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Page 164 - .In this Sircar there is a mercantile tribe who employ themselves in trading by sea and land. Their agents purchased a. two-masted vessel, and having loaded her with rice, departed with a view to traffic. It happened that she went to...
Page 164 - In this Sircar (the gift of God) there is a mercantile tribe, who employ themselves in trading by sea and land. Their agents purchased a two-masted vessel, and having loaded her with rice, departed with a view to traffic. It happened that she went to the Mauritius, from whence forty persons, French and of a dark colour, of whom ten or twelve were artificers, and the rest servants, paying the hire of the ship, came here in search of employment. Such as chose to take service were entertained, and the...