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" Many of the natives write English; an art first acquired by some of the traders' sons, who had visited England, and which they have had the sagacity to retain up to the present period. They have established schools and schoolmasters, for the purpose of... "
Remarks on the Country Extending from Cape Palmas to the River Congo ... - Seite 144
von John Adams - 1823 - 265 Seiten
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The new sailing directory for the Ethiopic or southern Atlantic ocean

John Purdy - 1844 - 472 Seiten
...well-assorted cargo of other goods. The currency of the country is copper rods. Many of the natives here write English ; an art first acquired by some of the traders' sons, who had visited England, which they have had the sagacity to retain; having schoolmasters who instruct in this art the youths...
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A Sailing Directory for the Ethiopic Or South Atlantic Ocean, Including the ...

Alexander G. Findlay - 1867 - 691 Seiten
...of other goods. The currency of the country is copper rods. Many of the natives here write Knglish ; an art first acquired by some of the traders' sons, who had visited England, which they have had the sagacity to retain, having schoolmasters who instruct in this arl the youths...
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A Sailing Directory for the Ethiopic Or Southern Atlantic Ocean: Including a ...

Alexander George Findlay - 1883 - 865 Seiten
...other goods. The currency of the country is copper rods. Many of the natives here write English—an art first acquired by some of the traders' sons, who had visited England, which they have had the sagacity to retain, having schoolmaster- who instruct in this art the youths...
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Markt, Macht, Moral: interkulturelle Wirtschaftsbeziehungen zwischen Afrika ...

Erika Dettmar - 2000 - 499 Seiten
...write English, an art first acquired by some traders'sons, who had visited England, and which they had had the sagacity to retain up to the present period....the youths belonging to families of consequence." (Adams, zit. nach Dike 1956:1 1 1,1 12) Auch die Stadtstaaten der Yoruba erfuhren durch den Handel...
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The Slavery Reader, Band 1

Gad J. Heuman, James Walvin - 2003 - 800 Seiten
...the inhabltants of Old Calahar were reported to be literate in English, and there were local schools "for the purpose of instructing in this art the youths belonging to families of coosequence"; see Adams, Remarks, 144. 71 Walter Rodney, A History of the Upper Guinea Coast, 154S-1800...
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The Two Princes of Calabar

Randy J. Sparks - 2009 - 208 Seiten
...quotation), 84— 86 (remaining quotations). A nineteenth-century English merchant noted that in Old Calabar "many of the natives write English; an art first acquired...the youths belonging to families of consequence." Captain John Adams, Remarks on the Country Extending from Cape Palmas to the River Congo (London, 1823),...
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