At daylight on the 30th May 1840, the Dolphin being under easy sail off whydah, a brigantine was observed on the lee-bow.
And the story I have to tell places it at whydah, between the two.
All the Europeans in whydah were there, with the Viceroy himself, and the head fetich man.
It should be noted, however, that their size generally exceeds that of the largest serpents which Dr. Rpin saw at whydah.
England, Portugal and Brazil also had “forts” at whydah—all in a ruinous condition and ungarrisoned.
They stood at the door of a house—habitations in whydah are not properly described as huts.
He became the richest trader in whydah, a special favourite with the natives.
In whydah and other coast towns are many mulattos, speaking Portuguese and bearing high-sounding Portuguese names.
At whydah, these divinities are lodged in a temple shaded by lofty and beautiful trees.
whydah, 23 m. west of Kotonu, is an old and formerly thickly-populated town.