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June 13, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
LORD GLENELG. To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

LORD GLENELG. To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

LORD GLENELG. To the Editor the British Emancipator. Sin,—Apostacy, backsliding, and treason, are ranked amongst the blackest of crimes; but political tergiversation is scarcely ever considered criminal; it is rather treated as a peccadillo, or even as an accident, and sometimes
May 9, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

Mr. Reedon's letter has reached us. We have received also the New York Emancipator, containing an abstract of the the Annual Report of the American Anti-slavery Society. The most interesting portions of it have been set up for our paper to-day; but the copiousness and importance
June 12, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Varitantentarg Protearingo. HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, MAY O. JAMAICA.

Varitantentarg Protearingo. HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, MAY O. JAMAICA.

Varitantentarg HOUSE OF COMMONS, THURSDAY, MAY O. JAMAICA. Mr. LABOUCHERE rose, in pursuance of the notice he had given, to move for leave to bring in a Bill to provide for the enactment of certain laws in the Island of Jamaica, consequent on the abolition of slavery in that isla
June 12, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
PORTUGUESE SLAVE TRADE. From a letter of the Lisbon correspondent of the Morning Chronicle. _ _ _

PORTUGUESE SLAVE TRADE. From a letter of the Lisbon correspondent of the Morning Chronicle. _ _ _

Lisbon, May 20. Don Antonio de Mello, for some time Governor of Mosambique, has addressed a letter to Lord Brougham, in reply to his observations on the 2nd instant in the House of Lords, respecting himself and his successor ' the Marquis of Aracatz. With respect to himself, Don
June 12, 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
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4-:t•u_ (it - ity ti . it UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE CENTRAL NEGRO EMANCIPATION COMMITTEE. more important of the amendments you have recommended will have been enacted this session: You will have no permanent salary voted the Governor! You will have no permanent provision made for
January 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

To the Editor of the British Emancipator.

To the Editor the British Emancipator. Thou g h prepared to attach a good deal of value to the publication of the "Emancipator," it was not till the first number came into my hands that the full importance of extending its circulation as widely as possible presented itself to me.
January 31, 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Extract of a letter from the liev.llJ. Borchelt.

Extract of a letter from the liev.llJ. Borchelt.

Extract a letter from the liev.llJ. Borchelt. Sir, Having received a letter from the Rev. J. Burchell, by the last mail, I send you the following extract. It shows at least, that those who see the working of the Apprenticeship System, and are not interested in the prolongation of
February 14, 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