An Address to the Inhabitants of the British Settlements, on the Slavery of the Negroes in America. a Vindication of the Address, Slavery Not Forbidden in Scripture; Or, a Defence of the West India Planters. the Second Edition
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Attributed to Benjamin Rush in the Dictionary of American biography. Edition statement transposed; precedes "To which is added .." on title page. "A vindication of the address, to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes
Philadelphia: Printed and sold by John Dunlap, M, DCC, LXXIII.  ,28, ,54p.; 8