A Historical Account of St. Thomas, W.I.: With Its Rise and Progress in Commerce; Missions and Churches; Climate and Its Adaptation to Invalids; Geological Structure; Natural History, and Botany; and Incidental Notices of St. Croix and St. Johns; Slave Insurrections in These Islands; Emancipation and Present Condition of Laboring Classes
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