Slavery Jamaica Condition Of Slaves Early Works To 1800 : Friendly advice to the gentlemen-planters of the East and West Indies : In three parts. I. A brief treatise of the most principal fruits and herbs that grow in the East & West Indies; giving an account of their respective vertues both for food and physick, and what planet and sign they are under. Together with some directions for the preservation of health and life in those hot climates. II. The complaints of the negro-slaves against the hard usages and barbarous cruelties inflicted upon them. III. A discourse in way of dialogue, between an Ethiopean or negro-slave, and a Christian that was his master in America. By Philotheos Physiologus.; Tryon, Thomas,
Slavery Justification Early Works To 1800 : Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave-trade : shewing its conformity with the principles of natural and revealed religion, delineated in the sacred writings of the word of God / by R. Harris.; Harris, R.
Slavery Justificationv : Evidence against the views of the abolitionists : consisting of physical and moral proofs, of the natural inferiority of the Negroes / by Richard H. Colfax.; Colfax, Richard H.
Slavery Juvenile Literature : Young heroes! : a learner's guide to changing the world : abolish slavery edition / Kurt Hoffman ; edited by Angela Jurgensen, Kelly Berthelot.; Hoffman, Kurt,
Slavery Law And Legislation Denmark : A discourse, delivered at the African Meeting-House, in Boston, July 14, 1808 [electronic resource] : in grateful celebration of the abolition of the African slave-trade, by the governments of the United States, Great Britain, and Denmark / by Jedidiah Morse.; Morse, Jedidiah,
Slavery Law And Legislation Great Britain Sermons : Slavery illegal [electronic resource] : a sermon, on the occasion of the annual fast, April 12, 1850 : delivered in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Shelburne, Vt. / by C. Prindle.; Prindle, Cyrus,