Colonel Lloyd's Treatment Of His Slaves

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I believe chapter three had focused mainly on Colonel Lloyd, and his treatment of his slaves. I believe that the description of Colonel Lloyd's treatment of his slaves, and how both his sons and son-in-law's treatment of slaves were used to show their cruelty. For example, it was stated within the chapter that slaves who worked at the stables were verbally and physically abused depending on the horse's condition, which was likely not even related to their treatment from the slaves. For example, a slave was verbally and physically abused if the horse’s head was not high enough. Another instance in the chapter was when Frederick Douglas had explained that slaves of Colonel Lloyd would be further be verbally and physically berated the master

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