and his religious development independently whenever possible, but his visits to England are always temporary, as he returns to sea with his captain whenever Pascal and the ship are ready for a new voyage. In 1999, Vincent Carretta, a professor of English editing a new version of Equiano's memoir, found two records that led him to question the former slave's account of being born in Africa. Did Nature make them inferior to their sons? 6 Pascal took Equiano with him when he returned to England and had him accompany him as a valet during the Seven Years' War with France. This organization had formed in November 1796 at the Spa Fields Chapel of the Countess of Huntingdon in north London.
Olaudah Equiano was taken by force
Robert Hume wrote a children's book, Equiano: The Slave with the Loud Voice (2007 illustrated by Cheryl Ives. The ship returned to London a month afterwards. He was severely distressed in 1774 by the kidnapping of his friend, a black cook named John Annis, who was taken forcibly off the English ship Anglicania on which they were both serving. When the old man died Olaudah was sold to a sea Captain who allowed the sailors on board the ship to teach him to read and to write. Kitts, he was whipped brutally and put into irons. Andrews, Frances Smith Foster, Trudier Harris, New York: Oxford University Press, 1997, 257-258; Shields,. Amazed and admiring, Equiano desired to be as content and grateful as them; hed never seen this kind of Christian fellowship, which ended with a simple meal together. After briefly recounting a violent assault while trading in Savannah, Georgia, and his subsequent recovery and return to Montserrat, Equiano closes the first volume of the Interesting Narrative somewhat abruptly, noting that "This ended my adventures in 1764; for I did not leave Montserrat again.
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