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Lord Brougham's Mistake Corrected. ( From "The Patriot," December 28, 1837.)

Lord Brougham's Mistake Corrected. ( From "The Patriot," December 28, 1837.)

WE deeply regret to perceive, by the report of the debate in the House of Lords on Friday evening last, that Lord threw out some remark's with regard to the pl—sent Anti-Slavery movement, which are calculated—though we at on. acquit his Lordship of any such intention—seriously'
03 January 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
W. KNIBB, Chairman.

W. KNIBB, Chairman.

Report of Working Classes connected with the Church under the padoral care of the Rev. William Knibb, Baptist Missionary.
29 May 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
I have, &c. (signed) GLENELG.

I have, &c. (signed) GLENELG.

London: Printed and Published by JOHN itso nos, Castle Street ; Finsbury, in the parish of St. Luke, Middlesex ; Sold by I WIG HTMAN, 24, Paternoster Row; where all Communication for the Editor are requested to be addressed, post paid. Order for " THR BRITISH EMANCIPATOR " are r
21 March 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Messrs. Rainy, and others.

Messrs. Rainy, and others.

Memorandum by our Correspondent. "Three days after the date of this reply, namely, the 19th of April, the Assembly was dissolved. We have reason to believe that this was done contrary to orders from the Secretary of State. "A good deal of light might he thrown on the subject by
05 September 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Copy gra Letter to Lord Glenelg from the Coloured

Copy gra Letter to Lord Glenelg from the Coloured

Conznzunity of Antigua. Antigua, May 17, 1838. We desire, my Lord, distinctly to admit the right of the Queen's representatives to make such unreserved communications to your Lordship as may appear best calculated to promote the public service. With this admission, we hope we do
05 September 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION TO TEXAS.

EMIGRATION TO TEXAS.

Sm,—Permit me to make a few statements relative to this" Paradise of the Western Continent," for the information of those who may be induced by the representations which appeared in your paper of Saturday last to emigrate thither. Would that our common country were in such a sta
24 December 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
DEPUTATIONS TO SIR LIONEL SMITH.

DEPUTATIONS TO SIR LIONEL SMITH.

A Deputation from the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, consisting of Messrs G. Stacy, G. W. Alexander, Josiah Forster, W. Allen, Rev. J. H. Hinton, Josiah Conder, W. Taylor, R. Russell, and J. H. Tredaold, had an interview with Sir Lionel Smith, Bart., on the llth inst.
24 December 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
STATE OF THE ISLAND': OPINIONS OF MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY.

STATE OF THE ISLAND': OPINIONS OF MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY.

We are happy to record the observations of Mr. Whitelock and Mr. Thomson, made in their places on Thursday evening, on a verbal amendment to one of the clauses in the address of the House in answer to his Excellency's Speech at the opening of the session; and, althoUgh, Mr.! Wri
11 December 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Against .

Against .

Ayes—Messrs. Barnet, Anderson, Good, Whittaker, Hart, Hyslop, Cox, and Frater. Noes—Messrs. Berry, Townsend, Smith, Hamilton, Mitchel, Colman H. Brown Leslie, J. S. Brown, Batty, Barclay, Fairweather, *right, Panton, March, ballas, J. Allwaod, R. Allwood,. Hill, Thompson, and Gu
11 April 1838 - British Emancipator - London, London, England
 
Soreign. FRANCE.

Soreign. FRANCE.

• The Moniteur of Wednesday last contains two Royal ordinances, preceed e d by t wo re po r ts to the Icing of Admiral Dupere (Minister of Marine). The first prescribes a general census of the free and slave Population of Martinique, Guadaloupe, French Guiana, and Bourbon, and o
26 June 1839 - British Emancipator - London, London, England