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English Revolution in the Colonies and Restoration Colonies Around the same time, fighting during the War of the Three Kingdoms and the Interregnum spilled over into Barbados and Barbadian territorial waters. To try to bring the recalcitrant colony to heel, the Commonwealth Parliament passed an act on 3 October prohibiting trade between England and Barbados, and because the island also traded with the Netherlandsfurther navigation acts were passed prohibiting any but English vessels trading with Dutch colonies.
These acts were a precursor to the First Anglo-Dutch War. The Commonwealth of England sent an invasion force under the command of Sir George Ayscuewhich arrived in October The workable sugar plantation required a large investment and a great deal of heavy labour.
At first, Dutch traders supplied the equipment, financing, and enslaved Africans, in addition to transporting most of the sugar to Europe.
In the population of Barbados was estimated at 30, of which about were of African descent, with the remainder mainly of English descent. These English smallholders were eventually bought out and the island filled up with large sugar plantations worked by enslaved Africans.
By there was near parity with 27, blacks and 26, whites. By at least 12, white smallholders had been bought out, died, or left the island. Many of the remaining whites were increasingly poor. By there were 17 slaves for every indentured servant.
Bythere were 15, free whites and 50, enslaved Africans. Due to the increased implementation of slave codeswhich created differential treatment between Africans and the white workers and ruling planter classthe island became increasingly unattractive to poor whites.
Black or slave codes were implemented in,and In response to these codes, several slave rebellions were attempted or planned during this time, but none succeeded.
Nevertheless, poor whites who had or acquired the means to emigrate often did so. Planters expanded their importation of enslaved Africans to cultivate sugar cane.
One early advocate of slave rights in Barbados was the visiting Quaker preacher Alice Curwen in Barbados is the easternmost island in the Lesser Antilles.
It is flat in comparison to its island neighbours to the west, the Windward Islands. Other major towns scattered across the island include Holetownin the parish of Saint James ; Oistinsin the parish of Christ Church ; and Speightstownin the parish of Saint Peter.
The land slopes in a series of "terraces" in the west and goes into an incline in the east. A large proportion of the island is circled by coral reefs. The erosion of limestone in the northeast of the island, in the Scotland District, has resulted in the formation of various caves and gullies.
On the Atlantic east coast of the island coastal landformsincluding stacks, have been created due to the limestone composition of the area.
Also notable in the island is the rocky cape known as Pico Teneriffe  or Pico de Tenerife, which is named after the fact that the island of Tenerife in Spain is the first land east of Barbados according to the belief of the locals. Bathsheba, Saint Joseph The country generally experiences two seasons, one of which includes noticeably higher rainfall.
Known as the " wet season ", this period runs from June to November. By contrast, the " dry season " runs from December to May.Gili Island Snorkeling Day Trip.
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