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0521863384 - SLAVERY, FAMILY, AND GENTRY CAPITALISM IN THE BRITISH ATLANTIC - by S. D. Smith
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Index


Abercrombie, John

Abercromby, James

Adam, John

Adam, Robert

Adams, Conrad

Adams, Samuel

Addison, Christian

Admiralty Sick and Hurt Board

African Diaspora, remembering

Africa Reparations Movement

Aix-la-Chapelle, Peace of (1748)

Alexander, James

Allen, William

Alleyne, Abel

Alleyne family

Alleyne, Sir John Gay

Allison, Ann

American Revolution

Amyot, R. G.

Anne, Queen

Ansah, Effua

Ansah, William

Anti-Nazi League

Antigua

interest rate reduction

Maxwell properties

relocation of slaves

archives

18th-century Barbadian wills

1940 London destructions

Barbados

Harewood House

Lascelles-Maxwell business papers

Lascelles-Maxwell correspondence

Argyll, Archibald Campbell, Duke of

aristocracy, indebtedness

Armada

armed forces, victualling

arms, Gedney family

Armstrong-Jones, Anthony, Earl of Snowdon

arts and sciences

Ashley, John

Atherley family

Atlantic trade, networks

Atterbury, Francis

Austin, Ann

Austin, Richard

Ayer, slave woman

Ayr Bank

Ayuba b. Sulyman

Ball, Frances

Ball, Guy

Ball, Joseph

Ballie, Evan

Banks, Sir Joseph

Barbados

17th century

20th-century sugar trade

1780 hurricane

abolition of slavery, 1834

archives

and Atlantic trade

Barbados Council

Bridgetown

Bridgetown fires 1766

Bridgetown place names

Bussa#8217;s rebellion 1816

Clarke power

corruption and factions

credit policy

early pro-business legislation

empire building families

historiography

Holetown

independence

interest rate reduction

interracial sex

Lascelles legacy

Lascelles original plantation

Lascelles plantation management

Lascelles rise

map

Marshall Office

Maxwell property

merchants

merchants and planters

Newton slave burial ground

Quakers

race laws

St Michael

slave demography

slave trade with New England

sugar production

Barbados Gazette

Barbados Museum & Historical Society

Batson family

Bavaria

Baxter, Richard

Baxter, Thomas

BBC

Beale

Beckford family

Beckford, Julius

Beckford, Peter

Beckford, William

Beckles family

Beckles Trust

Bell, Governor of Barbados

Bentinck, Count William

Berbice

Clarke property

slave uprising

Berlin, Ira

Bermuda

Betteress, Samuel

bills of exchange

Binning, John

Bishop, Eliza

Bishop, William

Blackett, Sir William

Bladen, Martin

Blenman family

assets and liabilities

debts written off

insolvency

Blenman, George

Blenman, Jonathan

Blenman, Jonathan Jr

Blenman of Chepstow, Revd

Blenman, Thomas

Blenman, Timothy

Blenman, William

Blight, Robert

Bogles & Co.

Bolingbroke, 1st Viscount

Bolton Percy

Bond, Francis

bookkeeping

Boston

18th-century slave imports

Gedneys

North Church

Bowdoin family

Brace, Revd Edward

Brace vs Peers

Braithwaite, John

Bressingham

Brew, Harry

Brew, Richard

Brisbane, William

Bristol

British Museum

British National Party

Brixton riots

Broadwater Farm riots

Brodie, Dorothy

Brodie, James

Brown, Dr James

Brown, Lancelot (Capability Brown)

Browne, Jeremiah

Buckinghamshire

Buckworth, Mary

Burrows, Lewis

Burrows, William

Burton, Revd William

business associations

Byng, Robert

caboceers

Calendar, Revd Elisha

Calverley

Campbell, P. F.

candle trade

Cape Breton

capital

See also credit

colonial trade

Dutch colonies

Henry Lascelles slave trade

Lascelles-Maxwell partnership

Caribbeana

Caribbean

commission system See commission system

control

failures of landed families

Lascelles association with

Lascelles legacy

Lascelles-Maxwell loan database

slave trade with New England

sugar trade financing

Carolinas

Carr, John

Carracoe Merchant

Carriden

Carter, Edwin

Carter family

Carter, Landon

Carter, Mary (†1721)

Carter, Samuel

Carteret, John, 1st Earl of Granville

Catley, Ann

Ceded Islands

Chandos, Marquis of

Chapman, William

Charles I

Charles II

Charleston merchants

Checkland, A. G.

Chesapeake

Child, Robert

Cholmley, Nathanial

Clarke, Benjamin

Clarke, Callie

Clarke, Deborah (1705#8211;44)

Clarke family

consolidation of power

debts written off

empire building

genealogy

gentry capitalism

Grenadian legacy

insolvency

Lascelles alliance

Lascelles loans

origins

political and military patronage

religion

slaving accounts

Clarke, Foster

Clarke, Francis (†1727)

Clarke, Francis (1756#8211;1800)

Clarke, Gedney (1711#8211;64)

American connections

Atlantic trade

background

Berbice uprising

botanical interests

bribery

career

commercial activities

consolidation of power

death

debts

financial losses

Henry Lascelles, business with

hospitality

maladministration

plantation slaves

political and military patronage

property holdings

settlement on Barbados

slave trade

Clarke, Gedney (1735#8211;77)

death

early career

education

embezzlement

financial failure

Lascelles mortgages

Lascelles marriage

Martinique campaign

member of Barbados Council

Nova Scotia settlement

property holdings

Tobago plantations

Clarke, Gedney III

Clarke, Hannah

Clarke, John (b. 1702)

Clarke, John (1737#8211;84&/5)

Clarke, John (s. of Gedney Clarke II)

Clarke, Peter

Clarke, Samuel (b. 1743)

Clarke, Susannah

Clarke, William (†1647)

Clarke, William (1746#8211;82)

Clouston, Edward (1787#8211;1866)

Clouston, Edward (b.1819)

Clouston family

Clouston, Henry (c.1822#8211;98)

Clouston, Isabella

Cobham, John

Cobham, Richard

Codd, Colonel Edward

Codrington, Christopher

Codrington, Sir William

Coffee, Amroe, King

coffee, prices

Cole, Isabella

Collet, Thomas

Collier, William

Colonial Debts Act 1732

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Commission for Racial Equality

commission system

18th-century Caribbean

Henry Lascelles money lending

Jamaican sugar

and plantation management

tied contracts

Compton, Henry, Bishop of London

Cook, Bernard

Cordwent, Edward

Corwin, Captain George

cotton

Courten, William

Cox regression

Cox, Samuel

Cox, Sir Charles

Crawford, Alexander

credit

1772#8211;3 crisis

assignment of debts

Brace vs Peers

Caribbean sugar trade

Colonial Debts Act 1732

colonial dependency on British capital

Edward Lascelles#8217; activities

effect of wars

enforcement measures

foreclosure

institutional constraints

interest arrears

compound interest

interest rates

differentials

reduction

Lascelles late-18th-century policy

abrupt shift

acquired properties

Blenman family

foreclosure

Freres

Gedney Clarkes

generally

Harvie brothers

loan clients

Lascelles-Maxwell loans

chronological account

database

domestic loans

Henry Lascelles#8217; activities

interest arrears

loan clients

mortgage increase

returns

securities

short-term credit

types of loans

legal changes

monopoly powers

mortgages. See mortages

networks

control

Halls#8217; slave trade in 18th century

historiography

ontogeny of debt

purchase of slaves

purposes

slaves as securities

sugar market risks

usury laws

Crondall (Hampshire)

Cudjoe Caboceer

Cunningham, Nathaniel

Currantee, John

Curwen, Alice

Cussans, Thomas

Cuthbert, George

Cuthbert, Lewis

Daling, William

Danby#8217;s Rising

Daniel family

Daniel, John

Daniel, Thomas

Darrington

Data Envelopment Analysis

Davis, Edmund, of Hilldrop

Demerara

Berbice uprising

capital flows

Clarke involvement with

Gedney Clarke crisis

Gedney Clarkes in

slave trade

demography, slaves. See slaves

Dinwiddie, Robert

Dominica, sugar trade

Dottin, Elizabeth

Dottin family

Dottin, Joseph

Douglas family

Douglas, James

Douglas, James (1675#8211;1742)

Douglas, Sir James, MP

Douglas, John

Douglas, John, of Antigua (†1743)

Douglas, Rear Admiral Robert

Dovaston, John

The Dove

Downing, George

Dubois, Catherine

DuBois database

Duke, William

Duncan, William

Dunning, John

Dutch West India Company

East India Company

East Lothian

Edmonson, John

Edmundsen, William

Edward and Mary

elephants#8217; teeth

Eliza, Mulatto woman

Elizabeth I

Elliot, Nathaniel

Ellis, Charles

empire, ideology

English provincial networks

Enslaved Database

Essequibo

European Union, Sugar Protocol

Ewshott-Itchell manor

Faber, John

Fairfax, Anne

Fairfax, Bryan

Fairfax family

Fairfax, Hannah

Fairfax, Lord

Fairfax of Denton and Oglethorphe

Fairfax, William (1691#8211;1757)

Farington, Joseph

Farquhar, Sir Walter

fish

Fisher, Mary

Fitzherbert family

Fleurian family

Fleurian, Mary

Fonthill Gifford

foodstuffs

Fordyce Bank

Foucault, Michel

Fox, George

Frames

France

colonial rivalries

effect of war on Atlantic trade

occupation of Tobago

Francklyn, Charles

Francklyn, Gilbert

Frankland, Sir Charles Henry

Frankland family

Frankland, Admiral Thomas

Franklin, Benjamin

Fraser, James

free blacks

Frere, Applethwaite

Frere family

Frere, Henry

Frere, Joan

Frere, John (b. 1626)

Frere, John III

Frere, John Jr

Frere, Thomas

Frere, Tobias (b.1617)

Frere, Tobias, Jr

Fuller, John

Fuller, Rose

Fuller, Stephen

Gardoque y Mueta, Joseph

Gascoigne, Ann Jones (1753#8211;1821)

Gascoigne family

Gascoigne, John

Gascoigne, Stephen

Gawthorpe

Gedney, Bartholomew (1640#8211;98)

Gedney Clarkes. See clarke family

Gedney, Deborah (1677#8211;1760)

Gedney family, origins

Gedney, John (1603#8211;88)

Gedney, John (1634&/5#8211;84)

Gedney, Lydia

genealogy

gentlemanly capitalism

gentry capitalism

George I

George II

George IV

Germany, linens exports

Gibbes, Sir Phillip

Gilchrist, Revd William

gold

Goldsborough

Goose Creek

Gordon, Captain John

Gordon, James Brebner

Gordon, Revd William

Gordon, Thomas

Gosse, Daniel

Graeme, Francis

Gragg, Larry

Graham, Jacob

Grant, Bernie, MP

The Grantham

Green family

Green, Richard

Greene, Jack P

Grenada

and Gedney Clarke

Lascelles legacy

Lascelles plantations

shift from coffee to sugar

slave insurrection 1795#8211;6

sugar trade

Grenville faction

Grenville, George

Grenville, Henry

Grocers#8217; Company

Grove, John

Grove, Joseph

Guinea coast

guinea corn

gum

Guyana

Gyll, Thomas

Haddington

Haiti, revolution

Hakewill, James

Halifax, Lord

Hall, Charles

Hall family

Hall, Gyles (c.1603#8211;87)

Hall, Hugh the Elder

Hall, Hugh Sr

Hall, Hugh Jr

Hall, Mary

Hall, Richard

Hall, Richard Jr

Hall, Sarah

Hall, Thomas

Hall, Wentworth

Halliday, Simon

Hamilton, George

Hamilton, George W

Hancock, David

Harewood, 1st Earl (Edward Lascelles, 1740#8211;1820)

1747 inheritance

1795 inheritance

agreement with Maxwells and Dalings

portrait

reorganisation of plantations

shipping interests

and slave revolts

Tobago estates

Harewood, 2nd Earl (Henry Lascelles. 1767#8211;1841)

1832 slave condition speech

election 1807

and emancipation of slaves

Harewood Chapel

portrait

reorganisation of plantations

slave compensation payments

slave ownership

Harewood, 5th Earl

Harewood, 6th Earl

Harewood Chapel

Harewood estate

1753 inheritance

1760s&/1770s additions

1795 inheritance

Caribbean earnings

Caribbean plantations

plantation management

revenues 1799#8211;805

Harewood House

archives

BBC programme

construction

funding

and Henry Lascelles

Harewood House Trust

Harewood manor

Harper, Robert

Harrison, Henry

Harrison, Nathaniel

Harte, William

Harvie, Alexander

Harvie brothers

assets and liabilities

insolvency

Jamaican plantations

Lascelles loans

Harvie, Elizabeth

Harvie, John

Harvie, Thomas

Harvie, William

Hawksworth, John

Hawley, Governor

Heath, John

Heins, John Theodore

Hepburn family

Hepburn, George

Hepburn, Helen

Hervey, William

Hibbert, George

Hill, John

Hill, Thomas

HMS Argyle

Hoare#8217;s Bank

Holburne, Catherine

Holburne, Francis

Holetown

Holt, Arthur

Hooper, Robert

Hope, Nicholas

Hothersall, Ann

Hothersall, Burch

Houghton

Howe, Lord

Howell, John

Hudson#8217;s Bay Company

Hughes, Griffin

Hunt, Helen

Hunter, Andrew

Husbands, Barbara

Husbands family

Husbands, Richard

Husbands, Samuel

Ilfracombe

indigo

Ingram, William

insider trading

institutional racism

intercultural relations

Interculture Organisation

interracial associations

Ireland

1641 rebellion

1642 Additional Sea Venture

Ironmonger family

Ironmonger, Joshua

Jackson, William

Jacobite Rising

Jacobite Rising 1715

Jacobs, Susannah

Jamaica

18th-century plantations

Christianisation of slaves

English capture from Spanish

Harewood Chapel

interest rates

Lascelles legacy

Lascelles plantations

map

Maroon uprising

plantation finance

post-1750 growth

post-emancipation plantations

race laws

race terminology

St Thomas-in-the-Vale

Scottish merchants

Seven Years#8217; War, effect

slave account

slave demography

sugar production

James II

Jasper, Edward

Jenkins, Henry

Jewish Naturalization Bill

Johnson, John

Johnson, Polly

Jones, James

Keane, Betty

Keane, Hugh Perry

Keimer, Samuel

Kellington

Kerby, Thomas

kinship, uses

land. See plantations

Langton, Dominick

Lansa, Francis

Lascelles (ship)

Lascelles, Clarke, & Daling

Lascelles, Daniel (1655#8211;1734)

Lascelles, Daniel (1714#8211;84)

and Blenmans

career

death

on debt

departure for West Indies

father#8217;s succession on Barbados

and Harvie brothers

inheritance

landed property

loans

marriage

MP for Northallerton

Yorkshire property

Lascelles, Edward (dry-salter in London)

Lascelles, Edward

Barbadian acquisitions

Barbadian career

Lascelles, Edward, of Stoke Newington

Barbadian career

Barbados tax assessments

career

genealogy

Guinea estate

Lascelles, Edward Jr (†1739)

Lascelles, Edward (1702#8211;1747)

Barbados corruption

Barbados trade

Bridgetown Collector of Customs

death

heirs

introduction of mango tree to Barbados

landed estates

money lending

portrait

prize cargoes

slave trade

tomb

wealth

wife#8217;s inheritance

wife#8217;s race

Lascelles, Edward (1740#8211;1820).

See Harewood, 1st Earl

Lascelles, Major Edward (†1935)

Lascelles, Edwin, 1st Baron Harewood (1713#8211;95)

agreement with Maxwells and Dalings

Caribbean interests

Caribbean landed property

created baron 1790

death 1795

early career

and Freres

Instructions for the Management of a Plantation

Jacobite supporter

patronage

plantation management

on treatment of slaves

Yorkshire estates

Lascelles, Elizabeth (†1771)

Lascelles family

anti-competitive influence

Barbados legacy

business network

Caribbean legacy

Caribbean real estate

Caribbean, association

corruption

emergence

empire building

Gedney Clarke alliance

genealogy

gentry capitalism

Grenadian legacy

historical significance

Jamaican legacy

money lending. See credit

plantation management. See plantation management

royal connections

slave trade. See slave trade

Yorkshire

Lascelles, Frances (m. Gedney Clarke Jr)

Lascelles, Frances (m. John Douglas)

Lascelles, Francis Sr of Stank Hall

Lascelles, Francis Jr

Lascelles, Francis (1744#8211;99)

Lascelles Frigate

Lascelles, George (1681#8211;1729)

Lascelles, George (1722#8211;1800)

Lascelles, Gerald

Lascelles, Henry (1690#8211;1753)

Barbados trade

Bridgetown Collector of Customs

burial

business partners

corruption

death

documentary drama

fortune

Gedney Clarke Sr, business with

Hanoverian supporter

insider trading

landed estates

loans

bad debts

chronological account

clients

domestic loans

Edward Lascelles Jr

enforcement methods

features

generally

lending policy

loan database

monopoly powers

parliamentary evidence

securities

territorial scope

London business career

marriages

MP for Northallerton

options trading

partnership with Maxwell

political power

and Scottish merchants

slave trade

stock market investments

super-merchant type

use of slavery

will

Yorkshire property

Lascelles, Henry (1716#8211;86)

Lascelles, Henry (1767#8211;1841),

See Harewood, 2nd Earl

Lascelles, Lucy

Lascelles, Mary I (1662#8211;1734)

Lascelles, Mary II

Lascelles-Maxwell partnership

See also Lascelles, Henry; Maxwell, George

correspondence

evolution 1732#8211;1884

loan database

money lending

working capital

Lascelles, Peter

Lascelles, Philip (†1713)

Lascelles, Robert

Lascelles, Sarah

Lascelles, Susannah

Lascelles, Susannah (†1768)

Lascelles, Thomas (†1733)

Lascelles, Thomas of Lisburn

Lascelles, William (†c.1686)

Lascelles, William (†1750)

Laurens, Henry

Lawrence, Stephen

Leeward Islands

LeGay, Rachel

lending. See lending

Leslie, Charles

Lessley, Andrew

Lethieullier, Christopher

Lethieullier family

Lethieullier, Sir John (1632#8211;1719)

Lethieullier, Smart

Leverett, John

Ligon, Richard

Liverpool, Earl of

loans. See credit

London

1940 archival destructions

colonial merchants

commission houses. See commission system

financing of slave trade

The London

Long, Edward

Longworth, Roger

Louisburg

Lowther family

Lowther, Sir James

Lowther, Robert

Lynn

Lyttelton, Sir George, Lord

McCall, Samuel

McClane, Lachlan

McDonald, Michael

McKenzie, Eliza

Mackey, Benjamin

MacLeod, Alexander

Macpherson inquiry

malaguetta

mango trees

Marbin, Joseph

Marblehead

March, Elizabeth

March, Francis

Marshall office

Martinique

Mary Ann

Mary, Princess Royal

Massachusetts Bay Company

Mathias, Gabriel

Maxwell, David

Maxwell family

Maxwell, George (1699#8211;1763)

Barbados factions

Batson inheritance

on Blenman

business career

death

and Dutch colonies

and Freres

and Harvie brothers

on Jacobite rising

loans

political power

and Scottish merchants

on slaves

on Stevenson

Maxwell, Henry (†1818)

Maxwell, James

Mayo, William

Mead, Commissioner of Barbados Customs

Metcalfe family

Metcalfe, Lascelles

Metcalfe, Margaret (†1690)

Miller, Philip

Mills, George

Millwall

miscegenation

Mitchell, Robert

Moe, Christopher

Monk, General George

Monticello House

Moore, Robert

Moore, William

Morassin, Jean de

Morecroft, Richard

Morranen slave revolt

mortgages

chronological increase

debate

Lascelles late #8211; 18th-century policy

acquired properties

Blenman family

Freres

Gedney Clarkes

generally

Harvie brothers

Lascelles-Maxwell partnership

perpetual mortgages

and slaves

sugar trade financing

Morton, James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton

Napoleonic Wars

naval warfare

prize ships

victualling

Navigation Acts

Nedham, William

Nelson, John Wood

Nelson, Thomas Marsh

Netherlands

Caribbean trade crisis

colonial funding

linens exports

West Indian business

Nettlecombe

New England

18th-century slave imports

historiography

impact of slavery

Vassall family

New York, slave smuggling

Newcastle, Duke of

Newton, Nicholas

Newton slave burial ground

Nisbett, Philip

Nooker, John

Northallerton

Northern Neck

Nova Scotia

Nurse, James

Occold

Oglethorpe, General James

Oldmixon, John

ontogeny of debt

options trading

Orkney

Orne, Timothy

Oswicke, Robert

Pacheco, Hezekiah

Pares, Richard

Patterson, William

Peace of Paris (1763)

Peers, Henry

Pelham faction

Pelham, Henry

Pemberton, James

Pennoyer, Wiliam

Petiver, James

Pevsner, Nikolaus

Philadelphia merchants

Pigott, John

Pinnell, Richard

Pinney family

Pitcairn, Robert

Pitt, William

Pitts, Elizabeth

Pitts family

Pitts, James (1710#8211;76)

Pitts, John

plantation management

absentee ownership

agents and principals

Baron Harewood#8217;s tenure

bookkeeping

crop diversification

Data Envelopment Analysis

Earl of Harewood#8217;s change of system

emancipation period

Instructions for the Management of a Plantation

Lascelles family

moral hazard

revisionist accounts

slaves. See slaves

and Special Magistrates

plantations

efficiency levels 1791#8211;1839

failures of landed families

historiography

Lascelles disinvestment 1791#8211;1975

Lascelles in early 18th century

acquisition list

Lascelles in late 18th century

Lascelles revenues 1791#8211;6

Lascelles revenues 1805#8211;20

Lascelles sugar production 1829#8211;47

Lascelles sugar revenues 1829#8211;47

metropolitan credit

production data 1805#8211;20

returns

secured by mortgages

Plaxton, George

Plompton

Pole, Charles, MP

Poor Law

Poor, Richard

Powell, John

powers of attorney

Prettyjohn, John

Price, Jacob M

primogeniture

Pringle, Andrew

Pringle, Robert

privateering

prize ships

provincial networks

Provost, James

Puritans

Pym, John

Quakers, Barbados

Quaque family

Quaque, Philip

race

Barbados race laws

contemporary race relations

cooperation

institutional racism

Jamaican race laws

legal status

sexual relations

terminology

Ragatz, Lowell

Randolph, Peyton

Rankin, Ian

Rawlin, William

Rawlin, William Jr

Raymond family

Raynal, Abbé Guillaume

real estate. See plantations

religion

and Gedney Clarkes

Harewood Chapel

Puritans

Quakers. see Quakers

Salem Anglican Church

Reynolds, Mr

Rhett, William

Rice, Michael

Richmond, Surrey

Roberts, Captain John

Robertson, Richard

Robinson, John, Bishop of London

Robinson of Rokeby, Sir Thomas

Robinson, Thomas

Robley, Betsey

Robley, Clara

Robley family

Robley, John

Robley, Joseph

Robley, Phillis Aida

Robley, Sibyl

Rodney, Admiral Sir George Brydges

Rose, slave woman

Rous family

Royal African Company

Royal Society

Royall, Jacob

rum

Rumford, Benjamin Thompson, Count

runaways

Ryder, Dudley

St Domingo

St Domingue

St Domingue slave rebellion

St Hill, Annabel

St Kitts

St Louis

St Vincent, sugar trade

Salem

Salem witchcraft trials

Salmon, Sarah

Salter, Timothy

Sampson, slave

Sansom, Martha Fowke

Sasraku, Nana Ansa

sciences

Scottish merchants

Searle, Daniel

Senhouse, William

Seven Years#8217; War

Ceded Islands

effect on Caribbean trade

effect on plantations

financial crisis

Gedney Clarkes

prize goods

victualling

sexual relations, interracial

Shaftesbury, Lord

Shand, George

Sharpe, John

Sharpe, Samuel

Sharpe, William

Sheridan, Richard B

Shilstone, E. M.

Simmons, James

slander

slave revolts

Baptist War 1831

Berbice uprising 1763

Bussa#8217;s rebellion 1816

Jamaican Maroons 1745

Lascelles estates

Morranen revolt

St Domingue 1791

Tackey#8217;s rebellion 1760

Tobago 1802

slave trade

18th-century Atlantic trade

abolition 1807

abolition debate

cooperating Africans

DuBois database

financing

Gedney Clarke Sr

guarantees

Henry Lascelles

Lascelles of Northallerton

and naval warfare

slaves

17&/18th-century Barbados

Adam Smith on

amelioration debate

as securities

children

Christianisation

cooperation

credit for purchase

demography

accuracy tests

age reporting

data

Enslaved Database

family groups

fertility

gender

generated life table

hazard ratios

Lascelles plantation returns

Lascelles plantations

left and right censoring (LRC)

methodologies

mortality rates

occupations

origins

#8216;own-child#8217; method

population totals 1767#8211;1836

Earl of Harewood#8217;s speech 1832

emancipation

family structures

freed slaves

household slaves

How to Make a Million from Slavery

infants

Instructions for the Management of a Plantation

interracial sexual relations

invisibility

Lascelles-Maxwell partnership

memory

mixed-race slaves

mothers#8217; names

Newton slave burial ground

old slaves

pregnant women

privileged slaves

Quaker opposition to slavery

relocation

remembering slavery

resistance

runaways

Slave Registration Return 1817

Slave Registry Bill 1816

women

Slingsby, Henry

Sloane, Sir Hans

Smith, Adam

Smith, Elizabeth

Smith, Lionel

Smith, Samuel

Smollett, Tobias

Sober family

South Sea Bubble

Southwick, Elizabeth

Special Magistrates

Spencer, James Edward

Spiar family

Stapleton Park

Staveley family

steam power

Steele, Richard

Steers and Barrons

Stevenson, Alexander

Stevenson, Anne

Stevenson family

Stevenson, Thomas

Stockdale, David

Stoke Newington

Storke, Samuel

Storm van#8217;s Gravesande, Laurens

Straw, Jack, MP

sugar trade

18th century

20th-century Barbados

1975 EC Sugar Protocol

Barbadian production

boom

colonial terms of trade

Commonwealth Sugar Agreement

financing of Caribbean trade

golden age

Jamaican production

Lascelles production 1829#8211;47

Lascelles revenues 1829#8211;47

prices

profitability

risks

Tobagonian production

types of sugar cane

Surinam

Swan, Anne

Swett, Joseph

Tackey#8217;s rebellion

Taylor, Simon

tetanus

Thin, Edward Clouston

Thin, Julia Gordon

Thin, Robert

Thirkleby

Thirkleby Hall

Thirsk

Thistlewood, Thomas

Thomas, Dalby

Thompson, Benjamin, See Rumford, Count

Thompson, Maurice

Thomson family

Thomson, James, poet

Thomson, Maurice

Thornhill, Deborah

Thornhill family

Thorpe, Miss

tobacco

Tobago

1802 slave rebellion

colonial rivalries

female slaves

French invasion

and Gedney Clarkes

Lascelles plantations

reorganisation

map

mixed-race property owners

slave demography

sugar production

types of sugar cane

Townsend, Thomas

Traill, George

Trent, Andrew

Trent, John

Trevelyan, Charlotte

Trinidad, slave mortality

turpentine

United States

See also specific places

mixed-race population

remembering slavery

Revolution

Upton, Arthur

usury laws

Utrecht, Treaty of (1713)

Vanderplank, Samuel

Vassall family

Vassall, Florentius (1689#8211;1778)

Vassall, Henry

Vassall, John (1544#8211;1625)

Vassall, John (1625#8211;88)

Vassall, Leonard (1678#8211;1737)

Vassall, Samuel (1586#8211;1667)

Vassall, William (1593#8211;c.1655#8211;7)

Vassall, William (1715#8211;1800)

Vause, Robert

victualling trade

Virginia

Atlantic trade

Gedney Clarke property

Virginia Council

Walduck, Thomas

Walker family

Walker, William

Walpole, Horace

Walpole, Sir Robert

Walton family

Walvin, James

War of Austrian Sucession

War of Jenkins#8217; Ear

War of Spanish Succession

Warren, Admiral Sir Peter

Warren, Robert

Washington family

Washington, George

Washington, Lawrence

Washington, Warner (1722#8211;90)

Waterman, Thomas

Watson, Richard

Watts, John

Watts, Robert

Weekes, Nathaniel

Weekes, Prest

Wellingborough

Went, Samuel

Wentworth family

Wentworth, Hugh Hall

West, Benjamin

West, free woman of Bridgetown

Whetstone, Jennet (†1754)

Wilcox, Nicholas

Wilkinson and Gaviller

William III

Williams, Eric

Winthrop, John Jr

Witham, Cuthbert

Witham family

Witham, George

Witham, William of Garforth

Wood, Samuel

Wood, William

Woodbridge, Dudley

Wooldridge, Thomas

Worsley, Henry

Yarico, Amerindian woman

Yea of Pyrland, Sir William

Yeates, John

Yorkshire

1807 county election

Lascelles-Clarke connections

Yorkshire Country House Partnership

Young, James

Young, Sir William



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