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English: James Carlile. Divine. 1784-1854. He attended the international anti-slavery convention in London, England. Note this is an extract from a much larger painting.
<ref name=npg>[http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/portrait.asp?LinkID=mp00224&rNo=0&role=sit The Anti-Slavery Society Convention], 1840, [[Benjamin Robert Haydon]], accessed [[19 July]] [[2008]]</ref>
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