Quaker Tracts:
A Collection of 109 Pamphlets in 16 Volumes

 

Anti-Slaver Tracts
Arranged by Author (or title)

Compiled by
Melinda K. Hayes, Librarian
Specialized Libraries & Archival Collections
University of Southern California

Call Number: BX7732.Q3

Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784. [Caution and warning to Great Britain] A caution to Great Britain and her colonies: in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominions, by Ant. Benezet. A new ed. Philadelphia: Printed ; London: Reprinted and sold by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1784. Volume 1 Pamphlet 4

A caution to Great Britain and her colonies: in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved Negroes in the British dominions, by Anthony Benezet. A new ed. [London]: Philadelphia printed, London reprinted and sold by James Phillips ..., 1785.
Volume 5 Pamphlet 2

Continuation of the appendix to the Second report of the Committee on African Instruction. London: printed by Harvey, Darton and Co., 1824.
Consists of extracts from letters from "Hannah Killam and John Thompson, dated the 21st of 2nd Mo. and the 8-11th of 3rd Mo. 1824." Volume 3 Pamphlet 7

Horrors of West India slavery. Kirbymoorside, England: printed by Harrison and Cooper, 1806. Volume 11 Pamphlet 3

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Meeting for Sufferings. The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 1 Pamphlet 7

The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 3 Pamphlet 4

The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 8 Pamphlet 2


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