He knew the owners would have wanted him to go to the relief of the folks of Martinique.
Their old neighbours told me they had been gone to Martinique, about a twelvemonth.
He had no sooner landed in Martinique, than the news spread that negotiations had begun between England and France.
It was a mulatto, from Martinique, who was Mr. Osgood's steward; and I helped him in.
Among their laborers were five hundred black slaves, purchased at Antigua and Martinique.
An attack on Martinique at midsummer was, however, a failure.
In the back room, Mr. Deluc; described as a cigar agent, and supposed to be a Creole gentleman from Martinique.
We will demand of them an account of our brethren in Cayenne, in Guadaloupe, and in Martinique.
In Martinique it took three revolts and a civil war to bring freedom.
A native of Martinique gave me this as the derivation of the word.