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The History, Civil And Commercial, Of The British Colonies In The West Indies -Volume 1, Page 384

The History, Civil And Commercial, Of The British Colonies In The West Indies -Volume 1, Page 384

Author: Edwards, Bryan

Medium: Letterpress

Date: 1793

Shelfmark: 146.c.1-3

Item number: Page 384

Length: 26.5

Width: 19.45

Scale: Centimetres

Genre: Printed Text

Extract from 'The History, Civil & Commercial, Of The British Colonies In The West Indies,' by Bryan Edwards. Here Edwards describes the island of Grenada. He discusses the plantations on the island, documenting their number, the crops grown, their size and the number of slaves working on them. Edwards also details the administration and government of Grenada, and notes that the island was divided into 7 parishes and that St George and Grenville Bay were the principal ports.

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