Small Octavo-approx. 4 1/2 x 7" Address to Friends on the Continent of Europe, During a Visit to Spain and Portugal. This is the author's reply to the on going objections of freeing slaves which have been written in books, newspapers, journals, extracts, etc. over the years throughout the world. He wanted to emancipate all slaves therefore saving many human lives. I wasn't until President Lincoln's proclamation during the Civil War that the slaves would be emancipated. 176pp. unopened, with errata at rear, bound in brown embossed cloth lettered in gilt, pale yellow endpapers, covers with rubbing and fading, one minute chip to foot. A very good copy of the exceedingly scarce work on slavery. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Letters on the Slave Trade, Slavery, and ...
Publisher: Charles Gilpin
Publication Date: 1842
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Negro Universities Press, 1969. Hardbound. a fine copy in original cloth over boards without d.j. as issued. Seller Inventory # 32746