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A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment

calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on negro slavery, by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of British seamen

by Thomas Urquhart

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Edition Notes

ContributionsWilberforce, William, 1759-1833
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA88 .U78
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 22 p. ;
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24473526M
OCLC/WorldCa54573479

A defence of the bill for the registration of slaves / by James Stephen, esq., in letters to William Wilberforce, esq., M.P. Letter the second. “Esquire” is a professional designation in the legal arena—not a social title. When you correspond with a lawyer, you have two choices: Write the person using a standard courtesy title (“Mr. Robert Jones” or “Ms. Cynthia Adams”) or, skip the courtesy title and put “Esquire” after the name, using its abbreviated form, “Esq.” (“Robert Jones, Esq.” or “Cynthia Adams.

1. WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, M.P. FOR THE COUNTY OF YORK: Frontispiece. (From a picture by J. Rising.) 2. WILBERFORCE OAK: Facing page 17 (At the foot of an old tree at Hollwood, after a conversation with Pitt, Wilberforce resolved to give notice in the House of Commons of his intention to bring forward the Abolition of the Slave Trade.) 3. Southey’s letter is a reply to Wilberforce’s request (5 July ) to extend hospitality to Bowdler on a forthcoming visit to the Lakes, Robert Isaac Wilberforce and Samuel Wilberforce (eds), The Correspondence of William Wilberforce, 2 vols (London, ), II, pp. – BACK.

Letters on the Evils of Impressment, with the outline of a Plan for doing it away; on which depend the Wealth, Prosperity, and Consequence, of Great Britain; by Thomas Urquhart, second edition, 8vo. Letters from Mrs E. Carter to Mrs Montagu, between and , chiefly on Literary and Moral Subjects, 3 vols. £1, 7s. The materials comprising the British Correspondence and Miscellany Collection are dated from to (bulk ). The papers are arranged into the following series: Correspondence, and undated; Subject Files, and undated; Pictures, and undated; and Miscellaneous Material, and undated An artificial collection, the papers are, for the most .


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A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment: calling him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on negro slavery, by acting with the same ardor and zeal in the cause of British seamen by Urquhart, Thomas.

A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. on the subject of impressment; calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on negro slavery, by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of the British seamen Analectic Magazine and Naval Chronicle Message from the President of the U.

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Urquhart, Thomas (fl. ) A letter to Wm Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of Impressment; calling on him and the philanthropists of this country High-resolution images are available to schools and libraries via subscription to American History, A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq.

M.P. on the proposed abolition of the slave trade, at present under the consideration of Parliament. By William Smith, Esq. late representative for the city of Norwich () (Reprint) Smith, William, A letter to Wm.

Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment: calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on Negro slavery by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of British seamen by Thomas Urquhart ().

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A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on Negro slavery by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of British seamen.

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A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on Negro slavery by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of British seamen.

by: Urquhart, Thomas. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Get this from a library. Letters to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the doctrine of hereditary depravity. [T Cogan]. A letter to William Wilberforce, esq. on the subject of his late publication.

(London, Printed for the author, by A. Hamilton, ), by Gilbert Wakefield (page images at HathiTrust) A vindication of the religious opinions of the higher classes in this country: in a series of letters addressed to William Wilberforce, Esq., upon his practical.

Part of the book is entitled: “A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of Impressment ”, appealing to Wilberforce, as an abolitionist, to stand against the practice of press. A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the subject of impressment: calling him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on negro slavery, by acting with the same ardor and zeal in the cause of British seamen.

Robert Southey to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, 26 March ⁠*. My dear Wynn. I do not by any means regret the application to Chancery, [1] – it was the strait-forward course, – & the question could not have been referred to a Court of Law (being so plain a case) if a false defence [2] had not been set up & supported by perjury.

Letters and Speeches Speeches William Wilberforce's Abolition Speech [Cols ] Mr. Wilberforce now rose and said:—When I consider the magnitude of the subject which I am to bring before the House—a subject, in which the interests, not of this country, nor of Europe alone, but of the whole world, and of posterity, are involved: and when I think, at the same time, on the weakness of.

mittee forSierraLeoneaffairs, on the subject of my public Letter to Mr. Wilberforce, whichwasread and adopted at aMeetingof the Board of Directors ofthe African Institu tion, onthe28th ofFeb.

With regret I have read this Report, regret, that such great and. Robert Southey to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, 22 March ⁠*. My dear Wynn. The matter has been carried against me by direct perjury. [1] Winterbottom I saw with Ridgeway & Symonds, [2] – but never dreamt of him (a dissenting Minister) as a publisher, farther than as he was connected with Symonds in his own book about America.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.[7] Southey had written two letters which he originally hoped to publish in the Courier: Southey to William Smith, 17 March (Letter ) and Southey to the Editor of the Courier [19 March ] (Letter ).

These two letters were sent to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn, on 17 and 19 March (Letters and ), for him to approve and forward to the newspaper.The three letters are in good condition, lightly aged and worn, with minor evidence of previous mounting in an album.

ONE: 24 February 1p, 4to. Signed 'Thomas Gisborne.' The subject of the letter is Woodhouse's translation of the Apocalypse, prefixed by 'a dissertation on the divine origin of the book', published the previous year.