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Sources

 
Date
Title
  Unknown William Blyth Gerish Collection (articles about Thomas Clarkson & his role in abolition)
  Unknown 'T. Clarkson et Wilberforce' (French engraving)
  1783 First Petition to Parliament
  1783 The Case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed African
  1783 1783 - Cover of minute book of the Meeting for Sufferings Committee
  1783 Letter from Egboyoung Effeong (African ruler) outlining the goods he wants in trade
  1785 Letter to the Quakers from Gustavus Vasa (Olaudah Equiano) and others
  1785 An Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human species (1st edition copy)
  1787 Clarkson's Diary (Travels in the West Country 1787)
  1788 Handbill 1788 Exeter (declaring support for an abolition committee & funding)
  1788 Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species (Edition 1788)
  1789 Letter from Thomas Clarkson (introducing Gustavus Vasa)
  1790 Draft letter/article from Thomas Clarkson (countering claims that slavery is right)
  1790 An Abstract of the Evidence Delivered Before a Select Committee of the House of Commons
  1791 Handbill produced by James Wright of Haverhill regarding slave produced sugar
  1792 An address for the purpose of Considering the Propriety of Petitioning Parliament for abolition
  1797 The Sorrows of Yamba (poem by Hannah More)
  1798 Indenture and List of Negroes on Montpelier Estate
  1802 Alice the Negro (A eulogy for a slave)
  1807 Letter from Thomas Clarkson (expressing joy at the passing for the 1807 Law )
  1820 Letter from Thomas Clarkson (about visitors from Haiti)
  1820 Artifact: silk handbag, from the 1820s made to support the anti-slavery movement
  1821 List of illicit Slave Vessels
  1824 The negro boys tale: a poem addressed to children, first published in 1802.
  1825 Speech delivered by Thomas Clarkson (on ending slavery in the British Empire)
  1825 East Indian Sugar advert from the Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery Society
  1826 Cottage conversation - What does your sugar cost
  1829 Advert for sugar basins promoting East India sugar
  1832 Printed handbill to Electors of East Suffolk 1832
  1832 Poster to the Electors of Cambridgshire
  1833 Letter to Thomas Clarkson (congratulating him on the passing of the 1833 act)
  1833 Thomas Clarkson Essay - with additions and picture
  1839 Resolution of the Court of Common Council (to give Clarkson freedom of the City of London)
  1839 Letter from Thomas Clarkson (refers to the struggle with Wilberforce's sons)
  1840 Draft of a speech given by Clarkson in Ipswich
  1841 Letter from Catherine Clarkson (to William Wilson, Canada)
  1842 Letter to Clarkson from Walter Dendy, Jamaica (Testimony of gratitude)
  1843 The Horrors of Negro Slavery (as illustrated in the Pictorial Times 17 June 1843)
  1844 Letter from Joseph Soul in America to Thomas Clarkson, 29 June 1844
  1844 Letter from Lewis Tappan Feb 1844 (regarding progress of the anti-slavery movement in America)
  1846 Letter to R.D. Alexander (announcing the death of Thomas Clarkson)
  1846 Drawing by William Dillwyn Sims (Clarkson aged 87)
  1846 Engraving of Thomas Clarkson
  1879 Photographs of the dedication of the Wade Mill Memorial to Thomas Clarkson
  1879 Cussan's History (Newpaper article on the Thomas Clarkson Memorial & Cussan's comments on this)
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