The West India question. Immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;-profitable for the masters;-happy for the slaves;-right in the government;-advantageous to the nation;-would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;-cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger

New Haven: Hezekiah Howe & Co. 1833. Reprinted from the (Eng.) Quarterly Magazine and Review of April 1832, 8vo, pp. 43, [1]; disbound; woodcut on the title page of a slave kneeling; light spotting, very good. A passionate argument for abolition by a major player in the English anti-slavery movement. Item #48613

Price: $100.00

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