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Excerpt from The New York Review and Atheneum Magazine Vol 2 December 1825 May 1826On the voyage he touched at Bonavista one of the Cape de Verde Islands Here is a population of about three thousand excessively indolent living miserably on a fertile soil and dwel ling mostly in huts The slaves are numerous and are worked hard and treated with uncommon severity by the lazy masters ma ny of whom as it should seem from this narrative are no whiter than themselves The governor a native of Portugal dressed in a general's uniform whom Capt Weddell found on board a schooner of war in the bay on hea.

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Ring that he wanted a supply of poultry sent him to make a bargain with his lady He se cordingly proceeded to the palace but found that a poultry merchant who had the honour of being a governor's lady was not to be approached without extraordinary formalities An armed sentinel at the door refused to admit him until assured that his intentions were merely pacific and commercial; and after the same explanation with two others he succeeded in arriving into the presence of her ladyship who was in the on tr yard inspecting her stock of pigs turkeys and hens CaptAbout the PublisherForgotten Books.

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