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BATH AND CHELTENHAM GAZETTE.

BATH AND CHELTENHAM GAZETTE.

There is a most excellent article in the " Bath and Cheltenham Gazette," of the 12th inst., in reply to a very foolish at-. tempt on the part of a contemporary, to throw discredit on the statements made at the recent Anti-Slavery Meetings held in Bath. The great length of the ar
December 27, 1837 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
therefore, make no apology for introducing here a quotation from the sacred volume, which appears to me peculiarly appropriate. It

therefore, make no apology for introducing here a quotation from the sacred volume, which appears to me peculiarly appropriate. It

is found in the book of Psalms, where the writer, addressing himself to the Supreme Being, says, " Shall the throne of iniquity have fellowship with thee, which favoureth mischief by a law?" Now, Sir, if ever there was an instance of framing mischief by a law, the enactment of t
February 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. V.] To Ministers of the Christian Church, of every denomination.

No. V.] To Ministers of the Christian Church, of every denomination.

No. V.] To of the Christian Church, of every denomination. THE Centra Negro Emancipation Committee, in the prosecution of the great work they have in hand, have deemed it their duty to invoke the aid of the entire body of Christian Ministers throughout the kingdom. --- 67 -- •cul
February 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Extract of alletteridated Kingston, Jamaica, Dec. 127, 1838.

Extract of alletteridated Kingston, Jamaica, Dec. 127, 1838.

I rejoice to know that Saint Catherine has been well caught, and that she has selected in the persons of March and Sanguinetti, two rank tories. This, I hope, will teach the parishioners how to confide in vain professions of liberality. Sanguinetti has plenty of money, and that
February 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
THE WATCHMAN.

THE WATCHMAN.

To the Editor of the Nottingham Mercury: SIR,—In that truckling " lackey—The Watchman, of this week, I find a letter from the Rev. William Bunting, Wesleyan Minister, on the Anti- Slavery question, and shall feel greatly obliged by your insertion of the followinz extract from it
February 14, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Interview with the Government.

Interview with the Government.

At three o'clock on Wednesday the deputation, according to appointment, went to Downing Street. There were upwards of 300 gentlemen present, and were received by Lords Melbourne, Glenelg, and Russell, in the spacious room of the noble Premier's official residence. The CHAIRMAN i
April 2, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
STATE PRISONERS AT POONAH.

STATE PRISONERS AT POONAH.

The Deccan Prize Question has been a long time being brought to a settlement, but scarcely one thought has been bestowed on the case of Narroba, the Banker at Poonah, from whom .£90,000 of the prize money was stolen, long after the security of private property had been most sole
March 21, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
SPECIAL JUSTICE THOMAS. From the Jamaica Falmouth Post, Nov. 29, 1837.

SPECIAL JUSTICE THOMAS. From the Jamaica Falmouth Post, Nov. 29, 1837.

Several apprentices belonging to the district of this gentleman, appeared before Justice Lyon on Saturday last, complaining of the impossibility of getting redress for the many wrongs to which they have of late been subject. In another part of this day's paper we have published
March 21, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
JAMAICA. Extract from a letter, dated Spanish Town,

JAMAICA. Extract from a letter, dated Spanish Town,

February 6, 1838: "We have lately bad a fine specimen of the feelings of humanity of our local magistracy in this town; the cat o'nine tails was in great demand; flagellation and nothing but flagellation is the order of the day. You will see how the newspapers have taken pains t
March 21, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Extracts of Private Letters from Jamaica.

Extracts of Private Letters from Jamaica.

"The case of Molly, alias Eliza Francis, is briefly as follows :--Sometime about Easter 1837, she was beaten by her master, Mr. Newell. She complained to Mr. M‘Leod. He fined the man, and sent him to gaol for non-payment. After he got out, he then, under pretence of some insolen
April 18, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England