He had been on board the Canterbury slaveship at the dreadful massacre at Calabar.
Will you have me stay as your friend and help you as I have helped the people of Calabar?
Old Calabar, on an affluent of the Cross river, is a recognized centre of the trade of the Oil river sections.
Whether or no to place Benin with Yoruba or with Calabar is a problem.
He had been two expeditions up the river Calabar in the canoes of the natives.
They next proceeded to Calabar, where a shoal protected the harbour.
At Calabar a bean was used, an extract of which since has been employed in our pharmacopœia, in surgical operations of the eye.
Then we have the 'bush-souls' (one soul out of four in the possession of each individual), among the natives of Calabar.
At Calabar, when the mother who has lost a child gives birth to another, she believes that the dead child is restored to her.
Many years ago there was a Calabar hunter called Effiong, who lived in the bush, killed plenty of animals, and made much money.