British Antislavery Influence, 1770-1865

Bibliography

The following bibliography contains a full record for every document contained in Module 1:  British Antislavery Influence, 1770-1865.  Some of the "pdf" files contain multiple documents and thus correspond to multiple bibliographic references.  The bibliography does not specify which documents came from online sources such as Google Books or other online databases.  Instead, online source information has been embedded in the actual document files.  It does, however, indicate which documents came from published anthologies. 

The bibliography also includes records for all secondary sources that were utilized in the development of this module.  The following five works were the most valuable.

Abel, Annie Heloise, and Frank Joseph Klingberg, eds. A Side-Light on Anglo-American Relations, 1839-1858, Furnished by the Correspondence of Lewis Tappan and Others with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, Reprints of Economic Classics. New York: A. M. Kelley, 1970.

Barnes, Gilbert Hobbs, and Dwight Lowell Dumond, eds. Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844. New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

Fladeland, Betty. Men and Brothers: Anglo-American Antislavery Cooperation. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972.

McKivigan, John R. The War against Proslavery Religion: Abolitionism and the Northern Churches, 1830-1865. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984.

Taylor, Clare. British and American Abolitionists: An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding. Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

 

 

"An Address from the Undersigned Unitarian Ministers of Great Britain and Ireland, to Their Ministerial Brethren of the Unitarian Churches of the United States of America (1843)." In Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany (Jan, Mar, May 1844), 295-98. Boston: William Crosby, 1844.

"Appeal from British "Friends" To the Several Meetings for Sufferings in America." In The Liberator. Boston, April 25, 1835.

"The Boston Recorder and the Mob." The Liberator, November 14, 1835.

"Cant-Cant-Cant (May 14 1825)." In Niles Weekly Register, from March to September, 1825, Volume 28, edited by H. Niles, 162. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1825.

"From the Chicago Commercial Register. George Thompson." The Liberator, January 3, 1851.

Correspondence between the English and American Baptists (1833-1840)." In Facts for Baptist Churches, edited by A.T. Foss and E. Mathews, 14-44. Utica: American Baptist Free Mission Society, 1850.

"Extract of a Letter, from a Distinguished Abolitionist in England." Freedom's Journal, August 10, 1827.

"No Union with Slaveholders! Boston, Jan. 3, 1851, the Faneuil Hall Bazaar - Speech of George Thompson." The Liberator, January 3, 1851

"Pretence and Reality (May 24 1823)." In Niles Weekly Register, from March to September, 1823, Volume 24, edited by H. Niles, 179-81. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1823.

Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention, Called by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and Held in London, from Friday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 23rd, 1840. [1st-2d] ed. London: British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society... 1841.

"Protest against American Slavery, by One Hundred and Seventy-Three Unitarian Ministers (1845)." In Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany (Jan, Mar, May 1846), 156-60. Boston: William Crosby, 1846.

"Review of Society in America." In Plaindealer. New York, June 24, 1837.

"From the Richmond (Va.) Daily Express. George Thompson, the Incendiary." The Liberator, January 3, 1851.

"Slavery in the United States (April 5 1823)." In Niles Weekly Register, from March to September, 1823, Volume 24, edited by H. Niles, 74-75. Baltimore: Printed for the Editor by William Ogden Niles at the Franklin Press, 1823.

Abel, Annie Heloise, and Frank Joseph Klingberg, eds. A Side-Light on Anglo-American Relations, 1839-1858, Furnished by the Correspondence of Lewis Tappan and Others with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, Reprints of Economic Classics. New York: A. M. Kelley, 1970.

Alexander, George. "George Alexander to James Haughton, March 11 1840 " In A Side-Light on Anglo-American Relations, 1839-1858, Furnished by the Correspondence of Lewis Tappan and Others with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, edited by Annie Heloise Abel and Frank Joseph Klingberg, p 67-69. New York,: A. M. Kelley, 1970.

Allen, William G. "Letter from William G. Allen to William Lloyd Garrison, June 20 1853 " In The Black Abolitionist Papers, edited by C. Peter Ripley, 355-58. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.

American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Remonstrance against the Course Pursued by the Evangelical Alliance, on the Subject of American Slavery. New York: W. Harned, 1847.

Barnes, Gilbert Hobbs. The Antislavery Impulse, 1830-1844. New York: Harcourt, 1964.

Barnes, Gilbert Hobbs, and Dwight Lowell Dumond, eds. Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844. New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

Benezet, Anthony. "Benezet to Granville Sharp, May 15, 1772." In Friend Anthony Benezet, edited by George S. Brookes, 290-93. Philadelphia, London: University of Pennsylvania Press; H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1937.

Bourne, George. "The Book and Slavery Irreconcilable (Revision)." In Picture of Slavery in the United States of America, 7-79. Middletown, Conn.,: E. Hunt, 1834.

Bowring, John. "To the American Abolitionists." In The Liberty Bell, January 1, 1841.

British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. "Address to the President of the United States, from the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society." The Colored American, June 26, 1841.

———. Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention, Called by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and Held in London, from Friday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 23rd, 1840. London: British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1841.

———. "Debate on the Subject of Admitting Female Delegates." In Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention, Called by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and Held in London, from Friday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 23rd, 1840, 23-46. London: British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1841.

Brookes, George S., ed. Friend Anthony Benezet. Philadelphia, London: University of Pennsylvania Press; H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1937.

Clarkson, Thomas. An Essay on the Impolicy of the African Slave Trade. London: Printed and sold by J. Phillips, 1788.

———. "A Letter to the Clergy of Various Denominations, and to the Slave-Holding Planters, in the Southern Parts of the United States of America." 64 p. London: Printed by Johnston and Barrett, 1841.

Collins, J.A. "J.A. Collins to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec 27 1840 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 133-36 Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

———. "J.A. Collins to Maria Weston Chapman, Dec 3 1840 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 126-31. Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

———. "Bfass to J.A. Collins, Jan 2 1841." In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 137-38 Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Cropper, James. "James Cropper to William Lloyd Garrison, May 17 1834 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 29-30 Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Davis, David Brion. Inhuman Bondage : The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World. Oxford, England ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Dewey, Orville. "On American Morals and Manners (Excerpt)." In Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany (Jan, Mar, May 1844), 263-69. Boston: William Crosby, 1844.

Dillon, Merton Lynn. The Abolitionists: The Growth of a Dissenting Minority, Minorities in American History. DeKalb,: Northern Illinois University Press, 1974.

Douglass, Frederick. "Frederick Douglass in London to William Lloyd Garrison, May 23 1846 " In The Mind of the Negro as Reflected in Letters Written During the Crisis, 1800-1860, edited by Carter Godwin Woodson, 414-22 New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.

———. "Farewell Speech to the British People, at London Tavern, London, England, March 30 1847 " In Frederick Douglass : Selected Speeches and Writings, edited by Philip Sheldon Foner and Yuval Taylor, 54-75. Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books, 1999.

Douglass, Frederick, Philip Sheldon Foner, and Yuval Taylor. Frederick Douglass : Selected Speeches and Writings. 1st ed, The Library of Black America. Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books, 1999.

Drake, Thomas E. Quakers and Slavery in America. Gloucester, Mass.: P. Smith, 1965.

Dumond, Dwight Lowell. Antislavery; the Crusade for Freedom in America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1961.

Estlin, J.B. "J.B. Estlin to Samuel May, Oct 1 1846 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 290-92. Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Filler, Louis. The Crusade against Slavery, 1830-1860. [1st ed, The New American Nation Series. New York,: Harper, 1960.

Fladeland, Betty. Men and Brothers: Anglo-American Antislavery Cooperation. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1972.

Foss, A.T., and E. Mathews, eds. Facts for Baptist Churches. Utica: American Baptist Free Mission Society, 1850.

Fredrickson, George M. The Black Image in the White Mind: The Debate on Afro-American Character and Destiny, 1817-1914. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press; Distributed by Harper & Row, 1987.

Godwin, Benjamin. Lectures on Slavery. Boston,: J.B. Dow, 1836.

———. "England and America." In The Liberty Bell, January 1, 1841.

Goodman, Paul. Of One Blood : Abolitionism and the Origins of Racial Equality. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

Grimké, Sarah. "Sarah Grimké to Elizabeth Pease, Feb 11 1842." In Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844, edited by Gilbert Hobbs Barnes and Dwight Lowell Dumond, 918-22 New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

Hall, Marshall. The Two-Fold Slavery of the United States; with a Project of Self-Emancipation. London,: A. Scott, 1854.

Heyrick, Elizabeth. Immediate, Not Gradual Abolition: Or, an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and Most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. Boston: I. Knapp, 1838.

Hoare, Prince. Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq. Composed from His Own Manuscripts, and Other Authentic Documents in the Possession of His Family and of the African Institution. 2 vols. London: Printed for H. Colburn, 1828.

Jay, John. "Jay to Granville Sharp, Sept 1 1788." In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 357. New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

———. "Jay to the English Anti-Slavery Society, (No Date) " In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 340-44 New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

———. "Jay to William Wilberforce, Nov 8, 1809 " In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 324-26 New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

Johnston, Henry Phelps, ed. The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay. New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

Kenrick, John. Horrors of Slavery. In Two Parts. Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1817.

Kraditor, Aileen S. Means and Ends in American Abolitionism : Garrison and His Critics on Strategy and Tactics, 1834-1850. 1st Elephant paperback ed. Chicago: I.R. Dee, 1989.

Martineau, Harriet. Society in America. London: Saunders and Otley, 1837.

———. "Morals of Slavery." In Society in America, 312-52. London: Saunders and Otley, 1837.

———. The Martyr Age of the United States. New York: S.W. Benedict, 1839.

———. "Letter from Harriet Martineau to Elizabeth Pease, February 27 1841." In The Liberty Bell, January 1, 1845.

May, Samuel. "Samuel May to J.B. Estlin, Dec 4 1846 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 302-03 Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

McKivigan, John R. The War against Proslavery Religion: Abolitionism and the Northern Churches, 1830-1865. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984.

Miller, Floyd John. The Search for a Black Nationality : Black Emigration and Colonization, 1787-1863, Blacks in the New World. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1975.

Murray, John , and William Smeal. "John Murray and William Smeal to James Mccune Smith, June 15 1837." In The Black Abolitionist Papers, edited by C. Peter Ripley, 68-69. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.

Newman, Richard S. The Transformation of American Abolitionism : Fighting Slavery in the Early Republic. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2002.

O'Connell, Daniel. "British and Foreign Convention: Speech of Daniel O'connell." In The Liberator. Boston, August 21, 1840.

Pease, Elizabeth. "Elizabeth Pease to Angelina Grimké, Dec 27 1836 " In Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844, edited by Gilbert Hobbs Barnes and Dwight Lowell Dumond, 349-53. New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

———. "Elizabeth Pease to Angelina Grimké, Dec 2 1838." In Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844, edited by Gilbert Hobbs Barnes and Dwight Lowell Dumond, 545-49. New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

———. "Responsibility." In The Liberty Bell, January 1, 1845.

Pease, Jane H., and William Henry Pease. They Who Would Be Free : Blacks' Search for Freedom, 1830-1861. 1st ed, Studies in American Negro Life. New York: Atheneum, 1974.

Perry, Lewis. Radical Abolitionism; Anarchy and the Government of God in Antislavery Thought. Ithaca [N.Y.]: Cornell University Press, 1973.

PhillIps, Wendell. "Wendell Phillips to George Thompson, July 29 1839 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 73-76. Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Phillips, Wendell. "Letter from Wendell Phillips." In The Liberator. Boston, July 24, 1840.

Quarles, Benjamin. Black Abolitionists, A Galaxy Book, No. 310. London, New York,: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Remond, Charles Lenox. "Charles Lenox Remond to Francis Jackson (Printed in the Anti-Slavery Standard on August 25th 1840)." In The Mind of the Negro as Reflected in Letters Written During the Crisis, 1800-1860, edited by Carter Godwin Woodson, 298-301. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.

———. "Charles Lenox Remond to Charles B. Ray, June 30 1840 " In The Black Abolitionist Papers, edited by C. Peter Ripley, 71-74. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.

Richards, Leonard L. Gentlemen of Property and Standing; Anti-Abolition Mobs in Jacksonian America, A Galaxy Book. London, New York,: Oxford University Press, 1971.

Ripley, C. Peter. The Black Abolitionist Papers. 5 vols. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.

Rugemer, Edward Bartlett. The Problem of Emancipation : The Caribbean Roots of the American Civil War, Antislavery, Abolition, and the Atlantic World. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008.

Rushton, Edward. "Expostulatory Letter, to George Washington, of Virginia, by Edward Rushton, of Liverpool, February 20th, 1797." The Colored American, November 18, 1837.

Scoble, John. "John Scoble to the Committee of the British Foreign and Anti-Slavery Society, Feb 14 1853 " In A Side-Light on Anglo-American Relations, 1839-1858, Furnished by the Correspondence of Lewis Tappan and Others with the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, edited by Annie Heloise Abel and Frank Joseph Klingberg, 313-19. New York,: A. M. Kelley, 1970.

Sharp, Granville. Letter from Granville Sharp, Esq., of London : To the Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes and Others, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Baltimore: Printed by D. Graham, L. Yundt, and W. Patton... 1793.

———. "G.S. To the Hon. John Jay, President of the Society at New York for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been Liberated, March 7 1789 " In Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq. Composed from His Own Manuscripts, and Other Authentic Documents in the Possession of His Family and of the African Institution, edited by Prince Hoare, 116-19 London: Printed for H. Colburn, 1828.

———. "To His Excellency Benjamin Franklin, Esq., President of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, Jan 10 1788 " In Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq. Composed from His Own Manuscripts, and Other Authentic Documents in the Possession of His Family and of the African Institution, edited by Prince Hoare, 377-79 London: Printed for H. Colburn, 1828.

———. "Granville Sharp to the President, Vice President, and Treasurer of the Society Established in New York for the Manumission of Slaves, May 1 1788." In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 329-32 New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

———. "Sharp to Anthony Benezet , August 21, 1772 " In Friend Anthony Benezet, edited by George S. Brookes, 418-22. Philadelphia, London: University of Pennsylvania Press; H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1937.

Simms, Dr. "The Morals of Slavery (1837)." In The Pro-Slavery Argument; as Maintained by the Most Distinguished Writers of the Southern States, 175-285. Philadelphia,: Lippincott, Grambo, & co., 1853.

Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. The Injurious Effects of Slave Labour: An Impartial Appeal to the Reason, Justice, and Patriotism of the People of Illinois on the Injurious Effects of Slave Labour. London, Philadelphia (printed): Ellerton and Henderson, 1824.

Stange, Douglas C. British Unitarians against American Slavery, 1833-65. Rutherford [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1984.

Stauffer, John. The Black Hearts of Men : Radical Abolitionists and the Transformation of Race. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2002.

Stewart, James Brewer. Holy Warriors : The Abolitionists and American Slavery, American Century Series. New York: Hill and Wang, 1976.

———. Abolitionist Politics and the Coming of the Civil War. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008.

Stuart, Charles. The West India Question. Immediate Emancipation Would Be Safe for the Masters;--Profitable for the Masters;--Happy for the Slaves;--Right in the Government;--Advantageous to the Nation;--Would Interfere with No Feelings but Such as Are Disgraceful and Destructive;--Cannot Be Postponed without Continually Increasing Danger. An Outline for Immediate Emancipation; and Remarks on Compensation. New Haven,: H. Howe & Co., 1833.

———. "Charles Stuart to Weld, Jan 31 1843 " In Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844, edited by Gilbert Hobbs Barnes and Dwight Lowell Dumond, 968-70 New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

Stuckey, Sterling. The Ideological Origins of Black Nationalism. Boston,: Beacon Press, 1972.

Sullivan, T. R., and William Sullivan. Letters against the Immediate Abolition of Slavery; Addressed to the Free Blacks of the Non-Slave-Holding States. Boston,: Hilliard, Gray and co., 1835.

Taylor, Clare. British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding. Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Thistlethwaite, Frank. The Anglo-American Connection in the Early Nineteenth Century, Studies in American Civilization. New York,: Russell & Russell, 1971.

Thompson, George. Letters and Addresses by George Thompson During His Mission in the United States from Oct 1, 1834, to Nov 27, 1835. Boston: Isaac Knapp, 1837.

———. "George Thompson to Robert Purvis, Nov 10 1834 " In British and American Abolitionists : An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding, edited by Clare Taylor, 35-37 Edinburgh, Chicago: Edinburgh University Press, 1974.

Walsh, Robert. "Of the Existence of Negro Slavery in the United States, and of the British Abolition of the Slave Trade." In An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Britain Respecting the United States of America, 306-424. Philadelphia: Mitchell, Ames, and White, 1819.

Weld, Angelina Grimké. "Angelina Grimké Weld to Elizabeth Pease, Aug 14 1839 " In Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844, edited by Gilbert Hobbs Barnes and Dwight Lowell Dumond, 781-87. New York, London: D. Appleton-Century Company, 1934.

Wesley, John. "Thoughts Upon Slavery." In The Works of Reverend John Wesley, edited by John Emory, 278-93. New York: T. Mason, G. Lane, 1839.

Wilberforce, William. "William Wilberforce to Jay, Aug 1 1809 " In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 319-22 New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

———. "William Wilberforce to Jay, July 18 1810 " In The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, edited by Henry Phelps Johnston, 330-35 New York, London: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1890.

Wilson, Rev. D. "Thoughts on British Colonial Slavery. By the Rev. D. Wilson, Vicar of Islington." Freedom's Journal, March 7, 1828.

Woodson, Carter Godwin. The Mind of the Negro as Reflected in Letters Written During the Crisis, 1800-1860. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.