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STOKES A. A view of the constitution of the British Colonies - in North America and the West Indies, at the time the civil war broke out on the Continent of America.
STOKES A. A view of the constitution of the British Colonies - in North America and the West Indies, at the time the civil war broke out on the Continent of America.

Dawsons of Pall Mall, London (1969)
xvi + 561pp. Facsimile reprint of 1783 first edition, very fine in brown cloth.
The author was a Loyalist refugee from the mainland American possessions who had, at one time, been engaged in the practice of law in the Caribbean colonies. Includes notes on mode of conveying negroes and manumitting them. (Ragatz)
£40.00


INGRAM K.E. The Q.C. and the Middleman.
INGRAM K.E. The Q.C. and the Middleman.

Pentland Press, Durham (1997)
xiii + 203pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
Examines the social issues and conflicts which followed the Morant Bay rebellion through a study of a court case Ingram vs. Lowry of 1868.
£12.00


HMSO Extracts from Papers, - printed by order of the House of Commons, 1839, relative to the West Indies.  Arranged under the following Heads:-  1.  Progress of Industry and General Condition of Society since 1st August, 1838.  2.  State of the Law as it now stands.  3.  New Laws proposed to meet the new relations of society.  4.  Administration of Justice.  5.  Prison regulations, &c.  6.  Laws relating to Immigration and Deportation from one Colony to another.  7.  Proceedings of the Legal Legislatures.
HMSO Extracts from Papers, - printed by order of the House of Commons, 1839, relative to the West Indies.  Arranged under the following Heads:-  1.  Progress of Industry and General Condition of Society since 1st August, 1838.  2.  State of the Law as it now stands.  3.  New Laws proposed to meet the new relations of society.  4.  Administration of Justice.  5.  Prison regulations, &c.  6.  Laws relating to Immigration and Deportation from one Colony to another.  7.  Proceedings of the Legal Legislatures.
HMSO Extracts from Papers, - printed by order of the House of Commons, 1839, relative to the West Indies. Arranged under the following Heads:- 1. Progress of Industry and General Condition of Society since 1st August, 1838. 2. State of the Law as it now stands. 3. New Laws proposed to meet the new relations of society. 4. Administration of Justice. 5. Prison regulations, &c. 6. Laws relating to Immigration and Deportation from one Colony to another. 7. Proceedings of the Legal Legislatures.

H.M.S.O. (1840)
xxiii + 678pp. 1st ed., clean in orig. worn blind stamped cloth. Front hinge repaired.
Written shortly after the emancipation of the slaves containing a view of the changes on society in the islands.
£200.00


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