2 edition of last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool, 1750-1807. found in the catalog.
last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool, 1750-1807.
|Series||Reprints of economic classics, [Slavery series, no. 7]|
|LC Classifications||HT1162 .M25 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 331 p.|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||68021439|
Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool London: Frank Cass & Co., 12 mo., pp. plus 8 pp. of illus. Revised Edition with corrections, (orig. printed in ). Part of the Cass Library of African Studies: Slavery Series No. 7. Mackenzie-Grieve was also a historian, biographer, and travel writer whose non-fiction included The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool, () and The Great Accomplishment (), a collection of short biographies of prominent women.
84 P. , ‘Measuring the Atlantic Slave Trade’, in Engerman and Genovese, Race and Slavery, – 85 House of Lords Papers, Accounts & Papers, , VII, no. An account of the number of ships, their tonnage and men, which cleared from England for Africa and the West Indies, in the last ten years, distinguishing each by: If a book is not as described it is returnable within 7 days of receipt for a full refund. All prices are quoted in pounds sterling. Liverpool. For the West India Association. pp. 8vo. Disbound. THE LAST YEARS OF THE ENGLISH SLAVE TRADE. Liverpool - £ London. Putnam & Co. Ltd. pp. xii,
A Notice of The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool, , by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve, London, THIS work adds little to evidence already published, and is largely a re-arrangement of the matter contained in Liverpool Privateers and the Slave Trade (Gomer Williams) and that rather imaginative booklet entitled Liverpool. The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool - By Averil Mackenzie Grieve. London: Frank Cass & Co Ltd, By the last half of the 18th century Liverpool had ousted London and Bristol from the profitable trade in slaves. This became the time when Liverpool merchants made fortunes and built fine houses and new public buildings.
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The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool - Author Averil Mackenzie Grieve Illustrator 8 Illustrations Format/binding Hardcover Book condition New FINE (AS BRAND NEW) Jacket condition FINE (AS NEW) Edition Reprint of the First Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Frank Cass Book Edition: Reprint of The First Edition.
The last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool, by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Slave-trade, History, Commerce, Slave trade; Places: Liverpool, Great Britain, England, Liverpool (England).
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Acknowledgements My thanks to David Stoker, Manager of the Liverpool Record Office and Local Studies at the Liverpool Central Library, for checking the material to be filmed and supplying me with copies of in.
The last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool, Reprint, with corrections, of the ed. Includes bibliographies. Contributor: Mackenzie-Grieve, Averil. The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool London: Putnam and Co., Deals with the changing climate during the move toward abolition within the slave trade's capital, Liverpool, with emphasis on letters and documents from slave vessel captain.
The Liverpool standard, and general commercial advertiser. The last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool Book/Printed Material The last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool,"First published July " "Works consulted": p.
Market Structure and the Profits of the British African Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Rejoinder - Volume 43 Issue 3 - J.
InikoriCited by: MACKENZIE-GRIEVE, Averil. THE LAST YEARS OF THE ENGLISH SLAVE TRADE. Liverpool - pp. xii, Frontis, 7 plates.
8vo. Black cloth. Pasted on to front free endpaper: 2 C20th MS copies of C18th receipts for slaves and a newspaper article about 'auction by candle'. 7 For the petition, see Averil Mackenzie-Grieve, The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool, (; reprint, London: Frank Cass, ), For information on Oroonoko see the Clarendon editors of Southerne, who note: "Oroonoko went on to become one of the most frequently performed works in the eighteenth-century theatre.
Weekly Vol. 13, no. (Sept. 19, )-vol. 16, no. (Dec. 29, ). Also issued on microfilm. Liverpool Mercury and Lancashire general advertiser (DLC)sn (OCoLC) Liverpool expanded at a rapid rate using funds generated from the slave trade. The Town Hall built in became too small and was replaced by the Georgian Exchange and Town Hall.
The building contained a merchants’ exchange, a council chamber, a banqueting hall, and many offices and additions were continuously made to the building. The last years of the English slave trade, Liverpool,by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve: The Leaving of Liverpool by Lyn Andrews: The Leaving of Liverpool by Maureen Lee: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories: The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.
by Washington Irving. The Slave trade and its abolition Slavery which began in the 17th century and lasted until the 19th century it was all about making money. In the quest to achieve making the most amount of profit, Britain came up with ways to involve other countries in a trade where each country involved benefited somehow.
This is when the triangular slave trade evolved. Liverpool was responsible for 80% of all British voyages in the final decade of the slave trade before abolition inleading to a public apology from Liverpool City Council in for the port’s role in human trafficking.
Today, Liverpool Slavery Museum serves as a permanent reminder of a shocking industry that saw millions of African people kidnapped from their homes and enslaved over.
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more info for The Last Years of the English Slave Trade, Liverpool Add to Cart Ask a Question about The Last Years of the English Slave Trade, Liverpool. Mackenzie-Grieve was also a historian, biographer, and travel writer whose non-fiction included The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool, () and The Great Accomplishment (), a collection of short biographies of prominent : Furrowed Middlebrow.The slave trade - a historical background Inthe British government passed an Act of Parliament abolishing the slave trade throughout the British Empire.
Slavery itself would persist in the British colonies until its final abolition in The range of trade goods supplied, and entrance into the trade at a time of colonial economy deceleration also enabled Liverpool merchants to almost monopolise the Anglo-American commercial market.
58] Liverpool merchants conducted business on the coast of Africa from the Senegal River to Ambriz, where healthy slave populations attribute to.