Slavery accounts Accounts of the number of negroes delivered to the islands of Barbados Jamaica and Antigua for the years In the monopoly in the African trade was abolished In the Royal African Company tried without success to regain it The government took a ten per cent levy from the trade Found in the Collection of the British Museum A print from The Slave Trade and its Abolition edited by John LangdonDavies Jonathan Cape London
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