A Poem on the Inhumanity of the Slave Trade. London: Printed For G.G.J. And J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, MDCCLXXXVIII., 1788. (ESTC T96948)
- A POEM ON THE INHUMANITY OF THE SLAVE-TRADE. HUMBLY INSCRIBED TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE AND RIGHT REVEREND FREDERICK, EARL OF BRISTOL, BISHOP OF DERRY, &c. &c. BY ANN YEARSLEY.
- To the Right Hon. and Right Rev. FREDERICK, Earl of Bristol, Bishop of Derry, &c. &c.
- A POEM ON THE INHUMANITY OF THE SLAVE-TRADE.
LONDON PRINTED FOR G.G.J. AND J. ROBINSON, PATERNOSTER-ROW
MY LORD, BEING convinced that your Ideas of Justice and Humanity are not confined to one Race of Men, I have endeavoured to lead you to the Indian Coast. My Intention is not to cause that Anguish in your Bosom which powerless Compassion ever gives: yet, my Vanity is flattered, when I but fancy that Your Lordship feels as I do.
With the highest Reverence, I am, My Lord Your Lordship's much obliged, And obedient Servant, ANN YEARSLEY.