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[West Indies] | A group of pamphlets focusing on the equalization debate

[West Indies] | A group of pamphlets focusing on the equalization debate

[West Indies] | A group of pamphlets focusing on the equalization debate

[West Indies]

Sammelband of four pamphlets relating to the sugar trade. London: 1823


4 works in one volume, 8vo. Contemporary half calf over marbled paper covered boards, flat spine tooled in gilt and blind. 


Pamphlets include


1) [Larpent, Sir George]. On Protection to West-India Sugar...Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged. London: Printed for J.M. Richardson, 1823. Sabin 39068.

2) [Macaulay, Zachariah]. East and West India Sugar or, a Refutation of the Claims of the West India Colonists to a Protecting Duty on East India Sugar. London: Printed for Lupton Relfe, 1823. Sabin 42951.

3) [Macaulay, Zachariah]. A Letter to William W. Whitmore Pointing out some of the Erroneous Statements contained in a Pamphlet by Joseph Marryat entitled "A Reply to the Arguments contained in Various Publications Recommending an Equalisation of the Duties on East and West India Sugars." London: for Lupton Relfe, 1823. Sabin 42953.

4) Marryat, Joseph. A Reply to the Arguments recommending an Equalization of the Duties on East & West Indian Sugar...second edition. London: for J.M. Richardson, 1823. Sabin 44708.


A group of pamphlets focusing on the equalization debate; i.e. an abolition argument that sugar growers in the East Indies were at a disadvantage to their counterparts in the West Indies due to the latter's use of slavery.

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