The Resource Holograph and reproduced drawn portrait | Granville Sharp was one of the first English campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade, and he was also very involved in trying to correct other social injustices of the time. He was also a Greek and Hebrew scholar, a biblical scholar and a talented musician. The publisher of his portrait in the 'European Magazine', James Asperne, was a London bookseller, active 1802-1822

Holograph and reproduced drawn portrait | Granville Sharp was one of the first English campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade, and he was also very involved in trying to correct other social injustices of the time. He was also a Greek and Hebrew scholar, a biblical scholar and a talented musician. The publisher of his portrait in the 'European Magazine', James Asperne, was a London bookseller, active 1802-1822

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Holograph and reproduced drawn portrait | Granville Sharp was one of the first English campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade, and he was also very involved in trying to correct other social injustices of the time. He was also a Greek and Hebrew scholar, a biblical scholar and a talented musician. The publisher of his portrait in the 'European Magazine', James Asperne, was a London bookseller, active 1802-1822
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Holograph and reproduced drawn portrait | Granville Sharp was one of the first English campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade, and he was also very involved in trying to correct other social injustices of the time. He was also a Greek and Hebrew scholar, a biblical scholar and a talented musician. The publisher of his portrait in the 'European Magazine', James Asperne, was a London bookseller, active 1802-1822
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  • Granville Sharp was one of the first English campaigners for the abolition of the slave trade, and he was also very involved in trying to correct other social injustices of the time. He was also a Greek and Hebrew scholar, a biblical scholar and a talented musician. The publisher of his portrait in the 'European Magazine', James Asperne, was a London bookseller, active 1802-1822
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  • [Grangerized letter, with references to: " I received your very kind letter ... and am very sorry to hear that you have suffered so much inconvenience by the Snow. A good deal of snow has fallen here, but not so much but that the Streets are still very passable both for Carriages & foot Passengers. ... This morning I borrowed at the Hudson's Bay House a pair of Snow Shoes as a pattern to have others made by ... The little parcel I mentioned in my last , was carried by my Brother Tom in the Fly on Saturday last; and I understand from Sister Prouse that he mentioned his having left it as directed. Your Pocket Book was sent on Wednesday last with the same direction ... My Brothers & Sisters join with me in duty & love as due"] to Dear Sir / Your affectionate nephew Granville Sharp (2 pgs., mounted in Reed Album A, no. 37, with biographical notes by A. H. Reed)
  • [Reproduced drawn portrait: 'Granville Sharp Esq.'] 1817 Jan. 1 / Published for the European Magazine by James Asperne, London (1 p., mounted in Reed Album A, no. 37)
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