II. Slave trade. Return to an address of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 7th March 1825;--for copies or extracts of all correspondence touching the slave trade, received from the Governors of Sierra Leone, and other British possessions on the coast of Africa, and from the Governors of the Mauritius and the Cape of Good Hope, since 1st January 1824, and not already before the House.

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons [Browse]
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Transcribed from: II. Slave trade. Return to an address of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 7th March 1825;--for copies or extracts of all correspondence touching the slave trade, received from the Governors of Sierra Leone, and other British possessions on the coast of Africa, and from the Governors of the Mauritius and the Cape of Good Hope, since 1st January 1824, and not already before the House. 1825 (115) XXV: Original Publisher details.
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Vol.XXV, 156 pp.
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  • Reports by Coms. of Inquiry into State of Africans apprenticed in W. Indies: II. Further Papers relating to Captured Negroes; Correspondence with Governors of Sierra Leone, Mauritius and Cape of Good Hope
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