Not a labourer wanted for Jamaica;
to which is added, an account of the newly erected villages by the peasantry there, and their beneficial results; and of the consequences of re-opening a new slave trade, as it relates to Africa, and the honour of the British government in breaking her treaties with foreign powers: in a letter addressed to a member of Parliament, appointed to sit on the West India committee,
by Thomas Clarkson.
|Main Creator:||Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.|
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London, T. Ward & Co., 1842.
Physical description: 15 p. 21 cm.
Ir 04p/5: Bookplate on front-end paper bearing the name Thomas Willis
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|IR 04 p 24/5||Main Reading Room||Irish|