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An Account of Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa FALCONBRIDGE (Alexander)Binnsvol001-0011788
Thoughts upon the African Slave Trade NEWTON (John)Binnsvol001-0021788
Considerations on the emancipation of Negroes and on the Abolition of the slave trade (pro-slavery tract) PLANTER (by a West Indian)Binnsvol001-0031788
Objections to the Abolition of the slave Trade with answers RAMSAY (Rev. James A. M.)Binnsvol001-0041788
Justice and Mercy recommended particularly with reference to the Slave Trade... Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge by Peter Peckard, Master of Magdalen College PECKARD (Peter)Binnsvol001-0051788
A Sermon on the Subject of the Slave Trade.. PRIESTLEY (Joseph)Binnsvol001-0061788
A sermon preached at Cambridge ROBINSON (Robert)Binnsvol001-0071788
spiritual refutation of a pamphlet, lately published by the Rev. Raymond Harris, entitled Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave trade ROSCOE (William)Binnsvol001-0081788
Title: A short sketch of temporary regulations for the intended settlement on the Grain Coast of Africa near Sierra Leone Granville SharpBinnsvol002-0011786
Considerations on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade upon the grounds of natural, religious and political duty BURGESS (Thomas)Binnsvol002-0021789
Observations occasioned by the attempts made in England to affect the abolition of the slave trade, showing the manner in which Negroes are treated in the British colonies in the West Indies. FRANCKLYN (Gilbert)Binnsvol002-0031789
Notes on the two reports from the Committee of the Honourable House of Assembly of Jamaica, by a Jamaica Planter Binnsvol003-0011789
Scripture to the friend of freedom, exemplified by a refutation of the arguments offered in defence of slavery in a tract entitled scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave trade SCRIPTUREBinnsvol003-0021789
The speech of Mr Beaufoy (18.6.1788) in a committee of a whole house (in Parliament) on a Bill for regulating the Conveyance of Negroes from Africa to the West Indies, to which are added observations on the evidence adduced against the Bill. (Rejection of arguments supporting the transportation of enslaved Africans) also Observations on the evidence BEAUFOY (Henry)Binnsvol003-0031789
An essay on the comparative efficiency of Regulation or Abolition, as applied to the slave trade CLARKSON (Thomas)Binnsvol003-0041789
Answers to the fifth table of queries, published by the society in London, instituted for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave trade, by Thomas Cochrane MD COCHRANE (Thomas)Binnsvol003-0051789
Observations on the slave trade from the coast of Guinea, during a voyage made in 1787 and 1788 WADSTROM (Charles Bems)Binnsvol004-0011789
An essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade, in two parts CLARKSON (Thomas)Binnsvol004-0021788
Letters on slavery, by William Dickson, formerly private secretary to the late Hon. Edward Hay, Governor of Barbados DICKSON (William)Binnsvol004-0031789
An address to the inhabitants in general of great Britain and Ireland, relating to a few of the consequences which must naturally result from the abolition of the slave trade, by Michael Renwick Sergent (?) Liverpool 1788 RENWICK (Michael)Binnsvol005-0011788
Letters relative to a voyage undertaken to Africa in 1787, for the purpose of promoting a plan for a new and independent settlement on the western coast WADSTROM (Charles Bems)Binnsvol005-0021789
Heads of the Speech Delivered by Colonel Tarleton, On the 18th of April, 1791, on a Motion made by Mr. Wilberforce, for the Abolition of The Slave Trade WILBERFORCEBinnsvol005-0031791
Fugitive thoughts on the African slave trade, interspersed with cursory remarks on the manners, customs and commerce of the African and American Indians FUGITIVEBinnsvol005-0041792
Liberty or Death – a tract by which is vindicated the obvious practicability of trading to the coasts of Guinea for its natural products, in lieu of the slave trade (much more to the interest of the merchants in particular, and the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland in general) by John Lowe of Manchester LOWE (John)Binnsvol005-0051789
A Particular examination of Mr Harris’ scriptural researches on the Licitness of the Slave trade, by Henry Dannett, Minister of St. John’s, Liverpool (1788) A pamphlet that examines whether slavery is right by looking at biblical texts Themes DANNETT (Henry)Binnsvol005-0061788
Unanswerable arguments against the abolition of the slave trade, with a defence of the proprietors of the British sugar colonies against certain malignant charges contained in letters published by a sailor and by Luffman, Newton, etc AdairBinnsvol006-0011790
An abstract of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the House of Commons in the years 1790 and 1791, on the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave trade Binnsvol006-0021791
Abridgement of the minutes of the evidence, taken before a committee of the whole house, to whom it was referred to consider of the Slave Trade, 1789 (part1) NUMBER IBinnsvol007-0011789
Abridgement of the minutes of the evidence, taken before a committee of the whole house, to whom it was referred to consider of the Slave Trade, 1790 (Part 2) NUMBER IIBinnsvol007-0021790
Observations on the project for abolishing the slave trade, and on the reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the Negroes Binnsvol009-0011790
Adresse a l’assemblee nationale, pour l’abolition de la traite des noirs, pour la societe des Amis des Noirs de Paris (Fevrier 1790) ADRESSEBinnsvol009-0021790
Discours sur La Traite des Noirs, par M. Petion de Villeneuve, member de l’Assemblee Nationale VILLENEUVE (Jerome)Binnsvol009-0031790
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave trade in the House of Commons, on April 18th and 19th 1791. WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol009-0041791
A general view of the African slave trade, demonstrating its injustice and impolicy: with hints towards a bill for its abolition. "ROSCOE William"Binnsvol010-0011788
A letter to his Royal Highness the duke of Gloucester, President of the African Institution, from Zachary Macaulay Esq. occasioned by a pamphlet lately published by Dr. Thorpe, late judge of the colony of Sierra Leone, entitles ‘A Letter to William Wilberforce Zachary Macaulay Binnsvol010-0021815
A discourse delivered on the death of Capt. Paul Cuffee before the New York African Institution in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, October 21st, 1817, by Peter Williams, a man of colour. WILLIAMS (Peter)Binnsvol010-0031818
Substance of the proceedings in the House of Commons on Thursday July 25 1822 on the occasion of two addresses to His Majesty, one moved by Mr William Wilberforce, for preventing the Extension of slavery at the Cape of Good Hope, and the other, by Mr Wilmot, for sending Commissioners of Enquiry to certain British Colonies. Binnsvol010-0041822
Letters addressed to William Wilberforce MP recommending the encouragement of the cultivation of sugar in our dominions in the East Indies as the natural and certain means of effecting the total and general abolition of the slave trade CROPPER (James)Binnsvol010-0051822
An address to the inhabitants of Europe on the iniquity of the Slave Trade; issued by the Religious society of Friends, commonly called Quakers in Great Britain and Ireland Binnsvol010-0061822
Information concerning the slave trade printed by order of a committee acting under the direction of the yearly meeting of the religious Society of Friends FRIENDS (Society of)Binnsvol010-0071821
The cries of Africa to the inhabitants of Europe or, a survey of that bloody commerce called the slave trade CLARKSON (Thomas)Binnsvol010-0081821
Consideration on the slave trade.. Binnsvol010-0091791
An account of some recent transactions in the colony of Sierra Leone, with a few observations on the state of the African coast GRANT (John)Binnsvol011-0011810
The trials of the slave traders: Samuel Samo, Joseph Peters and William Tufft, tried in April and June 1812 before the Hon. Robert Thorpe LLD Chief Justice of Sierra Leone, with two letters on the slave trade TUFFT (William)Binnsvol011-0021813
A letter to William Wilberforce, vice president of the African Institution containing remarks on the reports of the Sierra Leone Company and African institution with hints respecting the means by which a universal abolition of the slave trade might be carried into effect, by Robert Thorpe Esq. chief justice of Sierra Leone and judge of the vice admiralty court in that colony (1815) A preface to the thid edition of a lettr to William Wilberforce WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol011-0031815
Perface the third edition of a Letter to William Wilberforce.. WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol011-0041815
A memoir of transactions that took place in St. Domingo in the spring of 1799; affording an idea of the present state of that country the real character of its black governor Toussaint L’Ouverture, and the safety of out West India Islands from attack or revolt, including the rescue of a British officer under sentence of death, by Captain Rainsford RAINSFORD (Marcus)Binnsvol011-0051802
Observations on the late treaty of peace with France; so far as it relates to the slave trade: in a letter to a friend Binnsvol011-0061814
A defence of the decree of the National convention of France, for emancipating the slaves in the West Indies FOX (William)Binnsvol011-0071794
Commercial reasons for the non abolition of the slave trade in the West India Islands, by a planter, and a merchant of many years residence in the West Indies Binnsvol012-0011789
The claim for fresh evidence on the subject of the slave trade considered Binnsvol012-0021807
A very new Pamphlet indeed! being The truth addressed to the people at large, containing some strictures on the English Jacobins, and the evidence of Lord McCartney and others, before the House of Lords, respecting the Slave Trade M'CARTNEY (Lord)Binnsvol012-0031792
Old truths and Established Facts, being and answer to a "Very New Pamphlet indeed!" Binnsvol012-003a1792
Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave trade, showing its conformity with the principles of natural and revealed religion, delineated in the sacred writings of the word of God HARRIS (Raymund)Binnsvol012-0041788
Scriptural researches on the Licitness of the Slave-Trade..Second edition of the above pamphlet, to which are added scriptural directions for the proper treatment of slaves, and a review of some scurrilous pamphlets, by Rev. R Harris HARRIS (Raymund)Binnsvol012-0051788
An answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson’s Essay on the Slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African; in a series of letters from a gentleman in Jamaica to his friend in London: wherein many of the mistakes and misrepresentations of Mr Clarkson are pointed out, both in regard to the manner in which that commerce is carried on in Africa, and the treatment of slaves in the West Indies, showing at the same time, the antiquity, universality and lawfulness of slavery, as ever having been one of the states and conditions of mankind, by G. Francklyn Esq FRANCKLYN (Gilbert)Binnsvol012-0061789
East and West India Sugar; or, a refutation of the claims of the West India Colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar MACAULEY (Zachary)Binnsvol013-0011823
Suggestions on freedom of commerce and navigation, more especially in reference to the East India Trade PRINSEP (John)Binnsvol013-0021823
A reply to the arguments contained in various publications recommending an equalization of the duties on East and West Indian Sugar MARRYAT (Joseph)Binnsvol013-0031823
A letter to William Whitmore Esq. M.P. pointing out some of the erroneous statements contained in a pamphlet by Joseph Marryat Esq. M.P. entitled A reply to the arguments contained in various publications recommending an equalization of the duties on East and West Indian Sugar. By the author of a pamphlet entitled East and West India Sugar MACAULAY (Zachary)Binnsvol013-0041823
Negro slavery; or a view of some of the more prominent features of that state of society as it exists in the United States of America and in the colonies of the West Indies, especially Jamaica MACAULEY (Zachary)Binnsvol013-0051823
An appeal to the religion, justice and humanity of the inhabitants of the British Empire on behalf of the Negro slaves in the West Indies, by William Wilberforce Esq. M.P WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol013-0061823
Declaration of the objects of the Liverpool society for promoting the abolition of slavery, 25th March 1823 1st version Binnsvol014-0011823
Declaration of the objects of the Liverpool society for promoting the abolition of slavery, 25th March 1823 2nd version same as published Binnsvol014-0021823
Declaration of the objects of the Liverpool society for promoting the abolition of slavery, 25th March 1823 published version Binnsvol014-0031823
An address from the Liverpool Society for the abolition of slavery, on the safest and most effacious means of promoting the gradual improvement of the Negro slaves in the British West India Islands, preparatory to their becoming free labourers, and on the expected consequences of that change. first version Binnsvol014-0041824
An address from the Liverpool Society for the abolition of slavery, on the safest and most effacious means of promoting the gradual improvement of the Negro slaves in the British West India Islands, preparatory to their becoming free labourers, and on the expected consequences of that change. Second version Binnsvol014-0051824
An address from the Liverpool Society for the abolition of slavery, on the safest and most effacious means of promoting the gradual improvement of the Negro slaves in the British West India Islands, preparatory to their becoming free labourers, and on the expected consequences of that change. Third version [The same as published] Binnsvol014-0061824
A letter addressed to the Liverpool Society for promoting the abolition of slavery CROPPER (James)Binnsvol014-0071823
A letter addressed to the Liverpool Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, on the injurious affects of high process of produce, and the beneficial affects of low prices, on the conditions of slaves CROPPER (James)Binnsvol014-0081823
A letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Say, on the comparative expense of Free and slave labour HODGSON (Adam)Binnsvol014-0091823
Colonial Slavery: Letters to the Right Hon. William Huskisson, president of the Board of Trade on the present condition of slaves and the means best adapted to promote the mitigation and final extinction of slavery in the British colonies YATES (John Ashton)Binnsvol014-0101824
The correspondence between John Gladstone Esq. M.P. and James Cropper Esq. on the present state of slavery in the British West Indies and in the United States of America and on the importation of Sugar from the British settlements in India, with an appendix containing several papers on the subject of Slavery (Liverpool 1824 GLADSTONE (John) and CROPPER (James)Binnsvol014-0111824
The correspondence between John Gladstone and James Cropper.. GLADSTONE (John) and CROPPER (James)Binnsvol014-0121824
“Slavery” – from the Hull Rockingham of January 31st 1824 Binnsvol014-0131824
Negro Emancipation and West Indian Independence, the true interest of Great Britain, TAYLOR (John)Binnsvol014-0141824
An Address to The Friends of Negro Emancipation in Liverpool MUNGOBinnsvol015-0011824
An essay on the treatment and conversion of slaves in the British sugar colonie RAMSAY (James)Binnsvol015-0021784
An Essay on the slavery and Commerce of the Human species, particularly the African, translated from a Latin dissertation which was honoured with the first prize in the University of Cambridge, for the year 1785, with additions, by Thomas Clarkson (London 1786) CLARKSON (Thomas) Binnsvol015-0031786
Immediate not gradual abolition; or an inquiry into the shortest safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery, by Elizabeth Heyrick (?) (London 1824 Elizabeth HeyrickBinnsvol016-0011824
An appeal, not to the government, but to the people of England on the subject of West Indian Slavery (London 1824) Binnsvol016-0021824
An enquiry: which of the two parties is best entitled to freedom? The slave or the slave holder, from an impartial examination of the conduct of each party at the bar of public justice (London 1824) Binnsvol016-0031824
Report of the Committee of the society for the mitigation and gradual abolition of slavery throughout the British Dominions (London 1824) and proceedings of the first anniversary meeting of the Anti Slavery Society June 1824 Binnsvol016-0041824
Continuation of the appendix to the second report of the committee on African Instruction (London 1824 Binnsvol016-0051824
Clarendon’s accurate and copious account of the debates of the house of Commons, on Wilberforce’s motion for an abolition of the slave trade April 1792 WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol016-0061792
Mr Alexander Barings’ speech in the House of Commons on Buxton’s motion for a resolution declaratory of slavery in the British colonies, being contrary to the English constitution and to Christianity. (London 1823) BARING'S (Alexander) Binnsvol016-0071823
Second report of the committee managing a fund raised for the purpose of promoting African instruction, with an appendix (London 1824) Binnsvol016-0081824
A particular account of the commencement and progress of the insurrection of the Negroes in St Domingo, which began August 1791, being a translation of the speech made to the national assembly 3rd November 1791 by the deputies from the General Assembly of the French part of St Domingo, 2nd edition, with notes and an appendix containing extracts from other authentic papers (London 1792 Binnsvol016-0091792
An appeal to the British nation to think for themselves, instead of allowing Wilberforce, Buxton and others to think for them; with a true statement of the condition of the Negroes in Jamaica, second edition, by J Reed, as West India planter (Liverpool 1823) REED (J)Binnsvol016-0101823
A summary view of the progress of reform in the slave colonies of Great Britain, since the 15th May 1823 Binnsvol016-0111828
Thoughts upon Slavery by John Wesley (London 1774 WESLEY (John)Binnsvol016-0121774
Report of the agency committee of the anti slavery society, established in June 1831, for the purpose of disseminating information by lectures on colonial slavery (London 1832) Binnsvol016-0131832
Declaration of the objects of the Newcastle upon Tyne Society for promoting the Gradual abolition of slavery throughout the British Dominions (Newcastle upon Tyne 1823) Binnsvol016-0141823
Case of the Vigilante, a ship employed in the slave trade; with some reflections on that traffic (London 1823 Binnsvol016-0151823
Report of the committee managing a fund raised by some friends for the purpose of promoting African instruction with an account of a visit to the Gambia and Sierra Leone (London 1822) Binnsvol016-0161822
An official letter from the Commissioners of Correspondence of the Bahama Islands to George Chalmers Esq. colonial agent concerned the proposed abolition of slavery in the West Indies (Liverpool 1823) CHALMERS (George) Binnsvol018-0011823
A particular account of the commencement and progress of the insurrection of the Negroes in St Domingo, which began August 1791, being a translation of the speech made to the national assembly 3rd November 1791 by the deputies from the General Assembly of the French part of St Domingo, 2nd edition, with notes and an appendix containing extracts from other authentic papers (London 1791 Binnsvol018-0021791
Letters on the Necessity of a prompt extinction of British Colonial slavery; chiefly addressed to the more influential classes, to which are added, thoughts on compensation (London1826) Binnsvol018-0031826
The speech of James Stephen Esq. at the annual meeting of the African institution at Freemason’s Hall, 26th March 1817, published at the request of his Highness the Duke of Gloucester (London 1817) STEPHEN (James)Binnsvol018-0041817
An Abstract of the British West Indian Statutes, for the Protection and Government of Slaves. Binnsvol018-0051830
A review of the Slave Registration Acts, in a report of a committee of the board of directors of the African Institution made on the 22nd February1820, and published by order of that board (1820) Binnsvol018-0061820
A letter to his Excellency Prince of Talleyrand Perigord, on the subject of the slave trade, by William Wilberforce Esq. M.P. (London 1814) WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol018-0071814
Free Remarks on the spirit of the Federal Constitution, the practice of the Federal Government and the obligations of the Union, respecting the exclusion of slavery from the territories and new states, by a Philadelphian (Philadelphia 1819) WALSH (Robert)Binnsvol019-0011819
Considerations on the Negroe Cause commonly so called, addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Mansfield, lord chief justice of the court of the king’s bench, by Samuel Estwick, A.M. assistant agent for the Island of Barbados. 2nd edition (London 1773) ESTWICK (Samuel)Binnsvol019-0021773
Second Report of the Committee of the society of the mitigation and gradual abolition of slavery throughout the British dominions, read at the general meeting of the society held on the 30th day of April 1825 (London 1825) Binnsvol019-0031825
The Negro and the Free Born Briton compared; or a vindication of the African slave trade, proving that it is lawful and right, in a religious, in a political and in a commercial view. Interspersed with religious and critical digressions, humbly addressed to the people of England, but more particularly to the Legislature and to the merchants, planters and others concerned in the West India trade (London no date, perhaps 1790) Binnsvol019-0041789
Observations on the Demerara memorial and on the false assumption that enslaved British subjects are legal chattels, in a letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend in London (London 1829 Binnsvol019-0051829
Account of the Receipts and disbursements of the Anti Slavery society for the years 1823, 1824, 1825 and 1826, with a list of the subscribers Binnsvol019-0061827
West India Sugar. Binnsvol019-0071827
Ladies Anti-Slavery associations. Binnsvol019-0081827
Account of a shooting excursion on the mountains near Dromilly Estate in the parish of Trelawny, and island of Jamaica in the month of October 1824!!! (London 1825) Binnsvol020-0011825
Abstract of an act for better regulating the manner of carrying slaves in British vessels from the coast of Africa, passed July 12th, 1799 (1799) Binnsvol020-0021799
Address to the public on the present state of the question relative to Negro slavery in the British colonies (York 1828) Binnsvol020-0031828
Letters concerning the slave trade; and with respect to its intended abolition: by a merchant to his friend, on the continent (Liverpool, date unknown) Binnsvol020-0041793
An address to the members of the new parliament on the proceedings of the colonial department, in furtherance of the resolutions of the house of commons of the 15th May 1823, for ameliorating the condition of the slave population in his majesty’s colonies, and on the only course that ought now to be pursued (third edition, London 1826) Binnsvol020-0051826
How do we procure sugar? A question proposed for the consideration of the people of Great Britain, by a naval officer (Whitby, 1828) Binnsvol020-0061828
Thoughts on British colonial slavery, by the Rev. D. Wilson, vicar of Islington (1828) WILSON (Daniel)Binnsvol020-0071828
A letter to Mr James Cropper upon the petition for abolition of West India Slavery with some allusion to the distresses and crimes in England, the late riot at Blackburn (Liverpool 1828) Binnsvol020-0081826
De la Traite et de L’Esclavage des noirs et des Blancs "GREGOIRE (Henri Count)"Binnsvol020-0091815
Introductory observations in favour of the African slave trade, intended to point out the necessity for a more candid, connected, and extensive investigation of that great question that has yet been entered into; and to show the many benefits which, under god, have accrued to the British nation and to the Africans from that trade, and the evils that would ensue from its premature abolition; also, the means of lessening the mortality amongst negro slaves and among seamen employed in that trade, by Elliot Arthy (Liverpool 1804) ELLIOT (Arthy)Binnsvol020-0101804
A sermon on the African slave trade, preached at Maze Pond, Southwark, Lord’s Day afternoon, November 30th 1788, by James Dore (third edition 1788) DORE (James)Binnsvol020-0111788
Minutes of the 21st Biennial American convention for promoting the abolition of slavery and improving the condition of the African race. Convened at the city of Washington on December 8th 1829, and an appendix containing the addresses from various societies, together with the constitution and bye laws of the convention (Philadelphia 1829) Binnsvol020-0121829
The London Missionary Society’s report of the proceedings against the late Rev. J. Smith of Demerara, minister of the gospel, who was tried under martial law and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves (London 1824) from a full and correct copy, transmitted to England by Mr Smith’s counsel, and including the documentary evidence omitted in the parliamentary copy SMITH (John)Binnsvol020-0131824
The claims of west Africa to Christian instruction through the native languages by Hannah Kilham (London 1830) illustration of church mission settlement in Sierra Leone KILHAM (Hannah)Binnsvol021-0011830
Substance of the Report of the Court of directors of the Sierra Leone company to the general court, held at London 19th October 1791 (London 1791 FALCONBRIDGE Alexander Binnsvol021-0021791
Speech of William Pinkney Esq. in the House of Delegates of Maryland at their session in November 1789 (Philadelphia 1789) PINKNEY (William)Binnsvol021-0031790
Negro emancipation and the West Indian experience: the true interest of great Britain, by John Taylor (Liverpool 1824) TAYLOR (John)Binnsvol021-0041824
Correspondence between George Hibbert Esq. and the Rev. T. Cooper, relative to the condition of the negro slaves in Jamaica, extracted from the Morning Chronicle; also a libel on the character of Mr and Mrs Cooper, published in 1823, in several of the Jamaica journals; with notes and remarks by Thomas Cooper (London 1824) COOPER (Thomas)Binnsvol021-0051824
Facts illustrative of the conditions of the negro slaves in Jamaica, with notes and an appendix, by Thomas Cooper (London 1824) COOPER (Thomas)Binnsvol021-0061824
Observations principally upon the speech of Mr Wilberforce on his motion in the House of Commons, the 30th May 1804 for the abolition of the slave trade, by Jesse Foot, surgeon (London 1805) FOOT (Jesse)Binnsvol022-0011805
Letters in vindication of the rights of the British West India colonies, originally addressed to the editors of the Liverpool Mercury in answer to Mr James Cropper’s letters to W. Wilberforce Esq. MP, by Thomas Fletcher (Liverpool 1822) FLETCHER (Thomas)Binnsvol022-0021822
Doubts on the abolition of the Slave Trade; by an Old Member of Parliament.(London 1790) Binnsvol022-0031790
A caution to Great Britain and Her Colonies in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved Negroes in the British dominions, by Antony Benezet (Philadelphia and London 1767) BENEZET (Anthony)Binnsvol022-0041767
The just limitation of slavery in the Laws of God, compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders, by Granville Sharp, with a copious appendix (London 1776) SHARP (Granville)Binnsvol023-0011776
The evidence delivered on the petition presented by the West-India planters to the House of Commons, as was introduced at the bar, and summed up by Mr Glover (London 1775) GLOVER (R.)Binnsvol023-0021775
No Rum! No Sugar! or The Voice of Blood, being half an hour’s conversation between an Negro and an English gentleman, showing the horrible nature of the slave trade and pointing out an easy and effectual method of terminating it, by an act of the people (London 1792) Binnsvol023-0031792
An address to the inhabitants of the British Settlements in America upon slave keeping (Philadelphia 1773) Binnsvol023-0041773
From the National Intelligencer, an American paper, announcing the death of Paul Cuffee (September 1817) Binnsvol023-0051817
Short observations on slavery; introductory to some extracts from the writing of the Abbe Raynal, on that important subject (date unknown) BENEZET (Anthony)Binnsvol023-0061770
Substance of the report delivered by the court of directors of the Sierra Leone company to the general court of proprietors on Thursday 24th March 1794 (London 1794) engraving of plan of Sierra Leone attached Binnsvol023-0071794
Substance of the report delivered by the Court of Directors of the Sierra Leone Company to the general court of proprietors on Thursday 24th march 1808 (London 1808) Binnsvol023-0081808
Effects of slavery on morals and industry, by Noah Webster Esq. counsellor at law and member of the Connecticut society for the promotion of freedom (Hartford, Conn. 1793) WEBSTER (Noah)Binnsvol023-0091795
A second address to the right reverend the prelates of England and Wales, on the subject of the slave trade (London 1795) Binnsvol023-0101795
An account of the emancipation of the slaves of Unity Valley Pen, in Jamaica, by David Barclay (London 1801) BARCLAY (David)Binnsvol023-0111801
A letter to W. Manning Esq. MP on the causes of the rapid and progressive depreciation of West India Property (1807) BOSANQUET (Charles)Binnsvol024-0011807
Horrors of West India Slavery. Binnsvol024-0021806
Cursory remarks on the emancipation of slaves (author unknown, Liverpool 1823) Binnsvol024-0031823
Supplement to Mr. Cooper's letters on the Slave Trade. (Warrington 1788) COOPER (Thomas)Binnsvol024-0041788
Substance of the report of the Court of Directors of the Sierra Leone Company delivered to the general court of proprietors on Thursday 26th February 1795 (London 1795) Binnsvol024-0051795
An address to the people of Great Britain on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum, 21st edition (date unknown) Binnsvol024-0061795
Reflections on the blacks and whites – remarks upon a letter addressed by M. Mazeres, a French ex colonist, to JCL Sismonde de Sismondi, containing observations on the blacks and whites, the civilisation of Africa, the kingdom of Hayti etc. translated from the French of the Baron De Vastey, knight of the royal and military order of St Henry, secretary to the king, member of the privy council etc. (London1817 "VASTEY (J. L. de Bwon)"Binnsvol024-0071817
A serious address to the rulers of America, on the inconsistency of their conduct respecting slavery: forming a contrast between the encroachments of England on American liberty and American injustice in tolerating slavery. (1784) BENEZE1(Anthony)Binnsvol024-0081784
The speech of the Right Hon. William Pitt on a motion.. PITT (William)Binnsvol024-0091792
Observations upon Negro slavery.by Charles Crawford, Esq. (Tunbridge Wells, date unknown) CRAWFORD (Charles)Binnsvol024-0101785
Substance of a speech, delivered at a public meeting of the inhabitants of the city and county of Norwich on the subject of British colonial slavery, John Harvey Esq. in the chair, by Joseph John Gurney (Norwich 1824) GURNEY John)Binnsvol024-0111824
The Dying Negro, a poem in English and German (Leipzig 1798, with an engraving of an African in chains on a ship, holding a dagger, possibly a scene of a rebellion) DAY (Thomas) & BICKNELL (John)Binnsvol024-0121798
Extract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland, wherein is demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade etc. (London 1793) SHARP (Granville)Binnsvol024-0131806
An address to the people of Great Britain on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum, 10th edition (London 1791) Binnsvol024-0141791
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Abolition of Slavery and protection of missionaries.. HADFIELD (George)Binnsvol025-0041832
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Effects of the introduction of ardent spirits and implements of war, amongst the natives of some of the South sea Islands and New South Wales, extracted from the letters and journal of Daniel Wheeler, a minister of the society of Friends (London1839) WHEELER (Daniel)Binnsvol027-0011839
Texas: its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great Britain, examined in a series of letters by John Scoble London 1839 SCOBLE (John)Binnsvol027-0021839
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[Not published] Society of Friends in the United States: Their views of the Antislavery question and treatment of the people of Colour (Darlington 1840) [Not Published]Binnsvol027-0051840
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Fifth annual report of the executive committee of the America anti Slavery Society (New York 1838) Binnsvol027-0141838
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Report of the Parliamentary Select committee on Aboriginal tribes (London 1837) Binnsvol028-0031837
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Negro Slavery No. XVI. State of religious.. Binnsvol045-0211828
Negro Slavery No. XVII. Attempt to enlist.. Binnsvol045-0221830
Ladies Anti-Slavery Associations. Binnsvol045-0231827
A Picture of Colonial Slavery.. Binnsvol045-0241828
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements.. Binnsvol045-0251827
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements.. Binnsvol045-0261829
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements.. Binnsvol045-0271831
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements.. Binnsvol045-0281832
The Cries of Africa to the inhabitants of Europe... CLARKSON (Thomas)Binnsvol046-0011821
Information concerning the Slave Trade. Binnsvol046-0021821
An address to the inhabitants of Europe.. Binnsvol046-0031822
East and West India Sugar.. Binnsvol046-0041823
The constitution of the American Anti- Slavery Society.. Binnsvol047-0011838
Thoughts upon Slavery. WESLEY (Rev. John)Binnsvol047-0021838
Does the Bible sanction Slavery? Binnsvol047-0031836?
An address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky.. BROWN (John)Binnsvol047-0041836
The narrative of Amos Dresser_ Binnsvol047-0051836
Why Work for the Slave.. Binnsvol047-0061838?
Constitution of the Anti-Slavery Society_ Binnsvol048-0011838
Number 1. Fourth of July Book.. Binnsvol048-0021841
A narrative of the adventures and escape.. ROPER (Moses)Binnsvol048-0031838
The Ballot Box a Remedy for National.. Binnsvol048-0041838
The "Negro Pew:" Being an enquiry... Binnsvol048-0051837
Thoughts upon Slavery. IVESLEY (John)Binnsvol048-0061838
An address delivered in Marlboro' Chapel. GARRISON (Lloyd) WilliamBinnsvol048-0071831
An address delivered before the Old Colony.. GARRISON (Lloyd) WilliamBinnsvol048-0081839
Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving.. CLARKSON (Thomas)Binnsvol049-0011823
Negro Slavery; or a view of some of the more prominent features of that state... Binnsvol049-0021823
An appeal to the Religion Justice WILBERFORCE (William)Binnsvol049-0031823
Relief for the West-Indian Distress.. CROPPER (James)Binnsvol049-0041823
A letter to M. Jean-Baptiste Soy.. HODGSON (Adam)Binnsvol049-0051823
An address to the inhabitants of Europe.. Binnsvol049-0061822
Great Britain. Laws and Statutes Analysis.. Binnsvol050-0011836?
Report of the proceedings of the great Anti- Slavery meeting held at the Town Hall.. Binnsvol050-0021835
The Anti-Slavery Reporter No. 112. February1835 Binnsvol050-0031835
The Anti-Slavery Reporter. No. 1 3]. July 1836. [Vol. VI. No. 8].." Binnsvol050-0041836
To the Right Hon. Charles Baron Glenely.. Binnsvol050-0051835
Statements and Observations on the working of the Laws for the abolition of slavery.. Binnsvol050-0061836
Negro apprenticeship in the colonies. Binnsvol050-0071837
A report of the proceedings of the Public Meeting held at Exeter Hall... Binnsvol050-0081837
Jamaica under the apprenticeship system. Binnsvol050-0091838
Speech of S. Bowly esq. BOWLY (Samuel)Binnsvol050-0101838
Reflections on Slavery. Addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Dacre. """BELDAM (Joseph)"Suppvol052-0011830
No. 11. The Foreign Slave Trade. A brief.. Suppvol054-0011838
A review of the Late proposed measure.. BELDAM (Joseph)Suppvol055-0011841
Abridgement of Sir T. Fowell Buxton's work on the African Slave Trade.. BUXTON (Sir Thomas Fowell)Suppvol056-0011840
Remarks on the Society for the extinction of the Slave Trade.. Suppvol057-0011840
Reflections on Slavery: in reply to certain.. Suppvol058-0011826
Anti-Slavery Society. Negro Apprenticeship.. Suppvol059-0011838
[Another Edition. Negro Apprenticeship..] Suppvol061-0011837
Punishment inflicted under the apprenticeship system.. Suppvol062-0011838
Food and other maintenance and allowances under the apprenticeship system... Suppvol063-0011838
The Permanent Laws of the Emancipated Colonies in ms.. Suppvol065-0011838
Report of the Committee of the African Civilization Society.. Suppvol066-0011842
Baron Brougham and Vaux. Lord Braugham._ BROUGHAM (Henry)Suppvol067-0011838
An Act of the Jamaican Legislature for the classification of the apprenticed labourers. Suppvol067-0021837
Negro Apprenticeship in the British Colonies. Suppvol067-0031838
A statement of facts illustrating the administration of the abolition Law... Suppvol067-0041837
British Guiana Speech delivered at the Anti- Slavery meeting... SCOBLE (John)Suppvol067-0051838
A narrative of events since the 1st of August.. WILLIAMS (James)Suppvol067-0061838
The operation of the apprenticeship system.. BEVAN (William)Suppvol067-0071838
ECLETIC REVIEW. Anti-Slavery Crisis.. Suppvol067-0081838
A Letter to the Rt Hon_ Lord John Russell.. STEPHEN (Sir George)Suppvol068-0011840
Negro Apprenticeship in the Colonies.. Suppvol069-0011837
Reasons for temporarily suspending the Constitution of Jamaica.. Suppvol070-0011839
Slavery in America. A reprint of an appeal.. GRIMKE (Angelina E.)Suppvol071-0011837
Slavery. CHAINING (William)Suppvol072-0011836
The Marty Rage of the United States of America with an appeal... Suppvol073-0011840
The Uncle Tom's Cabin Almanac.. Suppvol074-0011853
Report of proceedings at the Soiree.. Suppvol075-0011847
Selections in Verse from Cooper Hannah Moose Pringle and others. Suppvol076-0011828
Review of Dr. H. Duncan's Letters on the West India Question. Suppvol077-0011831
Negro Slavery; or A view of some of the more prominent features of That State... Suppvol078-0011824
Facts illustrative of the condition of the Negro THOMAS (Cooper)Suppvol079-0011824
on the propriety of abstaining from West India Sugar.." Suppvol081a-0011791
A Summary of the evidence producted before Committee of the House of Commons.. Suppvol082b-0011792
Horrors of West India Slavery. Suppvol083a-0011806
Emancipation; or practical advice to British Slave-Holders.. WINN (T.S.)Suppvol092-0011824
Inquiries relating to Negro Emancipation. Suppvol093-0011829
Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons.. Suppvol094-0011823
A short review of the Slave Trade.. Suppvol095-0011827
Report of the Committee of The Society for the mitigation and gradual abolition of Slavery.. Suppvol096-0011824
Second report of the Committee of the Society for the mitigation and gradual abolition.. Suppvol098-0011825
Third report of the Committee of the Society for the mitigation and gradual abolition.. Suppvol099-0011826
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol101-0011827
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol102-0011829
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol103-001183?
Account of the Receipts and Disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol104-0011832
Negro Slavery. No. 1. Slavery in British Guiana. Suppvol105-0011823
Negro Slavery. No VII. Insurrections of Slaves in the West Indies.. Suppvol106-0011824
Negro Slavery. No. IX. Religious instruction of the Slave. Suppvol107-0011824
Negro Slavery. No. X. The Driving System. Suppvol110-0011824
Negro Slavery. No. XII. Misrepresentations of the Quarterly Review on Slavery. Suppvol111-0011824
Negro Slavery. No. XIV. The West Indies.. Suppvol113-0011825
Negro Slavery. No. XV. A Planter's view of the condition of the Negroes.. Suppvol114-0011825
Negro Slavery. No. XVI. State of the religiousinstruction among the Slaves.. Suppvol116-0011828?
Negro Slavery. No. XVII. Attempt to enlist religion on the side of the colonial slavery.. Suppvol117-0011830
A Summary View of the Progress of Reform in the Slave Colonies.. Suppvol118-0011828
Thoughts on the Necessity of Improving the Condition of The Slaves.. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol120-001184
The progress of Colonial Reform.. Suppvol121-0011826
To the Right Hon. Charles Baron Glenely Suppvol122-0011835
A voice to the United States of America from the metropolis of Scotland... Suppvol123-0011836
Report of the Committee of the African Institution read to the General meeting... Suppvol124-0011811
Thirteenth Report of the Directors of the African Institution.. Suppvol125-0011811
The Second annual report of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol126-0011841
Anti-Slavery Conference. Suppvol127-0011854
The Christian Record. October No. 2; Suppvol128-0011830
The Christian Record. November 1830. No.3 Suppvol128-0021830
The Christian Record. December 1830 No. 4. Suppvol128-0031830
The Christian Record. January No. 5; Suppvol128-0041831
CHRISTIAN RECORD (No.6 February 1831) Suppvol128-0051831
CHRISTIAN RECORD (no.7 March 1831 Suppvol128-0061831
CHRISTIAN RECORD No.8 April 1831 Suppvol128-0071831
CHRISTIAN RECORD (new Series No.1) September 1831 Suppvol128-0081831
CHRISTIAN RECORD February 1832 Suppvol128-0091832
CHRISTIAN RECORD March No.3 Suppvol128-0101832
Birmingham Female Society for the Relief of British Negro Slaves. Suppvol129-0011828
Extracts from the Royal Gazette. Jamaica.. Suppvol129-0021828
Negro-Slavery. Argument that the Colonial Slaves are better off than the British... CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol129-0031824
An engraving of a slave and poem On the of Women. Charlotte Elizabeth. Suppvol129-004
Account of a shooting excursion on the Mountains near Dromilly Estate.. Suppvol129-0051828
Twenty-six points of comparison between Hebrew Slavery under the Mosaic... Suppvol129-0061824
Extract from an American Gazette entitled Freedom's Journal. Edited by a Man... Suppvol129-007
The Worn-Out Negro Slave and engraving of Slave Ship. Suppvol129-008nd
Engraving of Slaves exposed for Sale. Suppvol129-009nd
Engraving of The Mode of Flogging Slaves. Suppvol129-010nd
Engraving of the separation of a family.. Suppvol129-011nd
Engraving of Slaves chained together.. Suppvol129-012nd
West India Sugar. Suppvol129-0131827
BRITISH SLAVERY. Poem Hannah Moose. Suppvol129-014nd
An Engraving. ""But soon as approaching the Land That Goddess-like Woman he view'd.." Suppvol129-015
Scripture Evidence of the sinfulness of Injustice and oppression. Suppvol129-0161828
Remarks on the decrease of the West India Slave population.. Suppvol129-017nd
Engraving of female Slave with child- Suppvol129-018nd
Letter. Negro woman who sittest pinning.. Suppvol129-019nd
Extracts from the Royal Gazette. Jamaica. Chart of the World on Mercator's projection..nd The Destruction of Life in the British Colonies nd Suppvol129-0201826
Reasons for using East India Sugar. Suppvol129-0211828
Engraving of a Female Slave with hand cuffs. Suppvol129-0221826
An Extract from Colonel Arthur's Letter. Suppvol129-023nd
The Second Report of the Female Society.. Suppvol129-0241827
Hand written letter. [Elisha Tyson]. [ 1829 and 1830]. [1836 and 1838]. TYSON ElishaSuppvol129-0251829
PRESS CUTTINGS. Including: A Friendly address from the British Christians.. Suppvol130-0011846
Memorial and Remonstrance respecting Slavery to the Churches.. Suppvol131-0011846
The Yorkshire Magazine. (January 1786- December 1786) Suppvol132-0011786
Substance of the Debates on a resolution for abolishing the Slave Trade_. Suppvol133-0011806
A Letter on the abolition of the Slave Trade; addressed to the freeholders.. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol134-0011807
The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition.. Vol. I. CLARKSON ('T'homas)Suppvol135-0011808
The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition.. Vol. 11. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol136-0011808
The Cabinet of Freedom- The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment.. Vol. I. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol137-0011836
The Cabinet of Freedom. The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment.. Vol. II. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol138-0011836
The Cabinet of Freedom. The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment.. Vol. 111- CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol139-0011836
A History of Slavery and its abolition. COPLEY (Esther)Suppvol140-0011839
The African Slave-Trade and its Remedy. BUXTON (Thomas Fowell)Suppvol141-0011840
The Anti-Slavery Magazine and Recorder.. No. I-XII; January 1824 to December 1824. Suppvol142-0011824
Is West Indian Slavery Justifiable by the New Testament? Suppvol142-002nd
A Dialogue between A Well-Wisher and a Friend to the Slaves.. Suppvol142-003nd
Slavery. From the "Hull Rockingham" of January 31 1824. Suppvol142-0041824
The Negro's Memorial or Abolitionist Catechism Suppvol142-0051830
The Speech in the House of Commons. CANNING (George)Suppvol142-0061824
Resolutions Against Slavery unanimously adopted by the Synod... Suppvol142-0071831
To the Friends to Religious Liberty and Colonial Emancipation.. Suppvol142-0081832
From the "Baptist Magazine" for May 1832. A Letter from a lady... Suppvol142-0091832
Debate for protecting the civil rights and imparting civilization.. BUXTON (F. Fowell)Suppvol142-0101834
A full and corrected report of the Proceedings of the public meeting held in Hope Street.. O'CONI TELL (Daniel)Suppvol142-0111835
A Sermon preached in the Chapel of St. Peter's Church PYNE (Rev. Thomas)Suppvol142-0121835
The Black Widow; a True interesting Suppvol142-0131825
A proposal for cultivating silk in the British Colonies.. Suppvol142-0141834
Considerations on Negro Slavery. M'DONNELL (.Alexander)Suppvol143-0011825
New England Anti-Slavery Society. The Abolitionist. Vol. 1 Nos I-XII. Suppvol144-0011833
The Anti-Slavery Record for the American Anti-Slavery Society. Vol. I Nos I-XII. Suppvol145-0011835
The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. II Nos I-XII. Suppvol146-0011836
The Anti-Slavery Record. Vol. III Nos I-XII. Suppvol147-0011837
Anti-Slavery Jubilee August 1st 1884 Suppvol148-0011884
A memoir of Granville Sharp to which is added Sharp's "Law of Passive Obedience"... STUART (Charles) SHARP (Granville)Suppvol149-0011836
Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention_. JOHNSON (J. F.)Suppvol150-0011843
Enquiry into the validity of the British claim to 1842 a right of Visitation and search.. Anti-Slavery Jubilee 1884. WHEATON (Henry)Suppvol151-0011884
Notes of a visit to some parts of Haiti.. HANNA (Rev. S.)Suppvol152-0011835
Slavery in America: An inquiry.. JAY (William)Suppvol153-0011835
Emancipation of West Indies. THOME (Jas. A.) and KIMBALL (J_ Horace)Suppvol154-0011839
Reply to An ""American examination"" of the Right of Search... Suppvol155-0011842
The Jamaica Movement for promoting the Enforcement of the Slave-Trade Treaties.. Suppvol156-0011850
The state and prospects of Jamaica. KING (Rev. David)Suppvol157-0011850
God against Slavery.. CHEEVER (Rev. George)Suppvol158-001nd
Jamaica in 1850: or the effects of sixteen years of freedom on a Slave Colony. BIGELOW (John)Suppvol159-0011851
Slavery and Freedom in the British West BUXTON (Charles)Suppvol160-0011860
Journal of a residence on a Georgian Plantation.. KEMBLE (Frances Anne)Suppvol161-0011863
The just limitation of Slavery in the Laws of God.. with a copious Appendix. SHARP (Granville)Suppvol162-0011776
Some account of the state of Slavery.. TELFAIR (Charles)Suppvol163-0011830
An appeal in favour of that class of Americans called Africans. CHILD (Mrs)Suppvol164-0011836
Character and Tendency of the American Colonization.. JAY (William)Suppvol165-0011840
Journal of an African Cruiser.. "HAWTHORNE (Nathaniel) edit."Suppvol166-0011845
Prison Life and Reflections.. THOMPSON (George)Suppvol167-0011847
Slavery and Anti-Slavery; A History of the Great struggle in both hemispheres.. GOODELL (William)Suppvol168-0011853
The Wrong of Slavery The Right of Emancipation and the future... OWEN (Robert Dale)Suppvol169-0011864
Recollections and Experiences of an Abolitionist.. ROSS (Dr. Alexander Milton)Suppvol170-0011876
West India "Compensation" to the owners of Slaves. Suppvol171-0011827
An account of the emancipation of the Slaves.. BARCLAY (David)Suppvol172-0011801
Some Progress of Civilization in the Indian Settlements.. Suppvol172-0021807
Notices on the Slave-Trade: in reference to the present State of the British Isles. Suppvol172-0031804
The History of Toussaint Louverture. Suppvol172-0041814
The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition.. Vol. I. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol173-0011808
The History of the Rise Progress and Accomplishment.. Vol. II. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol174-0011808
All modem slavery indefensible.. DICK (David A.)Suppvol175-0011836
Slavery in the United States: A narrative.. Suppvol176-0011837
A visit to the United States in 1841. STURGE (Joseph)Suppvol177-0011842
The White Slave or HJLDRETH (R.) edit.Suppvol178-0011852
Selections from the writings and speeches of William Lloyd Garrison.. GARRISON (William Lloyd)Suppvol179-0011852
Miscellaneous Writings on Slavery. JAY (William)Suppvol180-0011853
Memoirs of Granville Sharp Esq. Composed from his own manuscripts.. Vol. I." HOARE (Prince)Suppvol181-0011828
Memoirs of Granville Sharp Esq. Composed from his own manuscripts.. Vol. II. HOARE (Prince)Suppvol182-0011828
Report from the Select Committee on the Extinction of Slavery.. Suppvol183-0011833
Letter to the Treasurer of the Society.. Suppvol184-0011788
More Thoughts still on the state of the West India Colonies.. MARRYAT (Joseph)Suppvol185-0011818
The Slavery of the British West India Colonies delineated.. Vol. I. STEPHEN (James)Suppvol186-0011824
The Slavery of the British West India Colonies delineated.. Vol. II. STEPHEN (James)Suppvol187-0011830
Records of a Voyage to the Western Coast of Africa in His Majesty's ship Dryad.. LEONARD (Peter)Suppvol188-0011833
Christianity and Slavery; in a course of Lectures preached.. ELIOT (Edward)Suppvol189-0011833
The African Slave Trade and its remedy. BUXTON (Thomas Fowell)Suppvol190-0011840
The Debate on a motion for the abolition of the Slave-Trade.. Suppvol191-0011792
Substance of the proceedings in the House of Commons on Thursday July 25 1822 WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol192-0011822
Society for the Mitigation and Gradual abolition of Slavery.. Suppvol192-0021823
Debate in the House of Commons on the 16th Day of March 1824... Suppvol192-0031824
An authentic report of the Debate in the House of Commons June 23rd 1825 BUXTON (Thomas Fowell)Suppvol192-0041825
Report of the Debate in the House of Commons on Friday 1831 BUXTON (Thomas Fowell)Suppvol192-0051831
Speech. Negro Slaves in the West Indies.. CANNING (Right Hon. George)Suppvol192-0061824
Corrected Report of the speech in the House of Commons May 14 1833 HOWICK (Viscount)Suppvol192-0071833
An Inquiry into the State of Slavery amongst the Romans.. BLAIR (William)Suppvol193-0011833
The Bow in the Cloud; or the Negro's Memorial. A collection.. Suppvol194-0011834
The unconstitutionality of Slavery.. SPOONER (Lysander)Suppvol195-0011849
A chapter on Slavery: presenting a sketch of its origin and history.. HILLER (Rev. O. Prescott)Suppvol196-0011860
The Princes of India; Their rights and our duties. CHESSON (F. W.)Suppvol197-0011872
Le Bas prize for 1873. Colonization in its bearing on the extinction.. LANGFIELD (Ward J.)Suppvol198-0011874
An appendix to the representation ..of the Injustice and Dangerous Tendency.. SHARP (Granville)Suppvol199-0011772
The Anti-Slavery Examiner. Vol. 1. GRLMKE' (Angelina E.)Suppvol200-0011836
Letter of Gerrit Smith to Rev. James Smylie.. SMITH (Gerrit)Suppvol200-0021837
The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 5. The Power of the Congress.. Suppvol200-0031838
The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 6. The Bible Against Slavery. An enquiry.. Suppvol200-0041838
The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 7. Emancipation in the West Indies. THOME (Jas. A.) and KIMBALL (J. Horace)Suppvol200-0051838
The Anti-Slavery Examiner - Extra Emancipation in the West Indies.. Suppvol200-0061838
The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 8. Correspondence. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Hon. Henry Clay. Smith (Gerrit)Suppvol200-0071838
Libertd et Travail ou Moyens d'abolir L'Esclavage... HARDY (Par M. L'Abbe J.)Suppvol201-0011838
The abolition of the Slave Trade A Poem... MONTGOMERY (James)Suppvol202-0011814
Life of William Wilberforce. By his son.. Vol. I. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol203-0011839
Life of William Wilberforce. By his son.. Vol. 11. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol204-0011839
Life of William Wilberforce. By his son.. Vol. 111. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol205-0011839
Life of William Wilberforce. By his son.. Vol. VI. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol206-0011839
Life of William Wilberforce. By his son.. Vol. V. WILBERFORCE (William)Suppvol207-0011839
Slavery in America. A reprint of An Appeal.. GRI]MKE' (Angelina E.)Suppvol208-0011837
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass an American Slave... DOUGLASS (Frederick)Suppvol209-0011846
The Key and Uncle Tom's Cabin; presenting the original facts and documents.. STOWE (Harriet Beecher)Suppvol210-001nd
Uncle Tom's Cabin; or Negro Life in the slave States of America. STOWE (Harriet Beecher)Suppvol210-0021842
Autographs for Freedom.. STOWE (Harriet Beecher)Suppvol212-0011853
SUPP. VOL. 212 "LONGFELLOW WITTIER SOUTHEY etc."Suppvol212-002
The Two-Fold Slavery of the United States.. HALL (Marshall)Suppvol213-0011854
My Bondage on My Freedom. Part 1.. DOUGLASS (Frederick)Suppvol214-0011855
America: The Origin of her present conflict.. MASSIE (James William)Suppvol215-0011854
The Life and Times of Frederick Douglass.. DOUGLASS (Frederick)Suppvol216-0011882
Pink and White Tyranny. STOWE (Harriet Beecher)Suppvol217-0011871
Slavery. Fourth Edition. CHANNING (William E.)Suppvol218-0011836
A dissertation on servitude.. SAWYER (Leicester A.)Suppvol219-0011837
Letters on American Slavery.. RANKIN (John)Suppvol220-0011837
The "Negro Pew:" Being an enquiry concerning the propriety of Distinctions... Suppvol221-0011837
Letters to Catherine E. Beecher.. GRLMKE' (A. E.)Suppvol222-0011838
Memoir and Poems A native African and a Slave. WHEATLEY (Phillis)Suppvol223-0011838
The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom. Suppvol224-0011839
Slavery and the Internal Slave Trade in the United States of North America.. Suppvol225-0011841
Report of the Case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PETERS (Richard)Suppvol226-0011842
The Anti-Slavery Cause in America and its Martyrs. WIGHAM (Eliza)Suppvol227-0011863
The American Slave Trade. In Theory and Practice.. GOODELL (William)Suppvol228-0011853?
Letters from the Slave States_ STIRLING (James)Suppvol229-0011867
Pictures of Slavery in Church and State.. LONG (Rev. John Dixon)Suppvol230-0011857
The Rejected Stone; or Insurrection vs. Resurrection in America.. Suppvol231-0011862
The Iron Furnace: or Slavery and Secession. AUGHEY (Rev. John H.)Suppvol232-0011863
The Negro's Ori gin: and Is the Negro cursed? TANNER (B. T.)Suppvol233-0011869
Black and White: Land Labour FORTUNE (Thomas T.)Suppvol234-0011884
Anti-Slavery Days. A sketch of the struggle.. CLARKE (James Freeman)Suppvol235-0011884
Life and Letters. Edited by Annie Fields. STOWE (Harriet Beecher)Suppvol236-0011898
Up from Slavery an autobiography. WASHINGTON (Booker T.)Suppvol237-001nd
Colonization and Christianity: A popular History of the Treatment of the Natives.. HOWITT (William)Suppvol238-0011838
American Slavery As It is: Testimony of a Thousand witnesses. Suppvol239-0011839
Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention.. Suppvol240-0011841
The Jamaica Movement for promoting The Enforcement of the Slave-Trade Treaties... Suppvol241-0011850
Autobiography of A Fugitive Negro.. WARD (Samuel Ringgold)Suppvol242-0011855
The Face Age Press. A short biography ofWilliam Lloyd Garrison.. GARRISON (William Lloyd)Suppvol243-0011874
Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton. BUXTON (Sir Thomas Fowell)Suppvol244-0011877
The Underground Rail Road.. STILL (William)Suppvol245-0011879
Heroes in Homespun. Scenes and Stories from 1894 the American Emancipation Movement. HOPE (Ascott R.)Suppvol246-0011894
And his Times; or sketches of the Anti- Slavery Movement.. GARRISON (William Lloyd)Suppvol247-0011880
An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti.. RAINSFORD (Marcus)Suppvol248-0011805
The History of Barbados from the first discovery of the Island... POYER (John)Suppvol249-0011808
Poems on the Abolition of the Slave Trade.. MONTGOMERY (James); GRAHAME (James); BENGER (E.)Suppvol250-0011809
Des Colonies Francaises. Abolition immediate de FEsclavage. SCHOELCHER (Victor) Suppvol251-0011840
Poems by A Slave in the island of Cuba. MADDEN (R. R.)Suppvol252-0011840
Some observations on the concluding portion of an article in the Edinburgh Review.. ALEXANDER (G. W.)Suppvol252-001a1841
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Suppvol252-002nd
Addresses from the committee.. On the Duty of Promoting The Immediate and complete abolition of Slavery. Suppvol252-0031845
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Minutes of the proceedings.. Suppvol252-0041840
On the essential sinfulness of Slavery.. GODNN N (Rev. B.)Suppvol252-0051840
Slavery in India. ADAM (Prof. William)Suppvol252-0061840
Address on Slavery in Cuba.. MADDEN (R. R.)Suppvol252-007nd
Hill Coolies. A brief exposure of the deplorable condition of the Hill Coolies.. Suppvol252-0081840
Emigration from India. The Export of Coolies and other Labourers Suppvol252-0091842
Not a Labourer wanted for Jamaica.. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol252-0101842
On the Results of Emancipation in the British Colonies. Suppvol252-0111845
Remarks on the Society for the extinction of the Slave-Trade.. STURGE (John)Suppvol252-0121841
African Emigration to the British Colonies. Suppvol252-013nd
Slavery and the Slave-Trade. Suppvol252-0141849
Trial of Pedro De Zulueta.. Objects and Claims of the British and Foreign nd Anti-Slavery Society. Suppvol252-0151844
The Slave-Trade and its remedy. Suppvol252-0161848
Testament of African immigrants in Jamaica Suppvol252-0171848
The Speech of the Right'Hon. Stephen Lushington M.P. against the proposed.. Slavery in Surinam. Address of the Committee 1844 of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.. LUSHINGTON (Stephen)Suppvol252-0181841
Slavery and the Internal Slave Trade in the United States of North America.. Suppvol253-0011841
The American Churches, the Bulwarks of American Slavery. Suppvol253-0021840
The Condition of the Free People of Colour.. Suppvol253-0031841
A letter to the Clergy of various denominations and to the Slave-Holding.. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol253-0041841
American Slavery. Report of a public meeting.. Suppvol253-0051846
American Slavery. Address of the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.. Suppvol253-0061846
Reply to charges brought against the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.. TAPPEN (Lewis)Suppvol253-0071852
Texas: Its claims to be recognised as an independent power.. SCOBLE (John)Suppvol253-0081839
Slavery and the Slave Trade in British India. Suppvol253-0091841
Liberte immediate et absolue ou Esclavage... Suppvol253-0101844
A brief view of Slavery and the Slave Trade.. Suppvol253-0111842
The Great Exhibition and American Slavery. Suppvol253-0121851
General Anti-Slavery Convention.. Suppvol253-0131843
Letter to such professing christians in the Northern States of America.. CLARKSON (Thomas)Suppvol253-0141844
A Tribute for the Negro: being a vindication of the Moral Intellectual ARMISTEAD (Wilson)Suppvol254-0011848
Antislavery Recollection: in A Series of Letters.. STOVE (Beecher Mrs)Suppvol255-0011854
Special Report of the Anti-Slavery Conference 1867 held in Paris.. Suppvol256-0011867
The Law of the Passive Obedience or Christian submission to Personal Injuries... SHARD (Granville)Suppvol257-001nd
A Voyage to Guinea Brasil and The West Indies, in his majesty's Ships the Swallow and Weymouth. John AtkinsSuppvol258-0011737
Death Struggles of Slavery being a Narrative of Facts and incidents which occured in a British Colony, during the two years immediately preceding negro emancipation. Henry BlebySuppvol259-0011853