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Ten views in the island of Antigua, in which are represented the process of sugar making, and the employment of the Negroes, in the field, boiling-house and distillery

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Date: 1823

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FIRST EDITION. Oblong folio. 10 unsigned hand coloured aquatints on Whatman paper. Each plate with accompanying text. Later half calf, marbled sides, red cross-grain morocco title label to upper board, flat spine banded in gilt. A rare work on Antigua, beautifully illustrated. Clark spent 3 years in the West Indies on the estates of Admiral Tallemach. While there he made drawings of the process of sugar making, showing workers on a number of estates, "in the field, boiling-house and distillery".

Publisher: London. Published by Thomas Clay, Ludgate-Hill

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English

Pages: 23

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Hamilton College

ISBN-10: N/A

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