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Author of the Essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies
Essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies, Author of the
Ramsay, James
Ramsay, James ((abolitionist))
Ramsey, James
Dates: 
1733-1789
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Burton, R. (17..-17..? libraire)
Byrne, Patrick (17..-18.. libraire)
Jenkin, Caleb (17..-1792)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Smith, John Samuel
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address on the proposed bill for the abolition of the slave trade Humbly submitted to the consideration of the legislature. By the Rev. James Ramsay., An
essay on the duty and qualifications of a sea officer Written originally, anno 1760, for the use of two young officers. By the Reverend James Ramsay., An
essay on the treatment and conversion of african slaves in the british sugar colonies (1784)*, an
essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies. By the reverend James Ramsay, M. A. vicar of Teston, in Kent., An
Examination of the Rev. Mr. Harris's scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave trade.
inquiry into the effects of putting a stop to the African slave trade, and of granting liberty to the slaves in the British sugar colonies., An
letter from Capt. J. S. Smith to the Revd. Mr. Hill on the state of the Negroe slaves, A : to which are added an introduction and remarks on free Negroes, &c.
Objections to the abolition of the slave trade, with answers, 1788:
Objections to the abolition of the slave trade, with answers to which are prefixed strictures on a late publication, intitled, Considerations on the emancipation of Negroes, and the abolition of the slave trade, by a West India planter
reply to the personal invectives and objections contained in two answers ... on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British colonies, 1785:, A
reply to the personal invectives and objections contained in two answers, published by certain anonymous persons, to an essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British colonies, A
Slavery pamphlets.
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