''George Washington's'' Last Duel

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''George Washington's'' Last Duel

Short Story, Humor
English
1891

An old slave named "George Washington," going out as second in a duel, and being told by his master, greatly to his dismay, that he must stand up to be shot at in the absence of his principal, comports himself much after the fashion of Bob Acres, and furnishes plenty of that "African humor" which is the unadulterated material of P'laski's Tunament.

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