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A vindication of the address to the people of Great Britain on the use of West India produce

Richard Hillier

A vindication of the address to the people of Great Britain on the use of West India produce

with some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves : in answer to a female apologist for slavery

by Richard Hillier

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Microfilm. London, England : World Microfilms, 1978. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (Anti-slavery collection, 18th-19th centuries ; reel 4, v. 7, no. 5).

Statementby Richard Hillier.
SeriesAnti-slavery collection, 18th-19th centuries ;, reel 4, v. 7, no. 5.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 82/534 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2951553M
LC Control Number84193044

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Faith of Our Fathers by James Cardinal Gibbons Great Britain and Ireland, and in the British Colonies of Besides carefully revising the book, the author has profited by the kind suggestion of some friends, and inserted a chapter on the prerogatives and sanctity of the Blessed Virgin, which, it is Cited by: 6. Good question, We know that Before partitioning (), India was a colony of Britain and is governed by rules of British government so at that time largely people of India didn’t have any formal identity but after when British left India and Indi.

The chief settlements Edition: current; Page: [38] book i. Chap. 2. of the Portuguese on the continent of India were on the Malabar coast, at a great distance from Surat, which was the principal seat of the English: it was in the Persian trade alone that much incompatibility of interest existed: and feeble, in India, as the English at. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [xxxvi]-xxxvii). Summary Every man of humanity must wish that slavery, even in its best and most mitigated form, had never found a legal sanction, and must regret that its system is now so incorporated with the welfare of Great Britain as well as of Jamaica, as to make its extirpation an absolute impossibilitiy, without the certainty of.


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A Vindication Of The Address To The People Of Great Britain, On The Use Of West India Produce: With Some Observations And Facts Relative To The In Reply To A Female Apologist For Slavery Paperback – Septem Author: Hillier Richard.

A vindication of the Address to the people of Great Britain, on the use of West India produce: With some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves. In reply to a female apologist for slavery.

A vindication of the address to the people of Great-Britain on the use of West India produce: with some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves: in answer to A female apologist for slavery.

A vindication of the address to the people of Great-Britain, on the use of West India produce, with some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves.: in answer to a female apologist for slavery with strictures on her reply to a reply by Hillier, RichardPages:   An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum by Fox, William; Crafton, William BellPages: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division, The New York Public Library.

"An address to the people of Great Britain, on the utility of refraining from the use of West India sugar and rum" New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Accessed May 9, 1st and 2nd editions have title: "An address to the people of Great Britain on the consumption of West-India produce." 3rd ed. has title: "An address to the people of Great Britain proving the necessity of refraining from sugar and rum in order to abolish the African slave-trade." 4th-6th editions have title: "An address to the people of Great.

An address to the people of Great-Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint] by: Fox, William.

Published: () An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Consumption of West-India Produce.

1st ed. London: Printed for James Phillips, and sold by M. Gurney, Hillier, Richard. A Vindication of the Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Use of West India Produce. With Some Observations and Facts Relative to the Situation of Slaves.

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A vindication of the address to the people of Great-Britain, on the use of West India produce, with some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves.: in answer to a female apologist for slavery.

with strictures on her reply to a reply [Leather Bound] Hillier, Richard. Bibliography Selected Works of William Fox. An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Consumption of West India Produce (London: Printed for James Phillips, and sold by M.

Gurney, T. Knott, and r, ). Fox's Address underwent several variations in its title and sellers during the course of its twenty-six editions.

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. London: sold by M. Gurney. MLA Citation.

Fox, William. An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum [electronic resource] sold by M. Gurney London Australian/Harvard Citation. An address to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes in America To which is added, A vindication of the address, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden in Scripture; or, A defence of the West India planters.".

Philadelphia: Printed and sold by John Dunlap. Bywhen pamphleteer William Fox called on his fellow citizens to abandon “blood sugar” in his “Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Propriety of Abstaining from West India Sugar and Rum,” teapots like this one were part of the campaign.

They have resolved for themselves and us their constituents, “not to purchase, or use any East-India Tea whatsoever; nor any goods, wares, or merchandize, from Great-Britain or Ireland, imported after the first of December, nor molasses, &c.

from the West Indies, Author: John Zumbrunnen. Hillier, Richard, A Vindication of the Address on the Use of West India Produce (London, M. Gurney, ). Holroyd, John, Observations on the Project for Abolishing the Slave Trade (London, J. Debrett, ). [Houlbrooke, Theophilus?], A Short Address to the People of.

British culture is influenced by the nation's history; its predominantly Christian religious life, its interaction with the cultures of Europe, the traditions of England, Wales and Scotland, and the impact of the British gh British culture is a distinct entity, the individual cultures of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are diverse and have varying degrees of overlap.

A Vindication of the Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Use of West India Produce, with Some Observations and Facts Relative to the Situation of Slaves R Hillier Hillier, R. Author: Laura Brace. BOOK VI. Chap. Inthe termination of the period assigned to the exclusive privileges of the Company so nearly approached, that the question of renewing the charter, and of confirming or changing the present system of government, could no longer be deferred.

People had now so generally acquired the habit of lifting their eyes to the management of national affairs; and equal. The constitution of the United Kingdom is the system of rules that shapes the political governance of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern UK constitution is not contained in a single code, but principles have emerged over the centuries from statute, case law, political conventions and social consensus.Samuel Seabury, A View of the Controversy which I thought indicated a disposition to distress the people of Great-Britain, Ireland and the West-Indies, who had done us no injury.

You, Sir, avow this design, and justify it in a way that does no honour, either to your head or your heart. would do something towards supplying our West-India Author: John Zumbrunnen.The marquess of Salisbury, secretary of state for India in the s, remarked that “India is to be bled”, and by the end of the 19th century it was Britain’s biggest source of revenue.