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Anthony Benezet (American abolitionist)
Anthony Benezet (Amerikaans schoolleraar (1713-1784))
Anthony Benezet (US-amerikanischer Lehrer und Abolitionist)
Antoine Bénézet
Benezet, Anthony
Bénézet, Antoine
Lover of mankind
Lover of Mankind (Pseudonym)
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Ady, John
Ady, John (co-author)
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Brainerd, David (1718-1747)
Cooper, David (1725-1795))
Dillwyn, William (1743-1824)
Lloyd, John (1750 or 1-1811)
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Meeting for Sufferings
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Sharp, Granville (1735-1813))
Tract Association of Members of the Society of Friends (Ireland)
Blessed effect of a holy life and daily conversation with God, The
Brief van Anthony Benezet (1713-1784) aan Prosper Marchand (1678-1756)
Case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans, respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers
Caution to Great Britain and her colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominions. A new edition. By Ant. Benezet, A
collection of religious tracts., A
complete antislavery writings of Anthony Benezet, 1754 1783, The : an annotated critical edition
Extract from a representation of the injustice and dangerous tendency of tolerating slavery .
Extract of a letter wrote by the Earl of Essex, to his particular friend the Earl of Southampton, sometime before his death.
farewel [sic] address to the Rev. Mr. James Ramsay from James Tobin, Esq to which is added, a letter from the Society for Propagating the Gospel to Mr. Anthony Benezet of Philadelphia, and also a translation of the French King's declaration relating to the situation of Negroes, &c. in his European dominions., A
In the life of the lady Elizabeth Hastings, we meet with an extraordinary instance of the happy effects, which Christianity has upon those who, by joining with the calls of grace, become willing to give up their whole hearts to follow its dictates.
kurtze Vorstellung des Theils von Africa, welches bewohnt wird von Negroes, Eine : darinnen beschrieben wird die Fruchtbarkeit desselben Landes, die Gutartigkeit dessen Einwohner, und wie man daselbst den Sclaven-Handel treibt
kurtze Vorstellung des Theils von Africa welches bewohnt wird von Negroes ... nebst Anführung mancher schrifftlichen Zeugnüssen von verschiedenen nahmhafften Personen als Georg Wallis, Franz Hutchinson and Jacob Foster., Eine
Kurzer Bericht von den Leuten, die man Quäker nennet : ihrem Ursprung, ihrer Religionsgründen, und von ihrer Niederlassung in America : Meistentheils aus verschiedenen Autores zusammen gezogen, zum Unterricht aller aufrichtigen Nachforscher, und insonderheit für Ausländer
Mémoires sur la vie d'Antoine Bénezet
Memoirs of the life of Anthony Benezet
mighty destroyer displayed ... 1788:, The
mite cast into the treasury, or, Observations on slave-keeping, A
Notes on the slave trade, &c.
Observations on the inslaving, importing, and purchasing of Negroes; with some advice thereon, extracted from the epistle of the yearly-meeting of the people called Quakers held at London in the year 1748.
Observations sur l'origine, les principes et l'établissement en Amérique de la société connue sous la dénomination de Quakers ou Trembleurs extraits de divers auteurs
Observations sur l'origine, les principes et l'établissement en Amérique de la Société des amis, connue sous la dénomination de Quakers, extraites de divers auteurs... par Antoine Benezet. Nouvelle édition
particulars of an Indian treaty at Conestogoe, between His Excellency Sir William Keith, bart. governor of Pennsylvania, and the deputies of the Five nations., The
Pennsylvania spelling-book
plain path to Christian perfection, shewing that we are to seek for reconciliation and union with God, solely by renouncing ourselves, denying the world, and following our blessed saviour in the regeneration, The
plainess and innocent simplicity of the Christian religion, with its salutary effects, compared to the corrupting nature, and dreadful effects of war. ..., The
potent enemies of America laid open, The : being some account of the baneful effects attending the use of distilled spirituous liquors, and the slavery of the Negroes.
Serious considerations on several important subjects; viz on war and its inconsistency with the gospel: observations on slavery. And remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors ...
Serious reflections affectionately recommended to the well-disposed of every religious denomination, particularly those who mourn and lament on account of the calamities which attend us; and the insensibility that so generally prevails.
Short account of that part of africa, inhabited by the negroes with respect to the fertility of the country; the good disposition of many of the natives, and the manner by which the slave trade is carried on
Short account of the people called quakers their rise, religious principles and settlement in america, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreigners
Slavery pamphlets.
Some historical account of Guinea, its situation, produce, and the general disposition of its inhabitants with an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade, its nature, and lamentable effects
Some historical Account of Guinea... with an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade... also a republication of the sentiments of several authors of note on this interesting subject, particularly an extract of a treatise written by Granville Sharpe, by Anthony Benezet...
Some observations on the situation, disposition, and character of the Indian natives of this continent.
Some serious and awful considerations, recommended to all, particularly the youth, in a representation of the uncertainty of a death-bed repentance. ...
Soul rising out of the vanity of time into the riches of eternity
Spirit of prayer.
Treaties, etc.
Views of American Slavery
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