Treaties, Conventions, and Engagements, for the suppression of the Slave Trade
T.R. Harrison
Legislation & Constitutions
British Library. Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature, University of London.
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Treaty Convention Slave Trade Britain Europe Africa Americas Multilingual
A compilation volume of treaties, additional articles to treaties, annexes, and conventions with thirty different countries in Europe, the Americas and Africa regarding the slave trade, signed by the British government between 1815 and 1842. Full text versions of these treaties with Argentina, Austria, Prussia, Russia, Bolivia, Brazil, Calebar, Cameroon, Chile, Denmark, France, Gambia, Hanse Towns, Haiti, Madagascar, Mexico, Muscat, the Netherlands, New Cestos, Niger, Portugal, Sardinia, Spain, Sweden and Norway, Texas, Tuscany, Two Sicilies, Uruguay and Venezuela are reproduced in this 632 page printed volume. Multiple language versions printed (French, Spanish, Portuguese etc.)
See also by the same publisher: Instructions for the guidance of her Majesty’s Naval Officers employed in the suppression of the slave trade (London: T. R. Harrison, 1844).