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  1. I am an Anglican priest (formerly Church of England, now U.S. Episcopal Church) semi-retired and writing my PhD.dissertation at SUNY-Buffalo concerning the complicity of the C of E in Caribbean slavery. Currently I’m researching the published writings of clergy serving in Barbados and Jamaica throughout the slavery era. So I much appreciate access to your holdings, and happy to be in touch with anyone working in this field.

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