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urnt to the water's edge. They also met a man on the beach, and Capt. Eneas asked him if any Spaniards were turtling on the Island. He replAzorian's crow if they ran. The Capt. of the burnt vessel asked Capt. Eneas whether he was a wrecker, and being answered in the affirmative,d here, and my brig and cargo are on the other side." He wanted Captain Eneas to accompany him there, but on the latter's saying he did not care about going, he replied, "Well, you'll have to go." Capt. Eneas then went, and saw, according to the captain's statement, 001 African's, stant. The slaves had been landed at Anguilla three days before Capt. Eneas saw them, during which period the captain of the slaver had beena schooner, which took off about 400 of the slaves an hour after Capt. Eneas' arrival. The captain of the slaver detained four or five of CaCapt. Eneas' crew till the first portion of the slaves had been carried off the bay. They were then suffered to go, and the rest of the slaves