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It must not be forgotten, that everyone was at liberty to rob me with impunity; and finally, that some part of my effects were of as great value in the estimation of the Negroes, as pearls and diamonds would have been in the eyes of a European. Let us suppose, a black merchant of Hindostan to have found his way into the centre of England, with a box of jewels at his back; and that the laws of the kingdom afforded him no security; in such a case the wonder would be, not that the stranger was robbed of any part of his riches, but that any part was left for a second depredation.
The colonial administrator, Africans in this generation have witnessed, was the imperious master, at times a bully, the law-giver, a sort of demi-god whose presence imposed fear on traditional rulers and awe on the communities. Also, to a great extent, the white man in the colonial days ordered the political, economic, and social life of African communities, substituted his language for the traditional ones, and paraded his religion, values, concepts, customs, and institutions as models for Africans to copy.
2. 52. 40 AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 32 Heinrich Barth, Travels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa, London, 1855, vol. 1, pp. 380–1. 33 Park, op. , vol. 1, p. 2. 34 R. Lander, Journal of An Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of the Niger, London, 1832, vol. 1, p. 11. 35 Hugh Clapperton, Journal of a Second Expedition into the Interior of Africa from the Bight of Benin to Soccatoo, London, 1829, p. 13. 36 Ibid. 37 Park, op. , vol. 1, p. 177. 38 The European Magazine, September 1792, p.