Joanna, or, The Female slave: a West Indian tale. Founded on Stedman’s Narrative of an expedition against the revolted Negroes of SurinamLondon : Printed for Lupton Relfe, 13 Cornhill; Constable and C0., Edinburgh; and R. Milliken, Dublin. 1824.
Richard and Sally Price: “An abriged, stylistically altered version of no. I, without plates. Published as part of the ongoing debate about General Emancipation, which the anonymous complier, in his reface, argues is ‘nether practicable nor desirable”, instead advocating ‘the abolition of cruelty.”
(Narrative of a Five Years Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam. John Gabriel Stedman. Transcribed for the First Time from the Original 1790 Manuscript. Edited by Richard and Sally Price. The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London, 1988).
The Prices have located one copy in the Library of Congress and one in the British Library. Buku’s copy was purchased in 1999 from a antiquarian bookseller located in the United Kingdom.
Half leather binding wilt gilt spine. Very rare. xi, 176 p. ; 17 cm.