RECORD: 1867. The Jamaica committee. The Times (25 January): 3.

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed (single key) by AEL Data 10.2008. RN1


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THE JAMAICA COMMITTEE. Officers, 65, Fleet-street, London. The TEN THOUSAND POUNDS FUND.

Chairman—JOHN STUART MILL, Esq., M.P.

Treasurer—P. A. Taylor, Esq., M.P.

Hon Secretary—F. W. Chesson, Esq.

*L. M. Aspland, Esq., Temple

*Stafford Allen, Esq.

*John Bright, Esq., M.P.

Thomas Barnes, Esq., M.P.

Professor Beesly

Jacob Bright, Esq.

Edward Baines, Esq., M. P.

Captain A. B. Becher, R.N.

*Major Evans Bell

*Edmond Beales, Esq.

Professor Bain, Aberdeen

Professor Cairnes

Joseph Cowen, Esq., M.P.

*L. A. Chamerovzow, Esq.

*Henry Crompton, Esq., Temple

John Crossley, Esq., Halifax

Charles Darwin, Esq.

Albert Venn Dicey, Esq., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

J. L. S. Davidson, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

William Evans, Esq.

*J. H. Estcourt, Esq.

*Professor Fawcett, M.P.

Professor Frankland

Edward A. Freeman, Esq., Trinity College, Oxford

Hon. F. Leveson Gower, M.P.

*Charles Gilpin, Esq., M.P.

J. V. Godwin, Esq., Mayor of Bradford

T. H. Green, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

*Professor Huxley, F.R.S.

*Frederick Harrison, Esq., Lincoln's-inn

Isaac Holden. Esq., M.P.

*Thomas Hughes, Esq., M.P.

*C. H. Hopwood, Esq., Temple

Thomas Hare, Esq.

R. H. Hutton, Esq.

Lewin Hill, Esq.

George Howard, Esq.

Dr. W. B. Hodgson

C. P. Ilbert, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

Robert Kell, Esq., Bradford

Henry Kelsall, Esq., Rochdale

Rev. W. O. Kinglake, M.A.

J. Doyd Kinnear, Esq. Lincoln's-inn

Sir Charles Lyell, Bart.

*J. M. Ludlow, Esq.

Godfrey Lushington, Esq., Lincoln's-inn.

St. Wilfrid Lawson, Bart.

Lacut-Colonel Lyell

Rev. T. Levey, Rector of Knight's Enham

R. B. Litchfield, Esq., Temple

*A. M'Arthur, Esq.

*Richard Moore, Esq.

*W. T. Malleson, Esq.

*Samuel Morley, Esq.

*Edward Miall, Esq.

Duncan M'Laren, Esq., M.P.

Hon. W. M'Arthur

Professor F. W. Newman

W. L. Newman, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

H. Nettleship, Esq., Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford

William Ogle, Esq., M.D.

T. B. Potter, Esq., M.P.

R. N. Philips, Esq., M.P.

Major Poore

Edmund Potter, Esq., M.P.

J. Purves, Esq., Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

*Rev. Henry Richard

Professor Rogers, Oxford

Major Rolland

Mr. Deputy Charles Reed

*Goldwin Smith, Esq.

*Herbert Spencer, Esq.

Professor Henry J. S. Smith, Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford

*H. J. Slack, Esq., F.G.S.

Colonel Salwey

*William Shaen, Esq., M.A.

Dr. Humphrey Sandwith, C.B.

Titus Salt, Esq., Bradford

Chas. Sturge, Esq., Birmingham

*Hon. E. Lyulph Stanley

Hon. Henry Stanley

J. B. Smith, Esq., M.P.

Rev. Leslie Stephen

Rev. E. T. Sale, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Professor Sylvester

Francis Taylor, Esq., Chairman of the Manchester Committee

Professor J. J. Tayler

*E. B. Underhill, Esq., LL.D.

David Urquhart, Esq.

James White, Esq., M.P.

Sir James Watts, Manchester

Samuel William Wilberforce, Esq.

H. Lee Warner, Esq., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge

H. M. Williams, Esq., Lincoln's-inn

John Williams, Esq., Gray's-inn

Rev. J. Lee Warner, Honorary Canon of Norwich Cathedral

Sir George Young, Bart.

And 600 other gentlemen.

* The gentlemen whose names are marked with an asterisk form the Executive Committee.

The Jamaica Committee having been advised that the facts disclosed in the report of the Royal Commissioners afford a proper ground for an indictment for murder to be preferred against Mr. Eyre and the other persons concerned in the trial and execution of Mr. Gordon, and that no other mode of vindicating the law in reference to those facts is open to them, they have instructed their solicitors to proceed forthwith with an indictment against Mr. Eyre. As witnesses have to be brought from Jamaica some delay is unaveilable.

Subscriptions should be forwarded to the Treasurer, Mr. P. A. Taylor, M.P., Aubrey-house, Notting-hill: or to Mr. F. W. Chesson, the Hon. Secretary, 65, Fleet-street, London. A complete list of subscriptions will shortly be published.

In order to correct a false statement which has been advertised in some of the public journals, it is necessary to explain that the Committee have no connexion, either directly or indirectly, with any of the civil actions which have been commenced against Mr. Eyre and Colonel Nelson.


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