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received promises with grateful surprise, and reckoned on them with certainty: We counted them by break of day, But when the sun rose, where were they ? [laughter] To me it seems that Lord Wharncliffe is endeavouring in his humble way to imitate a famous slavemaster of antiquity
April 2, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
NOES. (FOR THE CONTINUANCE OF THE APPRENTICESHIP.)

NOES. (FOR THE CONTINUANCE OF THE APPRENTICESHIP.)

Acheson ' Lord Visco un t Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Thos. Dyke (Somersets.) Adam, Admiral Adare, Lord Viscount Ainsworth, Peter Anson, Hon. Colonel .Arbothnott, Hon. Hugh Ashley, Lord Bagge, William Baillie, Colonel (Honiton) Ball Nicholas Bannerman, Alexander Baring, F. T
April 2, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1839.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1839.

had been no diminution whatever in the amount of the revenue to this country from West India produce ; and therefore they had to congratulate themselves on the seccessful working of the Emancipation Act, up to the present hour.—(Cheers.) But it might be asked what had been the e
November 13, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
er+ [THREEPENCE.

er+ [THREEPENCE.

lation and hope. The negroes felt that their fetters had been loosed, they looked forward with expectation to the time when they should be struck and when even the degrading marks which they bad left should be wholly effaced [hear, hear, hear!]. This peaceful joy, this delicacy
February 28, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
ar. [FOURPENCE. ON SPARTA.

ar. [FOURPENCE. ON SPARTA.

We could obtain no information as to the number of Portuguese located on this estate. At present there are, Men, 19; women, 5 . . 24 Purchased indentures and quitted . 2 Said to have died . . . 17 There are two of their children orphans, entirely taken care of by a negro woman w
August 21, 1839 - 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
 
tviitit+ CAPTURE OF A SLAVER.

tviitit+ CAPTURE OF A SLAVER.

tviitit + CAPTURE OF A SLAVER. Yesterday, her Britannic Majesty's brig Wanderer, Commander Bushby, came into port, bringing with her the Portuguese brig Scorpion, Angelo Ellorriago, master, having on board 214 slaves. On the 25th of November, while the Wanderer was cruising off t
February 20, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Britiob emantipator. LONDON: SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1838.

Britiob emantipator. LONDON: SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1838.

THE report of the proceedings at Exeter Hall on Wednesday last, together with the diurnal proceedings of the Delegates, which occupy so large a space of this day's paper, will be read with deep interest. To these articles we must refer our readers for the very best account of th
April 7, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
After having formally announced the Emancipator of December the 25th as our last, we shall no doubt surprise our readers

After having formally announced the Emancipator of December the 25th as our last, we shall no doubt surprise our readers

not a little by the appearance of another number. We beg permission to explain, therefore, that the issue of the present paper arises from no alteration of the plan adopted, but simply from a desire to furnish the possessors of the British Emancipator with the means of easily re
January 10, 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
gambling vecrtlatitais to an incredible *extent took place. Immense quantities of t" scrip" were sold; and the •" scrip," being

gambling vecrtlatitais to an incredible *extent took place. Immense quantities of t" scrip" were sold; and the •" scrip," being

transferable, fell into the bands of needy adventurers, who hesitated at no measures to - promote their pecuniary interests. In the meantime etniFrants poured into Texas from the slave 'States, carrying their -slaves -with them in defiance of the colonization laws. Besides these
November 27, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England