Earle, Mrs. Alice M., cited,
on slavery in New England, 7, 8 ; on Indian slaves, 73. n.
on slave life in Connecticut, 75. East Indies, slave-girl from,
liberated by Judge Allen, 74. Ellegoode, Col. Jacob,
owns slaves, 31 :
baptism of his slaves. S5; grandson of, 31, n.
inse. rated. 140.
Imperial Act of 1833, 124.
in Canada. 125 ;
results of to N. S., 123 ;
Halifax 'merchants and, 124. Enfranchisement of slaves in 1512,122 English opinionson N. S. slavery, log. Escapes,
of slaves to Canada, 329, 130. 135. Evans, Henry. has slave, t5.
Earn inc Post, The N. \'., quoted,137. Everetts, The, Kingston,
hold slaves, 40.
Estee, Ch.-justice of Bermuda, cited on slavery, 346.
Fairbanks, J., his bequest to slave, 84 Falmouth, N. S., slaves at, 12, 35.62. Fame, John, slave, t}
Fanning. Gov-., manumits slaves. 70. Farish, slave-holder, 79.
has Indian slave at Niagara. .1S : advertisement of Indian slave by, 72.
Finkle's Point, Rath, Out., treatment of slave at. 77.
First slave in New Brunswick, it. Fitch. Simon. slave conveyed to, 65. Flora. slave set free by will. 91. Fonda, Major,
Food allowance of slaves, 52.
Fort Cumberland, N. B.,
slaves at. 38.
Fort Lawrence. N. S.,
slaves at. 1S. 88.
Fortune, Richard, slave,
bequest to, 84.
buys and conveys slave, 51. France,
institutes slavery in Canada, 3. Francis, slave, freed by will, 91. Fraser. Rev. Ed., account of. 90, a. Fraser, J., unable to retain slave. 96.