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William Wilberforce, Esq. abolitionist / lith. of Endicott & Swett ; painted by Russell R.A. Summary William Wilberforce, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left. Contributor Names Endicott & Swett. Created / Published c Subject Headings. Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. In two volumes. To which are prefixed, memoirs of his life. Private Papers of William Wilberforce by William Wilberforce. Call Number: Online - free - Hathitrust Also search by subject for specific people and events, then scan the titles for those keywords or others such as memoirs.
Get this from a library! The injustice of classing unitarians with deists and infidels.: a discourse written with reference to some reflections from the pens of Bishops Newton, Hurd, and Horsley, Doctors White, Knox, and Fuller, Mrs. Piozzi, and others: and delivered at Tiverton, July 5, , Before the Society of Unitarian Christians, established in the West of England, for Promoting. John Wesley read Equiano's narrative on his death bed—Equiano was a convert to Methodism in —and the last letter that John Wesley wrote was to William Wilberforce. Balam, Febru .
Early life and education. He was second son of abolitionist William Wilberforce, and active in the Oxford was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, taking a double first in Career. In , he was chosen fellow of Oriel and was ordained, among his friends and colleagues being Newman, Pusey and Robert is perhaps lesser known, all were prominent figures within the. The character, principles, and public services of the late William Wilberforce, including notices of his early life a discourse delivered in the church of his native parish of Holy Trinity, Hull, on Wednesday morning, August 7, / by: Scott, John, Published: ().
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A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq.: on the subject of his late publication. By Gilbert Wakefield, B.A. Late fellow of Jesus-College, Cambridge.
: A Letter To William Wilberforce: On The Subject Of His Late Publication () (): Wakefield, Gilbert: BooksAuthor: Gilbert Wakefield. Letter to William Wilberforce, esq. on the subject of his late publication. London, Printed for the author, by A. Hamilton, (OCoLC) Named Person: William Wilberforce: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Gilbert Wakefield.
A letter to William Wilberforce, esq. on the subject of his late publication. (London, Printed for the author, by A. Hamilton, ), by Gilbert Wakefield (page images at HathiTrust) A vindication of the religious opinions of the higher classes in this country: in a series of letters addressed to William Wilberforce, Esq., upon his practical.
A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the proposed abolition of the slave trade, at present under the consideration of Parliament. By William Smith, Esq. late representative for the city of Norwich () (Reprint) Smith, William, 34 Wakefield, Gilbert, A Letter to William Wilberforce, Esq, on the Subject of his late Publication (London, ).
35 Belsham, Thomas, A review of Mr Wilberforce’s Treatise entitled “A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious Systems of Professed Christians” etc.
in Letters to a Lady (London. The character, principles, and public services of the late William Wilberforce, including notices of his early life: a discourse delivered in the church of his native parish of Holy Trinity, Hull, on Wednesday morning, August 7, / by John Scott Scott, John, [ Book, Microform: ].
A letter to Sir John Scott, His Majesty's attorney-general, on the subject of a late trial in Guildhall by Gilbert Wakefield () Remarks on Mr. Wakefield's enquiry into the expediency and propriety of public or social worship by George Burges ().
This in was the judgement of Daniel Wilson, vicar of Islington and later bishop of Calcutta, looking back on the publication on 12 April of William Wilberforce’s Practical View of the.
The compiler of the volumes is uncertain. A note on the last page of the Duchess of Gordon's letter of Jsuggests that one of Wilberforce's sons put the volumes together. The cover of one of the volumes had a book plate of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford, the third son of William and one of his.
William Wilberforce, only son of Robert Wilberforce (–) and Elizabeth Bird (–), was born in Kingston upon Hull on 24th August His paternal grandfather, William Wilberforce (–), established the family fortunes through the Baltic trade and was twice mayor of Hull.
(1). William Wilberforce Unpublished autograph letter to R H Marten June WILBERFORCE,William. Autograph letter signed to R.
Highwood Hill, Middy 4th June Octavo, x cm, 4 pages in ink, leaf edges gilt, fold marks, excellent condition. £ A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P., vice president of the African Institution, &c.
&c.: containing remarks on the reports of the Sierra Leone Company, and the African Institution, with hints respecting the means by which an universal abolution of the slave trade might be carried into effect by Robert Thorpe (). A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq on the subject of his late publication.
By Gilbert Wakefield, B.A. by: Wakefield, Gilbert, Published: (). Letter to his excellency the prince of talleyrand perigord, on the subject of the slave trade: A letter to the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of Yorkshire: occasioned by the late election for that county: A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq.
M.P. pointing out some of the erroneous statements contained in a pamphlet by Joseph Marryat. William Wilberforce (24 August – 29 July ) was a British politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.A native of Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, he began his political career ineventually becoming an independent Member of Parliament (MP) for Yorkshire (–).
Inhe became an evangelical Christian, which resulted in major. Epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the rejection of the bill for abolishing the slave trade by: Barbauld, Mrs. Published: () A Third dialogue between Simeon and Levi about abolishing the penal laws and tests: with the sense of the metropolitan professors of.
A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade: Addressed to the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of Yorkshire, Volume 1 A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade: Addressed to the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of Yorkshire, William Wilberforce: Author: William Wilberforce: Edition: 3: Publisher: T.
Cadell and W. Davies, Original /5(2). William Wilberforce was an MP, a committed Christian and a vanguard in the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire. He campaigned all his life, despite opposition and ill health and championed reform in many areas of society/5(7).
Wakefield, G. () A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. On the subject of his late publication, London. Wakefield, G. ( a) A reply to some parts of the Bishop of Llandaff's address to the people of Great Britain, London.
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A letter on the abolition of the slave trade: addressed to the freeholders by William Wilberforce. Publication date Topics.Wakefield, Gilbert, Wakefield, Gilbert Gilbert Wakefield VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: The Speech of William Wilberforce, Esq., Representative for the County of York, on Wednesday the 13th of May,on the Question of the Abolition of the Slave Trade.
to Which Are Added, the Resolutions Then Moved, and a Short Sketch of the Speeches of. William Wilberforce.