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TRADE WITH HAITI.

TRADE WITH HAITI.

The efforts of the British Consul-General have not terminated successfully in negociations for a treaty of commerce with the Haitian republic. The nature of their relations and responsibilities with the French government, do not enable them to do more than admit British commerce
July 24, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
REMARKS ON THE 1410DEf, 04pp,s IN – 'opuNcli]; _

REMARKS ON THE 1410DEf, 04pp,s IN – 'opuNcli]; _

REMARKS ON THE IN - 'opuNcli]; _ ~ . . , We have received the British rnanclpater of the 04 bet.nbey,vhich contains the 'Orders in Conned that 4 T:e t° tie crownCfAl!ie, p 4 Pfnlie 1:1 4 ' whiCh our of Falmouth Post stated had been received at Qovernment House. These documents ar
January 9, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Working of the Apprenticeship System. No. lI.—BARBADOES.

Working of the Apprenticeship System. No. lI.—BARBADOES.

District B.—Special Justice, Joseph Hamilton. Dec. 19.—George Edwards, apprentice, charged by 11. Coul, with "stealing trash ! " Magistrate's sentence: "Seven days' confinement, and hard labour !" _ "Who steals my purse, steals trash!" but our readers must not suppose that the t
January 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
VAGRANT LAWS, TO WIT.

VAGRANT LAWS, TO WIT.

WE learn from a private and authentic source in Jamaica, that a series of measures are in the course of preparation, by some honourable members of the assembly, as a substitute for the present system when it expires! and that these projected measures are of the most oppressive a
January 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE CANES AVOT ROTTED!

THE CANES AVOT ROTTED!

May 29, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
ht c, r-N ucti g 41. riti4ll into 11

ht c, r-N ucti g 41. riti4ll into 11

ht c, r -N ucti g 41. into 11 UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE CENTRAL NEGRO EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE. Legislation, and the conduct of Special Magistrates, we resolve to seek, by all constitutional means, as the only plan for securing Lull and impartial justice to the negroes, the total a
January 17, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THOMAS CLARKSON, Ese,

THOMAS CLARKSON, Ese,

THOMAS CLARKSON, The following letter from that venerable advocate of the negro, Thomas Clarkson, Esq., was addressed to P. T. Long, Esq., chairman at a public meeting for taking into consideration the situation of the apprenticed negroes, held at Ipswieh, on the 12th January: [C
January 17, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Britioh emancipator. LONDON; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1839.

Britioh emancipator. LONDON; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1839.

It is not for the sake of extolling our own endeavours, which we are aware are very humble, but for that of convincing our friends that their support of this paper is not useless, that I've publish the two short extracts which follow, from Jamaica letters. There is nothing which
March 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LOCAL MAGISTRATES.

LOCAL MAGISTRATES.

As to the general manner in which the local justices, perform their duties, the appeal against the decision of Bascom Bayley, and Carrington, reported in the "Liberal" Newspaper of the 29th September last, will show. These local justices, are paid for their services by fees ; an
March 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
A SALUTARY DISCOVERY.

A SALUTARY DISCOVERY.

IT is on no mean authority that we are enabled to inform our readers, that the representations sent home to the British Government have impressed them with the idea that the conduct of the planters towards the labourers is in general extortionate and unjust, and that had the lat
March 6, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England