Catalog Record: An exposition of the African slave trade, from the year 1840, to 1850, inclusive | Hathi Trust Digital Library


An exposition of the African slave trade, from the year 1840, to 1850, inclusive. Prepared from official documents, and published by direction of the representatives of the Religious Society of Friends, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

Corporate Author: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia, J. Rakestraw, printer, 1851.
Subjects: Great Britain. > Parliament.
Slave trade.
Note: Based chiefly on the "Slave trade papers" presented to and published by the Parliament of Great Britain, with additional material from the official communications of foreign ministers and officers of the U.S. cf. Pref.
Physical Description: 160 p. 23 cm.
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