4 edition of account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent"s. found in the catalog.
account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent"s.
Sir William Young
Repr. of 1795, London ed.
|Series||Cass library of West Indian studies -- 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Title Saint Vincent, particulars of a very large and valuable Sugar Estate: called "Grand Sable," situate in the Parish of Charlotte, in the Island of St. Vincent, and containing 1, acres, or thereabouts: which will be sold by auction, in one lot, by Messrs. Hards, Vaughan and Leifchild, before James Fleming, Esq. Q.C., and Reginald John Cust, Esq., Commissioners for Sale of Incumbered. The position of St. Vincent. The island, which is today called St. Vincent, is a little over twelve degrees above the line of the equator. This, in my opinion at least, is its position. To the north it is flanked, so to speak, by two islands. One, the nearer, is at most ten French .
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