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Use in Literature
My mother's cousin, a Colonel Willoughby, of whom we have before spoken, came over from England, on the strength of some vague rumors that reached the family from Jamaica, and was successful in discovering the only survivor of his uncle's family.
–T.S. Arthur in The Allen House.
His duty is to tickle his masters jaded palate with spiritual treacle seasoned with Jamaica ginger, to cook up sensations as antidotes for ennui.
–William Cowper Brann in Brann The Iconoclast, vol 1.
Indeed, it was true, as he had stated to Leonard by the Brent, that even after he had resigned his desk in the London office, he had had the offer of an appointment in Jamaica, and a place in India, from the minister.
–Edward Bulwer-Lytton in My Novel, book 6.
Jamaica bodies, use him weel, An' hap him in cozie biel: Ye'll find him aye a dainty chiel, An' fou o' glee: He wad na wrang'd the vera deil, That's owre the sea.
–Robert Burns in Poems And Songs Of Robert Burns.
The species preferred are, in order of merit, the Cayena, the black Jamaica, and the Brazilian Abacaxi.
–Richard Burton in To the Gold Coast for Gold.
But, on the other hand, those refined thinkers who worship the Devil, whether in the swamps of Jamaica or the salons of Paris, always insist upon the shapelessness, the wordlessness, the unutterable character of the abomination.
–G.K. Chesterton in A Miscellany of Men.
Poole tells me you talk of Jamaica as a summer excursion.
–Samuel Taylor Coleridge in Biographia Epistolaris (ed Turnbull), vol 1.
He had previously held pastorates in Jamaica Plain and Concord.
–George Willis Cooke in Unitarianism in America.
Garvey tried to establish a worldwide movement with its base in Jamaica, but a power fight for control with the New York leadership developed.
–Norman Coombs in Black Experience.
His ancestors had belonged to the Maroons, a group of slaves who had escaped and established their own community in the Jamaican hills.
–Norman Coombs in Black Experience.
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