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A GENUINE DICKY SAM Liverpool and Slavery.
A GENUINE DICKY SAM Liverpool and Slavery.

Scouse Press (1985)
137pp + folding plan of Slave Ship "Brookes" of Liverpool. Facsimile reprint of 1884 ed., clean in card covers.
£5.00


ANON Extracts from the evidence taken before committees of the two Houses of Parliament relative to the Slave Trade, - with illustrations from collateral sources of information.
ANON Extracts from the evidence taken before committees of the two Houses of Parliament relative to the Slave Trade, - with illustrations from collateral sources of information.

Negro Uni Press (1969)
126 + [2] pp. Facsimile reprint of 1851 ed., clean in brown cloth.
£9.00


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


JEKYLL J. Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho. - An African to which are prefixed Memoirs of his life.
JEKYLL J. Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho. - An African to which are prefixed Memoirs of his life.

Dawsons of Pall Mall, London (1968)
xx + xvi + 310pp + folding plate. Facsimile reprint of 1803 ed., very fine in red cloth.
Sancho arrived in England at the age of two and grew up in mid eighteenth century London.
£36.00


JOBSON R. The Golden Trade - or A Discovery of the River Gambra, and the Golden Trade of the Aethiopians.  With a new introduction by Walter Rodney.
JOBSON R. The Golden Trade - or A Discovery of the River Gambra, and the Golden Trade of the Aethiopians. With a new introduction by Walter Rodney.

Dawsons of Pall Mall, London (1968)
xv + xvii + 210pp. Facsimile reprint of 1623 first edition, very fine in orange cloth.
One of the earliest English protests against the African slave trade.
£20.00


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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MARRYAT Joseph A Reply to the Arguments contained in various publications, recommending an equalization of the duties on East & West Indian Sugar. London : Printed for J.M. Richardson 1823 111pp. 1st ed., fine, disbound retaining half title. Marryat was the founder of a large commercial house with interests in the trade of Trinidad. 'Opposes equalization and attempts to prove that East India sugar was a slave, not a free-grown, product. Presents arguments on both sides very fully.' [Ragatz p.308]
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