The Slaveholder Abroad or Billy Buck's Visit, with His Master, to England A Series of Letters from Dr. Pleasant Jones to Major Joseph Jones of Georgia

By: Starnes, Ebenezer

Price: $185.00

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Chipping with minor loss at crown. , else G-VG in original stamped cloth with gilt title. Square and securely bound with no parting or tears. Interior clean and sound. ; 8 B&W Plates; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 512 pages; Lengthy satire on the so-called "wage-slave system" found in the North and abroad. An Appendix comprises the final 47 pages, consisting of Reports to Gov. Herschel V. Johnson, affidavits, legislative and constitutional acts, portions of Thomas R. R. Cobb's Inquiry into the Law of Slavery, etc. Scarce Southern defense of slavery written with humor, and often mistakenly attributed to William Tappan Thompson. DeRenne (II 614) has the correct author, noting that Starnes was a Judge on the Georgia Supreme Court during the 1850's. Solid copy of uncommon Georgia and African-American related work.

Title: The Slaveholder Abroad or Billy Buck's Visit, with His Master, to England A Series of Letters from Dr. Pleasant Jones to Major Joseph Jones of Georgia

Author Name: Starnes, Ebenezer

Categories: Georgia,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Philadelphia, Lippincott: 1860

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: 8558

Keywords: African - American Fiction Novel