Papers Relating to the Late Disturbances in Barbados (and) Further Papers Relating to the Late Disturbances in Barbados.
George Edward Eyre, ( 1876), London
Three volumes bound in two. 32 cm., xii, 247; x, 220; iv, 79 pp.
Long after the famed Bussa Rebellion of 1816, which ultimately led Britain to halt the practice of slavery across her empire, labor troubles continued in her West Indian colonies. These three volumes concern reports of riots and minor uprisings in the 1870s, and Britain’s (usually military) response to them. Three parts in two volumes uniformly bound in blue cloth over boards with paper cover label.