Journal the Barbados Musuem & Historical Society

THE JOURNAL OF THE BARBADOS MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Subject Index to Volumes and Bulletins 
(Nov. 1933 - Aug. 1966)

An index to the subjects to be found in the Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society (JBMHS) 1933-1966. Originally compiled by the Barbados Department of Archives.

Subject Index

Journal the Barbados Musuem & Historical Society

THE JOURNAL OF THE BARBADOS MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Subject Index to Volumes and Bulletins 
(Nov. 1933 - Aug. 1966)

An index to the subjects to be found in the Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society (JBMHS) 1933-1966. Originally compiled by the Barbados Department of Archives.

Subject Index

A

A.D.C.’s dinner book, 1877-1880, XXII, 157; XXIII, 49
Abolition of slavery, 1 Aug. 1834, centenary, I, 216
Absconding Act, XXI, 175
Acts, XXI, 63, 175; XXIII, 80
Acts, etc., publication of, in parish churches, XXI, 16
Adams, Conradt, of St. Joseph, deeds, XXIII, 183
Adams, Sir Grantley, XXIV, 151
Agent, XVIII, 24
Agent, proposed abolition of, 1848, XIV, 109
Albert, Prince, 1913, Bull. 7
Alfred, Prince, 1861, XXVIII, 56; Bull. 7
Alfred Victor, Prince, 1879, Bull. 7
Alga, freshwater, XXIX, 38
Alleyne family, I, 104; III, 100, 153, 223; IV, 34, 85, 134, 189; V, 32, 101, 151, 190; XVI, 128; XVII, 63; XXI, 52
Alleyne, Sir John Gay, XVI, 128; XVII, 63
Almanacs, book and pocket, XXVIII, 78
Ambler family, X, 196
American Civil War, XXX, 71
Amerindians, see also Arawak; Carib. in Iouanalao, XXVII, 49; relics, XXVII, 123
Anderson, Margaret S., obituary, XX, 137
Andrews plantation, St. Joseph, I, 90; XIV, 139
Anglo-American Conference of Historians, Sixth, XXIV, 2, 52
Anne, Queen, accession, I, 36
Antilles, French, see West Indies, French
Applewhaite family, VI, 184; VII, 8
Applewhaites plantation, 1654, XXII, 186
Applied biology, exhibition method for, XIV, 102
Arabic MS., XIV, 5
Arawak; see also Amerindian; relics, Taylor, collection, XIX, 1, 151
Arbor Day, VI, 3
Archbishop of Canterbury, William Temple, IX, 125
Archer, Margaret, query, III,. 129
Armstrong, George Leslie, IX, 16
Arnold (or Arnoll) family, XVII, 34
Arrowroot production, XXXI, 131
Art in the British West Indies, XIX, 53
Arundell, Sir Robert and Lady, XX, 153; XXVI, 152, 153
“As dead as cage”, IX, 51
Assemblies, powers of, XXI, 70
Assembly, see House of Assembly
Assistant Court of Appeal, centenary, V, 129
Association of non-resident proprietors, XXVI, 12
Atmospheric turbulence, VII, 151
Austin, Mary, murder of, IX, 89
Austin, Sir Harold, obituary, X, 194

B

Bacchante, H.M.S., visit, 1879, Bull. 7
Ball family, II, 14; IV, 188
Barbadian dialect, review, XXIII, 2, 52
"Barbadian" newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
Barbados and New England, notes, XIV, 164; XV, 132
Barbados and Tobago, 1689-1699, XII, 122
Barbados bibliography, II, 155, 220; III, 20; XXI, 20; and see Haynes
Barbados collection and entries under B.M.H.S. Librarian’s notes
Barbados commercial geography, review, XXIX, 40
Barbados economic geography, review, VII, 85
Barbados expansion, XIII, 106 and see Emigration
Barbados geography, VII, 85; XXIX, 40, 119
Barbados geology, I, 49, 57; V, 11; XXX, 3
Barbados history from geological strata, I, 57
Barbados history, “Old Barbados”, III, 137, 211; IV, 12, 53, 109, 167; V, 3, 85, 130; VI, 26, 74, 139, 191
Barbados history, Prize Courts, V, 186; VI, 10, 59, 117; VII, 136
Barbados history of, short, XXVII, 7, 87
Barbados in 1631, XXI, 5
Barbados in 1640, XXVII, 124
Barbados in 1654, V, 184
Barbados in 1672, XIV, 2
Barbados in 1683/4, III, 44
Barbados in 1710/1, XV, 27, 61, 84, 137
Barbados in 1718, X, 118
Barbados in 1741, IX, 81
Barbados in 1755, XV, 171
Barbados in 1788, XVIII, 24
Barbados in 1803, II, 210
Barbados in 1830, XXX, 22
Barbados in 1840, VIII, 3
Barbados in 1849, XXVIII, 128
Barbados in 1938, VI, 100
Barbados in notes (Notitiae), XXI, 20
Barbados in records in, Guide to, review, XXXI, 164
Barbados in tales of old Barbados, XII, 171
Barbados in views, XIX, 170
“Barbados Globe” newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
“Barbados Mercury” newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Acquisitions, see B.M.H.S.
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Librarian’s notes
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Anniversary, XX, 52
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Annual reports, see B.M.H.S. Proceedings
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Art Department, XIX, 61; XXI, 153
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Art Gallery, XVII, 61, 82
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Biological exhibition methods, XIV, 12, 102
Barbados Museum and Historical Society By-laws, 1962, Bull. 1
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Children's Gallery, XXVIII, 51, 127; XXIX, 2, 78; fund, XXVI, 104, 202; XXVII, 48, 123, 155; guide, Bull. 3; opening, XXX, 182
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Children’s Museum, XIV, 12, 47; XIX, 190
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Collections fund, XVIII, 113; XIX, 52; XX, 103; XXII, 106
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Coronation Gallery, XX, 154; XXI, 39, 52, 101, 153; XXII, 105, 107
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Council, XXIX, 71 and see B.M.H.S. Proceedings
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Cunard Gallery, XXXI, 2, 106; and see Cunard collection
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Curator, XV, 117
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Exhibitions and lectures, I, 12; XVI, 158; XVII, 1, 61, 159; XVIII, 1, 101; XIX, 1, 52, 101, 151; XX, 1, 52, 104, 153; XXI, 1, 51, 102, 154; XXII, 51; XXIII, 52; XXV, 53; XXIX, 78
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Free opening, IV, 50; XVI, 158
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Gifts, XIV, 101; XVII, 62, 160; XIX, 101; XXX, 2; see also B.M.H.S. Librarian's notes
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Government grant, XIX, 101
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Guide, XXIII, 30
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Headquarters, I, 47, 52
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Herbarium Department, II, 5; IV, 123; VI, 167
Barbados Museum and Historical Society History of formation, I, .3
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Honorary Secretary, XIX, 2
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Illustration, XXIII, front
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Journal, I, 102; XV, 1; XIX, 2, 152; XXI, 154; XXV, 101; XXX, 2
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Journal, advertising in, XIX, 2
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Journal, editorial notes, passim.
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Journals, preserving from insects, I, 101
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Jubilee Gallery, II, 226; IV, 140
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Librarian’s notes (later “Gifts” or “Recent acquisitions”), I, 43, 108, 181, 220; II, 47, 106, 182, 245; III, 72, 127, 185, 238; IV, 105, 161, 211; V, 52, 115, 165, 213; VI, 56, 110, 170, 224; VII, 96, 150, 198; VIII, 43, 97, 146, 201; IX, 56, 108, 152; X, 146; XI, 157; XII, 204; XIII, 99, 211; XVI, 82,XVI, 151, 217; XVII, 4, 45, 142, 205; XVIII, 85, 179; XIX, 46, 93, 145, 202; XX, 152; XXI, 49, 151, 201; XXII, 50, 137; XXIII, 48, 127; XXIV, 98, 148, 174; XXV, 99, 150, 199; XXVI, 149; XXVII, 46, 120, 156; XXVIII, 26, 84, 151; XXIX, 92, 154; XXX, 54, 102, 165; XXXI, 36, 135, 208
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Marine Zoological Department, VII, 3; XXII, 187
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Membership, XIV, 163; XVI, 2; XVII, 1
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Museum, III, 197; XIV, 163; XVI, 2; XVII, 1; XVIII, 2; XIX, 52, 101; XX, 1, 103; XXI, 153, 158; XXII, 106, 155; XXIV, 151
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Museum, novelist’s description of, XXIV, 100
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Notes and comments, I, 47, 102
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Patrons, XVII, 1; XX, 153
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Portrait Gallery, I, 40
Barbados Museum and Historical Society President, XXVI, 53; XXX, 1
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Proceedings, I, 33, 99, 146, 217; 11, 43, 103, 175, 241; III, 69, 124, 177, 235; IV, 47, 1 01, 149, 206; V, 48, 113, 159, 211; VI, 51, 97, 160, 216; VII, 54, 94, 141; VIII, 41, 95, 132, 198,; IX, 54, 102, 204; X, 35, 91, 103, 150; XI, 3, 66, 113, 164; XII, 51, 55, 121; XIII, 93, 209; XIV, 95, 159; XV, 111; XVI, 75; XVII, 119; XVIII, 143; XIX, 70; XX, 86; XXI, 72; XXII, 74; XXIII, 128; XXIV, 67; XXV, 74; XXVI, 130; XXVII, 94; XXVIII, 116; XXIX, 81; XXX, 109; Bull. 2; Bull. 4; Bull. 6; Bull. 8
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Recent acquisitions, see B.M.H.S. Librarian's notes
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Seal, I, 7
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Showcases, XX, 1
Barbados Museum and Historical Society stamp collection, XXIV, 99
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Sugar Gallery, XXXI, 106
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Visit of Minister of Education, XXIX, 35
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Visit of Premier, XXX, 1
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Visitors, number of, XVIII, 2
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Young, Sir Mark, and, II, 13
Barbados Museum and Historical Society Zoological Department, see B.M.H.S. Marine Zoological Department
Barbados Mutual Life Assurance Society, XXXI, 61, 73, 152, 197
Barbados Publicity Committee, 1932, XXX, 58, 60
Baronets, the thirteen, II, 89; XXIII, 190
Barrallier, [Francis] surveyor, XXI, 70
Barton, Hon. Guy T., XXIV, 51; XXVII, 123
Bascom, Hubert P., obituary, II, 183
Batts Rock, XXIII, 124
Bawdons plantation, XXIII, 123
Beachmount Hotel, St. Joseph, VI, 55
Baxters Valley plantation, XX, 202;XXIII, 123
Beckles family, VIII, 7; XII, 3; XXIX, 92
Bell, Capt. William, visit, 1829-30,XXX, 20, 22
Bellaire, Comdr. Carlyon Wilfroy, obituary, XXII, 155
Bellaire Research Institute, XXII, 155; XXIX, 41
Benson records, XXVII, 130
Beresford, J.H. de la Poer, XII 174
Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne, XIII, 161; XIV, 77
Bibliography of Barbados, II, 155, 220; III, 20; XXI, 20; see also Haynes collection and entries under· B.M.H.S. Librarian’s notes
Bickley family, XVIII, 83
Biology, exhibition methods, XIV, 12, 102
Birds, II, 53, 135; III, 28; V, 119; XIX, 3
Birds, fossil, XXXI, 3
Birds, skins, II, 48, 108, 183, 246; III, 73
Bishop for the West Indies, XI, 96
Bishop of Barbados, etc., commission 1824, XX, 121
Bishop of Barbados, Coleridge, William Hart, VIII, 8; XX, 121
Bishop of Barbados, Parry, XXI, 51
Bishop of London, Commission of Surrogate, XV, 174
Bishop's Court, “Gibraltar”, XXV, 38
Blackmans plantation, XXIV, 79
Blenman, Jonathan, VI, 117
Blood, Sir Hilary, XVI, 1
Boatmen's fares, 1832, XIX, 132
Boer War echoes, XXVII, 47
Bond masters, XIX, 49, 95, 148
Book preservation, I, 101
Borden, Joseph & Anne, XIV, 164
Boscobel vicarage, IX, 198
Bostock family, XX, 20
Botanical magazine, and William Curtis, XVIII, 102, 118
Boughton, John, query, III, 129
Bovell, J.C., X, 103
Bowen family, VIII, 47
Bowen, Dr. Thomas, XXX, 71
Brancker, J.E.T., XXIX, 35
Brathwaite, John, evidence on conditions of slaves in Barbados 1788, XVIII, 24
Brent, John, 1663, XXIII, 189
Bridgetown and environs, place names, XXI, 62; XXV, 127
Bridgetown arms, XXX, 19
Bridgetown fire, XXV, 127, 164; XXVII, 2, 4
Bridgetown mercantile community in 1863, XXX, 99
Bridgetown old days and old ways, V, 169
Bridgetown shopping centres 100 years ago, XXY, 164
Bridgetown sketch plan, XXV, 133
Bridgetown view, XXV, 132
Briggs, Sir Graham, Bart., XXIII, 103
Bristol, servants, 1654-1686, XIV, 48, 143, 196; XV, 216; XVI, 95, 152; XVII, 143; XVIII, 86, 180; XIX,47, 95, 148
British West Indies, see West Indies, British
Bromehall plantation, XXIII, 113, 116, 122
Brother's Rock, XII, 176
Brotherton collection, documents, etc., relating to Barbados, XXIV, 175; XXV, 52
Broughton, John, III, 129
Bryden, A.S., obituary, III, 133
Buchan, John, “Life of Oliver Cromwell”, West Indian references in, II, 231
Buildings & historic sites, I, 16, 90; XII, 208; XIII, 140; XX, 73; XXVI, 111
Bulkeley school, St. George, XXI, 133
Bully Tree plantation, XXIII, 113, 116, 122
Burial place, private, I, 24, 90; XXI, 66
Burnham, Thomas, query, XXI, 149
Burnt House, XXV,149
Bush teas, XVI, 103
Butcher School, St. George, XXI, 133
Butcher Trust & Golden Ridge plantation, XIX, 4
Byam, William, of Surinam, 1663-5, XXIII, 187
Bynoe, Benjamin, review, XVII, 42

C

Cable, Atlantic, XXXI, 71
Caddy, J.H., paintings of the West Indies, III, 186
Cage, I, 49; V, 171
Cage, as dead as”, IX, 51
Cage, John, IX, 51
Canada, XXVI, 103; XXXI, 194
Canadian national steamships, XXVI, 137
Cancelling marks, Post Office, XI, 76
Candler, John, visit, 1849, XXVIII, 128
Carew, Christopher, deed, 1663, XXIII, 118
Caribbean, Britain and the U.S.A. in, review, XXIII, 50
Caribbean historical review, No. 1 Dec. 1950, review, XVIII, 102, 177
Caribs, see also Amerindian
Caribs of Dominica, 1902 report, V, 18
Carleton family, IX, 32
Carter, see GilbertCarter
Carter, E.B., XXX, 57
Carter, Sir Gilbert, XXI, 3
Catholic Church in Barbados in 19th century, history of, XXV, 102
Cattle distemper, XIII, 39
Cemeteries, I, 23
Census of 1715, Christ Church, V, 194; VI, 41, 87, 152, 218; VII, 50, 87
Census of 1715, St. George, VII, 194; VIII, 36,138
Census of 1715, St. Michael, IV, 72, 141, 196; V, 39, 109
Census of 1715, St. Thomas, VIII, 140; IX, 144
Centenarians, XXV, 53; XXVIII, 1, 85
Centenaries Abolition of slavery, 1 Aug. 1834, I, 216
Centenaries Assistant Court of Appeal, 1838, V, 129
Centenaries Harrison College bicentenary, 1733, I, 39
Centenaries Post Office, 1852, XIX, 170
Centenaries St. Paul’s Chapel, I, 48
Central Schools, XXXI, 31. 65, 155; 196
Chaderton, Rev. William, XVII, 185; XVIII, 155
Chairs, see Furniture
Chalky Mount, lands and freeholds, XV, 155
Chalky Mount Arrowroot Growers' Association, XXXI, 131
Challenor, Brig. Gen. Edward Lacy, XXVII, 65
Chancery, Court of, XI, 61; XXIII, 179; see also Courts
Chancery records (England), Andrews Plantation, XIV, 139
Chandler, Sir John, XXI, 153; XXVII, 123; XXX, 1
Chandler, Mrs. J. D., X, 103
Chandler, Peter, 1864, XVIII, 126
Chapman, Dr. M.J., XVI, 14; XVIII, 155; XXXI, 194
Charterhouse pupils, XIV, 188
Charters, James, deed, 1660, XXIV, 78
Chase vault, Christ Church, XII, 126; XIII, 55
Chester, Mrs. Eliza, query, XIII, 104
Chief Secretary, XXV, 53
Children's museum, see B.M.H.S. Children’s Museum
ChristChurch, II, 143
Christ Church Census 1715, see Census
Christ Church Chase vault, see Chase vault
Christ Church Churchyard, Dover, XXVII, 89
Christ Church Foundation School, VIII, 66
Churches, IV, 5; V, 180; VI, 55; XIII, 161
Churches, parish, publication of acts, notices, etc. in, XXI, 16
Churchyard, Dover, XXVII, 89
Clarke, Carleton Howell, obituary, XXIX, 36
Clarke, Sir Frederick J., first President of B.M.H.S., I, 51; XI, 161 (obit. & port.)
Clarke, Sir Robert Bowcher, VIII, 8
Clarke, Theresa Matilda, Lady, XXVIII, 1; XXIX, 118 (obit.)
Clement, Susanna, query, XIII, 216
Clergy widow and orphan society, XXXI, 64
Clergymen licensed to Barbados, XV, 62; XVI, 21
Clifford, John, XIV, 2
Clinkett, Abel, VIII, 12
Clutterbuck, William, deed, 1662, XXIII, 111
Cochrane, Dr. Edgar, XXXI, 2
Cocoa growing, XXVI, 35
Codrington, Captain General Christopher, expedition against French, XXV, 96, 139
Codrington, General, XXI, 133
Codrington chronicle, review, XVI, 214
Codrington College; Mansion School, XVII, 63
Codrington plantations, "Bondsmen and bishops”, review, XXVI, 200
Codrington punch bowl, XXVI, 54
Coinage, XXI, 60; XXVII, 1, 107; XXX, 14, 169; see also Currency
Cole, Edward, deeds, 1661, 1663, XXIII, 176, 177
Coleridge, Bishop William Hart, VIII, 8; XX, 121
Colescave, XXXI, 64
Collymore, Sir Ernest Allan, obituary, XXIX, 158
Colonial Charity School, XXXI; 195
Colonists in bondage, review, XVI, 215
Colt, Sir Henry, diary, 1631, XXI, 5
Combermere, Lord, 1775-1865~ XXIII, 1, 53; XXXI, 25
Commercial geography of Barbados, review, XXIX, 40
Common Pleas, Court of, X, 22; XX, 128; see also Courts
Communion set, miniature, XXIV, 53
Connell, Joseph, obituary, VI, 54
Connell, Neville, XV, 117; XVI, 2
Constant plantation, XIV, 166; XXV, 149
Conventicle Act, opinion, 1825, XXI, 13
Conveyances, XX, 202; XXIII, 68, 111, 176; XXIV, 78
Copepods, pelagic, XXIV, 3
Copyhold system, X, 62
Coral reef builders, VI, 129
Corals, American tertiary foraminifera and, review XIII, 99
Cork, to Barbados, voyage, 1816, XIX, 67
Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, XX, 103; XXI 187
Cotton growing, XXVI, 33
Council, Legislative and Privy, X, 71
Council, minutes of; List of Lucas transcripts, XXI, 131
Court of Appeal at the Cockpit, XXI, 19
Courts, X, 125, 188; XI, 15; XX, 38, 117, 128; XXI, 19, 72; 179; XXV, 151
Courts, ecclesiastical, XX; 32
Craddock, Francis, indenture, 1664, XXIV, 75
Crofton’s House, XII, 208; XX, 73
Cromwell, Oliver: West Indian references in Buchan's "Life of Cromwell", II, 231
Crustacea, III, 81
Cuffum fish, XX, 43; XXI, 15, 54, 69
Cumberbatch family, IX, 32, 2OO
Cunard collection of West Indian prints, XXX, 56, 102; XXXI, 2, 106
Currency, money and, in West Indies, XVIII, 138; XIX, 164; XX, 3, 53; see also Coinage
Curtis, William, & Botanical Magazine, XVIII [?], 102, 118

D

Daily meal dispensary, XXXI, 30
Darrells plantation, St. Michael, 1647, XXII, 179
Davenport, family, XV, 132
Davers, Robert, deed, 1663, XXIII, 187
Deavenport family, review, XVIII, 83 (Bickley, Gardner, Polegreen, Miller, Dottin, Husbands)
De Bretton family, XV, 105, 167
D’Egville, Michael H.P.W.H., convicted of murder, VIII, 125; XX, 117
de Kuh, Fela, obituary, XXVI, 151
Deep water harbour, XXVIII, 127
Dering, James, XXVII, 124
Dialect, Barbadian, review, XXIII, 2, 152
“Diamond Rock,” H.M.S., XXXI, 109
Diatoms, freshwater, VI, 21
Diatoms, marine, II, 111; VIII, 18
Diatoms in oceanic beds, I, 80, 85; III, 149; IV, 9, 180; V, 144; VIII, 84, 181
Dinner book, 1877-80, A.D.C.’s, XXIII 157; XXIII, 49
Dirt eating and drinking, XXI, 71
Dissenters, XXI, 13
Distemper in cattle, horses, etc., XIII, 39
Doctors of medicine at, Edinburgh to 1845, XXVIII, 149
Dominica Caribs, 1902 report, V, 18
Dottin family, XVIII, 89
Dover Churchyard, XXVII, 89
Drax, Henry, free school or college in Bridgetown, XXI, 22, 133
Drax, property, XXIII, 75
Dripstones, XXII, 82
Dubois family, query, III, 130
Duel Rock, XII, 175
Dymock, William, deed, 1662, XXIII, 111

E

Ecclesiastical livings, patronage, XXI, 69
Echinoderms (sea eggs, star fish), II, 111; IV, 68; XXII, 137; XXVIII, 52; XXIX, 79
Economic geography of Barbados, review, VII, 85
Economic history, British West Indies VII, 59, 101
Edghill, James Young, XXII, 121; XXIII, 165; XXIV, 29
Edinburgh, doctors qualifying at, to 1845, XXVIII, 149
Editorial notes, passim.
Education as a social process, X, 108
Education of the children of the poor, Incorporated Society for, XXXI, 31
Edward, Prince, 1794, Bull. 7
Edward, Prince of Wales, 1920, Bull. 7
Elcock, Reynold Alleyne, murder of, VII, 115; VIII, 166
Elizabeth II, Queen, Coronation of, XX, 103; XXI, 187
Embioptera, order of tropical insects, XXX, 153
Emigrants from Barbados, 1679, I, 155
Emigration, XIII, 106; XXX, 156 seq.; XXXI, 23 seq., 61, 70, 155, 190
Error, Court of, see Courts
Escheat, Court of, X, 125, 188; see also Courts
Estate plans, XXV, 82
Exchequer, Court of, X, 125, 188; XX, 128; see also Courts
Executive Committee, XI, 115, 163

F

Family of islands, review, XXXI, 103
Farley Hill, St. Peter, XXIII, 103
Farre, John Richard, M.D., XVI, 10
Federal capital, XXIV, 51
Federation, XXII, 84
Federation conference, 1956, XXIII, 51; XXV, 101
Foes of patent officers and courts, 1652, XXI, 179
Fenwick, John, deed, 1664, XXIV, 75
Field family, XIX, 92
Field names, II, 166
Fishes, II 187; VI, 67; VII, 17; X, 45; xx, 43; XXI, 15, 53, 68
FitzHerbert, Sir Hugo M., obituary, II, 50
Fitzpatrick, Edwin, and his notebooks, XXVII, 101
Flora, II, 5; IV, 123; VI, 167
Flying fish, fishery, XXI, 53
Flying fish, recent developments in fishery, review, XXIV, 131
Fontabelle House, XXII, 10, 177
Fontaballe, land at, XXI, 71
Foraminifera and corals, American tertiary, review, XIII, 99
Forster, Mrs. J.M., obituary, XXX, 57
Forte, Mr., IX, 51
Fortifications, 1, 16; XIII, 54
Fossil birds, XXXI, 3
Fossils, vertebrate, Spring Bay, XXXI, 11
FoundationSchool, VIII, 66
Fountain, XXI, 26, 36, 62
Fountain Gardens, Bridgetown, XX, 85; illus.
Fountain, Montefiore, VII, 193; :XXXI, 66, 161
French West Indies, West Indies, French
Frere, Applewhaite, XVI, 113
Frere, Tobias &Lucy, XIV, 166
Freshwater alga and a water beetle associate, XXIX, 38
Freshwater diatoms, VI, 21
Friends, Society of, see Quakers
Frogs, whistling, XVII, 161
Furniture and furnishings, XX, 200; XXII, 106, 177; XXIV, 102; XXV, 40; XXVI, 162

G

Gale, Louis, obituary, XXII, 106
Gallinules, XIX, 3
Gaol, XIII, 26
Gardner family, XVIII, 83
Garnott, Rev. William, VIII, 9
Garrison, XXXI, 71, 198
Gas spring, Turner's Hall wood, XXI, 14
Gayfamily, deed, 1663, XXIII, 185
General Assembly, sec House of Assembly
Geography of Barbados, XXIX, 119
Geography of Barbados commercial, of Barbados, review, XXIX, 40
Geography of Barbados economic, of Barbados, review, VII, 85
Geological strata, I, 57
Geology, I, 49; V, 11; XXX, 3
George V, King, III, 79
George VI, death of, XIX, 51
George, Prince of Wales, 1884, Bull. 7
George Frederick, Prince, 1879, Bull.7
Georgian buildings in the West Indies, review of "Treasure in the Caribbean", XVII, 139
"Gibraltar", residence for Bishop, XXV, 38
Gilbert-Carter, Gertrude Codman, Lady, XIX, 52; XXI, 3 (obit.)
Gill, Caro, memorial exhibition, XVII, 159
Ginger growing, XXVI, 34
Ginger starch, XXI, 13
Golden Ridge plantation, Butcher fund, XIX, 4
Gooding, Rev. H.B., obituary, VIII, 144
Gordon, Rev. William, XV, 174; XVI, 41, 179; XVII, 93
Gospright, George, deed, 1663, XXIII, 112, 119
Government House, see also A.D. C.'s Dinner book
Government House, guns at, XXXI, 168
Governors' residences, I, 11; X, 152; XXII, 10, 53, 110; XXIII, 78
Governor, Arundell, Sir Robert, XX, 153; XXVI, 152, 153
Governor, Blood, Sir Hilary, XVI, 1
Governor, Carter, Sir Gilbert, XXI, 3
Governor, Combermere, Lord, XXIII, 1, 53; XXXI, 25
Governor, Granville, Sir Bevil, I, 11
Governor, MacGregor, Sir Evan J. Murray, XII, 130; XXXI, 169
Governor, Pinfold, Charles, XVII, 4
Governor, Savage, A. William L., XVII, 1; XVIII, 1
Governor, Seaforth, Lord, VIII, 150; XXI, 155
Governor, Smith, Sir Lionel, XX, 19
Governor, Stow, Sir John, XXVII, 1; XXVIII, 51
Governor,Willoughby, Lord, XX, 36; XXVIII, 105
Grand sessions, Court of, X, 138
Grant, William& descendants, III, 30
Grants, see Land settlement
Granville, Sir Bevil, Governor, I, 11
Greaves, Prof. W.H.M., obituary, XXIII, 52
Green monkey, XV, 173
Green turtle, XX, 43
Greenidge, Abel, XVIII, 127
Greenidge, C.W.W., XXVI, 2
Grenada, St. George, monumental inscriptions, XVI, 118
Grenada, parish donations to, XXI, 132, 175
Grenada, parish church, XX, 133
Grenada, history of the island of, review, XXXI, 163
Groans of the plantations, 1685, XVI, 25; XXVI, 144, 190; XXVII, 39
Guinea plantation, XX, 126
Guns at Government House, XXXI, 168
Guyes storehouse, Oistins Bay, 1663, XXIII, 117

H

Hail, 1825, XXI, 55
Hall of Tully, Co. Donegal, Ireland, XXV,23, 94
Handy, Johnand Samuel, query, XXI, 149
Harbinfamilies, XIV, 165; XIX, 28; XX, 81
Harbour, deep water, XXVIII, 127
Harewood, Earl of, IV, 83; XIV, 161 (obit.)
Harlow, Prof. Vincent T., XVI, 1; XXIX, 37 (obit.)
Harris, Thomas, query, XXI, 149
Harrison College, bicentenary 1733-1933, I, 39
Harrison College, history, VIII, 186; IX, 3, 59; XIII, 171; XIX, 74, 112, 153
Harrison family, VII, 175; VIII, 22
Harrison's Free School see Harrison College
Harrison, John, XIX, 51
Harwood, Richard, 1686, XXIV, 80
Haskell, H.N., obituary, XXIII, 2
Hassell, John, deed, XXIII, 176
Hastings Grammar School, XIII, 216
Hawley, Capt. Henry, VI, 175; XIII, 177
Haynes collection, library, XVI, 82
Haynes, Richard, obituary, IV, 215
Haynes, Mrs. Emily Lyal, centenarian, XXVIII, 85
Heights, military survey, XXI, 70
Hendy, Dr. James, XXVIII, 64
Hinds, Rt. Rev. Samuel, portrait in gallery, I, 40; V, 214
Historic sites and buildings, I, 16, 90; XII, 208; XIII, 140; XX, 73; XXVI, 111
Historic treasures, XIII, 21
Historical Account of the rise and growth of the West India Colonies, XXV, 172; XXVI, 33
Hong Kong, XVIII, 114
Honours, XVI, 1 57; XVIII, 1, 2; XX, 52; XXI, 153; XXII, 52; XXIV, 151; XXVII 123
Hood, Commodore, autograph letter from, III, 41
Hooper family, VI, 198; VII, 32, 69; XIX, 65
Hope Well, XII, 174
Hopewell plantation, IX, 200
House of Assembly, & Capt. Hawley, VI, 175
House of Assembly, evolution of, I, 187; XI, 137
House of Assembly, powers, XXI, 70
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1653/5-1655/67 1674, X, 173
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1676/7-1688/9, XI, 103
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1689/90-1704/5, XI, 67;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1705/6-1714/5, XII, 43;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1715/6-1732/3, XII, 108;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1734/5-1742/3, XII, 163;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1743/4-1755/6, XIII, 86;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1756/7-1762/3, XIII, 202;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1763/4-1769170, XIV, 111;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1770/1-1777/80, XIV, 181;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1780/1-1784/5, XV, 63
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1785/6-1798/9, XVI, 33;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1800-1814/5, XVII, 14;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1815/6-1826/7, XVII, 179;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1828/9-1844/5, XVIII, 53;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1845/6-1855/6, XVIII, 148;
House of Assembly, records, sessions 1856/7-1869/70, XIX, 121
Household furnishings, see Furniture
Hughes, Rev. Griffith, XIX, 102; XXIII, 3
Humpleby, Johnand & Sarah Ann, XXIV, 53, 65, 101, 132
Hunger, history of, review, XXI, 4
Hurricane, 1780, II, 200; XXXI, 127
Hurricane, 1831, I, 49
Hurricane, eye-witnesses, I, 192; XXXI, 180
Hurricane, oil paintings, IV, 213
Hurricane, rebuilding parish churches, I, 49; III, 5
Hurricane, 1955, "Janet", XXIII, 1, 153
Hurricanes, XVII, 160; XVIII, 39
Husbands family, XVIII, 83
Husbands plantation, III, 132
Hutson, Sir Frank, XXVII, 47; XXX, 107
Hutson, Sir John, obituary, XVII, 2
Hutson, Dr. Lionel, IX, 2

I

Identification of specimens, VII, 191
Indentured servants, see Servants
Indigo growing, XXVI, 34
Insects, XX, 155; XXI, 54; xxx, 153
Insects, and Agriculture, VII, 83; XXI, 54
Insects, in houses, I, 73
Insects, in Schomburgk's history, IV, 184; XI, 177
Insects, order of Embioptera, XXX, 153
Insects, pests of sugar cane, XI, 177
Insects, preserving journal from, I, 101
Insects, strange, VI, 181
Insects, water beetle, XXIX, 38
Inventories, XXII, 177; XXIII, 177
Iouanalao, Amerindians in, XXVII, 49

J

Irvine, Alexander, masonic records, X, 197
Jacket in the pond, XII, 171
Jamaicainsurrection, XXXI, 157, 192
Jeaves, John, deed, 1663, XXIII, 189
Jenkins' Ear, war of, III, 26
Jewel, the Pasfield, II, 232
Jews, IX, 130; XIV, 84; XXVI, 1
Joes River plantation, XII, 173
Jordan, Rawle S., XXXI, 2
Johnston, William, American painter, 1732-1772, XXIV, 152
Judges and Assistants, appointments, X, 68

K

King, F.G.B., IX, 2
Kingsland, Nathanieland family, VIII, 74
Kingsley family, XV, 167

L

Labat, Father, visit, XXIV, 160
Ladies' Association for the relief of the indigent sick, XXIV, 53
Ladysmith, letters from, XXVII, 65
Land settlement, XX, 202; XXIII, 68, 111, 176; XXIV, 75
Lascelles family, IV, 83; IX, 125 XIV, 161
Lascelles Hon. Edward, obituary, III, 76
Lascelles and Maxwell, letter book, XXX, 58, 110
Lauder, William, IX, 111; XIII, 177
Lazaretto, extension of, XXXI, 200
Leacock, A.G., XXX, 57
Leacock, Norman, obituary, XX, 1
Lee family, XVII, 27
Lee, Sir George, letter, XVII, 4
Leeward Islands, expedition against French, XXV, 41, 94, 139
Letter of marque, 1777, XXII, 118
"Liberal" newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
Liberia, XXXI, 23, 32, 61, 70, 155, 190
Lighthouse, St. Philip, XXXI, 193
Ligonfamily and connections, review, XVI, 150
Lillington, George, query, XV, 173
Limericks, 1865, XVI, 12
Locust Hall plantation, 1658-1663, XXII, 184; XXIII, 179
London's museums & picture galleries, II, 80
Long Bay Castle, see Lord, Samuel Hall
Lord, Samuel Hall, XXX, 107, 114, 126
Lower Estate plantation, XVI, 113; XXIII, 190
Lucas, Nathan, ancestry & biography, II, 169; VII, 138; VIII, 107; XVII, 21
Lucas manuscript volumes, IX, 155; X, 15, 61, 125, 188;
Lucas manuscript miscellaneous vol. 1 (Jors. 9-15, 16); 2 (Jors. 15-21); 5 (Jors. 22-27), XI, 15, 96, 132; XII, 87; XIII, 24, 161; XIV, 70; XV, 70, 150, 174; XVI, 38, 179; XVII, 93; XX, 2, 32, 117; XXI, 13, 53, 131, 175; XXII, 10, 53, 110, 177; XXIII, 68, 111, 176; XXIV, 75; XXV, 38, 94, 139, 171; XXVI, 33, 138, 190; XXVII, 39
Lucas transcripts: list of Council minutes, XXI, 131
Lucie-Smith, Dr. John, XXVII, 90
Lynch, J. Challenor, obituary, V, 54

M

MacGregor, Major General, Sir Evan John Murray, XII, 130; XXXI, 169
Mace, I, 103
Madison, Jamesand Dolly, XXIV, 101
Magazine, XIII, 26
Maggs, George, and family, XIV, 2
Mahogany, for internal decoration and furniture, XXV, 40
Major, Sir Charles Henry, obituary, I, 48
Malabar Coast, India, XI, 72
Mandamus, XXI, 25, 67
Mango, introduction of, 1786, XX, 126
Manjak, X, 56, 107
Manning, Miss Ellen M., centenarian, XXV, 53; XXIX, 158; (obit.)
Manning, Dr. James, XX, 19
Mansion School and Sir John G. Alleyne, XVII, 63
Map, earliest, X, 41
Maps of Barbados, list, V, 57
Margaret, Princess, XXII, 51
Marie Louise, Princess, 1913, Bull. 7
Marine diatoms, see Diatoms
Marque, letter of, 1777, XXII, 118
Masonic records, X, 197
Massiah, Hon. Hallam Grey, XXVII, 123
Mather, Cotton, and Quakers, xV, 169
Mayo family, XIV, 2
Maverickfamily, XV, 134
Medicine, Doctors of, at Edinburgh, to 1845, XXVIII, 149
Memorial, Margaret Packer, IV, 129
Memoirs of the first settlement, 1743, XVII, 4
"Mercury" newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
Methodists, XV, 70; XXI, 15
Methodists, meeting house, demolition of, XIII, 45; XIV, 78
Mexico, a first visit, XVI, 3
Middleton family XXI, 103
Midwives, XX IV, 133
Militia, XIII, 180,; XVII, 111; XXXI, 193
Military aid to civil power, XXI, 14
Millerfamily, XVIII, 83
Miniature communion set, XXIV, 53
Money currency in West Indies, XVIII 138; XIX, 164; XX, 3, 53; see also Coinage
Monkey, green, XV, 173
Montefiore Fountain, VII, 193; XXXI, 66, 161
Monumental inscriptions, St. George, Grenada, XVI, 118
Monumental inscriptions, St. Michael, Barbados, XV, 103; XXII, 131; XXX, 183; XXI, 169
Moonshine plantation, XVI, 113; XXIII, 187
Moore, Robert, deeds, 1663, XXIII, 189
Moravians, XV, 71; XXXI, 26, 28, 29, 41, 73
Morris, Colonel John Martin, XXI, 105
Morris cup, XXI, 2; Bull. 5
Mortification Trust of Rev. Gilbert Ramsay, XVII, 187; XVIII, 154
Mosses, xxx, 59
Moulder, E.R.D., X, 2
Mount Standfast, XXII, 181; XXIII, 119
Murder, Austin Mary, IX, 89
Murder, Elcock, Reynold Alleyne, VII, 115; VIII, 166
Murrey, Henry, case of, 1722, XX, 38,
Museum, oldest in the world, XI, 72
Museums, B.W.I., I, 206
Museums, exhibition methods, XIV, 102
Museums, exhibits, XII, 141
Museums, London, II, 80
Museums, present & future, III, 193
Museums, plan of regional development, XV, 2

N

Nanfan, Capt. John, query, XIII, 104
National Art-Collections Fund, (U.K) XXI, 101
Navy list, 1814, entries relating to West Indies, etc., XVIII. 39
Negroes, treatment of, 1786 & 1823, II, 23
Nelson, Capt., VII, 136
Nelson, statues, XVIII, 4
New England and Barbados, notes, XIV, 164; XV, 132
Newspapers, early printing presses and, XXVI, 19
Newspapers, extracts "The Barbados Mercury":
  • 5 Apr.-27 Sept. 1783, XVI, 66
  • 4 Oct. 1783-22 May 1784, XVI, 142
  • 5 June-11 Dec. 1784, XVI 208
  • 21 July-4 Dec. 1787, XVII, 23
  • 15 Dec. 1787-24 June 1788, XVII, 105
  • 1 July 1788-21 Mar. 1789, XVII, 171
  • 6 Sept. 1803, II, 210
  • 2 Jan.-29 June 1819, XVIII, 44
  • 3 July-28 Dec. 1819, XVIII, 156
Newspapers, extracts "The Barbadian"
  • 18 Dec. 1822-6 Dec. 1823, I, 64
  • 17 Dec. 1823-29 Mar. 1825, I, 137
  • 5 Apr.-9 Dec. 1825, I, 209
  • 13 Dec. 1825-8 Dec. 1826, II, 32
  • 12 Dec. 1826-7 Dec. 1827, II, 93
  • 11 Dec. 1827-27 June 1828, II, 167
  • 1 July-30 Dec. 1828, II, 235
  • 2 Jan.-8 Dec. 1829, III, 58
  • 15 Dec. 1829-10 Dec. 1830, 111,115
  • 14 Dec. 1831-30 June 1832,111, 169
  • 4 Jul-1 Dec. 1832, III, 205
  • 15 Dec. 1832-4 Dec. 1833, IV, 22
  • 11 Dec. 1833-7 June 1834, IV, 95
  • 2 July-11 Oct. 1834, IV, 145
  • 15 Oct. 1834-2 May 1835, IV, 201
  • 9 May-2 Sept. 1835, V, 43
  • 5 Sept.-9 Dec. 1835, V, 155
  • 12 Dec. 1835-23 Mar. 1836, V, 204
  • 30 Mar.-31 Aug. 1836, VI, 45
  • 3 Sept.-10 Dec. 1836, VI, 91
  • 14 Dec. 1836-12 July 1837, VI, 205
  • 15 July-22 Nov. 1837, VII, 42
  • 22 Nov. 1837-11 Apr. 1838, VII, 127
  • 21 Apr.-19 Sept. 1838, VII, 184
  • 26 Sept.- 29 Dec. 1838, VIII, 13
  • 2 Jan.-29 June: 1839, VIII, 87
  • 3 Jul.-2 Nov. 1839, VIII, 118
  • 6 Nov. 1839-12 Feb. 1840, VIII,172
  • 12 Feb.-15 July 1840, IX, 19
  • 18 July-30 Dec. 1840, IX, 134
  • 2 Jan.-23 June 1841, IX, 183
  • 26 June-13 Nov. 1841, X, 26
  • 13 Nov. 1841-9 Feb. 1842, X, 85
  • 16 Feb.-29 June 1842, X, 139
  • 2 July-31 Dec. 1842, X, 162
  • 4 Jan.-20 May 1843, XI, 5
  • 24 May-30 Dec. 1843, XI, 80
  • 6 Jan.-17 July 1844, XI, 201
  • 20 July-28 Dec. 1844, XII, 36
  • 3 Jan.-17 June 1846, XII, 132
  • 1 July-28 Nov. 1846, XII, 196
  • 2 Dec. 1846-31 Mar. 1847, XIII, 59
  • 3 Apr.-4 Aug. 1847, XIII, 149
  • 7 Aug.-29 Dec. 1847, XIV, 20
  • 1 Jan.-29 Mar. 1848, XIV, 105
  • 8 Apr.-5 July 1848, XIV, 168
  • 8 July-30 Dec. 1848, XV, 52
  • 3 Jan.-17 Mar. 1849, XV, 106
  • 24 Mar.-25 July 1849, XV, 157
  • 28 July-29 Dec. 1849, XV, 194
Newspapers, extracts "Barbados Globe"
  • 7 Jan.-27 June 1850, XIX, 195
  • 1 July-30 Dec. 1850, XX, 25
  • 5 Jan.-29 Mar. 1852, XX, 147
  • 8 Apr.-26 July 1852, XX, 182
  • 26 July-30 Dec. 1852, XXI, 29
  • 6 Jan.-10 Mar. 1853, XXI, 97
  • 14 Mar.-3 Oct. 1853, XXI, 124
  • 13 Oct.-22 Dec. 1853, XXI, 197
Newspapers, extracts "The Barbadian"
  • 4 Jan.-5 July 1854, XXII, 29
  • 5 July-22 Nov. 1854, XXII, 150
  • 6 Jan.-30 June 1855, XXII, 170
  • 4 July-6 Oct. 1855, XXIII, 95
  • 10 Oct. 1855-9 Jan. 1856, XXIII, 147
  • 12 Jan.-20 Feb. 1856, XXIII, 196
  • 23 Feb.-19 Sept. 1856, XXIV, 43
  • 20 Sept.-27 Dec. 1856, XXIV, 91
  • 3 Jan.-25 Mar. 1857, XXIV, 122
  • 25 Mar.-6 May 1857, XXIV, 197
  • 9 May-23 Sept. 1857, XXV, 28
  • 26 Sept. 1857-30 June 1858, XXV, 84
  • 3 July-25 Sept. 1858, XXV, 122
  • 25 Sept.-29 Dec. 1858, XXV, 186
  • Newspapers, extracts "Liberal"
  • 17 July-30 Oct. 1858, XXVI, 9
  • 3 Nov. 1858-18 Feb. 1859, XXVI, 56
  • 23 Feb.-28 May 1859, XXVI, 119
  • 1 June-13 July 1859, XXVI, 154
Newspapers, extracts "The Barbadian"
  • 4 Jan.-29 Mar. 1860, XXVII, 75
  • 2 Apr.-28 June 1860, XXVII, 109
  • 2 July-27 Sept. 1860, XXVII, 143
  • 1 Oct.-31 Dec. 1860, XXVIII, 12
  • J Jan.-28 Mar. 1861, XXVIII, 66
  • 1 Apr.-27 June 1861, XXVIII, 98
  • 1 July-30 Sept. 1861, XXVIII, 141
  • 3 Oct.-30 Dec. 1861, XXIX, 24
Newspapers, extracts "Barbados Globe".
  • 1 Jan.-31 Mar. 1862, XXIX, 53
  • 3 Apr.-30 June 1862, XXIX, 105
  • 3 July-8 Dec. 1862, XXX, 37
Newspapers, extracts "Times"
  • 7 Jan.-30 June 1863, XXX, 90
  • 3 July-25 Dec. 1863, XXX, 155
  • 3 Jan.-31 Mar. 1865, XXX, 189
  • 4 Apr.-30 June 1865, XXXI, 23
  • 4 July-29 Sept. 1865, XXXI, 61
  • 3 Oct.-29 Dec. 1865, XXXI, 152
Newton plantation, XVI, 38; XXIII, 117
Nicholas plantation, IX, 120
Nicholas, Vicarage & Church, IX, 198
Nicholson, Rev. Mark- portrait in gallery, I, 40
Norwood, Andrew, query, XXI, 149
Notes and queries, III, 129; XIII, 104, 215; XV, 167, 171; XVIII, 154; XXI, 148; XXIV, 101
Notitiae Barbadenses, XXI, 20

O

Obeah-men, XII, 177
Obituaries:
  • Anderson, Margaret S., XX, 137
  • Austin, Sir Harold, X, 194
  • Bascom, Hubert P., II, 183
  • Bellairs, Cmdr. Carlyon Wilfrey, XXII, 155
  • Bryden, A.S., III, 133
  • Carter, see Gilbert-Carter, Lady
  • Clarke, Carleton Howall, XXIX, 36
  • Clarke, Sir Frederick, XI, 161
  • Clarke, Theresa, Matilda, Lady, XXIX, 118
  • Collymore, Sir Ernest Allan, XXIX, 158
  • Connell, Joseph, VI, 54
  • de Kuh, Fela, XXVI, 151
  • Fitz Herbert, Sir Hugo M., II, 50
  • Forster, Mrs. J.M., XXX, 57
  • Gale, Louis, XXII, 106
  • Gilbert-Carter, Lady, XXI, 3
  • Gooding, Rev. H.B., VIII, 144
  • Greaves, Prof. W.H.M., XXIII, 52
  • Harewood, Earl of, XIV, 161
  • Harlow, Prof. Vincent T., XXIX, 37
  • Haskell, H.N., XXIII, 2
  • Haynes, Richard, IV, 215
  • Hutson, Sir John, XVII, 2
  • Lascelles, Hon. Edward, III, 76
  • Leacock, Norman, XX, 1
  • Lynch, J. Challenor, V, 54
  • Major, Sir Charles Henry, I, 48
  • Manning, Miss Ellen Malvina, XXIX, 158
  • O'Neal, Thomas W.B., III, 76
  • Packer, Miss Margaret, III, 75
  • Pares, Prof. Sir Richard, XXV, 101
  • Phillips, Sir John R., XIII, 101
  • Reece, H. Walter, III, 242
  • Sealy, Mrs. Alice E.A., XXVII, 123
  • Simpson, Donald Grafton, VIII, 202
  • Skeete, Elliott Lloyd, X IX, 101
  • Skeete, Archdeacon R., V, 54
  • Thorne, Willian Hubert Gillespie, I, 106
  • Trechmann, Dr. Charles T., XXX, 168
  • Trowbridge, William R.H., VI, 53
  • Watson, Rev. N. B., IV, 214
  • Went, Thomas Edwin, XX, 154
  • Wright, William H., XIII, 102
  • Yearwood, Lawrence T., IX, 101
  • Yearwood, Violet(Lady Stow), XXXI, 1
  • Yearwood, William Armel, XXXI, 1
Offences committed at sea, Act for trial of, XV, 153
Oil drilling, XXXI, 68, 155
Oistin family, deeds 1663, XXIII, 117, 118
Oistin's Bay, Guyes storehouse, 1663, XXIII, 117, 118
Olive branch petition, XXVI, 104
Olton family, IX, 200; X, 37
O'Neal, Thomas W.B., obituary, III, 76
Orchidaceae, genus Schomburgkia Lindl., XXVIII, 3
Orderson family, XXV, 152
Osbourne, Samuel, 1736, XXIV, 83
Oyer and terminer, commission, XV, 150

P

Packer, Margaret, memorial, IV, 129
Packer, Margaret, obituary, III, 75
Packet table, 1832, XIX, 129
Paintings of the West Indies, J .H. Caddy, III, 186
Paleologus, Ferdinand, VII, 160; VIII, 101; XIV, 11; XXI, 179
Palestine, 1918-48, XVI, 170
Palestinere-visited, XIX, 58
Papists, XV, 70
Pares, Prof. Sir Richard, XVIII, 2; XXV, 101 (obit.)
Parish Churches, see Churches
Parish Vestry, see Vestry
Parris, James W., and sugar cane seedlings, XXII, 3
Parris, Thomas, deeds, XXII, 181; XXIII, 112, 119
Parry, Bishop, XXI, 51
Pasfield jewel, II, 232
Passage money rates, 1832, XIX, 130
Patent offices, XI, 132; XII, 87; XIII, 24; XXI, 179; XXIV, 75
Peard, Justinian, of Plymouth, X, 106
Pelagic copepods, XXIV, 3
Pembroke, Earl of, XX, 105
Penn's expedition to West Indies, XXV, 41, 94
Peripatus, VIII; 129; XXVIII, 2;
Perowne, Stewart, XVI, 157; XXI, 101; XXIV, 2
Phillips, Sir John R., obituary, XIII, 101
Picture galleries, London, II, 80
Pilgrim House, I, 11; XXII, 10, 53, 110
Pilgrim's Lodge, St. Michael, XXII, 180
Pimento growing, XXVI, 35
Pinder, Capt. Timothy, and family, I, 195; II, 102
Pinfold, Charles, Governor, XVII, 4
Place names, Bridgetown and environs, XXV, 127
Place names, Romano - British, XVI, 59
Planning and preservation, XXVI, 111
Plans, estate, XXV, 82
Plantain Walk, XXIII, 113, 116
Plantationcustoms, VII, 109
Plantationmanagement, treatment of negroes, II, 24
Plantations, early documents of, XX, 202; XXIII, 68, 111, 179; XXIV, 79
Plantations, plans, XXV, 82
Plantations, sugar, work organisation, XXXI, 78
Plants, VII, 170; VIII, 32, 70, 103, 194; IX, 17, 84, 126, 192; X, 3, 105; XXV, 171
Plaxton, George, query, III, 132
Plymouthbrethren, XXXI, 159
Pocket almanacs, XXVIII, 78
Pocket book, II, 11
Pocket book, 1832, extracts, XVII, 111; XIX, 128
Polegreenfamily, XVIII, 83
Pollard, William, of Devon, XXV, 54
Population, XIII, 3; XIX, 133
Porters' fares, 1832, XIX, 131
Portrait gallery, I, 40
Post marks, 1852-1941, VIII, 149
Post marks and cancelling marks, 1841-1944, XI, 76
Post Office centenary, 1852-1952, XIX, 170
Post Office guide, 1932, XXX, 185
Postage stamp, twopenny, 1852, VII, 123
Potatoes, XXI, 54
Pottery manufacture, XXX, 129
Poyer, Johnlast work, XXI, 155
Poyer, John letter to Seaforth, VIII, 150
Pre-Columbian civilizations, International Congress on, XXIX, 2
Prehistory of Barbados, editorial notice, XXI, 1
Prescod, Samuel J., XXXI, 156
Priestess of Thebes, XIII, 137
Princess Royal, XX, 51; XXVII, 48
Printing presses and newspapers, XXVI, 19; XXVIII,127
Pringle, Rachel, of Barbados, IX, 109, 112
Prints, West Indian, Bull. 5
Prints, West Indian, Cunard collection, XXX, 56
Prisoners of war, 18th century, V, 12
Prisoners of the 1745 rising, XXX, 73
Prize Court records, V, 186; VI, 10, 59,117; VII,136
Proceedings of the B.M.H.S., see B.M.H.S.
Productivity of the seas, X, 45
Progress, history of hunger, review, XXI, 4
Provost marshal, XXIV, 75
Publicity committee, 1932, XXX, 58, 60
Punch bowl, Codrington, XXVI, 54
Punch drinking and its accessories, XXV, 1
Pye, Edward, XXIII, 180

Q

Quakers, IX, 29, 195; X, 118; XIV, 2, 8, 81; XV, 81, 169; XX, 67; XXI, 26; XXIV,  133
Quarliss, Dr., 1796, XVI, 113
Quarter sessions, Courts of, XI, 62; and see Courts
Queen Anne, celebration of accession, I, 36
Queen Elizabeth II, Coronation, XX, 103; XXI, 187
Queries, see Notes and queries
Quintynes plantation, St. John, XXV, 82

R

Rachel Pringle, IX, 109, 112
Railway, XXVIII, 86
Rainfall, XI, 149; XVIII, 2
Ramsay, Rev. Gilbert, Mortification Trust, XVII, 187; XVIII, 154
Ramsay, Mrs. Olga, XXI, 41; XXX, 41
Rebellion, a brief relation, XX, 42
Recent acquisitions, see B.M.H.S., Librarian's notes
Records, Brotherton collection, XXIV, 175; XXV, 52
Records, in Barbados, Guide to, review, XXXI, 164
Records, in 1853, XXI, 124
Records, odd pages from old, I, 36; XVI, 113; XVIII, 24; XX, 19, 200
Records, prize court, V, 186; VI, 10, 59, 117; VII, 136
Rector and his angel, XII, 172
Redlegs, XXIX, 47
Reece, Bezsin King, 1765-1838, XXV, 18
Reece, H. Walter, obituary, III, 242
Reece, William, & his descendants, VII, 116, 174
Reef builders, VI, 129
Reeves, Sir Conrad, XII, 178
Regency Ball, 1956, XXIII, 51
Registers, missing, 1715-6, XXVII, 135
Religion among the early slaves in French Antilles, XXVIII, 9
Revenue, Courts of, X, 125, 188; and see Courts
Reviews:
  • Ackworth, A. C.Treasure in the Caribbean, XVII, 139
  • Barton, G.T.The prehistory of Barbados, XXI, 1
  • Bennett, J. Harry, Bondsmen and bishops, or slavery and apprenticeship on the Codringtonplantations from 1710 to 1838, XXVI, 200
  • Caribbean historical review, No.1, Dec. 1950, XVIII, 102, 177
  • Chandler, M.J.A guide to records in Barbados, XXXI, 64
  • Collymore, Frank. Notes for a glossary of words and phrases of Barbadian dialect, XXIII, 2, 52
  • Deavenport, Marion Gertrude. A colonial history and genealogy of the Bickleys, Gardners, Polegreens, Millers, Dottins, Husbands, ancestors of Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
  • Deavenport, Rochester, N. Y., XVIII, 83
  • Devas, R.P. The history of the island of Grenada (1650-1950), XXXI, 163
  • Easter, B.H. A guide to Morne Fortune, St. Lucia, XXXI, 207
  • Easter, B.H. St. Lucia and the French revolution, XXXI, 163
  • Greenidge, C.W.W.Slavery, XXVI, 102
  • Hall, D.N.F.Recent developments in the Barbadian flying-fish fishery, XXIV, 131
  • Hamilton, Bruce. Barbados and the confederation question 1871-1885, XXIV, 1
  • Jesse, Rev. C.Outlines of St. Lucia's history, XXXI, 40
  • Keevil, J.J. Benjamin Bynoe(1803-1865), surgeon of H.M.S. Beagle, XVII, 42
  • Klingberg, Frank J., ed. Codrington chronicle: an experiment in Anglican altruism on a Barbados plantation, 1710-1834, XVI, 214
  • Levy, Claude. Barbados: the last years of slavery 1823-1833, XXVIII, 48
  • Ligon, William D.The Ligonfamily and connections, XVI, 150
  • Pack, S.W. C.Windward of the Caribbean, XXXI, 40
  • Pares, Richard. A West-India fortune, XVIII, 81
  • Parry, J.H.and Sherlock P.M.A history of the West Indies, XXIII, 151
  • Prentice, E. Parmalee. Progress: an episode in the history of hunger?, XXI, 4
  • Proudfoot, Mary. Britain and the U.S.A. in the Caribbean, XXIII, 50
  • Senn, Alfred. Report of the British Union Oil Company Limited on geological investigations of the under-ground Water resources of Barbados, B.W.I., XIV, 16
  • Skeete, C.C. A description of the weather of the island of Barbados, W.I. XXX, 165
  • Smith, Abbot Emerson. Colonists in bondage: white servitude and convict labour in America, 1607-1776, XVI, 215
  • Starkey, O.P.Commercial geography of Barbados, 1961, XXIX, 40
  • Starkey, O.P.The economic geography of Barbados, VII, 85
  • Trechmann, C.T.Uplift of Barbados, I, 49
  • Vaughan and Wells. American tertiary foraminifera and corals, XIII, 99
  • Waugh, Alec. A family of islands, XXXI, 103
  • The Windward Islands annual, 1965, No. 10, XXXI 103
Rhyming will, XVIII, 126
Ricketson, Mrs., XXlX, 6
Rising, 1745, prisoners, XXX, 73
Roach, C.N.G., IX, 2
Roads and their burdens, West Indies, XII, 61
Rodney, Admiral, letter from, 1762, I, 15
Roman Britain in last decade, XVIII, 103
Roman Catholic Church, see Catholic Church
Romano-British place names, XVI, 159
Round rock, XII, 176
Rouse, Nathaniel, query, XXI, 151
Rowe, Rev. Thomas, query, XXI, 148
Royal Inniskilling fusiliers, XVIII, 3
Royal Visitors, Bull. 7
Rum bill, the, 1821, XXIII, 8O
Russia (Andrews) plantation, I, 90; XIV, 139

S

S.P.Q.U., XV, 173
Sailors' valentines, XXIX:, 1, 3
Saint, Sir John, XVI, 157; XVIII, 2; XXV, 151
St. George, Barbados, census, see Census
St. George, Grenada, see Grenada,
St. John, church, laying foundation stone, II, 92
St. John, vestry records, XV, 24
St. Joseph rector and his angel, XII, 72
St. Lucia, Amerindians in, XXVII, 49
St. Lucia, and the French revolution, review, XXXI, 163
St. Lucia, Guide to Morne Fortune, review, XXXI, 207
St. Lucia, instructions to Governor, 1664, XXVIII, 105
St. Lucia, Outlines of St. Lucia's history, review, XXXI, 40
St. Lucy, controverted election, XXXI, 61, 152
St. Mary, boys' school, XXXI, 195
St. Mary, church, XXI, 56
St. Mary, churchyard, XIII, 161; XX, 34
St. Mary, font, XXX, 163
St. Michael, cathedral, monumental inscriptions, XV, 103; XXX, 183, XXXI, 169
St. Michael, census, see Census
St. Michael, church, XXI, 131
St. Michael, churchyard, old, XIII, 161; xx, 34
St. Michael, streets, XXI, 62
St. Michael, vestry records, XIV, 123, 173; XV, 17, 89, 119, 201; XVI, 54, 131, 194; XVII, 47, 125, 190, XVIII, 63, 167; XIX, 34, 81, 134, 178; XX, 45, 95, 138, 187; XXI, 40, 82, 107; XXII, 36, 138, 191; XXIII, 82, . 137, 191; xxiv, 37, 84,
135, 190; XXVI, 2, 47, 94, 146; XXVII, 30, 85
St. Nicholas Abbey, see Nicholas plantation
St. Paul, Chapel, centenary, I, 48
St. Thomas, census, 1715, see Census
Saltertudos island, 1762, XXI, 19, 68
Sammy & the Hope Well, XII, 174
Savage, A. William L., Governor, XVII, 1; XVIII, 1
Schomburgk, Sir Robert, XXVIII, 51 (port.), 54
Schomburgk, Sir Robert, History, insects mentioned in, IV, 184
Science and Agriculture, Department of, publications, XIII, 211
Scientific material, aim of collecting VII, 157
Scleractinia, XXVIII, 11
Scotlanddistrict, soil conservation, XXVII, 126
Sea devils of the Caribbean (U-Boats), XXVIII, 28; XXXI, 109
Sea eggs (Echinoderms). II, 111; IV, 68; XXII, 187; XXVIII; 52; XXIX, 79
Sea, productivity of, X, 45
Sea surges, XXVIII, 137
Seaforth, Earl of, history of administration, XXI, 155
Seaforth, Earlof letter from Poyer, VIII, 150
Sealy, Mrs. Alice E.A., obituary, XXVII, 123
Searles Estate, burial place, XXI, 66
Seawell plantation, XVI, 38
Senhouse, William, autobiography, II, 61, 115, 191; III, 3, 87
Servants from Bristol 1654-1686, XIV, 48, 143, 196; XV, 95, 152; XVII, 143; XVIII, 86, 180; XIX, 47, 95,148
Sessarakoo, William Unsah, XXVII, 1
Sessions, Middlesex, 1825, XXI, 132
Settle, Richard, Quaker, XXI, 26
Shade glasses for candlesticks, 1753, XXI, 55
Shakespeare & Barbados, a link, XX, 105
Shilestone, Eustace Maxwell, XXIX, 77; XXX, 107
Shipwreck, 1866, XXXI, 191
Shopping centres in Bridgetown, XXV, 164
Signal books, 1814, I, 203
Silvester, Constant, XIV, 166,; XXV,149
Simpson, Donald Grafton, obituary, VIII, 202
Sites, historic, see Buildings and historic sites
Skeete, Elliot Lloyd, obituary, XIX, 101
Skeete, Elliot Lloyd, gift of library, XIX, 145
Skeete, R., Archdeacon, obituary, V, 54
Skeetes plantation, XXIII, 113, 116
Slave ship in 1693, V, 186
"Slave market", I, 49
Slave trade, origin, XXI, 20
Slavery, centenary of abolition of, 1 Aug. 1834, I, 216
Slavery, Barbados: "the last years of slavery, 1823-1833," review, XXVIII, 48
Slavery, white labourers, XII, 1
"Slavery" review, XXVI, 102
Slavery and apprenticeship, "Bondsmen and bishops", review, XXVI, 200
Slaves, in French Antilles, religion among, XXVIII, 9
Slaves, introduction of Negro and other slaves into Barbados, X, 15
Slaves, number of, 1829; XIX, 133
Slaves, treatment of 1786-1823, II, 23
Slaves, treatment of, 1788, XVIII, 24
Smelt, William, query, XXI, 148
Smith, Sir Lionel, Governor, XX, 19
Snake bite, cures for, XXIV; 128
Snakes, XXXI, 178
Snappers, VI, 67
Society, of Arts, and Joshua Skeete, XIX, 6; XX, 126; XXII, 84
Society for the propagation of the Gospel, and Griffith Hughes, XXIII, 3
Soil conservation, XXVII, 126; XXX, 3
Southwell papers, XX, 36
Specimens, identification of, VI, 191
Spectre of the pale gentleman, XII, 174
Spiritual courts, XX, 32
SpringBay, fossils, XXXI, 11
Springhead plantation, XXIII, 112, 122
Stamps, see Postage stamps
Star fish (Echinoderms), IV, 68; XXII, 187
Stark, Freya, autobiography, XVII, 160
Steele, Joshua, and Society of Arts, XX, 126; XXII, 84
Steele, Joshua, enigma of, XIX, 6
Steele, Joshua, on the copyhold system, X, 62
Stillyard plantation, XXIII, 183
Stow, Sir John, Governor, XXVII, 1; XXVIII, 51
Streets, lanes in St. Michael, XXI, 62
Submarines, XXVIII, 28; XXXI, 109
Sugar, bygones, XXIV, 151
Sugar, duty, XXVI, 143, 190; XXVII, 39
Sugar, plantations, work organisation on, XXXI, 78
Sugar cane, insect pests of, XI, 177
Sugar cane, seedlings, discovery, XXII, 3
Sugar cane, varieties, XXVI, 67
Supreme Court, XXV, 151

T

Tales of old Barbados, XII, 171
Tar, green, XXXI, 70
Taylor, Quaker, XXI, 26
Taylor collection, Arawak relics, XIX, 1, 151
Temple, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, IX, 125
Termites or wood ants, VIII, 131
Thebes, priestess of, XIII, 137
Thirteen baronets, II, 89
Thorne, Major William Hubert Gillespie, obituary, I, 106
Thornhillfamily, IX, 90
Thornhill, Sir Timothy, expedition against French, XXV, 96, 139
Thornton, Prof. A.P., XXIV, 51
Three Houses plantation, 1658, XXII, 115
Timber trees, XXII, 177
"Times" newspaper, see Newspapers, extracts
Timbrill, William, query, XXI, 150
Toads, IX, 153
Tobacco growing, XXVI, 36
Tobago, settlement of, 1689-1699, XII, 122
Tokens, 1788 and 1792, XXX, 14
Tombstone, oldest, X, 41
Tombs on plantations, I, 24, 90; XXI, 66
Town planning, XXVI, 111
Town Hall, XIII, 26; XV, 168
Transport, XVIII, 18
Transport, in the West Indies, XII, 61
Treasure in the Caribbean, [Georgian buildings], review, XVII, 139
Treasures, historic, XIII, 21
Trechmann, Charles T., I, 49; XXX, 168 (obit.)
Trees, timber, XXII, 177
Trentfamily, IX, 32, 200; XXI, 121
Trowbridge, William R.H., obituary, VI, 53
Tumble Dick's Gully, XII, 176
Turkey, impressions of, 1943-46, XVII, 79
Turner's Hall, XXIII; 123
Turner's Hall Wood, X, 74; XXI, 14
Turner family, New England & Barbados, X, 7
Turtle, green, XX, 43

U

Ubiquarians, XV, 173
U-boats, XXVIII, 28; XXXI, 109
Unitas Fratum, see Moravians
Upper Estate, see Moonshine plantation
Upper plantation, St. Peter and St. Andrew, XXIII, 185

V

Valentines, sailors', XXIX, 3
Vassa, Gustavus, XV, 171
Vassall family, XV, 132
Venables' expedition to West Indies, XXV, 41, 94
Vernon, Admiral, III, 27
Vertebrate fossils, Spring Bay, XXXI, 11
Vestry, St. John, records, see St. John
Vestry, St. Michael, records, see St. Michael
Victorian era, 1832-1906 [in England], XIX, 21
Volunteer force, XXXI, 71
Voyage, from Cork to Barbados, XIX, 67

W

Wallduck, T., letters from Barbados, 1710-11, XV, 27, 61, 84, 137
Walronds, heirs of ancient Barony, XI, 89
War of Jenkins' Ear, III, 26
Washington, George, house, XII, 208; XX, 73
Washingtons and their doctors, XX, 71
Water beetle, XXIX, 38
Water resources, underground, review, XIV, 16
Water supply, XIX, 107
Watson collection, I, 12, 111, 150
Watson, Rev. N.B., obituary, IV, 214
Watts family, Bible record, X, 195
Weather, atmospheric turbulence, VII, 151
"Weather, a description of ", review, XXX, 165
Weather observations & records 1924-33, I, 115
Went, Thomas Edwin, XVI, 157; XX, 154 (obit.)
West African Mission, XXX, 155; XXXI, 199
West Indiafortune, review, XVIII, 81
West Indies, Britain and the U.S.A. in the Caribbean, review, XXIII,50
West Indies, History of, review, XXIII, 151
West Indies, British art, XIX, 53
West Indies, economic history, VII, 59, 101
West Indies, historical account of colonies, 1690, XXV, 172; XXVI, 33, 138
West Indies, museums, I, 206
West Indies, paintings, III, 186
West Indies, prints, XXX, 56, 102; XXXI, 2, 106; Bull. 5
West Indies, French, XXVI, 3; XXVIII, 9
Whaling journal, Mrs. Ricketson's, 1871-1874, XXIX, 6
Whistler, Henry, V, 184
Whistling frogs, XVII, 161
Whitefamily, XV, 133
White, James, deeds, 1660, XXIV, 78
Wickham, Henry, query, III, 129
Wiles, Donald A., XXVII, 43; XXXI, 41
Wilkinson and Gaviller, XXX, 58, 110
Will, rhyming, XVIII, 126
William, Henry, Prince, (William IV), visits, 1786 & 1789, II, 213; III, 16; XXV, 157; Bull. 7
Williams of Welchman's Hall, XXIX, 66, 93
Williams Henry, drowning, 1853, XIII, 215
Willing, Charles, 1738-1788 (and port.), XXIX, 45
Wills, West Indian, in England, XI, 183; XII, 20, 67, 143, 179; XIII, 67, 183; XIV, 29, 116
Willoughby, Lord, XX, 36; XXVIII, 105
Windmills and copper walls, XXXI, 43
Windward Islands Annual 1965, review, XXXI, 103
Windward of the Caribbean, review, XXXI, 40
Wood ants or termites, VIII, 131
Woodbridge, Rev. Dudley& Ruth, XIV, 166
Work organisation on sugar plantations, XXXI, 78
World war II, U-boats, XXVIII, 28; XXXI, 109
Worrell family, XXIX, 8
Wright, William H., obituary, XIII, 102
Wrong family, XXI, 118

Y

Yankees and Creoles, editorial review, XXIII, 101
Yard, Thomas, family, X, 37
Yeamans, Ann, query, III, 132
Yearwood, Lawrence T., obituary, IX, 101
Yearwood, Seale, XVI, 113; XXV, 1 (port.)
Yearwood, Violet, obituary, XXXI, 1
Yearwood, William Armel, obituary, XXXI, 1

Z

Zoology, International Congress, London 1958, XXIV, 99

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