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" They have a method of burying their tongue in the throat, in such a way as to produce suffocation. A friend of mine was passing when a slave was tied up and flogged. After a few lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless; and when taken down he was... "
A Treatise on the Yoga Philosophy - Page 52
by N. C. Paul - 1851 - 62 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 55

Sir John Murray IV - 1836
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless; and when taken down he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus so as completely to close the trachea.' — vol. ii., p. 359. ' Negresses are known to be remarkably fond mothers ; yet this very affection...
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Notices of Brazil in 1828 and 1829, Volume 2

Robert Walsh - Brazil - 1830
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless, and when taken down, he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus, so as completely to close the trachea. While this tremendous power is permitted to the master, the laws of the country are frequently a dead...
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Anti-slavery Monthly Reporter, Volume 3

Zachary Macaulay - Antislavery movements - 1831
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless, and when taken down he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus, so as completely to close the trachea." — Vol. ii. p. 32—359. ' 10. The Slave Market. " The place where the great slave mart is held, is...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1830
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless, and when taken down he was actually dead, end bis tongue found wedged in the oesophagus, so as completely to close the trachea."— Vol. ii. p. 32—359. 10. The Slave Market. " The place where the great slave mart is held, is a long...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 12

1830
...lashes, he hung his head, apparently lifeless, and when taken down, he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus, so as completely to close the trachea. While this tremendous power is permitted to the master, the laws of the country are frequently a dead...
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Anti-slavery Monthly Reporter, Volume 3

Zachary Macaulay - Slavery - 1831
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless, and when taken down he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus, so as completely to close the trachea." — Vol. ii. p. 32—359. 10. The Slave Market. " The place where the great slave mart is held, is...
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The Quarterly Review.VOL.LV. december,1835 & February,1836

The Quarterly Review.VOL.LV. december,1835 & February,1836 - 1836
...lashes, he hung his head apparently lifeless; and when taken doivn he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus so as completely to close the trachea.'— vol. ii., p. 359. ' Negresses are known to be remarkably fond mothers ; yet this very affection often...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 55

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1836
...lashes, he hunjj his head apparently lifeless ; and when taken down he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus so as completely to close the trachea.' — vol. ii., p. 369. ' Negresses are known to be remarkably fond mothers ; yet this very affection...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 55

Sir John Murray IV - 1836
...lashes, he hunjy his head apparently lifeless ; and when taken down he was actually dead, and his tongue found wedged in the oesophagus so as completely to close the trachea.' — vol. ii., p. 359. ' Negresses are known to he remarkably fond mothers ; yet this very affection...
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