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This book re-examines the relationship between Britain and colonial slavery in a crucial period in the birth of modern Britain. Drawing on a comprehensive analysis of British slave-owners and mortgagees who received compensation from the state for the end of slavery, and tracing their trajectories in British life, the volume explores the commercial, political, cultural, social, intellectual, physical and imperial legacies of slave-ownership. It transcends conventional divisions in history-writing to provide an integrated account of one powerful way in which Empire came home to Victorian Britain, and to reassess narratives of West Indian 'decline'. It will be of value to scholars not only of British economic and social history, but also of the histories of the Atlantic world, of the Caribbean and of slavery, as well as to those concerned with the evolution of ideas of race and difference and with the relationship between past and present.

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'This is an important book which contributes significantly to modern British history. It, and the data which underpin it, have the potential not only to re-construct our national memory but also to inform related projects in countries such as France and the Netherlands, studies of re-investment in Britain’s ‘informal’ empire in the Americas, and demands from Caribbean states for reparations for the enduring suffering inflicted by the Atlantic slave trade.'

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Lowes, Susan, The Peculiar Class: The Formation, Collapse and Reformation of the Middle Class in Antigua, West Indies 1834–1940 (PhD, Columbia University, 1994).
Twist, Anthony, Widening Circles in Finance, Philanthropy and the Arts: A Study of the Life of John Julius Angerstein 1735–1823 (PhD, University of Amsterdam, 2002).
Young, Hannah, Gender, Power and Slave-ownership: The Case of Anna Eliza Elletson (MA, University College London, 2012).

Unpublished secondary material: other

Burnard, Trevor, ‘Credit, Kingston merchants and the Atlantic slave trade in the eighteenth century’, unpublished paper for British Group in Early American History, Rethinking Africa & the Atlantic World, Stirling, 3 September 2009.
Charlton, John, ‘Who was John Graham-Clarke 1736–1818?’, unpublished paper (2010).
Hoppit, Julian, ‘Smith versus Keynes: the mercantile system versus mercantilism’, public lecture at University College London, 19 November 2012.
Kaplan, Cora, ‘“I am black”: aesthetics, race and politics in women’s anti-slavery writing from Phyllis Wheatley to Elizabeth Barrett Browning’, unpublished paper (2011).
Rubinstein, William D., Who Were the Rich? Vol. II, unpublished data for 1840–59.
Rubinstein, William D., Who Were the Rich? Vol. III, unpublished data for 1860–74.

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