Lady Nugent's Journal of Her Residence in Jamaica from 1801 to 1805

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University of the West Indies Press, 2002 - History - 331 pages
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Annotation. Lady Nugent's husband was governor of Jamaica, the most important of the highly prized British sugar colonies, during a critical period of the Napoleonic Wars. Her entertaining personal diary conveys fresh impressions of life among the slave-owning colonial gentry, and a distinguished American scholar has called it "an utterly inimitable and imperishable picture of planter society."The Journal was first published by the Institute of Jamaica in 1907 and a fourth (revised) edition was issued in 1966, and has been out of print for decades. This paperback reprint is designed for those scholars and general readers who have been requesting copies for years.

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Philip Wright is Professor of Energy Policy and Economics at the University of Sheffield and a Fellow of UK's Institute of Energy. Over more than two decades his research, publications, consultancy and teaching have covered all the energy industries and the companies which operate in them. As well
as contributing a critical perspective on the liberalisation of gas and electricity industries, his recent work has also addressed the UK's oil and gas fiscal regime. His views and expertise have been sought by government organisations, international organisations, companies, trade unions and
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