II. Papers Relating to the West Indies; Viz. Correspondence Between the Earl of Liverpool and Governor Elliot: In Reference to the Trial and Execution of Arthur Hodge, for the Murder of a Negro Slave : Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 26 June 1811
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aforesaid againſt Arthur Hodge Antigua April attorney-general Britiſh Chalwell Chriſtopher's circumſtances civil power condućt consequence thereof coram non judice Court of Sessions Cox Robertson cruelty Cuffy Cygnet Daniel Ross day of March deponent believes deponent saith deponent saw deponent's died in consequence doćtor was called Earl of Liverpool esquire Excellency firſt flogging further this deponent George Richardson Porter Governor Elliot hath Henry Maurice Lisle Hodge's eſtate honourable Arthur Hodge honourable George Martin Horsford Hugh Elliot indićtments inflićted inſtant intereſt Island of Tortola Jury King's Counsel laſt laſt-mentioned LATING TO Treatment Leeward Islands Lordſhip Majeſty's Juſtices Margaret maſter moſt mule boys murder Musgrave muſt negro slave oyer and terminer Paraqueto Bay Pereen presence prisoner proceeded prosecution puniſhment repeatedly cartwhipped requeſt Royal Highness severely cartwhipped ſhall ſhip ſhould sick-house solicitor-general ſtand ſtate ſtrong Sworn trial truſt verdićt Virgin Islands whip William Gumbs William Rogers Isaacs wiſh wounds