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Even at critical public moments in the history of British slavery, such as the years 1772 or 1787, there were far more demands in the London newspapers for a census and social control of Jews than of blacks. " The very paucity of official information and public attention given to blacks, measured against either their colonial counterparts or other metropolitan minorities, implies a relative lack of social 'tracking'. Their high colour visibility was not matched by a correspondingly high social tension.
In sixteenth-century Europe the 'underground railroad' ran across the Pyrenees to Toulouse. When an enterprising Dutch slaver brought his cargo to the city of Middleburg in the Netherlands in 1596 the citizens declared the slaves free. " The Janus-faced French , with both Atlantic and Mediterranean interests, briefly experimented with African galley slaves in the seventeenth century. " Apparently no attempt was ever made to import whole boatloads of African slaves into Britain. Nor were exceptional slave laws promulgated in England, a situation which was ultimately to generate the first clash between slave-holders and their antagonists in eighteenth-century Britain.
This private war on the streets and docks of London was the equivalent of the struggle over black baptism in the churches. It was a deadly game of hide-and-seek, and the same public which would not intervene to protect the masters' claims would not always intervene to protect the servant. This anomalous situation also helps to explain why many domestics did not run away, even in the more porous environment of urban Britain. Service, even without wages, did provide a welfare exchange for those who had only uncertain chances in the free market .