Lady Nugent"s journal of her residence in Jamaica from 1801 to 1805.

A new and rev. [4th] ed. by Philip Wright.
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Institute of Jamaica , Kingston
Jamaica -- Description and tr
ContributionsWright, Philip,
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LC ClassificationsF1870 N8 1966
The Physical Object
Pagination331p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18478266M

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Lady Nugent’S Journal Of Her Residence In Jamaica From To by Philip Wright / / English / PDF. Read Online MB Download. Related Biography Books. By Dr. Rebecca Tortello Lady Maria Nugent's Journal, written during her stay on the island from as the wife of Governor General George Nugent, is perhaps one of the most intriguing primary sources of Jamaican history available ly re-released by the UWI press, Lady Nugent's Journal, clearly unintended for publication and written without literary pretensions.

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Lady Nugent’s Journal, first published infive years after her death, covers the period of their residence in Jamaica from to Later edited editions were published in,andthe last by the University of West Indies Press. Buy Lady Nugent's Journal; Jamaica One Hundred Years Ago: Reprinted from a Journal Kept by Maria, Lady Nugent, from toIssued for Private Circu by Nugent, Lady Maria (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Slavery, Sugar, and the Culture of Refinement, Picturing the British West Indies, New Haven: Yale University Press, p ; Ibid, p.

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She told her journal that the ‘creole language’ was shared by black and white women, and as proof recorded with disgust that ‘I. Women's Correspondence - Letters in History. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

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In the frontispiece of her journal Maria looks like a pleasant and attractive young woman, with fashionable dark curls and big bright eyes. She was born in in New Jersey into a Loyalist family which supported the British during the American War of Independence, and the family moved to England after peace had been declared.

Nugent, M.Lady Nugent's Journal of her residence in Jamaica from toNew and revised edition by Philip Wright, Institute of Jamaica, Kingston, p Introduction and Editorial. Lady Nugent’s Journal of her residence in Jamaica from to New and revised edition edited by Philip Wright, Institute of Jamaica, Kingston, New and revised edition edited by Philip Wright, Institute of Jamaica, Kingston,   A Lady in Jamaica – Book Review Anne M Powers Comment There is relatively little available about eighteenth century Jamaica written by women, unless you count the diary of Lady Nugent, written on the cusp of the nineteenth century, but recently memoirs of nineteenth century Jamaica have started to appear.