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Prince, Mary
The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave

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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."
Cowper .

LONDON:

PUBLISHED BY F. WESTLEY AND A. H. DAVIS,
Stationers' Hall COURT ,
AND BY WAUGH & INNES, EDINBURGH.

1831.


   Image, Title Page    Table of Contents     PREFACE.