An Address To The Inhabitants Of The British Settlements In America, Upon Slave-keeping. To Which Are Added, Observations On A Pamphlet, Entitled, ""s by Benjamin RushAn Address To The Inhabitants Of The British Settlements In America, Upon Slave-keeping. To Which Are Added, Observations On A Pamphlet, Entitled, ""s by Benjamin Rush

An Address To The Inhabitants Of The British Settlements In America, Upon Slave-keeping. To Which…

byBenjamin Rush

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Attributed to Benjamin Rush in the Dictionary of American biography. Edition statement transposed; precedes "To which are added .." on title page. "A vindication of the address, to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes in America, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden by Scripture; or A defence of the West-India planters from the aspersions thrown out against them b the author of the Address. .. By a Pennsylvanian. .."--54 p. at end, with separate title page and pagination but continuous registration.

Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John Dunlap, M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]. [2],28,[2],54p. ; 8°
Title:An Address To The Inhabitants Of The British Settlements In America, Upon Slave-keeping. To Which…Format:PaperbackDimensions:92 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.19 inPublished:August 6, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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