Feb 26, 2009 - Sale 2171

Sale 2171 - Lot 49

Price Realized: $ 330
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 300 - $ 500
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) The Iniquity of the Slave Trade! An Account of the Murder of a Female Negro who was Flogged to Death by Order of an Unmerciful Captain, and the Distress Occasioned by Remorse of Conscience, to the Seaman whom he Employed to Execute his Horrible Purpose. A True Story [cover title]. Half-page woodcut by George Cruikshank. 8 pages. Small 8vo, original self-wrappers, removed; last page bound in reverse; some discoloration and faint "tide-line." London: Applegate and Cowper, Sold by Collins and Stone (circa 1830)

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OCLC locates only two copies, both of which are microform and both with dates given as 1798. This would be impossible since the pamphlet contains a poem by Robert Southey which was first published in 1799.