By John Simkin
This finished encyclopedia of Slavery has over 2 hundred entries. It comprises the Slave procedure (14), Slave lifestyles (20), Slave debts (34), occasions & matters (24), Political firms (4), Campaigners opposed to Slavery (70) and the British Slave alternate (48).
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