Author:James Stephen

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Sir James Stephen
colonial under-secretary
Sir James Stephen


  • The crisis of the sugar colonies (1802) (external scan)
  • Buonaparte in the West Indies or, The history of Toussaint Louverture, the African hero (1803) (external scan)
"new edition"
  • The opportunity; or, Reasons for an immediate alliance with St. Domingo (1804) (external scan)
  • War in disguise, or, The frauds of the neutral flags (1805) (external scan)
  • Observations on the Speech of the Hon. John Randolph, Representative for the State of Virginia (1806) (external scan)
  • The dangers of the country (1807) (external scan)
  • Reasons for establishing a registry of slaves in the British colonies (1815) (external scan)
  • The Slavery of the British West India Colonies Delineated (1824), in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • England Enslaved by Her Own Slave Colonies (1826) (external scan)
  • Adventures of an Attorney in Search of Practice (1839) (attributed) (external scan)
  • Critical and Miscellaneous Essays (1843) (external scan)
  • Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography (1849), in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
5th edit, in 1 vol. (1867) (with life, by his son, J. F. Stephen)
  • Lectures on the History of France (1852), (external scan)
  • New commentaries on the laws of England

Works about Stephen[edit]

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