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XCII.—1832, January. I. New Slave Code : Order in Council of No.

vember 2, 1831 :-1. Protectors of Slaves; 2. Sunday markets

and labour; 3. Driving-whip; 4. Arbitrary punishment; 5.

Illegal or cruel punishment; 6. Malicious complaints; 7. Re-

cords of punishment; 8. Marriage ; 9. Rights of property ;

10. Separation of families; 11. Manumission; 12. Presump-

tions of slavery ; 13. Evidence; 14. Food ; 15. Duration of

labour ; 16. Clothing, &c.; 17. Religious worship; 18. Medi.

cal aid ; 19. Miscellaneous rules ; Conclusion . . . 1457

II. Instructions of Viscount Goderich to Governors of Colonies. 37-53

III. Recent Intelligence from Jamaica . . . . . 53–56

IV. Cape of Good Hope; Free labour . . . . .

XCIII.- February. I. New Slave Code of Jamaica . . . . 57-76

II. Further illustrations of the effect of slavery on morals and

manners in Jamaica, drawn from the periodical press of that

island . .

. . . . . . 76—80

XCIV.—March 10. A calm and authentic review of the causes, the

commencement, and the progress to a certain period, of the

insurrection which is reported recently to have taken place

among the slaves in the Colony of Jamaica . . . . 81—112

XCV.-April 28. I. Parliamentary proceedings ;-Debate on the sugar

duties . . . . . . . . . . . 113—134

II. Recent Intelligence from Jamaica :—Persecution of the mis-

sionaries ; Treatment of Henry Williams . . . . 134-135

III. Committee of Inquiry on West India affairs in the House of

Lords . . . . . . . . . . . 135—136

IV. Mr. Buxton's motion in the House of Commons . . . 136

V. The Anti-Slavery Record . . . . . . . ib.

VI. General Meeting of the Anti-Slavery Society . . . ib.

XCVI.-May. I. Proceedings of a General Meeting of the Anti-Slavery

Society and its friends, held at Exeter Hall, on Saturday, the

12th of May, 1832. Speeches of Mr. Stephen, Lord Suffield, Mr.

Buxton, M.P., Rev. J.W.Cunningham, Dr. Lushington, M.P.,

Page.

Mr. Smith, Mr. O'Connell, M, P., Rev. J. Burnett, Mr. Evans,

M. P., Hon. and Rev. B. Noel, Mr. Pownall, &c. James

Stephen, Esq., in the chair . . . . . . . 137–176

II. Debate on Mr. Buxton's motion in the House of Commons . 170

XCVII.—June. Report of a Committee of the House of Commons on the

causes and remedy of West India distress, with the evidence

taken.-Paper of the 13th April, 1832, No. 381, containing 350

pages . . . . . . . . . . . 177204

XCVIII. July. Communications between the Colonial Secretary of

State and the Colonies ; viz., 1. Constitution of Trinidad; 2.

Liberation of forfeited Africans and Crown Slaves; 3. Persecu-

tion of Samuel Swiney, a Jamaica Slave; 4. Female Flogging in

Jamaica; 5. Female Flogging, &c., in the Bahamas; 6. Slave In-

surrection; 7. Report of the Bishop of Jamaica ; 8. Free Black

and Coloured Classes, changes in their civil condition ; 9. The

Protection given to Slaves in Jamaica by law illustrated . . 205--228

XCIX.-August 1, I. Recent Intelligence from the West Indies.-1.

Resolutions of Black Freeholders of Kingston, Jamaica ; 2. Ad-

dress of Free Black and Coloured Inhabitants of Trinidad ; 3.

Address of Free Black and Coloured Inhabitants of the Baha-

mas; 4. Report of the House of Assembly of Jamaica on the late

Rebellion ; with the Protests of the Baptist and Wesleyan Me-

thodist Missionaries ; 5. Speech of Mr. Watkis in the Jamaica

Assembly; 6. Farther Persecutions in Jamaica; 7. Appointment

of Delegates to Great Britain by Jamaica Assembly; 8. Trial of

the Editor of the Jamaica Watchman for a capital Felony .229-242

II. Rebellion in Jamaica . . . . . . . . . . . 242—248

C.- September 1. A detailed View by Mr.Buxton, M.P., of the Progress

of Population among the Slaves in the several Slave Colonies of

Great Britain, since the first institution of the system of Regis-

tration; with Observations thereon . . . . . 249–264

CI.-October 1. I. The Christian Record of Jamaica, No. 3, of March,

1832.-1. Mis-statements of Mr. Alex. Barclay; 2. Free Labour

Sugar in Jamaica ; 3. Instruction of Slaves; 4. Kirk of Scotland

in Jamaica ; 5. Parochial Schools in Jamaica . . . . 265—274

II. Religious Persecutions in Jamaica . . . . . 274–283

III. Circular Despatches of Viscount Goderich to the Governors

of Slave Colonies . . . . . . . . . 283–291

IV. Resolutions of the Anti-Slavery Committee on the present

state of the Slavery Question . . . . . . 292

CII.—November 1.-1. Conduct of Emancipated Africans in Antigua . 293–296

II. American Colonization Society . . . . . . 296—300

CIII.—November 15. Correspondence between Sir C. B. Codrington and

T. F. Buxton, Esq., on the subject of Slavery . . . . 301—312

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