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Title Slavery and the Slave trade Facts and Memoranda compiled from the slave-trade papers, the statutes at large, and other sources
Author(s) Teall, J. Eastoe (Assistant secretary of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.)
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1889
Document Type Report, Pamphlet
Place of Publication London
Publisher British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society
Library Anti-Slavery International
Region Africa, Middle East, Europe
Names J. Eastoe Teall
Places East Africa, Zanzibar, North Africa, Morocco, West Africa, Gold Coast, Cape Coast Castle (p14), Central Africa, Arabia, Asia
Topics African slave trade, slave trader, slave ship, slavery, "countries in which slavery still exists" (p5), "slave routes and tracks of slavers" (p5), "principal slave markets" (p8), "eunuch establishments" (p10), "methods of abolishing the legal status of slavery" (p10), abolition act (p10), "conferences of the powers at which the question of making the slave trade piracy has been brought before the plenipotentiaries" (p18), "states which have declared the slave-trade to be piracy" (p20), "states which have granted to Great Britain the right of search" (p21), "treaties, agreements, &c., now in force between Great Britain and foreign powers for the suppression of the slave trade" (p23), "summary of the treaties and laws of each nation for the suppression of the slave trade, showing procedure adopted as to the capture and adjudication of slave vessels" (p26), "the Indian penal code and slavery" (p56), crime (p15), health and disease (p42)
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