This collection of papers was written by the man who is known to
history asthe boy 'John Ross'. By undertaking the hazardous journey
to Delagoa Bay in 1827, to bring back medicines and ship-building
equipment, he acquired legendary status as the saviour of the tiny
community at Port Natal. Born in Scotland in 1815, his real name
was Charles Rawden Maclean. He was a ship's apprentice when
shipwrecked off Port natal, and went on to become a sea-captain in
the West Indian sugar trade. He became a noted spokesman for human
rights and was committed to the emancipation of African slaves.
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