The British West India colonies in connection with slavery, emancipation, etc., by a resident in the West Indies for thirteen years [-Campbell] with an intr. and remarks by a late stipendiary magistrate in Jamaica [S. Bourne].
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acquired Act of Parliament adopted advantage afford Almighty amongst Andrew's appear authority benevolent blessing Brazils Britain British Guiana British Parliament British West Indies Christianity circumstances civilization classes coffee colonists consent covenant Cuba cultivation degree desirable destitute Dominica duty effect emancipation enforce England Europeans evils exercise exertions favourable force free labourer freed Government greater habits happiness human importance improvement inflict influence inhabitants injurious injustice interest interference of Parliament island Jamaica justice justifiable land large number late laws less little doubt LORD JOHN RUSSELL Lord Metcalfe maintained Majesty Majesty's Majesty's Govern management of estates mankind manual labour manufactures master means of subsistence measures ment minister of religion moral mother country necessary negroes obtained parties persons population portion possession present probably productions proprietors prosperous punishment reference regard religion render right of property scarcely SIR C. T. METCALFE slave trade society soil supply suppose uninstructed welfare West Indian Colonies whilst