Letter to Mr. Bowyer : Fulham, Eng. : ALS, 1810 June 28.


Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813. Letter to Mr. Bowyer : Fulham, Eng. : ALS, 1810 June 28.

Letter to Mr. Bowyer : Fulham, Eng. : ALS, 1810 June 28.

Letter discusses 18th century English court cases relating to slavery. Explains the views of Sharp, Lord Hardwicke, and legal judgements made by P. York and C. Talbot.

6 p. ; 24 cm.

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