Pages tagged with "West Indies"

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Speitz, "Blood Sugar and Salt Licks: Corroding Bodies and Preserving Nations in The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave, Related by Herself" Circulations: Romanticism and the Black Atlantic Praxis Series
Szwydky, "Rewriting the History of Black Resistance: The Haitian Revolution, Jamaican Maroons and the “History” of Three-Fingered Jack in English Popular Culture, 1799-1830" Circulations: Romanticism and the Black Atlantic Praxis Series
Session 3D: Nouvelle Cuisine Conference Archive Scholarly Resources
Vol 1. No. 2 - Index The Quarterly Review Archive Scholarly Resources
Vol 1. No. 3 - Index The Quarterly Review Archive Scholarly Resources
a01 notes Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources
ART. II. The History of Barbadoes, from the first Discovery of the Island in the Year 1605, till the Accession of Lord Seaforth, 1801. By John Poyer. London, Mawman, 1808. pp. 668, 1 Vol. 4to. Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources
ART. I. The Radical Cause of the Present Distresses of the West India Planters, &c. By William Spence. The second edition. pp. 105. 1808. A Permanent and Effectual Remedy suggested for the Evils under which the British West Indies now labour, in a Letter Quarterly Review Electronic Texts Scholarly Resources
534. Robert Southey to John May, [22–]23 June 1800  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions
692. Robert Southey to Mary Barker, 9 July 1802  The Collected Letters of Robert Southey, Part Two Electronic Editions

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