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March 20th. ON SATURDAY, LAST WEEK, A FREE CONFERENCE or BOTH HOUSES OF THE NEVIS LEGISLATURE WAS HELD, 4. AT WHICH, BY A MAJORITY OF 17 TO 4, IT MINED THAT THE SYSTEM OF APPRENTICA4 pAri-NA LT N ISLAND SHOULD ENTIRELY CEASE ON THE hi -- t , ji4it . .l,.t:Vll ENSUING. HASTE HAPP
May 16, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
CLASSIrICATION MISR MEMBERS PAILLIALIKENT In connexion with Sir GEORCE STRIcKLAND's motion, on the 29th and 30th ultimo, for the Abolition

CLASSIrICATION MISR MEMBERS PAILLIALIKENT In connexion with Sir GEORCE STRIcKLAND's motion, on the 29th and 30th ultimo, for the Abolition

of the APPRENTICESHIP-SLAVERY of the Negroes in the Colonies, on the Ist of August, 1838.
May 16, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
- Hon. Gen. J. B. R. O'Neill John Irving Lord Viscount Acheson William Curry , • • • John Ashton

- Hon. Gen. J. B. R. O'Neill John Irving Lord Viscount Acheson William Curry , • • • John Ashton

Yates • Peter Kirk ••• Attor. Gen. Stephen Woulfe John Young Major W. Nug ent acnamara Cornelius 0 Brien Sergeant Nicholas Ball Garrett Stand. Barry .. Daniel Callaghan Colonel Edward M. Connolly Robert . . HuttOii. Lord Viscount Nort"filandT Hon. Corn. O'Callaghan •• Andrew H.
May 16, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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July 25, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LORD GLENELG'S BILL. (Barbadoes Liberal.)

LORD GLENELG'S BILL. (Barbadoes Liberal.)

We have deliberately perused this bill, a printed copy of which is now before us, and we must observe, that however excellent its provisions might have been three or even two years ago, they are wholly inadequate to the present circumstances of the negroes. It is humbug from beg
June 6, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
MAURITIUS.

MAURITIUS.

COOLIF.S.—A notice, dated 9th December, signed Geo. F. Dick (Colonial Secretary), states that His Excellency the Governor, deems it for the interesof the colony, to discontinue for some time the importationsof Indian labourers; and therefore no further permission will be given f
June 6, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LOCAL JUSTICE BROCKETT. From the Falmouth Post.

LOCAL JUSTICE BROCKETT. From the Falmouth Post.

We have inserted in this day's paper an account of evidence taken at the Police office of Montego-Bay on Thursday last, by which it will be perceived that Mr. Henry Brockett, a Magistrate of Hanover, and who is besides, the Attorney and Overseer of a property in that parish name
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. XXI.]

No. XXI.]

)f the quantity of ea ci from the United Ki y for the British ist four years. Cwts. 4,397,866 4,082,921 4,099,093 3,843,863 17,163 13,205 11,536 14,145 8,480,787 7,942,956 Molasses. _ 537,831
June 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE INIQUITOUS SUGAR BOUNTY SYSTEM. ( From the Morning Herald.)

THE INIQUITOUS SUGAR BOUNTY SYSTEM. ( From the Morning Herald.)

On Thursday evening, pursuant to notice, Mr. O'Connell is to move his bill to terminate, from the Ist of August next, the emale slave apprenticeship system. The arguments urged by the friends of humanity in support of Sir Eardley Wihnot's more comprehensive resolution, are of co
June 27, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
littraro Notire.

littraro Notire.

Jamaica Plantership. By Benjamin McMahon, eighteen years employed in the planting line in that island. London: Effingham Wilson. (Concluded from our last.) THE author has not written in a spirit, either vindictive, or otherwise reprehensible. He is eminently superior to infirmit
February 20, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England