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An Abridgement of the Laws of Jamaica 2nd Ed., 1802
An answer to a calumny with some remarks upon an anonimous pamphlet addressed to his grace the duke of New Castle. W. Wilkins, 1728
An Inquiry concerning the Trade, Commerce, and Policy of Jamaica … With an appendix, etc. Jamaica, 1759
Anderson, William Wemyss. A Description and History of the Island of Jamaica, Comprising an Account of Its Soil, Climate, and Productions, Shewing Its Value and Importance as an Agricultural Country, and a Desirable Place of Residence for Certain Classes of Settlers. Jamaica: George Henderson, 1851

Bandinel, James. Some Account of the Trade in Slaves from Africa As Connected With Europe and America, 1842
Barclay, Alexander. A Practical View of the Present State of Slavery in the West Indies, 1826 
Barham, Henry. Hortus Americanus: containing an account of the trees, shrubs, and other vegetable productions of South-America and the West India Islands, and particularly of the island of Jamaica … Kingston, Jamaica: Alexander Aikman, 1794
Beckford, W.
Remarks upon the Situation of Negroes in Jamaica, 1788 
Beckford, William. A Descriptive Account of the Island of Jamaica Vol. 1, 1790
Bleby, Henry.
Death Struggles of Slavery: Being a Narrative of Facts and Incidents, 1853 
Bleby, Henry. The Reign of Terror: A Narrative of Facts, 1868 
Bridges, George W. (Rev). The Annals of Jamaica 2nd ed., 1828   
Bridges, George Wilson, Rev. A Voice from Jamaica in Reply to William Wilberforce, 1823 
British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society. Reasons for temporarily suspending the constitution of Jamaica. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 1839
Browne, Patrick. The Civil and Natural History of Jamaica in 3 Parts … Illustrated with Fifty Copperplates. London: The Author, 1756

Buchner, J. H.
The Moravians in Jamaica: History of the Mission of the United Brethren’s Church to the Negroes in the Island of Jamaica, From
the Year 1754 to 1854
, 1854 

Burdett, William. The Life and Exploits of Three-Finger’d Jack, 1801 
Buxton, Thomas F. Letter on the Slave Trade, 1838 
Clarkson, Thomas. Not a Labourer Wanted for Jamaica, 1842
Clarkson, Thomas. The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade. Vol. 1, 1808
Cockburn, Frederick, Editor. Charge of the Lord Chief Justice of England to Grand Jury in the Case of the Queen Versus  Nelson and Brand, 1867 
Cooper, Thomas. Facts illustrative of the condition of the Negro slaves in Jamaica, Volume 10. London: J. Hatchard and Son, 1824.
Cropper, James. Pamphlet on Slavery, vol. 1. Letters Addressed to William Wilberforce, M.P. Recommending the Encouragement of the Cultivation of Sugar in Our Dominions in the East Indies… Total Abolition of the Slave-trade. London: Longman, Hurst and Co., 1822
Papers on Jamaica: Descriptive of its Soil, Climate, Productions and Physical Aspects, 1867
The Etymology of Jamaica Grammar , 1868 
Jamaica Addresses to His Excellency Edward John Eyre, Esquire, 1866
Dallas, Robert Charles. The History of the Maroons from their origin to the establishment of their Chief Tribe at Sierra Leone: Including the Expedition to Cuba for the Purpose of Procuring Spanish Chasseurs and the State of the Island of Jamaica for the Last Ten Years with a Succinct History of the Island Previous to that Period in Two Volumes. Vol. 2. London:  T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1803.
Dancer, Thomas. 
A Short Dissertation on the Jamaica Bath Waters: To which is Prefixed, an Introduction Concerning Mineral Waters in General. Kingston, Jamaica: D. Douglass & Alex. Aikman, 1784.
Duncan, Peter Rev. A Narrative of the Wesleyan Mission to Jamaica, 1849
Falconbridge, Alexander. An account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa. London: J. Phillips, 1788.
Finlason, William F. The History of the Jamaica Case, 1869 
Foulks, Theodore. Eighteen Months in Jamaica; with Recollections of the Late Rebellion, 1833
Gardner, William James. A history of Jamaica: from its Discovery by Christopher Columbus to the Present Time… London: Elliot Stock, 1873
George, Hallam.
Narrative of a voyage from Montego Bay, in the Island of Jamaica, to England … across the Island of Cuba to Havanna… Printed for C.J.G. & F. Rivington, 1831.
Gorrie, John. Illustrations of Martial Law in Jamaica, 1867 
Gosse, Philip H. The Birds of Jamaica, 1847   
Gosse, Phillip Henry. A Naturalist’s Sojourn in Jamaica, 1851
Griffin, Richard. Marly Or, A Planter’s Life in Jamaica, 1828
Hakewill, James. A Picturesque Tour of the Island of Jamaica, 1825
Harvey, Thomas & William Brewin. Jamaica in 1866: a Narrative of a Tour Through the Island, 1867 
Blue Book: Island of Jamaica 1870, 1871
Hill, Richard. Lights and Shadows of Jamaica History, 1859
Hinton, John H. Memoir of William Knibb: Missionary in Jamaica,1849 
Hume, Hamilton. The Life of Edward John Eyre: Late Governor of Jamaica, 1867
Interesting tracts, relating to the Island of Jamaica, consisting of curious state-papers, councils of war, letters, petitions, narratives, &c.&c. which throw great light on the history of that Island, from its conquest, down to the year 1702. Jamaica: Lewis, Lunan and Jones, 1800.
Jackson, Robert. A Treatise on the Fevers of Jamaica, 1791
Jamaica. Assembly. Proceedings of the Hon. House of Assembly of Jamaica on the sugar and slave-trade, in a session which began the 23rd of October, 1792. London: Stephen Fuller, Agent for Jamaica, 1793.     
Jamaica As It Was, As It Is and As It May Be, 1835
JAMAICA. Parliament. Assembly. An historical Account of the Sessions of Assembly, for … Jamaica: began on … the 23d of Sept. 1755, being the Second Sessions of that Assembly. Containing a vindication of … C. Knowles … then Governor of that Island, etc. MS. Notes.  London
Jamaica. Slave Trade Committee. The Report from a Committee of the House of Assembly of Jamaica: Appointed … E.P. Lyon, 1805.

Jamaica: The Speech of W. Burge Esq, QC Agent for Jamaica at the Bar of the House of Commons against the Bill, 1839
Jamaica Under the Apprenticeship System by a Proprietor, 1838
Leslie, Charles. A new and exact account of Jamaica … With a particular account of the sacrifices, libations, etc. at this day, in use among the Negroes. The third edition. To which is added an appendix, containing an account of Admiral Vernon’s success at Porto Bello and Chagre. 3rd Edition. Edinburgh: R. Flemmings,  1740
Lewis, Matthew Gregory. 
Journal of a West-India Proprietor: Kept During a Residence in the Island of Jamaica. London: John Murray, 1834.
Long, Edward. The History of Jamaica Vol. 1, 1774 
Long, Edward. The History of Jamaica Vol. 2, 1774 
Lunan, John. An Abstract of the Laws of Jamaica Relating to the Slaves, 1819 
Macfayden, James.  The Flora of Jamaica, 1837 
M’ Mahon, Benjamin.  Jamaica Plantership, 1839
Marsden, Peter. An Account of the Island of Jamaica with Reflections on the Treatment, Occupation, and Provisions Slaves, 1788 
Mathison, Gilbert. Notices Respecting Jamaica in 1808-1809-1810, 1811 
Merewether, Henry Alworth.  Jamaica: The Speech of Mr. Serjeant Merewether, at the Bar of the House of Commons, Against the Bill Intituled “An Act to Make Temporary Provision for the Government of Jamaica,” Tuesday, 23d April 1839. London: Calkin & Budd, 1839.
Ogle, Chaloner. The tryal of sir Chaloner Ogle … before the chief justice of Jamaica, for an assault … on … mr. Trelawney the governor … on the 22nd day of July last. London: Printed for W. Webb, 1743.
The privileges of the Island of Jamaica Vindicated, 1766 
Papers Relative to the West Indies, Part 1. Jamaica, 1840
Phillippo, James M.  Jamaica: Its Past and Present State, 1843 
Pim, Bedford, Commander. The Negro and Jamaica, 1866   
Pinckard, Henry. Observations on the Management and Extraordinary Losses of Jamaica Steam Navigation Company, 1838
Price, George Edward. Jamaica and the Colonial Office: Who Caused the Crisis? London: S. Low and Marston, 1866 Renny, Robert.  An History of Jamaica with Observation,1807
Ridgway, James. Slave Law of Jamaica with Proceedings and Documents, 1828   
Roughley, Thomas. The Jamaica Planter’s Guide, 1823  
Sloane, Hans. A Voyage to the Islands Madera, Barbados, Nieves, S. Christophers and Jamaica, with the Natural History, 1707
South Sea Company. The trade granted to the south sea company considered with relation to Jamaica. For Samuel Crouch, 1714.   
Stewart, J. View of the Past and Present State of the Island of Jamaica, 1823 
Stewart, John.  An Account of Jamaica and Its Inhabitants, 1808
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa, the African. The Author, 1794.
The Laws of Jamaica: 1760-1792. Volume 2. 2nd edition.  Jamaica: A. Aikman, printer to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, 1802

The Laws of Jamaica Passed in the Year 1867, 1867
The Laws of Jamaica Vol. 1, 1802   
The Laws of Jamaica Vol. 5, 1824   
The Laws of Jamaica Vol. 6, 1817 
The Laws of Jamaica Vol. 7, 1824
The Proceedings of the Governor and Assembly of Jamaica in Regard to the Maroon Negroes, 1796
Waymouth, Henry. Facts and Documents connected with the Late Insurrection in Jamaica, 1832
Whiteley, Henry. Three Months In Jamaica, in 1832 Comprising a Residence of Seven Weeks on a Sugar Plantation, 1833
William, Cynric R. A Tour through the Island of Jamaica from the Western to the Eastern End in the Year 1823, 1826
Yelsnat, Leumas. The sailor’s opera: or, A trip to Jamaica, Volume 1. London: For the Author, 1745.