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|1||Aberystwyth University: Anti-Slavery Letters
The archive contains typescript copies of anti-slavery letters, dated 1832-1870, taken by Dr Clare Taylor whilst conducting research for her book, British and American Abolitionists: An Episode in Transatlantic Understanding. The letters are from prominent Quakers, Unitarians and Scottish Abolition...
|2||National Library of Wales: Dillwyn, William, diaries
Diaries and journals of tours of William Dillwyn, 1774-1775, 1777, 1781-1790, recording his departure from Pennsylvania for England, tours of parts of England and south Wales, his religious, political and business activities, the anti-slavery committee, and family business. [The diaries have been te...