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No. LIU] Colonial. JAMAICA. REVIEW OF THE CONDUCT OF THE CORN-

No. LIU] Colonial. JAMAICA. REVIEW OF THE CONDUCT OF THE CORN-

WALL JURIES. (From the Falmouth Post.) THE REV. WILLIAM KNIBB. In the Queen vs. William Dyer, for a libel on the Rev. Mr. Knibb, the Chief Justice, in summing up the case, said that "he had never seen one more amply proved: it was impossible that a clearer case of libel could be
September 18, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE SPRING-HILL LABOURERS DOUBLE RENTS.

THE SPRING-HILL LABOURERS DOUBLE RENTS.

The resistance of the Spring-Hill labourers in St. George's to the execution of certain distress warrants, and the subsequent outrage on the magistrates and constables, has given rise to a great deal of newspaper discussion. As usual, the whole of the blame is thrown on the poor
September 18, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
CAPTURED SLAVES. From a Letter to Mr. Sturge.

CAPTURED SLAVES. From a Letter to Mr. Sturge.

Jamaica, Aug. 1, 1839. Let me respectfully recommend to the notice of your Society the atrocious system now in practice as regards slave captures, which ought to be immediately abolished. By a treaty with Spain, the only court for the adjudication of captures on this side the At
September 18, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
IMMEDIATE RESULTS OF THE BALLOT-BOX DEMONSTRATION.

IMMEDIATE RESULTS OF THE BALLOT-BOX DEMONSTRATION.

„ . . If. any, either friends or foes, are inclined to tliink the recent demonstration at the ballot-boxes is a failure, they are requested to consider three things :- 1. That-in Massachusetts we_have gained nearly all that we attempted; in Ohio the whigs charge us with lutving
December 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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pation, and the benefits which they had derived from the liberty secured to them by British law. He remembered on one occasion a group of negros who were labouring by the way side, coming round the vehicle in which be was travelling, and inquiring who he was. On understanding hi
November 13, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
KIDNAPPING EXTRAORDINARY.

KIDNAPPING EXTRAORDINARY.

The Demerara papers furnish us with an affecting sample of the little benefit which the aboriginal tribes derive from those salaried British functionaries, whose very office it is to protect them. A Mr. SPENCER, post-holder on the Demerara river, having it for an important part
November 27, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Vartetico.

Vartetico.

BRITISH COMMERCIAL RELATIONS WITH MEXICO: RECOGNITION OF TEXAS. To the Editor the Glasgow Herald. Szn,—Having, since my arrival in this city, seen a renewed attempt, on the part`of Mr. W. Kennedy, to persuade the British public, through the medium of the columns of the Morning C
November 27, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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November 28, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
The following is the letter of the Commissioners to the American Consul.

The following is the letter of the Commissioners to the American Consul.

Havanna, January 8,1839. Sin,—As it may possibly not have come to your knowledge, we think it right to make you acquainted with the report prevalent in this place respecting the ship" Venus," which arrived here the 4th August ;last, from Baltimore, and sailed shortly after for t
July 24, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
golontai.

golontai.

JAMAICA PEPPER. The House of Assembly is dissolved! The contumacy of its Members left His Excellency the Governor no other alternative! Writs have been issued for a new election! the public mind is in extreme agitation; placards have been issued, calling upon the Freeholders of
January 9, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England