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Douglas J. Hamilton

. Nor were they the only West India Scots in south-western England. As well as Hugh Inglis, a number of other Scots who returned from the Caribbean were buried at churches in Bristol and Bath in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Duncan Campbell of St Vincent died in the fashionable area of Clifton in Bristol in 1797 and was buried in the city’s cathedral. Twenty years later John

in Scotland, the Caribbean and the Atlantic world 1750–1820
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Daniel Owen Spence

Guiana 53 Tobago 39 St.Vincent 36 St

in Colonial naval culture and British imperialism, 1922–67
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Possibilities and precariousness along Australia’s southern coast
Julie Evans

Australia, Adelaide, 1964, facsimile edition (orig. T. and W. Boone), 2 vols. 9 See Eyre, E. J. 1984 Autobiographical Narrative of Residence and Exploration in Australia, 1832–39 , edited and with an introduction by J. Waterhouse, Caliban Books, (orig. ms. written 1859, St

in Colonial frontiers
Stephanie Barczewski

Caribbean and the Atlantic World 1750–1820 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005 ), pp. 63 and 145; Alan L. Karras, Sojourners in the Sun: Scottish Migrants in Jamaica and the Chesapeake, 1740–1800 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992 ), p. 176; and Simon D. Smith, ‘Slavery’s Heritage Footprint: Links between British Country Houses and St

in Country houses and the British Empire, 1700–1930
Stephanie Barczewski

’s previous owner, General George Augustus Elliott, who had been governor of the island during the siege. Admiral George Rodney, who had relieved the siege as well as won the Battle of Cape St Vincent in 1780 over the Spanish and the Battle of the Saintes in 1782 over the French, was also the subject of country-house commemoration. In 1781, Rodney’s namesake son married Anne Harley

in Country houses and the British Empire, 1700–1930
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From colonisation to globalisation
Giordano Nanni

striking twelve, the monster would expire’. 10 And that same evening, according to another Christian missionary at the opposite end of the world, on the island of St Vincent, ‘thousands of poor Negroes upon their bended knees waited for the hour of midnight ... and when the clock struck twelve, which was the death-knell of slavery throughout the British empire ... they then rose to their feet

in The colonisation of time
Douglas J. Hamilton

Barbados, 31 to Dominica, 75 to Grenada, 257 to Jamaica, 1 to Montserrat, 9 to Nevis, 28 to St Kitts, 14 to Tortola, 9 to St Vincent, 13 to Tobago and 4 to the Moskito Coast. 46 T. Burnard, ‘European migration to Jamaica, 1655–1780’, William and Mary Quarterly , 53, 4 (1996), 769

in Scotland, the Caribbean and the Atlantic world 1750–1820
The Australian Aborigines and the question of difference
Judith Wilson

monthly reports of the proceedings of the Berlin Geographical Society: Hermann Koeler's ‘Notizen über die Eingeborenen an der Ostküste des St. Vincent-Golfs in Süd-Australien. 1837 und 1838’, Monatsberichte über die Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin 1:3 (1842), 42–57; 1:5 (1844), 34–75; Schayer, ‘Abhandlung über die Verhältnisse der Eingeborenen von Australien und die Ursachen der Abnahme dieser Bevölkerung’, Monatsberichte

in Savage worlds
Robert Aldrich
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Cindy McCreery

change, and there is no clear pattern in chronology or ideology. The remaining independent countries that recognise the Queen as head of state are either the old settler dominions or islands or territorial enclaves in the West Indies and South Pacific. Indeed, in 2009, St Vincent and the Grenadines rejected republicanism through a referendum. In the present-day Commonwealth, republics far outnumber the

in Crowns and colonies
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Stephanie Barczewski

Beaufort, and Morris tried to recoup his loss. He appealed to Clive’s ‘noble disinterestedness of disposition’, which he hoped would lead him ‘to make such further payment as you shall judge fit’. 11 His pleas, however, fell on deaf ears, compelling Morris to accept the lieutenant-governorship of St Vincent in order to repair his finances. He became governor four years later, but when the American

in Country houses and the British Empire, 1700–1930