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Resource Date: 1783

Number: 39

Record Office: The Library of the Religious Society of Friends

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The first abolitionist committee set up by the Quakers had 35 members including a physician, chemist, tinplate worker, printer, conveyancer, linen-bleacher, weaver, woollen draper, maltser, cutler and surgeon.

You can see an early version of the design that eventually became the campaign logo.

1783 - Cover of minute book of the Meeting for Sufferings Committee

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With kind permission of 'The Library of the Religious Society of Friends

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