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Report: why fewer women bought than men

Report: why fewer women bought than men


Lords Committee of Council reports, 1789.

The Lords Committee of Council was a Parliamentary Committee.
The title of the reports reads: Report of the Lords Committee of Council appointed for the consideration of all matters concerning the present state of the Trade to Africa and particularly the Trade in Slaves …

This is part of the evidence from delegates from Bristol who were against Abolition of the slave trade. Here they are explaining why fewer women than men are purchased.

Date: 1789

Copyright: Copyright BCC Record Office

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