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" WE passed a woman tied by the neck to a tree and dead, the people of the country explained that she had been unable to keep up with the other slaves in a gang, and her master had determined that she should not become the property of anyone else if she... "
Macmillan's Magazine - Page 279
1875
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Appletons' Journal, Volume 13

1875
...eastenr coast of the Lake N'yassa. On the 19th of June a terrible sight met the eyes of the people : " We passed a woman, tied by the neck to a tree and...become the property of any one else if she recovered ai'ter resting for a time. I may mention here that we saw others tied up in a similar manner, and one...
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The Last Journals of David Livingstone in Central Africa, from ..., Volume 1

David Livingstone - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1874
...The Waiyau people and their peculiarities. Regrets at the abandonment of Bishop Mackenzie's plans. June, 1866. — WE passed a woman tied by the neck...determined that she should not become the property of anyone else if she recovered after resting for a time. I may mention here that we saw others tied up...
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The Last journals of David Livingstone, Volume 1

David Livingstone - 1874
...Waiyau people and their peculiarities. Regrets at the abandonment of Bishop Mackenzie's plans. 1Qth June, 1866. — WE passed a woman tied by the neck...determined that she should not become the property of anyone else if she recovered after resting for a time. I may mention here that we saw others tied up...
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The Lost Continent: Or, Slavery and the Slave-trade in Africa 1875, with ...

Joseph Cooper - Blackbirding - 1875 - 138 pages
...iniquity, which has so long brooded over Africa — is put down, lawful commerce cannot be established. " We passed a woman tied by the neck to a tree and dead....determined that she should not become the property of anyone else if she recovered after resting for a time. I may mention here that we saw others tied up...
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The Eagle: A Magazine, Volumes 9-10

1875
...bones of slaves that have been killed or abandoned on the road."t "We passed," says Livingstone, " a woman tied by the neck to a tree, and dead. The...unable to keep up with the other slaves in a gang. . . .We saw others tied up in a similar manner." "We passed a slave woman shot or stabbed through the...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 50

Henry Mills Alden, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1875
...became more and more apparent. One day (IF passed the dead body of a woman tied by the neck to a tree. The people of the country explained that she had been...and her master had determined that she should not recover to be the property of any one else. Others tied in a similar manner were seen further on. There...
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Africa: The History of Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading ...

Charles H. Jones - Africa - 1875 - 496 pages
...Journals will serve to show what scenes then met his eye : 7. " 19/i June, 1SC6. — "We passed by a woman tied by the neck to a tree and dead ; the...had been unable to keep up with the other slaves in я gang, and her master had determined that she should not become the property of any one else if she...
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The Local Preachers' Magazine and Christian Family Record: For ..., Volume 26

Church work with the poor - 1876
...in saying that human flesh is saltish, and needs but little condiment." SLAVERY HORRORs. " 1QthJune (1866).— We passed a •woman tied by the neck to...one else if she recovered after resting for. a time. We saw others tied up in a similar manner, and one lying shot or stabbed, for she was in a pool of...
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The Undergraduates' Answer to Livingstone

Universities' Mission to Central Africa - Missions - 1876 - 30 pages
...country between Lake Nyassa and the Sea by Livingstone, and are recorded in his " Last Journals." " We passed a woman tied by the neck to a tree and dead....determined that she should not become the property of anyone else." A similar 5 story is told in " Rowley's Narrative " of a woman who lagged behind on account...
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The Laird's Lykewake and Other Poems

Alexander G. Murdoch - English poetry - 1877 - 208 pages
...; And Campbell, with " Hope's " ashes at his feet. THE SIN OF CHAINS. 149 THE SIN OF CHAINS. "19th June 1866. —We passed a woman tied by the neck to...country explained that she had been unable to keep np with the other slaves in a gang, and her master had determined that she should not become the property...
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