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ANTI-SLAVERY
MONTHLY REPORTER

VOL. III.

Commencing June 1829, and ending December 1830

LONDON
Printed for the London Society for the Abolition of Slavery
throughout the British Dominions.
and to be had at the Anti-Slavery Office, 18, Aldermanbury;
of Messrs, Hatchard, 187, Piccadilly; Messrs. Arch, Cornhill; and of All
Booksellers; and at the Depots of all the Anti-Slavery Associations
Throughout the Kingdom
M'DCCC.XXXI.
(1931)

CONTENTS

  Page
XLIX. - 1829. June. Parliamentary Proceedings, viz: -  
   - Slave Evidence - 2
 - Slave Trade and Slavery of the Mauritius - 3
 - Defence of Anti-Slavery Reporter - 11
 - Emancipation of Negro children - 14
 - Freedom of Trade and Sugar Duties - 15
 - Civil Rights of Free Black and Coloured inhabitants of our Colonies -
ib.
 
L. - July. Sir Robert Farquhar's attack examined 17-24
  West India Reporter, viz:
  1. Sectaries of Jamaica.
  2. Condition of Slaves.
  3. Consolidated Slave Law.
  4. West India Committee and its mercenaries
  5. Challenge of the Anit-Slavery Reporter - 24-30
 
   - The Compulsory Manumission Clause - ib.
   - Natives of South Africa - ib.
   - Free Blacks and People of Colour - 31
   - Culture of Sugar by Free Labour - 32
   - French Slave Trade - ib.
LI. - August. Revelation of Colonial Secrets - 33
   - Culture of Sugar by Free Labour - 36
   - Mauritius - 39-52
LIL. - September. Progress of Colonial Reform:  
   - Circulars of Sir G. Murray; General Remarks; Slave Legislation of Colonies, viz: Antigua, Bahamas, Barbadoes, Berbice, Bermuda, Cape, Demerara, Dominica, Grenada, Honduras, Jamaica, Mauritius, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago, Tortola, Trinidad
 
53-78
   - Culture of Sugar by Free Labour - ib.
LIII. - October. Dublin Anti-Slavery Meeting - 81
   - Cork Anti-Slavery Meeting -
 
82
   - Liverpool Meeting for Free Trade to India and China - 96
   - Westminster Review - ib
Supplement to No. LIII - October.  Observations on the present State of the Anti-Slavery Cause - 96
   - Extract from the Edinburgh Review of October 1824 - 104
   - Extract from the Westminster Review of October 1829 - 122
LIV. - November.  Protector of Slaves' Reports, viz.: 155
  from 1. Berbice. 
 2. Trinidad. 
 3. St. Lucia.
 4. Cape of Good Hope.
 5. Demerara -
 
   - Pro-Slavery Writings - Jamaica Mortality - 146
LXVIII. - October 5th.  Leeds Anti-Slavery Meeting - 405
   - Devizes Anti-Slavery Meeting 410
   - Laws and Manners of Jamaica illustrated: 416
   1. Port Royal Council of Protection
 2. St. George's Council of Protection
 
   - State of Society and Manners in Barbadoes illustrated 422
  - Anti-Slavery Meetings 424
LXIX. - October 20th.  State of Society and Manners in Barbadoes illustrated 425
   - State of Law and Manners in Jamaica illustrated;
 1. St. George's Council of Protection;
 2. The Case of Mr. Betty and Henry Williams;
 3. The Police of Kingston;
 4. The Vere Quarter Sessions;
 5. The Defence of the Rev. Mr. Bridges
429-441
   - Jamaica Anti-Slavery Society proposed ib.
   - Anti-Slavery Meetings; Ipswich, Mr. Orton; Colchester, Mr. Blyth 442
   - Anti-Slavery Sermons, Rev. S. C. Wilks 447
   - Mauritius Registry and Slave Trade 448
   - The Slave Trade and Colonial System of France 450
   - On framing Petitions to Parliament 451
LXX. - November 10th.  The question calmly considered 453-475
   - What will be the probable consequences, as affecting the public peace of the Colonies and the well being of the Slaves themselves, of the early and entire extinction of Colonial Slavery, by an Act of the British Parliament?  
   - Donations an Remittances ib.
   - Mr. Stephen's Slavery delineated 476
LXXI. - November 20th.  State of Law and Manners in Jamaica  illustrated 477-496
   - 1. Testimony of the Rev. John Thorp;
 2. Case of Eleanor Mead;
 3. St. George's Council of Protection, and the Rev. W. Hanna;
 4. Case of George Ancle, belonging to J. Morant, Esq.;
 5. St. Andrew's Sessions, a new Case of Persecution;
 - Concluding Remarks
 
   - Slave Trade and Slavery of the Mauritius - Mr. Telfair ib.
   - Anti-Slavery Petitions to Parliament ib.
LXXII. - December 1st. 497-508
   Reply to an Attack on the Anti-Slavery Society, contained in a Pamphlet by the Right Honourable R. Wilmot Horton, entitled, "First Letter to the Freeholders of the County of York, on Negro Slavery," &c.  
INDEX to Vol. III 509

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