From
William Wilberforce

Wilberforce's Abolition Speech - 10 Song and Dance

After breakfast they have water to wash themselves, while their apartments are perfumed with frankincense and lime-juice. Before dinner, they are amused after the manner of their country. The song and dance are promoted, and, as if the whole was really a scene of
pleasure and dissipation it is added, that games of chance are furnished. The men play and sing, while the women and girls make fanciful ornaments with beads, which they are plentifully supplied with.

(Voice of William Wilberforce provided by Chris Cade)