Resource Date: 1840
Record Office: St John's College Library, Cambridge
Record Office Location Number: Folder 3 Doc 72
Draft of a speech given by Clarkson in Ipswich September 1840, prior to the development of a new anti-slavery society, to cooperate with the London Society to abolish slavery where ever it exists.
Notes: Speech outlining what it means to be a slave and the treatment of slaves. The document demonstrates Clarkson's passions and principles about slavery. It is a very accessible & personal speech, that could be used with students.