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1805 (20 Dec) EL from Brigadier General Thomas Picton in London to General Maitland, Governor of Grenada.
1805 (20 Dec) EL from Brigadier General Thomas Picton in London to General Maitland, Governor of Grenada.

Carried 'by favour' by an army captain travelling to Barbados on H.M.S. Illustrious and then put in the post. Fine s/l 'BARBADOES,' rated 4d. Fine.
3pp letter. Picton who had been the first governor of Trinidad was then in London facing charges of cruelty and torture of a free mulatto girl, Luisa Caldern committed while in office.
£475.00


1876 Queen
1876 Queen's Own Gazette newspaper posted to Trinidad

with GB 1d red cancelled by obliterator. Lacking most of address and with loss at top.
12pp of news on the regiment.
£6.00


1877 Queen
1877 Queen's Own Gazette newspaper posted to Trinidad

with GB 1d red cancelled by obliterator. Lacking part of address and with loss at top.
12pp of news on the regiment.
£8.00


1879 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d
1879 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d
1879 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d

(H/G1) used in 1895 locally from SAN FERNANDO to Port of Spain. Fine.
Clearly not philatelic but hard to explain this very late use and overpayment.
£15.00


1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), left hand pane of 60,
1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), left hand pane of 60,

crease affecting 3, u.m.
Complete panes from this issue very scarce.
£180.00


1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), right hand pane of 59,
1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), right hand pane of 59,

annoyingly lacking one, creases affecting 4, u.m.
£140.00


1883-94 Trinidad 4d (SG110), left hand pane of 60 with full margins, u.m.
1883-94 Trinidad 4d (SG110), left hand pane of 60 with full margins, u.m.


Complete panes from this issue very scarce.
£160.00


1883-94 Trinidad 5/- maroon (SG113),
1883-94 Trinidad 5/- maroon (SG113),

gum wrinkles, m.m.
£15.00


1883-94 Trinidad 5/- maroon (SG113),
1883-94 Trinidad 5/- maroon (SG113),

'REGISTRATION OC 4 94' cds, v.f.u.
Ex Marriott.
£60.00


1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), plate 2 block of 24,
1883-94 Trinidad d (SG106), plate 2 block of 24,

creases affecting 4, u.m.
£70.00


1883-94 Trinidad 2d (SG108), plate 1 block of 36,
1883-94 Trinidad 2d (SG108), plate 1 block of 36,

creases affecting 3, u.m.
£250.00


1884 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d
1884 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d
1884 Trinidad Postal Stationery Postal Card 1d

(H/G3) used in 1898 to London.
£6.00


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ANDREWS W.S. Gulf of Paria, Trinidad & Grenadines W.S. Andrews 1860 (circa) Coloured litho print showing perspective views of the Trinidad, Cariacou and Union Island. Small stains affect top image only. 10 x 8.5" From Andrews 'Sailing directions in the West Indies.'
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The Substance of a Speech Delivered by Joseph Marryat, Esq. in the House of Commons, Upon Mr. Hume's Motion for Appointing a Commission of Enquiry on the State of The Island of Trinidad bound with 'The Crisis Of Spain' London: Printed by W. Hughes, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden 1823 xii + 115 pp + [ii] + 81 + [i] pp Original half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt. Some wear to extremities and spine faded; otherwise a very good copy The Crisis of Spain was published anonymously, but is attributed to Sir Douglas Howard, 3rd baronet (1776-1861), a soldier and colonial administrator. Sir Joseph Marryat (1757-1824) was a West India merchant who served as agent for Trinidad, c.1807- 15. Marryat provides a critique of British colonial policy as applied to Trinidad, which had been captured from Spain in 1797. Spanish laws still applied on the island and this was a grievance which had caused the inhabitants to petition the Commons. Particularly at issue were Spanish commercial and land law and the use of torture against the free, as opposed to slave, inhabitants. Marryat refers briefly to the notorious torture case against Governor Picton, supporting him on the grounds that Picton was merely using an old British cavalry punishment rather than Spanish torture.
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