"Cinque Addressing his Compatriots, on board the Spanish Schooner AMISTAD, 26. Aug. 1839.", lithograph, John Childs, 1839.
Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society
Cinque addressing his Compatriots, on board the Spanish Schooner, AMISTAD, 26: Aug. 1839.
Friends and Brothers! we would have returned, but the sun was . "I expected it __ It would have been better. You had better be killed the dying. I could save many of my brothers from the  of the  us. I would not see you serve the white man so I induced you to help me kill the Captain. I thought I should be killed." Many [m____] in misery. I think every day I shall be hanged, but this does not pain me. I could die happy, if by man."
1. Part of the crew of the U.S. Brig Washington.
2. The three children slaves of Montez
3. The Conn
4. Joseph Cinquez
5. Antonio, slave to the Captain of the Schooner Amistad
Published by John Childs Fulton on Broadway, NY