Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the Years 1791-1792-1793

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NARRATIVE OF TWO VOYAGES
TO THE RIVER SIERRA LEONE
DURING THE YEARS 1791–1792–1793

AN ACCOUNT OF THE SLAVE TRADE
ON THE COAST OF AFRICA

ANNA MARIA FALCONBRIDGE

ALEXANDER FALCONBRIDGE

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Table of Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the Years 1791–1792–1793 7
  • Dedication 8
  • Preface 9
  • Letter I 11
  • Letter II 13
  • Letter III 16
  • Letter III [sic 33
  • Letter IV 44
  • Letter V 53
  • Letter VI 71
  • Letter VII 73
  • Letter VIII 80
  • Letter IX 85
  • Editor's Comment 92
  • Letter X 94
  • Journal 105
  • Letter XI 115
  • Editor's Comment 116
  • Letter XII 118
  • Editor's Comment 126
  • Letter XIII 130
  • Letter XIV 139
  • Editor's Comment 156
  • Appendix 162
  • Editor's Comment 164
  • The Journal of Isaac Dubois 170
  • Title Page 192
  • Editor's Introduction 193
  • Preface 196
  • An Account of the Slave Trade, &c 197
  • Proceedings during the Voyage *
  • The Manner in Which the Slaves Are Procured 202
  • Treatment of the Slaves 207
  • Sale of the Slaves *
  • Treatment of the Sailors *
  • A Short Description of Such Parts of the Coast of Guinea, as Are before Referred to *
  • Index 231
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