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Never before seen in print, the letter-books of the Royal African Company of England cover the crucial historical period between 1681 and 1699. Here, the original texts are published in full, with extensive explanatory commentary. This second volume contains letters from 1685 to 1688.
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Robin Law is a Professor of African History, University of Stirling; Fellow of the British Academy.Review:
"Once completed, [it] will place at the disposal of historians a set of materials that provides hitherto unimaginable opportunities to trace the micro-history of commercial relations at the Gold Coast and adjacent areas during the period when the English began to dominate the slave trade with this region."--Slavery and Abolition, on Part I
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