[ Slave Trade 1805; Thomas Bayly Howell ] The Report from A Committee of the HOuse of Assembly of Jamaica, [...] To Inquire into the Proceedings of The Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland relative to The Slave Trade, &c &c.

[ Slave Trade 1805; Thomas Bayly Howell ]
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London: Printed and Published according to the Order of the House of Assembly, By Edmund Pusey Lyon, Esquire, Agent for Jamaica. 1805.
SKU: 21490

40pp., 4to, disbound and defective, foxing, sl. frayed but main text complete, missing title/printed wraps (present as photocopy) with two folding Appendices (Tables) (one missing small section in middle with loss of some letters all the way down): Appendix No. 1. Statistics re. Raw and Refined Sugar up to 1804; No. 2 An Account of the Total Value of the Impor[t] into and Exports from Great Britain in 1801 and 1802, distinguishing the [Brit]ish Manufacturers from the Foreign Ones. INSCRIBED "T.B.H. | May 28th 180[5?]", Thomas Bayly Howell, editor after Cobbett of "State Trials", born in Jamaica. Note: a. Item found bound with an unrelated pamphlet, also without title, presumably from a volume of unrelated pamphlets; b. "When in 1808 William Cobbett projected a new edition of the State Trials, he secured Howell as editor. Howell carried the work from the first volume (1809) to the twenty-first (1814), taking over from Cobbett as proprietor in 1811". Scarce.