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- A descriptive account of the island of Jamaica with remarks upon the cultivation of the sugar-cane, throughout the different seasons of the year, and chiefly considered in a picturesque point of view : also observations and reflections upon what would probably be the consequences of an abolition of the slave-trade, and of the emancipation of the slaves
- Series Title:
- Slavery and anti-slavery: a transnational archive
- Beckford, William, -1799
- Place of Publication:
- Printed for T. and J. Egerton
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- 1 online resource (2 volumes) : ;
- Subjects / Keywords:
- Agriculture -- Jamaica ( lcsh )
Sugar growing -- Jamaica ( lcsh )
Agriculture ( fast )
Sugar growing ( fast )
Travel ( fast )
Agricultura ( bidex )
Cultivo de caña de azúcar ( qlsp )
Viaje ( bidex )
Description and travel -- Jamaica ( lcsh )
Jamaica ( fast )
- Electronic books.
non-fiction ( marcgt )
- General Note:
- Reproduction of original from Library of Congress.
- General Note:
- Sabin no. 4248.
- Statement of Responsibility:
- by William Beckford ...
- Source Institution:
- University of Florida
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- 367980492 ( OCLC )
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- F1870 .B39 ( lcc )
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I S L A N D
JA MAI A.
BETWEEN Chriftmas and the actual
commencement of the crop, the negroes
are chiefly employed in what are called
odd jobs, and are consequently much di-
vided. Some are giving the laft finish to
the exterior parts of the cane-fields; fome
are cleaning the intervals; and fome, the
weakly ones in particular, are fet in to
chop the paftures, which is commonly the
laft thing done upon a plantation, except-
ing, perhaps, it be the putting in order and
fencing-in thofe places that may be fubjeft
VoL. II. B to
I S L A N D
JAMAI C A:
Remarks upon the Cultivation of the SUGAR-CANE,
throughout the different Seafons of the Year, and chiefly
considered in a Piaurefque Point of View;
Obfervations and Refletions upon what would probably be
the Confequences of an ABOLITION of the SLAVE-
TRADE, and of the EMANCIPATION of the SLAVES.
By WILLIAM BECKFORD, Efq.
Author of Remarks on the Situation of Negroes in Jamaica.
Sine me, liber, ibis in iurbh :
Hei mihi guod domino non licct ire tuo."
IN TWO VOLUMES.
V 0 L U M E Sf.
L 0 N D 0 N:
Printed for T. and J. E G ER T N, Whitehall.