Société de la Morale Chrétienne - séance générale annuelle 13 avril 1826
Revue Protestante
Abolition Campaigns
Bibliothèque de la Société de l'histoire du Protestantisme français, Paris. Bibliothèque Nationale de France.
Society Christian Morality Annual Meeting Report Revue Protestante Staël Workbags
An account of the 1826 annual meeting of the Société de la Morale Chrétienne (Society for Christian Morality), printed in the Revue Protestante. A member of the Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, M. de Staël, gave an account of his observations of the slave traders at Nantes, and showed the chains he bought there to the assembled members. The results of the essay competition for the abolition of the slave trade were announced, and lithographs and printed workbags (like those sold by the British abolitionist societies) were presented for sale by the English protestant minister and Committee member Mark Wilks - "this new type of activity has been very successful" according to the report (222).
Revue Protestante, Tome III (May 1826), 217-23.