Liverpool and Slavery: A Historical Account of the African Slave Trade. Liverpool: A. Bowker and Son, 1884.
This book has good statistics on the economics of slave voyages, including costs, profits; it also has a myriad of information on the intricacies of the slave trade.
Adams, Francis D. Three Black Writers in Eighteenth Century England. Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1971.
This is a compilation of three primary sources from the 18th century. It provides a different insight into the institution from the black perspective.
Bandinel, James. Some Account of the Trade in Slaves From Africa. London: Frank Cass and Co., 1968.
A rough chronology of the slave trade from the beginning of the trade in England in the 1400s until abolition.
Bennet, Jr., J.Harry. Bondsmen and Bishops. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1958.
This article gives an account of both the economics and the political climate of Barbados in both the 17th and 18th centuries.
Dabydeen, David. Hogarth's Blacks: Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century English Art. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1987.
This book has wonderful examples of English art, with a special emphasis on William Hogarth. It also provides commentary on the social climate that influenced the representation of both whites and blacks in art.
Elder, Melinda. The Slave Trade. Krumlin: Ryburn Publishing, 1992.
An account of the trade in Liverpool, giving specific details of slave voyages. It also has an wide variety of images and maps.
Grant, Joan, ed. Women, Migration, and Empire.. Staffordshire: Trentham Books, 1996.
A collection of scholarly articles that deal specifically with gender issues. This provided excellent information concerning female opinion on slavery and the rising voice of the English woman.
Klingberg, Frank. The Anti-Slavery Movement in England. Hamden: Archon Books, 1968.
A general overview of both economic and political opinion concerning the slave trade. An excellent source!
MacInnes, C.M. England and Slavery. Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1934.
MacInnes deals with almost every aspect of slavery: history, the triangle trade, acquisition of slaves, public opinion, and abolition.
Mackenzie-Grieve, Averil. The Last Years of the English Slave Trade: Liverpool 1750-1807. London: Putnam and Co., 1941.
Deals with the changing climate during the move toward abolition within the slave trade's capital, Liverpool, with emphasis on letters and documents from slave vessel captain.
Midgley, Clare, ed. Gender and Imperialism. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1998.
A collection of scholarly articles that deal with women's perspectives on Britain's imperialist policies. Also provided unique information on women's roles in slave uprisings in Barbados and the West Indies.
Puckerin, Gary A. Little England: Plantation Society and Anglo-Barbadian Politics. New York: New York University Press, 1984.
A statistical examination of Barbadian plantations, also provides insight as to why slavery eventually faltered on the island.
Smith, Warren Thomas. John Wesley and Slavery. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1986.
Smith discusses John Wesley's opinions on slavery through Wesley's writings and then commenting on them in a historical perspective.
Walvin, James. Black Ivory. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1992.
A comprehensive history of British slavery primarily concerning itself with the slaves' situation. This is a very good source for both background information, as well as details on specific aspects of the institution.
Washington, Joseph R. Anti-Blackness in English Religion. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1984.
This book touches upon both anti-black as well as abolitionist thought stemming from religious beliefs. It starts in the 1500's and ends with the final push for abolition. The book also goes into significant detail on the basis for certain denominational beliefs on slavery.