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Liverpool taken from the opposite side of the river

Liverpool taken from the opposite side of the river
© National Maritime Museum, London
Description: By the middle of the 18th century, London had been overtaken by both Bristol and Liverpool as Britain’s major slaving port. Liverpool dominated the trade at its peak, becoming the largest slaving port in Europe.
Creator: Daniell, William [artist, engraver & publisher]; Longman & Co [publishers]
Date: 1 Oct 1815
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
National Maritime Museum/Royal Observatory GreenwichNew Opportunities Fund 
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