Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"When Parliament abolished negro slavery in 1808, the flues of its august chambers were being climbed by boys four, five and six years of age, chimney sweepers for prices ranging from a few shillings to two guineas-the smaller the child, the better the price."

G. L. PHILLIPS, England's Climbing Boys. Quoted in M. A. Hoffman II, 1991, They Were White and They Were Slaves, New York, Wiswell Ruffin House.

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