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Sugar trade -- Great Britain.
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    E-RESOURCE 1753

An account of the late application to Parliament, from the sugar refiners, grocers, &c. of the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, and of the city of Bristol.

   
London : printed for J. Brotherton, at the Bible, next Tom's Coffee-House, Cornhills,        2 unnumbered pages,49,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1753
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An address, to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint] / [electronic resource] :

    Fox, William.
Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed by J. Bailey and W. Dickson, in Kingstreet,,    The tenth edition.    12 p. ; 18 cm. (12mo) 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An address to the people of Great-Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint] / [electronic resource] :

    Fox, William.
[Boston] : First printed in London. Re-printed by Samuel Hall, in Boston.,    The ninth edition.    12 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo) 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint] / [electronic resource] :

    Fox, William.
Philadelphia: : Printed by Benjamin Johnson, no. 147, High-Street.,    The ninth edition.    12 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo) 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar & rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint] / [electronic resource] :

    Fox, William.
[New York] : London--printed, New York re-printed by William Durell no. 19, Queen Street.,    The eighth edition.    12 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo) 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

An address to the people of Great-Britain (respectfully offered to the People of Ireland) on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum : .

    Fox, William, active 1791-1813.
[Limerick] : London: printed - and Limerick: re-printed by A. Watson, & Co. King's-Arms,    The tenth edition, with alterations.    16 pages ; 8⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1761

Brief observations concerning the management of the war : and the means to prevent the ruin of Great Britain... By J. Massie.

    Massie, J. (Joseph), -1784.
[London] : [Sold at the pamphlet shops at the Royal-Exchange, Temple-Bar, and Charing-Cross],    The second edition, with additions.    12 pages ; 4⁰ 1761
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    E-RESOURCE 1759

Calculations and observations relating to an additional duty upon sugar. : Made to supply, in some measure, the want of the remainder of the annexed Treatise, ...

    Massie, J. (Joseph), -1784.
[London?], [publisher not identified],        2 pages ; 2⁰ 1759
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    E-RESOURCE 1753

An enquiry into the causes of the present high price of muscovada sugars; with some remedies, humbly proposed for a grievance so considerable. In a letter to a member of parliament.

   
London : printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row,        2 unnumbered pages,24 pages ; 8⁰ 1753
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    E-RESOURCE 1849

A few words, on the encouragement given to slavery and the slave trade : by recent measures, and chiefly by the sugar bill of 1846 / by Stephen Cave.

    Cave, Stephen, 1820-1880, author.
[London, England] : John Murray,        1 online resource (34 pages). 1849
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    E-RESOURCE 1731

The importance of the sugar colonies to Great-Britain stated : and some Objections against the Sugar Colony Bill answer'd. In a letter to a Member of the House of Commons.

   
London : printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane,        40 pages ; 8⁰ 1731
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

A letter to the Members of Parliament who have presented petitions to the Honourable House of Commons for the abolition of the slave trade. By a West-India Merchant.

    West-India merchant.
London : sold by J. Sewell, Cornhill; J. Murray, Fleet-Street; and J. Debrett, Piccadilly,        4 unnumbered pages,84 pages ; 8⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1738

The miserable case of the British sugar planters : wherein is contained, some remarks on the poverty, distress, and other difficulties, which they labour under; the advantages of a direct exportation from the sugar islands to Foreign Markets; and the

    Wellwisher to the trade and navigation of Great-Britain.
London : printed for R. Willock, at Sir Isaac Newton's Head in Cornhill,        vii,1 unnumbered page,26,2 unnumbered pages ; 4⁰ 1738
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

A plain man's thoughts on the present price of sugar, &c.

   
London : printed for J. Debrett, Opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly,        4 unnumbered pages,22,2 unnumbered pages ; 8⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1713

The present state of the sugar plantations consider'd : but more especially that of the Island of Barbadoes.

    Cleland, William, active 1692-1716.
London : printed and sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall,        2 unnumbered pages,30 pages ; 8⁰ 1713
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    E-RESOURCE 1782

Prize sugars not foreign. : An essay intended to vindicate the rights of the public to the use of prize sugars; And to shew the Impolicy, as well as Injustice of forcing the Prize Cargoes out of the Kingdom, at a Time when the Manufactory is languish

    Stonestreet, George Griffin.
London : printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, and J. Sewell, in Cornhill,        xii,55,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1782
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    E-RESOURCE 1733

Proposals offered for the sugar planters redress, and for reviving the British sugar commerce. In a further letter from a gentleman of Barbadoes, to his friend in London.

    Gentleman of Barbadoes.
London : printed for J. Wilford, behind the Chapter-House St. Paul's Church-Yard,        35,1 unnumbered page ; 4⁰ 1733
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

A report of the proceedings of the Committee of Sugar-Refiners, for the purpose of the effecting a reduction in the high prices of sugar, by lowering the bounty on refined sugar exported, and correcting the evils of the West-India monopoly.

    Committee of Sugar-refiners of London.
London : printed by S. Couchman, Throgmorton-Street. MDCCXCII. (entered at Stationers-Hall),        44 pages ; 4⁰ 1792
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1935

Report of the United Kingdom Sugar Industry Inquiry Committee.

    Great Britain. United Kingdom Sugar Industry Inquiry Committee.
London, : H.M. Stationery Off.,        iv, 123 pages : tables (1 folded) ; 25 cm. 1935
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

A second address to the people of Great Britain: containing a new, and most powerful argument to abstain from the use of West India sugar. By an eye witness to the facts related.

    Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814.
London : printed for M. Gurney, No 128, Holborn Hill,    The second edition, enlarged.    12 pages ; 12⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1792

A second address to the people of Great Britain: containing a new, and most powerful argument to abstain from the use of West India Sugar. By an eye witness to the facts related. Published in Behalf of a good Cause.

    Burn, Andrew, 1742-1814.
Rochester : printed by W. Gillman, At the Phoenix Printing Office; sold by T. Evans, No. 32, Pater-Noster-Row, London; And by all the Booksellers in the County of Kent,        11,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1792
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    E-RESOURCE 1791

A short account of the African slave trade : and an address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum.

   
Sevenoaks : printed for a society, and sold by T. Clout. Sold also by J. Marsom, No. 187, High Holborn [London]; W. Button, Newington Causey; Simmons and Co. Canterbury; and by all other Booksellers,        16 pages ; 8⁰ 1791
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    E-RESOURCE 1759

A state of the British sugar-colony trade : shewing, that an additional duty of twelve shillings per 112 pounds weight may be laid upon brown or muscovado sugar (and proportionably higher Duties upon Sugar refined before imported) without making suga

    Massie, J. (Joseph), -1784.
London : printed for T. Payne, in Castle-Street, Charing-Cross; sold by W. Shropshire, in New Bond-Street; W. Owen, at Temple-Bar; C. Henderson, at the Royal-Exchange,        2 unnumbered pages,90,2,2 unnumbered pages ; 4⁰ 1759
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    E-RESOURCE 1759

A state of the British sugar-colony trade : Shewing, that an additional duty of twelve shillings per 112 pounds weight may be laid upon brown or muscovado sugar (and proportionably higher duties upon sugar refined before imported) without making suga

    Massie, J. (Joseph), -1784.
London : Printed for T. Payne, in Castle-Street, Charing-Cross; sold by W. Shropshire, in New Bond-street; W. Owen, at Temple-Bar; C. Henderson, at the Royal-Exchange,        2 unnumbered pages,40,2,[2];[2],41-68;[2],69-96 pages ; 4⁰ 1759
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    PRINTED BOOKS 1889

The sugar convention / by Sir T.H. Farrer, bart.

    Farrer, Thomas Henry Farrer, Baron, 1819-1899.
London ; New York [etc.] : Cassell & company, limited,        viii, 135 pages ; 19 cm 1889
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    E-RESOURCE 1791

A vindication of the Address to the people of Great Britain : on the use of West India produce. With some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves. In reply to a female apologist for slavery. The Second Edition, with Strictures on h

    Hillier, Richard.
London : sold by M. Gurney, No. 128, Holborn, L. Way-Land, Middle-Row, and T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard-Street,        23,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1791
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