Feb 26, 2009 - Sale 2171

Sale 2171 - Lot 33

Price Realized: $ 1,800
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 2,000 - $ 3,000
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) BRITISH GOVERNMENT PAPERS. Group of 17 Parliamentary papers dealing with slavery. Tall folio, various pagination, most in modern wrappers or original self-wrappers; over 300 pages of documents. Condition excellent, should be seen. London, 1814-1876

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Includes: Papers Relating to Captured Negroes at Sierra Leone (1814), Return of all Ships or Vessels brought into any Port in the Colonies of great Britain (1814), papers Relating to Captured Negroes (1825), Slaves in Mauritius (1826), Seizure of Slaves Seychelles (1828), Report Settlements of Sierra Leone and Fernado Po (1830), Correspondence between His Majesty''s Government and the Government of New Granada Respecting the Imprisonment of Mr. Pro-Consul Russell at Panama ((1837), Correspondence with British Commissioners at Sierra Leone, the Havana, Rio de Janeiro and Surinam Relating to the Slave Trade (1840), Treaty Between Her Majesty and the Republick of Venzuela for the Abolition of the Slave Trade (1840), the same for Chile (1843), for Equador (1847) and four more later treaties.