The Sorrows of Yamba: Illustrating the Cruelty of the Slave-Trade. Together with Reflections of a Minister in the Day of Declension. Let God be prais'd who overrules, The works of TYRANNY and Fools

Title

The Sorrows of Yamba: Illustrating the Cruelty of the Slave-Trade. Together with Reflections of a Minister in the Day of Declension. Let God be prais'd who overrules, The works of TYRANNY and Fools

Description

First separate American edition of a famous anti-slavery item published both as a broadside and pamphlet, sometimes attributed to Hannah More (1745-1833) who may have derived it from William Cowper's “The Negro's Complaint”.

Creator

[Anonymous] [Anti-Slavery]

Source

Cover

Publisher

Greenwich [Mass]: Printed by John Howe - For Ezekiel Terry, of Palmer

Date

1805

Files

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Citation

[Anonymous] [Anti-Slavery], “The Sorrows of Yamba: Illustrating the Cruelty of the Slave-Trade. Together with Reflections of a Minister in the Day of Declension. Let God be prais'd who overrules, The works of TYRANNY and Fools,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed April 13, 2024, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/7.