A Residence at Sierra Leone: Described from a Journal Kept on the Spot, and from Letters Written to Friends at Home

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Psychology Press, 1968 - History - 335 pages
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First published in 1849, this is an account of the public and private lives of the Sierra Leoneans at that time.
 

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Contents

Voyage out Tornado View of Sierra Leone Black Boatmen Palms
1
LETTER II
17
Removal to a Mountain Abode Reasons for preferring the Country
30
LETTER IV
37
LETTER V
50
Changes in the Weather Sail in the Offing Anchorage Localities
62
Narrow Escape in a Tornado Violence of such Storms Native
69
LETTER VIII
79
LETTER XXII
187
LETTER XXIII
194
LETTER XXIV
201
LETTER XXVI
208
LETTER XXVII
216
LETTER XXVIII
224
LETTER XXIX
231
LETTER XXX
240

LETTER IX
86
Tropic Storms Worshippers of Lightning Garden in a Glen Beau
94
LETTER XI
103
LETTER XII
110
LETTER XIII
117
LETTER XV
128
LETTER XVII
134
LETTER XVIII
141
LETTER XX
173
LETTER XXXI
251
LETTER XXXII
260
LETTER XXXIII
275
LETTER XXXV
296
Ill Health Benefit of Tornadoes A lingering Gaze at African Scenery
302
LETTER XXXVIII
318
LETTER XXXIX
325
LETTER XL
331

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