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No. LXI.]

No. LXI.]

10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
FOR THE EMANCIPATOR. To the Hon. Daniel Webster, member of the Senate of

FOR THE EMANCIPATOR. To the Hon. Daniel Webster, member of the Senate of

the United States. I have seen in a paper called the British Emancipator, an account of the detention in New York of the blacks on board the Amistad, and that the president of the United States will order them to be given up to Ruiz and Montes as their slaves. Without entering i
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
James, John, case of, 97. Johnston, Rev. J. H., at Exeter Hall, May 25, 1838, 101. Jordan, late Mr., his

James, John, case of, 97. Johnston, Rev. J. H., at Exeter Hall, May 25, 1838, 101. Jordan, late Mr., his

apprentices, the sale of, 8, 15. Journal, Messrs. Thome and Kimball's, 129, 154, 143. Journals, public, on the debate in House of Lords, Feb., , , 1838, 29.' Judicatures, reformation of, government despatch, 182. Judicial atrocities, governor's circular, 63. Jump, Mr., denial of
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
OF THE BRITISH EMANCIPATOR.

OF THE BRITISH EMANCIPATOR.

planters, 218 ; the contract struggle, 185; council abolißh apprenticeship, 107; extract of minutes of council, 128; Court of Appeal in, 200, 218; dissatisfaction of planters, 218; Dr. Palmer's jcurnal on, 221 ; elective franchise, 261 ; emancipating apprentices, from American p
10 January 1840 - 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
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
or. [FOURPENCE.

or. [FOURPENCE.

The following passages contain his vindication of the conduct of his clients. It becomes necessary for me now, gentlemen, to show you that what Mr. Stainsby had done was no more than it was his duty as a clergyman to do. It cannot be denied that it is every clergyman's duty to r
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
emantipator. LONDON; FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1840.

emantipator. LONDON; FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1840.

10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
INDEX

INDEX

Asnorr, Rev. T. F., on Eleanor Steer, 63, 66, 85; to Mr. Bernal, 252. Abolition, Amendment Act, to be proclaimed in Spanish Town, 130; in Denmark, 301; in France, 299; to be got rid of by a side wind, 127. Abolitionist, an, on Clergymen seeking Emancipation, 110; on a review of
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Chamberlain, Mr. Special Justice, reports, 81, 134, 229, 238. Cheerilie, Cheerilie, Jamaica, 170. Children's deportation act, Barbados, 261. Chisholme, R.

Chamberlain, Mr. Special Justice, reports, 81, 134, 229, 238. Cheerilie, Cheerilie, Jamaica, 170. Children's deportation act, Barbados, 261. Chisholme, R.

Esq., proprietor and local magistrate, 143. Christopher's, St., memorial on sugar-trade to British N. America, 183, 286, 9295; message of Governor to the Council, on abolition, 91; popular representation in, 292; Sunday market, 3; Christmas at, 1838, 210. Chronicle, Morning, Feb
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Democracy, the fierce American, 292. Dendy, Rev. W., expelled from a hospital, 13. Denmark, abolition in, interview with the Crown

Democracy, the fierce American, 292. Dendy, Rev. W., expelled from a hospital, 13. Denmark, abolition in, interview with the Crown

Prince, 301. Deputation to Lord Glenelg, 158; to Sir Lionel Smith, Anti-slavery Society, 328; Baptist Missionary Society, 328. Despatch, Lord Glenelg's to Marquis of Sligo, August SI, 1836, 44; Jamaica, angry with British Emancipator,2ll. Devonshire, state of feeling on abolitio
10 January 1840 - British Emancipator - London, London, England