridge - 1832 - 311 pages
...slaves. The slaves and their, posterity, being subject to their masters for ever, are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants, who are theirs...have the worser lives, for they are put to very hard labor, ill lodging, and their dyet very sleight.' And then, after an account of the slaves, he goes...
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The West Indies, Enslaved and Free: A Concise Account of the Islands and ...

William Moister - 1883 - 394 pages
...their masters for ever, are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants who are theirs bat for five years, according to the law of the island ; so that for the time the servants have the worse' lives, for they are put to very hard labour, ill lodged, and their diet very slight.' After...
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History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660: 1654-1656

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1901
...but for rive years, according to the law of the island. . . For the time the servants have the worse lives, for they are put to very hard labour, ill lodging, and their diet very slight. . . . Truly I have seen such cruelty done to servants as I could not think one Christian...
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The British Empire Series, Volume 5

1902
...: " The slaves and their posterity, being subject to their masters for ever, are kept and preserved with greater care than the servants, who are theirs but for five years, according to the law of the land, so that for the time the servImts have the worser lives, for they are put to every hard labour,...
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American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of ...

Ulrich Bonnell Phillips - 1918 - 529 pages
...who are theirs for but five years according to the laws of the island.1 So that for the time being the servants have the worser lives, for they are put to very hard labor, ill lodging and their dyet very light." As early as 1645 George Downing, then a young Puritan...
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American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of ...

Ulrich Bonnell Phillips - 1918 - 529 pages
...who are theirs for but five years according to the laws of the island.1 So that for the time being the servants have the worser lives, for they are put to very hard labor, ill lodging and their dyet very light." As early as 1645 George Downing, then a young Puritan...
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The English Literatures of America, 1500-1800

Myra Jehlen, Michael Warner - 1997 - 1118 pages
...greater care then the servants, who are theirs but for five yeers, according to the law of the Hand. lock He of himself said he would go and call her,...Brothers: A while after I heard Madam Winthrop's voi sleight. When we came first on the Hand, some Planters themselves did not eate bone meat, above twice...
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