The Sixth Annual Report of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world; presented to the general meeting held in the Hall of Commerce, London, on Friday, May 17th, 1845. Joseph John GURNEY.

The Sixth Annual Report of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world; presented to the general meeting held in the Hall of Commerce, London, on Friday, May 17th, 1845

London: Printed for the Society, 1845. First Edition. Slim octavo (21cm.); publisher's grey printed wrappers; 60pp. Light wear to wrapper extremities, some spotting to upper cover, small loss to rear wrapper bottom corner, else Very Good, internally fine. Covers the slave trade and presence of slavery in Hong Kong, where it was newly abolished; the United States, where "Possessing the highest offices in the Federal Government, the slaveholders have abused them to sustain the institution of slavery within the States, and to extend its empire by the annexation of Texas"; and France ("Little has been done in France to advance the anti-slavery cause during the past year").

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