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room. When I opened the door in the morning, the scent or stench was frequently so great that I had

room. When I opened the door in the morning, the scent or stench was frequently so great that I had

to put my handkerchief to my nose, and I often, on going to the room, put lavender on my handkerchief. The stench was disagreeable before I opened their room, when I opened the first or passage door, and entered the passage. The room opened in this passage. I have seen the state
February 20, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
CORK.

CORK.

The Anti-Slavery Society, of CORK, have put forth the following manifesto, the spirited tone of which will meet with general approbation. "THE DAY OF FREIDOM. OF AUGUST, 1838. _ "Minutes of the Committee the Cork Anti-Slavery Society, "1. Since our last Meeting the just expectat
August 8, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
BRITISH GUIANA.

BRITISH GUIANA.

Proceedings in the Court of Policy in relation to the Abolition of the Apprenticeship.
August 8, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. XXIX.] govrtait. UNITED STATES.

No. XXIX.] govrtait. UNITED STATES.

No. XXIX.] UNITED STATES. CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST OF AUGUST AT NEW YORK MILLS. THE CONGRATULATORY ADDRESS. Thanks to Almighty God for this most glorious day in the English West India Islands! No such day as this, since the birth and resurrection o f our Lord and Saviour Jesus Ch
October 17, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

iVewould have inserted the proceedings at Handsworth could we have found room. The letter from Brown's Town, Jamaica, to Kr. Clarkson, is in type, but has been displace 4 by press matter.
October 17, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE BONE OF CONTENTION. To the Editor of the Sun.

THE BONE OF CONTENTION. To the Editor of the Sun.

By the information received yesterday from the West Indies, it appears the negros continue to conduct themselves admirably, and are almost universally willing to work for equitable wages most industriously; but a large proportion of the attorneys and managers are pursuing a reck
November 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

Up to the period of Sir Eardley Wilmot's motion on Tuesday the 22nd instant, there had been petitions presented to the House of Commons, praying for the immediate abolition of the apprenticeship, to the enormous amount of three thousand five hundred and one, with signatures ther
May 30, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
them rankles in the mind of the negros, for the unkindness with which they have been treated with under the,late

them rankles in the mind of the negros, for the unkindness with which they have been treated with under the,late

system. For myself, I shall use my best exertions and influence to tranquillize the minds of the people, and bring about a more amicable feeling and healthy state of society. I think that without incurring the charge of egotism, I may safely say that m y en d eavours on this hea
April 17, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
instructed his book-keeper to destroy the provisions of a labourer, which was accordingly done, and the poor man's provisions conveyed

instructed his book-keeper to destroy the provisions of a labourer, which was accordingly done, and the poor man's provisions conveyed

to the overseer's buttery for the use of the estate. 2. By destroying the houses. Mr. taken umbrage at several of his people for suing him on account of damage done by the estates' cattle, actually went himself, with eight assistants, to the house of a labourer, destroyed his pr
April 17, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LTHE JAMAICA BILL.

LTHE JAMAICA BILL.

The Bill for making temporary provision for the Government of Jamaica is founded, according to the Preamble, on the General Assembly of the House of the Island having met on the 17th of December, 1838, and baying resolved to abstain from any legislative fu nctions till certain c
April 17, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England