Narrative of Dimmock Charlton, a British subject, taken from the brig "Peacock" by the U.S. sloop "Hornet," enslaved while a prisoner of war, and retained forty-five years in bondage.
|Main Author:||Cox, Mary L.,|
|Related Names:||Cox, Susan H. , joint ed.|
> b. ca. 1801.
Introductory chapter (p. -3) signed: Mary L. & Susan H. Cox. The remainder of the pamphlet consists of extracts from the New York times and the Anti-slavery reporter relating to the case. Charlton, earlier known as Tallen and John Bull, was captured in Africa, released from a slave-ship by a British war vessel, and sent to Georgia after the capture of the "Peacock," where he was held as a slave until about 1857.
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