Slavery not forbidden by Scripture. [microform] Or, A defence of the West-India planters, from the aspersions thrown out against them, by the author of a pamphlet, entitled, "An address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping." By a West-Indian.
By: Nisbet, Richard.Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia, 1773Description: 1 p. l., iii, 30 p. 21 cm.Subject(s): Slavery -- West Indies, British | Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813. Address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America upon slave-keeping
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