William Hardin Burnley


Opinions on Slavery & Emancipation in 1823; referred to in a recent debate in the House of Commons, by Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq With additional observations, applicable to the Right Hon E. G. Stanley's plan for the extinction of slavery

1833 - James Ridgway [Publisher]

A strident pro-slavery tract in which Burnley argued, among other things, that 'free labour' was not cheaper or more desirable than slavery and that emancipation would lead to the West Indies becoming a more expensive system than one based on slavery.
Copy available from Google books.

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