A Counter Appeal, in Answer to "An Appeal" from W. Wilberforce, Esq., M.P., Designed to Prove that the Emancipation of the Negroes in the West Indies, by Legies lative Enactment, Without the Consent of the Planters, Would Be a Flagrant Breach of National Honour, Hostile to the Principles of religion, Justice, and Humanity, and highly injurious to the Planter and to the Slave

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Martin, Henry Willaim “A Counter Appeal, in Answer to "An Appeal" from W. Wilberforce, Esq., M.P., Designed to Prove that the Emancipation of the Negroes in the West Indies, by Legies lative Enactment, Without the Consent of the Planters, Would Be a Flagrant Breach of National Honour, Hostile to the Principles of religion, Justice, and Humanity, and highly injurious to the Planter and to the Slave”, RelRace, item créé par Béatrice Bertrand, dernier accès le 23 Feb. 2024.
Contributeur Béatrice Bertrand
Sujet Défense de la malédiction de Cham
Description Henry William Martin propriétaire d'esclave aux Antilles répond à Wilberforce et défend l'esclavage en le justifiant via la malédiction de Cham.
Auteur Henry Willaim Martin
Date 1823
Éditeur C and J Rivington
Langue en

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