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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

The Letter Mr. Ramsay, Special Justice in Jamaica, as also one from Mr. Henry Sterne in the same Island, have been dulu received, and shall have attention in our next number. The Communication Madame Hippolyte de St. Anthoine, together with " An Abolitionist," and various other
May 30, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE NEW SLAVE TRADE.

THE NEW SLAVE TRADE.

We observe that the two first slavers, from Calcutta to the West Indies, have arrived at Demerara with a cargo of Hill Coolies; namely, the ship "Whitby," Captain Swinton, and the s hip "Hesperus," Captain Baxter! Would to heaven, we could say, that these will be not only the fi
July 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL LEGISLATION.

COLONIAL LEGISLATION.

At no period in the history of the Anti-Slavery cause, was it ever more necessary for its advocates to exercise a vigilant supervision over the legislative movements of the Colonies, than at the present moment. If any man imagine that because we gave twenty millions of our money
July 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. XXXVII.]

No. XXXVII.]

February 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT LETTERS FROM JAMAICA. No. I. Montego Bay, St. James's, Jamaica, Dec. 3, 1838.

IMPORTANT LETTERS FROM JAMAICA. No. I. Montego Bay, St. James's, Jamaica, Dec. 3, 1838.

You have already heard of the contentions about wages. Having been defeated in their attempts to impose a mere nominal rate upon the labourers, the planters are now endeavouring to do what they can to distress and harass their victims and to reduce them singly, in families, and
February 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE FREE PEASANTRY.

THE FREE PEASANTRY.

I have had crowds of negios coming down froth the country to congratulate the on my return, and to express their gratitude, ; from them I learn tht they ate really free—the right of locomotion is unrestricted—almost all are at - Work for very-inoderate wages, and the Work iS mos
February 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
BLOWN UP!

BLOWN UP!

- - - With reference to the above letter of Mr. John Scoble,—slandered colonists of Barbados, mark our words! AUTHORITIES AND YOURSELVES HAVE BEEN MOST WICKEDLY, atrociously, AND FOULLY LIBELLED ! The Board of Jail Commissioners will meet on Monday, and through deference, we pau
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LORD GLENELa AND SIR EVAN AFGREGOR, ON SUPER-LEGISLATION.

LORD GLENELa AND SIR EVAN AFGREGOR, ON SUPER-LEGISLATION.

A curious correspondence between Sir Murray 111`Gregor and Lord Glenelg is given in the Barbados papers, as having been submitted to the legislature for that colony. It is on the subject of parliamentary legislation for the colonies, which the Governor seems to consider in the l
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Esq., Justice of the Peace. GOVERNOR LIGHT'S DESPATCHES TO LORD

Esq., Justice of the Peace. GOVERNOR LIGHT'S DESPATCHES TO LORD

GLEN ELG. George Town, Demerara, 12 December, 1838. I have hitherto avoided giving your Lordship any determined opinion, on the amount of labour, or disposition to abstain from it. During the last three months, I have lost no opportunity of obtaining information, It has often be
May 1, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Messrs. Rainy, and others.

Messrs. Rainy, and others.

Memorandum by our Correspondent. "Three days after the date of this reply, namely, the 19th of April, the Assembly was dissolved. We have reason to believe that this was done contrary to orders from the Secretary of State. "A good deal of light might he thrown on the subject by
September 5, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England