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  • In this deposition, William Ray, a sailor on board the Philosidad, testifies that Captain Collins of the Brig Minerva boarded his ship in St. Thomas and took three slaves back to the Minerva, in order to get permission to enter the port of Havana and that after several days; the Captain returned to the Philosidad and took three more slaves. Ray further testifies that upon entering the port of Havana, he heard the Captain say that he took the s... more
    In this deposition, William Ray, a sailor on board the Philosidad, testifies that Captain Collins of the Brig Minerva boarded his ship in St. Thomas and took three slaves back to the Minerva, in order to get permission to enter the port of Havana and that after several days; the Captain returned to the Philosidad and took three more slaves. Ray further testifies that upon entering the port of Havana, he heard the Captain say that he took the six to a place called the Baracoa, where slaves are typically sold. less
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