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An inquiry into the state of slavery amongst the Romans; from the earliest period, till the establishment of the Lombards in Italy.

Blair, William.

Published by Thomas Clark; London: Treuttel, W?rtz, & Richter, Edinburgh, 1833
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First edition: Important examination of slavery in classical times, cited in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin and praised by the Rev. H.H. Milman in his annotated edition of Gibbon as "a very modest but valuable volume" (Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 44 [footnote]). 8vo. xi, 301, [1], 2 (adv.) pp. Publisher's faded brown textured cloth, spine with chipped printed paper label; spine sunned, head pulled, inked shelving number at foot. Front pastedown with bookplate; front free endpaper, title-page, and several others with rubber- and/or pressure-stamps; contents page with inked numeral in lower margin; pocket at rear. First few pages moderately foxed; scattered spots, only, elsewhere. Unusual on the market except in reprinted forms. Bookseller Inventory # 26199

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Title: An inquiry into the state of slavery amongst...

Publisher: Thomas Clark; London: Treuttel, W?rtz, & Richter, Edinburgh

Publication Date: 1833

Edition: 1st Edition

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