Last edited by Mikagrel
Thursday, May 21, 2020 | History

7 edition of The business of abolishing the British slave trade, 1783-1807 found in the catalog.

The business of abolishing the British slave trade, 1783-1807

  • 212 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by F. Cass in London, Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Woods, Joseph.,
    • Hoare, Samuel.,
    • Harrison, George, 1747?-1827.,
    • Phillips, James, bookseller.,
    • London Abolition Committee -- History -- Sources.,
    • Antislavery movements -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources.,
    • Quaker abolitionists -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources.,
    • Slave-trade -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-146) and index.

      Statement[edited by] Judith Jennings.
      ContributionsJennings, Judi, 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT1162 .B87 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 157 p. ;
      Number of Pages157
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL989158M
      ISBN 100714646970, 0714642355
      LC Control Number96027425

      slave trade', The HistoricalJournal, 35 (), pp. ; idem, Popular politics and British anti slavery (Manchester, igg8); see also Judith Jennings, The business of abolishing the slave trade, (London, ). 11 Christopher L. Brown, Moral capital: foundations of British abolitionism (Chapel Hill, NC, ), p.   Michael Jordan's book explores the personalities and the issues behind the movement to abolish first the slave trade and later the condition of slavery. When the Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade was formed in , the trade was at its height, with slave-grown goods flowing around the world and personal wealth accumulating for those /5(3).

        This book challenges conventional wisdom regarding the political and economic motivations behind the final decision to abolish the British slave trade in Recent historians believe that this first blow against slavery was the result of social changes inside Britain and pay little attention to the important developments that took place Pages: In –, the British were the pre-eminent slave traders of the western hemisphere. The growth of British slaving activity between and was accompanied by major changes in its organization. The most obvious changes occurred in the way in which voyages were financed and managed and in patterns of investment in the trade among British and British colonial ports.

      Campaign for Abolition (Summary) This page provides a summary of the campaign for the abolition of the trans-Atlantic slave trade by breaking it into seven stages or 'steps to success'. These stages are a useful tool for analysing the tactics and also the success of the campaign.   Unfinished Business looks at how Liverpool became the greatest slaving port in human history. This is the untold story of the greatest slaving nation in history. Up till now, Britain’s place in.


Share this book
You might also like
conceptual framework for integrated risk management

conceptual framework for integrated risk management

Our bitterest foe, an incident of 1870

Our bitterest foe, an incident of 1870

survey of the oyster resources of Brevard County, Florida

survey of the oyster resources of Brevard County, Florida

Blake and Milton.

Blake and Milton.

Communication Skills for Business

Communication Skills for Business

Yoricks meditations

Yoricks meditations

Later Greek sculpture

Later Greek sculpture

Neuroscience-based cognitive therapy

Neuroscience-based cognitive therapy

Anything Book Fabric 9

Anything Book Fabric 9

Network independent file transfer protocol

Network independent file transfer protocol

Baroque portraits.

Baroque portraits.

DATAPULSE TECHNOLOGY LTD.

DATAPULSE TECHNOLOGY LTD.

Ten Kings and the Worlds They Ruled

Ten Kings and the Worlds They Ruled

The business of abolishing the British slave trade, 1783-1807 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, 1st Edition by Judith Jennings (Author)Cited by: The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, - Kindle edition by Judith Jennings. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, "The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade is a carefully researched, well presented and informative book which will be of interest not only to abolition historiographers but also to Quaker historians, scholars of eighteenth-century political and social history, and sociologists."Price: $ An essay on the comparative efficiency of regulation or abolition, as applied to the slave [] Select.

The history of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave-trade by the British Parliament [electronic resource] eResource. Stanford Libraries. The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, Pages pages This study presents new information about the four Quaker businessmen who helped found the London Abolition Committee in and remained active in the late anti-slave trade movement Cited by: The historiography of slavery has undergone a fundamental transformation, particularly since the s.

There has been an explosion of literature on slavery in the British Empire. There has also been a significant shift in studies of the slave trade. Earlier work tended to focus on the undoubted horrors of the trade but provided little analytical framework for understanding : Gad Heuman.

See Judith Jennings, The Business of Abolishing the Slave Trade – (London: Frank Cass, ); J.R. Oldfield, Popular Politics and British Anti-Slavery: The Mobilization of Public Opinion against the Slave Trade – (Manchester: Manchester University Cited by: See Judith Jennings, The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, – (London: Frank Cass, ); J.R.

Oldfield, Popular Politics and British Anti-Slavery: The Mobilization of Public Opinion against the Slave Trade – (Manchester: Manchester University Press, ).Cited by: 1.

The slave trade was actually abolished in The Slavery Abolition Act abolished, as the name suggests, slavery itself. A Treasury so loose with its facts might explain something about the.

8 Influential Abolitionist Texts. Written By: Mic Anderson. Share: in in order to capture the humiliations suffered by slaves at the hands of their owners as well as to condemn the slave trade as an inhumane institution. it is imperative to realize the importance of a book promulgating the need to abolish slavery in such a volatile.

"The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade is a carefully researched, well presented and informative book which will be of interest not only to abolition historiographers but also to Quaker historians, scholars of eighteenth-century political and social history, and sociologists.".

Read "The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, " by Judith Jennings available from Rakuten Kobo. This study presents new information about the four Quaker businessmen who helped found the London Abolition Committee in Brand: Taylor And Francis.

West Indian Slavery and British Abolition, – This book challenges conventional wisdom regarding the political and economic motivations behind the final decision to abolish the British slave trade in Jennings, J.

() The Business of Abolishing the British slave trade, Naturally enough, slavery and the slave trade also came under the microscope, leading some Britons to contemplate alternative visions of empire, including, significantly, an empire without slavery. If the debate was rarely framed in these precise terms, we should not underestimate the impact of the American Revolution and imperial crisis on.

Yet, as this book shows, the slave trade and abolition resound in international criminal law in multiple ways. Its central focus lies in a close examination of the often-controversial litigation, in the first part of the nineteenth century, arising from British efforts to capture slave ships, much of it.

This book challenges conventional wisdom regarding the political and economic motivations behind the final decision to abolish the British slave trade in Recent historians believe that this first blow against slavery was the result of social changes inside Britain and pay little attention to the important developments that took place inside the West Indian slave economy.

Anti-slavery values in literature -- 7. The evangelical world-view -- 8. Evangelical theology and abolition -- 9. Origins of Quaker action against the slave trade -- The transition to political agitation -- The campaign for abolition, -- The opposition to abolition, to -- The progress of abolition, -- Pages:   - THE YEAR BRITAIN ABOLISHED ITS SLAVE TRADE (PART 2) ( Abolition Act) that outlawed the trade in Africans across the Atlantic to the brutal plantation systems established in the.

Lee "The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, " por Judith Jennings disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This study presents new information about the four Quaker businessmen who helped found the London Abolition Committee in Brand: Taylor And Francis.

The Atlantic Slave Trade and British Abolition, By Roger Anstey. (Cambridge Commonwealth Series). Pp.

xxiv + + 8 plates. London: Macmillan; Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Humanities Press, £10; $ Slavery and the Catholic Church: the History of Catholic Teaching Concerning the Moral Legitimacy of the Institution of by: 1.'The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, ' is a well-researched but readable account that will be of particular relevance to those interested in British history, eighteenth-century studies, abolition historiography, political economy, the history of social activism and social change, religious studies, and sociology.If you are teaching a course on the Transatlantic Slave Trade or studying this topic independently, this article introduces readers to this period, and covers primarily social, political, and economic factors behind the development and.