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"He's no man who dares to strike a woman."

"He's no man who dares to strike a woman."

And shall Englishmen in the West Indies be permitted to outrage all the feelings of human nature, and to set at nought all law and principle, human and divine? I.Vc can hardly trust ourselves to pursue this subject; but we may remark, with the Rev. Mr. Bristowe, that, setting as
January 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Specimen of Colonial Morals. Extract of a letter from a Gentleman in Jamaica to a friend in England.

Specimen of Colonial Morals. Extract of a letter from a Gentleman in Jamaica to a friend in England.

October 19th, 1837. '" An overseer of St. Elizabeth's wished to have criminal intercourse with a young girl—she refused--the mother was sent for—she refused also. The overseer then tied the mother, though very f ar a d vanced in pregnancy, t o th e b e d p ost , an d b ea t h er
January 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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gilt lirdidt 4 !A I UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE CENTRAL NEGRO EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE. BLACK.BI7II.N9S SPEECH. _ There are few subjects so calculated to excite strong feelings, and give occasion to intemperate language, as slavery. I beg to assure the Council that it is my most anxi
February 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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July 11, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO GEORGE THOMPSON, Esq.,

TESTIMONIAL TO GEORGE THOMPSON, Esq.,

TIIE DISTINGUISHED ADVOCATE OF UNIVERSAL EMANCIPATION. , This testimonial originated in Glasgow, in May, 483 6, when ; a Meeting of friends to the object Was held in the Arcade Coffee-house; the Rev. Dr. neugh in the chair; at which the following resolution, by the Rev. Dr. Kids
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
JOY AND PATIENCE OF THE PEASANTRY.

JOY AND PATIENCE OF THE PEASANTRY.

4. The emancipated classes view their present condition with delight. "Massa, freedom too sweet"—" Massa, freedom too much better"—" Massa, freedom too good 'tory"—" Bless the ladies in England"—" Bless the Queen Victoria, who gave we free"—" Tell all the good people who make we
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE EMIGRATION BUBBLE.

THE EMIGRATION BUBBLE.

An agent from Demerara arrived here this week, to look out for recruits to increase the population of that "magnificent" colony • he was, however, disappointed—no one could ' be induced to accept his liberal terms, and he was consequently obliged to depart the island, re infects
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
q:Corrroponbrure. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCI-I PA TOR.

q:Corrroponbrure. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCI-I PA TOR.

In Clarkson's History of the Abolition of the Slave Trade it is stated that, at a meeting of the first committee which was formed, it was a matter discussed, whether the abolition of slavery or the slave-trade should be first attempted. The conclusion by the majority appears to
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PRANKS OF LOCAL MAGISTRATES. From the Barbados Liberal.

PRANKS OF LOCAL MAGISTRATES. From the Barbados Liberal.

We are really tired of hearing of the transgressions Of the local magistrates,—of their wanton and wilful perversion of all law and justice to the great detriment of the recently emancipated labourers:. When Mr. Alleyne, in his place in the House of Assembly, voted .for immediat
October 3, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
lIAYTI.

lIAYTI.

• The government has determined on appointing 1 agent (with full powers) to conclude a commercia_ treaty with the republic of Hayti, which will tend lA' the suppression of the slave-trade. George Courtelo2 Esq., who presided over the interests of British we' chants at Hayti, is
January 9, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England