1 GERT JAN BESTEBREURTJE Rare Books Langendijk 8, 4132 AK Vianen The Netherlands Telephone (0) Visit our Web-page at LIST 63 SLAVERY & THE SLAVE TRADE. Item 271
2 1 ABBOTT, Lyman & S.B. HALLIDAY. Henry Ward Beecher: a sketch of his career: with analyses of his power as a preacher, lecturer, orator and journalist, and incidents and reminiscences of his life. Hartford, American Publishing Company, vo. Original embossed cloth, spine gilt. With frontispiece portrait and 17 plates. 670 pp. 125,00 'It cannot be questioned that no other man has exerted so wide and profound an influence on the progress of thought - moral, political and religious - in this country for the past fifty years, as has Mr. Beecher' (Preface). With characterizations and personal reminiscences, contributed by thirty-nine eminent writers, and Beecher's life as sketched by himself shortly before his death. Beecher was converted to imediate abolitionism of slavery. 2 ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE TRADE postal s issued on the bicentennial of the abolition of the slave trade in 1807depicting Hannah More, Ignatius Sancho, William Wilberforce, Olaudah Equiano, Granville Sharp and Thomas Clarkson. 25,00 3 ACCORD, Clark & Nina JURNA. Met eigen ogen. Een hedendaagsekijk op de Surinaamse slavernij. Amsterdam, KIT, Wrappers. 112 pp. 15,00 4 ADAMS, Nehemiah. A south-side view of slavery; or, three months at the South, in rd edition. Boston, T.R. Marvin, Sm.8vo. Original embossed cloth (extremities spine sl. dam.; spine sl. discoloured). 222,(4) pp. 125,00 First published in Boston in After personal observations in Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia, the author concluded that the abolitionists had exaggerated conditions in the South. Although he disapproved of slavery,
3 he found the slaves well treated and contented (Clark III, 441). Sabin 341; Work p.283 (other ed.). 5 ALEXANDER, James Edward. Transatlantic sketches, comprising visits to the most interesting scenes in North and South America, and the West Indies. With notes on negro slavery and Canadian emigration. London, Richard Bentley, volumes. Contemporary half calf, with green and red morocco labels on spines. With two etched frontispieces, etched map and 8 etched plates by W. Heath. XXIII,384; XIII,320 pp. 975,00 First edition. - 'The author, a well-to-do unattached military officer, went to the new world in He visited the Guiana coast, the West India islands (Barbados, Tobago, Trinidad, Grenada, St. Vincent, Jamaica, Cuba), the Mississippi valley and that of the St. Lawrence and the eastern part of the United States. His account.. consists of brief descriptions and keen observations on local life and society... The author opposes sudden emancipation and holds that the planters had not been given fair hearings. Supports them as against the abolitionists in a temperate, reasonable manner, an entire chapter being devoted to their defence' (Ragatz p.215).. - (Names cut from printed title-pages). Sabin 735; Hough, The Beinecke Lesser Antilles Collection, 801; Clark III,3. 6 ALLARD, Paul. Esclaves, serfs et mainmortables. Nouvelle édition revue et augmentée. Bruxelles, Alfred Vromant & Cie, Paris, Sanard & Derangeon, Original half cloth (spine dam.). 296 pp. - (Stamp on title-page). 30,00 7 ALLEN, James Lane. The blue-grass region of Kentucky and other Kentucky articles. New York, Macmillan Comp., ,00 Original decorated cloth, top edge gilt. With 16 plates. 301 pp. - Including a chapter: Uncle Tom at home.
4 8 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY Saint Lucia Pictorial leaf with 4 postal stamps. 25,00 9 ANSTEY, Roger. The Atlantic slave trade and British abolition (London, Macmillan Press, 1975). Cloth, with dust-jacket. With maps and plates. XXIV,456 pp. (Some light pencil underling). 40,00 10 BALAI, Leo. Amsterdamse slavenhandel. Betrokkenheid van de Amsterdamse regenten bij de transatlantische slavenhandel. Zutphen, Walburg Pers, Wrappers. With many coloured illustrations. 192 pp. 30,00 11 BALAI, Leo. Het slavenschip Leusden. Slavenschepen en de West Indische Compagnie, Zutphen, Walburg Pers, Wrappers. With illustrations. 368 pp. 35,00 12 BARBOT, Jean. Barbot on Guinea. The writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa Edited by P.R.H. Hair, A. Jones and R. Law. General editor
5 P.E.H. Hair. London, volumes. Cloth, with dust-jacket. With map and 57 plates. CXXV,VII,916 pp. Hakluyt Society Jean Barbot served as a commercial agent on French slave-trading voyages to West Africa in and ,00 13 BARNES, Hugh. Gannibal. The Moor of Petersburg. London, Profile Books, Wrappers. With plates. XVIII,300 pp. 20,00 Gannibal ( ) was an African, kipnaped and brought to Russia were he became a major-general and nobleman of the Russian empire. He is the great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin 14 BECKLES, H. & V. SHEPHERD. (Ed.). Caribbean slave society and economy. A student reader. Kingston, Wrappers. X,480 pp. 20,00 15 BELGRAVE, V. Ti Marie. (Oxford, 1988). Wrappers. VIII,278 pp. 15,00 'A compelling tale of passion and adventure: a Caribbean Gone with the wind'.
6 16 BENEZET, Anthony. Some historical account of Guinea, its situation, produce, and the general disposition of its inhabitants. With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade, its nature, and lamentable effects. New edition. London, J. Phillips, Original boards (sl rubbed). With woodcut title vignette. XV,131,(1) pp. 1100,00 First published in Philadelphia in Contains an inquiry into the rise and progress of the West-African slave trade, 1442 to 1771, including a general account of Guinea, the Ivory-, Gold- and Slave-Coast, Benin, Kongo and Angola and chapters on the slave-trade by the Portuguese and English, and chapters on the treatment of the slaves in the North American colonies and in the West Indies. Benezet ( ), a French-born Quaker and Philadelphia resident, was one of the chief early anti-slave trade agitators in the New World, his views influenced those of English abolitionists William Wilberforce and Thomas Clarkson. An important, very early, American antislavery work. Cardinall 377; Sabin 4689, Ragatz p.479; Hogg 1734; Work p.257; Afro-Americana BENOIT, Pierre Jacques. Scènes de la vie américaine, description de la Guyane Hollandaise. Bruxelles, Bruylant- Christophe et Comp., (ca.1858). Folio. Original pictorial boards (spine half cloth). With 100 views and illustrations on 50 full-page lithographed plates, including the fine frontispiece, by Madou and Lauters after the author (margins browned as usual, not affecting the image). 96 pp. 2950,00 First published in Bruxelles in 1839 with the title: Voyage a Surinam. - Benoit was born in 1782 in Antwerp and died in Brussels in His stay in Surinam was a private enterprise, probably in Judging from the many journeys he made into the interior and the time he spent among the Indians and Bush negroes and in the town of Paramaribo, he must have stayed in Surinam for many months. He does not refrain from pointing out the many difficulties, dangers and privations he managed to overcome during that period. Benoit belonged to the opponents of the abolition of slavery. He cannot avoid picturing the harsh and cruel daily existence of the slaves and explaining why they run away, revolt against their masters and are filled with hatred towards the whites. When describing their dance-festivals, he says that the need to find an outlet for their misery accounts for the frenzy with which they throw themselves into it. He produced a large number of charming and meticulous drawings during his stay. This very attractive set of views of Surinam include fine scenes of native life, showing costumes, dwellings, ceremonies, festivals, recreations, interiors, utensils, etc. of the negro- and Indian population and the Dutch
7 planters. There are also several views of Paramaribo, plantation houses, a slave auction, and public buildings in Surinam. A remarkable collection of handsome lithographed views depicting plantation life in Surinam. Suriname-Catalogus UB Amsterdam 0579; See Introduction of the reprint edition by Silvia W. de Groot; Cf. Sabin 4737; Muller, America, BENOIT, Pierre Jacques. Voyage a Surinam. Description des possessions néerlandaises dans la Guyane. Bruxelles, De Wasme et Laurent, ,00 Folio. Contemporary half green morocco, spine gilt (chafed). With woodengraved illustration on title-page and 100 views and illustrations on 50 full-page lithographed plates, including the fine frontispiece, by Madou and Lauters after the author; several on chine applique. 76 pp. First edition; with armorial bookplate of Isaac Meulman. - Except some marginal foxing as usual, a fine large-paper copy. Sabin 4737; Muller, America, p.169; Suriname-Cat. UB Amsterdam 0580a; Chadenat I, 14: Un des plus beaux livres sur la Guyane hollandaise. 19 BERDJAJEW, Nicolai. Slavernij en vrijheid. (Vertaald door Guy Voets). Antwerpen, Pantheon, Amsterdam, L.J. Veen, Decorated cloth. 348 pp. - Dutch translation of: Slavery and freedom. 20, BERLIN, Ira. Many thousands gone. The first two centuries of slavery in North America. Cambridge, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Half cloth, with dust-jacket. X,497 pp. 35,00 21 BESTEBREURTJE, Gert Jan. De wereld in vogelvlucht. Reizen en reisboeken door de eeuwen heen. Amsterdam, De Bataafsche Leeuw, Pictorial boards. With ca. 100 illustrations (several in colours). 236 pp. - The world in a
8 bird's-eye view. Travelling and travel-books through the ages. Including chapters on slavery and the slave trade 25,00 22 BEVERSLUIS, Martien. Negerliederen. Vertaald, bewerkt en geschreven door Martien Beversluis. Hilversum, De Boekenvrienden 'Solidariteit', 1934.Original pictorial wrappers. With illustrations by Melle (Johannes Oldeboerrigter). 56 pp. - First edition. 35,00 23 BLACK, Jeremy. The slave trade. London, Social Affairs Unit, (2006). Boards, with dust-jacket. 160 pp. - Published to mark 200 years since Britain took the historic step of abolishing the slave trade. 20,00 24 BLACKBURN, Robin. The making of New World slavery. From the Baroque to the modern London, Verso, (1997). Boards, with dust-jacket. V,602 pp. - 'An incisive synthesis of developments in North America, the Caribbean and Latin America'. 35,00
9 25 BLAKE, William. FAMILLE D'ESCLAVES NÈGRES DE LOANGO. (Paris, 1798). Engraving by Tardieu l'ainé after William Blake. ca. 18,5 x 13,5 cm. From: J.G. Stedman. Voyage a Surinam. - Plate depicting a family of negroe slaves from Loango. 125,00 Kolfin, Van de slavenzweep, BOLINGBROKE, Henry. A voyage to the Demerary, containing a statistical account of the settlements there, and of those on the Essequebo, the Berbice, and other contiguous rivers of Guyana. London, Richard Phillips, ,00 Original boards, uncut. With folding map (foxed). 220 pp. First published in London in Valuable early history of the English colonies of Berbice, Demerara and Essequibo, later called British Guiana, which had been annexed from the Dutch in With descriptions of the Dutch planters and their manners ('Splender of Dutch households'), the slave trade, Van Hoorn Company, the Indians, natural history (i.a. coffee and sugar cultivation, including a visit to a former Dutch coffee plantation), Stabroek, Reynstein, New Amsterdam, Paramaribo, etc. The author was a deputy vendue master of Surinam and was a resident of Stabroek (Demarary) for seven years. - (Age-browned). Von Hünersdorff p.154; Cf. Sabin 6182; Afro-Americana 1336; Ragatz p BOLSTER, W. Jeffrey. Black Jacks. African American seaman in the age of sail. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, Half cloth, with dust-jacket. With plates. VIII,310 pp. - An epic tale of the rise and fall of black seafaring. 25,00
10 28 BOLT, Christine. The anti-slavery movement and reconstruction. A study in Anglo-American co-operation Oxford, University Press, Cloth, with dust-jacket. (10),197 pp. 25,00 29 BOOS, Carla. (Red.). De slavernij. Mensenhandel van de koloniale tijd tot nu. Research M. Gulmans, H. Praamsma, L. Vasquez. (Amsterdam), Balans, (2011). Wrappers. With many coloured illustrations. 229 pp. 25,00 30 BORRET, Arnold. Suriname. Gezichten, typen en costumen. Naar de natuur geteekend door Arnold Borret ( ). (Uitgegeven door) R. Hoefte en Cl. Medendorp. Leiden, KITLV, blong 8vo. Boards. With 152 plates and illustrations (several in colours) by Arnold Borret. 180 pp. 40,00 31 BOSMAN, Willem. Naauwkeurige beschryving van de Guinese Goud- Tanden Slavekust, nevens alle desselfs landen, koningryken, en gemene besten; van de zeeden der inwoonders, hun godsdienst, regeering, regtspleeging, oorlogen, trouwen, begraven, enz. Mitsgaders de gesteldheid des lands; veld- en boomgewassen, alderhande dieren, zo wilde als tamme, viervoetige en kruipende, als ook't pluimgedierte, vissen en andere zeldzaamheden meer, tot nog toe de Europeërs onbekend. Utrecht, Anthony Schouten, volumes in 1. 4to. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum (1 hinge skilfully repaired), with red morocco title-label. With engraved portrait, engraved title-page and 16 engraved plates (13 folding). (24),207; 280,(28) pp ,00 First Dutch edition. - Willem Bosman (1672 -?), employee of the Dutch West India
11 Company (WIC) and chief Dutch factor at the castle of Elmina, wrote the first authoritative and detailed account of the West Coast of Africa, during a 14 years' residence there. It is the chief source for the knowledge of the Dutch slave-trade during the second half of the 17th century. It also gives an interesting picture of international rivalry, current trade, and the wretched depraved existence of the European factors stationed permanently on the coast. The book is written in the form of letters to a friend. The last two letters are written by other authors. The first is written by David van Nyendael containing a description of Rio Formosa, or Benin. The second is written by Jan Snoek giving a description of the Tooth and Grain Coast. The fine plates depict the trade-settlements on the West African coast. - A very fine copy. Tiele 173; Cat. NHSM I, p. 204; Paulitschke 894: 'Sehr wichtiges Reisewerk'; Gay BOUSHOUANAS, HOMMES ET FEMMES. - VILLAGE DES BOUSHOUANAS. (No pl., ca. 1800). 2 engravings of African natives after Tardieu l'ainé by Perdoux. Each ca. 14 x 21 cm. 45,00 33 BOUWHUIJSEN, H. van der, R. de BRUIN, G. HOREWEG. Opstand in Tempati, Utrecht,1988. Wrappers. With map. 127 pp. - (BSA). 18,00 34 BRAZIL. DE UYTWYKELINGEN NAER BREZILIEN. Rousselaere, David Vanhee, Sm.8vo. Contemporary half calf. With woodcut on title-page. 108 pp. 150,00 Emigration to Brazil and slavery. - Pieter-Jacobus Riman from Wurtemberg and his family went via Amsterdam to Brazil. On arrival in Brazil one of his children, Conrardus, was forced to slavery. The rest of the family started a plantation in Jequitinhonha, a municipality located in the northeast of the state of Minas Gerais.
12 After some time the son was released and the estate prospered. - Very rare. 35 BRENT, Linda. In slavernij. Uit het Amerikaans vertaald door Ank van Wijngaaren. Met een inleding van Philomena Essed. Amsterdam, Sara, Wrappers. 295 pp. - Dutch translation of: Incidents in the life of a slave girl. Written by herself. Boston ,00 36 BROECKE, Pieter van den. Reizen naar West-Afrika van Pieter van den Broecke Uitgegeven door K. Ratelband. 's Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, Cloth. With portrait, 5 maps and 6 plates. CVI,124 pp. Linschoten-Vereeniging LII. - Describes a period when the WIC was still non-existent, the Dutch captured forts on the Guinea coast even before that Company was erected. 45,00 37 BURROWS, E.H. Captain Owen of the African Survey. The hydrographic surveys of admiral W.F.W. Owen on the coast of Africa and the Great Lakes of Canada. His fight against the African slave trade. His life in Campobello Land, New Brunswick Rotterdam, A.A. Balkema, Cloth, with dust-jacket. With illustrations. VIII,248 pp. 30,00
13 38 BUSCHKENS, W.F.L. The family system of the Paramaribo Creoles. 's Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, Wrappers. XV,324 pp. - (VKI). 35,00 39 CAERDEN, Paulus van. De derde reis van de VOC naar Oost-Indië onder het beleid van admiraal Paulus van Caerden, uitgezeild in Uitgegeven door A. de Booy. Met inleiding, 2 journalen en bijlagen. 's Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, volumes. Cloth. With plates. 213; XVI,274 pp. 65,00 Linschoten-Vereeniging LXX-LXX.I. - Account of the third voyage of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). With descriptions of the Dutch colony at Delagoa Bay (Mozambique), Goa (slave trade), India, Indonesia and South Africa. 40 CAIRNES, J(ohn) E(lliot). The slave power: its character, career, and probable designs: being an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest. 2nd edition. New York, Carleton, Original embossed cloth (spine discoloured and extremities sl. dam.). 171 pp. 175,00 First edition published the same year in New York. - Thorough analysis of socio-economic backgrounds of slavery in North America. 'The slave society concept was adumbrated in the late nineteenth century, particularly in The slave power (1862) written by John E. Cairnes, and became common currency among popularization of the Marxist slave mode of production' (Macmillan, Encyclopedia of world slavery, p.826). 'Confederates probably intend to revive the African slave trade, which continued until 1860' (Hogg p.233). - (Libr. stamp on title-page). Sabin 9856; Work p.365; Hogg CAMPBELL, George. White and black. The outcome of a visit to the United States. New York, R. Wortington, Original cloth (extremities of spine dam.), top edge gilt. XVII,420 pp. 95,00 Mainly dealing with the blacks in the Southern States. - Work p.370.
14 42 CANOT, Theodore. Avonturen van een Afrikaanschen slavenhaler. Zijnde een waar verslag van het leven van Kapitein Theodore Canot, handelaar in goud, ivoor en slaven op de kust van Guinea. Zijn eigen verhaal, zooals hij dit in 1854 aan Brantz Mayer gedaan heeft, nu met een inleiding uitgegeven door Malcolm Cowley. Vertaling van J.L.J.F. Ezerman. 's Gravenhage, J. Philip Kruseman, (1929). Cloth. With plates after Miguel Covarrubias. 288 pp. 30,00 43 CANOT, Theodore. Confessions d'un négrier. Les aventures du Capitaine Poudre-à-Canon, trafiquant en or et en esclaves ( ). Texte français établi par M. Nouguier. Préface de M. Le Bris. Introduction de M. Cowley. (Paris, Payot & Phébus, 1993). Wrappers. 262 pp. 20,00 44 CAPITEYN, André. Een Vlaming ontdekte Afrika. Pieter Fardé ( ), feiten, fraude, fictie. (Leuven, Kritak, 1986). Wrappers. With illustrations. 200 pp. 18,00
15 45 CHASE, Ezra B. Teachings of patriots and statesmen; or, the 'founders of the Republic' on slavery. Philadelphia, J.W. Bradley, Modern cloth. With steel-engraved portrait of George Washington. 495 pp. 125,00 Memorial of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society to Congress on the slave trade, 1790; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798, drawn by Madison and Jefferson; Slavery in the district of Columbia in 1831, 1835 and 1836; Agitation of slavery in the House of Representatives in 1839; etc. - Sabin 12174; Work p CHEEVER, George B. Rights of the coloured race to citizenship and representation; and the guilt and consequences of legislation against them. A discourse delivered in the Hall of Representatives of the United States, in Washington, D.C., May 29, New York, Francis & Loutrel, pp. - Sabin ,00 47 CHURCHMAN, John. An account of the gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, late of Nottingham, in Pennsylvania, deceased. To which is added, a short memorial of the life of.. Joseph White, late of Bucks County. London, James Phillips, Contemporary calf (foot of spine sl. dam.). VII,351,(1) pp. Popular work, first issued in 1779, many times reprinted. Including Churchman's ( ) visits to England, Ireland and Holland, from the year 1750 to 1754 and his travels along the colonies of Pennsylavnia, Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia and New York. Also dealing with the Indians and slaves in the U.S. 225,00 Sabin CLAY, Henry. Speech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on taking up his compromise resolutions on the subject of slavery. Delivered in Senate, Febr. 5th & 6th, New York, Stringer & Townsend, pp. 65,00 Congress ultimately approved Clay's bill, which became known as the Compromise of Despite widespread acceptance of the compromise, it soon became obvious that it offered only a temporary solution to the problem, as its vague language left much open to debate (Rodriguez, Encycl. of world slavery, p.159). - Sabin (note); Work p.330.
16 49 CLIFTON, James M. Life and labor on Argyle Island. Letters and documents of a Savannah River rice plantation, Edited with an introduction. Savannah, The Beehive Press, (1978). Cloth, with dust-jacket. XLVI,365 p. - From 1833 until after the Civil War, Charles Manigault and his son Louis of Charleston operated rice plantations called 'Gowrie' and 'East Hermitage' on Argyle Island. 45,00 50 COLLISTER, Peter. The Sulivans and the slave trade. London, Rex Collings, Boards, with dust-jacket. With plates. 197 pp. 25,00 51 CONDORCET, M.J.A.N.C. Beschouwingen over de negerslavernij. Vertaling M. Fennema, G. Karsten-van der Giessen. Inleiding M. Fennema. Weesp, Heureka, (1996). Wrappers. 83 pp. 18,00 52 CONNEAU, Theophilus. A slaver's logbook or 20 years' residence in Africa. (With) Introduction by Mabel M. Smythe. New York, Avon Books, (1977). Wrappers. XIX,443 pp. - A slaver's log book from 1853 after the original manuscript. 18,00
17 53 CONNEAU, Theophilus. Logboek van een slavenhaler. (Vertaling Walter Penn). (Amsterdam, Amsterdam Boek, 1978). Wrappers. 392 pp. - A slaver's log book from ,00 54 COOL, Simon. Slavernij of de knecht heer over zijn meester. Oorspronkelijk tooneelspel in vijf bedrijven. Amsterdam, Erven H. van Munster & Zoon, Modern wrappers, original printed boards preserved. (8),96 pp. 60,00 First edition. - Simon Cool ( ) was member of the town-council of Amsterdam and member of parliament for the liberals. This play on slavery won the prize of the municipal theatre of Amsterdam on the occasion of the opening of this theatre in NNBW VIII, COOPER, William J. Liberty and slavery. Southern politics to New York, Alfred A. Knopf, (1983). Cloth, with dust-jacket. With illustrations. VII,309 pp. 25,00 56 CRUICKSHANK, Brodie. Achttien jaren aan de Goudkust. Uit het Engelsch vertaald en met eene inleiding vermeerderd door D.P.H.J. Weijtingh. Amsterdam, Weijtingh & Van der Haart, volumes in 1. Later half leather. With large folding lithographed view of Elmina by W. Bartels. XVI,251; XIV,208 pp. 450,00 First Dutch edition. - Account of an 18 years stay on the Gold Coast of Africa, giving ample information on the Europeans and the native tribes. This Dutch edition, a translation
18 of the English edition of 1853, has an introduction by D.P.H.J. Weijtingh, dealing with the history of the Dutch possessions on the coast. Cat. NHSM I, p.205; Gay 2865 (English ed.); Hess & Coger 6372 (English ed.); Cardinall 518 (English ed.); not in Tiele. Whydah. 57 THE DAHOMEY BLOCKADE - SKETCHES AT WHYDAY. London, woodengravings on one leaf. Ca. 24 x 30 cm. 95,00 From: The Graphic. An illustrated weekly Newspaper. - Depicting a fine large view of the procession of Dahomey chiefs with their slaves and native bands and two smaller views: Atin lihun, the 'big tree of Whydah and A hotel in 58 DAVIS, David Brion. Inhuman bondage. The rise and fall of slavery in the New World. Oxford, Oxford University Press, Half cloth, with dust-jacket. With plates. XVI,440 pp. - 'The essential work on New World slavery'. 30,00 59 DAVIS, David Brion. The problem of slavery in the age of revolution With a new preface. New York, Oxford University Press, Wrappers. 576 pp. 30,00 This book 'reflect some of the most distinguished and influential thinking on the subject to appear in the past generation' 60 DAVIS, David Brion. The problem of slavery in western culture. (Harmondsworth, Pinguin Books, 1970). Wrappers. 542 pp. - (Sl. waterstained). 15,00
19 61 DIEKMAN, Miep. Mens te koop. Den Haag, Leopold, (1977). Wrappers. With illustrations by Dick de Wilde. 72 pp. - Slavery on Curaçao in ,00 62 DIXCOVE. - VÜE DU FORT DE DICKSCOVE, TIRÉE DE SMITH. Zuid-gezigt van't Engelsse Fort te Dixkove, getrokken uit Smith. ('s Gravenhage, 1748). Engraving by J. van Schley. Ca. 18,5 x 28 cm. 65,00 From: Historische beschrijving der reizen. - Fort Dixcove in Ghana: 'No other European station resisted as many sieges as the English fort at Dixcove. Its architectural transformations are remarkable, and exceptionally wel documented, while a thorough restoration, undertaken in 1954, has given opportunity to examine almost every portion of the structure' (Lawrence, Trade castles & forts of West Africa, p.292). 63 DOW, George Francis. Slave ships and slaving. With an introduction by Ernest H. Pentecost. Cambridge, Cornell Maritime Press, Cloth, with dust-jacket (sl. stained). With plates. XXXV,386 pp. 30,00 64 DOWD, Jerome. The negro races. A sociological study. Volume I. New York, MacMillan Company, Cloth. XXIII,493 pp. 45,00 The Negritos, comprising the Pygmies, Bushmen and Hottentots of Central and South Africa; The Nigritians, comprising the Jolofs, Mandingos, Hauses, Ashantis, Dahomans, etc. of the Sudan; and the Tibbus of the Sahara Desert; The Fellatahs of Central Sudan. Work p.41.
20 65 DRAGTENSTEIN, Fr. 'Trouw aan de blanken'. Quassie van Nieuw Timotibo, twist en strijd in de 18e eeuw in Suriname. Amsterdam, KIT, Wrappers. With illustrations. 112 pp. 15,00 66 DYKE, Henry J. van. The character and influence of abolitionism. A sermon preached in the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, on sabbath evening, dec. 9th, New York, George F. Nesbitt, Original printed wrappers (dam.). 31 pp. 45,00 67 EEKHOUT, Jan. H. De neger zingt. Amerikaansche negerlyriek. Vertaald en ingeleid. 3e druk. Amsterdam, Holland, (ca. 1937). Pictorial boards (spine dam.). 67 pp. - Afro-American lyrics. 18,00 68 ELET, Jacobus. Naar de koning van Dahomey. Het journaal van de gezantschapsreis van Jacobus Elet naar het West-Afrikaanse koningrijk Dahomey in Ingeleid door Henk den Heijer. Zutphen, Walburg Pers, Cloth. With 17 illustrations. 208 pp. 30,00 Linschoten-Vereeniging XCIX. - In 1732, Agaja, king of Dahomey, captured the Dutch Company factory Jaquin after a conflict with the merchant Hendrik Hertogh. After one year the oppercommies Jacobus Elet was sent to re-establish the contacts, but he was not succesfull.
21 69 ELTIS, David & David RICHARDSON. (Ed.). Routes to slavery. Direction, ethnicity and mortality in the Transatlantic slave trade. London, Frank Cass, (1997). Wrappers. 151 pp. 40,00 70 EMMER, P., H. den Heijer, L. SICKING. (Red.). Atlantisch avontuur. De Lage Landen, Frankrijk en de expansie naar het Westen, Zutphen, Waanders, Boards. With many coloured illustrations. 255 pp. 40,00 71 EMMER, P.C. Engeland, Nederland, Afrika en de slavenhandel in de 19de eeuw. Dl.II: De afschaffing van de slavenhandel; de reactie op de Goudkust en de werkzaamheid van de Engels-Nederlandse gerechtshoven ter wering van de slavenhandel. 's Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, Cloth. (100) pp. - (In: Economisch- en Sociaal-Historisch Jaarboek). 30,00 72 EMMER, P.C. De Nederlandse slavenhandel Amsterdam, De Arbeiderspers, (2000). Cloth, with dust-jacket. With 16 plates. 259 pp. 35,00 73 ENDURAN, L(odoïx). De slavenhandel of twee zeelieden in Senegal. Gent, H. vander Schelden, Sm.8vo. Original decorated wrappers. 126 pp. 95,00 Dutch edition of: La traite des nègres, ou, deux marins au Sénégal. Lile, Lefort, Scarce.
22 Hess & Coger, 7342; Joucla p EQUIANO, Olaudah. Equiano's reizen. De autobiografie van een negerslaaf. (Uitgegeven door) Paul Edwards. Haarlem, Fibula-Van Dishoeck, (1977). Wrappers. With illustrations. 114 pp. 15,00 75 EVERETT, Susanne. Slavernij door de eeuwen heen. (Zutphen, Walburg Pers, 1993). 4to. Wrappers. With numerous illustrations. 253,(3) pp. 18,00 76 FENNEKOL, W(illem) F(rederik). Proeve over de kust van Guinea; houdende eene poging tot onderzoek, hoe, en in hoeverre, dat land tot eene ware volkplanting zou kunnen gevormd worden. (Met Voorberigt van J. Immerzeel). 's Gravenhage, J. Immerzeel, ,00 Original boards. 154 pp. Firts edition. - Plan for founding a settlement on the Dutch part of Guinea (Ghana), West Africa, to make the colony profitable again after the abolition of the slave trade; and investigation in the possibility of establishing new settlements. Fennekol was born in Guinea in Ghana was sold by the Dutch to the English in 1872.
23 Tiele 355; Cat. NHSM I, p.205; Cardinall FEY, Toon. Marrons van Suriname. Amsterdam, KIT, to. Wrappers. With many coloured photographic illustrations. 112 pp. 25,00 78 FICK, Carolyn E. The making of Haiti. The Saint Domingue revolution from below. Knoxville, The University of Tennessee Press, (1990). Wrappers. XV,355 pp. - The only successfull slave rebellion in history in ,00 79 FIELDHOUSE, D.K. The Colonial Empires. A comparative survey from the eighteenth century. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, Cloth. With maps and 62 illustrations on plates. XIV,450 pp. 45,00 80 FORBES, Frederick E. Dahomey and the Dahomans: being the journals of two missions to the king of Dahomey, and residence at his capital, in the years 1849 and London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, volumes. Sm.8vo. Later boards. With 3 wood-engravings and 10 lithographed plates (2 tinted and 8 coloured; waterstained). XII,244; V,248 pp. 625,00 First edition. - Frederick Forbes, a naval lieutenant, volunteered to take part in the
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