History of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave
RELATED BY HERSELF.
WITH A SUPPLEMENT BY THE EDITOR.
To which is added,
THE NARRATIVE OF ASA-ASA,
A CAPTURED AFRICAN.
"By our sufferings, since ye brought us
To the man-degrading mart,--
All sustain'd by patience, taught us
Only by a broken heart,--
Deem our nation brutes no longer,
Till some reason ye shall find
Worthier of regard, and stronger
Than the colour of our kind."
PUBLISHED BY F. WESTLEY AND A. H. DAVIS,
Stationers' Hall COURT ,
AND BY WAUGH & INNES, EDINBURGH.