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The Making of an English Slave-owner Samuel Eusebius Hudson at the Cape of Good Hope 1796–1807.

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Samuel Eusebius Hudson first came to the Cape as a servant in 1799.Variously a Customs clerk and a property speculater,he bought his first slave in 1799.Using Hudson’s diaries and essays,the author traces his elevation in the ranks of Cape Society,and the dilemmas and contradictions that followed the transformation from servant to master.

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Limp illustrated glossy card covers,some very minor chips ,bottom outside corner slightly bruised.Size 8×6 pp 135,endnotes,other sources,house plans.printed illustrations in text.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread ) No foxing staining or browning.Internally clean bright and sharp throughout. A v/g++–fine clean copy.

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