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A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave trade to Africa.

A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave trade to Africa.

Shewing, the contradiction this trade bears, both to laws divine and provincial; the disadvantages arising from it, and advantages from abolishing it, both to Europe and Africa, particularly to Britain and the plantations. : Also shewing, how to put this trade to Africa on a just and lawful footing.

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Published by Printed by E. Russell, near the new intelligence-office and auction-room, and next the cornfield, Union-Street. in Boston: N.E .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slave trade -- Great Britain,
  • Slave trade -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy James Swan, a native of Great-Britain, and friend to the welfare of this continent
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 12572
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxvi, [1], 18-70, [2] p.
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18183018M

    Sep 13,  · Rhode Island recommended a stoppage of "all trade with Great Britain, Ireland, Africa and the West Indies."5 North Carolina, in August, , resolved in convention "That we will not import any slave or slaves, or purchase any slave or slaves, imported or brought into this Province by others, from any part of the world, after the first day of. Buy Things I Hate About Your House by James Swan for $ at Mighty Ape Australia. In stock now. Ever wish you could have a nationally known interior designer walk through your home and save you from your very own decorating disasters? Now is your.

    A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave-trade to Africa.: Shewing the injustice thereof, &c.: Revised and abridged. Swan, James, These letters from the Marquis de Lafayette to Thomas Clarkson and Granville Sharp, both antislavery agitators in Great Britain, reveal the uncompromising opposition of Lafayette to slavery, the slave trade, and the degredation of African-Americans.

    Quakers, while protesting against the slave trade, denounced also the policy of neglecting their moral and spiritual welfare.[5] The growing interest of this sect in the Negroes was shown later by the development in of a definite scheme for freeing and returning them to Africa after having been educated and trained to serve as. the slave trade especially, whether foreign or domestic, bore a permanent stigma. [Footnote _E. g., Annals of Congress_, , pp. ] CHAPTER VIII. THE CLOSING OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE. The many attempts of the several colonies to restrict or prohibit the importation of slaves were uniformly thwarted, as we have seen, by the3/


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