By Charles Richard Smith; United States. Marine Corps
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The walls were over 6m high and the moat 5m wide. The fort underwent few changes in the next half century. New casemates were built between 1752 and 1756 that widened the terreplein and raised the height of the walls. Jamaica and landed without much opposition in the area of the present city of Kingston on 10 May 1655. Jamaica was a sparsely settled Spanish colony of perhaps 1,500 people all engaged in raising cattle. It was occupied by the British without much difficulty and was soon reinforced with more English troops and settlers.
In 1678, the town was attacked by Coxton and La Sonda, and in 1679 English buccaneers demanded 100,000 ducats in ransom. The successive raids discouraged its inhabitants, who gradually left the place. The main forts were now San Jeromino, Gloria and the Iron Castle. It was only a small town when British Admiral Hoster took it in 1726, followed by Admiral Vernon in November 1739. Vernon had the forts ‘blown up and entirely demolished’, weakening further what remained of the town’s defences, but he could only obtain a ransom of 10,000 ducats, an indication of the town’s steady decline.
Pi ). y g g d rt n s. qxd 5/10/06 4:16 PM Page 49 Renewal of the fortification system from 1763 The fall of Havana and Manila (in the Philippines) to the British in 1762 caused a shock wave at the Spanish court.
A brief history of the 12th Marines by Charles Richard Smith; United States. Marine Corps