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Memoirs of the late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool

comprising a narrative of his life together with descriptive sketches of the western coast of Africa particularly of Bonny : the manners and customs of the inhabitants, the production of the soil, and the trade of the country : to which are added anecdotes and observations illustrative of the Negrocharacter.

by Hugh Crow

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Published by Cass in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsim. reprint, originally pub. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1830.

The Physical Object
PaginationD8.xl,316. Ill. n.i.of 1830e.
Number of Pages1830
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21673237M
ISBN 100714618012

[3] Hugh Thomas, The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade: , p. (hereafter “Slave Trade”); Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool, Comprising a Narrative of his Life Together with Descriptive Sketches of the Western Coast of Africa, Particularly of Bonny, Introduction, pp. xvii-xviii, xix and A similar argument was used over forty years later by Hugh Crow, a former Liverpool slave ship captain, in his autobiography. Hugh Crow, Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool (London: Frank Cass, []), pp.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool (Cass Library of African Studies. Travels and Nar; Frommers Maui Day by Day (Frommers Day by Day - Pocket). Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool Captain Hugh Crow First published in this is a narrative of Captain Crow's life, "together with descriptive sketches of the West Coast of Africa, particularly of Bonny; the manners and trade of the country, to which are added anecdotes and observations of the indigenous peoples".Author: Alexander Falconbridge. Full-text Online Memoirs or Autobiographies. Memoirs, of the late Captain Hugh Crow, of Liverpool: journals, including selected local history journals. The database also includes citations to dissertations and book reviews in American and Canadian history. Historical Abstracts.

Crow, Hugh. Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool, Comprising a Narra-tive of his Life Together with Descriptive Sketches of the Western Coast of Africa, Particularly of Bonny, the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, the Production of the Soil and the Trade of the Country to Which are Added Anecdotes and Observa-Cited by: Feb 12,  · 41 Memoirs of the late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool: comprising a narrative of his life together with descriptive sketches of the western coast of Africa, particularly of Bonny; the manners and customs of the inhabitants, the productions of the soil, and the trade of the country, By Hugh Crow. Aug 17,  · Collection Book Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist (New York Review Books (Paperback)) MonicaCraig. [Popular] Memoirs of the Late Captain Hugh Crow of Liverpool Paperback Free. Margarthns. Trending Tanhaji. Ajay & Kajol Spotted During The Promotion Of Tanhaji The Unsung Warrior. Bollywood Munch.


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