Lady Nugent’s Journal of Her Residence in Jamaica from 1801 to 1805
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Lady Nugent's husband was governor of Jamaica during a critical period of the Napoleonic Wars. Her personal diary conveys impressions of life among the slave-owning colonial gentry. The journal was first published in 1907.
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
The shadow of Saint-Domingue
Tribulations of a Lieutenant-Governor
Notes on a planter society
Chronology of the Nugents' residence in Jamaica
MARIA NUGENT'S JOURNAL
I. April to December, 1801
II. January to December, 1802
III. January to December, 1803
IV. January, 1804, to September 2, 1805
V. In England, September 3, 1805, to May 29, 1811
A. A letter to General Nugent from the Mosquito Indians
B. Two letters from Maria Nugent to Admiral Duckworth
C. Some King's House bills
INDEX OF PERSONS, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
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