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245 03 An Answer to the Reverend James Ramsay's essay on the 
       treatment and conversion of slaves, in the British sugar 
       colonies|cby some gentlemen of St. Christopher.
       |h[electronic resource] / 
260    [St. Christopher? :|bs.n.],|c1784|e(Basseterre, in St. 
       Christopher :|fE.L. Low) 
300    ii, 100 p 
500    Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, 
       University of London 
500    Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 12764 
510 4  OCLC,|c22024828 
533    |7s2005    miunns|aElectronic reproduction.|bFarmington 
       Hills, Mich. :|cThomson Gale,|d2005.|nAvailable via the 
       World Wide Web.|nAccess limited to licensing agreements 
590    MOMW 
600 10 Ramsay, James,|d1733-1789.|tEssay on the treatment and 
       conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies
650  0 Slavery|zWest Indies, British 
650  0 Ethnocentrism|zGreat Britain 
650  0 Blacks|xSocial conditions|xHistory|y18th century 
700 1  Ramsay, James,|d1733-1789.|tEssay on the treatment and 
       conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies
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       ae=U107268903&srchtp=a&ste=14&locID=twnsc183|zeBook(MOMW)