“IN THE HISTORY OF ABOLITION, BENEZET… SHOULD HAVE A PLACE OF HONOR”
(SLAVERY) BENEZET, Anthony. Some Historical Account of Guinea… Also a Republication of the Sentiments of several Authors… Particularly an Extract of a Treatise written by Granville Sharp. Philadelphia: Printed 1771. London: Re-printed, 1772.
First English edition of Benezet's monumental work—"among the first accounts of the horror of the slave trade"—credited by fellow abolitionist Thomas Clarkson as "instrumental beyond any other book ever published in disseminating a proper knowledge and detestation of this trade," together in one volume as in the 1771 Philadelphia edition with Extract from Granville Sharp's "Representation of the Injustice… of Tolerating Slavery." $1850.