1804, English, Book edition: A preliminary essay, on the oppression of the exiled sons of Africa. Consisting of animadversions on the impolicy and barbarity of the deleterious commerce and subsequent slavery of the human species; to which is added, A desultory letter written to Napoleon Bonaparte, anno Domini, 1801. By Thomas Branagan, late slave-trader ... [electronic resource] Thomas Branagan 1774-1843

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  • 282, [2] p. (p.[283]-284]: advertisement)
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  • Philadelphia Printed for the author, by J. W. Scott 1804
Language
  • English

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  • A preliminary essay, on the oppression of the exiled sons of Africa. Consisting of animadversions on the impolicy and barbarity of the deleterious commerce and subsequent slavery of the human species; to which is added, A desultory letter written to Napoleon Bonaparte, anno Domini, 1801. By Thomas Branagan, late slave-trader ...
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  • Thomas Branagan 1774-1843
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  • Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821.
Published
  • Philadelphia Printed for the author, by J. W. Scott 1804
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  • 282, [2] p. (p.[283]-284]: advertisement)
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  • English
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