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Other slogans used by the self-dubbed entre-manurers include "We're No. 1 at No. 2," "Our business is picking up," and "I do doo."
For it will be observed that here, as elsewhere, Knox is concerned, not only for the 'very indigent,' and the technically 'poor,'  but for those especially whom he calls 'your poor brethren; the labourers and manurers (hand-workers) of the ground.'
He adds, "In short, it is a land that yields its manurers as plentiful a crop as they can wish, with great quantities of palm wine and oil, besides being well furnished with all sorts of tame, as well as wild beasts; but that the last fatal wars had reduced it to a miserable condition, and stripped it of most of its inhabitants."