6 SEPTEMBER 1834, Page 2

Accounts from the West Indies to the 5th of August

were re- ceived yesterday. From an epitome of their contents, published in the Courier, it appears, that at St. Kitt's the Negroes had re- fused to work, and manifested a refractory spirit : however, Sir EVAN MACGREGOR, the Governor, had sufficient force at his dis- pbsal to prevent open outrage. At Trinidad, Grenada, and Mont- serrat, appearances were also unfavourable ; though there was slot much cause for alarm. At St. Lucie, Tortola, Nevis, Domi- lidea, St. Vincents, Barbadoes, and Antigua, all was quiet ; and the Negroes generally worked as usual. There is no apprentice- ship at Antigua. The slaves in Bermuda was also'peaceable when the latest vessel left.