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SLAVERY. Opinions of Henry Brougham, Esq., on Negro Slavery: With Remarks; [bound with:] Correspondence between Mr. George Hibbert and the Society of Friends; [and:] British Colonial Slavery.
London : 1826; [1833; 1833]First edition of all three pamphlets, the copies of the pro-slavery Hibbert family. George Hibbert (1757-1837) was a merchant whose correspondence with the Quakers comprises the second pamphlet, and his son Nathaniel (1794-1865) wrote the "Remarks" on Brougham in the first pamphlet; the third pamphlet was published by the Committee of West India Planters... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 135084
SNELGRAVE, William. A new Account of some Parts of Guinea, and the Slave-Trade,
London : 1734First edition of Snelgrave's account of slavery and of the capture of his ship by pirates (pages 193-288. "The author, a slaving captain, traded at Whydah in 1727 and 1730; he complains that the Dahomean conquest has ruined the slave trade there." (Hogg). He makes several references to his trips to Antigua in connection with the slave trade. Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 134659
BARING, Alexander. Speech in the House of Commons,
London : 1823First edition, presentation copy, inscribed on behalf of the pro-slavery Committee of West Indian Merchants to the anti-abolitionist John Gladstone on the title page. The merchant and banker Alexander Baring (1773-1848), founder of the Baring Brothers bank and financier for the Louisiana purchase, was a noted opponent of the ending of slavery, influenced... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 129890
LYTTELTON, George, Lord. The Works.
London : 1776Third and best octavo edition (with the index), first published in 1774 and gathering various political pieces, Lyttelton's "Letters from a Persian in England to his friend in Ispahan", his very popular Dialogues of the Dead, co-written with the bluestocking Elizabeth Montagu, a smattering of poems, and a collection of letters to his father Sir Thomas... Learn More£500.00
Stock Code: 116436
THOMPSON, T. Perronet - JOHNSON, L. G. General T. Perronet Thompson. 1783-1869.
1957First edition. Thompson had a fascinating life. He was a middie with Gambier in the Isis, before transferring to the Army in 1806. He served in Whitelock's campaign to Buenos Aires, and in the latter stages of the Peninsular War saw "action against the French at Nivelles, Nive, Orthez, and Toulouse" (ODNB). A convinced abolitionist, from 1808 to 1810... Learn MoreSpecial Price £112.50 Regular Price £225.00
Stock Code: 63597
PITT, William, the Younger. Autograph letter signed ("W Pitt") to William Eden, 1st Baron Auckland.
Downing Street : 1787Autograph letter signed to Pitt's close advisor William Eden, at the time at the height of his influence as envoy to France, in which Pitt attempts to gauge potential French support for the early Abolitionist movement spearheaded by his friend and political ally, William Wilberforce. "You have had a letter from my friend Wilberforce, on a scheme which... Learn More£8,500.00
Stock Code: 122705