John Wesley on the Slave Trade
These sites offer the text of a tract distributed under the name of Methodist leader John Wesley that condemned the slave trade in such clear terms that it has a great influence on the British public.
http://metalab.unc.edu/docsouth/wesley/menu.html (full text)
Questions for exploration:
Discuss what Wesley considered significant in what kind of lands slaves came from; what the character was of those who were enslaved; their treatment at the hands of slavers; and the moral implications for those who passed and enforced laws pertaining to runaway slaves.