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MONTSERRAT ! !

MONTSERRAT ! !

The inhabitants of this island have done honour to themselves and credit to their sagacity and good sense, by voluntarily passing an Act for putting an end to the system of Apprenticeship on the Ist of August next-. It is said that the Montserrat planters have not been impelled
March 21, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PRACTICAL SPECIMENS OF THE WORKING OF THE APPRENTICESHIP, Jamaica, 88.- Parish of Manchester :

PRACTICAL SPECIMENS OF THE WORKING OF THE APPRENTICESHIP, Jamaica, 88.- Parish of Manchester :

PRACTICAL SPECIMENS OF THE WORKING OF THE APPRENTICESHIP, Jamaica, 88. - Parish of Manchester : • Joseph Lawrence, a labourer to Pedro plantation, saith on his oath, that William Haldane, planter, did on Priday, Nov. 3, most violently assault him, and holding him by the collar, d
April 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
' Blow ye the trumpet abroad o'er the sea, Jehovah bath triumphed, the Negro is free."

' Blow ye the trumpet abroad o'er the sea, Jehovah bath triumphed, the Negro is free."

I, along with many of my fellow-citizens have had the pleasure—the exquisite Christian privilege, of joining in a series of public prayer-meetings on behalf of our oppressed fellow-subjects in the 'West India Colonies. The following is a list of these opportunities : [Our intell
April 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

" Gera," Martham Green, has been received, and shall appear when we have room. We agree with "J. C.", of Stockport, and should like to see the division list on the late motion in the House of Commons published in every liberal newspaper and religions periodical in the kingdom. W
April 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
or. [THREEPENCE.

or. [THREEPENCE.

as much as in him lies the repetition of such atrocities by holding up the offenders to public abhorrence and reproach? If these be facts, and fictions they certainly are not, suffer us to ask again, who will be to blame for them. Messrs. Sturge, Palmer, and Harvey, when they pr
April 18, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
in consequence of ill health he had been prevented from attending the meeting, It was his wish to have gone

in consequence of ill health he had been prevented from attending the meeting, It was his wish to have gone

up with the great body of Delegates to the government, but it would have been dangerous for him to have ventured out. He had seen some members of parliament, whom he told that it would be in vain to oppose the abolition of the apprenticeshipthat, it must take place on the Ist of
April 7, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
assembly, the merits of business which had been transacted in the Parliament. An opportunity had been given in the House

assembly, the merits of business which had been transacted in the Parliament. An opportunity had been given in the House

of Commons, but as no person had availed himself of the opportunity, it was unfair to offer such reply in another place. Mr. Blair observed it was true that such opportunity for reply had been given virtually, but not really; and that, in point of fact, no reply had been given.
April 7, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
BARBADOES.

BARBADOES.

The Editor of the Barbadoes Liberal in an able article on the comparative value of free and apprenticed labour, the one obtained by wages, the other extorted by the whip, has demonstrated in the clearest manner, that by putting an immediate termination to the apprenticeship, ins
April 7, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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[FOURPENCE was called to prove that one of the witnesses (Thomas Brands) had acquainted him of a beastly act committed by Grant as far back as the year 1825, an objection was raised.—" No, no," said the plaintiff's counsel, "you must not go into general rumoursyou must not adduc
September 18, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Vagrancy and Police.

Vagrancy and Police.

I am surprised at the great extent of ignorance which pervades the public mind at home, with respect to the present social and, political condition of this country; at least, much ignorance is exhibited in the debates in the House of Commons on the Jamaica Bill, even by men who
September 18, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England