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What connects the song you hear (Bob Marley’s Redemption Song) with this man, this house and these objects?. The 1 st Clue …. The man is Thomas Clarkson. He was born in 1760 (Wisbech, Cambridgeshire).

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What connects the song you hear (Bob Marley’s Redemption Song) with this man, this house and these objects?
the 1 st clue
The 1st Clue …
  • The man is Thomas Clarkson.
  • He was born in 1760 (Wisbech, Cambridgeshire).
  • His father was the local headmaster. Clarkson was only six when his father died in 1766. Clarkson went to the local grammar school and later Cambridge University (St John’s College).
  • He intended to join the church. Friends describe him as a kind, generous and shy man. Clarkson was over six feet tall and always tended to wear black.
  • He lived here (Playford Hall, near Ipswich) for 30 years …
clue 2 listen to the song carefully
Clue 2Listen to the song carefully …

REDEMPTION SONG

Old pirates, yes, they rob I;Sold I to the merchant ships,Minutes after they took IFrom the bottomless pit.But my hand was made strongBy the 'and of the Almighty.We forward in this generationTriumphantly.Won't you help to singThese songs of freedom? -'Cause all I ever have:Redemption songs;Redemption songs.

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What connects the song you hear (Bob Marley’s Redemption Song) with this man, this house and these objects?