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If making a break for open water was not an option, the slaver crewed upward of 80 men and carried 14 powerful guns.
They also warned other slavers that the West Africa Squadron had become an effective force, and only fast, well-armed ships could have a chance of escape.
It is worth noting that most captives did not live longer than a few months after arriving in Europe, succumbing to foreign illness or malnourishment when their slavers did not feed them.Tattoos Have A Long History Going Back To The Ancient World – And Also To Colonialism|LGBTQ-Editor|September 13, 2021|No Straight News
On the same evening we saw a vessel, which our captain affirmed was a slaver, run into the bay.
We had hardly lost sight of the slaver before one of our own crew had nearly committed suicide.
That and more too might be said of the districts where the white slaver grows rich from his traffic in girls.
Upon refusing they were dragged through the streets and given to a white slaver.
The wind had died away and the slaver lay between the yawl and the eastern dawn, a dim yet recognizable bulk.Ralph Granger's Fortunes|William Perry Brown
British Dictionary definitions for slaver (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for slaver (2 of 2)
- to fawn or drool (over someone)
- to show great desire (for); lust (after)