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Title The papers of William Dawes, missionary in Antigua
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1824-1825
Document Type Manuscript, Missionary Papers, Correspondence
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference CW O 31
Region Central America and the Caribbean, Africa
Names William Dawes (former governor of Antigua), Lady Grey, Thomas Prizgar, Sir Benjamin D'Urban, Lady D'Urban, Reverend Josiah Pratt, Joseph Battersby, Anne Gilbert
Places West Indies, Antigua, St Johns, West Africa, Sierra Leone, English Harbour
Topics journal, letters, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary reports, evangelism, education, slave trade, slavery, emancipation, Society for the Conversion of Slaves and Colonial Society, Antigua Auxiliary Bible Society, Hope School, conversion of plantation and slave owners, health and disease, Anglican opposition to Methodist missionaries, Methodism, Methodist and Anglican conflict, corruption of clergy, finances, expenses, Female Refuge Society, treatment of children, Antiguan legislature encouraging white tenants, plantations, dances on plantations, slave culture, slave relations, sexual relations
Copyright University of Birmingham Library