The Brazilian Sumaca, Caridade, left Bahia on 19 May 1824 and purchased 334 enslaved people at Ouidah (no date recorded). The captain, José dos Santos Ferreira, sailed the vessel, owned by Vicente de Paula e Silva, back toward Brazil as intended, when it likely landed at São Salvador on 22 September 1825. Only 303 people survived the Middle Passage. For more information, see Map of 1825.
As Referenced as Voyages
Parliamentary Papers, Accounts and Papers, vol. 49 (1845), 593-633.
Irish University Press Series of British Parliamentary Papers: Slave Trade, IUPST, 10/B2 (Shannon, 1969-74), 69.
Irish University Press Series of British Parliamentary Papers: Slave Trade, IUPST, 11/B (Shannon, 1969-74), 58.
Verger, Pierre, Trade Relations Between the Bight of Benin and Bahia, 17th to 19th Century, (Ibadan, 1976), 422.
Arquivo Histórico Municipal de Salvador (Salvador da Bahia, Brazil). AHMS, 2.6, p. 51.