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The penitential tyrant ; or, Slave trader reformed : a pathetic poem, in four cantos.

Author: Thomas BranaganWilliam CowperJohn James BarraletDavid EdwinAlexander AndersonAll authors
Publisher: New-York : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street., 1807.
Edition/Format:   Book : Document : Juvenile audience   Computer File : English : The second edition, enlargedView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
Poems
Subscription publications
Controversial literature
Juvenile works
Poetry
Juvenile poetry
Named Person: Thomas Branagan; Thomas Branagan
Material Type: Document, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Branagan; William Cowper; John James Barralet; David Edwin; Alexander Anderson; Alexander Pope; J Marjoribanks
OCLC Number: 426046627
Notes: An earlier edition of this poem has the subtitle, "A juvenile poem." Text probably intended for older children and young adults.
Edition statement transposed; precedes line of text on title page.
Metal-engraved frontispiece signed: Barralet del. Edwin sc.
Wood engraving, p. 274, signed: A [i.e. Alexander Anderson].
"Subscribers names."--Page [291-299].
"Samuel Wood ... has for sale a large collection of well-chosen books ..."--Advertisement, p. [300].
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 290, [10] pages, [1] leaf of plates) : illustrations
Contents: Description of the frontispiece --
To the reader --
Introduction --
Compendius memoirs, of the author --
A short account of poor Joseph --
The penitential tyrant --
Notes to The penitential tyrant --
Appendix --
Messiah: a sacred ecologue, in imitation of Virgil's Pollio [by Alexander Pope] --
Buying stolen goods synonymous with stealing; or, The immorality of using the produce of slavery demonstrated. Addressed to all Christians of all denominations --
A subject for conversation and reflection at the tea-table. Originally published in England [by William Cowper] --
The method of procuring slaves on the coast of Africa ... Extracted from authentic documents, and exemplified by engravings --
Extract from an essay in verse, entitled, Slavery. By Captain Marjoribanks, belonging to a British regiment which was stationed in the West-Indies.
Other Titles: Tyrant.
Responsibility: by Thomas Branagan. ; [One line of text].

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