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THE SLAVE TRADE.!

THE SLAVE TRADE.!

Speech Mr. James Moncrieff, at a Meeting the Edinburgh Emancipation Society, Dec. 27, 1838. I fear this meeting is less numerous than it would have been from a'feeling that, after all that has been said and done on this question, there cannot remain any necessity or reason for f
January 23, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

PETITIONS TO PARLIAMENT.

Up to the period of Sir Eardley Wilmot's motion on Tuesday the 22nd instant, there had been petitions presented to the House of Commons, praying for the immediate abolition of the apprenticeship, to the enormous amount of three thousand five hundred and one, with signatures ther
May 30, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION TO TEXAS.

EMIGRATION TO TEXAS.

ALL persons inclined to Emigrate to Texas, are earnestly recommended well and seriously to consider the provisions of the Texian law in relation to Emigrants. The grants of land to Emigrants are only made on condition of permanent residence, and the performance of all duties req
November 13, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Farirtiro. SUPPLY OF COTTON FROM INDIA.

Farirtiro. SUPPLY OF COTTON FROM INDIA.

From Mr. Thompson's Lectures at Manchester. In 1784 cotton from America was unknown. During that year an American vessel came into the port of Liverpool, and landed eight bags of cotton, calling it American cotton, and they were seized, it being utterly incredible that America s
November 13, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO-

ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO-

A DDRESS TO THE QUEEN FROM THE CO- _ LOURED CLASSES IN TRINIDAD. To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. gracious Sovereign, We, your Majesty's loyal subjects, free black ,er,sorts and emancipated apprentices of the island of t Ilnidad, humbly beg to present to your Majesty:, and
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Donirottr. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL. To the Editor of the Times.

Donirottr. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL. To the Editor of the Times.

did not see, until my return from Scotland, the note addressed by Mr. O'Connell some weeks ago to the editor of the Chronicle, purporting to give an explanation of the correspondence which has passed between us, and which I deemed it proper to make public. Ido not intend to be d
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Britiob emancipator.

Britiob emancipator.

LONDON; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1838. We were able in our last to quote the gratifying declaration of the Governor, on opening the House of Assembly in Barbados, that among the emancipated classes in that island there had occurred "little, if any thing to occasion surprise, and c
October 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
BRUTALIZING CHARACTER OF THE SYSTEM.

BRUTALIZING CHARACTER OF THE SYSTEM.

There seems to have prevailed at all times, amongst the governors of our colonies a feeling, of which I grieve to say the governors at home have ever and anon l arge l y parta k en , t h at th ere is something in the na t ure o f a s l ave — s o me thi ng in the habits of th e A
February 28, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
(To be continued in our next.)

(To be continued in our next.)

• MR. SCOBLE'S letter to Lord Glenelg, which appears in another part of our paper, will, we are assured, be read with considerable interest. A dispatch of Lord Glenelg's to Sir Jas. C. Smyth, relative to Mr. Scoble's visit to Demerara, has been extensively published, both here a
February 28, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. XXXV.] goretan. UNITED STATES. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL.

No. XXXV.] goretan. UNITED STATES. MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CONNELL.

r Mr. Adams electrified the House, and particularly the Slave-breeders and slave-dealers among them, by offering; an avalanche of resolutions respecting our republican ambassador at the Court of London. "Resolved, that a Committee of—members be appointed, with leave to send for
January 9, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England