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Towards that end, the author conducted field research on and around a few plantations in Berbice, Guyana.
ALMOST THERE: Paul Hanagan wins on Berbice at Wolverhampton
Hughes has some nice rides in the form of Simon Callaghan's Froisee in the fillies' handicap, Richard Hannon's Berbice in the Shergar Sprint and Godolphin's Gold Sovereign in the 1m handicap.
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A Hindu, he has since established a YCMTW subgroup in his home village of Bath Settlement in the Berbice region of Guyana, where he has reached out to young people from every religious background.
Mary Turner begins this half with one of the collection's most engaging essays, an examination of the impact of the 1826 Berbice Slave Code on enslaved workers, particularly women.
and Other Stories (1996), Berbice Crossing (fiction, 1996), and
One Depression-era writer wistfully observed of the Ganthony clock in 1930: "Its deliberate chimes in that quiet residential part of town, with its wide red road, ample grassy parapets, and shadowed gardens seem to bring down to smaller folk in a narrow, pinched time of some of the prosperous atmosphere of the spacious days of old Berbice.
At first Edgar was taught by a governess, then at a series of private schools, and then won a scholarship to Berbice High School.
and, having recently acquired newly re-issued Corentyne, Demerara and Berbice licenses, the way has been paved for the company to "cultivate exploration.
Jamaica, fine 40 0 42 0 good 30 6 39 0 Demerara, 44 0 45 0 crystallised, line good 41 0 44 0 brown 37 6 39 0 Berbice, crystallised 40 6 42 0 Barbadoes, fine 40 0 42 6 middling to good 38 6 40 0 low 33 0 36 6 Antiguas 35 0 37 0 Mauritius, 4 0 6 46 0 crystallised Yellow 36 0 41 0 Brown 33 0 35 0 very low 30 0 32 0 Bengal, Cossipore 43 0 45 6 Benares 42 0 46 0 Madras, crystallised 40 6 44 0 Native yellow 30 6 33 0 brown 30 0 0 0 Penang 33 0 4 0 Natal 0 0 0 0 Porto Pico, fine 43 0 45 0 middling to good 39 0 42 0 low to middling 35 6 37 0 Cuba, Fine 40 0 41 0 low to middling 3 5 0 38 0 Havana, fine 4.
Hanagan, meanwhile, following defeat on 6-4 favourite Colbyor, rode a vintage race in the 7f handicap to score on the Linda Perratt-trained Berbice, who ended a 36-race losing run, spanning more than two years, by a nose, a neck and another nose in a blanket finish.
55: MEAN LAE (K J Manning, 8-1) 1; Berbice (6-1f) 2; Smartest (12-1) 3.
In "Marcus Garvey and the Vision of Africa", edited by John Henrik Clarke, the Dutch are described as the "most brutal" of the slave-raiders: "The Dutch had established themselves in Berbice in 1624.