When this scanty document had been completed John of Eyla betook himself again to his own country, leaving Mahomet free to enter into further compacts with the Jews of Mauna, Adzuh, and Jaaba.
Well, in full, it is John Robin Ross-Ellison Ilderim Dost Mahommed Mir Hafiz Ullah Khan, and its explanation is my descent from General Ross-Ellison, Laird of Glencairn, and from Mir Faquir Mahommed Afzul Khan, Jam of Mekran Kot".
After observing that, of all the spirits that deny, He finds a knave the least of a bore, the Lord proceeds: "Des Menschen Thaetigkeit kann allzuleicht erschlaffen, Er liebt sich bald die unbedingte Ruh; Drum geb' ich ihm gern den Gesellen zu, Der reizt und wirkt und muss als Teufel, schaffen."
....adjoining ... wide ... adjoining ... a field in great measure ... Zirbet-u-Alzu ... and for the days to come he has given ... this table ... sin-idin ... son of Tuklat-habal-Marduk, Governor of the town of Nisin.
You, Byansy-Alzumy-Ann, (Bianca-Alzuma-Ann!)"
You, Byansy-Alzumy-Ann, (Bianca-Alzuma-Ann!)"
A few houses were still standing untouched, and on the door of each of these was scrawled in chalk the inscription: "GUTE LEUTE, NICHT ANZUNDEN, BREITFUSS, Lt."
Alas, how can a man with this devilishness of temper make way for himself in Life; where the first problem, as Teufelsdrockh too admits, is "to unite yourself with some one, and with somewhat (sich anzuschliessen)"?
While in the vicinity of Parsindi I was stationed, the warlike engines of the tribe of Kallabu 71 came forth against the place; 150 of the fighting men of Amika I slew in the plain; their heads I cut off and put them up on the heights of his palace; 72 200 of his soldiers taken by (my) hands alive I left to rot on the wall of his palace: from Zamri the battering-rams and ... my banners I made ready; 73 to the fortress Ata, of Arzizai, whither none of the Kings my sires had ever penetrated I marched: the cities of Arzizu, and Arzindu 74 his fortified city, with ten cities situated in their environs in the midst of Nispi a rugged country, I captured; their soldiers I slew the cities I overthrew razed and burned with fire: 75 to those my tents I returned.
That the country north of Sonora, called in the Spanish history "Arizunea" (rocky country) was full of minerals, with fertile valleys washed by numerous rivers, and covered by forests primeval.
Anthony P. Arszulowicz (E); 12Sep57; R198877.
"--Tigranes did not at once send any envoys, but when Artabazus somewhat later fell sick and died he despatched a letter, not writing the name "king" in it, and asked Augustus for the kingdom.
As soon as Proxenus had said: "I am he, whom you seek," the man replied: "I have been sent by Ariaeus and Artaozus, who have been trusty friends to Cyrus in past days, and are your well-wishers.
Arms:--Azure on a bend O. between three dogs' heads O. a crescent G. A few months before his death, he made his will, of which the following is a copy: EXTRACTED FROM THE REGISTRY OF THE PREROGATIVE COURT OF CANTERBURY.
To the west again of Bizantium, quite to the salt mere of the Arzuges; this nation has to the east the Syrtes Majores, with the land of Rogathite; and to the south the Natabres, Geothulas, and Garamantes, quite to the sea of Bizantium.
Uzun-Hassan, as formerly mentioned, was prince of the Turkmans of the white sheep tribe, and acquired the dominion of western Persia, by the defeat of Hassan-ali prince of the black sheep Turkmans, who is probably the person named Causa in the text.--E. This is a mistake, Persepolis is supposed to have been at, or near Istakar, above twenty miles N.N.E. from Shiras.--E. Diarbekir, with the cities of Arzunjan, Mardin, Roha, or Orfa, and Siwas, are said to have been committed by Timour to the government of Kara Ilug Ozman, the great grandfather of Uzun-Hassan, who may have retained the original possessions of his tribe after the acquisition of western Persia.--Mod.
R56473, 28Dec49, Angelo Patri (A) DAS SPIELWERK, Mysterium in einem Aufzug von Franz Schreker.
The contrary is the fact, for, whilst the Moors of Tangier consist of camel drivers and soldiers, there are a good number of very respectable native merchants in Mogador; nevertheless, a large portion of the population is in the pay of government as militia, to keep in check the tribes of the neighbouring provinces; but their pay is very small, and most of them do a little business; many are artizuns and common labourers.
Footnote 1: "La-Atzu," Hades, hell, the spirit-world.
Die stumme Schönheit, ein Lustspiel in einem Aufzuge.
Footnote 26: I have not ventured to affront the fastidious delicacy of our age with a literal translation of this line, werth Die Eingeweide schaudernd aufzureger.
Of the British Newspaper Press, perhaps the most important of all, and wonderful enough in its secret constitution and procedure, a valuable descriptive History already exists, in that language, under the title of Satan's Invisible World Displayed; which, however, by search in all the Weissnichtwo Libraries, I have not yet succeeded in procuring (vermochte night aufzutreiben)."
BARZU, AND HIS CONFLICT WITH RUSTEM Afrasiyab after his defeat pursued his way in despair towards Chin and Ma-chin, and on the road happened to fall in with a man of huge and terrific stature.
In einer dem Memoire angefuegten Anlage wird ein Auszug aus dem vom Zentralausschusse der Narodna Odbrana herausgegebenen Vereinsorgane gleichen Namens veroeffentlicht, worin in mehreren Artikeln die Taetigfelt und Ziele dieses Vereins ausfuehrlich dargelegt werden.
With his Excellenz (the Count)," continues he, "I have more than once had the honor to converse; chiefly on general affairs, and the aspect of the world, which he, though now past middle life, viewed in no unfavorable light; finding indeed, except the Outrooting of Journalism (die auszurottende Journalistik), little to desiderate therein.
Which Ismael hearing hee tooke vp stones and threw at him, saying, Auzu billahi minal scia itanil ragini, which is to say, I defend me with God from the diuel the offender, as who would say, wee ought to obey the commandement of God and resist the diuel with al our force.
Oh, pour your tears, dear earth and sky, Oh, weep with bitter tears, O dear Sedu, O'er fearful deeds of Nin-azu; Ah, me, my brother!
He sailed by Hispaniola and Jamaica to the river Azua, Cape Higueras, the Gamares islands, and to Cape Honduras, which signifies the Cape of the Depths.
And his mother’s name was Azubah the daughter of Shilhi.
AZUCENA, a gipsy.
La Azucena del Moncayo llamabanla en veinte leguas a la redonda, y bien merecia este sobrenombre, porque era tan airosa, tan blanca y tan rubia que, como a las azucenas, parecia que Dios la habia hecho de nieve y oro.
SEE Ayres, Ruby M. AZUELA, MARIANO.
Now he sees The sig-a-ri and ummakana, pines, With babuaku; and ri-wood brightly shines Among the azuhu; all precious woods That man esteems are grown around, each buds Continuous in the softened, balmy air.
The wont of such is to follow the law of hereditary aristocracies: the old blood gets thin, there is no sparkle to the sangre azul, the language dies out in poverty.
Antojabaseme al verla tan diafana y luminosa que no era una criatura terrenal, sino un espiritu que, revistiendo por un instante la forma humana, habia descendido en el rayo de la luna, dejando en el aire y en pos de si la azulada estela que desde el alto ajimez bajaba verticalmente hasta el pie del opuesto muro, rompiendo la obscura sombra de aquel recinto lobrego y misterioso.
Una nube de incienso que se desenvolvia en ondas azuladas lleno el ambito de la iglesia; las campanillas repicaron con un sonido vibrante, y maese Perez puso sus crispadas manos sobre las teclas del organo.
II En lontananza, y sobre las rocas de Montagut, vio destacarse la negra silueta de su castillo, sobre el fondo azulado y transparente del cielo de la noche.--Mi castillo esta lejos y estoy cansado, murmuro; esperare el dia en un lugar cercano, y se dirigio al lugar.--Llamo a la puerta.--?Quien sois?
of azular, azured, bluish, indigo, blue.
The brilliant azulejo, or tile-work, the delicate arches and filigree sculpture of the walls, still attest its former elegance, and give some color to the tradition that it was the residence of the Moorish Princesses.
Below the arch was a picture in azulejos representing Christ fallen with the cross and aided by Simon the Cyrenian.
Millones de chispas de luz rojas y azules, verdes y amarillas, volteaban alrededor de las piedras como un torbellino de atomos de fuego, como una vertiginosa ronda de esos espiritus de las llamas que fascinan con su brillo y su increible inquietud.... Sali del templo, vine a casa, pero vine con aquella idea fija en la imaginacion.
Still following his brother's instructions, he selected a site at the mouth of the river Azuma, where there were good anchorage in the bay and a fertile valley along the banks of the river.
That of the coco is paid for at the rate of two dollars per jar, containing twenty gantas, equal to twelve arrobas, seven azumbres and half a cuartillo, Castilian measure, and at fourteen reals in the places nearest the depots.
Bernardo was immediately sent by Azumbuja, to inform Camaranca, the Negro chief of the district, with the arrival of the Portuguese armament, and to desire a conference, with directions to endeavour to impress that chief with a high sense of the rank and character of the Portuguese officers, and of the irresistible power of the armament now upon his coast.
Kai legousin hoti tae id' to probaton meta ton mathaeton ephagen ho Kurios tae de mealier haemera ton azumon autos epathen; kai diaegountai Matthaion outo legein hos nenoaekasin; hothen asumphonos te nomo hae noaesis auton, kai stasiazein dokei kat' autous ta euangelia.
asur, azur; Low Lat.
INDEX Acklen, Joseph A.S., plantation home of rules of, for overseers Africa, West, see Guinea Agriculture, see cotton, indigo, rice, sugar and tobacco culture Aiken, William, rice plantation of Aime, Valcour, sugar plantation of Amissa, enslaved and restored to Africa Angolas, tribal traits of revolt of Antipathy, racial, Jefferson's views on in Massachusetts in North and South compared Northern spokesmen of Arabs, in the Guinea trade Asiento Azurara, Gomez E. Baltimore, negro churches in Barbados, emigration from, to Carolina to Jamaica founding of planters' committee of slave laws of, sugar culture in Belmead plantation Benin Black codes, administration of attitude of citizens toward local ordinances origin of, in Barbados in the Northern colonies in Louisiana in South Carolina in Virginia tenor of, in the North in the South Bobolinks, in rice fields Bonny Bore, Etienne de, sugar planter Bosman, William, in the Guinea trade Branding of slaves Bristol, citizens of, in the slave trade Burial societies, negro Burnside, John, merchant and sugar planter Butler, Pierce, the younger, slaves of, sold Cain, Elisha, overseer Cairnes, J.E., views of, on slavery Calabar, New Calabar, Old Cape Coast Castle Capers, William, overseer Capital, investment of, in slaves Charleston, commerce of, free negroes in industrial census of racial adjustments in, problem of slave misdemeanors in Denmark Vesey's plot Churches, racial adjustments in, rural urban Clarkson, Thomas, views of, on the effects of closing the slave trade Columbus, Christopher, policy of Concubinage Congoes, tribal traits of Connecticut, slavery in, disestablishment of Cooper, Thomas, views of, on the economics of slavery Corbin, Richard, plantation rules of Coromantees, conspiracy of, tribal traits of Corporations, ownership of slaves by Cotton culture, sea-island introduction of, methods and scale of upland, engrossment of thought and energy by improvements in methods and scale of stimulates westward migration Cotton gin, invention of Cotton mills slave operatives in Cotton plantations, see plantations, cotton Cotton prices, sea-island, upland, chart facing Cottonseed, oil extracted from used as fertilizer Covington, Leonard, planter, migration of Creoles, Louisiana Criminality among free negroes among slaves Cuba Dabney, Thomas S., planter, migration of Dahomeys Dale, Sir Thomas Davis, Joseph and Jefferson, plantation policy of Delaware, slaves and free negroes in forbids export of slaves Depression, financial, in Mississippi in Virginia Dirt-eating, among Jamaica slaves Discipline, of slaves Diseases, characteristic, in Africa among Jamaica slaves venereal Doctors, black, in Jamaica in South Carolina in Virginia "Doctoress," slave, in Georgia Drivers (plantation foremen) Driving of slaves to death, question of Dutch, in the slave trade Dutch West India Company Early, Peter, debates the closing of the foreign slave trade East India Company, in the slave trade Eboes, tribal traits of El Mina Elliott, William, planter economic views of Ellsworth, Oliver Emancipation, see manumission Encomiendia system, in the Spanish West Indies England, policy of, toward the slave trade Epitaph of Peyton, a slave Evans, Henry, negro preacher Factorage, in planters' dealings Factorage, in the slave trade, in American ports in Guinea Farmers, free negro white, in the Piedmont in the plantation colonies segregation of in the westward movement Federal Convention Festivities, of slaves Fithian, Philip V., observations by Foremen, plantation Foulahs Fowler, J.W., cotton picking records of plantation rules of Franklin and Armfield, slave-dealers Free negroes, antipathy toward criminality among discriminations against emigration projects of endorsements of kidnapping of legal seizure of, attempts at mob violence against occupations of, in Augusta in Charleston in New Orleans and New York prominent characters among processes of procuring freedom by qualities and status of reenslavement of secret societies among slaveholding by French, in the slave trade Fugitive slaves, see slaves, runaway, rendition, in the Federal Constitution, act of 1793 Funerals, negro Gaboons, tribal traits of Gabriel, insurrection led by Gadsden, Christopher Gambia, slave trade on the Gang system, in plantation work Genoese, in the slave trade Georgia, founding of, free negress visits slave imports forbidden in, permitted in restricted by uplands, development of Gerry, Elbridge Gibson, Arthur H., views of, on the economics of slavery Godkin, Edwin L., on the migration of planters Gold Coast Goodloe, Daniel R., views of, on slavery Gowrie, rice plantation Grandy King George, African chief, wants of Guiana, British, invites free negro immigration cotton culture in Dutch Guinea, coastal explorations of life and institutions in slave exports from, beginnings of, volume of tribal traits in See also negroes and slave trade Hairston, Samuel, planter Hammond, James H., planter and writer Hampton, Wade, planter Harrison, Jesse Burton, views of, on slavery Hawkins, Sir John, adventures of, in the slave trade Hayti (Hispaniola) Hearn, Lafcadio, on sugar-cane harvesting Helper, Hinton R., views of, on slavery Hemp Henry, Patrick Henry, Prince, the Navigator Heyward, Nathaniel, planter Hodgson, W.B., planter Holidays, of slaves, plantation urban Hundley D.R., on slave traders Immigrants, in the South See also Irish Importations of slaves prohibition of Indians, enslaved, in New England in South Carolina in West Indies, subjugated by Spaniards Indigo culture, introduction of, in Georgia in South Carolina methods of Insurrection of slaves, see slave plots Irish, labor of, on plantations Jamaica, capture and development of maroons of nabobs, absentee plantations in runaway slaves in, statistics of Jefferson, Thomas, on the foreign slave trade on negroes and slavery Jennison, Nathaniel, prosecution of Job Ben Solomon, enslaved and restored to Africa Joloffs Kentucky, settlement of Kidnapping of free negroes King, Rufus Kingsley, Z., plantation experience of Lace, Ambrose, slave trader Lalaurie, Madame Lamar, John B., planter Las Casas, Bartholomeo de la Laurens, Henry, factor and planter Liberia Lincecum, Gideon, peregrinations of Lindo, Moses, indigo merchant Liverpool, in the slave trade, types of ships employed Loango Lodges, negro London, in the slave trade London Company Loria, Achille, views of, on slavery economics Louisiana, cotton culture in, slave laws of sugar culture in L'Ouverture, Toussaint Lucas, Eliza Lynchings M'Culloch, J.R., views of, on slavery McDonogh, John, manumission by, method of Macon, Nathaniel Madagascar, slaves procured from Malaria, in Africa in South Carolina Mandingoes, tribal traits of Manigault, Charles, planter rules of Manors in Maryland Manumission, of slaves Maroons, negro, in Jamaica on the Savannah River Martinique Maryland, founding of free negroes in manors in plantations in slave imports prohibited by slaveholdings in, scale of slavery in, projects for the disestablishment of Massachusetts, in the slave trade slavery in abolition of Matthews, Samuel, planter Medical attention to slaves Mercer, James, planter Merolla, Jerom, missionary Middle passage, see slave trade, African Midwives, slave Migration Mill, John Stuart, views of, on slavery Miller, Phineas, partner of Eli Whitney Misdemeanors of slaves, in Charleston Missouri, decline of slavery in settlement of Mississippi, depression in product of long-fibre cotton in sale of slaves from Mobs, violence of, toward free negroes Mocoes, tribal traits of Molasses Moore, Francis, Royal African Company factor Moors Mulattoes Mules Nagoes, tribal traits of Negro traits, American Angola Congo Coromantee Ebo Gaboon Mandingo Nago Paw Paw Whydah Negroes, see antipathy, black codes, church adjustments, free negroes, funerals, plantation labor, plantation life, slave plots slave trade, slaveholdings, slavery, slaves New England, in the slave trade, type of ships employed slavery in, disestablishment of New Jersey, slavery in, disestablishment of New Netherlands, slavery in New Orleans, as a slave market, free negroes in New York, negro plots in slavery in, disestablishment of Nicholson, J.S., views of, on slavery Nobility, English, as Jamaica plantation owners North Carolina, early conditions in sentiment on slavery Northrup, a kidnapped free negro, career of Northwest Territory, prohibition of slavery in Oglethorpe, James, administers the Royal African Company founds Georgia restores a slave to Africa Olmsted, Frederick L., observations by Overseers, plantation, functions, salaries, and experiences of Panics, financial, effects on slave prices Park, Mungo, in Guinea "Particular plantations," in Virginia Paths, in Guinea, character of Paw Paws, tribal traits of Pennsylvania, slavery in, disestablishment of Peyton, a slave, epitaph of Philips, Martin W., planter and writer slave epitaph by Pickering, Timothy Plantation and Frontier, citation of title in full Plantation labor Plantation life Plantation management Plantation mistress Plantation rules Plantation system, cherishment of slaves in as a civilizing agency gang and task methods in severity in, question of soil exhaustion in towns and factories hampered in growth by westward spread of Plantation tendencies Plantations, cotton, sea island Plantations, cotton, upland, J.H. Hammond estate Retreat indigo rice, Butler's Island Gowrie and East Hermitage Jehossee Island sugar, in Barbados, Drax Hall in Jamaica, Worthy Park in Louisiana, Valcour Aime's estate tobacco, Belmead James Mercer's estate Planters, absenteeism among concern of, for slaves dietary of exemplified, in J.A.S. Acklen in William Aiken in John Burnside in Robert Carter in Christopher Codrington in Thomas S. Dabney in Jefferson and Joseph Davis in Samuel Hairston in James H. Hammond in Wade Hampton in Nathaniel Heywood in W.B. Hodgson in Z. Kingsley in John B. Lamar in Henry Laurens in Charles Manigault in Samuel Matthews in James Mercer in A.H. Pemberton in Martin W. Philips in George Washington in David R. Williams gentility of homesteads of innovations by management by migration of purchases of slaves by rules of sales of slaves by sports of temper of Poor whites, in the South, Cairnes' assertions concerning Portugal, activities of, in Guinea, an appandage of Spain negroes in Preachers, negro Procter, Billy, a slave, letter of Providence, "Old," a Puritan colony in the tropics, career of Puritans, attitude of, toward slavery Quakers, relationship of, to slavery Quincy, Josiah Railroad companies, slave ownership by Randolph, Edmund, disrelishes slavery Randolph, John, of Roanoke, on the coasting trade in slaves on depression in Virginia manumits his slaves Randolph, Richard, provides for the manumission of his slaves Rape, by negroes in the ante-bellum South Rats, a pest in Jamaica Rattoons, of sugar cane Religion, among slaves, rural urban Retreat, cotton plantation Revolution, American, doctrines of effects of, on slavery Negroes in radicalism of, waning of Rhode Island, in the slave trade resolution advocating the stoppage of the slave trade slavery in, disestablishment of Rice birds (bobolinks), damage from Rice culture, introduced into Georgia into South Carolina methods of plantations in, scale of Rishworth, Samuel, early agitator against slavery Rolfe, John, introduces tobacco culture into Virginia Roustabouts, Irish, qualities of negro Royal African Company Ruffin, Edmund, advocates agricultural reforms views of, on slavery Rum, product of, in Jamaica rations issued to slaves, in Jamaica in South Carolina use of, in the Guinea trade Runaway slaves, general problem of George Washington in Georgia in Jamaica in Mississippi Russell, Irwin, "Christmas in the Quarters," Sabine Fields, rice plantation Sahara, slave trade across Saluda factory, slave operatives in San Domingo, emigration from, to Louisiana revolution in Say, J.B., views of, on slavery Sea-island cotton, introduced into the United States methods and scale of culture Seasoning of slaves, in Jamaica Secret societies, negro Senegal, slave trade in Senegalese, tribal traits of Senegambia Serfdom Servants, white indentured, in Barbados in Connecticut in Jamaica in Maryland in Massachusetts in Pennsylvania in South Carolina and Georgia in Virginia revolts by Servitude, indentured, tendencies of Shackles, used on slaves Shenendoah Valley Ships, types of, in the slave trade Sierra' Leone Slave Coast Slave felons Slave plots and insurrections, general survey of disquiet caused by Gabriel's uprising in "Old" Providence in New York proclivity of Coromantees toward San Domingan revolution Stono rebellion Nat Turner's (Southampton), revolt Denmark Vesey's conspiracy Slave trade, African, the asiento barter in chieftains active in closing of, by various states, by Congress effects of drain of funds by Liverpool's prominence in the middle passage reopening, project of Royal African Company ships employed in, types of care and custody of slaves on tricks of Yankee traders in Slave trade, domestic, beginnings of effects of methods in to Louisiana scale of Slave traders, domestic, Franklin and Armfield methods and qualities of reputations of, blackened maritime Slaveholding, vicissitudes of Slaveholdings, by corporations by free negroes, scale of, in the cotton belt in Jamaica in Maryland in New York in towns in Virginia on the South Carolina coast Slavery, in Africa in the American Revolution in ancient Rome in the British West Indies in Europe in Georgia in Louisiana in the North disestablishment of in South Carolina in Spanish America in Virginia See also black codes, negroes, and plantation labor, life and management Slaves, negro, artizans among as factory operatives birth rates of branding of "breaking in" of breeding, forced, question of capital invested in children, care and control of church adjustments of conspiracies of, see slave plots and insurrections crimes of crops of, private dealers in, see slave traders discipline of diseases and death rates of driving of, to death, question of earnings of private felons among, disposal of festivities of food and clothing of foemen among hiring of to themselves holidays of hospitals for labor of, schedule of laws concerning life insurance of manumission of marriages of annulment of medical and surgical care of plots and insurrections of police of preachers among prices of property of protection of, from strain and exposure punishments of purchases of by themselves drain of funds, caused by quarters of sanitation of rape by religion among revolts of, see slave plots and insurrections rewards of rum allowances to running away by sales of shackling of social stratification among speculation in stealing of strikes by suicide of suits by, for freedom, concerning temper of torture of town adjustments of undesirable types of wages of in the westward movement women among, care and control of work, rates of working of, to death, question of Smart, William, views of, on slavery Smith, Adam, views of, on slavery Smith, Captain John Smith, Landgrave Thomas Snelgrave, William, in the maritime slave trade Soil exhaustion Southampton insurrection South Carolina, closing and reopening of the foreign slave trade in cotton culture in emigration from founding of indigo culture in rice culture in slave imports, prohibited by reopened by slave laws of slaveholdings in, scale of uplands, development of Spain, annexation of Portugal by asiento instituted by negroes in police of American dominions by policy of, toward Indians and negroes Spaulding, Thomas, planter Spinners, on plantations Spratt, L.W., views of, on conditions in South Carolina Staples, see cotton, hemp, indigo, rice, sugar and tobacco culture and plantations Steamboat laborers, Irish negro Sugar culture, in Barbados in Jamaica in Louisiana methods and apparatus of plantations in, scale of types of in the Spanish West Indies Task system, in plantation industry Taylor, John, of Caroline, agricultural writings of Telfair, Alexander, plantations of rules of Tennessee, settlement of Texas Thomas, E.S., bookseller, experience of Thorpe, George, Virginia colonist Tobacco culture, in Maryland method of in North Carolina plantations in, scale of types of in the uplands of South Carolina and Georgia in Virginia Towns, Southern, growth of, hampered slaves in Tucker, St. George, project of, for extinguishing slavery in Virginia Turner, Nat, insurrection led by Utrecht, treaty of, grants the asiento to England Van Buren, A. de Puy, observations by Venetians, in the Levantine slave trade Vermont, prohibition of slavery by Vesey, Denmark, conspiracy of Vigilance committees Virginia, founding and early experience of free negroes in plantations in, "particular" private servants, indentured, in slave crimes in slave imports, prohibited by slave laws of slave revolts in slaveholdings in, scale of slavery, introduced in disestablishment in, projects of tobacco culture in Walker, Quork, suits concerning the freedom of Washington, George apprehensions of, concerning slave property desires the gradual abolition of slavery imports cotton as a planter West Indies, British, prosperity and decline in, progression of servile plots and insurrections in slave prices in, on the eve of abolition Spanish, colonization of negro slavery in, introduction of Weston, P.C., plantation rules of Westward movement Whitney, Eli, invents the cotton gin Whydahs, tribal traits of Williams, David R., planter Williams, Francis, a free negro, career of Women, slave, care of, in pregnancy and childbirth difficulties in controlling Working of slaves to death, question of Worthy Park, Jamaica plantation, records of Yeomanry, white, in the South End of Project Gutenberg's American Negro Slavery, by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips *** END OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AMERICAN NEGRO SLAVERY *** ***** This file should be named 11490.txt or 11490.zip ***** This and all associated files of various formats will be found in: 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Ye elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes, and groves; And ye that on the sands with printless foot Do chase the ebbing Neptune, and do fly him When he comes back; you demi-puppets that By moonshine do the green sour ringlets make, Whereof the ewe not bites; and you whose pastime Is to make midnight mushrooms, that rejoice To hear the solemn curfew; by whose aid- Weak masters though ye be-I have be-dimm'd The noontide sun, call'd forth the mutinous winds, And 'twixt the green sea and the azur'd vault Set roaring war.
Thou may'st not to the fancy's sense recal; The thunder-riven cloud, the lightning's leap, The stirring of the chambers of the deep, Earth's emerald green, and many-tinted dyes, The fleecy whiteness of the upper skies, The tread of armies thickening as they come, The boom of cannon and the beat of drum, The brow of beauty and the form of grace, The passion and the prowess of our race, The song of Homer in its loftiest hour, The unresisted sweep of human power, Britannia's trident on the azure sea, America's young shout of liberty!