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Antidote to West-Indian sketches, drawn from authentic sources.

Author: George Pinckard; James Leith, Sir; Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: London : Printed for Whitmore and Fenn, Charing Cross, 1816-1817.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Pinckard; James Leith, Sir; Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 78894516
Notes: Title varies, Nos. IV-VII with quotation marks about "West-Indian sketches." No. IV without hyphen.
"Errata in no. V": verso t.p. no. VI.
"Printed by W. Smith and Co. King Street, Seven Dials"--Verso of t.p.'s.
Nos. I-IV published in 1816, nos. V-VII in 1817.
Pagination: no. I: 8 p.; no. II: 8 p.; no. III: 8 p.; no. IV: 11, [1] p.; no. V: 11, [1] p.; no. VI: 16 p.; no. VII: p. 15, [1] p.
LC copy imperfect: No. V-VI wanting.
Description: 7 nos. ; 22 cm.
Contents: No. I. Condition of the slaves in the British colonies / from Pinckard's Notes on the West Indies --
No. II. A short account of the African Institution, and refutation of the calumnies of the directors / by Sir James Leith --
No. III. The actual condition of the Negroes in the British West India colonies, and a further exposure of the calumnies of the African Institution --
No. IV. The calumnies of the African Institution further illustrated by parliamentary papers, and other documents --
No. V. An illustration of the principles of the African Institution, as they respect our West India colonies, and a short account of the Berbice commissioners --
No. VI. Observations on the ameliorated condition of the Negroes in the British West India colonies, &c. --
No. VII. Observations on the necessity of a total change in the system of management of the African Institution.

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