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INTERNAL SLAVE TRADE
UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA;
REPLIES TO QUESTIONS
TRANSMITTED BY THE COMMITTEE OF
The British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society,
FOR THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY AND THE SLAVE TRADE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
PRESENTED TO THE GENERAL ANTI-SLAVERY CONVENTION,
HELD IN LONDON, JUNE, 1840.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-
THOMAS WARD AND CO., PATERNOSTER ROW;
AND TO BE HAD AT THE OFFICE OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN ANTI-
SLAVERY SOCIETY, 27, NEW BROAD STREET.
TIE NEW YORK
ASTOR, LENOX AND
PRINTED DY J, HADDON, CASTLE STREET, FINSBURY,
The Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society, with a view of obtaining information relative to slavery and the slave trade, transmitted, some time previous to the Anti-slavery Convention, a list of QUERIES to various parts of the world, and among them the following to the United States of America ; which, with the REPLIES received from the Executive Committee of the American Anti-slavery Society were laid before the Convention, and that body, regarding the information they contain as most important, appointed a Committee to prepare them for the press, under whose direction they are published.
British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society,
27, New Broad Street, London.