An Essay On Colonization, Particularly Applied To The Western Coast Of Africa, With Some Free Thoughts On Cultivation And Commerce: Also Brief Descriptions Of The Colonies Already Formed, Or Attempted, In Africa, Including Those Of Sierra Leona And Bulama : In Two Parts, Volume 1
Selbstverl., 1794 - 196 pages
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