Alexander Falconbridge

Dr Alexander Falconbridge (c. 1760–1791) was a British surgeon who took part in four voyages in slave ships between 1780 and 1787. In time he became an abolitionist and in 1788 published ''An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa''. In 1791 he was sent by the Anti-Slavery Society to Granville Town, Sierra Leone, a community of freed slaves, where he died a year later in 1792. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Falconbridge, Alexander
Published 1788
Printed and sold by James Phillips

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by Falconbridge, Alexander
Published 1788
Printed by J. Phillips

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by Falconbridge, Alexander
Published 1788
Printed by J. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard-Street

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by Falconbridge, Alexander
Published 1788
Printed by J. Phillips

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by Falconbridge, Alexander
Published 1788
printed and sold by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street