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"Hortus eastensis, or a catalogue of exotic plants in the garden of Hinton East, Esquire, in the mountains of Liguanea, in the island of Jamaica, at the time of his decease, by Arthur Broughton." -- Cf. v. 1, p. [455]-491.


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Indians of the West Indies; West Indies, British--Description and travel; Slave trade; West Indies--Economic conditions; Agriculture -- West Indies, British. ( LCSH ); Botany -- Jamaica; Slavery -- West Indies; Description and travel -- Jamaica;

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The history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies.



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