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The London Missionary Society's report of the proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, minister of the gospel, who was tried under martial law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves : from a full and correct copy, transmitted to England by Mr. Smith's counsel, and including the documentary evidence omitted in the parliamentary copy : with an appendix, containing the letters and statements of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Elliot, Mr. Arrindell, &c., and, also, the society's petition to the House of Commons : the whole published under the authority of the directors of the said society.

The London Missionary Society's report of the proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, minister of the gospel, who was tried under martial law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves : from a full and correct copy, transmitted to England by Mr. Smith's counsel, and including the documentary evidence omitted in the parliamentary copy : with an appendix, containing the letters and statements of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Elliot, Mr. Arrindell, &c., and, also, the society's petition to the House of Commons : the whole published under the authority of the directors of the said society.

 
 

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