Zachary Macaulay

Zachary Macaulay Zachary Macaulay (; 2 May 1768 – 13 May 1838) was a Scottish statistician, one of the founders of London University and of the Society for the Suppression of Vice, an antislavery activist, and governor of Sierra Leone, the British colony for freed slaves. He worked endlessly to end the slave trade and to Christianize and improve the world. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1836
Chez Hachette

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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1815
Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, for J. Hatchard

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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1815
Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, for John Hatchard

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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1820
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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1823
Printed for L. Relfe

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by Macaulay, Zachary
Published 1824
Printed by Richard Taylor for the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions

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by MacQueen, James
Published 1825
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