Draft of a discourse on the subject of slavery in Jamaica
Catalogue and notices of the Bishops of the isle of St. Thomas, Congo, and Angola
Journal of Professor Chetien Smith on an exploring expedition to the River Congo
Summary tables of World Rulers
C. P. James Westmore, commander versus Thomas Starke owner of slavery African Galley
Capture by a Dunkirk man of war of a ship
Letters of the Virginia Colony
Papeles varios de Portugal
Papers relating to ecclesiastical affairs of the Papacy
Records Relating to English Colonies in America and the West Indies, 1627-1699
British Guiana Papers
Slave Trader's Accompt Book
Papeis históricos de Portugal
Papeis Historicos de Angola y Colonias, etc
Papeles varios de Indias
Papers relating to Spanish possessions in America
Papeles historicos portuguezes y espanoles.
The British Library has several collections, spanning continents and centuries. These collections range from Europe to Africa to the Americas and cover topics related to politics, economics, diplomacy, religion, culture, and slavery from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries.
London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1810 (H. Bryer)
Book — 2 v. : ill., port., plan ; 22 cm.
Appendix to Vol. I: (A) Survey of the east coast of South America from Cape Vela to the Oronoko, from actual observation and the best authority, intended to assist the trader in his access to this part of the coast
(B) General account of the bull-feasts in Spain, from the journal of the author during his early residence in Spain
(C) Merckandize landed in the various ports of France, from the island of Santo Domingo, in the year
(D) Memoirs of the Prince of Peace, late Generalissimo of the Spanish armies [i.e. Manuel Godoy]
(E) Copy of a dispatch from Major-General Carmichael to Viscout Castlereagh, dated Saint Carlos, before the city of St. Domingo, 8th July,
(F) Selection of a cargo suited, on a general scale, for the Spanish settlements in America, being the description of goods, proportions, &c. intended to assist the British trader in his assortments
Further particulars relating to the Idol or Cemi, described in page 167, Vol. I.
Contents: Appendix to Vol. II: (A) Comparative view of the highest mountains in different parts of the world, with those of Spanish America
(B) Mines in the Brazils
(D) Letter to the Spanish Americans
(E) Revolucion de Caracas
(F) Documentos relativos a reforma de Gobierno en Buenos Ayres
(G) Treaty of friendship and alliance between His Britannic Majesty and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal
Official military retirement document pertaining to Julian Resendis who served in the Spanish Army in the Regimiento de Dragones of the Sierra Gorda Province under Coronel Bernardo Tello. Contains assorted signatures and written approvals and amendments. The regiment was re-organized in October 1821 as the Ejercito Imperial de Mexico.