An answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson's essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African; in a series of letters, from a gentleman in Jamaica, to his friend in London: wherein many of the mistakes and misrepresentations of Mr. Clarkson are pointed out, Both With Regard To The Manner in which that Commerce is carried on in Africa, And The Treatment of the Slaves in the West Indies. Shewing, At The Same Time, The Antiquity, Universality, and Lawfulness of Slavery, as as ever having been one of the States and Conditions of Mankind

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Francklyn, Gilbert “An answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson's essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African; in a series of letters, from a gentleman in Jamaica, to his friend in London: wherein many of the mistakes and misrepresentations of Mr. Clarkson are pointed out, Both With Regard To The Manner in which that Commerce is carried on in Africa, And The Treatment of the Slaves in the West Indies. Shewing, At The Same Time, The Antiquity, Universality, and Lawfulness of Slavery, as as ever having been one of the States and Conditions of Mankind”, RelRace, item créé par Béatrice Bertrand, dernier accès le 24 June 2024.
Contributeur Béatrice Bertrand
Sujet Malédiction de Cham et esclavage
Description Francklyn répond à l'essai de Clarkson publié en 1786 pour réaffirmer d'une part que la descendance de Cham est vouée à l'esclavage et d'autre part que la couleur de Cush est liée à la faute de son père.
Auteur Gilbert Francklyn
Date 1789
Éditeur J. Walter Logographic Press London
Langue en

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