He knew the owners would have wanted him to go to the relief of the folks of Martinique.
We will demand of them an account of our brethren in Cayenne, in Guadaloupe, and in Martinique.
He had no sooner landed in Martinique, than the news spread that negotiations had begun between England and France.
A native of Martinique gave me this as the derivation of the word.
Among their laborers were five hundred black slaves, purchased at Antigua and Martinique.
Their old neighbours told me they had been gone to Martinique, about a twelvemonth.
In the back room, Mr. Deluc; described as a cigar agent, and supposed to be a Creole gentleman from Martinique.
It was a mulatto, from Martinique, who was Mr. Osgood's steward; and I helped him in.
In Martinique it took three revolts and a civil war to bring freedom.
An attack on Martinique at midsummer was, however, a failure.