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<title>Digitised and Encoded copy of Negro Slavery by Zachary MacAulay</title>
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<authority>Transcribed from digital copy available from Recovered Histories at
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<title>Negro Slavery; or, A View of Some of the More Prominent Features of
that State of Society, as it Exists in the United States of America and
in the Colonies of the West Indies, Especially in Jamaica</title>
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<publisher>Printed for Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly, and J. and A. Arch,
Cornhill</publisher>
<distributor>Sold Also by W. Graphel, Church street, and G. and J. Robison,
Castle Street, Liverpool.</distributor>
<date when="1823">1823</date>
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<p>NEGRO SLAVERY, &amp;c. &amp;</p>
<p><interp cert="unknown" key="Unclear as I have not read the full text."
n="MacAulay, Zachary. Negro Slavery; or, A View of Some of the More Prominent Features of that State of Society, as it Exists in the United States of America and in the Colonies of the West Indies, Especially in Jamaica. (London, 1823)"
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The object of the present publication is to furnish to the public a plain,
authentic, and unvarnished picture of Negro slavery </interp>, not as it may
have existed at some antecedent period of time, but as it exists at the present
moment, both in the <placeName key="United States of America"
ref="http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=United_States&amp;params=38_53_N_77_01_W_type:country"
> United States of America</placeName>, and in the European Colonies of the
West Indies, which have been peopled by imported Africans. We shall begin with
the United States.</p>
<p>The Negro Slavery of the United States.</p>
<p>The real nature of Negro slavery, as it exists in the <placeName
key="United States of America"
ref="http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=United_States&amp;params=38_53_N_77_01_W_type:country"
> United States</placeName>, at the present moment, cannot be better
exhibited than by republishing an article which made its appearance not long
since in a monthly periodical work. It is a review of the two volumes of travels
which had recently been published in this country; the one entitled "Travels in
Canada and the United States," by <persName key="Hall, Francis" from="?"
to="1833" role="Travel Writer"
ref="http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?ammem/lhbtnbib:@field%28NUMBER+@od1%28lhbtn+26822%29%29"
> Lieutenant Francis Hall</persName>; and the other, "Sketches of America,"
by <persName key="Fearon, Henry Bradshaw" from="1770" to="?"
role="Travel Writer" ref="http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007657458"
>Mr. Fearon</persName>. The article is as follows.&#x2013;</p>
<p>In undertaking the review of the works of <persName key="Hall, Francis" from="?"
to="1833" role="Travel Writer"
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> Lieutenant Hall</persName> and <persName key="Fearon, Henry Bradshaw"
from="1770" to="?" role="Travel Writer"
ref="http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007657458">Mr. Fearon</persName>,
we have no intention to amuse our readers with a description of American
scenery, or to communicate information on the politics</p>
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