Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 1,748 articles

Britiob emancipator. LONDON; WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1839.

Britiob emancipator. LONDON; WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1839.

- We are altogether without foreign arrivals. It might have been thought that a bill so important as that which her Majesty's ministers have introduced for the benefit of all classes in the island of Jamaica, would have received an impartial consideration—or at least would not h
May 1, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
A 4- . – a ..A – A .-.' ,L,.., ~. ,e – . at ~„ t'' '''' o_2:___ i. L . P •_, . .. : _ 1 – – :Pi 1 ''. -,7, 6; I , ' ' ' t A. ' 11 A • --7---- ' ''.',..i – 1 I I I :1.4 – 1,-- 1., L-,:: r • ,_, . _• CO 4,,,.:4::, I:1.r IN:: ' ; IT. i.r.:. il. -,,. 0 i: ,:;,t.......1-.'d ' 14 f t.,.. „., .... .‘,. 0 j -,,,."46" N UNDER, THE SANCTION OF THE CENTRAL NEGRO EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE.

A 4- . – a ..A – A .-.' ,L,.., ~. ,e – . at ~„ t'' '''' o_2:___ i. L . P •_, . .. : _ 1 – – :Pi 1 ''. -,7, 6; I , ' ' ' t A. ' 11 A • --7---- ' ''.',..i – 1 I I I :1.4 – 1,-- 1., L-,:: r • ,_, . _• CO 4,,,.:4::, I:1.r IN:: ' ; IT. i.r.:. il. -,,. 0 i: ,:;,t.......1-.'d ' 14 f t.,.. „., .... .‘,. 0 j -,,,."46" N UNDER, THE SANCTION OF THE CENTRAL NEGRO EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE.

A 4- . - a ..A - A .-.' ,L,.., ~. , e - . at ~„ t'' '''' o_2 : ___ i . . P •_, . .. : 1 - - :Pi 1 ''. -,7, 6 ; I , ' ' t A. ' 11 A • -- 7 ---- ' '' . ' ,..i - 1 I I : 1 . 4 - 1, -- 1., L - , : : r • ,_, . CO 4,,,.: 4: : , I:1 . r IN: : ' ; IT. i. r .:. il . -,,. 0 i : ,:;,t......
September 5, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
*The Lieutenant-Governor did this to favour the provost marshal, and enable him to be a candidate.

*The Lieutenant-Governor did this to favour the provost marshal, and enable him to be a candidate.

September 5, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
REPLY.

REPLY.

Private Secretary's Office, Roseau, 16th April, 1838. DOMINICA. Gentlemen,—l am directed by :His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor, to acknowledge the receipt of your Memorial of the 14th instant, the subject of which has been long under his consideration; and continues to occu
September 5, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE COURT OF APPEAL.

THE COURT OF APPEAL.

The Governor endeavoured t o reme dy some of the evils arising out of the administration of the law by the Local Justices, by "an Act to authorize the appointment of an assistant Court of Appeal." It was passed on the 19th July 1838, but was found unworkable, and was amended by
March 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
AGRICULTURAL STATE OF TRINIDAD.

AGRICULTURAL STATE OF TRINIDAD.

The weather, throughout the past month, has continued favorable to agricultural operations, and a large lumber of the Estates have commenced grinding ; still crop las not:been considered as generally 'commenced, as many Planters have deferred putting their mills about until afte
March 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
A A 4'l (I‘ll,, C 4. la -,11. No. LIX.]

A A 4'l (I‘ll,, C 4. la -,11. No. LIX.]

A A 4' l (I ‘ ll ,, C 4. la No. LIX.] Now ready, price One Shilling, TEXAS; its Claims to be recognized as an independent Power by Great Britain examined, in a series of Letters by JOHN SCOBLE, Esq. Published by Messrs Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street ; Messrs. Ball and Go.,
December 11, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
SUGAR TRADE IN FRANCE

SUGAR TRADE IN FRANCE

The distress in which the sugar colonies of France have become involved, through the increase and successful competition of beetroot sugar, has on more than one occasion been noticed under this head. Some relief has recently been afforded to:the Colonial producers by alreduction
December 11, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
"WE HAVE NO POLICE; AND WE NEED

"WE HAVE NO POLICE; AND WE NEED

, NONE !" • Letter from Mr. J. Clark, to Mr. Shove: Brown's' Town, May 2d, 1839. The people are going on admirably. On almost every sugar estate in this part of. the parish there is as much sugar making, I believe, as during the apprenticeship. I can mention Orange Valley, (near
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Rebertsfield, Port Pulal _Mountains, March., 1839:

Rebertsfield, Port Pulal _Mountains, March., 1839:

Rebertsfield, Port _Mountains, March., 1839: I have the honour to transmit e report of the cases triedi ,at the petit sessions in St: David's on the 23rd ultimo, and 'feel called upon to request his Excellency's perusal of the sheet, that his. Excellency may judge of the difficul
June 26, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England