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100 1  Carey, Mathew,|d1760-1839 
245 10 Letters on the Colonization Societyigration to Liberia, 
       disadvantages of slavery to the white population, 
       character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions 
       of the barbarians, effects of colonization on the slave 
       trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed
       traffic|caddressed to C.F. Mercer, by M. Carey.
       |h[electronic resource] / 
250    13th ed.|bto which is prefixed the important information 
       collected by Joseph Jones, a coloured man, lately sent to 
       Liberia, by the Kentucky Colonization Society, to 
       ascertain the true state of the country--its productions, 
       trade, and commerce--and the situation and prospects of 
       the colonists 
260    [Philadelphia] :|bE.G. Dorsey, printer,|c[1838] 
300    iv, 32 p., [2] leaves of plates :|bill., maps ;|c22 cm 
500    Reproduction of original from Widener Library, Harvard 
       University 
500    Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 30414.1 
510 4  OCLC,|c17868233 
533    |7s2005    miunns|aElectronic reproduction.|bFarmington 
       Hills, Mich. :|cThomson Gale,|d2005.|nAvailable via the 
       World Wide Web.|nAccess limited to licensing agreements 
590    MOMW 
610 20 American Colonization Society 
650  0 Blacks|xColonization|zAfrica 
651  0 Liberia 
700 1  Mercer, Charles Fenton,|d1778-1858 
700 1  Jones, Joseph 
710 2  Kentucky Colonization Society 
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