Author:James Ramsay

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James Ramsay

Anglican minister and abolitionist

James Ramsay


  • An Essay on Interest (1770)
  • Sea Sermons London, (1781)
  • Essay on the Treatment and Conversion of African Slaves in the British Sugar Colonies London, (1784)[1][2]
  • Enquiry into the Effects of putting a stop to the Slave Trade London, (1784)
  • Manual for African Slaves London, (1787)
  • Objections Answered: a Reply to Arguments in Defence of Slavery London, (1788)
  • An Examination of Mr. Harris's Scriptural Researches London, (1788)
  • Address on the Proposed Bill for the Abolition of Slavery London, (1788)
  • The Duty and Qualifications of a Sea Officer published anonymously
  • Treatise on Signals published anonymously

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