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  • [Info] A Brief, but Most True Relation of the Late Barbarous and Bloody Plot of the Negro's in the Island of Barbado's on Friday the 21 of October, 1692, to Kill the Governour and All the Planters, and to Destroy the Government There Established, and to Set Up a New Governour and Government of Their Own, in a Letter to a Friend (London: Printed for G. Croom, 1693), by Edmund Bohun

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  • [Info] Copy of the Despatch From the Governor-General of India in Council to the Court of Directors of the East India Company, Dated the 8th Day of February 1841 (No. 3), With the Report From the Indian Law Commissioners, Dated the 15th Day of January 1841, and its Appendix Enclosed in That Despatch, on the Subject of Slavery in the East Indies (1841), contrib. by Indian Law Commission
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