The act of assembly of the island of Jamaica, to repeal several acts, and clauses of acts, respecting slaves, and for the better Order and Government of Slaves, and for other Purposes; commonly called the Consolidated Act, as Exhibiting at One View Most of the Essential Regulations of the Jamaica Code Noir; which was passed by the Assembly on the 19th day of December 1787, and by the Lieutenant Governor and the Council on the 22d of the said Month. Respectfully communicated to the public by Stephen Fuller, Esq. Agent for Jamaica

Publication Date1787
Publisherprinted for B. White, and Son, Fleet-Street; J. Sewell, Cornhill; R. Faulder, New-Bond-Street; and J. Debrett, and J. Stockdale, Piccadilly

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