A practical view of the present state of slavery in the West Indies, or, An examination of Mr. Stephen's "Slavery of the British West India colonies": containing more particularly an account of the actual condition of the Negroes in Jamaica : with observations on the decrease of the slaves since the abolition of the slave trade, and on the probable effects of legislative emancipation : also, strictures on the Edinburgh review, and on the pamphlets of Mr. Cooper and Mr. Bickell
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