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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. CASE OF MR. WIIITEHOUSE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE EMANCIPATOR. CASE OF MR. WIIITEHOUSE.

In the Emancipator, No. .`27, I published an extract of a letter frotn Jamaica, which stated, that Isaac Whitehouse, a Wesleyan Ai issionury, lield property in his fellow men ungler the late system of sla-ery, and had been guilty of harsh conduct in the trratinei,t of them. At t
06 March 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
FACTS FOR MR. BURGE.

FACTS FOR MR. BURGE.

Montego Bay, June 15, 1839. Already have the following ships sailed with cargoes of sugar and rum from this " distracted" port and parish, viz. : Barque Waterlilly—London. Barque Reserve—London. - Barque Norman—London. Brig Africa-Bristol. Brig Ina—London. Ship Mersey—Liverpool.
24 July 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Montrottr. THE LAST JAMAICA MEETING.

Montrottr. THE LAST JAMAICA MEETING.

At the meeting of certain planters and others, stating themselves to be interested in the Island of Jamaica, held on Thursday, attended by about fifty persons, Mr. Burma, the lawyer who is hired to white-wash the Jamaica Assembly, made a very long and very senseless palaver, by
24 July 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
JAMES MAOFADYEN."

JAMES MAOFADYEN."

MR. DUNDASS begs leave to make the following statement to the Special Justices appointed to investigate the charges against him. First, Mr. Special Justice Lloyd having sentenced some of the apprentices to be worked in chains and collars in the penal gang on the estate, at a tim
03 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
11. Summary of the Foregoing.

11. Summary of the Foregoing.

JOHN COMSO, apprentice to Molynes Estate in the parish of St. Andrews, had on the first day of September 1836, an iron collar affixed upon his neck by James Dundass, overseer of the property; the same collar was kept on his neck for two months. He was afterwards locked up in the
03 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Zbe BritiO Emancipator. LONDON, JANUARY 3, 1838.

Zbe BritiO Emancipator. LONDON, JANUARY 3, 1838.

BritiO Emancipator. LONDON, JANUARY 3, 1838. The West India Mail, with advices up to the 25th of November, arrived on Monday. Our notice of intelligence from that quarter must be exceedingly brief. A rupture between the Executive and Assembly of Jamaica is considered inevitable,
03 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
"STATEMENT OF FACTS."

"STATEMENT OF FACTS."

IN the little tract un d er th e a b ove titl e , now i n genera l c i r c u l a ti on , will be found a brief a ll us i on t o a n ill ega l sa l e o f a gang of apprentices, by the executor of a Mr. Jordan, to Dr. Ewart of River Head, in St. Thomas-in-the-Vale. We observe in t
03 January 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
09 May 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
MONTSERRAT ! !

MONTSERRAT ! !

The inhabitants of this island have done honour to themselves and credit to their sagacity and good sense, by voluntarily passing an Act for putting an end to the system of Apprenticeship on the Ist of August next-. It is said that the Montserrat planters have not been impelled
21 March 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
or. [THREEPENCE.

or. [THREEPENCE.

as much as in him lies the repetition of such atrocities by holding up the offenders to public abhorrence and reproach? If these be facts, and fictions they certainly are not, suffer us to ask again, who will be to blame for them. Messrs. Sturge, Palmer, and Harvey, when they pr
18 April 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England