Wadstrom, Charles Bernard

Wadstrom 31.3.1795 at Thelwal's / 12.6.1795 again
1799 (Hist Biog Literary & Scientific Magazine) Died at Paris of a pulmonary disorder under which he laboured several years, Citizen Wadstrom a man highly distinguished by his virtues and his talents. By birth a Swede, a partisan of Swedenborg. / Philip K Nelson "Carl Bernard Wadstrom: Mannes Bakomyten"./ Observations on the Slave Trade published 1789 London. Charles Berns Wadstrom gave evidence to House of Commons committee on slave trade 29.3.1791, 1.4.1791 on African drugs and manufactures. His "Plan for a Free Community in Sierra Leone" published 1792,  gave contact address Henry Servante, New Jerusalem Magazine, 19 John St Tottenham Court Rd. Swedenborgian baptisms (register book later of Friar St Blackfriars) bapt. 12.4.1789 Henry Servante, bapt. 25.12.1788 Charles Berns Wadstrom (born 19.4.1746 Stockholm son of Charles Nicholas & Maria Helena), also bapt. 25.12.1788 Peter Pannah (who died 15.10.1790), son of Peter, king of Mazurado. This was presumably the same as Cape Mesurado where Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, was later founded. Carolina Augusta, daughter of Charles Berns Wadstrom & ___ was baptised at the same chapel on 3.11.1793. Mrs Ulrica Wadstrom of Manchester in list of subscribers to Bulama colonisation 1792, appendix to Wadstrom's Essay on Colonisation. Charles Bernard Wadstrom cotton manufacturer of Manchester bankrupt June 1793 (Pilkington, Prestwich, Lancs). Oct 1795 published his "Essay on Colonisation". 23.4.1798 Anti-Jacobin quotes Morning Chronicle of 1.4.1798 re Citizen Wadstrom. See brycchancarey.com article by Robert W Rix.