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No. XVI.]

No. XVI.]

May 16, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
( From the sante.)

( From the sante.)

The Journal of Messrs. Sturge and Harvey's visit to these islands, has just been published in London. We have not yet had time to read through the volume, which came to band only yesterday; but as far as we have read, it seems to contain a well digested mass of most valuable inf
May 16, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
NEGRO EMANCIPATION.

NEGRO EMANCIPATION.

At a meeting the Negro Emancipation Commitee, held at No. 25, Token/muse-yard, on Thursday, the 17th July. 1838, GEORGE STACEY, Esq., in the Chair, ._ . It was unanimously resolved ,That Ibis Committee,while they congrattilate the anti-slavery public on the probable speedy extin
July 25, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL CORRESPONDZNCE. WILLIAM RAMSAY, ESQ., SPECIAL JUSTICE, IN JAMAICA.

COLONIAL CORRESPONDZNCE. WILLIAM RAMSAY, ESQ., SPECIAL JUSTICE, IN JAMAICA.

In giving insertion to Mr. Ramsay's letters in vindication of Sir Lionel Smith, we deem it advisable, by way of preface, to republish from our seventh number, the article which is made the subject of Mr. Ramsay's complaint. It is as follows :
June 6, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO-

ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO-

A DDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO- _ LOURED CLASSES IN TRINIDAD. To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. gracious Sovereign, We, your Majesty's loyal subjects, free black ,er,sorts and emancipated apprentices of the island of t Ilnidad, humbly beg to present to your Majesty:, and
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Donirottr. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL. To the Editor of the Times.

Donirottr. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL. To the Editor of the Times.

did not see, until my return from Scotland, the note addressed by Mr. O'Connell some weeks ago to the editor of the Chronicle, purporting to give an explanation of the correspondence which has passed between us, and which I deemed it proper to make public. Ido not intend to be d
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Britiob emancipator.

Britiob emancipator.

LONDON; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1838. We were able in our last to quote the gratifying declaration of the Governor, on opening the House of Assembly in Barbados, that among the emancipated classes in that island there had occurred "little, if any thing to occasion surprise, and c
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE TRADE IN HILL COOLIES. To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

THE TRADE IN HILL COOLIES. To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

London, June _l5, 1838. Sir,—Time out of mind, through - out Asia, man has been regarded as the rankest of all the weeds that encumber the soil of that most prolific portion of the World —the cradle of the human race; and, I regret to say, that, the entire melancholy history of
June 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Extract of a Letter from a;gentlenzan in North Shields.

Extract of a Letter from a;gentlenzan in North Shields.

"I hope we shall be required again to importune 1 Parliament in our cause—by demanding the abolition of the Sugar Bounties. Surely Hume and his train of Economists, and the true Reformers, friendly as they are to slavery, will give us their votes. Oh, I should like to starve tho
June 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL INTELLIGENCZ.

COLONIAL INTELLIGENCZ.

JAMAICA. ( Morning Journal) May 10, 1838. Our Demarara contemporaries seem very anxious to make people believe that there is nothing whatever wrong going on in that colony, and that all the evils complained of by the Anti-slavery party in England have been found to exist in Jama
June 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England