It consisted of above a thousand of the plan and section of a slave-ship, with an explanation in French.
I need not here describe the ordinary sufferings of the slave-ship.
He proposed, therefore, that Tom should employ it in the black traffic; that is to say, that he should fit out a slave-ship.
I walked to Port Praya, and returned to my floating prison, the slave-ship.
It was entirely unknown at Vera Cruz until brought there in the slave-ship of 1699.
John Crabbe, the third son, was a captain of a Liverpool slave-ship, who perished by an insurrection of the slaves.
A slave-ship, fitted out in England, and sailing from an English port,—alas!
Meanwhile the slave-ship continued its voyages and discharged its baleful cargoes.
And thus again Slavery and Liberty stand face to face,—the slave-ship against the Mayflower.
The cruiser in the distance might Page 113detect the frightful odor that told unmistakably of a slave-ship.