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On this date in 1834, slavery was declared unlawful in the British Empire. The characteristic of capturing men and women to be transported to America was openly practiced by England for decades. It was the buying and selling of convicts that was first abolished in 1828. Only then did the strongest analogy to slavery begin to come to a legal end. But even afterwards the majority of judges thought it was still lawful for one master to hire out servants to others. Read more