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Jamaica, L. I. (New York, United States) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Fort St. George (Tamil Nadu, India) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Oneida (N. Y.) (New York, United States) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Utica (New York, United States) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
United States (United States) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canaarles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Oberlin (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Richard Granville (search for this): entry stuart-charles
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
Stuart, Charles 1783- Author; born in Jamaica, W. I., about 1783; entered the British army as lieutenant in 1801; served in Madras in 1801-14; was promoted captain. He came to the United States about 1822, and spent several years in Utica, N. Y., where he became a strong abolitionist. He was the author of Immediate emancipation would be safe and profitable; Memoirs of Granville sharp; Oneida and Oberlin; The extirpation of slavery in the United States, etc. He died near Lake Simcoe, Canada, in 1865.
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