By David Griffiths
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78 Under such circumstances, the sugar industry's fortunes, as well as Land, labor, and capital, 1721±1936 27 those of the colony as a whole, rose and fell upon the ability of local capital to meet the demands being made upon it. Two principal factors governed domestic capital formation in Mauritius after 1810: the world market price for sugar and the industry's pro®tability. Despite the colony's importance as a producer during the mid-nineteenth century, Mauritian planters exercised no control over the market price of sugar, and the colony was accordingly forced to cope with repeated cycles of economic boom and bust as the price of sugar rose and fell from year to year, sometimes dramatically so.
In 1821, the Rev. ''6 Eleven years later, eighteen estate-owners in Pamplemousses district complained to their civil commissioner that ``the number of maroons . . ''7 Fugitive slaves on the Ile de France elicited the same feelings of fear, anxiety, and revulsion they inspired elsewhere in the slave-owning world. These feelings stemmed in part from their ability to pose a serious threat to life, limb, and property. In June, 1749, Baron Grant reported that while the colony's fugitives generally contented themselves ``with 35 36 Slaves, Freedmen, and Indentured Laborers in Colonial Mauritius pillaging what they want for their support .
The growing weakness of the colonial economy would become readily apparent during the 1890s, a decade which proved to be another watershed period in the island's social and economic history. While the advent of the twentieth century witnessed a recovery from the various natural and economic disasters of the 1890s, the problems facing the Mauritian economy remained fundamentally unchanged. The outbreak of World War I in 1914 spurred a short-lived recovery in sugar prices which soared to astronomical levels by 1920 before beginning an equally precipitous decline to pre-war levels by 1925.
A grammar of the Malagasy language : in the Ankova dialect by David Griffiths