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UNDER THE SUPERINTENDANCE OF THE AGENCY ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
“ UTILE DULCI."--HORACE.
PUBLISHED BY JOHN CRISP, 27, IVY LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW;
AND SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS.
313 · 162
Address to British Christians respecting Sla. Correspondence between Sir Isaac Newton Grey, Lady Jane, Execution of .
233 very . . . 42 and Mr. Locke
• 47 Guadaloupe.-Safety of Immediate EmanciAdvantages of Temperance.
Council of Trent ..
. 321 pation . . . Adventure with a Captain General . 5
179 Gypsy Party, a .. Alchymy. ..
19 | Hadleigh Castle, Essex
141 Amakosa, Wrongs of .
Creation . .
259 American Colonization Society. 238 Crier Extraordinary
· 34 Hertford Castle . . An Arab's Revenge. 64 Crocodiles of Orinoco. . 250 | Hibiscus Tiliaceus .
176 Ancient Astronomers. , 166, 158, 150, 139 Cromwell's Expulsion of Parliament . 310 Hieroglyphics . .
335 Coins . .
31 Cuba, Notes on the Island of . . 322 | Hindoo Temple . . Andersonian Museum
Curious Fact . .
. 205 | History and Biography Anecdote of Andrew Marvell . 223 - Manuscript of M. De La Harpe . 134
of the Sonnet.
. 348 Dr. Walker 222 | David's Love for Saul's Daughter . 239 Homer . .
262 - Talma . . 344 Dean Swift . .
. 51 | Honey-bird and Woodpecker - the Spanish Inquisition . . 310 | Decision of Character ,
52 Horse with one Fault .
48 - Wellington . 299 Delights of Slavery .
56 | Hotel de Ville, Paris . .
265 Animal Life . Declaration of the Attorney-General on the Hurricane at Barbadoes, August
326 . Ant-Eater, the . . . 304 Condition of Slaves .
. 131 Hydrostatic Bed . Antiquities in Naples
Independent, Baptist, and Hylias, the Slave Boy .
332 Art and Nature .
set, on the subject of Colonial Slavery . 176 Ichneumon Fly . . Attachment evinced by the Beaver
Denbigh Castle, Wales . .
297 Ill.policy of Slave Labour . Baptist Missionaries, Vindication of the 74 Description of a Lion Fight at Rome. . 107 | Immediate Emancipation . Barbarity to a Slave
the Grand Seal of England . 17 Imperial Library, Vienna • Battle between the Idolaters and the Chris Destitute Whites in Jamaica .. . 279 Impolicy of Slave Labour . tians of Tahiti
110 Destruction of the Library of Buda . 270 Indian Boa with a Crocodile 71 Diana of the Ephesians .
61 -- Mode of Travelling Beaver, the 129 | Disbanded Soldier, the .
42 Ingenious Defence . Bee-hive . 49 Disposal of Eggs by the Common Gnat 116 Interior of an Indian Workhouse .
38 Beethoven . . 190 Disruption of the Dykes in Holland
329 Introduction of Gardening Ben Jonson 312 | Distances of the Planets ..
256 | Ireland and Negro Slavery. Bignonia Equinoxialis 164 Disuse of Slave Sugar, on the . 108 Isaac Walton's House
57 Bird Mind
Djezzar Pacha ·
· · ·
307 | Jamaica Planters . Book-keepers' Situations on Jamaica Sugar Domingo, St. .
| Jeremy Bentham
213 Bourse, or Tribunal de Commerce, Paris 345 pation . . 180 John Hampden.
261 Bridal Serenade 168 | Duelling. : 23 Josephus, Sketch of the Life of :
204 Bridge of Sighs. . 153 Duke of Ormond
70 Kenilworth Castle
22 British Poets
. 228 King's College Chapel, Cambridge
• 293 Kirkstall Abbey . Budhists, Worship of the • 277 Earth, Uniform Rotation of the .
Chapel . Caernarvon Castle . . 249 Economy of “ The Times" Office
Knibb's Chapel, Destruction of . . Caligula . . . . 55 Edinburgh . . .
· 149 Kremlin at Moscow, View in the . . Campbell, to the Poet
96 | Labour in England . Canterbury Cathedral .
165 Eight Months Resident in Jamaica in 1830 Lambeth Palace Captain Cook at Owhyee . 55 and 1831 . . 349 Landscape Gardening
237 Captive African, the 83 Electrical Eel .
117 Lanercost Priory . - of Camala ,
Elephant, an .
200 Carisbrook Castle 22 Ely Cathedral .
. 219 Last Days of Voltaire Cataract and Streamlet Ethelwold, Bishop of Winchester
Launceston Castle .
116 Cathedral, description of St. Paul's
Evidence of J. B. Wildman, Esq., before the Letter from Legion to the Duke of Richmond 175 - of Notre Dame at Paris 113 Commons' Committee . .
Lord Goderich to Governor Smith 176 - Lincoln . .
- W. Taylor Esq., before the Lords: *-|
Lioness Cubs nursed by a Goat .
. 256 Ceremony of the Papal Benediction 195 | Expeditious Travelling . . . 72 | Llamas, Descending the Andes.
218 Chamber of Deputies, Paris 185 Exiract from a Letter to Mr. Wilberforce, in Locke, John .
341 Chameleon, the 229 1787, by Dr. Currie • 59 Lord Crawford . . . .
211 Chamois Hunters 214
104 Machinery . . Change of Climate . 103 Fair Thief, the . .
. 206 Martial's Epigram on Liberty . - in the Value of Money . 200 Fecundity of Insects, &c. .
· 64 Massacre of St. Bartholomew .. Chichester Cross, Sussex . . 140 Filial Affection . . .
• 51 Memoir of J. Stephen, Esq. . .
. China .
Sir Thomas More . . - Scarcity at Peking . . 318 Flying Squirrel.
. 192 | Mental Principle in Fishes, on the . Chinese Tombs . .
| Formation of Coral Islands
. 331 Merits of the English Language. . Vessels . . . 330 | Free Labour . . .
. 348 Mexican Banditti Church of St. John, Southoven . . 221 Galla Oxen . . . . . . 281 | Michael Angelo . . . .
• 147 - St. Mary, Redcliff, Bristol · 112 Garrick
• 177 . . . . . . 301 | Microscopic View of a Drop of Water . . 145 General Putnam
51 Milan .
343 Claremont Park 27 Genet, the . .
. 288 Military History of Elephants Clarkson, Thomas, Esq., Life of . . 137 German Epigram
. 147 Mitford Castle , Cocooy Beetle.
. 325 Gilchrist, J. Esq., Trial of . . . 159 Modes of Living among the Chinese . 12 Coffin Dealers at Java
. 349 Monghyr, Hindostan.
. 269 Colonial Exile. . • 207 Goethe and Madame de Stäel
. 328 Mont Blanc . . · 63 | Good and Bad Humour, op.
. 178 Monument to Fox . · 90 Granville Sharp.
. 285 | Moral and Religious Influence of the Classics, 253, Colour of the Sea
. 186 | Graphic Account of the Plague of London . 286. 267, 278, 283, 302, 308, 315 Combat of the Coa ib. Gratitude in a Slave . . 248 | Mount Vesuvius . *
. 73 Common Character . 197 Grecian Legend, a .. . 119 Mummies.
• 56 Complaint of a Zoological Garden Quadruped 86 Greek Drama : ..
. 283 Museums, Sketch of the Rise of .
. 157 Contraction by Cold . . . . . . 208 | Greenwich Hospital
. . 117 Napoleon, Anecdote of . . . . 48
Pontefract, Yorkshire . .
. 209 Slide of Alpnach
. 305 Solar Rays . . .
. 124 Somersby .
Spanish Bull Fight
Spell Work .
20 Successful Courage
53 Preservation of Infants in India. . 309 | Suppression of the Colonial Church Union
341, 42 Swiss Horns, the
188 Tacitus ,
83 Tame Birds, on the Habits of
98 Tavistock Abbey
131 Telegraph, the .
. 292 | Temperance Societies .
· 2 There's Music in a Mother's Voice
206 Translation from Lucretius .
190 | Tree of Dissipation .
.224 | Triumph of Science . . . . .. 86
92 Venetian Justice
• 75 | Verses by King Henry VI. . . .
Virgil's 'i'omb .
: 97 | Visit of William 111. to the University of
· 34 Cambridge, 1689 . . .
287, 290 | Vocal Machinery of Birds .
21 Wages or the Whip. . .
· 12 | Waychts, or Waits .
91 | West Indian Compensation . .
- Workhouse . .
239 Westminster Abbey . ..
Wild Briar, the . . .
46 | Windsor Castle, .
Slavery in Jamaica
295, 327 | Woburn Abbey .
344 | Woman .
.245 Slaves, Sale of, at the Cape of Good Hope . 122 | Wonderful Instinct in Insects
· 44 | Wonders of Nature'.
. 47 Worship of the Budhists .
. 85 | York Cathedral .
Abbey Church, Malmsbury
. 337 Gnu, the .
. 349 | Notre Dame, Paris .
. 285 | Pascal, Portrait of .
. 117 Persian and Indian Mysteries
. 229 Petrarch's Tomb
. 141 Picturesque Landscape
. 68 | Pontefract, Yorkshire
Pont Neuf, Paris ..
Pope's Villa, at Twickenham
. 161 Porte St. Denis, Paris .
. 265 | Portrait of John Hampden
232 Portrait of W. Wilberforce, Esq.
253 Preservation of Infants in India.
Roche Abbey .
· 57 Sale of Slaves .
. 212 | Scrivilsby Church
• 21 Seal
Singular Encounter with a Lioness
Sir James Mackintosh
Sketch of Museums.
Slave Trade : :
Slaves Yoked to a Cart
81 Spotted Hyæna . .
. 116 Si. Germains . .
. 217 | Tavistock Abbey .
| Telegraph . .
• 65 | Treatment of Slaves.
. 152 | View in the Kremlin, at Moscow
269 | Virgil's Tomb.
201 Windsor Castle .
73 Wells Cathedral
60 Westminster Abbey.
52 | Worship of the Budhists
132 ! York Cathedral . .
“I pencilled things I saw, and profited by things I heard.”—LETTER OF A WALKING GENTLEMAN.
THIS scandalous outrage, still fresh in | rest; night and day have we been at them, and troops after their return-conquerors from the the minds of the public has created a have made terrible slaughter among them; and seat of war.'--Conquerors from the seat of war!
now at the end of six weeks' campaign,'-what what a style! Neither Wellington or Bonaparte sensation unprecedented in the annals of a campaign; and what campaigners they were !- ever wrote in this style: (laughter.) 'Lots of Missionary persecutions. In shewing 'we are neglected—not thought of, because the groans, as you may imagine, from the saints and that the wanton destruction of individual
Governor must have a little fun with Tom Hill their followers. It is impossible for me to give a
and his yacht. The few wretches who are now description of the appearance of our brave miproperty was sanctioned and approved by out, are hiding in the cane-pieces, and we occasi. litia-men on their arrival in this town. The the magistrates, and other local authori onally get a bullet or two at them.'—This showed poor feliows cut a miserable appearance; you ties in the Island of Jamaica, we need
the spirit of the white people then.—On Sunday could not actually tell whether they were black,
morning, five were shot, who were fallen in with white, yellow, or any other colour.' Hear anonly quote the following remarks made and attempted to escape. I shall not consider other :- Let Bruce know that the great and upon the subject, by the Rev. John that we are safe, although all this havoc has glorious work has commenced. It is now ten Burnett, at Exeter Hall, on the 15th of
been made among the rebels ; although they may o'clock, and all hands are at work, demolishing
have now found the inutility of opposing the the Baptist and Wesleyan Chapels. The MethoAugust last.
strong force which can be opposed to them, dist Chapel is down, and the men are hard at “He would direct their attention to a Colonial until we can fall upon some plan of getting rid of work at the Baptists'. The roof of the latter is paper, called the Jamaica Courant, in a number the infernal race of Baptists, which we have so not yet off, but so much injured as to make it as of which, dated Feb. 10th, a correspondent not long fostered in our bosoms, and of demolishing | well off as on. It is standing, true, but supported only recommended the importation of troops, but their bloody pandemoniums. This Jamaica only by a few posts. The men have gone for bloodbounds also, to hunt the Slaves and Missi- | Courant then gave a stronger description of the firehooks to complete the work they have underonaries with. The paper was lying at his feet, insurrection cruelties than Mr. Knibb could taken. There is the devil to pay here to-day, as but he had a few extracts in his hand, which he But there was another:-'I cannot allow the you may suppose, among the Saints and their fol. would read. The first was from an officer of the post to start without saying that I have re- lowers. Weeping, and wailing, and gnashing of St Anne's Western Regiment to the Editor : mained long enough at Falmouth to see the Bap- teeth-wringing of hands and groans, interrupted
Our primary ardour has been unabated. We bave tist and Methodist Chapels pulled down. This at times with curses and imprecations on the never allowed these deluded wretches time to good work was accomplished this day by the soldiers.' Take another :-'I write in the hopes