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ligious knowledge among the Slaves generally, . are in reality, not only the very best friends of all those who have property in, or are connected with the West Indies, but are the staunchest supporters of good government, and consequently rank among the best subjects of His Most Gracious Majesty; for through coercion, incessant labour, and cruelty, the property of individuals is much endangered, by the Slaves becoming thereby discontented; and if individuals suffer, government will finally be the great losers, in a falling off of the revenue, or a loss of the colonies.
The present brutish, unchristian, and impolitic state of things there, cannot exist much longer, for all good and pious Britons are bound to oppose it, as men and as Christians, and God himself, cannot look with pleasure, in other words, cannot long bless and prosper people who defy his laws, and contemptuously break, and teach others to break, his holy and everlasting Commandments; for "All human affairs shall utterly come to an end, but his divine Commands shall endure for ever and ever." November, 1824.
Remarks on the hardships they suffer by being considered
Remarks on the horrid custom of branding the Slaves;
numerous examples quoted to shew that it is not yet
Remarks on the time, nature, and quality of their varied
Remarks on the necessity of changing the Market-day
and of the Population of the Parishes
Remarks on the appointment of Curates, and of the little
Remarks on the efficiency of most of the Jamaica
Remarks on the bad effects which Slavery produces on
not being allowed to marry
Remarks on the conduct of the Slaves in Kingston, dur-
Page 65, line 22, for, of Levitical Law, read, of the Levitical Law.
23, for, it has never been done, read, it has seldom or
never been done.