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" But it is nevertheless a certain truth that the slaves in general do labor much less, do eat and drink much more, have much more ready money, dress much more gaily, and are treated with more kindness and attention, when sick, than nine-tenths of all the... "
Six Months in the West Indies, in 1825 - Página 303
por Henry Nelson Coleridge - 1826 - 332 páginas
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen33

George Walter Prothero - 1826
...treated with more kindness "and attention, when sick, than • VOL. xxxiu. NO. LXVI. KK nineniue-teuths of- all the people of Great Britain under the condition of tradesmen, farmers and domestic servants. lt does not enter into my head to speak of these things as constituting an equivalent, much less a...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen33

1826
...and are treated with more kindness and attention, when sick, than VOL. XXXIII. NO. LXVI. KK «ln<!. nine-tenths of all the people of Great Britain under the condition of tradesmen, fanners and domestic servants. It does not enter into my head to speak of these things as constituting...
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Sketches and Recollections of the West Indies

1828 - 330 páginas
...that the slaves labour less, eat and drink more, have much more ready money, dress better on holidays, and are treated with more kindness and attention when sick, than nine-tenths of the la* bourers of England. Some of that sympathy which had been so largely yielded to the slaves of...
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In den vulcangebieten Mittelamerikas und Westindiens: Reiseschilderungen und ...

Karl Sapper - 1905 - 334 páginas
...dress much more gaily and are treated with more kindness and attention, when sick, then nine-tenth of all the people of Great Britain under the condition of tradesmen, farmers and domestic servants.Uie Gunst der materiellen Lage hat sich für das Gros der Negerbevölkerung der Kleinen Antillen...
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British Slave Emancipation: The Sugar Colonies and the Great Experiment ...

William A. Green - 1991 - 449 páginas
...An anti-slavery author, Henry Coleridge, rendered a common verdict: 'the slaves in general do labour much less, do eat and drink much more, have much more...under the condition of tradesmen, farmers and domestic servants.'122 CONCLUSION Society in the West Indies on the eve of emancipation was something more than...
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Utilization, Misuse, and Development of Human Resources in the Early West ...

M.K. Bacchus - 1990 - 412 páginas
...eat and drink much more, have much more ready money, dress much more gaily and are treated with much more kindness and attention when sick than nine-tenths...under the condition of tradesmen, farmers and domestic servants.44 This view was no doubt exaggerated, but even if it described the reality which the slaves...
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