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No. XXIX.] govrtait. UNITED STATES.

No. XXIX.] govrtait. UNITED STATES.

No. XXIX.] UNITED STATES. CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST OF AUGUST AT NEW YORK MILLS. THE CONGRATULATORY ADDRESS. Thanks to Almighty God for this most glorious day in the English West India Islands! No such day as this, since the birth and resurrection o f our Lord and Saviour Jesus Ch
17 October 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

iVewould have inserted the proceedings at Handsworth could we have found room. The letter from Brown's Town, Jamaica, to Kr. Clarkson, is in type, but has been displace 4 by press matter.
17 October 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
No. lII.] Hibernian Anti.odavery Society.

No. lII.] Hibernian Anti.odavery Society.

THE following is a report of the proceedings of the Delegates assembled at Exeter Hall, in November last, as drawn up, and presented to the Hibernian Anti-Slavery Committee, by the three gentlemen who had been deputed to act as Delegates for the city of Dublin. To the Committee
17 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
British Guiana. No. 2.

British Guiana. No. 2.

THE governor of British Guiana, Sir James Carmichael Smyth, Bart., is a man of considerable talent and energy. The spirit and ability with which he governed the Bahamas, when he held the executive office those islands, seemed to point him out to the Home Government as a person w
17 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL CORRESPONDZNCE. WILLIAM RAMSAY, ESQ., SPECIAL JUSTICE, IN JAMAICA.

COLONIAL CORRESPONDZNCE. WILLIAM RAMSAY, ESQ., SPECIAL JUSTICE, IN JAMAICA.

In giving insertion to Mr. Ramsay's letters in vindication of Sir Lionel Smith, we deem it advisable, by way of preface, to republish from our seventh number, the article which is made the subject of Mr. Ramsay's complaint. It is as follows :
06 June 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Correoponbence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. Extract of a Letter from Lieut. Armitage.

Correoponbence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. Extract of a Letter from Lieut. Armitage.

Sierra Leone, May 24, 1839. I continually hear numerous stories of the cruelty and horrors this inhuman traffic gives rise to. Lately 500 slaves were brought to the mouth of a river, ready for embarkation; but, owing to the continual and strict blockade kept up by the boats of a
07 August 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
17artetteo.

17artetteo.

SLAVE TRADE: BRAZIL. Private letters from Rio Janeiro, by the Alert packet, received yesterday, give various particulars of the disturbances which bad lately broken out there, and of the outrages to which English residents had been subjected. It is stated that these tumults have
07 August 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
TO JOSEPH STURGE, ESQ.

TO JOSEPH STURGE, ESQ.

New York, July 30, 1830. My dear Friend.—l reached New Haven, in Connecticut on Monday nightlast, after a splendid run from Barbados via Trinidad and Puerto Rico, in twenty-eight days. We were five days unloading Ciirgo at Trinidad, which enabled me to see s considerable number
21 August 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
cipator.

cipator.

4."" On the 3d Jan., 1831, the Brig Comet, a regular slaver the district of Columbia, on her usual voyage from Alexandria to New Orleans, with a cargo of 164 slaves, was lost off the Island of Abaco. The slaves were saved, and carried into New Providence, where they were set at
21 August 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
room. When I opened the door in the morning, the scent or stench was frequently so great that I had

room. When I opened the door in the morning, the scent or stench was frequently so great that I had

to put my handkerchief to my nose, and I often, on going to the room, put lavender on my handkerchief. The stench was disagreeable before I opened their room, when I opened the first or passage door, and entered the passage. The room opened in this passage. I have seen the state
20 February 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England