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Copy gra Letter to Lord Glenelg from the Coloured

Copy gra Letter to Lord Glenelg from the Coloured

Conznzunity of Antigua. Antigua, May 17, 1838. We desire, my Lord, distinctly to admit the right of the Queen's representatives to make such unreserved communications to your Lordship as may appear best calculated to promote the public service. With this admission, we hope we do
September 5, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE CUSTOS OF TRELAWNEY CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT.

THE CUSTOS OF TRELAWNEY CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT.

At Rio Bueno, before Justices Dillon and Kelly, the Honourable WILLIAM FRATER, Custos of Trelawney, Major-General of Militia, &c., &c., was charged by a labourer, named Richard Frater, with having assaulted him. Mr. Frater admitted having struck the plaintiff the first week afte
June 12, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
NAMES OF ESTATES.

NAMES OF ESTATES.

Anchovy Adelphi . Bell field (Cunningham's) Blue Hole . Bogue . Bellfield (Watcon's) Catherine Mount Cinnamon Hill . Carthagena . Crawl Cornwall Catherine Hall . Childermas . • Carlton . Chatham • Content . Canaan . Castle Wemyss . Dumfries Duckett's :Spring . Easthams Eden Flam
June 12, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT and ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Arthur Street West, King William Street, London Bridge. Capital £1,000,000. Henry A ggs. Thomas

THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT and ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Arthur Street West, King William Street, London Bridge. Capital £1,000,000. Henry A ggs. Thomas

Bax. T. Gates Darton. W. Revell Spicer. DIRECTORS. Jasper Capper. Russell Jeffrey. Job Heath. Henry Sterry. Joseph Sterry, jun. Henry Tuckett. Joseph Cooper. BANKERS. Messrs. Prescott, Grote, Ames, Baillie, and Grote. SOLlClTOR.—Frederick Bankart. This Society, early in 1837, or
August 21, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
MEDICAL REPORT.

MEDICAL REPORT.

Colonial Hospital, Demerary, June 11th, 1889. Sir,-1 have the honour to report to you, for the information of the governor, that, in conformity with his Excellency's instructions, I have removed into the colonial hospital, on the 7th instant, all the coolies affected with ulcers
August 21, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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third of that sum, and that is pronounced extraordinarily high! The Hon. Peter Rose, a large planter, the bead of the colonial bank and a member of the Court of Policy, furnished Lord Glenelg with the grounds upon which he proceeded in valuing the unexpired term of service of ne
August 7, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. L.]

No. L.]

BRITISH INDIA SOCIETY for BETTERING the CONDITION of our FELLOW-SUBJECTS, the NATIVES of BRITISH INDIA. At a numerous and highly respectable Meeting, held in Freemasons' Hall, on Saturday, the 6th instant, an Association was formed under the above denomination. The following ext
August 7, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
discovered and boarded her. Captain Hooker and two Spaniards only were on board, the rest being on shore. Mr. Grant

discovered and boarded her. Captain Hooker and two Spaniards only were on board, the rest being on shore. Mr. Grant

demanded the slaver's papers, but was refused them. Capt. H. said he was an American, had American papers, and was not to be searched. "While this was going on, one of the English officers took a spy glass to scan the shore. Capt. H. upon seeing this, sprang forward, passed his
August 7, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
r" [FOURPENCE.

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of happiness and prosperity. It ennobles the mind, dignifies the man, gives enterprise to the community, and exalts the people; and we anticipate that the enjoyment of this blessing in this colony will stimulateto industry and exertion, and be accompanied with the most beneficia
October 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LARGE PROFITS AT GOOD 'WAGES.

LARGE PROFITS AT GOOD 'WAGES.

LARGE PROFITS AT 'WAGES. To the, Editor of the (Jamaica) Morning Journal. Sia,--There appears to be great difficulty existing among, all'persons entrusted with the management of sugar estates with whom..! have conversed, with regard.to the adjustment of an equitable rate of wages
October 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England