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" Me no like for have him Guinea corn always ! Massa gib me Guinea corn too much. Guinea corn to-day ! Guinea corn to-morrow ! Guinea corn eb'ry day ! Me no like him Guinea corn — him Guinea corn no good for gnhyaam. "
Notes on the West Indies: Including Observations Relative to the Creoles and ... - Page 301
by George Pinckard - 1816 - 534 pages
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 27

1807 - 1220 pages
...or sell it for money, and •with that they buy salt meat or vegetable1;. We occasionally see them offering the Guinea corn for sale ; and on being asked...they thus express themselves —«Me no like for have himGninca corn always! Massa gib meGuineacorn too much ; Guinea com today ; Guinea corn to-morrow >...
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the Discovery of ...

R. P. Forster - Africa - 1818 - 514 pages
...provisions, or sell it for money, and with that buy salt meat or vegetables. We occasionally see them offering the Guinea corn for sale ; and on being asked...Massa gib me Guinea corn too much — Guinea corn to day — Guinea corn to-morrow — Guinea corn eb'ry day — Me no like him Guinea corn — him Guinea...
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The Slaves' Economy: Independent Production by Slaves in the Americas

Ira Berlin, Philip D. Morgan - Business & Economics - 1995 - 226 pages
...food allocations. Pinckard declared. they would commonly 'express themselves: 'me no like for have guinea corn always! Massa gib me guinea corn too much...like him guinea corn - him guinea corn no good for guhyaam''. ln his 1808 History of Barbados. John Poyer. a white creole social commentator. agreed with...
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Selected Poems of Amy Lowell

Amy Lowell - Literary Collections - 2002 - 394 pages
...money, and with that buy salt meat or vegetables. We occasionally see them offering the Guinea-corn for sale; and on being asked why they sell it, they thus express themselves - 'Me no like for have Guinea-corn always! Massa gib me Guinea-corn too much - Guineacorn today - Guinea-corn to-morrow -...
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The Slavery Reader, Volume 1

Gad J. Heuman, James Walvin - Slavery - 2003 - 824 pages
...their food allocations, Pinckard declared, they would commonly express themselves: 'me no like for have guinea corn always! Massa gib me guinea corn too much...like him guinea corn — him guinea corn no good for guhyaam'.7 In his 1 808 History of Barbados, John Poyer, a white creóle social commentator, agreed...
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The Slavery Reader

Gad J. Heuman, James Walvin - Slavery - 2003 - 824 pages
...Pinckard declared, they would commonly express themselves: 'me no like for have guinea corn alwaysl Massa gib me guinea corn too much - guinea corn today - guinea corn tomorrow - guinea corn ch'ry day - Me no like him guinea corn - him guinea corn no good for gubyaam'. 1n his 1808 History...
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