Travel, Trade and Power in the Atlantic, 1765-1884 (Camden Fifth Series)

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The first part of this anthology of historical documents contains the correspondence of Simon Taylor, 1765-1775, on the management of the Jamaican estates of British M.P. Chaloner Arcedekne. It constitutes the most important collection of private correspondence on the political history of Jamaica in the period. The second part describes three voyages made by John Chandler Langdon to Africa in the early 1880s. It provides a picture of sealife and Bristol's merchants in the African trade.

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The first part of the Miscellany contains the correspondence of Simon Taylor, 1765 1775, on the management of the Jamaican estates of British M.P. Chaloner Arcedekne. They form the most important collection of private correspondence on the political history of Jamaica in the period. The second part, describes three voyages made by John Chandler Langdon to Africa in the early 1880s. It provides a picture of life on board a ship and tells us much about Bristol, its merchants in the African trade and the techniques used in that trade.

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