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SLAVE VESSELS.

SLAVE VESSELS.

It appears by a return just printed by order of the House of Commons, that the "number of Slave Vessels brought before the several Courts of Mixed Commission for adjudication since the first of January, 1838, to the latest date to which the same can be prepared," was fiftytwo. T
October 30, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
( From the Colonial Reformer)

( From the Colonial Reformer)

The anniversary of the glorious and never-to-beforgotten day of freedom—the thrice blessed FIRST OF AuousT—was celebrated in this town, with that sort of sober and rational enjoyment, which affords the most pleasing and satisfactory evidence of the moral and intellectual advance
October 2, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
_SPEECH OF THE REV. WILLIAM KNIBB,

_SPEECH OF THE REV. WILLIAM KNIBB,

At the _first Anniversary'of the Falmouth Anti-Slavery Society, August Ist, 1839. The Rev. Mr. Knibb rose to move the fifth 'resolution, and said, Mr. Chairman and my christian friends, there are very few Ministers who can preach without a text, and I am glad you have given me o
October 2, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. LX.] -t -le 1 A – , ill otontal. THE BAPTISTS IN JAMAICA.

No. LX.] -t -le 1 A – , ill otontal. THE BAPTISTS IN JAMAICA.

No. LX.] -t -le 1 A - , otontal. THE BAPTISTS IN JAMAICA. It is the fashion to abuse the Baptists. I have seen most of their congregations, and I believe that they are the best labourers in the country. When an estate is peopled by them, there is an esprit du corps in favour of a
December 24, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
or.

or.

her prerogative, has been !pleased to disallow certain laws of the island, and carrying her Majesty's recommendation that provision should be made by the Colonial Legislatures for the introduction of several measures of vital interest to all classes of her Majesty's subjects in
December 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
JAMAICA.-STATE OF THE COUNTRY. E rtract of w letter from the Rev. William Knibb to Lord Sligo, dated 6th November, 1838.

JAMAICA.-STATE OF THE COUNTRY. E rtract of w letter from the Rev. William Knibb to Lord Sligo, dated 6th November, 1838.

"It will afford your Lordship pleasure to learn that the boon of freedom has given an impetus to education of the most interesting character. There are now 2,000 children in my different schools in Trelawny ; and could places be obtained, their number might bc considerably incre
December 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
FROLICS OF ATTORNEYS AND LOCAL JUSTICES.

FROLICS OF ATTORNEYS AND LOCAL JUSTICES.

Letter frum;the Rev. S. Oughtot Lucea, Jamaica, Nov. 6, 1838. Mr.prockett, Attorney of Content Estate, offered the great gang is. Sd per day, which was refused, other estates paying is. Bd. He then issued his notice for rent, and demanded 4s. Td. per head for all cattle on the e
December 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1839.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1839.

had been no diminution whatever in the amount of the revenue to this country from West India produce ; and therefore they had to congratulate themselves on the seccessful working of the Emancipation Act, up to the present hour.—(Cheers.) But it might be asked what had been the e
November 13, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL CRUMBS. REFUSAL TO ABOLISH THE APPRENTICE"

COLONIAL CRUMBS. REFUSAL TO ABOLISH THE APPRENTICE"

SHIP IN MAURITIUS. From the Colonial Gazette. We have received Mauritius papers up to the 22 11 d Nov., from which it appears that the general termo l3- , tion of slave apprenticeship in that Colony will 0" so soon and so generally take place as in all the other, British Colonie
March 20, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
gambling vecrtlatitais to an incredible *extent took place. Immense quantities of t" scrip" were sold; and the •" scrip," being

gambling vecrtlatitais to an incredible *extent took place. Immense quantities of t" scrip" were sold; and the •" scrip," being

transferable, fell into the bands of needy adventurers, who hesitated at no measures to - promote their pecuniary interests. In the meantime etniFrants poured into Texas from the slave 'States, carrying their -slaves -with them in defiance of the colonization laws. Besides these
November 27, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England