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ON THE

OPPRESSION OF THE

EXILED SONS OF AFRICA.

CONSISTING OF

ANIMADVERSIONS ON THE IMPOLICY AND BARBA
RITY OF THE DELETERIOUS COMMERCE AND
SUBSEQUENT SLAVERY OF THE

HUMAN SPECIES;

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

A DESULTORY LETTER WRITTEN TO

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE,

ANNO DOMINI, 1801.

BY THOMAS BRANAGAN,

Late Slave-trader from Africa, and Planter from Antigua; who,
from conscientious motives, relinquished a lucrative situation
in that island; and now from a deep sense of duty, publishes
to the world the tragical scenes, of which he was a daily spec-
tator, and in which he was unhappily concerned.

PHILADELPHIA :

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, BY JOHN W. SCOTT,
NO. 27, BANK-STREET.

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HUMANITY,

PARTICULARLY THE PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS

OF THE

Abolition Society,

AND THE PEOPLE COMMONLY CALLED

QUAKERS,

WHO,

BY THEIR DISTINGUISHED EXERTIONS, FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF SLAVERY, and thE RELIEF

OF THE OPPRESSED AFRICANS, HAVE

DONE IMMORTAL HONOUR TO

THEMSELVES-TO HUMA

NITY, AND THE

CHRISTIAN NAME,

THE FOLLOWING WORK IS RESPECTFULLY

DEDICATED,

BY THEIR MOST OBEDIENT

HUMBLE SERVANT,

THE AUTHOR.

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