The Tourist

The Tourist

A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal, Under the Superintendence of the Agency of the Anti-Slavery Society

Website or Online Data - 1832-1833
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A 'useful knowledge' and literary miscellany that focuses upon the exposure of slavery abuses. It also contains poetry, essays on religion, housewife duties, biographies, origin of slave trade, travels, museums, ancient astronomy,
Publisher: [London, England] : Printed and published by J. Crisp, at no. 13, Wellington-street, Strand, where all advertisements and communications for the editor are to be addressed, [1832]-1833
Characteristics: v. : ill

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