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An essay on colonization, particularly applied to the Western Coast of Africa, with some free thoughts on cultivation and commerce; Also brief descriptions of the colonies already formed, or attempted, in Africa, including those of Sierra Leona and Bulama. By C.B. Wadstrom. In two parts. Illustrated with a nautical map (from lat. 5ʿ 30’ to lat. 14ʿ N) and other places.
London: Printed for the author, by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street. And sold by G. Nicol, No. 58, Pall-Mall; W. Faden, corner of St. Martin’s Lane, Strand; J. Stockdale, No. 191, Piccadilly; J. Edwards, No. 78, Pall-Mall; E. & J. Egerton, No. 32, Charing-Cross; J. Debrett, No. 179, Piccadilly; J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Palul’s Church-yard and C. Dilly, No. 22, Poultry, 1794.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Gulian Ludlow||8/16/1799||8/20/1799||Essay on Colonization|
|Colonel Melancton Smith||6/25/1801||6/27/1801||Essay on Colonization|
|George Turnbull||6/27/1801||7/6/1801||Essay on Colonization|
|Daniel Phoenix||5/31/1802||6/2/1802||Essay Colonization|
|Charles Smith||9/14/1802||9/29/1802||Essay on Colonizat.|
|Henrietta Marie Colden||2/10/1804||2/13/1804||Essays on Colonizat.|
|William Neilson||7/11/1804||7/11/1804||Essay on Colonization|
|Samuel Delaplaine||4/8/1805||4/22/1805||Wadstrom on Coloniz|