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Virginia Colony to George III of England, April 1, 1772, Petition Against Importation of Slaves from Africa

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Petition Against Importation of Slaves from Africa

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correspondence virginia colony virginia colony george george iii england petition importation slaves africa 1772 the thomas jefferson papers at the library of congress series 1 general correspondence 1651 1827 thomas jefferson papers 1606 1827 american memory high resolution manuscripts
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An act to prevent the importation of slaves, by any of His Majesty's subjects, into any islands, colonies, plantations, or territories belonging to any foreign sovereign, state, or power; and also to render more effectual a certain order, made by His Majesty in council on the fifteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and five, for prohibiting the importation of slaves (except in certain cases), into any of the settlements, islands, colonies, or plantations on the continent of America, or in the West Indies, which have been surrendered to His Majesty's arms during the present war; and to prevent the fitting out of foreign slave ships from British ports

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correspondence virginia colony virginia colony george george iii england petition importation slaves africa 1772 the thomas jefferson papers at the library of congress series 1 general correspondence 1651 1827 thomas jefferson papers 1606 1827 american memory high resolution manuscripts