THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
A JAMAICA PROPRIETOR.
6 It would certainly never be argued in that House, that the West
India Islands were not an important part of the British empire, and that their interests did not deserve thue most serious
consideration."—LORD HOWICK, Feb. 10, 1807, Pari. Deb.
< To emancipate the Negroes would not be to add to their happiness
even if the Legislature had a right to interfere with the
property of the Colonies."—LD. H. PETTY, March 17, 1807
JAMES RIDGWAY, PICCADILLY.