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BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
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CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CUBA AND PORTO RICO.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1 ADAMS, CHARLES KENDALL
Christopher Columbus, his life and his work. New York, 1892.
2 AILLY, PIERRE D'
Ymago mundi de Pierre d'Ailly, Cardinal de Cambrai et Chancelier
de l'Universit6 de Paris (1350-1420). Texte latin et traduction francaise
des quatre traits cosmographiques de d'Ailly et des notes marginales de
Christophe Colomb. Etude sur les sources de l'auteur. 3 vols. Paris, 1930.
3 ALCEDO Y HERRERA, ANTONIO DE
Geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West
Indies. Containing an entire translation of the Spanish work of Colonel
Don Antonio de Alcedo. By G. A. Thompson. 5 vols. London, 1812-15.
4 ALEXANDER, PHILIP FREDERICK
Discovery of America 1492-1584. Cambridge, 1917.
5 ARBER, EDWARD
The first three English books on America. 1555 A.D. Being chiefly
translations, compilations, etc., by Richard Eden, from the writings,
maps, etc., of Pietro Martire, of Anghiera (1455-1526) . Sebastian
Miinster, the cosmographer (1489-1552) . Sebastian Cabot, of Bristol
(1474-1557) . with extracts, etc., from the works of other Spanish,
Italian, and German writers of the time. Edited by Edward Arber.
6 ANVERS, N. d' (Nancy R. E. Bell)
Columbus and other heroes of American discovery. New York, 1893.
7 AVEZAC--MACAYA, AIARIE AMAND PASCAL D'
Le livre de Ferdinand Colomb. Revue critique des allegations pro-
pos6es centre son authenticity. Paris, 1873.
8 BALLARD, GEORGE ALEXANDER
America and the Atlantic. London, 1923.
9 BARLOW, JOEL
Vision of Columbus: A poem. Baltimore, 1814.
10 BARROS ARANA, DIEGO
Compendio elemental de historic de America. Santiago, 1894.
11 BARTON, GEORGE
Columbus the Catholic. A comprehensive story of the discovery.
12 BATES, H. W.
Central America, the West Indies and South America. With ethno-
logical appendix by A. H. Keane. London, 1878.
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13 BELKNAP, JEREMY
Discourse intended to commemorate the discovery of America by
Christopher Columbus, delivered at the request of the Historical Society
in Massachusetts, on the 23rd day of October, 1792, being the completion
of the third century since that memorable event. To which are added
four dissertations, connected with various parts of the discourse. Boston,
14 BELLOY, AUGUSTE DE
Christopher Columbus and the discovery of the New world. London,
Same. Philadelphia, 1889.
Same. Author's revised edition. 3 vols. New York, 1892.
15 BLAINE, JAMES GILLESPIE
Progress and development of the Western World. (Columbus and
Columbia.) Philadelphia, 1892.
16 BOLTON, HERBERT EUGENE
Colonization of North America 1492-1783. By Herbert Eugene Bol-
ton and Thomas Maitland Marshall. New York, 1927.
17 BOLTON, HERBERT EUGENE
History of the Americas. A syllabus with maps. Boston, 1928.
18 Bossi, LUIGI
Vita di Cristoforo Colombo scritta e corredata di nuove osservazioni
di note storico-critiche e di un' appendice di document rari o inediti.
19 Bossi, LUIGI
Histoire de Christophe Colomb: suivie de sa correspondence,
d'6claircissemens et de pieces curieuses et inedites, traduite d'italien par
C. M. Urano. Paris, 1824.
20 BOURNE, EDWARD GAYLORD
Voyages of Columbus and of John Cabot. New York, 1906.
21 BRION, MARCEL
Bartolom6 de las Casas, "Father of the Indians." Translated by
Coley B. Taylor. New York, 1929.
22 BRIXIANI, LAURENTII GAMBARAE
De navigation Christophori Columbi. Rome, 1585.
23 BROWNELL, HENRY HOWARD
The New world: embracing American history. Comprising an ac-
count of the discovery of North and South America, etc. 2 vols. in 1.
24 BUEL, J. W.
Columbus and the New world. (Columbus and Columbia.) Phila-
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC. 5
25 BURKE, EDMUND
Account of the European settlements in America. In six parts.
I A short history of the discovery of that part of the world. II The
manners and customs of the original inhabitants. III Of the Spanish
settlements. IV Of the Portuguese. V Of the French, Dutch and Danish.
VI Of the English. 2 vols. London, 1765.
Same. 2 vols. London, 1770
Same. 2 vols. London, 1777.
26 BURRAGE, HENRY SWEETSER
Early English and French voyages, chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534-1608.
New York, 1906.
27 BYNE, MILDRED (Stapley)
Christopher Columbus. By Mildred Stapley. New York, 1925.
28 CAMPE, JOACHIM HEINRICH
Voyages et conquetes de Colomb. Paris, 1802.
29 CANVAS DEL CASTILLO, ANTOINE
Los restos de Colon. Madrid, 1879.
30 CAPPA, RICARDO
Estudios critics de la dominaci6n Espafiola en America. 20 vols.
31 CAREY, HENRY CHARLES
Geography, history and statistics, of America and the West Indies;
exhibiting a correct account of the discovery, settlement and progress
. . of the western hemisphere, to the year 1822. By H. C. Carey and J.
Lea. London, 1823.
32 CHARCOT, JEAN BAPTISTE ETIENNE AUGUSTE
Christophe Colomb vu par un marine. Paris, 1928.
33 CHARLES, HEINRICH
Romance of the name America. New York, 1926.
34 CHARTON, EDOUARD
Voyageurs anciens et modernes. 4 vols. Paris, 1854-57.
35 CHURCHILL, AWNSHAM
Collection of voyages and travels, some now first printed from origi-
nal manuscripts, others now first published in English. . With a gen-
eral preface giving an account of the progress of navigation, from its
first beginning. 6 vols. London, 1732.
36 CHURCHILL, AWNSHAM
Collection of voyages and travels, some now first printed from origi-
nal manuscripts, others now first published in English. In six volumes.
To which is prefixed an introductory discourse (supposed to be written
6 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
by the celebrated Mr. Locke) entitled, The whole history of navigation
from its original to this time. Third edition. 6 vols. London, 1744-46.
37 CHURCHILL, AWNSHAM
Collection of voyages and travels consisting of authentic writers in
our own tongue, which have not before been collected in England, or have
only been abridged in other collections. And continued with others of
note, that have published histories, voyages, travels, journals or discov-
eries in other nations and languages. 2 vols. London, 1747.-The rare
7th and 8th volumes of the Churchill Series.
38 CLARKE, JAMES STANIER
Progress of maritime discovery, from the earliest period to the close
of the eighteenth century, forming an extensive system of hydrography.
39 CLARKE, RICHARD H.
Old and new lights on Columbus. With observations on controverted
points and criticism. New York, 1893.
40 CLAUDEL, PAUL
The book of Christopher Columbus; a lyrical drama in two parts.
41 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
His own book of privileges, 1502. Photographic facsimile of the
manuscript in the archives of the foreign office in Paris, now for the first
time published, with expanded text translation into English and an his-
torical introduction. The transliteration and translation by George E.
Barwick of the British Museum. The introduction by Henry Harrisse.
The whole compiled and edited with preface by Benjamin Franklin
Stevens. London, 1893.
42 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Journal of Christopher Columbus (during his first voyage 1492-93)
and documents relating to the voyages of John Cabot and Gasper Corte
Real. Translated with notes and an introduction by Clements R. Mark-
ham. London, 1893.
43 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Journal of first voyage to America, by Christopher Columbus. With
an introduction by Van Wyck Brooks. New York, 1924.
44 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Letter of Columbus on the discovery of America. A facsimile of the
pictorial edition, with a new and literal translation and a complete re-
print of the oldest four editions in Latin. Printed by order of the Trus-
tees of the Lenox Library. New York, 1892.
45 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Letters of Columbus originally published in the Boston Bulletin. Bos-
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46 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Select letters of Christopher Columbus, with other original docu-
ments, relating to his four voyages to the New world. Translated and
edited by R. H. Major. London, 1870.
47 COLOMBO, CHRISTOFORO
Writings of Christopher Columbus. Descriptive of the discovery and
occupation of the New world. Edited with an introduction by Paul
Leicester Ford. New York, 1892.
48 COLON, FERNANDO
History of the life and actions of Adm. Christopher Columbus, and
his discovery of the West Indies, called the New world, now in possession
of His Catholick Majesty. Written by his own son, D. Ferdinand Colum-
bus. London, 1732.
Same, London, 1746.
49 COLON, FERNANDO
Vita di Christoforo Colombo descritta da Ferdinando, suo figlio, e
tradotta da Alfonso Ulloa. London, 1867.
50 COLQUHOUN, ARCHIBALD Ross
Greater America. London, 1904.
51 COPPIER, GUILLAUME
Histoire et voyage des Indes Occidentales, et de plusieurs autres
regions maritime et 6loigndes. Lyon, 1645.
52 CORBANI, PAUL
Christophe Colomb, Corse; histoires patriotiques; nouvelle et
contest. Paris, 1888.
53 CORDIER, HENRI
Christophe Colomb. (M\Ilanges Americains.) Paris, 1913.
54 CROUSE, NELLIE MIAYNARD
In quest of the western ocean. London, 1928.
55 CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES HENRY
The audiencia in the Spanish colonies, as illustrated by the audiencia
of Manilla (1583-1800). Berkeley, 1919.
56 CURTIS, WILLIAM ELEROY
Relics of Columbus. An illustrated description of the historical
collection in the monastery of La Rabida. Washington, 1893.
57 DOUSSEAU, ALP.
Christophe Colomb. .Havre, 1868.
58 DURAN, DIEGO
Historia de las Indias de Nueva Espaiia y islas de tierra firma. Con
un atlas e estampas, notas e ilustraciones, Jose R. Ramirez. 3 vols.
8 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
59 DUTTO, Louis ANTHONY
Life of Batholom6 de las Casas and the first leaves of American eccle-
siastical history. St. Louis, 1892.
60 ELTON, CHARLES ISAAC
Career of Columbus. London, 1892.
61 FABIi, ANTONIO MARIA
Vida y escritos de Fray Bartolom6 de las Casas, Obispo de Chiapa.
2 vols. Madrid, 1879.
62 FISKE, JOHN
Discovery of America. With some account of ancient America and
the Spanish conquest. 2 vols. Boston, 1892.
Same. 3 vols. Boston, 1902.
63. FOURNIER, AUGUST
Histoire de la vie et des voyages de l'amiral Christophe Colomb,
d'apres des documents de l'6poque et notamment suivant I'histoire
vdridique de I'amiral 6crite par son fils, Don Fernando Colon. Paris, 1894.
64 Fox, GUSTAVUs VASA
Attempt to solve the problem of the first landing place of Columbus
in the New world. Washington, 1882.
65 GALVANO, ANTONIO
Discoveries of the world from their first original unto the year of our
Lord 1555. Edited by Vice-admiral Bethune. London, 1862.
66 GRACE, M. DE
Introduction A l'histoire moderne, generale et politique de l'univers.
8 vols. Paris, 1753-59.
67 GRIFFIS, WILLIAM ELLIOT
Romance of discovery. A thousand years of exploration and the
unveiling of continents. Boston, 1897.
68 HAKLUYT, RICHARD
Divers voyages touching the discovery of America and the islands
adjacent. Collected and published by Richard Hakluyt . in the year
1582. Edited with notes and an introduction by John Winter Jones.
(Reprint of original edition.) London, 1850.
69 HAKLUYT, RICHARD
Principal navigations, voyages, traffiques & discoveries of the Eng-
lish nation, made by sea or overland to the remote & farthest distant
quarters of the earth at any time within the compass of these 1600 years.
8 vols. London, 1907.
Same. 10 vols. London, 1927.
70 HAKLUYT, RICHARD
Voyages of the Elizabethan seamen to America; selected narratives
from the "Principal navigations" of Hakluyt. Edited by Edward John
Payne. Oxford, 1893.
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71 HALE, EDWARD EVERETT
Story of Columbus as he told it himself. With the story of his life
from other sources where we have not his narrative. Boston, 1893.
72 HARRIS, JOHN
Navigantium atque itinerantium bibliotheca. Or, a complete col-
lection of voyages and travels. Consisting of above six hundred of the
most authentic writers. Originally published by John Harris. . Now
carefully revised, with large additions and continued down to the present
time; including particular accounts of the manufacture and commerce
of each country. 2 vols. London, 1744-48.
Same. 2 vols. London, 1764.
73 HARRISSE, HENRY
Christophe Colomb devant I'histoire. Paris, 1892.
74 HARRISSE, HENRY
Christopher Columbus and the Book of Saint George (Ufficio di San
Georgio in Genoa). Two letters addressed to Samuel L. M. Barlow, by
Henry Harrisse. New York, 1888.
75 HELPS, ARTHUR
Life of Las Casas, "The apostle of the Indies." London, 1868
Same. Philadelphia, 1868.
Same. Fifth edition. London, 1890.
76 HERRERA Y TORDES-ILLAS, ANTONIO DE
General history of the vast continent and islands of America, com-
monly called the West Indies, from the first discovery thereof; with the
best accounts the people could give of their antiquities. Collected from the
original relations sent to the kings of Spain. Translated into English by
Capt. John Stevens. 6 vols. London, 1725-26.
77 HEYLYN, PETER
Cosmography in four books. Containing the choreography and his-
tory of the whole world. Improved with an historical continuation to the
present times by Edmund Bohun. London, 1703.
78 HEYLYN, PETER
A little description of the great world. Oxford, 1639
79 HORNOT, ANTOINE
Anecdotes americaines, ou histoire abreg6e des principaux 6venements
arrives dans le Nouveau monde, depuis sa decouverte jusqu' a l'6poque
present. Paris, 1776.
80 HUTCHINSON, FREDERICK WINTHROP
The men who found America. Philadelphia, 1909.
81 IRVING, WASHINGTON
Life and voyages of Christopher Columbus and the voyages and dis-
coveries of the companions of Columbus. 4 vols. London, 1828.
Same. 3 vols. New York, 1860.
Same. 3 vols. New York, 1868.
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82 JAcoBS, JOSEPH
Story of geographical discovery; how the world became known. New
Same. New York, 1909.
83 JEFFERSON, SAMUEL
Columbus. An epic poem. Giving an accurate history of the great
discoverer in rhymed heroic verse. Chicago, 1892.
84 JENSEN, JOHANNES V.
Christopher Columbus. The long journey. London, 1924.
85 JOHNSON, VIRGINIA WALES
America's godfather. The Florentine gentleman. Boston, 1894.
86 JOHNSON, WILLIAM HENRY
Pioneer Spaniards in North America. Boston, 1903.
87 JOHNSTON, HARRY HAMILTON
Pioneers in tropical America. London, 1914.
88 JUSTEL, H.
Recueil de livers voyages faits en Afrique et en l'Amerique, qui n'ont
point est encore publiez. Paris, 1684.
89 KAYSERLING, MEYER
Christopher Columbus and the participation of the Jews in the Span-
ish and Portuguese discoveries. Translated by Charles Gross. New
90 KERR, AMABEL
Christopher Columbus. London, 1908.
91 KNIGHT, ARTIIUR GEORGE
Life of Christopher Columbus. New York, 1877.
92 LAMARTINE, ALPHONSE MARIE LouIS DE
Crist6bal Colon, descubrimiento de las Americas. 2 vols. Madrid,
93 LAMARTINE, ALPHONSE MIARIE LOUIS DE
Life and voyages of Christopher Columbus. New York, 1871.
94 LAMARTINE, ALPHONSE MARIE Louis DE
Life and times of Christopher Columbus. Translated from the
French. Edinburgh, 1887.
95 LAMPREY, LOUISE
Days of the discoverers. New York, 1921.
96 LAS CASAS, BARTOLOME DE
La d6couverte des Indes Occidentales, par les Espagnols. Paris, 1697.
97 LAS CASAS, BARTOLOME DE
Relation des voyages et des d6couvertes que les Espagnols ont fait
dans les Indes Occidentales. Amsterdam, 1698.
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98 LAS CASAS, BARTOLOM] DE
Historia de las Indias. Reprint. 3 vols. Madrid, n. d.
99 LESTER, CHARLES EDWARDS
Life and voyages of Americus Vespucius. New York, 1903.
100 LESTER, CHARLES EDWARDS
Life and voyages of Americus Vespucius. Limited Edition. New
101 LUMMIS, CHARLES FLETCHER
Spanish pioneers. Chicago, 1893.
Same. Chicago, 1918.
102 MACNUTT, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS
Bartholomew de las Casas. His life, his apostolate, and his writ-
ings. New York, 1909.
103 MACNUTT, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS
Bartholomew de las Casas, his life, apostolate and writings. Cleve-
104 MARKHAM, CLEMENTS ROBERT
Life of Christopher Columbus. London, 1892.
105 MAVOR, WILLIAM FORDYCE
Historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and dis-
coveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period. 20 vols. Lon-
106 McENTIRE, WALTER F.
Was Christopher Columbus a Jew? Boston, 1925.
107 MONTEIRO, MARIANA
Christopher Columbus: his life, labours and discoveries. London,
108 MOORES, CHARLES WASHINGTON
Story of Christopher Columbus. Boston, 1912.
109 MUNOZ, JUAN BAUTISTA
Historia del Nuevo-mundo. Madrid, 1793.
110 MUNOZ, JUAN BAUTISTA
History of the New world. London, 1797.
111 NASH, WILLIAM GILES
America. The true history of its discovery. London, 1924.
112 NAVARRETE, MARTIN FERNANDEZ DE
Coleccion de los viajes y descubrimientos que hicieron por mar los
espafioles desde fines del siglo XV, com various documents in6ditos con-
cernientes a la historic de la marina castellana y de los establecimientos
espaiioles en Indias, coordinada 6 illustrada. 5 vols. Madrid, 1858-59.
12 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
113 NUNN, GEORGE ERMA
Geographical conceptions of Columbus. A critical consideration of
four problems. New York, 1924.
114 PARKER, H. F.
Discoverers and pioneers of America. New York, 1860.
115 PAYNE, EDWARD JOHN
History of the New world called America. 2 vols. Oxford, 1892.
116 PEREIRA DA SILVA, JOAO MANOEL
Christovam Colombo eo descobrimento da America. Rio de Ja-
117 PETAU, DENIS
History of the world: or, an account of time. Compiled by the
learned Dionysius Petavius. And continued by others to the year of our
Lord, 1659. Together with a geographical description of Europe, Africa
and America. London, 1659.
118 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Petri Martyris ab angleria Mediolanem. Oratoris clarissimi, Fer-
dinandi & Helisabeth Hispaniarum quondam regum a consiliis, de rebus
Oceanicis & Orbe novo decades tres: quibus quicquid de inventis nuper
terris traditum, novarum rerum cupidum lectorem retinere possit, copiose,
fideliter eruditeque docetur. Basileae, 1533.-Only four other copies
generally known-viz., British Museum, the Church, Carter Brown &
Lenox Libraries. Woodcut initials are by Holbein.
119 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
De Novo Orbe, or The historic of the West Indies, containing the
actes and adventures of the Spanyardes, which have conquered and peo-
pled those countries, inriched with varieties of pleasant relation of the
manners, ceremonies, lawes, governments, and warres of the Indians.
Comprised in eight decades. Written by Peter Martyr, a Millanoise of
Angleria, chief secretary to the Emperour Charles the Fift, and of his
Privie Councell. Whereof three, have been formerly translated into
English, by R. Eden, whereunto the other five, are newly added by the
industries and painefull travaile of M. Lok. Gent. London, 1612.-First
complete edition of the eight decades in English.
120 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
De rebus oceanicis et novo orbe, decades tres, Petri Martyris ab
Angleria Mediolanensis. Item eiusdem, de Babylonica legatione, libri
III, etc. Coloniae, 1574.
121 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Petrus Martyr Anglerius und sein opus epistolarum. von Dr. Hein-
rich Heidenheimer. Berlin, 1881.
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122 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Pierre Martyr d'Anghera. Sa vie et ses ouevres. par J. H. Mari&-
jol. Paris, 1887.
123 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Petrus Martyr, der Geschichtsschreiber des Weltmeeres. Eine
studied von Hermann A. Schumacher. New York, 1879.
124 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Petrus Martyr Anglerius und sein opus epistolarum. von J. Ber-
nays. Strassburg, 1891.
125 PETER MARTYR (Pietro Martire di Anghiera)
Quatribme decade du De Orbe Novo de Pierre Martyr d'Anghiera.
Traduite avec notes et commentaires par Paul Gaffarel. Paris, 1898.
126 PONCE DE LE6N Y LAGUARDIA, NESTOR
The Columbus Gallery. The "discoverer of the New world" as
represented in portraits, monuments, statues, medals and paintings. His-
torical description by Nestor Ponce de Le6n. New York, 1893.
127 PRESTON, D. S.
Columbus or a hero of the New world, an historical play. New
128 PURCHASE, SAMUEL
Purchas his Pilgrimage. Or relations of the world and the religions
observed in all ages and places discovered, from the creation unto the
present. In four parts. This first containeth a theological and geo-
graphical history of Asia, Africa and America, with the islands adjacent.
Declaring the ancient religions before the floud, the heathenish, Jewish,
and saracenicall in all ages since, in those parts professed, with their sev-
erall opinions, idols, oracles, temples, priests, fasts, sacrifices, and rites
religious: their beginnings, proceedings, alterations, sects, orders and
successions. With brief descriptions of the countries, nations, states, dis-
coveries; private and public customs, and the most remarkable rarities
of nature, or humane industries, in the same. The second edition, much
enlarged with additions through the whole work. By Samuel Purchas,
Minister at Estwood in Essex. London, 1614.
129 PURCHASE, SAMUEL
Hakluytus posthumus, or Purchas his Pilgrimes: containing a his-
tory of the world in sea voyages and lande travels by Englishmen and
others. By Samuel Purchas. 20 vols. Glasgow, 1905-07.
130 RAYNAL, GUILLAUME THOMAS FRANCOIS
Philosophical and political history of the settlement and trade of
Europeans in the East and West Indies. Translated by J. Justamond.
5 vols. London, 1777.
Same. 4 vols. Dublin, 1779.
Same. 5 vols. Edinburgh, 1782.
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131 REDDALL, HENRY FREDERIC
Columbus the Navigator. The story of his life and work. New
132 REGNAULT, ELIAS
Histoire des Antilles. Paris, 1849.
133 ROBERTSON, WILLIAM SPENCE
History of the Latin-American nations. New York, 1924.
134 ROBERTSON, WILLIAM SPENCE
History of the Latin-American nations. Revised edition. New York,
Same. New York, 1930.
135 ROBINSON, CONWAY
Voyages to and along the Atlantic coast of North America from
1520 to 1573. Richmond, 1848.
136 ROCHEFORT, CESAR DE
Histoire naturelle et morale des iles Antilles de l'Amerique. Rot-
Same. Rotterdam, 1681.
137 ROCHEFORT, CESAR DE
Historische beschreibung der Antillen Inseln in America gelegen.
138 ROCHEFORT, CESAR DE
History of Barbados, St. Christopher, Mevis, St. Vincents, Antego,
Martinico, Montserrat, and the rest of the Caribby-Islands, in all
XXVIII. Englished by J. Davies of Kidwelly. London, 1666.
139 ROSELLY DE LORGUES, ANTOINE FRANCOIS FELIX
Christophe Colomb. Histoire de sa vie et de ses voyages, d'apres
des documents authentiques tires d'Espagne et d'Italie par Roselly de
Lorgues. 2 vols. Paris, 1859.
140 ROSELLY DE LORGUES, ANTOINE FRANCOIS FELIX
Vie et voyages de Christophe Colomb d'apres des documents au-
thentiques tires d'Espagne et d'Italie. 2 vols. in 1. Paris, n. d.
141 ROSELLY DE LORGUES, ANTOINE FRANCOIS FELIX
Life of Christopher Columbus. From authentic Spanish and Italian
documents. Compiled from the French of Roselly de Lorgues. By J. J.
Barry. Boston, 1870.
142 RYAN, SARA AGNES
Christopher Columbus in poetry, history and art. Chicago, 1917.
143 ST. BRISK, THOMAS H. DE
Discovery of the origin of the name of America. New York, 1888.
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144 SHEA, JOHN GILMARY
Columbus and the men of Palos.
145 SPOTORNO, GIOVANI BATTISTA
Della origine e della patria di Christoforo Colombo libri tre di Don
Giambattista Spotorno. Genoa, 1819.
146 STEVANS, C. M.
Spain in America. A history of the conquests, dominions and over-
throw of Spain in the New world, ending with the Spanish-American war.
147 TARDUCCI, FRANCESCO
Life of Christopher Columbus, by Francesco Tarducci, after the
latest documents. Translated from the Italian by Henry F. Brownson.
2 vols. in 1. Detroit, 1890.
Same. Detroit, 1891.
148 TEACHER, JOHN BOYD
Christopher Columbus. His life, his work, his remains, as revealed
by original printed and manuscript records, together with an essay on
Peter Martyr of Anghera and Bartolom6 de las Casas, the first historians
of America. 3 vols. New York, 1903-04.
149 TOURON, ANTOINE
Histoire g6nerale de l'Amerique depuis sa d6couverte. 14 vols.
150 ULLOA, LUIS
Christophe Colomb, Catalan. La vrai genese de la d6couverte de
l'Amerique. Avec un appendice sur les Colombo et Colomo castillans et
sur le passport donn6 A Colomb, en Avril 1492, pour se rendre aux l'Indes.
151 VESPUCCI, AMERIGO
First four voyages. Reprinted in facsimile and translated from the
rare original edition. London, 1893.
152 VIGNAUD, JEAN HENRY
Le vrai Christophe Colomb, et la 16gende. La date exacte de la
naissance du grand G6nois. Sa famille. Les indications qu'il avait.
Toscanelli, pr6tendu initiateur de la d6couverte de l'Amerique. L'objet
veritable de l'entreprise de 1492. Paris, 1921.
153 VIGNAUD, JEAN HENRY
Toscanelli and Columbus. The letter and chart of Toscanelli on
the route to the Indies by way of the west, sent in 1474 to the Portuguese
Fernam Martins, and later on to Christopher Columbus. A critical study
on the authenticity and value of these documents and the sources of the
cosmographical ideas of Columbus, followed by the various texts of the
letter, with translations, annotations, several facsimiles and also a map.
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154 VINING, EDWARD P.
An inglorious Columbus. New York, 1885.
155 WALDSEEMbLLER, MARTIN
Cosmographiae introduction of Martin Waldseemiiller in facsimile.
Followed by the Four voyages of Amerigo Vespucci, with their translations
into English; to which are added Waldseemiiller's two world maps of
1507. With an introduction by Prof. Joseph Fischer, S.J., and Prof.
Franz von Wieser; edited by Prof. Charles George Herbermann. New
156 WEISE, ARTHUR JAMES
Discoveries of America to the year 1525. New York, 1884.
157 WETHERILL, H. B.
The world and its discovery. Oxford, 1914.
158 WILLIAMS, ARCHIBALD
Romance of early exploration, with descriptions of interesting dis-
coveries, thrilling adventures and wonderful bravery of the early ex-
plorers. Philadelphia, 1907.
159 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Perez the Pioneer. New Haven, 1925. MS. No. 6017.
160 WINsOR, JUSTIN
Narrative and critical history of America. 8 vols. Boston, 1884-89.
161 WINSOR, JUSTIN
Christopher Columbus and how he received and imparted the spirit
of discovery. Boston, 1891.
Same. Boston, 1892.
162 YOUNG, FILSON
Christopher Columbus and the New world of his discovery. 2 vols.
Same. London, 1906.
163 YOUNG, GEORGE
The Columbus memorial. Containing the first letter of Columbus
descriptive of his voyage to the New world; the Latin letter to his royal
patrons, and a narrative of the four voyages of Amerigo Vespucci. Re-
produced in facsimile from the unique and excessively rare originals.
With illustrations, introduction and notes. Philadelphia, 1893.
Columbus memorial volume published by the joint committee of the
Catholic Club of New York and the United States Catholic Historical
Society. New York, 1893.
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Diverses histoires de tout le monde, contenant le recueil des pais,
et la situation des villes, citez, forts, chasteaux et fortteresses: avec les
moeurs et ceremonies d'iceux. Paris, 1577.
Life of Bartholomew de las Casas. Compiled from the French of
Touron and Charlevoix. By one of the Dominican Fathers of New York.
New York, 1871.
Les espagnoles en Amerique. Par "Claudius." Paris, 1837.
Memorial of Christopher Columbus from the City of Boston in
honor of the discovery of America. Boston, 1893.
Original narratives of early American history, reproduced under the
auspices of the American Historical Association; general editor, J.
Franklin Jameson. 19 vols. New York, 1906-28.
Vie et voyages de Christophe Colomb. Par "Claudius." Paris, 1836.
Voyages and travels mainly of the 16th and 17th centuries. An
English Garner. With an introduction by C. Raymond Beazley. 2 vols.
Same. 2 vols. New York, 1903.
172 BACON, EDGAR MAYHEW
The new Jamaica, describing the island, explaining its conditions of
life and growth and discussing its mercantile relations and potential im-
portance: adding somewhat in relation to those matters which directly
interest the tourist and health seeker. By Edgar Mayhew Bacon and
Eugene Murray Aaron. New York, 1890.
173 BALCARRES, ALEXANDER (Earl and Lieut.-Governor of Jamaica)
Letter addressed to Mr. Dundas and marked "Private," concerning
the Maroon uprising, and notably of his intention of sending to "Havan-
nah for 50 dogs accustomed to hunt runaway negroes." Dated Jamaica,
27 Sept. 1795. MS. No. 5035.
174 BAPTY, S. LEE
International Exhibition, Jamaica, 1891. Official Catalogue.
175 BANGS, OUTRAM
List of the birds in Jamaica. By Outram Bangs and Frederick H.
Kennard. Kingston, 1920.
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176 BARROS, ALONZO
Report (in Spanish) of capture of a Jamaican Privateer carrying
contraband. Dated, Guazacualco, 1686. MS. No. 5004.
177 BECKFORD, WILLIAM (of Somerly)
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 obser-
vations and reflections upon what would probably be the consequences of
the abolition of the slave-trade and of the emancipation of the slaves.
2 vols. London, 1790.
178 BECKFORD, WILLIAM (son of the Lord Mayor of London and author
of "Vathek," etc.)
Litigation papers concerning the Estates of Strathbogie, Acken-
down, Retrieve and the Bogue in Jamaica. 4 documents. MSS. Nos.
179 BECKWITH, MARTHA WARREN
Folk-games of Jamaica. Poughkeepsie, 1922.
180 BECKWITH, MARTHA WARREN
Christmas mummings in Jamaica. With music recorded in the field
by Helen H. Roberts. Poughkeepsie, 1923.
181 BECKWITH, MARTHA WARREN
Hussay festival in Jamaica. With music recorded by phonograph.
182 BECKWITH, MIARTHA WARREN
Jamaica Anansi stories. With music recorded in the field by Helen
Roberts. New York, 1924.
183 BECKWITH, MARTHA WARREN
Black roadways; a study of Jamaica folk life. Chapel Hill, N. C.,
184 BECKWITH, MARTHA WARREN
Jamaica folk-lore, collected by Martha Warren Beckwith, with
music recorded in the field by Helen H. Roberts. New York, 1928.
185 BIGELOW, JOHN
Jamaica in 1850, or the effects of sixteen years of freedom on a
slave colony. New York, 1851.
186 BLEBY, HENRY
Scenes in the Caribbean Sea: being sketches from a missionary's
note-book. London, 1868.
187 BLOME, RICHARD
Description de l'isle de la Jamaique et de toutes celles que poss6dent
les Anglois dans l'Am6rique. Avec des observations faites par le Sieur
Thomas (Lynch), Gouvernour de la Jamaique, et autres personnel du
pais. Paris, 1674.
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188 BLOME, RICHARD
Description of the Island of Jamaica; with the other isles and ter-
ritories in America, to which the English are related. London, 1678.
189 BOWDLER, THOMAS
Short view of the life and character of Lieut. General Villettes,
late Lieut.-Governor and Commandant of the forces in Jamaica. Lon-
190 BOWERBANK, LEWIS QUIER
Letters of Mr. Alexander Fiddes considered and refuted, his mis-
representations exposed, his calumnies and inuendos set in the light of
truth-his various statements in the press and otherwise weighed in the
balance and found wanting. Kingston, 1865.
191 BOWERBANK, LEWIS QUIER
The terror of the tents, or quarantine restrictions as imposed and
enforced in Jamaica, during the prevalence of small-pox under so-called
paternal government. Jamaica, 1872.
192 BRIDGES, GEORGE WILSON
Annals of Jamaica. 2 vols. London, 1828.
193 BROWNE, PATRICK
Civil and natural history of Jamaica. In three parts. Containing
(I) an accurate description of that island, its situation and soil; with a
brief account of its former and present state government, revenues,
produce and trade. (II) an history of the natural productions, including
the various sorts of native fossils, perfect and imperfect vegetables;
quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles and insects; with their properties and
uses in mechanics, diet and physic. (III) an account of the nature of
climates in general, and their different effects upon the human body;
with a detail of the diseases arising from this source, particularly within
the tropics. In three dissertations. The whole illustrated with fifty cop-
per plates. London, 1756.
Same. 3rd edition. London, 1789.
194 BRYMNER, D.
The Jamaica Maroons. How they came to Nova Scotia-How they
left it. London, 1895.
195 BURDETT, WILLIAM
Life and exploits of Mansong, commonly called Three-finger Jack,
the terror of Jamaica. With a particular account of the Obi; being the
only true one of that celebrated and fascinating mischief, so prevalent
in the West Indies. Third edition. Sommers Town, 1800.
196 BURGE, WILLIAM
Reply to the letter of the Marquis of Sligo to the Marquis of Nor-
mandy relative to the present state of Jamaica, etc. London, 1839.
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197 CAMPBELL, W. A.
Marguerite: a story of the earthquake. Kingston, 1907.
198 CANNON, RICHARD
Historical record of the 56th Foot. (Served in Jamaica.) London,
199 CARMICHAEL, HUGH LYLE (Major Gen. Commanding in Jamaica,
Signed pay warrant of Sergt. Joseph Hayes. Dated 21 Sept. 1809.
MS. No. 5047.
200 CARRANZA, JUAN
Letter to Antonio Valdes about conditions in Jamaica. Information
secured through one of Carranza's Captains from the English Colonel,
Robert Hodgson. Dated, Cartagena, 30 August, 1784. MS. No. 5044.
201 CAULFIELD, JAMES E. W. S.
One hundred years' history of the 2nd Batt. West India Regiment
from date of raising 1795 to 1898. London, 1899.
202 CLARKE, ALURED (Brig. Gen. and Lieut. Governor of Jamaica,
Certificate that John Edward Shakleford is Register of the High
Court of Chancery in Jamaica. Signed and dated, Saint lago de la Vega,
16 March, 1787. MS. No. 5046.
203 CLARKE, JOHN
Memoir of Richard Merrick, Missionary in Jamaica. London, 1850.
204 CLERK, ASTLEY
Jamaica among the Llandoveries. Kingston.
205 COCKBURN, ALEXANDER
Charge of the Lord Chief Justice of England to the grand jury at
the central criminal court in the case of the Queen against Nelson and
Brand. . Revised and corrected by the Lord Chief Justice, Sir Alex-
ander Cockburn. Edited by Frederick Cockburn. London, 1867.
206 CONNOLLY, JAMES B.
An earthquake. (Extract from Columbia.) New Haven, 1927.
207 COOK, E. M.
Jamaica. The lodestone of the Caribbean. Bristol, 1924.
208 CROMWELL, OLIVER
Letter to Major General Fortescue, Nov. 1655. (Massachusetts
Historical Society Proceedings, Ser. 2, XIII, 1900.)
209 CROMWELL, OLIVER
"To all persons whom these may concern in . the United Colo-
nies of New England . hath commissioned . Daniel Gookin . .
Cambridge . Massachusetts, to make agreement with any . num-
ber of the English in the colonies . who desire to remove . into
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Jamaica in the West Indies. 25 Mar." (1656). Reprint, Massachusetts
Historical Society, Boston, 1922, from F. W. Gookin, Daniel Gookin;
210 CUNDALL, FRANK
Bibliotheca, Jamaicensis: Some account of the principal works on
Jamaica in the library of the Institute. Kingston, 1895.
211 CUNDALL, FRANK
Bibliographia Jamaicensis: A list of Jamaica books and pamphlets,
magazine articles, newspapers and maps, most of which are in the library
of the Institute of Jamaica. Kingston, 1902.
212 CUNDALL, FRANK
Supplement to Bibliographia Jamaicensis. Kingston, 1908.
213 CUNDALL, FRANK
Bibliography of the West Indies (Excluding Jamaica). Kingston,
214 CUNDALL, FRANK
Brief guide to the library, museum and history gallery of the Insti-
tute of Jamaica. Kingston, 1929.
215 CUNDALL, FRANK
Catalogue of books in the library of the Institute. Kingston, 1895.
216 CUNDALL, FRANK
Catalogue of the portraits in the Jamaica History Gallery of the
Institute of Jamaica. Kingston, 1914.
217 CUNDALL, FRANK
Chronological outlines of Jamaica history 1492-1926. Kingston,
218 CUNDALL, FRANK
Classified list of books in the general library of the Institute of
Jamaica, 1923. Kingston, 1923.
219 CUNDALL, FRANK
Historic Jamaica. London, 1915.
220 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica in 1895, a handbook of information for intending settlers
and others. Kingston, 1895.
221 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica in 1920. The central point of the West Indies. "An emer-
ald gem set in a sapphire sea." Kingston, 1920.
222 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica in 1924. A handbook of information for visitors and in-
tending settlers with some account of the colony's history. Kingston,
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223 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica in 1928. A handbook of information for visitors and in-
tending residents with some account of the colony's history. Kingston,
224 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica Negro proverbs and sayings. Kingston, 1927.
225 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica place names. Kingston, 1909.
226 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica's part in the great war. 1914-1918. London, 1925.
227 CUNDALL, FRANK
Jamaica under the Spaniards. Extracted from the Archives of Se-
ville. By Frank Cundall and Joseph L. Pietersz. Kingston, 1919.
228 CUNDALL, FRANK
Life of Enos Nuttall, Archbishop of the West Indies. London, 1922.
229 CUNDALL, FRANK
Migration from Surinam to Jamaica. Kingston, 1919.
230 CUNDALL, FRANK
Studies in Jamaica history. With illustrations by Mrs. Lionel Lee.
231 CUNDALL, FRANK
Parish church of Saint Andrew, Jamaica. Kingston, 1931.
232 DALLAS, ROBERT CHARLES
History of the Maroons from their origin to the establishment of
their chief tribe at Sierra Leone; including the expedition to Cuba. for
the purpose of procuring Spanish chasseurs; and the state of the island
of Jamaica for the last ten years: with a succinct history of the island
previous to that period. 2 vols. London, 1803.
233 DAVENPORT, CHARLES BENEDICT
Race crossing in Jamaica. By C. B. Davenport and Morris Steg-
gerda, in collaboration with F. G. Benedict . Lawrence H. Snyder
. . and others. Washington, 1929.
234 DELANY, FRANCIS XAVIER
History of the Catholic Church in Jamaica, B. W. I. New York,
235 DE LISSER, HERBERT G.
Planters' Punch. 5 vols. Kingston, 1925-32.
236 DE LISSER, HERBERT G.
Revenge: a tale of old Jamaica. Kingston, 1919.
237 DE LISSER, HERBERT G.
Twentieth Century Jamaica. Kingston, 1913.
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238 DE LISSER, HERBERT G.
White witch of Rosehall. London, 1929.
239 DIROM, ALEXANDER
Thoughts on the state of the militia of Jamaica, Nov., 1783. Ja-
240 DUERDEN, J. E.
Jamaica fisheries. The operation in Jamaica of the Caribbean Sea
Fisheries Development Syndicate. Kingston, 1898.
241 DUNCAN, PETER
Narrative of the Wesleyan mission to Jamaica; with occasional
remarks on the state of society in that colony. London, 1849.
242 EDWARDS, BRYAN
Proceedings of the Governor and Assembly of Jamaica, in regard
to the Maroon Negroes: published by order of the Assembly, to which is
prefixed an introductory account, containing observations on the dispo-
sition, character, manners and habits of life, of the Maroons, and a detail
of the origin, progress, and termination of the late war between these
people and the white inhabitants. London, 1796.
243 ELLIS, ALFRED BURTON
History of the First West India Regiment. London, 1885.
244 EVANS, H. B.
Our West Indian colonies. Jamaica a source of national wealth
and honour. London, 1855.
245 EVES, C. WASHINGTON
Jamaica at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, London, 1886. Lon-
246 EYRE, EDWARD JOHN
Addresses to His Excellency Edward John Eyre, 1865, 1866. Ja-
247 FAWCETT, WILLIAM
Index to economic products of the vegetable kingdom in Jamaica.
248 FEURTADO, WALTER AUGUSTUS
The Jubilee Reign of her most gracious Majesty Queen Victoria in
Jamaica. Being a complete account of the principal and important
events which occurred in Jamaica luring the fifty years reign of her most
gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, from the year 1837 to the year 1887,
and also a full and complete account of the Jubilee rejoicings in Jamaica
in 1887. Kingston, 1890.
249 FIELDING, ELESPETH
Short stories of Jamaica and "The War." Kingston, 1915.
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250 FINLASON, W. F.
Commentaries upon martial law, with special reference to its regula-
tion and restraint; with an introduction containing comments upon the
charge of the Lord Chief Justice in the Jamaica Case. London, 1867.
251 FINLASON, W. F.
Report of the Case of the Queen v. Edward John Eyre on his prose-
cution . for high crimes and misdemeanours alleged to have been
committed by him in his office as Governor of Jamaica. London, 1868.
252 FINLASON, W. F.
Justice to a colonial Governor; or some considerations on the Case
of Mr. Eyre: containing the substance of all the documents, discussions,
and proceedings relating thereto. London, 1868.
253 FINLASON, W. F.
History of the Jamaica Case, being an account founded upon offi-
cial documents of the rebellion of the negroes in Jamaica. London, 1869.
254 FOULKES, THEODORE
Eighteen months in Jamaica, with recollections of the late rebellion.
255 FULLER, STEPHEN
Original letter book 1762-1773. MS. No. 6001.
256 FULLER, STEPHEN
Original letter book 1776-1784. MS. No. 6002.
257 FULLER, STEPHEN
Two reports from the Committee of the Honourable House of As-
sembly of Jamaica. London, 1789.
258 GARDNER, CAPT. ROBERT (Agent for soldiers in Jamaica)
Letter to the Council of Trade, giving an account of the men re-
cruited for Jamaica. Dated, 10 June, 1707. MS. No. 5010.
259 GARDNER, WILLIAM JAMES
History of Jamaica, from its discovery by Christopher Columbus to
the present time; including an account of its trade and agriculture;
sketches of the manners, habits and customs of all classes of its inhab-
itants; and a narrative of the progress of religion and education in the
island. London, 1873.
260 GARDNER, WILLIAM JAMES
History of Jamaica from its discovery by Christopher Columbus to
the year 1872. London, 1909.
261 GAUNT, MARY
Where the twain meet. New York, 1922.
262 GEORGII III REGIS
Act for making perpetual an Act for allowing the importation and
exportation of certain goods, etc., in the Ports of Kingston, Savannah la
Mar, Montego Bay, and Santa Lucea in the island of Jamaica, 1792.
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263 GEORGII III REGIS
Act to amend an Act allowing the importation and exportation of
certain goods, etc., in the Ports of Kingston, Savannah la Mar, Montego
Bay, and Santa Lucea, in the island of Jamaica. 7 May, 1798.
264 GORRIE, JOHN
Illustrations of martial law in Jamaica. Compiled from the report
of the royal commissioners, and other Blue Books laid before Parlia-
ment. London, 1867.
265 GOSSE, PHILIP HENRY
Birds of Jamaica. London, 1847.
266 GossE, PHILIP HENRY
A naturalist's sojourn in Jamaica. London, 1851.
267 GRABOW, E. R.
The Hotel Titchfield, Port Antonio, Jamaica, B. W. I. Boston, 1915.
268 GRAHAM, JOHN H. H.
Outlines of the geography and history of Jamaica. Kingston, 1930.
269 GREEN, SAMUEL
Baptist mission in Jamaica. A review of the Rev. W. G. Barrett's
pamphlet, entitled: A reply to the circular of the Baptist Missionary
Committee. London, 1842.
Insurrection in Jamaica. London, 1866.
271 HAKEWILL, JAMES
Picturesque tour of the island of Jamaica, from drawings made in
the years 1820 and 1821. London, 1825.
272 HALL, MAXWELL
Rainfall of Jamaica. Thirteen maps showing the average rainfall
in each month and during the year with explanatory text. Kingston, 1892.
273 HALL, MAXWELL
Meteorology of Jamaica. Kingston, 1904.
274 HAMILTON, ARCHIBALD
Answer to an anonymous libel entitled Articles exhibited against
Lord Archibald Hamilton, late Governor of Jamaica: with sundry depo-
sitions and proofs relating to same. London, 1718.
275 HARRIS, RALPH E.
Jamaica hurricane of November 1912. Washington, 1913.
276 HARVEY, THOMAS
Jamaica in 1866. A narrative of a tour through the island with
remarks on its social, educational and industrial condition. By Thomas
Harvey and William Brewin. London, 1867.
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277 HEATHCOTE, GILBERT
Naval document authorising the payment of one hundred and nine-
teen shillings and three pence to William Beeston, Governor of Jamaica.
Dated, 24 Nov. 1694. MS. No. 5001.
278 HENDERSON, JOHN
Jamaica. Painted by A. S. Forrest. Described by John Henderson.
279 HENDERSON, JOHN
Peeps at many lands. Jamaica. Illustrations by A. S. Forrest.
280 HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS, ANTONIO DE
Aankomst van Jean d'Ezquebel ter bevolking van Jamaica, door den
Ammiraal Diego Kolumbus, van Hispaniola a derwaards gezonden, in't
jaar 1510. Leyden, 1706.
281 HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS, ANTONIO DE
Rampspoedige water-togt door Franciscus de Porras, met eenige
muitelingen van Jamaica naa Hispaniola vrugteloos ondernoomen, in't
jaar 1504. Verhalende niet alleen des Ammiraal Kolumbus zeldzaam
wedervaren met gemelden de Porras, maar ook zyne verdere togten, en
wederkomst in Kastilien tot aan zyn dood. Leyden, 1706.
287 HICKERINGILL, EDMUND
Jamaica viewed with all the ports, harbours, and their several
soundings, towns, and settlements thereupon belonging. Together with
the nature of its climate, fruitfulness of the soil, and its suitableness to
English complexions. With several other collateral observations and
reflexions upon the island. London, 1705.
283 HICKs, GEORGE
Reading clubs in the island of Jamaica. Kingston, 1885.
284 HIGLETT, G. A.
Gems from Jamaica. Perth, 1922.
285 HILL, STEPHEN A.
Who's who in Jamaica-1916. Kingston, 1916.
286 HILL, STEPHEN A.
Who's who in Jamaica, 1921-1924. Kingston, 1924.
287 HovEY, SYLVESTER
Letters from the West Indies: relating especially to . Jamaica.
New York, 1838.
288 HUGHES, RICHARD
A high wind in Jamaica. London, 1929.
289 HUME, HAMILTON
Life of Edward John Eyre, late Governor of Jamaica. London, 1867.
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290 HUNTER, WILLIAM (Surgeon to Regt. of Marines in Jamaica
Letter to William Adair, London, relative to medicine money due
him. Dated, Maidstone, 4 March, 1747/48. MS. No. 5013.
"The case of William Hunter, Surgeon to the late Colonel Cottrell's
Regiment of Marines." (Unsigned and undated but accompanied last
item.) MS. No. 5014.
291 I. S.
Brief and perfect journal of the late proceedings and success of
the English Army in the West Indies, continued until June the 24th 1655.
Together with some quaeres inserted and answered. Published for satis-
faction of all such who desire truly to be informed in these particulars.
By I. S., an eyewitness. London, 1655.
292 JACKSON, ROBERT
Treatise on the fevers of Jamaica, with some observations on the
intermittent fever of America and an appendix containing some hints on
the means of preserving the health of soldiers in hot climates. Philadel-
293 JAMES, WINIFRED
The mulberry tree. London, 1913.
294 JECKYLL, WALTER
Jamaican song and story; anancy stories, digging songs, ring tunes
and dancing tunes. Collected and edited by Walter Jeckyll with an in-
troduction by Alice Werner, and appendices on traces of African melody
in Jamaica by C. S. Myers, and on English airs and motifs in Jamaica by
Lucy E. Broadwood. London, 1907.
295 JOHNSTON, JAMES
Jamaica: the new Riviera. A pictorial description of the island
and its attractions. London, 1903.
Same. Brown's Town, Jamaica, 1903.
296 JUDAH, GEORGE FORTUNATUS
The Jews tribute in Jamaica. Extracted from the Journals of the
House of Assembly of Jamaica. Jamaica, 1909.
297 KEAN, JOHN
Instructions for the drill, formation and movements of the Milit!a
of Jamaica. By authority. Jamaica, 1827.
298 KELLY, PATRICK H.
Catholic Kingston before the earthquake. New York, 1907.
299 KIDD, JOSEPH B.
Illustrations of Jamaica, in a series of views comprising the prin-
cipal towns, public buildings, estates and most picturesque scenery of
the island. London, 1840.
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300 KING, DAVID
State and prospects of Jamaica: with appended remarks on its ad-
vantages for the cure of pulmonary diseases, and suggestions to invalids
and others going to that colony. London, 1850.
301 KNIBB, WILLIAM
Facts and documents connected wth the late insurrection in Ja-
maica and the violations of civil and religious liberty arising out of it.
302 LABATT, PHILIP COHEN
Selections from the miscellaneous posthumous works of Philip
Cohen Labatt; in prose and verse. Kingston, 1855.
303 LEADER, ALFRED
Through Jamaica with a Kodak. Bristol, 1907.
304 LENTE, FREDERICK D.
Medical notes on the island of Jamaica.
305 LESLIE, CHARLES
New history of Jamaica: from the earliest accounts to the taking
of Porto Bello by Vice Admiral Vernon. In thirteen letters from a gen-
tleman to his friend . In which are briefly interspersed the characters
of the Governors and Lieutenant Governors. . London, 1740.
Same. Dublin, 1741.
Same. Second edition. London, 1740.
306 LESLIE, CHARLES
Histoire de la Jamafque. Traduite de l'Anglois, par M. (Raulin),
ancien officer de Dragons. 2 vols. London, 1751.
307 LEWIS, MATTHEW GREGORY
Journal of a West Indian proprietor, kept during a residence in the
island of Jamaica. London, 1834.
308 LEWIS, MATTHEW GREGORY
Journal of a residence among the negroes in the West Indies. Lon-
Same. New Edition. London, 1861.
309 LEWIS. 'MITTHEW GREGORY
Journal of a West Indian proprietor 1815-17. Edited with an intro-
duction by Mona Wilson. London, 1929.
Same. Boston, 1929.
310 LEWIs, MATTHEW GREGORY
Tales of wonder. London, 1801.
311 LINDSAY, JOHN
Sermon preached at the funeral of His Excellency Sir Basil Keith,
Governor of Jamaica, in the parish church St. Catherine and town of
St. Jago de la Vega, June 16, 1777. London, 1780.
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312 LIVINGSTON, NOEL B.
Sketch pedigrees of some of the early settlers in Jamaica. Kingston,
313 LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM PRINGLE
Black Jamaica. A study in evolution. London, 1899.
314 LONG, CHARLES
Names of the principal planters and settlers in Jamaica, 1663. From
a MS. of Charles Long, Esq.; and Assemblies and Councils in Jamaica,
from a MS. history written by Dr. Barham. (Private press.)
315 LONG, EDWARD
History of Jamaica, or general survey of the ancient and modern
state of.that island, with reflections on its situation, settlements, inhab-
itants, climate, products, commerce, laws and government. 3 vols. Lon-
316 LUDLOW, J. M.
Jamaica Papers No. 1. Facts and documents relating to the alleged
rebellion in Jamaica, and the measures of repression; including notes of
the trial of Mr. Gordon. Published by the Jamaica Committee. Lon-
317 LUDLOW, J. M.
Jamaica Papers No. II. The Blue Books. Published by the Ja-
maica Committee. London, 1866.
318 LUDLOW, J. M.
Jamaica Papers No. III. Statement of the Committee and other
documents. London, 1866.
319 LUDLOW, J. M.
Jamaica Papers No. IV. A quarter century of Jamaica legislation.
320 LYNCH, MRS. HENRY
The cotton-tree; or Emily the little West Indian. A tale for young
people. London, 1847.
321 LYNCH, MRS. HENRY
The family sepulchre: a tale of Jamaica. London, 1848.
322 LYNCH, MRS. HENRY
Wonders of the West Indies. London, 1856.
323 MACLEAN, ISABEL CRANSTOUN
Children of Jamaica. Edinburgh, 1910.
324 MACPHERSON, EWAN
Souvenirs of Duke Street in the sixties. New York, 1907.
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325 MADDEN, RICHARD ROBERT
A twelvemonths' residence in the West Indies, during the transition
from slavery to apprenticeship; with incidental notices of the state of
society, prospects, and natural resources of Jamaica and other islands.
2 vols. London, 1835.
326 MCCREA, HARRY
Sub-officers' guide: containing definitions of crime, forms of infor-
mations and proclamations, and an index to criminal laws, for use by
sub-officers. Kingston, 1903.
327 MCMAHON, BENJAMIN
Jamaica plantership. London, 1839.
328 MELVILLE, FRED J.
Jamaica. London, 1910.
329 MEREWEATHER, SERGEANT
Speech at the bar of the House against the bill to make temporary
provision for the Government of Jamaica. London, 1839.
330 MILNE-HOME, MARY PAMELA
Mamma's black nurse stories. West Indian folk-lore. Edinburgh,
331 MILNER, T. H.
Present and future state of Jamaica considered. London, 1839.
332 MITCHELL, DAVID M.
Voices from Summerland. An anthology of Jamaica Poetry. Lon-
333 MONTAGNAC, NOiL DE
Negro nobodies. Being a series of sketches of peasant life in Ja-
maica. London, 1899.
334 MORTON, C. S.
Jamaica post towns, 1840-1875. London, 1921.
335 NANKIVELL, EDWARD J.
Jamaica and Cayman islands. Tunbridge Wells, 1922.
336 NICHOLAS, FRANCIS C.
Mineral resources of Jamaica. Kingston, 1913.
337 NUGENT, LADY MARIA
Journal of a voyage to, and residence in, the island of Jamaica,
from 1801 to 1805, and of subsequent events in England from 1805 to
1811. Also Journal from the year 1811 till the year 1815, including a
voyage to and a residence in India, with a tour of the northwestern parts
of the British possessions in that country, under the Bengal government.
4 vols. London, 1839.
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338 NUGENT, LADY MARIA
Lady Nugcnt's Journal. Jamaica one hundred years ago. Edited
by Frank Cundall. Kingston, 1907.
339 OGLE, CHALONER
Tryal of Sir Chaloner Ogle, before the Chief Justice of Jamaica.
340 OLDMIXON, JOHN
History of Jamaica. London, 1708.
341 OLIVIER, SYDNEY
Report on the Cayman islands (Jamaica). London, 1910.
342 OLIVIER, SYDNEY
White capital and coloured labour. London, 1929.
343 PARKING, JOHN
Statistical report of the epidemic cholera in Jamaica. London, 1852.
344 PARRY, ADMIRAL WILLIAM Fox (Commander-in-chief at Jamaica,
Letter to Mr. Kee, on personal affairs, chiefly financial. Dated,
H.M.S. Preston, Jamaica, 30 Nov. 1766. MS. No. 5012.
345 PHILLIPPO, JAMES MURCELL
Jamaica: its past and present state. London, 1843.
346 PIM, BEDFORD CLAPPERTON TREVELYAN
The negro and Jamaica. London, 1866.
347 PRICE, ERNEST
Bananaland. Pages from the chronicles of an English minister in
Jamaica. London, 1930.
348 PRICE, GEORGE
Jamaica and the Colonial Office. Who caused the crisis? London,
349 PRINGLE, HALL
Fall of the sugar planters of Jamaica, with remarks on their agri-
cultural management and on the labour question in that island. Lon-
350 PULLEN-BURRY, BESSIE
Jamaica as it is, 1903. London, 1903.
351 PULLEN-BURRY, BESSIE
Ethiopia in exile: Jamaica revisited. London, 1905.
352 RADCLIFFE, JOHN
Samuel-A national reformer. Kingston, 1853.
353 RADCLIFFE, JOIN
Sermon in aid of the funds for the relief of the Jews suffering in
Jerusalem. Kingston, 1854.
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354 RADCLIFFE, JOHN
Lord Palmerston's letter to the presbytery of Edinburgh examined.
355 RADCLIFFE, JOHN
The Falmouth Kirk. Jamaica, 1863.
356 RADCLIFFE, JOHN
Solvitur ambulando. A lecture delivered on behalf of the Reading
Society, Kingston, April 9th, 1870. London, 1870.
357 RADCLIFFE, JOHN
Pallae repertory. A lecture on behalf of the early closing move-
ment. Kingston, 1877.
358 RAMPINI, CHARLES
Letters from Jamaica. The land of streams and woods. Edin-
Same. Undated edition.
359 RATHBUN, MARY J.
Decapod crustacea of Jamaica. Kingston, 1897.
360 RAY, JOHN
Nature and causes of earthquakes. Also an historical account of
those two late remarkable ones in Jamaica and England. London, 1713.
361 RENNY, ROBERT
History of Jamaica, with observations on the climate, scenery,
trade, productions, negroes, slave trade, diseases of Europeans, customs,
manners and dispositions of the inhabitants. To which is added an illus-
tration of the advantages which are likely to result from the abolition of
the slave trade. London, 1807.
362 ROCK, GEORGE A.
Itinerary of the main roads in the island of Jamaica. Kingston,
363 RODGERS, JOHN H.
Lecture on "An archangel in ruins." Spanish Town, 1862.
364 ROUNDELL, CHARLES SAVILE
England and her subject races, with special reference to Jamaica.
365 RUSSELL, JOHN
Substance of speech in the House of Commons, on the Government
of Jamaica, on Tuesday 7th May, 1839. London, 1839.
366 SAMPSON, WILLIAM
Strange but true. Experiences. London, 1888.
367 SAMUEL, PETER
Wesleyan-Methodist missions in Jamaica and Honduras delineated,
containing a description of the principal stations. Together with a con-
servative account of the rise and progress of the work of God in each.
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368 SAWKINS, JAMES G.
Memoirs of the geological survey. Reports on the geology of Ja-
maica; or, Part II of the West Indian survey. London, 1869.
369 SCLATER, P. L.
Revised list of the birds of Jamaica. Kingston, 1910.
370 SCOTT, SIBBALD DAVID
To Jamaica and back. London, 1876.
371 SENIOR, BERNARD MARTIN
Jamaica as it was, as it is, and as it may be: Comprising interest-
ing topics for absent proprietors, merchants, etc., and valuable hints to
persons intending to emigrate to the island, also an authentic narrative
of the negro insurrection of 1831. London, 1835.
372 SEWALL, SAMUEL
Diary 1674-1729.-Massachusetts Historical Society Collections,
Ser. 5, vols. V-VII. Boston, 1878-82.
373 SHACKLEFORD, JOHN EDWARD (Register of Chancery in Jamaica)
Certificate, signed and sealed. Dated 16 March, 1787. MS. No.
374 SHORE, JOSEPH
In old St. James (Jamaica). A book of parish chronicles, compiled
by Joseph Shore and edited by John Stewart. Kingston, 1911.
375 SHOWER, JOHN
Practical reflections on the late earthquake in Jamaica, England,
Sicily, Malta, etc., Anno 1692. With a particular, historical account of
those, and divers other earthquakes. London, 1693.
376 SHOWER, JOHN
Practical reflections of the earthquakes that have happened in
Europe and America, but chiefly in the island of Jamaica, England, Sicily
and Malta. With a particular and historical account of them, and divers
other earthquakes. 2nd edition. London, 1750.
377 SINCLAIR, AUGUSTUS CONSTANTINE
Chronological history of Jamaica during the government of His Ex-
cellency Sir Henry Wylie Norman. By A. C. Sinclair and Laurence R.
Fyfe. Jamaica, 1889.
378 SLOANE, HANS
Catalogus plantarum quae in Insula Jamaica sponte proveniunt, vel
vulgo coluntur, cum earumdem synonymis et locis natalibus. London,
379 SLOANE, HANS
Exchequer receipt for quarterly payment on annuity due him "by
vertue of an Act of Parliament . for securing certain recompenses
and advantages . to such persons as shall voluntarily advance the sum
of fifteen hundred thousand pounds towards carrying on a vigorous war
against France." Signed by Sir Hans Cloane on 15 July, 1714. MS.
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380 SLOANE, HANS
Von den krantheiten welche er in Jamaica. Augsburg, 1784.
381 SMITH, JOHN CORSON
A winter in Jamaica and along the Spanish Main. Chicago, 1897.
382 STARK, JAMES H.
Jamaica guide containing a description of everything relating to
Jamaica of which the visitor or resident may desire information: includ-
ing its history, inhabitants, government, resources, and places of interest
to travellers. Boston, 1898.
Same. 2nd edition. Boston, 1902.
383 STERNE, HENRY
Statement of facts submitted to the Rt. Hon. Lord Glenelg, His
Majesty's principal secretary of State for the Colonies, preparatory to an
appeal . to the Commons of Great Britain seeking redress for griev-
ances of a most serious tendency, committed upon him under the admin-
istration of the Marquis of Sligo, the late Governor, and Sir Joshua Rowe,
the present Lord Chief Justice of the island of Jamaica, with an exposure
of the present system of Jamaica apprenticeship. London, 1837.
384 STEWART, C. THORNLEY
Pepperpot. A magazine depicting mainly the personal and lighter
side of Jamaica life. Kingston, 1915.
385 STEWART, J.
Account of Jamaica and its inhabitants. London, 1808.
386 STEWART, J.
View of the past and present state of the island of Jamaica; with
remarks on the normal and physical condition of the slaves and of the
abolition of slavery in the colonies. Edinburgh, 1823.
387 STUART, LADY AGNES
Letter concerning her son's marriage and Jamaica business. Dated,
Allanbank, 12 Nov. 1778. MS. No. 5015.
388 THEOBOLD, FRED V.
Mosquitoes or culicidae of Jamaica. Kingstop, 1905.
389 THOMAS, HERBERT T.
Untrodden Jamaica. Kingston, 1890.
390 THOMAs, HERBERT T.
Story of a West Indian policeman, or forty-seven years in the Ja-
maica constabulary. Kingston, 1927.
391 TRELAWNEY, EDWARD (Governor of Jamaica, 1738-52)
Extract of letter to the Board of Trade. Dated Spanishtown, 14
Extract of letter from the Board of Trade to Edward Trelawney,
Governor of Jamaica. Dated 15 June, 1748.
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Memorandum of Board of Trade on complaint from Governor of
Jamaica regarding trade between Hispaniola and Rhode Island. Dated
22 Nov. 1752.
"Motions for resolutions on the Jamaica address." Relative to
restoration of fortifications; white settlers; etc. Undated. (Accom-
panied last mentioned document.)-MSS. Nos. 5048-51.
392 TREW, J. M.
Hints briefly suggestive of Jamaica's future. London, 1866.
393 UNDERHILL, EDWARD BEAN
Letter addressed to Rt. Hon. E. Cardwell. With illustrative docu-
ments on the condition of Jamaica, and an explanatory statement. Lon-
394 UNDERHILL, EDWARD BEAN
Tragedy of Morant Bay. A narrative of the disturbances in the
island of Jamaica in 1865. London, 1895.
395 VENABLES, GEN. ROBERT
Narrative of General Venables; with an appendix of papers, re-
lating to the expedition to the West Indies and the conquest of Jamaica
1654-1655. Edited for the Royal Historical Society by C. H. Firth. Lon-
396 WASHBURN, B. E.
The health game. London, 1930.
397 WARD, C. J.
World's Fair. Jamaica at Chicago. An account descriptive of the
Colony of Jamaica, with historical and other appendices. New York,
398 WATERS, LEO A.
Cult of the cocoanut in Jamaica. Kingston.
399 WEBSTER, C. B.
Jamaica the land of Summer. Boston, 1903.
400 WHITELEY, HENRY
Three months in Jamaica in 1832: comprising a residence of seven
weeks on a sugar plantation. London, 1833.
401 WHITSON, AGNES MARY
Constitutional development of Jamaica-1660 to 1729. Manches-
402 WILLIAMS, B. T.
Case of George William Gordon, with preliminary observations on
the Jamaica riot of October 11th, 1865. London, 1866.
403 WILLIAMS, CYNRIC R.
Tour through the island of Jamaica from the western to the eastern
end, in the year 1823. London, 1826.
Same. 2nd edition. London, 1827.
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404 WILLIAMS, JAMES
Narrative of events since the first of August, 1834. By James Wil-
liams, an apprenticed labourer in Jamaica. London, 1837.
405 WILLIAMS, JAMES
Narrative of events since the 1st of August, 1834. Together with
the evidence taken under a commission appointed by the Colonial Office
to ascertain the truth of the narrative; and the report of the Commis-
sioners thereon: the whole exhibiting a correct picture of a Targe pro-
portion of West Indian society; and the atrocious cruelties perpetrated
under the apprenticeship system. London, 1838.
406 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Earthquake in Jamaica. New York, 1907.
407 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Jamaica earthquake. Woodstock, 1907.
408 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Midnight sick call. New York, 1921.
409 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Anancy stories-Jamaica folk-lore. New York, 1925. MS. No.
410 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Bush funerals. New York, 1925. MS. No. 6014.
411 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Maroooned. New York, 1925. MS. No. 6016.
412 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
The Marquis of Jamaica. Kingston, 1925. MS. No. 6019.
413 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Whisperings of the Caribbean. Reflections of a missionary. New
414 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Abbots of Jamaica. Woodstock, 1928. MS. No. 6018.
415 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Anansi stories collected in the schools throughout the island of Ja-
maica in 1930 and 1931. MSS. Nos. 1 to 4992.
416 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Whisperings of the Caribbean. Popular edition. New York, 1931.
417 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Whence the "Black Irish" of Jamaica. New York, 1932.
418 WRIGHT, CAPT. J.
Letter addressed to Messrs. Griffiths & Bruce, Kingston, relative to
prize money. Dated, H. M. S. Swift, Port Royal, Jamaica, 6 Nov. 1805.
MS. No. 5011.
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419 WRIGHT, R. G.
Wild life in Jamaica. Kingston, 1927.
Account of the Island of Jamaica embellished with an elegant view
of the town of Kingston and harbour of Port Royal. London, 1782.
Acts of assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from 1681 to
1737, inclusive. London, 1743.
Acts of assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from 1681 to
1754, inclusive. London, 1756.
Acts of assembly passed in the Island of Jamaica, from 1770 to
1783. Kingston, 1786.
Addresses and memorials to His Majesty from the House of As-
sembly at Jamaica. Voted in the years 1821 to 1826, inclusive. Lon-
Address of the Lieutenant Governor, Council and Assembly of Ja-
maica to His Most Excellent Majesty, Jan. 1759. London, 1759.
A missionary present about the negro children of Jamaica. London.
Ampel en breed verhall van de jongst-gewesene aardbevinge tot
Port-Royal, op den 17 Juny 1692. In twee brieven van den predikant
der zelver stad geschreven, van't boort het schip de Granada, in de haven
van Port-Royal leggende. Waar van d'eene gedateert is den 22 an
d'ander den 28 Juny, oude stijl. Rotterdam, 1692.
Annual report of the Education Department of Jamaica for the year
ending 31 Dec. 1928. Kingston, 1930.
Authentick papers concerning a late remarkable transaction. Lon-
Blue books on Jamaica. London, 1867.
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Book of the continuation of foreign passages. . Moreover an
attempt on the island of Jamaica, and taking of the town of St. Jago de
la Viga, beating the enemy from their forts and ordnance, being a body of
3,000 men, and so took possession of the island, May 10, 1655. With a
full description thereof. London, 1657.
Chronicle of the rebellion in Jamaica in the year of our Lord 1865.
Communications relative to slave insurrections and trials of mis-
sionaries in Jamaica. London, 1832.
Convention between the United Kingdom and France respecting
commercial relations between France and Jamaica. Signed at London,
August 8, 1902. London, 1903.
Copy of extracts of all correspondence between Mr. Eyre, Ex-Gov-
ernor of Jamaica, and the Colonial Office, since the date of his removal
from the governorship of Jamaica; . and treasury correspondence
relating to expenses incurred by Mr. Eyre in respect of proceedings in
courts of law. London, 1872.
Copy of extracts of correspondence between the Horse Guards and
General O'Connor on the conduct of military officers during the recent
deplorable occurrences in Jamaica. London, 1867.
Copy of the correspondence in relation to the removal of Mr. G.
W. Gordon from the magistracy in Jamaica, and the circumstances con-
nected with the Morant Bay Lock-up case. London, 1866.
Correspondence relating to a sermon preached in the Cathedral
church, Saint Jago de la Vega by the Rev. Mr. Chandler on the evening
before Good Friday, April 8th, 1852. Kingston, 1852.
Cromwell commended for acquiring Dunkirk and Jamaica.-Lon-
don Magazine, vol. IX, London, 1740.
Despatches between the Government and the colonies, relative to
the recent rebellion among the slaves in the West Indies. London, 1832.
Distress in Jamaica. Letter of the ministers of the Jamaica Bap-
tist Union to His Excellency Edward John Eyre, Governor of Jamaica,
in reference to the letter addressed by Dr. Underhill to the Rt. Hon. Mr.
Cardwell. Montego Bay, 1865.
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Documents relative to the insurrection in Jamaica. London.
Engraving (Coloured). Beautiful view of the remarkable cascade
on the White River in Jamaica, by Page, from a painting of Robinson.
Engraving. Bridge crossing Cabarita River, by Daniel Lepinier,
from a painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving. Bridge crossing the River Cobre near Spanish Town,
by Daniel Lepinier from a painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving. Representation of water spouts at St. Jago de la Vega
in Jamaica. London, 1783.
Engraving. Fort William Estate with part of Roaring River, by
Thomas Vivares from a painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving. River Cobre near Spanish Town, by Daniel Lepinier
from a painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving. Roaring River Estate, by Thomas Vivares from a
painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving (Coloured). Pacifications with the Maroon Negroes, by
Scott from a painting by Agostino Brunyas. London, 1801.
Engraving. Spring Head of Roaring River, by James Mason from
a painting by George Robinson. London, 1778.
Engraving (Coloured). Trelawny Town, the chief residence of the
Maroons, by Stover from a drawing by Dayes. London, 1800.
453 Engraving. View of the Roaring Cascade at Jamaica. London, 1800.
Engraving. White River Cascade in Jamaica. London, 1760.
Genuine account of earthquakes, especially that at Oxford in the
year 1683 and of another terrible one at Port Royal, in Jamaica, in 1692.
Gleaner geography and history of Jamaica. Kingston, 1922.
Same. Eighth edition. Kingston, 1931.
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Handbook of Jamaica, comprising historical and statistical infor-
mation. Compiled from official and other records. For the years 1881,
1885, 1890, 1900, 1905, 1908, 1918, 1930. 8 vols. Jamaica.
Indenture of lease between Charles Howles of England and William
Harvie, James Finlay, James Lewis, Robert Muschett and Alexander
M'Crea of Jamaica, relative to the Estate in St. Catherine, known as
"The Angells." Dated, 26 April, 1771. MS. No. 6007.
Jamaica 1913-1914. Guide issued by the Jamaica Tourist Associa-
tion, Kingston, 1913.
Jamaica Almanack and Register, calculated to the meridian of Port
Royal. For the years 1789, 1791, 1808, 1810, 1812, 1820, 1824, 1828, 1832,
1833, 1838. 11 vols. Jamaica.
Jamaica Committee. Proposed vote for Mr. Eyre's expenses. Lon-
Jamaica Despatch, Chronicle and Gazette. Kingston, Oct. 1, 1847.
Jamaica Gazette. Kingston, June 25, 1931.
Jamaica Gazette. Extraordinary. Kingston, June 27, 1931.
Jamaica Gazette, Supplement. Kingston, July 2, 1931.
Jamaica: Land of Springs. Boston.
Jamaica Post Office Guide. Kingston, 1929.
Same. Kingston, 1930.
Jamaica via the Great White Fleet. Boston.
Journals of the Assembly of Jamaica 1709-1731. Jamaica, 1731.
Laws of Jamaica, Abridgement. Being an alphabetical digest of all
the public Acts of Assembly now in force. St. Jago de la Vega, 1802.
Laws of Jamaica passed by the Assembly and confirmed by His
Majesty in Council, Feb. 23, 1683. To which is added, a short account
of the island and government thereof. With an exact map of the island.
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London, printed by H. Hills for Charles Harper at the Flower de Luce
over against St. Dunstan's church in Fleet-street, 1683.
This rare item (Sabin 35622) is not mentioned in the Term Cata-
logues, and it is commonly overlooked by bibliographers. Correspond-
ence, however, with the principal libraries, at home and abroad, has lo-
cated copies in the following eight libraries:-Congressional; Boston
Public; New York Public; John Carter Brown; Columbia Law; Har-
vard Law; Boston College; and Cambridge University, England.
The Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial Series, under date of 23
Feb., 1683, show that this 1683 volume of Laws received the Royal Con-
firmation "for the space of seven years," and thus became the original
Collection of Laws of Jamaica. All "confirmations" recorded on subse-
quent volumes must be regarded as extensions, or "continuations," as
they do not appear in the Acts of the Privy Council.
Laws of Jamaica: passed by the Assembly and confirmed by His
Majesty in Council, April 17th, 1684. To which is added the state of
Jamaica, as it is now under the Government of Sir Thomas Lynch, with
a large map of the island. London, Printed by H. H. Jun. for Charles
Harper, at the Flower-de-Luce over against St. Dunstan's church in Fleet
Continuation of the Laws of Jamaica passed by the Assembly and
confirmed by His Majesty in Council, December 26th, 1695. Being the
Second volume of the said Laws. London, 1695.
Laws of Jamaica passed in the year 1919. Jamaica, 1920.
Laws of Jamaica passed in the year 1920. Jamaica, 1921.
- Laws of Jamaica passed in the year 1921. Jamaica, 1922.
Laws of Jamaica passed in the year 1925. Jamaica, 1926.
Letter addressed by members of the Council of Trade to Lord
Sutherland, Secretary of State, concerning recruiting in the island of Ja-
maica. Signed Whitehall, 13, June, 1707, and bearing signatures of the
Earls of Stamford and Dartmouth, Sir Philip Meadows, etc. MS. No.
Letter addressed by members of the Council of Trade to Lord Suth-
erland, Secretary of State, concerning the decay in the woolen trade with
Jamaica. Signed Whitehall, 19 May, 1707, and bearing signatures of the
Earls of Stamford and Dartmouth, Henry Lord Herbert of Cherbury, Sir
Philip Meadows, etc. MS. No. 5006.
Copy of Memorial from the merchants concerned in the woolen
trade with Jamaica, addressed to the Council of Trade, and bearing date,
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Jamaica Coffee House, in London, 15 May, 1707. It accompanied the
last item. MS. No. 5007.
Lithograph. Kingston harbour and adjacent country from Charlot-
tenberg, by Paul Gauci from a sketch by Capt. I. S. Whitby. London,
Lithograph. Northern part of Port Royal harbour, Jamaica, by
Baily. London, 1816.
Lithograph. Panoramic view of Kingston harbour from the
Aposthe's Battery, by Paul Gauci from a sketch by Capt. I. S. Whitby.
Lithograph. Port Royal, Jamaica, by Rickards. London, 1806.
Lithograph. St. Andrew's mountains from near Up Park Camp, by
Paul Gauci from a sketch by Capt. I. S. Whitby. London, 1839.
Lithograph. View in the St. Andrew's mountains near Content Gap,
by Paul Gauci from a sketch by Capt. I. S. Whitby. London, 1839.
Lithograph. View of Mount Moses, by Paul Gauci from a sketch
by Capt. I. S. Whitby. London, 1839.
Lithograph. Waterfall near the Windward Road, by J. B. Pyne
from a sketch by Capt. I. S. Whitby. London, 1839.
Manuscript copy of Admiralty Survey of the harbours of Jamaica
taken in 1833.-Original drawing for R. H. Laurie, Chart-Seller to the
Admiralty, 53 Fleet Street, London. MS. No. 6011.
Manuscript copy of Admiralty Survey of the Island of Jamaica and
surrounding Kays taken in 1833.-Original drawing for R. H. Laurie,
Chart-Seller to the Admiralty, 53 Fleet Street, London. MS. No. 6010.
Map. Carte de l'isle de la Jamaica, par S. Bellin Ingen. de la
marine, 1758, schette de Lieues Marines de France.
Map. Correct map of Jamaica, engraved by B. Cole.
Map. Correct map of the Island of Jamaica. Engraved for the
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British West Indies by Bryan Edwards, Esq., 1794. London, 1794.
Map. Island of Jamaica divided into its parishes. Engraved by
J. Cary. London, 1782.
Map. Island of Jamaica. Divided into its principal parishes with
the roads, etc. By H. Moll.
Map. Jamaica. Drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin. Four sketches
in corners engraved by W. Lacey from sketches by H. Winkles. London.
Map. Jamaica. Drawn and engraved for John Thompson & Co.
Map. Jamaica. Drawn and engraved for Thompson's New Gen-
eral Atlas. Includes in detail the harbours of Kingston and Port Royal,
and the harbour of Bluefields.
4- Map (Coloured). Jamaica. Engraved by B. T. Welch & Co.
Drawn & published by F. Lucas, Jr. Baltimore.
Map (Coloured). Jamaica, engraved by W. Lacey. London, 1830.
Map. Jamaica from the latest surveys: improved and engraved
by Thomas Jefferys. London, 1794.
Map. Jamaica from the original surveys, engraved by Thomas
Jefferys. Includes in detail the harbours of Kingston and Port Royal,
and the harbour of Bluefields.
Map. New map of Jamaica. Divided into its parishes including
the south end of Cuba and the west end of Hispaniola with the trade
winds, etc. Drawn from the best surveys by Thomas Kitchin.
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Map. New and accurate map of the island of Jamaica. Divided
into its principal parishes. Drawn from surveys and regulated by astron.
observations, by Eman. Bowen, 1750. Includes in detail a draught of
Port Royal or Kingston Harbour and a draught of the harbours of Port
Antonio and St. Francis on the north east coast of Jamaica.
Map of the island of Jamaica.
Map. Piano de Puerto Real de Jamayca. Spanish MS. map in pen
and ink of the harbour of Port Royal, Jamaica. MS. No. 6003.
Map. Piano del Puerto Real en ia Isla de Jamayca. Spanish MS.
chart of Port Royal harbour, Jamaica, and the town of "Kuinisthen"
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Original letters to an honest sailor. London, 1746.
Papers relative to the affairs of Jamaica. Presented to both
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Parliamentary Debates of Jamaica commencing from the fourth ses-
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Political constitution of Jamaica, including the Judicial and Eccle-
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Report from the Assembly, Jamaica, on the injury sustained dur-
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Lescesne and J. Escoffery, two persons of colour from Jamaica. London,
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46 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
Report of the standing committee of the Chamber of Commerce,
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depression; and the remedial measures necessary to restore its pros-
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Rise, progress, and termination of the Maroon war illustrated by
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Some modern observations upon Jamaica: as to its natural history,
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Special and authentic details of the inhuman butcheries and ruth-
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White River Cascade in the Island of Jamaica. London, 1774.
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542 ANDRADE, MANUEL J.
Folk-lore from the Dominican Republic. New York, 1930.
543 AUBIN, EUGINE
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544 BALCH, EMILY GREENE
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545 BARSKEET, JAMES
History of the island of St. Domingo, from its discovery by Colum-
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546 BARSKEET, JAMES
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547 BELLIN, JACQUES NICOLAS
Description des d6bouquemens qui sont au nord de l'isle de Saint-
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548 BIRD, M. B.
The Black Man; or, Haytian independence. Deduced from his-
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549 BONNEAU, ALEXANDRE
Haiti. Ses progres-Son avenir. Paris, 1862.
550 BREARD, CHARLES
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551 BROWN, J.
History and present condition of St. Domingo. 2 vols. Philadel-
552 CHANDLER, JOHN
Brief notices of Hayti: with its condition, resources, and prospects.
553 CASTONNET DES FOSSES, H.
La revolution des Saint-Domingue. Paris, 1893.
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554 CHARLEVOIX, PIERRE-FRANCOIS-XAVIER DE
Histoire de l'isle espagnole ou de S. Domingue. 2 vols. Paris, 1730.
555 COURTNEY, W. S.
Gold fields of St. Domingo; with a description of the agricultural,
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546 COUSIN D'AVAL
Histoire de Tousant-Louverture, chef des noires insurges de Saint-
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557 DALMAS, M.
Histoire de la revolution de Saint-Domingue, depuis le commence-
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558 DARD, M.
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559 DAVIs, H. P.
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560 DELAFOSSE DE ROUVILLE
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561 DiSERT, ENOCH
Les reformes financieres de la R6publique d'Haiti. Paris, 1879.
562 DESMAULANTS, JEAN BATTISTE
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563 DORSAINVIL, J. C.
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564 DORSAINVIL, J. C.
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565 DUBROCA, Louis
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566 DUCOEURJOLY, S. J.
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567 EDWARDS, BRYAN
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568 EDWARDS, BRYAN
Historical survey of the island of Saint Domingo, together with an
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569 EDWARDS, BRYAN
Histoire de l'ile Saint-Domingue; extraite de l'histoire civil et
commercial des Antilles, de M. Bryan Edwards, et continue jusqu' aux
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570 EDWARDS, BRYAN
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571 FRANKLIN, JAMES
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572 G. -
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574 GILBERT, C. N. P.
Histoire m6dicale de l'arm6e Franqaise, A Saint-Domingue en l'an
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575 GREGOIRE, M.
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576 GUILLERMIN, GILBERT
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Considerations sur l'6tat present de la colonie franqaise de Saint-
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578 HANNA, S. W.
Notes of a visit to some parts of Haiti. London, 1836.
579 HARVEY, W. W.
Sketches of Hayti from the expulsion of the French to the death
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580 HAZARD, SAMUEL
Santo Domingo. Past and present with a glance at Hayti. Lon-
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581 HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS, ANTONIO DE
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582 HOPKINS, J. G.
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583 KEIM DE BENNEVILLE, RANDOLPH
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584 KIMBALL, RICHARD B.
In the tropics, by a settler in Santo Domingo. With an introduc-
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585 KING, E. M.
Secret history; or, the horrors of St. Domingo in a series of letters
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586 KNIGHT, MELVIN IMOsEs
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587 LEGER, J. N.
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588 LEGER, J. N.
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589 MACKENZIE, CHARLES
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590 NIADIOU, THOMAS
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591 i\MADIOU, THOMAS
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592 MARSHALL, HARRIET GIBBS
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593 METRAL, ANTOINE
Histoire de l'insurrection des esclaves dans le nord de Saint-
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594 MfTRAL, ANTOINE
Histoire de l'expedition des Francais a Saint-Domingue, sous le
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595 MILLET, J. B.
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Same. London, 1792.
596 MONTBRUN, HUGHES
L6ger coup-d'oeil sur Saint-Domingue. Rochefort, 1796.
597 MOREAU DE SAINT-MERY, L. E.
Loix et constitutions des colonies Francoises de l'Amerique sous le
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598 MOREAU DE SAINT-MERY, L. E.
Topographical and political description of the Spanish part of
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599 MORPEAU, MORAVIA
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S 600 MORPEAU, MORAVIA
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601 MOSSELL, C. W.
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602 NEMOURS, COL.
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603 NICOLSON, PERE
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604 NILES, BLAIR
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52 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
605 PARSONS, E. C.
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606 PRADINE, INSTANT
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607 PRADT, M. DE
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608 PRESTON, WILLIAM
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609 PRICE-MARS, DR.
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610 PRICE-MARS, DR.
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611 PRICE-MARS, DR.
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612 PRICHARD, HESKETH
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613 RAINSFORD, MARCUS
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614 REYNOLDS, P. K.
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615 ST. JOHN, SPENCER BUCKINGHAM
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616 ST. JOHN, SPENCER BUCKINGHAM
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617 ST. JOHN, SPENCER BUCKINGHAM
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618 SAINT-VENANT, BARRIO
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619 SALVANDY, N. A. DE
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620 SAVINE, ALBERT
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621 SCHOELCIER, VICTOR
Colonies 6trangeres et Haiti. R6sultats de l'6mancipation
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622 SCHOENRICH, OTTO
Santo Domingo; a country with a future. New York, 1918.
623 SEABROOK, WILLIAM BUCHLER
The magic island. New York, 1929.
624 SIMPSON, GEORGIANA R.
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625 SIMPSON, J. MONTAQUE
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626 STOCKDALE, PERCIVAL
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627 STODDARD, T. LOTHROP
The French revolution in San Domingo. Boston, 1914.
628 SYLVAIN, GEORGES
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629 TOUSSANT LOUVERTURE
Letter to citizen Pascal in Paris on conditions and prospects in
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630 VANDERCOOK, JOHN W.
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631 VAISSliRE, PIERRE DE
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632 VENAULT DE CHARMILLY, COL.
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633 VENAULT DE CHARMILLY, COL.
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634 VICTORIA, FELIZ
Relacion de la Feliz Vitoria que han fenido las armas de su
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635 WALTON, WILLIAM
Present state of the Spanish colonies; including a particular report
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636 WAXMAN, PERCY
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637 WELLES, SUMNER
Naboth's vineyard. The Dominican republic 1844-1924. 2 vols.
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638 WELLS, WILLIAM C.
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639 WRIGHT, J.
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Memoir of Pierre Toussaint born a slave in St. Domingo. By the
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Relacion verdadera: en qua se da quenta del horribile huracon que
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Rural code of Hayti, in French and English; with a prefatory let-
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The opportunity; or, reasons for an immediate alliance with St.
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648 ABBOT, ABIEL
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649 ALCAZAR, JOSE DE
Historia de Espafia en America (Isla de Cuba). Madrid, 1898.
650 BALLOU, MATURIN M.
History of Cuba; or, Notes of a traveller in the tropics. Being a
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651 BALLOU, MATURIN M.
Due south, or Cuba past and present. Boston, 1885.
Same. Fourth edition. Boston, 1888.
652 BECK, HENRY HOUGHTON
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653 CABRERA, RAIMUNDO
Cuba y sus Jueces. (Rectificaciones oportunas.) Habana, 1887.
654 CALLAHAN, JAMES MORTON
Cuba and international relations. A historical study of American
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655 CARLETON, GEORGE W.
Our artist in Cuba. . Leaves from the sketch-book of a traveller
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656 DANA, ARNOLD G.
Porto Rico's case. New Haven, 1928.
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657 DANA, RICHARD HENRY
To Cuba and back. A vacation voyage. Boston, 1859.
Same. Boston, 1881.
658 DIFFIE, BAILY W.
Porto Rico; a broken pledge. New York, 1931.
659 DINWIDDIE, WILLIAM
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660 FERNANDEZ Y GARCIA, EUGENIO
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661 FLINT, GROVER
Marching with Gomez. A war correspondent's field note-book kept
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662 FLINTER, COL.
An account of the present state of the island of Puerto Rico. Lon-
663 GALLENGA, ANTONIO
Pearl of the Antilles. London, 1873.
664 GOODMAN, WALTER
The pearl of the Antilles or an artist in Cuba. London, 1873.
665 HARRINGTON, MARK RAYMOND
Cuba before Columbus. 2 vols. New York, 1921.
666 HART, FRANCIS RUSSELL
Siege of Havana 1762. Boston, 1931.
667 HILL, ROBERT T.
Cuba and Porto Rico with the other islands of the West Indies.
Their topography, climate, flora, products, industries, cities, people, po-
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668 HOWE, MRS. J. W.
A trip to Cuba. Boston, 1860.
669 HUBER, B.
Aperqu statistique de l'ile de Cuba. Paris, 1826.
670 JENKS, LELAND HAMILTON
Our Cuban colony. A study in sugar. New York, 1928.
671 JOHNSON, WILLIS FLETCHER
History of Cuba. 5 vols. New York, 1920.
672 KENNAN, GEORGE
Campaigning in Cuba. New York, 1899.
673 MERLIN, LA CONTESSE
La Havane. 3 vols. Paris, 1844.
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674 MIXER, KNOWLTON
Porto Rico. History and conditions, social, economic and political.
New York, 1926.
675 PEPPER, CHARLES MELVILLE
To-morrow in Cuba. New York, 1899.
676 PORTER, ROBERT P.
Industrial Cuba. Being a study of present commercial and indus-
trial conditions, with suggestions as to the opportunities presented in the
island for American capital, enterprise and labour. New York, 1899.
677 REY, SANTIAGO C.
Facts, not words. Habana, 1930.
678 REYNOLDS, PHILIP KEEP
Story of Cuban sugar. Boston, 1924.
679 RIVER, ANGEL
Cronica de la guerra Hispano-Americana en Puerto Rico. Madrid,
680 ROBINsON, ALBERT G.
Cuba old and new. New York, 1915.
681 ROOSEVELT, THEODORE
Rough riders. London, 1899.
682 SANTACILIA, PEDRO
Lecciones orales sobre la historic de Cuba, pronunciadas en el
Ateneo Democratico Cubano de Nueva York. Nueva-Orleans, 1859.
A 683 SARGENT, HERBERT H.
Campaign of Santiago de Cuba. 3 vols. Chicago, 1907.
684 STEELE, JAMES W.
Cuban sketches. New York, 1881.
685 TURNBULL, DAVID
Cuba; with notices of Porto Rico and the slave trade. London,
686 VAN MIDDELDYK, RUDOLPH ADAMS
History of Puerto Rico, from the Spanish discovery to the American
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687 VALIENTE, PORFIRIO
Reformes dans les iles de Cuba et de Porto-Rico. Paris, 1869.
688 WRIGHT, IRENE A.
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Same. New York, 1912.
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689 WRIGHT, IRENE A.
Early history of Cuba. 1492-1586. New York, 1916.
Coleccion de reales ordenes y disposiciones de las autoridades
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Cuba and the Cuban railroad 1916-1917. Camaguey, 1916.
Cuba and the Cubans, comprising a history of the island of Cuba,
its present social, political and domestic condition; also its relations to
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Map. New chart of the seas surrounding the island of Cuba, with
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Message of the President of the United States communicated to the
two Houses of Congress, on the relations of the United States to Spain
by reason of warfare in the Island of Cuba. Washington, 1898.
Picturesque Cuba and our navy. Chicago, 1898.
Report of the committee on foreign relations, United States Senate,
relative to affairs in Cuba. Washington, 1898.
The Santiago campaign. Reminiscences of the operations for the
capture of Santiago de Cuba in the Spanish-American War, June and
July, 1898. Written by participants in the campaign and published by
the Society of Santiago de Cuba. Richmond, 1927.
699 ABERCROMBY, RALPH (Commander-in-chief of English forces in the
Warrant for disbursement of 6858 pounds, twelve shillings and
eleven pence, for incidental expenses incurred by Brig. Gen. Knox, Quar-
ter Master General. Dated Headquarters, Martinique, 21 July, 1796.
MS. No. 5022.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
700 AUBE, CONTRE-AMIRAL
La Martinique. Son present et son avenir. Paris, 1882.
701 BATES, LINDON
Path of the Conquisitados. Trinidad and Venezuelan Guiana. Bos-
702 BIRGE, WILLIAM S.
In old Roseau. Reminiscences of life as I found it in the island
of Dominica, and among the Carib Indians. New York, 1900.
703 BORDE, PIERRE GUSTAVE LOUIs
Histoire de l'ile de la Trinidad sous le gouvernement Espagnol.
2 vols. Paris, 1876-82.
704 BOUINAIS, A.
Guadaloupe. Physique, politique, 6conomique avec une notice his-
torique. Paris, 1881.
705 BRETON, RAYMOND
Grammaire Caraibe. Paris, 1877.
706 BRETON, RAYMOND
Dictionaire Caraibe-Franqais. Leipzig, 1892.
707 BRETON, RAYMOND
Dictionaire Franqais-Caraibe. Leipzig, 1900.
708 BURNLEY, WILLIAM HARDIN
Observations on the present condition of the island of Trinidad and
the actual state of the experiment of negro emancipation. London, 1842.
709 BUTT, RICHARD GATHORNE
Narrative of recent facts, which have occurred in the Island of
Dominica. Privately printed. 1816.
710 COLLENS, J. H.
Guide to Trinidad. A handbook for the use of tourists and visitors.
711 DA COSTA'S
Barbados illustrated. Commercial, historical and topographical.
712 DAVY, JOHN
West Indies, before and since slave emancipation, comprising the
windward and leeward islands' military command; founded on notes and
observations collected during a three years' residence. London, 1854.
713 DUPONTES, P. CHEMIN
Les Petites Antilles. Etudes sur leur evolution 6conomique. Preface
de M. M. Dubois. Paris, 1909.
60 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
714 FRERE, H.
Short history of Barbadoes, from its first discovery and settlement
to the end of the year 1767. London, 1768.
715 GARAUD, Louis
Trois ans A la Martinique. Paris, 1895.
716 HALLIDAY, ANDREW
The West Indies: the natural and physical history of the Windward
and Leeward Colonies; with some account of the moral, social, and po-
litical condition of their inhabitants, immediately before and after the
abolition of slavery. London, 1837.
717 HALLOWELL, LIEUT.
Plan of the action on the morning of the 25 Jan. 1782, between the
British and French fleets near the town of Basseterre in the island of
St. Christopher. Original pen drawing. MS. No. 6008.
718 HALLOWELL, LIEUT.
Photostatic copy of last item. MS. No. 6009.
719 HARLOW, VINCENT TODD
History of Barbados 1625-1685. Oxford, 1926.
720 HEARN, LAFCADIO
Two years in the French West Indies. New York, 1923.
721 HILLARY, WILLIAM
Observations on the changes of the air and the concomitant epi-
demical diseases in the Island of Barbadoes. London, 1766.
722 HUGHES, GRIFFITH
Natural history of Barbados. London, 1750.
723 HUMBERTON, FRANCIS MACKENZIE (Baron Seaforth, Gov. of Bar-
Certificates of rates of exchange. Dated, Barbados, March 10th,
June 16th, Aug. 28th & Oct. 27th, 1802. MSS. Nos. 5029-32.
724 KENNAN, GEORGE
Tragedy of Pel6e. A Narrative of personal experience and obser-
vation in Martinique. New York, 1902.
725 KNOX, JOHN P.
Historical account of St. Thomas, W. I., with its rise and progress
. and incidental notices of St. Croix and St. John's. New York, 1852.
726 LALOURCE, J. CH.
Causes des J6suites.-Commerce du P. de la Valette a la Marti-
nique. 11 parts in 1 vol. Paris, 1760-61.
727 LAVOLLPE, P.
Notes sur les cultures et la population de la Martinique et de la
Guadaloupe. Paris, 1841.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
728 LIGON, RICHARD
Histoire de l'isle des Barbados; enrichie de la carte de l'isle et de
la figure des arbres, et des plants les plus considerable qui y croissent.
Traduit de l'Anglois, sur la copie imprim6e a Londres . en 1657.
729 LIGON, RICHARD
True and exact history of the island of Barbados. London, 1673.
730 LOVELL, LANGFORD
Letter to a friend relative to the present state of the Island of
Dominica. Winchester, 1818.
731 LUFFMAN, JOHN
Brief account of the Island of Antigua. London, 1789.
732 MAcLESON, F. I. G. (Brig. Gen.)
Warrant of payment to N. R. Garner for stationery. Dated, Bar-
bados, 27 June, 1805. MS. No. 5028.
733 MARRYAT, JOSEPH
Substance of a speech delivered in the House of Commons on
Thursday, July 25th, 1822, upon Mr. Hume's motion for appointing a
committee of enquiry to report on the state of the island of Trinidad.
734 MASKELYNE, NEVIL
Astronomical observations made at the island of Barbados; at
Willoughby Fort; and at the Observatory on Constitution Hill, both
adjoining to Bridge Town. London, 1765.
735 MATHEW, EDWARD
Return of a detachment of His Majesty's 75th Regt. under the
command of Lieut. Fortye. Dated, Barbados, 13 June, 1782, and checked
by Major Damer, 10 Aug. 1782. MS. No. 5017.
736 MESTAIS, M.
Memoire pour Louis Gratian Duhaudin. (Sur la Martinique.)
737 MUNRO, WILLIAM W. (Major Gen.)
Approved voucher for payment for work done on St. Joseph's Bar-
racks. Dated, Trinidad, 26 May, 1814. MS. No. 5023.
738 MUNRO, WILLIAM W.
Return of money paid working parties of the 1st West India Regt.
employed at Fort George in preparing a site on which to erect barracks.
Dated, Trinidad, 24 Oct. 1812. MS. No. 5026.
739 MUNRO, WILLIAM W.
Warrant for allowance of "Papage money" to Geo. Mitchell. Dated,
Trinidad, 15 Jan. 1813. MS. No. 5025.
62 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
740 MUNRO, WILLIAM W.
Warrant for payment to George Davis for repairing barracks at
Orange Grove and Fort George and making sentry boxes. Dated, Trini-
dad, 24 Oct. 1812. MS. No. 5027.
741 MUNRO, WILLIAM W.
Warrant for paying to John H. Jacobs for "Flat hire and cartage."
Dated Office of Accounts, Trinidad, 24 June, 1812. MS. No. 5024.
742 OBER, FREDERICK ALBION
Camp in the Caribbees: the adventures of a naturalist in the Lesser
Antilles. Edinburgh, 1880.
Same. Boston, 1880.
Same. Boston, 1899.
Same. Boston, 1907.
743 OLIVER, VERE LANGFORD
Monumental inscriptions of the churches and churchyards of the
island of Barbados, British West Indies. London, 1915.
744 ORDERSON, J. W.
Creoleana: or, Social and domestic scenes and incidents in Bar-
bados in days of yore. London, 1842.
745 PATON, WILLIAM AGNEW
Down the islands. A voyage to the Caribbees. New York, 1887.
Same. London, 1888.
746 PHILLIPS, THOMAS
Journal of a voyage made in the Hannibal of London, Ann. 1693,
1694 . to Barbadoes. London, 1746.
747 PICTON, THOMAS
Letter addressed to the Rt. Hon. Lord Hobart, His Majesty's late
principal Secretary of State for the Colonial Department, by Colonel
Thomas Picton, late Governor and Captain General of the Island of
Trinidad. London, 1804.
748 POYER, JOHN
History of Barbados, from the first discovery of the island in the
year 1605 till the accession of Lord Seaforth, 1801. London, 1808.
749 PUTMAN, J. J.
Gemeenzame zamenspraken behoorende by de: proeve eener Hol-
landsche spraakkunst, ten gebruike der algemeene armenschool, in de
gemeente van H. Rosa, op Curaqao. tweede stukje door J. J. Putman.
750 SATINEAU, IMAURICE
Histoire de la Guadaloupe sous l'ancien regime (1635-1789). Paris,
751 SCHOELCHER, VICTOR
La verit6 aux ouvriers et cultivateurs de la Martinique. Paris, 1849.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
752 SCHOMBURGK, ROBERT HERMANN
History of Barbados; comprising a geographical and statistical
description of the island; a sketch of the historical events since the set-
tlement; and an account of its geology and natural productions. Lon-
753 STARK, JAMES HENRY
History and guide to Barbados and the Caribbee Islands. Bos-
754 VAUGHAN, JOHN (Comm.-in-chief of Leeward and Caribbee Islands)
Receipt for forage money for self and one Aide-de-Camp. Dated,
Barbados, 2 Nov. 1780. MS. No. 5019.
755 VAUGHAN, JOHN
4 Warrants for payment of 87th Regt. of Foot. Dated, Barbados, 25
July, 1780. MSS. Nos. 5020 & 5021.
756 WESTERGAARD, WALDEMAR CHRISTIAN
Danish West Indies under company rule. (1671-1754.) With a
supplementary chapter, 1755-1917. New York, 1917.
757 WILLIAMSON, JAMES A.
Caribbee Islands under the proprietary patents. Oxford, 1926.
758 WILLYAMS, COOPER
Account of the campaign in the West Indies in the year 1794, under
the command of their Excellencies Lieutenant General Sir Charles Grey,
K.B., and Vice Admiral Sir John Jervis, K.B., commanders in chief in the
West Indies; with the reduction of the islands of Martinique, St. Lucia,
Guadaloupe, Marigalante, Desiada, etc., and the events that followed
these unparalleled successes, and caused the loss of Guadaloupe. Lon-
S 759 ZABRISKIE, LUTHER KIMBALL
Virgin Islands of the United States of America. Historical and
descriptive, commercial and industrial facts, figures, and resources. New
Account of the fatal hurricane by which Barbados suffered in
August, 1831. By the editor of the "West Indian." Bridge-town, 1831.
Count of disbursements for ye sloope Adventure at Barbados, De-
cember ye 18, 1704. Per Mee Thomas Andrews. MS. No. 5018.
Almanach de la Guadaloupe et d6pendances pour l'ann6e bissextile
1824. Basse-terre, 1824.
64 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
Clearance papers for the Le Reflechi of Bordeaux, to sail to Cap
St. Dominique of Martinique. Dated, Bordeaux, 13 May, 1777. MS.
Desultory sketches and tales of Barbados. London, 1840.
Journal of a lady of quality; being the narrative of a journey from
Scotland to the West Indies, etc., in the years 1774 to 1776. Edited by
Evangeline Walker Andrews in collaboration with Charles McLean An-
drews. New Haven, 1922.
Rules of the Saint Lucia Catholic Friendly Society. Saint Lucia,
767 A DE F
Mexican liberalism. New York, 1914.
768 ABBOTT, JOHN STEVENS CABOT
Hernando Cortez. New York, 1901.
769 ANDERSON, ROBERT
An artillery officer in the Mexican War. 1846-7. Letters of Robert
Anderson, Captain 3rd Artillery, U. S. A. With a prefatory word by his
daughter, Eva Anderson Lawton. New York, 1911.
770 ARNOLD, CHANNING
American Egypt. A record of travel in Yucatan. New York, 1909.
771 BAERLINE, HENRY
Mexico, the land of unrest. Being chiefly an account of what pro-
duced the outbreak in 1910, together with the story of the revolution
down to this day. London, 1913.
772 BALLOU, MATURIN M.
Aztec land. Boston, 1890.
773 BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE
History of Mexico. 6 vols. San Francisco, 1886-8.
774 BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE
North Mexican States and Texas. 3 vols. San Francisco, 1886-9.
775 BANNING, GEORGE HUGH
In Mexican waters. Boston, 1925.
776 BARRON, CLARENCE W.
The Mexican problem. With introduction by Talcott Williams.
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777 BEEBE, C. WILLIAM
Two bird-lovers in Mexico. Boston, 1905.
778 BELL, EDWARD I.
Political shame of Mexico. New York, 1914.
779 BISHOP, FARNHAM
Our first war in Mexico. New York, 1916.
780 BORJA, SILVESTRE VICENTE
Sermon politico moral, predicado en 14 de Octubre del ano de 1821.
En la Santa Inglesia Parroquial de la villa de Parras, en celebridad de
haberse concluido felizmente la independencia de la Nueva Espafia.
781 BRADEN, CHARLES SAMUEL
Religious aspects of the conquest of Mexico. Durham, N. C., 1930.
782 BRASSEUR DE BOURBOURG, CHARLES ETIENNE
Histoire des nations civilisdes du Mexique et de 1'Amnrique-Cen-
trale, durant les siecles anterieurs A Christophe Colomb. 4 vols. Paris,
783 BRAVO, NICOLAS
Delitos del Sefior Bravo, 6 noticia circumstanciada de la aprehen-
sion de 6ste y de los demas traidores. Mexico, 1828.
784 BREREWOOD, EDWARD
Languages and religions through the chief parts of the world. Lon-
785 BUTLER, JOHN W.
Sketches of Mexico in prehistoric, primitive, colonial and modern
times. New York, 1894.
786 BUTLER, WILLIAM
Mexico in transition from the power of political Romanism to civil
and religious liberty. New York, 1892.
787 BULNES, FRANCISCO
The whole truth about Mexico. President Wilson's responsibility.
Authorized translation by Dora Scott. New York, 1916.
788 CALDERON DE LA BARCA, FRANCES ERSKINE
Life in Mexico during a residence of two years in that country.
Same. 2 vols. Boston, 1843.
789 CAMPBELL, REAU
New revised complete guide and descriptive book of Mexico.
Same. Chicago, 1904.
790 CARPENTER, FRANK GEORGE
Mexico. New York, 1924.
66 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
791 CARSON, WILLIAM ENGLISH
Mexico, the wonderland of the south. New York, 1914.
792 CHARNAY, DESIRE
Ancient cities of the New world, being voyages and explorations in
M\exico and Central America from 1657-1882. Translated by J. Gonino
and Helen S. Conant. New York, 1887.
793 CHEVALIER, MICHEL
Le Mexique ancien et moderne. Paris, 1863.
794 CLAVIGERO, FRANCESCO SAVERIO
Storia antica del Messico. 4 vols. Cesens, 1780.
795 CLAVIGERO, FRANCESCO SAVERIO
History of Mexico. Translated by Charles Cullen. 2 vols. Lon-
796 COLE, M. R.
Los pastores. A Mexican play of the Nativity. Translation, in-
troduction and notes by M. R. Cole. With illustrations and music. Bos-
797 CONNER, P. S. P.
Castle of San Juan de Ulloa and the topsy-turvyists. Philadelphia,
798 CORTEZ, HERNANDO
His five letters of relation to the Emperor Charles V, translated and
edited, with a biographical introduction and notes compiled from original
sources, by Francis Augustus MacNutt. 2 vols. Cleveland, 1908.
799 CORTEZ, HERNANDO
Five letters 1519-1526, translated by J. Bayard Morris. New York,
800 CORTI, EGON CAESAR
Maximillian and Charlotte of Mexico. Translated by Catherine
Alison Phillips. 2 vols. New York, 1928.
801 CRAWFORD, CORA HAYWARD
The land of Montezumas. Troy, 1889.
802 CUNNINGIIAME, GRAHAM, ROBERT BONTINE
Bernal Diaz del Castillo. Being some account of him, taken from
his true history of the conquest of New Spain. New York, 1915.
803 CURTAIN, JEREMIAH
Creation myths of primitive America in relation to the religious
history and mental development of mankind. London, 1899.
804 DE Roo, P.
History of America before Columbus. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1900.
805 DIAZ DEL CASTILLO, BERNAL
Historia verdedera de la conquisita de la Nueva Espafia. Madrid,
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
806 DIAZ DEL CASTILLO, BERNAL
True history of the conquest of Mexico. Translated by Maurice
Keatinge. 2 vols. London, 1803.
Same. 2 vols. New York, 1927.
Same. 2 vols. London, 1928.
807 DIAZ DEL CASTILLO, BERNAL
Discovery and conquest of Mexico 1517-1521. Edited from the
only exact copy of the original MS. By Genaro Garcia. Translated by
A. P. Maudsley. London, 1928.
Same. New York, 1928.
808 DILLON, EMILE JOSEPH
Mexico on the verge. New York, 1921.
809 DOBLADO, MANUEL
Vindicacion del ciudadano Manuel Doblado, Gobernador del Estado
de Guanajuato. Mexico, 1857.
810 EVANS, ALBERT S.
Our sister republic: a gala trip through tropical Mexico in 1869-70.
811 EVANS, MRS. ROSALIE
Letters from Mexico. Indianapolis, 1926.
812 FERRY, GABRIEL
Scenes de la vie Mexicaine. Paris, 1856.
813 FLANDRAU, CHARLES MACOMB
Viva Mexico! New York, 1909.
814 FORNARO, CARLO DE
Carranza and Mexico. New York, 1915.
815 GAGE, THOMAS
The English-American his travail by sea and land; or, a new sur-
vey of the West Indies, containing a journal of three thousand and three
hundred miles within the main land of America. London, 1648.
816 GAGE, THOMAS
Nouvelle relation, contenant les voyages de Thomas Gage. 2 vols.
817 GAGE, THOMAS
Thomas Gage, the Englishman. New survey of the West Indies
1648. London, 1928.
Same. New York, 1929.
818 GALINDO, Y VILLA, JESUS
Ciudad de M6xico. Breve guia illustrada. Mexico, 1906.
819 GODOY, JOSE F.
Porfirio Diaz, President of Mexico, the master builder of a great
commonwealth. New York, 1910.
68 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
820 GREGORY, THOMAS B.
Our Mexican conflicts. Including a brief history of Mexico from
the sixth century to the present time. New York, 1914.
821 HAGUE, ELEANOR
Spanish-American folk-songs as sung and played by Mrs. Francisca
de la Guerra Dibblee, Miss Carlota Manuela Corella, etc. Collected by
Eleanor Hague. Lancaster, Pa., 1917.
822 HALL, BASIL
Extracts from a journal written on the coasts of Chili, Peru and
Mexico, in the years 1820, 1821, 1822. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1824.
823 HENDERSON, GEORGE F.
History of the Mexican railway. Mexico, 1876.
824 HERRERA, Y TORDESILLAS, ANTONIO DE
Eerste scheeps-togt ter verdere ontdekkinge van de West-Indien,
door Jean Dias de Solis en Vincent Jamez Pinzon gadaan naar Jukatan;
in't jaar 1506. Leyden, 1706.
825 HORN, GEORGE
De originibus Americanis. Hague Comites, 1652.
826 HORNADAY, WILLIAM T.
Camp-fires on desert and lava. New York, 1909.
827 HOWLAND, EDWARD
Annals of North America, being a concise account of the important
events in . and Mexico. Hartford, 1877.
828 HUMBOLDT, ALEXANDER DE
Political essay on the kingdom of New Spain. Translated by John
Black. 2 vols. London, 1811.
829 INMAN, SAMUEL GUY
Intervention in Mexico. New York, 1919.
830 JAY, WILLIAM
Review of the causes and consequences of the Mexican War. Bos-
831 KASTNER, ADOLPH
Analyse de traditions religieuses des peuples indigenes de
l'Ambrique. Louvain, 1845.
832 KING, EDWARD (Viscount Kingsborough)
Mexican antiquities. London, 1929.
833 LAET, JOANNIS DE
Responsio ad dissertationem secundam Hugonis Grotii, de origin
gentium Americanarum. Amsterdam, 1644.
834 LAURIE, ANDRe
Captain Trafalgar. A story of the Mexican Gulf. Rendered into
English and edited by William Westall. London, 1887.
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835 LUMHOLTZ, KARL SOFUS
Unknown Mexico; a record of five years' exploration among the
tribes of the western Sierra Madre; in the tierra caliente of Tepic and
Jalisco; and among the Tarascos of Michoachan. 2 vols. New York,
836 LUMMIS, CHARLES FLETCIER
Awakening of a nation. Mexico of to-day. New York, 1898.
837 LYON, CAPT. G. F.
Residence and tour in the Republic of Mexico, 1826. With an ac-
count of the mines of that country. 2 vols. London, 1828.
838 MANNING, WILLIAM R.
Early diplomatic relations between the United States and Mexico.
839 MARTINEZ ALOMIA, GUSTAVO
Historiadores de Yucatan. Campeche, 1906.
840 MARTINEZ DEL Rio, J. PABLO
Noticias sobre la historic natural y el cultivo del algodsnal.
841 MASON, GREGORY
Silver cities of Yucatan. New York, 1927.
842 MCCULLAGH, FRANCIS
Red Mexico. A reign of terror in America. New York, 1928.
843 MCCULLAGH, FRANCIS
Mexican gang and Mexican headquarters. Union City, 1928.
844 MECHAM, JOHN LLOYD
Fracisco de Ibarra and Nueva Vizcaya. Durham, N. C., 1927.
845 NILES, JOHN MILTON
View of South America and Mexico. New York, 1826.
846 NOLL, ARTHUR HOWARD
Short history of Mexico. Chicago, 1903.
847 NOLL, ARTHUR HOWARD
Life and times of Miguel Hidalgo y Costillo. By Arthur Howard
Noll and A. Philip McMahon. Chicago, 1910.
848 OBER, FREDERICK A.
Travels in Mexico and life among the Mexicans. Boston, 1885.
849 O'SHAUGHNESSY, MRS. EDITH LOUISE
A diplomat's wife in Mexico. New York, 1916.
850 O'SHAUGINESSY, MRS. EDITH LOUISE
Diplomatic days. New York, 1917.
70 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
851 O'SHAUGHNESSY, MRS. EDITH LOUISE
Intimate pages of Mexican history. New York, 1920.
852 PENA Y REYES, ANTONIO DE LA
Algunos documents sobre el tratado de Guadalupe y la situation
de Mexico durante la invasion Americana. Mexico, 1930.
853 PRESCOTT, WILLIAM HICKLING
History of the conquest of Mexico. With a preliminary view of the
ancient Mexican civilization and the life of the conqueror, Hernando
Cortes. 3 vols. London, 1843.
Same. 3 vols. New York, 1847.
Same. 3 vols. New York, 1852.
Same. 2 vols. New York, n. d.
854 PRESCOTT, WILLIAM HICKLING
History of Mexico. Edited by John Foster Kirk. 2 vols. Phila-
Same. 2 vols. Philadelphia. 1902.
855 PRESCOTT, WILLIAM HICKLING
Conquest of Mexico. 2 vols. London, 1911.
856 PRIESTLEY, HERBERT INGRAM
Jos6 de Gilvez, Visitor-general of New Spain (1765-1771). Berke-
857 RAMIREZ, SANTIAGO
Estudio biogrAphico del Sefior Don Miguel VelAzquez de Le6n.
858 REVILLE, A.
Les religions du Mexique, de l'Amerique Centrale et du Perou.
859 RIPPY, JAMES FRED
United States and Mexico. New York, 1926.
860 RIVES, GEORGE LOCKHART
United States and Mexico 1821-1848. A history of the relations
between the two countries from the independence of Mexico to the close
of the war with the United States. 2 vols. New York, 1913.
861 ROBERTSON, WILLIAM PARISH
Visit to Mexico, by the West India Islands, Yucatan and United
States. With observations and adventures on the way. 2 vols. Lon-
862 RoBINSON, FAY
Mexico and her military chieftains, from the revolution of Hidalgo
to the present time. Comprising sketches of the lives of Hidalgo, More-
los, Iturbide, Santa Anna, Gomez Farias, Bustamente, Paredes, Almonte,
Arista, Alaman, Ampudia, Herrera, and de la Vega. Philadelphia, 1847.
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC. 71
863 ROBINSON, HENRY MORTON
Stout Cortez. A biography of the Spanish Conquest. New York,
864 ROMERO, MATIAS
Mexico and the United States. A study of subjects affecting their
political, commercial, and social relations, made with a view to their pro-
motion. New York, 1898.
865 SEDGWICK, HENRY DWIGHT
Cort6s the Conqueror. The exploits of the earliest and greatest
of the gentlemen adventurers in the New world. Indianapolis, 1926.
866 SHORT, JOHN T.
North Americans and antiquity. Their origin, migrations, and type
of civilization considered. New York, 1880.
867 SIMON, MRS.
The ten tribes of Israel historically identified with the aborigines
of the Western Hemisphere. (Ten tribes of Israel and Mexican an-
tiquities.) London, 1836.
868 SOLIS Y RIVADENEYRA, ANTONIO DE
Historia de la conquista de M6jico. Madrid, 1825.
Same. Paris, 1884.
869 SOLIS Y RIVADENEYRA, ANTONIO DE
History of the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards. Translated
by Thomas Townshend. London, 1724.
870 SPENCE, LEWIS
Myths of Mexico and Peru. New York, 1913.
871 SPENCE, LEWIS
4 Atlantis in America. London, 1925.
872 SPENCE, LEWIS
Gods of Mexico. New York, 1923.
873 SPENCE, LEWIS
Problem of Atlantis. New York, 1925.
874 SPENCE, LEWIS
Magic and mysteries of Mexico, or, the arcane secrets and occult
lore of the ancient Mexicans and Maya. London.
875 SPENCER, HERBERT
Descriptive sociology; or, groups of sociological facts, classified
and arranged by Herbert Spencer. Ancient Mexicans, Central Americans,
Chibchas, and Ancient Peruvians. Compiled and abstracted by Richard
Scheppig. London, 1874.
876 STEPHENS, JOHN LLOYD
Incidents of travel in Yucatan. 2 vols. London, 1843.
72 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
877 THOMPSON, WADDY
Recollections of Mexico. New York, 1846.
878 THURSTON, HERBERT
Tale of Mexican horrors. London.
879 THURSTON, HERBERT
Another Mexican Myth. London.
880 TURLINGTON, EDGAR WILLIS
Mexico and her foreign creditors. New York, 1930.
881 WARD, HENRY G.
Mexico in 1827. 2 vols. London, 1828.
882 WELLS, DAVID ALMES
Study of Mexico. New York, 1887.
883 WILSON, HENRY LANE
Diplomatic episodes in Mexico, Belgium and Chile. New York,
Same. London, 1927.
884 WILSON, ROBERT ANDERSON
New history of the conquest of Mexico. In which Las Casas' de-
nunciations of the popular historians of the war are fully vindicated.
885 WINTER, NEVIN OTTO
Mexico and her people of to-day. An account of the customs,
characteristics, amusements, history and advancement of the Mexicans,
and the development and resources of their country. London, 1913.
886 WORSLEY, ISRAEL
View of the American Indians showing them to be the descendants
of the Ten Tribes of Israel. London, 1828.
Mexico. A brief record of the economic conditions of the Republic
lying to the south of the United States in their relation to the outside
world. New York, 1916.
View of South-America and Mexico. By a citizen of the United
States. New York, 1825.
889 ABBOT, WILLIS J.
Panama and the canal in picture and prose. London, 1913.
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890 BAILY, JOHN
Central America; describing each of the states of Guatamala, Hon-
duras, Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica; their natural features,
products, population, and remarkable capacity for colonization. Lon-
891 BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE
History of Central America. 3 vols. San Francisco, 1883-7.
892 BOLINGBROOK, HENRY
Voyage to the Demerary containing a statistical account of the set-
tlements there and those on the Essequebo, the Berbice, and other con-
tiguous rivers. London, 1809.
893 BROWN, LILLIAN MABEL ALICIA
Unknown tribes, uncharted seas. London, 1924.
Same. New York, 1925.
894 BULLARD, ARTHUR
Panama. The canal, the country and the people. By Albert Ed-
wards (pseud.). New York, 1912.
895 BUNAU-VARILLA, PHILIPPE
Panama. The creation, destruction, and resurrection. New York,
896 BURY, HERBERT
A bishop amongst bananas. London, 1911.
897 CORNISH, VAUGHAN
Panama canal and its makers. Boston, 1909.
898 CROOKALL, L.
British Guiana, or work and wanderings among the creoles and
coolies, the Africans and Indians of the wild country. London, 1898.
899 CROWTHER, SAMUEL
Romance and rise of the American tropics. New York, 1929.
900 DAVIS, RICHARD HARDING
Three gringos in Venezuela and Central America. New York, 1903.
901 DEPONS, F.
Voyage to the eastern part of Terra Firma on the Spanish Main.
Translated by an American gentleman (Washington Irving). 3 vols.
New York, 1806.
902 DOUBLEDAY, CHARLES WILLIAM
Reminiscences of the "Filibuster" war in Nicaragua. New York,
903 FANCOURT, CHARLES ST. JOHN
History of Yucatan from its discovery to the close of the seven-
teenth century. London, 1854.
74 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
904 FERNANDEZ GUARDIA, RICARDO
Cuentos ticos. Short stories of Costa Rica. Translated by Gray
Casement. Cleveland, 1905.
905 FOOTE, MRS. HENRY GRANT
Recollections of Central America and the West Coast of Africa. By
Mrs. Foote, widow of the late Henry Grant Foote, Esq., H. B. M. Consul
at Lagos. London, 1869.
906 FORBES-LINDSAY, CHARLES HARCOURT AINSLIE
Panama and the canal to-day. Boston, 1926.
907 FRANK, HARRY ALVERSON
Zone policeman 88. A close range study of the Panama canal and
its workers. New York, 1913.
908 GANN, THOMAS
Mystery cities. Exploration and adventure in Lubaantun. Lon-
909 GARCIA DE PALACIO, DIEGO
Carta dirijida al rey de Espafia. Ano 1576. Being a description
of the ancient provinces of Guatamala. . Edited by E. G. Squier. New
910 GAUSE, FRANK A.
Story of Panama, the new route to India. Boston, 1912.
911 GISBORNE, LIONEL
Isthmus of Darien in 1852. Journal of inquiry for the junction of
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. London, 1853.
912 GORGAS, MARIE D.
William Crawford Gorgas. His life and work. New York, 1924.
913 HAEBLER, KONRAD
Die religion des mittleren Amerika. Mlinster, 1899.
914 HARRISON, EARLE
Panama canal. New York, 1913.
915 HART, FRANCIS RUSSELL
Disaster of Darien. The story of the Scots settlement and the
cause of its failure. 1699-1701. Boston, 1929.
916 HART, FRANCIS RUSSELL
Spanish documents relating to the Scots settlement of Darien.
917 HASKIN, FREDERICK J.
Panama Canal. New York, 1913.
918 HERRERA Y TORDESILLAS, ANTONIO DE
Uytvoerige reys-togten door Pedrarias Davila, met vyftien schepen
van zyn Katholyke Majesteit voor opper-bevelhebber afgezonden naar
de vaste kult van Darien; in't Jaar 1514. Leyden, 1706.
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919 JORDAN, WILLIAM FREDERICK
Central American Indians and the Bible. New York, 1926.
920 JOYCE, THOMAS A.
Central American and West Indian archaeology. Being an intro-
duction to the archaeology of the States of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Pan-
ama and the West Indies. London, 1916.
921 JUAN, GEORGE
Voyage historique de l'Amerique Meridionale fait par ordre du roi
d'Espagne. Par Don George Juan & Don Antoine de Ulloa. Amster-
922 JUARROs, DOMINGO
Statistical and commercial history of the kingdom of Guatamala,
in Spanish America. Translated by J. Baily. London, 1823.
923 MALCOLM, DAVID
Essay on the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland; wherein they
are placed in a clearer light than hitherto. Designed as an introduction
to a larger work, especially an attempt to show an affinity betwixt the
languages, etc., of the ancient Britains and the Americans of the Isthmus
of Darien. Edinburgh, 1738.
924 MAY, STELLA BURKE
Men, maidens and mantillas. London, 1924.
925 MORELET, ARTHUR
Travels in Central America, including accounts of some regions
unexplored since the conquest. Translated by Mrs. M. F. Squier. New
926 NELSON, WOLFRED
Five years at Panama. New York, 1888.
927 NELSON, WOLFRED
Five years in Panama; the trans-isthmian canal. New York, 1889.
928 PfREZ, RAFAEL
La Compafiia de Jesus en Colombia y Centro-Am6rica despues de su
restauraci6n. 3 vols. Valladolid, 1896-98.
929 PIm, BEDFORD CLAPPERTON TREVELYAN
Dottings on the roadside, in Panama, Nicaragua and Mosquito. By
Bedford Pim and Berthold Seemann. London, 1869.
930 PORTAS, BERNARDO
Compendio de la historic de Nicaragua. Managua. 1918.
931 RECLUSE, ARMAND
Panama et Darien. Voyages d'exploration (1876-1878). Paris, 1881.
Same. 2d Edition. Paris, 1888.
932 RENAUDIERE, M. DE LA
Mexique et Guatamala. Paris, 1886.
76 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
933 RICHARDS, H. ERLE
Panama canal controversy. A lecture delivered before the Univer-
sity of Oxford on October 25, 1913. Oxford, 1913.
934 ROBERTS, IORLEY
On the earthquake line: minor adventures in Central America.
935 ROCHE, JAMES JEFFREY
Story of the filibusters. London, 1891.
936 ROCHE, JAMES JEFFREY
By-ways of war: the story of the filibusters. Boston, 1901.
937 SALISBURY, STEPHEN
Dr. Le Plongeon in Yucatan. His account of discoveries. Worces-
938 SANTA MARIA, LUIs Y
New Granada and the United States of America. Final diplomatic
controversy relating to the occurrences that took place at Panama on the
15th April, 1856. Liverpool, 1857.
939 SHELDON, HENRY I.
Notes on the Nicaragua canal. Chicago, 1897.
940 SILVELA, FRANCISCO
Limites entire la Colombia et le Costa-Rica. Expos6 present a son
excellence M. le President de la Republique Franqaise en quality
d'arbitre. Madrid, 1898.
941 SQUIER, EPHRAIM GEORGE
Notes on Central America, particularly the States of Honduras and
San Salvador. New York, 1855.
942 SQUIER, EPHRAIM GEORGE
Honduras; descriptive, historical and statistical. . London,
943 STEPHENS, JOHN LLOYD
Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas and Yucatan. 2 vols.
944 STEPHENS, JOHN LLOYD
Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan. By
the late John Lloyd Stephens. Revised from the latest American edition
by Frederick Catherwood. London, 1854.
945 THOMPSON, WALLACE
Rainbow countries of Central America. New York, 1927.
946 TOMES, ROBERT
Panama in 1855. An account of the Panama railroad, of the cities
of Panama and Aspinwall, with sketches of life and character of the
isthmus. New York, 1855.
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947 VELASQUEZ, PEDRO
Memoir of an eventful expedition in Central America; resulting in
the discovery of the idolatrous city of Iximaya. New York, 1850.
948 VERRILL, ALPHEUS HYATT
Panama of today. New York, 1927.
949 WADDELL, HOPE MASTERTON
Twenty-nine years in the West Indies and Central Africa: a review
of missionary work and adventure. 1829-1858. London, 1863.
950 WAFER, LIONEL
New voyage and description of the Isthmus of America, giving an ac-
count of the author's abode there. London, 1699.
951 WAFER, LIONEL
New voyage and description of the Isthmus of America by Lionel
Wafer. Reprinted from the original edition of 1699. Edited by George
Parker Winship. Cleveland, 1903.
952 WALEFFE, MAURICE DE
The fair land of Central America. Translated by Violette M. Mon-
tagu. Preface by A. Conan Doyle. London, 1911.
953 WALKER, JAMES WILSON GRIMES
Ocean to ocean. An account personal and historical of Nicaragua
and its people. Chicago, 1902.
954 WALLACE, WESLEY H.
Sister Theresa-the Blond Haired Nun. New York, 1932.
955 WALLBRIDGE, EDWIN ANGEL
, The Demerara Martyr. Memoirs of the Rev. John Smith, mis-
sionary to Demerara. London, 1848.
956 WATSON, IALCOLM
Rural sanitation in the tropics. Being notes and observations in
the Malay archipelago, Panama and other lands. London, 1915.
957 WELLS, WILLIAM VINCENT
Explorations and adventures in Honduras, comprising sketches of
travel in the gold regions of Olancho, and a review of the history and
general resources of Central America. New York, 1857.
958 WILLARD, THEODORE ARTHUR
The city of the sacred well. New York, 1926.
Same. London, 1926.
959 YOUNG, THOMAS
Narrative of a residence on the Mosquito Shore. London, 1847.
78 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
Clayton and Bulwer convention of the 19th April, 1850, between
the British and American Governments, concerning Central America.
Correspondence with the United States respecting Central America.
Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
1856. London, 1856.
London Missionary Society's report of the proceedings against the
late Rev. J. Smith of Demerara, minister of the gospel, who was tried
under court martial law and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding
and assisting in a rebellion of the negro slaves. London, 1824.
Selected articles on Panama canal tolls. Compiled by Edith M.
Phelps. Minneapolis, 1913.
964 ANVERS, CALEB D'
The craftsman extraordinary. Being remarks on a late pamphlet,
entitled, Observations on the conduct of Great Britain, etc. London, 1729.
965 ALSEDO Y HERRERA, DIONISIO DE
Piraterias y agresiones de los Ingleses y d ostros pueblos de Europa
en la America Espafiola desde el siglo xvi al xviii, deducidas de las obras
de D. Dionisio de Alsedo y Herrera; publicalas D. Justo Zaragoza.
966 ALLEN, GARDNER W.
Our navy and the West Indian pirates. Salem, 1929.
967 ARCHENHOLZ, JOHANN WILHELM VON
Histoire des filibustiers, traduite de l'Allemand. Paris, 1804.
968 ARCHENHOLZ, JOHANN WILHELM VON
History of the pirates, free-booters, or buccaneers of America.
Translated from the German by George Mason. London, 1807.
969 BARBOUR, VIOLET
Privateers and pirates of the West Indies.-American Historical
Review, vol. XVI, 1911.
970 BRADLEE, FRANCIS BOARDMAN CROWNINSHIELD
Piracy in the West Indies and its suppression. Salem, 1923.
971 BURNEY, JAMES
History of the buccaneers of America. London, 1902.
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972 CHAPIN, HOWARD Ml.
Bermuda privateers, 1625-1703. Hamilton, 1925.
973 CHAPIN, HOWARD M.
Bermuda privateers, 1739-1748. Hamilton, 1923.
974 CHATTERTON, EDWARD KEBLE
Romance of piracy. The story of the adventures, fights, and deeds
of daring of pirates, filibusters, and buccaneers from the earliest times
to the present day. London, 1914.
975 CHATTERTON, EDWARD KEBLE
Darings deeds of famous pirates; true stories of the stirring ad-
ventures, bravery and resource of pirates, filibusters and buccaneers.
976 CHATTERTON, EDWARD KEBLE
Romance of the sea rovers, an account of the stirring adventures
of sea rovers from the times of the Phoenicians, Egyptians, and Vikings,
through the Elizabethan and all other eras of maritime roving down
to the present day. London, 1924.
977 CHATTERTON, EDWARD KEBLE
Brotherhood of the sea. London, 1927.
978 CHATTERTON, EDWARD KEBLE
On the high seas. Philadelphia, 1929.
979 CooK, JAMES
First, second, third and last voyages. London, 1781.
980 COOPER-PRICHARD, A. H.
The Buccaneers. A brief history. London, 1927.
981 DAMPIER, WILLIAM
New voyage round the world. Describing particularly the isthmus
of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, the isles of
Cape Verde, the passage of Terra del Fuego, etc. 2 vols. London, 1699.
982 DAMPIER, WILLIAM
Voyage to New Holland, etc., in the year 1699. London, 1703.
983 DAMPIER, WILLIAM
Voyages, consisting of New voyage round the world: A supplement
to the voyage around the world; Two voyages to Campeachy, etc. 2 vols.
984 DAVIDSON, NORMAN JAMES
Romance of the Spanish Main. A record of the daring deeds of
some of the most famous adventurers, buccaneers, filibusters and pirates
in the western seas. Philadelphia, 1916.
985 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
Histoire des adventuriers filibustiers, qui se sont signalez dans les
Indes, contenant ce qu'ils ont fait de remarquable depuis vingt annees.
80 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
Avec la vie, les moeurs & les cofitumes des boucaniers & des habitants
de S. Domingue & de la TortuE; etc. Nouvelle edition, augment6e des
expeditions que les filibustiers ont faites jusqu' A present, etc. Par A. O.
Oexmelin. 2 vols. Paris, 1699.
986 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
Piratas de la America, y suz de las costas de Indias Occidentales,
en que se tratan las cosas notables de los viages, description de las islas
Espanolas, Tortuga, Jamayca, etc. Traducito del flamenco en espanol,
por el doctor de Buena-Maison. Madrid, 1793.
987 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
The buccaneers and marooners of America. Being an account of
the famous adventurers and daring deeds of certain notorious freebooters
of the Spanish Main; Edited by Howard Pyle. London, 1891.
988 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
The buccaneers of America; a true account of the most remarkable
assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West Indies by
the buccaneers of Jamaica and Tortuga. . By John Esquemeling, one
of the buccaneers. London, 1893.
989 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
The buccaneers and marooners of America. Edited by Howard Pyle.
Popular edition. London, 1897.
990 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
Buccaneers of America. A true account of the most remarkable
assaults committed of late years upon the coasts of the West Indies by
the buccaneers of Jamaica and Tortuga. (Both English and French.)
By John Esquemeling, one of the buccaneers. Now faithfully rendered
into English. With facsimiles of all the original engravings, etc. Lon-
991 ESQUEMELIN, ALEXANDER OLIVIER
Les adventuriers et les boucaniers d'Amerique par Alexandre
Oexmelin, chirurgien des adventuriers de 1666 a 1672. Edition enrichie
de documents, de gravures anciennes et de cartes geographiques, et
publiee par Bertrand Guegan. Paris, 1930.
992 FORDYCE, W. DINGWALL
In search of gold. London, 1924.
993. FOSTER, HARRY LA TOURETTE
Combing the Caribbees. New York, 1929.
994 FRASER, C. LOVAT
Pirates. New York, 1922.
995 FRENCH, JOSEPH LEWIS
Great pirate stories. New York, 1922.
996 FRENCH, JOSEPH LEWIS
Great pirate stories. Second series. New York, 1925.
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997 GARSTIN, CROSBIE
Samuel Kelly. An eighteenth century seaman whose days have been
few and evil, to which is added remarks, etc., on the places he visited
during his pilgrimage in this wilderness. New York, 1925.
998 GossE, PHILIP
Pirates' who's who, giving particulars of the lives and deaths of
the pirates and buccaneers. London, 1924.
999 GossE, PHILIP
My pirate library. London, 1926.
1000 GossE, PHILIP
Hawkins: scourge of Spain. New York, 1930.
1001 GossE, PHILIP
Sir John Hawkins. London, 1930.
1002 GRINGO, HARRY
Captain Brand of the "Centipede." A pirate of eminence in the
West Indies: his loves and exploits. New York, 1864.
1003 HAKLUYT, RICHARD
Voyages of Hawkins, Frobisher and Drake. Select narratives from
the "Principal navigations" of Hakluyt. Edited by Edward John Payne.
1004 HARING, C. H.
Buccaneers of the West Indies in the XVII century. London, 1910.
1005 HART, FRANCIS RUSSELL
Admirals of the Caribbean. Boston, 1923.
1006 HAWKINS, RICHARD
Observations of Sir Richard Hawkins, in his voyage into the south
S sea in the year 1593. . Edited by C. R. Drinkwater Bethune. Lon-
1007 HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL
Yarn of a Yankee privateer. Introduction by Clifford Smyth.
New York, 1926.
1008 HENDERSON, DANIEL
Pirate princes and Yankee Jacks. Setting forth David Forsyth's
adventures in America's battles on sea and desert with the buccaneer
princes of Barbary. London, 1923.
1009 HURD, ARCHIBALD SPICER
Reign of the pirates. New York, 1925.
1010 JAMESON, JOHN FRANKLIN
Privateering and piracy in the colonial period: illustrative docu-
ments. New York, 1923.
1011 JESSE, F. TENNYSON
Moonraker, or, the female pirate and her friends. New York, 1927.
82 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1012 JINKINS, CAPT.
Spanish insolence corrected by British bravery; being an his-
torical account of the many signal naval achievements obtained by the
English over the Spaniards from 1350 to the present time. London, 1739.
1013 JOHNSON, CHARLES
Lives and exploits of English highwaymen, pirates and robbers;
drawn from the most authentic sources, by Capt. Charles Johnson. Re-
vised and continued to the present time by C. Whitehead. London, 1842.
1014 JOHNSTONE, MRS. CHRISTIAN ISOBEL
Lives and voyages of Drake, Cavendish and Dampier; including
an introductory view of the earlier discoveries in the south sea and the
history of the bucaniers. New York, 1832.
1015 KIPPIS, ANDREW
Captain Cook's voyages, with an account of his life, during the
previous and intervening periods. New York, 1924.
1016 KITSON, ARTHUR
Captain James Cook, "The Circumnavigator." New York, 1907.
1017 LINDSAY, PHILIP
Morgan in Jamaica. London, 1930.
1018 LOCKHART, JOHN GILBERT
Mysteries of the sea, a book of strange tales. New York, 1926.
1019 LOCKHART, JOHN GILBERT
Strange adventures of the sea. A book of murders, maroonings,
treasure-hunts, piracies, mutinies and tales of horror on the high seas.
New York, 1926.
1020 MASEFIELD, JOHN
On the Spanish Main, or, some English forays on the isthmus of
Darien. With a description of the buccaneers and a short account of
old-time ships and sailors. New York, 1925.
1021 McFEE, WILLIAM
Sir Martin Frobisher. London, 1928.
1022 NEWTON, ARTHUR PERCIVAL
Last phase of the Elizabethan struggle with Spain. New Haven,
1923 PAINE, RALPH DELAHAYE
Lost ships and lonely seas. New York, 1921.
1024 PAINE, RALPH DELAHAYE
Book of buried treasure, being a true history of the gold, jewels,
and plate of pirates, galleons, etc., which are sought to this day. New
Same. New York, 1926.
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1025 PARKS, GEORGE BRUNER
Richard Hakluyt and the English Voyages. Edited with an intro-
duction by James A. Williamson. New York, 1928.
1026 POTT, JOHN FREDERICK
Observations on matters of prize and the practice of the Admiralty
Prize Courts, in defence of the rights and interests of his Majesty's navy.
2 vols. in 1. London, 1810.
1027 PURVES, D. LAING
Voyage round the world with Sir Francis Drake and William Dam-
pier. Edinburgh, 1884.
1028 RALEGH, WALTER
The English voyages of the sixteenth century. Glasgow, 1906.
S 1029 RAVENAU DE LUSSAN
Journal du voyage fait A la mer de sud avec les filibustiers de
l'Amerique en 1684 et annees suivantes. Paris, 1690.
1030 RAVENAU DE LUSSAN
Journal du voyage fait A la mer de sud avec les filibustiers de
l'Amerique. Paris, 1705.
1031 RAVENAU DE LUSSAN
Buccaneer of the Spanish Main and early French filibuster of
the Pacific. A translation into English of his journal of a voyage into
the south seas in 1684 and the following years with the filibusters. Trans-
lated by Marguerite Eyer Wilbur. Cleveland, 1930.
1032 ROGERS, STANLEY REGINALD HARRY
The Atlantic. New York, 1930.
1033 SAVILLE, HENRIE
A libell of Spanish lies: found at the sacke of Cales, discoursing
A the fight in the West Indies, twixt the English navie being fourteene
ships and pinasses, and a fleete of twentie saile of the King of Spaines
and of the death of Sir Francis Drake. With an answer briefly con-
futing the Spanish lies, and a short relation of the fight according to
truth, written by Henrie Savile Esquire, employed Captaine in one of her
Majesties shippes, in the same service against the Spaniard. . Lon-
don, 1596. Reprint by John Payne Collier.
1034 SEITZ, DON C.
Under the black flag. New York, 1925.
1035 STERNBECK, ALFRED
Filibusters and buccaneers. Translated by Elizabeth Hill and
Doris Mudie. London, 1930.
1036 STUART, ALEXANDER
Report of the trial of Peter Heaman and Francois Gautiez or
Gautier, for the crimes of piracy and murder, before the High Court of
Admiralty, held at Edinburgh on the 26th and 27th of November, 1821.
84 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1037 TIIIRY, MIAURICE
Captain Cook, navigator and discoverer. New York, 1930.
1038 VERRILL, ALPHEUS HYATT
Real story of the pirates. New York, 1923.
1039 VERRILL, ALPHEUS HYATT
In the wake of the buccaneers. New York, 1923.
1040 WAGNER, HENRY RAUP
Sir Francis Drake's voyage around the world. Its aim and achieve-
ments. San Francisco, 1926.
1041 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH JOHN
Buccaneers. New York, 1925. MS. No. 6013.
An exact narrative of the Tryals of the Pyrates. And all the pro-
ceedings at the late gaol-delivery of the Admiralty, held in the Old Bayly,
on Thursday & Saturday, the 7th and 9th of Jan. 1674-5, where eight
persons were condemned to dye. . And many other circumstances
there, very remarkable: the like court having not been held for many
years before. London, 1675.
History, adventures and daring robberies committed on the high
seas by the following notorious pirates: Capt. Howel Davis, Capt. Bart.
Roberts, etc . .York, 1814.
Lives and exploits of pirates and buccaneers. Philadelphia, 1857.
Lives and voyages of Drake, Cavendish and Dampier; including
. the history of the buccaneers. New York, 1832.
Pirates own book, or authentic narratives of the lives, exploits,
and executions of the most celebrated sea robbers. Salem, 1924.
Trial of Charles Christopher Delano, and others, the crew of the
brig William, of Liverpool, for piracy, . containing a full and correct
account of the whole evidence. Malta, 1820.
1048 A. I. B.
Notice sur l'ile Saint-Lucie, moyens d'abolir l'esclavage, sans
indemnity et sans interruption de travail. Paris, 1841.
1049 A MES, HILLARY SUFFERN
History of slavery in Cuba, 1511-1868. New York, 1907.
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1050 ALLARD, PAUL
Esclaves, serfs, et mainmortables. Bruxelles, 1894.
1051 BANDINEL, JAMES
Some account of the trade in slaves from Africa as connected with
Europe and America. London, 1842.
1052 BARCLAY, ALEXANDER
Practical view of the present state of slavery in the West Indies,
or an examination of Mr. Stephen's "Slavery in the British West India
Colonies": containing more particularly an account of the actual condi-
tion of the negroes of Jamaica. . Also strictures on the Edinburgh
Review and on the pamphlets of Mr. Cooper and Mr. Bicknell. London,
SSame. 3rd edition. London, 1828.
1053 BARCLAY, DAVID
Account of the emancipation of the slaves of Unity Valley Pen,
in Jamaica. London, 1811.
1054 BECKFORD, WILLIAM
Remarks upon the situation of negroes in Jamaica, impartially
made from a local experience of nearly thirteen years in that island. By
W. Beckford, jnr., formerly of Somerly in Suffolk, and late of Hertford
in Jamaica. London, 1788.
1055 BENEZET, ANTHONY
Caution to Great Britain and her colonies, in a short representa-
tion of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British do-
minions. Philadelphia, 1784.
1056 BICKNELL, R.
A. West Indies as they are; or a real picture of slavery; but more
particularly as it exists in the island of Jamaica. London, 1825.
1057 BLEBY, HENRY
Death struggles of slavery: being a narrative of facts and inci-
dents, which occurred in a British colony (Jamaica), during the two years
immediately preceding negro emancipation. London, 1853.
1058 BRIDGES, GEORGE WILSON
A voice from Jamaica; in reply to William Wilberforce. Lon-
1059 BURNS, REV. DR.
Speech delivered at the anti-slavery meeting held at Paisley, on
the 1st November, 1830. Paisley, 1830.
1060 BUXTON, J.
Discours prononc6 dans la chambre des communes d'Angleterre A
l'appui de la motion: pour l'adoucissement, et l'extinction graduelle de
l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises. Paris, 1824.
86 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1061 BUXTON, THOMAS FOWELL
African slave trade. London, 1839.
1062 BUXTON, THOMAS FOWELL
African slave trade. Second edition. London, 1839.
1063 BUXTON, THOMAS FOWELL
African slave trade and its remedy. London, 1840.
1064 BUXTON, THOMAS FOWELL
Abridgement of work on the African slave trade and its remedy.
1065 CAMERON, N. E.
Evolution of the Negro. Volume I, which deals with the civiliza-
tion of the African before and during the time of their involuntary voy-
age to the Americas. Georgetown, Demerara, 1929.
1066 CANNING, GEORGE
Speech . in the House of Commons on the 16th day of March,
1824. On laying before the House the "Papers in explanation of the
measures adopted by his Majesty's Government, for the amelioration of
the condition of the slave population in his Majesty's dominions in the
West Indies." London, 1824.
1067 CHILD, L. MARIA
The right way the safe way, proved by emancipation in the Brit-
ish West Indies, and elsewhere. New York, 1860.
1068 CLARKSON, THOMAS
Essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species particu-
larly the African. London, 1786.
1069 CLARKSON, THOMAS
Essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade. London, 1788.
1070 CLARKSON, THOMAS
Essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade. To which is
added an oration upon the necessity of establishing at Paris a Society to
promote the abolition of the trade and slavery of the negroes, by J. P.
Brissot de Waterville. Philadelphia, 1789.
1071 CLARKSON, THOMAS
Essay on the comparative efficiency of regulation or abolition, as
applied to the slave trade. Showing that the latter only can remove the
evils to be found in that commerce. London, 1789.
1072 CLARKSON, THOMAS
History of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition
of the African slave trade by the British Parliament. 2 vols. London,
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1073 CLARKSON, THOMAS
Thoughts on the necessity of improving the condition of the slaves
in the British colonies with a view to their ultimate emancipation; and
on the practicability, the safety, and the advantage of the latter meas-
ure. London, 1823.
1074 CLARKSON, THOMAS
History of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition
of the African slave trade by the British Parliament. New edition, with
prefatory remarks on the subsequent abolition of slavery. London, 1839.
1075 COCHIN, AUGUSTIN
R6sultats de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies de l'Angle-
terre et de la France. 2 vols. Paris, 1861.
1076 COOPER, THOMAS
Facts illustrative of the condition of the negro slaves in Jamaica;
with notes and an appendix. London, 1824.
1077 COOPER, THOMAS
Correspondence between George Hibbert, Esq., and the Rev. T.
Cooper, relative to the condition of the negro slaves in Jamaica, ex-
tracted from the Morning Chronicle; also a libel on the character of Mr.
and Mrs. Cooper, published in 1823, in several of the Jamaica Journals;
with notes and remarks. By Thomas Cooper. London, 1824.
1078 COPLEY, ESTHER
History of slavery and its abolition. London, 1839.
1079 CROPPER, JAMES
Letters addressed to William Wilberforce, M.P., recommending
the encouragement of the cultivation of sugar in the East Indies, as the
natural and certain means of effecting the general and total abolition of
the slave-trade. Liverpool, 1822.
1080 CRUMMELL, ALEXANDER
Eulogium on the life and character of Thomas Clarkson. Lon-
1081 CUGOANO, OTTOBAH
Thoughts and sentiments on the evil and wicked traffic of the
slavery and commerce of the human species, humbly submitted to the
inhabitants of Great Britain. London, 1787.
1082 DENMAN, CAPT.
The slave trade, the African squadron and Mr. Hutt's committee.
1083 DICKSON, WILLIAM
Letters on slavery. To which are added addresses to the Whites
and to the free Negroes of Barbadoes; and accounts of some Negroes
eminent for their virtues and abilities. London, 1789.
88 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1084 DICKSON, WILLIAM
Mitigation of slavery, in two parts. Part I: Letters and papers
of the late Hon. Joshua Steele. . Part II: Letters to Thomas Clark-
son. London, 1814.
1085 DUPERRE, BARON
Precis de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises
5 vols. Paris, 1840-43.
1086 EDWARDS, BRYAN
The dying negro. A poem. By Thomas Day (pseud.). London,
1087 EDWARDS, BRYAN
Speech delivered at a free conference between the Honourable the
Council and Assembly of Jamaica, held on the 19th Nov., 1789, on the
subject of Mr. Wilberforce's propositions in the House of Commons con-
cerning the slave trade. Kingston, 1790.
1088 EMERSON, RALPH WALDO
Address delivered . on the anniversary of the emancipation of
the negroes in the British West Indies. Boston, 1844.
1089 EPINAY, ADRIEN D'
Souvenirs. 1794-1839. (Abolition de l'esclavage.) Fontain-
1090 FALCONBRIDGE, ALEXANDER
Account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa. London, 1788.
1091 FAVARD, M.
De l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies Franqaises. Paris.
1092 FLINTER, JORGE D.
ExAmen del estado actual de los esclavos de la isla de Puerto Rico,
bajo el gobierno Espanol. New York, 1832.
1093 FOURIER, CHARLES
De I'abolition de l'esclavage. Par M. Ch. Dain. Suivi d'un article
de M. Fourier. Paris, 1836.
1094 FRANCKLYN, G.
Answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson's essay on the slavery and com-
merce of the human species, particularly the African; in a series of let-
ters, from a gentleman in Jamaica, to his friend in London: wherein
many of the mistakes and misrepresentations of Mr. Clarkson are pointed
out, both with regard to the manner in which that commerce is carried
on in Africa, and the treatment of the slaves in the West Indies. Show-
ing at the same time the antiquity, universality, and lawfulness of
slavery, as ever having been one of the states and condition of mankind.
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1095 FULLER, STEPHEN
New Act of Assembly of the Island of Jamaica, entitled An Act to
repeal an Act entitled An Act to repeal several Acts . .respecting
slaves . ; and also . for consolidating and bringing into one Act
the several Laws relating to slaves . ; commonly called the new Con-
solidated Act . passed 1788, being the present Code Noir of that
Island. London, 1789.
1096 FULLER, STEPHEN
Two reports from the committee of the Honourable House of As-
sembly of Jamaica, appointed to examine into, and report to the House,
the allegations and charges contained in the several petitions which have
been presented to the British House of Commons, on the subject of the
slave trade, and the treatment of the negroes, etc. London, 1789.
1097 FULLER, STEPHEN
Proceedings of the Honourable House of Assembly of Jamaica, on
the sugar and slave-trade, in a session which began the 23rd of October,
1792. London, 1793.
1098 GEORGII III REGIS
An Act restricting slave trade in the West Indies and America.
23 May, 1806.
1099 GLADSTONE, JOHN
Facts relating to slavery in the West Indies and America con-
tained in a letter addressed to the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel. London.
Same. Second edition. London, 1830.
1100 GOULTY, JOHN NELSON
Discourse on colonial slavery. London, 1826.
1101 GREENHALGH, THOMAS
Kennee-Voo; or, the sacking of Allaroonah. An incident of the
SAfrican slave trade. London, 1856.
1102 GREGOIRE, H.
De la litt6rature des negres. Paris, 1808.
1103 GURNEY, JOSEPH JOHN
Familiar letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky, describing a winter
in the West Indies. New York, 1840.
Same. Second edition. London, 1840.
1104 GURNEY, JOSEPH JOHN
A winter in the West Indies described in familiar letters to Henry
Clay of Kentucky. Third edition. London, 1841.
1105 GURNEY, JOSEPH JOHN
Un hiver aux Antilles en 1839-40, ou lettres sur les r6sultats de
l'abolition de l'esclavage, dans les colonies Anglaises des indes-Occiden-
tales, addressees A Henry Clay, du Kentucky, par Joseph-John Gurney,
et traduites de l'Anglais sur le troisieme edition par J. J. Pacaud. Paris,
90 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1106 HARRIS, RAYMUND
Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave-trade, shewing
its conformity with the principles of natural and revealed religion, de-
lineated in the sacred writings of the Word of God. Liverpool, 1788.
1107 HELPS, ARTHUR
Conquerors of the New world and their bondsmen; being a narra-
tive of the principal events which led up to negro slavery in the West
Indies and America. 2 vols. London, 1848-52.
1108 HELPS, ARTHUR
Spanish conquest in America and its relation to the history of
slavery and to the government of colonies. 4 vols. London, 1855-61.
1109 HELPS, ARTHUR
Spanish conquest in America and its relation to the history of
Slavery and to the government of colonies. Edited by M. Oppenheim.
4 vols. London, 1900-04.
1110 HEARD, ROBERT
Slavery in the West Indies. London, 1830.
1111 HILDRETH, R.
The "Ruin" of Jamaica. New York.
1112 HODGKIN, THOMAS
Letter to Richard Cobden on free trade and slave trade. Lon-
1113 HODGSON, ADAM
Letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Say on the comparative expense of
free and slave labour. Liverpool, 1823.
1114 HORTON, R. WILMOT
First letter to the freeholders of the County of York on negro
slavery: being an inquiry into the claims of the West Indians for
equitable compensation. London, 1830.
1115 IVIMEY, JOSEPH
Utter extinction of slavery an object of scripture prophecy. Lon-
1116 JOLLIVET, M.
L'6mancipation Anglaise jugee par ses r6sultats. Paris, 1842.
1117 JOLLIVET, M.
Des petitions demandant I'6mancipation immediate des noirs dans
les colonies Francaises. Paris, 1847.
1118 KAHN, MORTON CHARLES
Djuka. The bush negroes of Dutch Guiana. New York, 1931.
1119 KLINGBERG, FRANK J.
Anti-slavery movement in England. A study in English humani-
tarianism. New Haven, 1926.
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1120 LEONARD, PETER
Records of a voyage to the western coast of Africa in His
Majesty's ship Dryad, and the service on that station for the suppression
of the slave trade, in the years 1830, 1831 and 1832. Edinburgh, 1833.
1121 LETOURNEAU, CH.
L'6volution de l'esclavage dans les diverse races humaines. Paris,
1122 LUNAN, JOHN
Abstract of the Laws of Jamaica relating to slaves (from 33
Charles II to 59 George III inclusive), with the slave law at length. Also
an appendix containing an abstract of the Acts of Parliament relating to
the abolition of the slave trade. St. Jago de la Vega, 1819.
S1123 MACARTY, CAPT.
An appeal to the candour and justice of the people of England, in
behalf of the West India merchants and planters, founded on plain facts
and incontrovertible arguments. London, 1792.
1124 MACAULAY, Z.
Details sur l'6mancipation des esclaves dans les colonies Anglaises,
pendant les ann6es 1834 et 1835, tires des documents official pr6sent6s
au parlement Anglais et imprimes par son ordre. Paris, 1836.
1125 MARRYAT, JOSEPH
More thoughts occasioned by two publications which the authors
call "An exposure of some of the numerous misstatements and misrepre-
sentations contained in a pamphlet, commonly known by the name of
Mr. Marryat's pamphlet, entitled "Thoughts, etc.," and "A defence of the
bill for the registration of slaves." London, 1816.
1126 MARRYAT, JOSEPH
An examination of the report of the Berbice commissioners, and an
answer to the letters of James Stephen, Esq., respecting the Crown Es-
tates in the West Indies, published in the Courier, under the signature of
"Truth." London, 1817.
1127 MARRYAT, JOSEPH
Reply to the arguments contained in various publications, recom-
mending an equalization of the duties on East and West Indian sugar.
1128 MATHIESON, WILLIAM LAW
British slavery and its abolition. 1823-1828. London, 1926.
1129 M\ATHIESON, WILLIAM LAW
Great Britain and the slave trade. 1839-1865. London, 1929.
1130 MATSON, HENRY JAMES
Remarks on the slave trade and the African squadron. London,
92 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
1131 MAYER, BRANTZ
Captain Canot; or twenty years of an African slaver. Being an
account of his career and adventures on the coast, in the interior, on
shipboard, and in the West Indies. New York, 1854.
1132 MAYER, BRANTZ
Adventures of an African slaver. Being a true account of the life
of Captain Theodore Canot. Edited by Malcolm Cowley. New York,
1133 M'QUEEN, JAMES
West India colonies; the calumnies and misrepresentations circu-
lated against them by the Edinburgh Review, Mr. Clarkson, Mr. Crop-
per, etc., examined and refuted. London, 1825.
1134 McNEILE, REV. DR.
Slave labor versus free labor sugar. London, 1848.
1135 MEDFORD, MAACALL
Oil without vinegar, and dignity without pride: or, British, Ameri-
can and West Indian interests considered. London, 1807.
1136 MONTGOMERY, JAMES
Poems on the abolition of the slave trade. Written by James
Montgomery, James Grahame and E. Benger. London, 1809.
1137 MIORTIMER, G. F. W.
Immediate abolition of slavery compatible with the safety and
prosperity of the colonies. Newcastle upon Tyne, 1833.
1138 MURRAY, HENRY A.
Lands of the slave and the free, or Cuba, the United States and
Canada. 2 vols. London, 1855.
1139 OWEN, NICHOLAS
Journal of a slave-dealer. London, 1930.
Same. Boston, 1930.
1140 PENROSE, ADMIRAL CHARLES V.
Autograph letter telling how he personally secured the release of
seventy slaves from the Corsairs of Barbary. Dated, Malta, 5 Nov. 1818.
MS. No. 5043.
1141 PHILLIPS, JOSEPH
Outline of a plan for the total, immediate and safe abolition of
slavery throughout the British colonies. London, 1833.
1142 PINCKARD, GEORGE
Notes on the West Indies: written during the expedition under
the command of the late General Sir Ralph Abercromby. . Likewise
remarks relating to the creole and slaves of the western colonies and the
Indians of South America. 3 vols. London, 1806.
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1143 PINCKARD, GEORGE
Notes on the West Indies. Including observations relating to the
creoles and slaves of the western colonies and the Indians of South
America. 2 vols. London, 1816.
1144 PORTEUS, BEILBY
Letter to the governors, legislatures and proprietors or planters in
the British West-India islands, on the spiritual needs of the negro slaves.
1145 PRINGLE, THOMAS
History of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave. Related by herself.
With a supplement by the editor. To which is added the narrative of
Asa-Asa, a captured African. London, 1831.
1146 PRINGLE, THOMAS
Suggestions respecting the apprenticeship of negro children. Lon-
1147 QUEIPO, VASQUEZ
Cuba, ses resources, son administration, sa population, au point
de vue de la colonisation Europ6enne et de l'6mancipation progressive
des esclaves. Trad. de l'espagnol par Arthur d'Avrainville. Paris, 1851.
1148 RAMSAY, JAMES
Essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the
British sugar colonies. London, 1784.
1149 RICHARDSON, JAMES
The Cruisers: in defence of armed coercion for the extinction of
the slave trade. London, 1849.
1150 RILAND, JOHN
* Memoir of a West Indian planter (Jamaica). Published from an
original MS. London, 1827.
1151 ROSE, G. H.
Letter on the means and importance of converting the slaves in
the West Indies to Christianity. London, 1823.
1152 SANCHO IGNATIUS
Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. To which are
prefixed memoirs of his life. 2 vols. London, 1782.
1153 SCOBLE, JOHN
Slave trade and its remedy. London, 1848.
1154 SIMPSON, LESLEY BYRD
The encomienda in New Spain. Forced native labor in the Span-
ish colonies, 1492-1550. Berkeley, 1929.
1155 SIMS, THOMAS
Africa and her children. London, 1840.
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1156 STEDMAN, J. G.
Narrative of a five years' expedition against the revolted negroes
of Surinam. 2 vols. London, 1806.
1157 STEPHEN, JAMES
Defence of the bill for the registration of slaves. London, 1816.
1158 STEPHEN, JAMES
Speech at the annual meeting of the African Institution . on
the 26th March, 1817. London, 1817.
1159 STEPHEN, JAMES
England enslaved by her slave colonies. An address to the electors
and people of the United Kingdom. London, 1826.
1160 STEPHEN, JAMES
Slavery of the British West India Colonies delineated as it exists
both in law and practice, and compared with the slavery of other coun-
tries, ancient and modern. 2 vols. London, 1824-30.
1161 STEVENS, WILLIAM
The slave in history. His sorrows and his emancipation. Lon-
1161 STUART, CHARLES
The West India question. Immediate emancipation would be safe
for the masters; profitable for the masters; happy for the slaves; right
in the government; advantageous to the nation; would interfere with
no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive; cannot be post-
poned without continually increasing danger. An outline for immediate
emancipation; and remarks on compensation. London, 1832.
1163 TAYLOR, R.
Negro slavery; or a view of some of the more prominent features
of that state of society, as it exists in the United States of America and
in the colonies of the West Indies, especially Jamaica. London, 1823.
1164 THOME, JAMES A.
Emancipation in the West Indies. A six-months' tour in Antigua,
Barbadoes, and Jamaica in the year 1837. By James A. Thome and J.
Horace Kimball. New York, 1838.
1165 THOMSON, ANDREW
Substance of the speech delivered at the meeting of the Edinburgh
Society for the immediate abolition of slavery, on October 19, 1830.
1166 TRAYER, PAUL
ltude historique sur la condition 16gale des esclaves dans les
colonies francaises. Paris, 1887.
1167 TURNBULL, DAVID
The Jamaica movement for promoting the enforcement of the
slave-trade treaties, and the suppression of the slave trade; with state-
ments of fact, convention and law: prepared at the request of the King-
ston Committee. London, 1850.
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1168 Twiss, HORACE
Honduras Indians. Demerara and Trinidad slaves. London, 1830.
1169 VASSA, GUSTAVUS
Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano; or Gustavus
Vassa, the African. Written by himself. Belper, 1809.
1170 WATSON, RICHARD
Defence of the Weslyan Methodist missions in the West Indies:
including a refutation of the charges of Mr. Marryat's "Thoughts on the
abolition of the slave trade, etc.," and in other publications. London, 1817.
1171 WEATHERFORD, WILLIS DUKE
The negro from Africa to America. With an introduction by
James H. Dillard. New York, 1924.
1172 WHITELEY, HENRY
Three months in Jamaica in 1832. London, 1833.
1173 WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM
Introducing the bill: "For the abolition of the slave trade at a
time to be limited." London, 1798.
1174 WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM
Memoir. London, 1814.
1175 WILBERFORCE, WILLIAM
Appeal to the religion, justice, and humanity of the inhabitants
of the British Empire in behalf of the negro slaves in the West Indies.
1176 YOUNG, DAVID
Slavery forbidden by the Word of God. Lecture delivered at the
request of the Free church anti-slavery society. Edinburgh, 1847.
1177 YOUNG, ROBERT
View of slavery in connection with Christianity: being the sub-
stance of a discourse delivered in the Wesleyan Chapel, Stony-Hill, Ja-
maica, Sept. 19, 1824, by Robert Young, Wesleyan missionary. With an
appendix containing the resolutions of the missionaries in that connection
at a general meeting held in Kingston, Sept. 6, 1824. London, 1825.
1178 YULE, HENRY
The African squadron vindicated. London, 1850.
Abolition of slavery in the British colonies (Jamaica, Barbadoes,
British Guiana and Mauritius, 1833-35). Return of the several periods
of residence of the Bishops of Jamaica and Barbadoes within their re-
spective Dioceses since their appointment.-Parliamentary papers rela-
tive to the West Indies, 1835. Vol. I. London, 1836.
96 CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, MANUSCRIPTS, ETC.
Abolition of slavery in the British colonies. Jamaica (continued).
Parliamentary papers relative to the West Indies, 1836. Vol. I. Lon-
Abolition of slavery in Jamaica. Negro education.-Parliamentary
papers relative to the West Indies, 1836. Vol. IV. London, 1827.
Abolition of slavery throughout the British colonies. Jamaica.-
Parliamentary papers relative to the West Indies, 1837. Vol. I. Lon-
Abolition of slavery throughout the British colonies.-Jamaica,
Barbados, British Guiana. London, 1837.
Abridgment of the minutes of the evidence taken before a com-
mittee of the whole House to whom it was referred to consider of the
slave-trade. 3 vols. in 1. London, 1789-90.
Abstract of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the
House of Commons in the year 1790 and 1791; on the part of the peti-
tioners for the abolition of the slave-trade. London, 1791.
Account of a shooting excursion in the mountains near Dromilly
Estate, in the Parish of Trelawny, and Island of Jamaica, in the month
of October, 1824. London, 1825.
Act for the government of slaves in the island of Jamaica, passed
the 19th day of February, 1831, and in force from the 1st day of Novem-
ber, 1831, to the 31st day of December, 1834. St. Jago de la Vega, 1831.
Address to the people of Great Britain on the propriety of ab-
staining from West India sugar and rum. London, 1791.
Address to the public on the state of slavery in the West-India
islands. From the committee of the Leicester Auxiliary Anti-Slavery
Society. London, 1824.
African trade the great pillar and support of the British plantation
trade in America. London, 1745.
Analysis of the Report of a committee of the House of Commons
on the extinction of slavery. London, 1833.
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Assiento or contract; for allowing to the subjects of Great Britain
the liberty of importing negroes into the Spanish America. London, 1713.
Assiento contract considered. As also, the advantages and decay
of the trade of Jamaica and the plantations, with the causes and conse-
quences thereof. London, 1714.
Brief remarks on the slave registry bill; and upon a special re-
port of the African institution, recommending that measure. London,
British colonial slavery. London, 1833.
Broadside. Society instituted in London in 1787, for the purpose
of effecting the abolition of slavery. Dated, London, 1788, and signed by
Granville Sharp and Samuel Hoare.
Broadside. Society for the purpose of effecting the abolition of
the slave trade. Dated Manchester, 27 Dec. 1787, and signed by Thomas
Communications from Jamaica relating to the trial of George Ancle
and Samuel Swiney, negro slaves.
Concise statement of the question regarding the abolition of the
slave trade. London, 1804.
Considerations on the slave trade; and the consumption of West
Indian produce. London, 1791.
Consolidated slave law, passed the 22nd December, 1826. Second
edition. London, 1827.
Correspondence between Mr. George Hibbert and the Society of
Friends. London, 1833.
Correspondence relative to the punishment of two female slaves
at Port Royal, Jamaica. London, 1832.
Correspondence with British commissioners relating to slave trade.
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Correspondence with foreign powers relating to slave trade. Lon-
Debate in the House of Commons on the 16th day of March, 1824,
on the measures adopted by His Majesty's Government for the ameliora-
tion of the condition of the slave population in His Majesty's dominions
in the West Indies. London, 1824.
Debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade in the
House of Commons, on Monday the second April, 1792, reported in full.
Debates in the British House of Commons, Wednesday, May 13th,
1789, on the petitions for the abolition of the slave trade. Philadelphia,
De la traite et de l'esclavage des noirs et des blancs; par un ami
des hommes de toutes les couleurs. Paris, 1815.
Despatches on the subject of an Act of Assembly (Jamaica), 1774,
imposing a duty on slaves imported. London, 1832.
Edinburgh Review and the West Indies; with observations on the
pamphlets of Messrs. Stephen, Macaulay, etc., and remarks on the slave
registry bill. By Colonist. Glasgow, 1816.
Erroneous statements contained in a pamphlet by Joseph Marryat.
Evidence upon oath touching the condition and treatment of the
negro population of the British West India colonies. Part I, Island of
Jamaica. Taken before a select committee of the House of Lords, Ses-
sion 1832. London, 1833.
Extinction of the slave-trade, and the civilization of Africa. A
review of "The African slave-trade and its remedy," by Sir Thomas
Fowell Buxton. Reprinted from the Weslyan-Methodist Magazine. Lon-
Extracts from returns relative to the slave population-British
West Indies. London, 1832.
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Food and other maintenance and allowances, under the Appren-
ticeship system; extracted from the appendix to a report recently pub-
lished by the Committee of the London Anti-Slavery Society, on Negro
Apprenticeship in the British colonies. London, 1838.
Fragments of slavery (Jamaica). London, 1823.
Friend of Africa, by the society for the extinction of the slave
trade, and for the civilization of Africa. London, 1841-43. (All pub-
Friend of the African. London, 1843-46. (All published.)
Further proceedings of the honourable House of Assembly of Ja-
maica, relative to a bill introduced into the House of Commons, for
effectually preventing the unlawful importation of slaves, and holding
free persons in slavery, in the British colonies. To which is annexed,
examinations, taken upon oath before a committee of the House, for the
purpose of disproving the allegations of the said bill. London, 1816.
Further progress of colonial reform; being an analysis of the
communication made to Parliament by His Majesty, at the close of the
last session, respecting the measures taken for improving the condition
of the slave population in the British colonies. London, 1827.
Hints respecting the Christian education of the negro population
in the British colonies. London, 1833.
Illicit slave trade of Cuba and Brazil, and other countries pro-
ducing the foreign sugar now refined in England. London, 1831.
Immediate not gradual abolition; or, an inquiry into the shortest,
safest and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery.
Incorporated society for the conversion and religious instruction
and education of the negro slaves in the British West India islands. Re-
ports of the branch associations of Antigua and St. Christopher's. Lon-
Inquiry into the causes of the insurrection of the negroes in the
island of St. Domingo. To which are added observations of M. Garran-