Index
Abel, Richard, 75
Abolitionists: on flogging, 5–7, 16; A
Narrative of Events (Williams) and,
106, 112–17, 229 n.73; on religious free-
dom, 33; Sturge, 106, 110, 116, 229 n.70;
treadmills criticized by, 88–90, 93,
106–9, 229 n.74; regard whip as sym-
bol of slavery, 20. See also Slavery;
Slaves
Act for the Better Government of Pris-
ons in the West Indies (1838). See
West India Prisons Act
Adamson, Christopher, 25–26
Allweather, Leanthe, 78–80
Amnesty International, 196–98
Apprentices: conviction rate of, 76–78;
deaths of, 109–10, 230 n.78; imprison-
ment of, 96–99, 226–27 n.35, 227 n.36,
227 n.39; legal procedures used by,
75–81; masters’ obligations to, 62–
63; policing of, 59–60, 64, 218 n.24;
resistance of, 60–61, 70–74, 78–80,
113–14. See also Women apprentices
Apprenticeship: abolished, 59, 83–84,
116, 118, 193, 232 n.119; American
opinions on, 57, 217 n.16; emancipa-
tion and, 54–57, 216 n.7; labor and
78–79, 90, 99, 227 n.39; and ‘‘less
gibility’’ principle, 21, 147–48; un
master-servant law, 58; planters a
60–63, 70–81, 194–95; rule of law
66–68; state formation and, 54–55
use of treadmills under, 83–84, 88
90, 105–6; wage labor compared t
2, 57–58, 153, 193, 216 n.7; West In
Prison Act crisis and, 84, 118–20.
See also Flogging; Prisons; Stipen
ary magistrates; Treadmills; Wom
apprentices
Austin-Broos, Diane, 250 n.3
Ayers, Edward, 49, 207 n.11
Bakan, Abigail, 241 n.2
Baptists, 60–61, 121, 157, 183
Barclay, Alexander, 33
Bathurst, Earl, 6–7
Baynes, Edward, 106
Beccaria, Cesare, 44, 46, 85, 203 n.25
Beckles, Hilary, 100, 228 n.51
Bentham, Jeremy, 8, 44, 46, 144
Bogle, Paul, 175, 178–81, 182
Bourdieu, Pierre, 158
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