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d whose crimes may be left unrecorded, transported the natives of North America into slavery in Europe and the Spanish West Indies.
The glory of Columbus himself did not escape the stain; enslaving five hundred native Americans, he sent them
1494.. . XX. and allowing only those who were said to have been instructed in the Christian faith, to be transported to the West Indies, under the plea that they might assist in converting the infidel nations.
But the idle pretence was soon abandoned; fre to be revenged on the negroes; and the monopoly for eight years of annually importing four thousand slaves into the West Indies, was eagerly seized by La Bresa, a favorite of the Spanish monarch, and was sold to the Genoese, who purchased their cto be attended by a priest, whose benevolent duty it was, to prevent the kidnapping of the aborigines.
T. Southey's West Indies, i. 126. The legislation of independent America has been emphatic
Walsh's Appeal, 306—342.