8ent back to th« Woods, ......
Covey's Manner of proceeding to Whip,
His Cunning and Trickery—Severe Labor,
Family Worship, ......
Shocking Contempt for Chastity—An Illustration,
Author Broken Down—His only Leisure Time,
Freedom of the Ships and his own Slavery Contrasted, A .
Anguish beyond Description, .....
ANOTHER PRESSURE OF THE TYRANT'S VICE.
Experience at Covey's summed up, ....
Scene in the Treading Yard, •....,
Author taken 111, ......
Unusual Brutality of Covey, ....
Escape to St Michael's—Suffering in the Woods,
Circumstances Narrated to Master Thomas—His Bearing,
^he Case Prejudged—Driven back to Covey's,
THE LAST FLOGGING.
A Sleepless Night—Return to Covey's,
His Conduct—Again Escape to the Woods,
Deplorable Spectacle—Night in the Woods,
An Alarm—A Friend, not an Enemy, .
Sandy's Hospitality—The Ash Cake Supper,
A Conjuror—His Advice—The Magic Root,
Want of Faith—The Talisman Accepted, .
Meeting with Covey—His Sunday Face,
His Manner on Monday—A Defensive Resolve,
A Rough and Tumble Fight, ....
Unexpected Resistance, ....
Covey's Ineffectual Commands for Assistance, .
The Victory and its Results,
Effects upon my own Character,
NEW RELATIONS AND DUTIES
Change of Masters—Resolve to Fight my Way, .
Ability to Read a cause of Prejudice,
Manner of Spending the Holidays, . .
The Effects—Sharp hit at Slavery,
A Device of Slavery, ....
Difference between Master Freeland and Covey,
An Irreligious Master Preferred—The Reasons Why,
The Reverend Rigby Hopkins,
Catalogue of Floggable Offenses,
Rivalry among Slaves Encouraged,
Improved Condition at Freeland's,
Reasons for continued Discontent,
Congenial Society—The Sabbath School, .