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BOLT C. The Anti-Slavery movement and reconstruction. - A study of Anglo-American co-operation 1833-1877.
BOLT C. The Anti-Slavery movement and reconstruction. - A study of Anglo-American co-operation 1833-1877.

Oxford Uni Press (1969)
197pp, 1st ed., clean in clean D/W.
£8.00


CAIRNES J.E. The slave power. - Its character, career and probable designs being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest.
CAIRNES J.E. The slave power. - Its character, career and probable designs being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest.

David & Charles (1968)
410pp. Reprint of 1863 ed., ex libre still fine in D/W.
Classic study of the background to the American Civil War.
£16.00


CONNEAU Capt. Theophilus A Slaver
CONNEAU Capt. Theophilus A Slaver's Log Book: Or, 20 Years' Residence in Africa.

Robert Hale Ltd (1977)
370pp. 1st U.K. ed., very fine in fine D/W.
£10.00


COOPER Joseph The Lost Continent; - or Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa, 1875.
COOPER Joseph The Lost Continent; - or Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa, 1875.
COOPER Joseph The Lost Continent; - or Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa, 1875.

Longmans, Green & Co., London (1875)
viii + 138pp + coloured folding map + publisher's ad. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn original half calf.
Includes coloured map of Africa showing the parts where slavery still existed.
£175.00


SHEPPARD John Granville Sharp, Father of the Anti-Slavery Movement in Britain.
SHEPPARD John Granville Sharp, Father of the Anti-Slavery Movement in Britain.

Published by the author (2007)
32pp, 1st ed., fine in card covers.
£8.00


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1847 (5 Apr) DRY HARBOUR JAMAICA cds (P2b) on EL to 'Editor of the Anti Slavery Reporter, London'. London cds on back. Rated 1/2d. Letter from Benjamin B. Dexter, secretary of the Jamaica Educational Society at Stewart Town, Alexandria on the possible effects of Earl Grey's Govt. Circular to the Governor of Jamaica on provision of education for the negro race.
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JAMAICA Jamaica Slaves. Return from the Provost Martial of the Island of Jamaica, of the number of slaves sold under execution for debt in that island, in each year, since 1st Jan 1808 to the present time; with the aggregate amount of the sales in each case. H.M.S.O. 1828 5 large pp. 1st ed., clean in paper covers.
40

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