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Resource Date: 1826

Number: 45

Record Office: 'The Library of the Religious Society of Friends'

Record Office Location Number: Friends House, Euston Road, London

A pamphlet entitled: 'What Does Your Sugar Cost - A Cottage Conversation on the subject of British Negro Slavery'. This was produced by the Birmingham Society in 1828. They issued 5000 copies for use by those ladies who visit the poor, to recommend them to buy produce of free labour.

Cottage conversation - What does your sugar cost

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

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