Jamaica

 

 

Bridges, George Wilson.

THE ANNALS OF JAMAICA. BY THE REV. GEORGE WILSON BRIDGES ..

London, J. Murray, 1827-28.

2 v. 22 cm.

Slavery -- Jamaica.

Jamaica -- History.

yaF B76.

 

Dallas, Robert Charles, 1754-1824.

THE 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... BY R. C. DALLAS, ESQ.

London, T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1803.

2 v. fronts., 2 fold. maps. 23 cm.

Blacks -- Jamaica.

Jamaica -- History -- Maroon War, 1795-1796.

yaF D16.

 

Exquemelin, A. O. (Alexandre Olivier).

BUCANIERS OF AMERICA: OR, A TRUE ACCOUNT OF THE MOST REMARKABLE ASSAULTS COMMITTED

OF LATE YEARS UPON THE COASTS OF THE WEST INDIES, BY BUCANIERS OF JAMICA AND TORTUGA,

BOTH ENGLISH AND FRENCH.  WHEREIN ARE CONTAINED MORE ESPECIALLY, THE UNPARRALLEL'D

EXPLOITS OF SIR HENRY MORGAN, OUR ENGLISH JAMAICAN HERO, WHO SACK'D PUERTO VELO, BURNT

PANAMA. &C. WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN DUTCH, BY JOHN ESQUEMELING, ONE OF THE BUCANIERS WHO

WAS PRESENT AT THOSE TRAGEDIES; AND THENCE TRANSLATED INTO SPANISH, BY ALONSO DE

BONNE-MAISON... NOW FAITHFULLY RENDERED INTO ENGLISH.

London, Printed for W. Cooke, 1684.

3 pt. in 1 v. illus., pl., port., map. 24 cm.

Buccaneers.

Pirates.

Spanish Main.

West Indies -- History.

yiF Ex7.

 

Exquemelin, A. O. (Alexandre Olivier).

THE HISTORY OF THE BUCANIERS: BEING AN IMPARTIAL RELATION OF ALL THE

BATTELS, SIEGES, AND OTHER MOST EMINENT ASSAULTS COMMITTED FOR SEVERAL

YEARS UPON THE COASTS OF THE WEST-INDIES BY THE PIRATES OF JAMAICA AND

TORTUGA. BOTH ENGLISH, & OTHER NATIONS. MORE ESPECIALLY THE UNPARALLEL'D

ATCHIEVEMENTS OF SIR H. M. MADE ENGLISH FROM THE DUTCH COPY: WRITTEN BY J.

ESQUEMELING, ONE OF THE BUCANIERS, VERY MUCH CORRECTED, FROM THE ERROURS

OF THE ORIGINAL, BY THE RELATIONS OF SOME ENGLISH GENTLEMEN, THAT THEN

RESIDED IN THOSE PARTS ..

London, Printed for T. Malthus, 1684.

12 p.L., 192 p. 17 cm.

Buccaneers.

Pirates.

Spanish Main.

West Indies -- History.

yi F Ex7h.

 

Exquemelin, A. O. (Alexandre Olivier).

THE HISTORY OF THE BUCANIERS OF AMERICA.

London, Printed for J. Walker [etc.] 1810.

1 p. l., xxiii, 660 p. front. 14 cm.

Buccaneers.

Pirates.

Spanish Main.

West Indies -- History.

yi F Ex7hi.

 

Leslie, Charles, of Jamaica.

NEW HISTORY OF JAMAICA : FROM THE EARLIEST ACCOUNTS, TO THE TAKING OF PORTO

BELLO BY VICE-ADMIRAL VERNON, IN THIRTEEN LETTERS FROM A GENTLEMAN TO HIS FRIEND ...

IN WHICH ARE BRIEFLY INTERSPERSED, THE CHARACTERS OF ITS GOVERNORS AND LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS ..

London : Printed for J. Hodges, 1740.

iv, 340 p. : 2 fold. maps (incl. front.) ; 20 cm.

Jamaica -- History.

Jamaica -- Description and travel.

yaF N42.

 

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE ASSIENTO TRADE, AS IT HAS BEEN EXERCISED BY THE SOUTH-SEA

COMPANY; PROVING THE DAMAGE WHICH WILL ACCRUE THEREBY TO THE BRITISH COMMERCE

AND PLANTATIONS IN AMERICA, AND PARTICULARLY TO JAMAICA. TO WHICH IS ANNEXED, A

SKETCH OF THE ADVANTAGES OF THAT ISLAND TO GREAT BRITAIN, BY ITS ANNUAL PRODUCE,

AND BY ITS SITUATION FOR TRADE OR WAR. ADDRESSED TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE,

ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S PRINCIPAL SECRETARIES OF STATE.  BY A PERSON WHO RESIDED SEVERAL

YEARS AT JAMAICA.

London, Printed for H. Whitridge, 1728.

iv, 38 p.

xf HK So 5.