Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on In the lower orders, they are the same, with the addition of conceit and tyranny....
" In the lower orders, they are the same, with the addition of conceit and tyranny considering the negroes as creatures formed merely to administer to their ease, and to be subject to their caprice; and I have found much difficulty to persuade those great... "
Lady Nugent's Journal: Jamaica One Hundred Years Ago : Reprinted from a ... - Page 131
by Lady Maria Nugent - 1907 - 404 pages
Full view - About this book

Where the Twain Meet

Mary Gaunt - Blacks - 1922 - 335 pages
...same, with the addition of conceit and tyranny, considering the negroes as creatures formed entirely to administer to their ease, and to be subject to...more particularly to our German and our other upper men servants." I am afraid there were a good many people like Lady Nugent's German and other upper...
Full view - About this book

West Indian Intellectuals in Britain

Bill Schwarz - History - 2003 - 262 pages
...were even worse, for 'conceit and tyranny' were added to their vices, alongside their treatment of 'Negroes as creatures formed merely to administer to their ease, and to be subject to their caprice'.18 By the late 1820s the Rev. George Bridges, Rector of St Ann's Bay in Jamaica, again an...
Limited preview - About this book

Rediscovering the British World

Phillip Alfred Buckner - History - 2005 - 445 pages
...were even worse, for "conceit and tyranny" were added to their vices, alongside their treatment of "negroes as creatures formed merely to administer to their ease, and to be subject to their caprice."12 Britons and white West Indians, in other words, were not seen as the same. Something happened...
Limited preview - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF