• A Particular Account of the Commencement and Progress of the Insurrection of the Negroes in St. Domingo, which began in August, 1791: Being a translation of the Speech made to the National Assembly, the 3rd of November 1791, by the Deputies from the General Assembly of the French Part of St. Domingo. The second edition. With notes and an appendix, containing extracts from other authentic papers. London: Printed for J. Sewell, 1792 Modern grey paper covered boards, 8vo. iv,47pp. appendix. The account of the rebellion in the French colony of St.Domingo, (afterwards Hayti), as presented to the National Assembly in Paris.
  • LIVERMORE, George. An Historical Research Respecting the Opinions of the Founders of the Republic on Negroes as Slaves, as Citizens, and as Soldiers. Read before the Massachusetts Historical Society August 14, 1862. By George Livermore. Boston: Printed by J. Wilson and Son, 1862-63 4to. xiv,2,236pp. appendix, supplementary note, index.  
  • Missionary Records. West Indies. London: Religious Tract Society, nd. (circa 1835) 12mo. xvi,308pp. folding map as frontispiece. Slight damage to verso of map where badly folded, little foxing to map, faint stains to upper board, with the bookplate of "W. Wilfred Carey, 1880", a very nice copy in the publisher's dark brown cloth.
  • EDWARDS, Bryan (Introduction by). The Proceedings of the Governor and Assembly of Jamaica, in regard to the Maroon Negroes: Published by order of the Assembly. To which is prefixed, an introductory account, containing, observations on the disposition, character, manners, and habits of life, of the Maroons, and a Detail of the Origin, Progress, and Termination of the late war between those people and the white inhabitants. London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1796 Contemporary speckled calf, 8vo. 2,iv,lxxxix,109,3pp. engraved frontispiece. The introduction of 89 pages is by Bryan Edwards (1743 - 1800), planter, writer and politician. The last three pages being publisher's advertisements.
  • ATKINS, John.  A Voyage to Guinea, Brazil, and the West-Indies; In His Majesty's Ships the Swallow and Weymouth.  Giving a Genuine Account of the several Islands and Settlements of Madeira, the Canaries, Cape de Verd, Sierraleon, Sesthos, Cape Apollonia, Cabo Corso, and others on the Guinea Shore; Likewise Barbadoes, Jamaica, &c. in the West-Indies.Describing the Colour, Diet, Languages, Habits, Manners, Customs, and Religions of the respective Natives and Inhabitants.With Remarks on the Gold, Ivory, and Slave-Trade; and on the Winds, Tides and Currents of the several Coasts.  By John Atkins, Gent. Of Plaistow, in Essex. The Second Edition. London: Ward and Chandler, 1737 Contemporary calf, 8vo.  xxv,265pp.  title page vignette.
  • SANCHO, Ignatius. Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, an African. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of his Life. The Third Edition. London: Printed by J. Nichols, 1784 Contemporary calf, Cr.8vo. xiv,393pp. frontispiece portrait of the author engraved by J. Wright.
  • DALZEL, Archibald. The History of Dahomy, an Inland Kingdom of Africa; Compiled from Authentic Memoirs; With an Introduction and Notes. By Archibald Dalzel, formerly Governor at Whydah, and now at Cape-Coast-Castle. London: Printed for the Editor, by T. Spilsbury and Son, Snow-Hill, and sold by J. Evans, Pater-Noster-Row, 1793 Small 4to. xxxvi,xxvi,230pp. engraved folding map as frontispiece, 6 engraved plates, subscribers' list.


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