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THE ANTISLAVERY CONGRESS. To the Editor of the Emancipator.

THE ANTISLAVERY CONGRESS. To the Editor of the Emancipator.

Paris, 16th Dec. 1839. SlR,—The appeal made to the abolitionists of different countries to be present at the Congress in London next June, has been beard. France will have its representatives, among whom will be M. de St. Anthoine, One of the most active members of the antislave
January 10, 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
JAMAICA PERSECUTION FUND. To the Editor of the Emancipator. 27, New Broad Street, London, Ist Month 4th, 1839.

JAMAICA PERSECUTION FUND. To the Editor of the Emancipator. 27, New Broad Street, London, Ist Month 4th, 1839.

RESPECTED FRIEND, Allow me, through the medium of the columns of the British Emancipator, to inform our friends that, by a late packet from Jamaica, we are furnished with a detailed account of the trials alluded to in our late advertisements, under the head of "Persecution in Ja
January 10, 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PROSPECTUS.

PROSPECTUS.

• THE social and physical condition of that unfortunate class of our fellow-subjects, the Negro population of our Colonies, is once more becoming a subject of deep and painful interest. After the anxious, ardent, and protracted struggle in which the Friends of Humanity were unre
December 27, 1837 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
I am, Sir, your obedient servant, C. H. DARLING.

I am, Sir, your obedient servant, C. H. DARLING.

The Rev. John Clarke, Jericho.
December 27, 1837 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Extract of another Letter, dated N0v.11,1837.

Extract of another Letter, dated N0v.11,1837.

"Burge (the Island Agent) has written to the Committee of Correspondence to inform them, that it was the intention of Government to send out a Commissioner, Captain Pringle, to inspect the workhouses, houses of correction, and gaols; and to report on their discipline. He also se
December 27, 1837 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of the British Emancipator. Dear Sir, _ _

To the Editor of the British Emancipator. Dear Sir, _ _

It is with sympathetic pleasure I now address you, and beg leave most sincerely to congratulate yOu on the growing acceptance with which the silently eloquent champion of liberty "THE EMANCIPATOR,' Continues to be hailed. Some would, doubtless, mysteriously enough, put it in cha
April 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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[FOURPENCE who have been brought hither? Many of them also are in their graves; and the rest are pining for the homes from which they have been seduced, and the families from whom they have been separated! Aye, and where are the kidnapped coolies? They have been here but a few m
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
INQUIRY OBSTRUCTED; OR "A GREAT STIR" IN DEAItRARA.

INQUIRY OBSTRUCTED; OR "A GREAT STIR" IN DEAItRARA.

To the Editor of the Barbados Liberal. Sir,—l beg to call your attention to an affair which is making a .great stir in this colony at the present moment. That indefatigable advocate of justice, Mr. John Scoble, has recently visited plantation Vriedenhoop, the property of the wea
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
DR. PALMER'S JOURNAL Concluded. MONTSERRAT.

DR. PALMER'S JOURNAL Concluded. MONTSERRAT.

Nov. 27.—We arrived at Montserrat early this morning. I went on shore for an hour whilst the mails were being landed, and called on Mr. Loving, the government secretary. The . all engrossing theme of discussion here (as well as in most of the other small islands) is emigration.
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Varictico. . THE •SLAVE TRADE. From the ,Leeds Mercury. No. HI.

Varictico. . THE •SLAVE TRADE. From the ,Leeds Mercury. No. HI.

'WE lately submitted to our readers a review of [th means hitherto employed to suppress the Slave Trade, showing that these means had failed, and had 'indeed undeniably aggravated the atrocity of that wicked traffic. Unwelcome as this :conclusion is, humiliating to our national
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England