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Politics and the public conscience: slave emancipation and the abolitionist movement in Britain [by] Edith F. Hurwitz.

London, Allen & Unwin; New York, Barnes & Noble Books, 1973.
ISBN 9780049421165, 9780049421172, 0064930769, 0049421174, 0049421166, 9780064930765

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Subjects Abschaffung.
Antislavery movements -- Great Britain.
Antislavery movements.
Esclavage - Grande-Bretagne - Histoire - Sources.
Esclavage - Grande-Bretagne - Mouvements anti-esclavagistes.
Esclavage -- Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire -- Sources.
Esclavage -- Grande-Bretagne -- Mouvements anti-esclavagistes.
Esclaves - Affranchissement - Grande-Bretagne.
Esclaves -- Affranchissement -- Grande-Bretagne.
Great Britain.
Slavery -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources.
Slaves -- Emancipation -- Great Britain.
Slaves -- Emancipation.
Series Historical problems--studies and documents ; 23.
Description 3-179 pages 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents NTRODUCTION -- Ideological Trends in Anti-slavery Thought -- Politics and the Public Conscience: The Anti-Slavery Movement and the Emancipation Act 1831-1840 -- The Anti-Slavery Movement and British Society -- DOCUMENTS -- 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 / William Wilberforce -- A Brief View of the Nature and Effects of Negro Slavery As It Exists in the Colonies of Great Britain -- Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Baronet, with Selections From His Correspondence -- Report of the Agency Committee of the Anti-Slavery Society -- Memoir of William Knibb, Missionary of Jamaica / John Howard Hinton -- Substance of An Address To The Ladies of Glasgow and Vicinity On Negro Emanicpation: Mr. Andersons Chapel -- Petitions For the Abolition of Slavery -- From the Speech of Edward Stanley, Secretary of State for the Colonies, Introducing the Government Plan for the Emancipation of the Slaves -- From the Petition of Lords Wellington, St Vincent, Penshurst and Wynford Against the Emancipation Act -- From Abolition of Slavery Act 1833 -- From a Letter of Thomas Clarkson to William Smith.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00900059
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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