J.F. [John Flude]
Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention, called by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and held in London, from Tuesday June 13th, to Tuesday June 20th, 1843
John Snow
Abolition Campaigns
Anti-Slavery International, 'Recovered Histories' collection. Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature, University of London. British Library.
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International Anti-Slavery Convention London Delegates Spanish Dutch French
The proceedings of this week-long anti-slavery convention, held at Freemasons' Hall, London in June 1843, include transcripts of speeches on slavery and abolition around the world. Reports on anti-slavery activity in Europe include G.W. Alexander on the reception of abolitionism in Spain (164-69 and 186-91), the secretary John Scoble on Portuguese abolitionism (173-77), Alexander on Dutch and Danish anti-slavery (197-201) and reports from French and Dutch delegates Leon Faucher and Daniel Twiss (195-96).