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Author of The crisis of the sugar colonies
Author of War in disguise
Crisis of the sugar colonies, Author of the
Stephen, James
Stephen, James ((politician))
War in disguise, Author of
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African Institute (London, England)
African Institution (London, England)
Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
John Bailey Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Leyland, John (1858?-1924)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Piggott, Francis Stewart Gilderoy (major-general.)
Piggott, Francis Taylor (1852-1925)
Randolph, John (1773-1833)
Wilberforce, William (1759-1833))
William Duane Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Crisis of the sugar colonies or, an enquiry into the objects and probable effects of the french expedition to the west indies, and their connection with the colonial interests of the british empire, to which are subjoined sketches of a plan for settling the vacant lands of trinidada. in four letters to the right hon. henry addington
defence of the bill for the registration of slaves in letters to William Wilberforce.., A
England enslaved by her own slave colonies an address to the electors and people of the United Kingdom
Extracts from a West India plantation journal, kept by the manager shewing the treatment of the slaves and its fatal consequences.
history of Toussaint Louverture., The
inquiry into the right and duty of compelling Spain to relinquish her slave trade in Northern Africa, An
memoirs of James Stephen, written by himself for the use of his children., The
New reasons for abolishing the slave trade being the last section of a larger work, now first published, entitled The dangers of the country
Observations on the speech of the Hon. John Randolph representative for the state of Virginia in the general Congress of America: on a motion for the non-importation of British merchandize, pending the present dispute between Great-Britain and America
opportunity; or, Reasons for an immediate alliance with St. Domingo., The
Reasons for establishing a registry of slaves in the British colonies
Speech of james stephen, esq. at the annual meeting of the african institution, at free-mason's hall, on the 26th march, 1817
Speech of james stephen, esq. in the debate in the house of commons, march 6, 1809, on mr. whitbread's motion relative to the late overtures of the american government with supplementary remarks on the recent order in council
War in disguise, or, The frauds of the neutral flags
West-Indian pretensions refuted being an extract from the preface of a work, entitled The slavery of the British West-India colonies delineated as it exists in law and practice, and compared with the slavery of other countries ancient and modern