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Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies

Thomas Tryon

Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies

In three parts. I. A brief treatise of the most principal fruits and herbs that grow in the East & West Indies; giving an account of their respective vertues both for food and physick, and what planet and sign they are under. Together with some directions for the preservation of health and life in those hot climates. II. The complaints of the negro-slaves against the hard usages and barbarous cruelties inflicted upon them. III. A discourse in way of dialogue, between an Ethiopean or negro-slave, and a Christian that was his master in America. By Philotheos Physiologus

by Thomas Tryon

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Published by Printed by Andrew Sowle in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slavery -- Jamaica -- Condition of slaves -- Early works to 1800,
  • Slavery -- Barbados -- Conditions of slaves -- Early works to 1800,
  • Jamaica -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800,
  • Barbados -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBrief treatise of the principal fruits and herbs that grow in Barbadoes, Jamaica, and other plantations in the West Indies, Negro"s complaint of their hard servitude, and the cruelties practised upon them by divers of their masters professing Christianity in the West-Indian plantations, Discourse in way of dialogue, between an Ethiopean or Negro-slave and a Christian, that was his master in America
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2158:23
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 222, [2] p
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15412149M

    Tryon’s eager account of these new imports, “A Brief Treatise of the Principal Fruits and Herbs that Grow in Barbadoes, Jamaica, and other Plantations in the West-Indies”—the first portion of his three-volume collection Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies ()—is an interesting case study in the. Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies. London: Printed by Andrew Sowle, In the s, English merchant and author Thomas Tryon traveled to Barbados and witnessed the horrors of slavery firsthand.

    Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies (London, ), Wing T The first part of the work is a treatise on fruits and herbs grown in the Indies and their "respective Vertues"; the second is a plea for a more humane treatment of Negro slaves. Tryon has thirty-two entries in Wing, and the Library now has fifteen.   A Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies. N. Trans. London: Project Gutenberg. Web. 20 Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies.

    Richard Ligon, A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados, in Caribbeana: An Anthology of English Literature of the West Indies, ed. Thomas Krise (U of Chicago P, ), Thomas Tryon, Friendly Advice to Gentlemen Planters of the East and West Indies, in Caribbeana, A philosophical and political history of the settlements and trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies by Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), ; Justamond, John Obadiah, d. , tr.


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Author: Tryon, Thomas, Title: Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies In three parts. A brief treatise of the most principal fruits and herbs that grow in the East & West Indies; giving an account of their respective vertues both for food and physick, and what planet and sign they are under.

Similar Items. Friendly advcie [sic] to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies: in three parts / by: Tryon, Thomas, Published: () A true & exact history of the island of Barbados: illustrated with a mapp of the island, as also the principall trees and plants there, set forth in their due proportions and shapes, drawne out by their severall and respective scales.

Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies: In Three Parts. A Brief Treatise of the Most Principal Fruits and Herbs That Grow in the East & West Indies, Giving an Account of Their Respective Vertues Both for Food and Physick, and What Planet and Sign They Are Under.

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Anonymous "The Speech of Moses Bon Saam " () 7. Robert Robertson From The Speech of Mr. John Talbot Campo-bell () 8. Frances Seymour. The Penguin Book of Caribbean Verse in English. Harmondsworth, UK: Penguin, () and Thomas Tryon’s dialogue Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies ().

Excellent introduction and notes. These appeared as parts II and III of Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies (London, ). 18 February The Germantown Protest, sometimes also referred to as The German Mennonite Resolution against Slavery, the first formal protest against slavery to be made in the British American colonies, is.

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Villault, Nicolas, Sieur de Bellefond, A Relation of the Coasts of Africk Called Guinee (London, ). On the West Indies’ economic dependence on the American mainland, Thomas Tryon, Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies (London: ), Google Scholar.

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Friendly advcie [sic] to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies: in three parts. [Thomas Tryon] Home. WorldCat Home About Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies: Responsibility: by Philotheos Physiologus.

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Robert Robertson From The Speech of Mr. John Talbot Campo-bell () s: 3. Thomas Tryon, Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies [London]: Andrew Soule, Acquired (A T79)Slavery established itself more quickly in Britain’s Caribbean possessions than in its North American colonies.

Although the colonies in the West Indies were as important to the expanding British empire as those in North America, writings from the British West Indies have been conspicuously absent from anthologies of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century British literature.

In this first literary Price: $ All left important statements about slavery, but Tryon’s Friendly advice to the gentlemen planters of the East and West Indies, which blended agricultural, medicinal, and nutritional advice with a moral argument against slavery, was perhaps the broadest attempt to persuade both Quakers and others to abandon slavery.

Thomas Tryon From Friendly Advice to the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies () 4. Edward Ward A Trip to Jamaica () 5. Anonymous "A Speech Made by a Black of Guardaloupe" () 6.

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Our Classic Plantation teak collection has been designed and handmade for our company for more than twenty years. Thomas Tryon, Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies In three parts (London, ) Alexander Whitaker, Good nevves from Virginia (London, ) Roger Williams, A key into the language of America (London, ) William Williams, Cambridge Ephemeris: An Almanac (Cambridge, ).

Seventeenth-century and early eighteenth century English opposition to slavery can also be explored, including the work of the London merchant Thomas Tyron () Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies (), who criticised the corruption, immorality, and cruelty of Caribbean planters.the Gentlemen-Planters of the East and West Indies ().3 Thomas Tryon () was a merchant of London who appears in the Term Catalogues as a " student of Physicks." 4 In 3 Phylotheos Physiologus [Thomas Tryon], Friendly Advice to the Gentle-men-Planters of the East and West Indies (London, ).