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									FAID     COLID                       Part Title
SASO0101 C00000
                I. Incoming Correspondence, 1819-1917; A.
SASO0102 C00001 Domestic Letters, 1823-1912
                I. Incoming Correspondence, 1819-1917; B.
SASO0102 C00002 Letters from Liberia, 1833-1917
                I. Incoming Correspondence, 1819-1917; C.
SASO0102 C00003 Herndon Slaves, Aug.-Dec. 1854
                I. Incoming Correspondence, 1819-1917; D.
SASO0102 C00004 William McLain Private Letters, 1831-50
                I. Incoming Correspondence, 1819-1917; E.
                Miscellaneous Incoming Correspondence, 1819-
SASO0102 C00005 1912
                II. Outgoing Correspondence, Letterbooks, 1839-
SASO0102 C00006 1912; A. Domestic Letters, 1839-1912
                II. Outgoing Correspondence, Letterbooks, 1839-
SASO0102 C00007 1912; B. Ralph R. Gurley Letterbooks, 1856-66
                II. Outgoing Correspondence, Letterbooks, 1839-
SASO0102 C00008 1912; C. Joseph Tracy Letterbooks, 1856-73
                II. Outgoing Correspondence, Letterbooks, 1839-
SASO0102 C00009 1912; D. Letters to Liberia, 1843-74

SASO0102 C00011 IV. Financial Papers, 1818-1963

SASO0102 C00012 V. Business Papers, 1816-1963

SASO0102 C00013 VI. Subject File, 1792-1964

SASO0102 C00014 VII. Miscellany, 1835-1935
                Volume 1. Letters from Thomas Fowell Buxton to
SASO0103 C00001 Hannah Gurney/Buxton, 1804-40
                From Volume 2 Letters from Thomas Fowell
                Buxton and Hannah Buxton to their Family and
SASO0103 C00002 Other Family Letters, 1812-47
                Volume 3 Miscellaneous Correspondence and
                Copies of Letters from Joseph John Gurney, 1818-
SASO0103 C00003 47
                Volume 4 New Year and Birthday Reflections and
SASO0103 C00004 Obituaries, 1813-45
                Volume 5 Scriptural Notes, Prayers and
SASO0103 C00005 Meditations, 1828-38
SASO0103 C00006 Volume 6 Notebook Begun Nov 10th 1812
SASO0103 C00007 Volume 7 Notebook Begun Sept 22nd 1814

SASO0103 C00008 Volume 8 Notes and Drafts for Speeches c. 1820
                Volume 9 Printed Speeches and Other
SASO0103 C00009 Publications of Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1816-37
                Volume 10 Notes and Drafts for Speeches, 1829-
SASO0103 C00010 39
SASO0103 C00011 Volume 11 Indexes, 1834-39
                Volume 12 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00012 Slavery, Vol. II, 1833-1834
                Volume 13 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00013 Slavery, Vol. III, 1834-35
                Volume 14 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00014 Slavery, Vol. IV, 1835-36
                Volume 15 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00015 Slavery Vol. V 1836
                Volume 16 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00016 Slavery Vol. VI. 1837
                Volume 17 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00017 Slavery, Vol. VII. 1837 & 1838
                Volume 18 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00018 Slavery Vol. VIII. 1838 & 1839
                Volume 19 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00019 Slavery Vol. IX
                Volume 20 Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00020 Slavery Vol. X
                Volume 20A Extracts Relating to The Abolition of
SASO0103 C00021 Slavery Vol. XI
SASO0103 C00022 Volume 21 Italian Journey
SASO0103 C00023 Volume 21 Letters from Rome - Nixon's Copy
SASO0103 C00024 Volume 22 Against Apprenticeship, 1830-33
SASO0103 C00025 Volume 23 White Case - Negro Apprenticeship
                Volume 24 Black Case- Conduct of The
SASO0103 C00026 Apprentices 1835
SASO0103 C00027 Volume 25 Dictionary of Predictions

SASO0103 C00028 Volume 26 Slave Trade Papers, Index 1828-1841
                Volume 27 Slave Trade Papers A/B; Section A
SASO0103 C00029 Treaties
                Volume 27 Slave Trade Papers A/B; Section B
SASO0103 C00030 Captures, Particular Cases, etc.
                Volume 28 Slave Trade Papers C/D; Section C
SASO0103 C00031 Mortality
                Volume 28 Slave Trade Papers C/D; Section D
SASO0103 C00032 Horrors
                Volume 29 Slave Trade Papers E/F; Section E
SASO0103 C00033 Extent
                Volume 29 Slave Trade Papers E/F; Section F
SASO0103 C00034 Commerce and Agriculture
                Volume 30 Slave Trade Papers G/H/I; Section G
SASO0103 C00035 Health - Climate
                Volume 30 Slave Trade Papers G/H/I; Section H
SASO0103 C00036 Native Agency
                Volume 30 Slave Trade Papers G/H/I; Section I
SASO0103 C00037 Meetings, Committees, Societies
                Volume 31 Slave Trade Papers L/M/N/O; Section L
SASO0103 C00038 Missionaries, communications from.

                Volume 31 Slave Trade Papers L/M/N/O; Section
SASO0103 C00039 M Extracts from Authors - Speeches, etc.
                Volume 31 Slave Trade Papers L/M/N/O; Section
SASO0103 C00040 N Conversations, notes on
                Volume 31 Slave Trade Papers L/M/N/O; Section
SASO0103 C00041 O Plans for Abolishing the Slave Trade
                Volume 32 Slave Trade Papers Q/R/S; Section Q
SASO0103 C00042 Copies of Thomas Fowell Buxton's Letters
                Volume 32 Slave Trade Papers Q/R/S; Section R
SASO0103 C00043 Important and Interesting Letters
                Volume 32 Slave Trade Papers Q/R/S; Section S
SASO0103 C00044 Sundries
                Volume 33 Slave Trade Papers T/U/Y/Z Section T
SASO0103 C00045 Sovereignty
                Volume 33 Slave Trade Papers T/U/Y/Z Section U
SASO0103 C00046 African Settlements
                Volume 33 Slave Trade Papers T/U/Y/Z Section Y
SASO0103 C00047 Agricultural Society and Molel Farm
                Volume 33 Slave Trade Papers T/U/Y/Z Section Z
SASO0103 C00048 Merchant Ship

SASO0103 C00049 Volume 34 Richard's Slave Trade Dictionary 1839

SASO0103 C00050 Volume 35 Slave Trade, Suggestions 1839 T.F.B.
                Volume 36 Slave Trade, Geography, Morals,
SASO0103 C00051 General Observations and Trade Capabilities
SASO0103 C00052 Volume 37 Mrs Upcher's Extracts
SASO0103 C00053 Volume 38-46 Extracts from Newspapers
SASO0104 C00001 Journals and Notebooks, 1814-69
SASO0104 C00002 Correspondence, 1809-72; Letterbooks

SASO0104 C00003 Correspondence, 1809-72 and Undated; General
                Correspondence, 1809-72 and Undated;
SASO0104 C00004 Photocopies
SASO0104 C00005 Miscellany, CA. 1839-1903 and Undated

SASO0105 C00001 Diaries, 1829-1870

SASO0105 C00002 Family Correspondence, 1821-1872, n.d.

SASO0105 C00003 General Correspondence, 1810-1898, n.d.
                Letterbooks and Letterpress Copybooks, 1833-
SASO0105 C00004 1873

SASO0105 C00005 Speeches and Writings, 1849-1866, n.d.

SASO0105 C00006 Financial Papers, 1774-1873, n.d.

SASO0105 C00007 Legal File, 1755-1872, n.d.

SASO0105 C00008 Miscellany, 1840-1896, n.d.

SASO0105 C00009 Special Indexes

SASO0105 C00010 Addition, 1850
SASO0106 C00001 Slavery
SASO0106 C00002 Abolition
                Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection,
SASO0107 C00001 Volume 1-2
                Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection,
SASO0107 C00002 Volume 3-4
                Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection,
SASO0107 C00003 Volume 5-6
                Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection,
SASO0107 C00004 Volume 7
SASO0108 C00001 The Thompson-Clarkson Collection
SASO0109 C00000
SASO0110 C00001 A. Charters etc.
                B. Proceedings in Chancery Concerning the Grant
SASO0110 C00002 of the First Charter, 1788-94.
                C. Proceedings in Chancery Concerning the Grant
SASO0110 C00003 of the Second Charter, 1834-5.
SASO0110 C00004 D. Minutes
                E. Treasurer's Accounts and Subscriptions, 1793-
SASO0110 C00005 1972
SASO0110 C00006 F. Correspondence and Papers, 1642-1929.
SASO0110 C00007 G. Maps and Miscellaneous Papers, 1724-1849
                Correspondence from the Secretaries and Other
SASO0113 C00001 Officials of the Society
SASO0113 C00002 Volumes of Letters to the Mico Charity Trustees
                Letter-Books of the British and Foreign Anti-
SASO0113 C00003 Slavery Society
SASO0113 C00004 Account Books and Ledgers
                Papers of the B & F A-S Soc., and the A.P.S., from
                a General Collection arranged according to
SASO0113 C00005 Territory, and Subject
SASO0114 C00001 Papers of the Glasgow Emancipation Society
SASO0114 C00002 Records of the Glasgow Freeman's Aid Society


SASO0115 C00000


SASO0116 C00000


SASO0117 C00000

SASO0118 C00000
                   Collection Title                              Date Range
American Missionary Association Archives, 1839-1882   1839-1888 (bulk range 1848-1878)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)

American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)
American Colonization Society: A Register of its
Records in the Library of Congress                    1798-1912 (bulk range 1839-1888)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)


                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)


                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)


                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)

                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
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                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
                                                     1730-1870
Calendar of The Papers of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, 1786-1845 (bulk range 1833-1843)
Papers of Lewis Tappan                               1802-1903 (bulk range 1839-1872)
Papers of Lewis Tappan                               1802-1903 (bulk range 1839-1872)

Papers of Lewis Tappan                              1802-1903 (bulk range 1839-1872)

Papers of Lewis Tappan                              1802-1903 (bulk range 1839-1872)
Papers of Lewis Tappan                              1802-1903 (bulk range 1839-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
Salmon P. Chase: A Register of His Papers in the
Library of Congress                                 1755-1898 (bulk range 1824-1872)
The Slavery and Abolition Collections               1700-1886 (bulk range 1765-1886)
The Slavery and Abolition Collections                  1700-1886 (bulk range 1765-1886)

Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection           1780-1865 (bulk range 1780-1865)

Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection           1780-1865 (bulk range 1780-1865)

Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection           1780-1865 (bulk range 1780-1865)

Slavery Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection            1780-1865 (bulk range 1780-1865)
Anti-Slavery Collection, 18th-19th Centuries            1669-1905 (bulk range 1734-1892)
                                                        1800-1880 (bulk range 1838-1866)
Anti-Slavery Materials: Regional Records and Other Pamphlets, 18th-19th Centuries
                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries

                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries

                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries
                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries

                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries
                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries
                                                        1642-1956 (bulk range 1790-1835)
Papers of the Christian Faith Society, 17th-20th Centuries

Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880                     1823-1939 (bulk range 1835-1880)
Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880                     1823-1939 (bulk range 1835-1880)

Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880                     1823-1939 (bulk range 1835-1880)
Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880                     1823-1939 (bulk range 1835-1880)


Anti-Slavery Collection, 1795-1880                     1823-1939 (bulk range 1835-1880)
The William Smeal Collection                           1833-1879 (bulk range 1833-1879)
The William Smeal Collection                           1833-1879 (bulk range 1833-1879)
Records of the Clerk of the Court, 1746-1932, and of
the U.S. Commissioners, 1837-1860, of the U.S.
District Court for the Southern District of New York   1746-1932 (bulk range 1746-1932)

Habeas Corpus Case Records, 1820-1863, of the
United States Circuit Court for the District of Columbia 1820-1863 (bulk range 1820-1863)
Records of the Office of the Secretary of the Interior
Relating to the Suppression of the African Slave Trade
and Negro Colonization, 1854-72                          1854-1872 (bulk range 1860-1863)
Records of the United States District Court for the
District of Columbia Relating to Slaves, 1851-1863       1851-1863 (bulk range 1862)
                    SAS_Monographs


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                                     Christian investigator.
                                     Correspondence respecting slavery in Abyssinia .

                                     Das sklavenwesen in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordame
                                     La schiavitù e la guerra negli Stati Uniti d'America.




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                 Question of questions.




                 Southern notes for national circulation.




                 The Age : [a southern monthly eclectic magazine].


                 The Algerine slaves : a poem.


                 The End of the irrepressible conflict.
                 The great surrender to the rebels in arms : the armistice.


                 The last illness and death of George Hardy : a coloured boy.
                 The liberator.

                 The liberty bell, society sons of the revolution in the state of C
                 The loyalists' ammunition.
                 The Negro labor question.


                 The poet Cowper and his brother.




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American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society
American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society



American Colonization Society
Anti-slavery Convention (1833 :
Philadelphia, Pa.)

Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women

Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society




British Honduras. Citizens

Cincinnati colonization society
Colonization Society of the City
of New York
Committee of Merchants for
the Relief of Colored People,
Suffering from the Late Riots in
the City of New York

Confederate States of America.
Provisional Congress
Constitutional Meeting (1850 :
Boston, Mass.)
Convention relative à
l'esclavage (Geneva : 22 sept.
1926)
Convention relative à
l'esclavage (Geneva : le 22
sept. 1926)
Cuba. Superintendencia
general delegada de real
hacienda




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Evangelical Union Anti-slavery
Society of the City of New York


Friends' Association of
Philadelphia and its Vicinity for
the Relief of Colored Freedmen

Friends, Society of. New York
Yearly meeting

Great Britain
Hong Kong. Mui-tsai
Committee
League of Nati6ons. Assembly.
Sixth Committee

League of Nations

League of Nations

League of Nations

League of Nations

League of Nations

League of Nations. 7th
Assembly (1926)

League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee

League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee

League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee
League of Nations. Assembly.
Sixth Committee


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League of Nations. Council

League of Nations. Temporary
Committee on Slavery
Library of Congress. General
Reference and Bibliography
Division

Liverpool East India
Association. Committee
Appointed to Take into
Consideration the Restrictions
on the East India Trade




London Missionary Society
Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on
Slavery


Mississippi. State library
(Jackson)


New England Anti-Slavery
Convention
New England Yearly Meeting of
Friends
New York City Anti-slavery
Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854-
). Illinois. State central
committee


Saint Lucia (French colony).
Assemblee generale coloniale


Saint-Domingue. Députés
Sudan. Governor-general
(1925-1926 : Archer)
Sudan. Governor-general
(1927-1933 : Sir John L.
Maffey)

Union Safety Committee


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United States. Dept. of State




                                A fresh catalogue of Southern outrages upon Northern citize




                                A picture of slavery : drawn from the decisions of southern co
                                A pioneer emancipator.




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                 A Sketch of Henry Franklin and family.




                 A tract for Sabbath schools.



                 A treatise on slavery.
                 A Workingman's reasons for the re-election of Abraham Linc
                 Abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises



                 Address and reply, on the presentation of a testimonial to S.P


                 Address to the people of Maryland.

                 Address to the people of the United States on the subject of
                 Agitation -- the doom of slavery.




                 America's misfortune, or, A practical view of slavery.



                 An address to ministers and Christian masters.
                 An address to the friends of Negro emancipation in Liverpoo




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                 Answer of the Hon. Seth M. Gates, to the letter of Gerrit Smi



                 Anti-slavery nominations.




                 Appel en faveur des esclaves aux États-Unis.
                 Autographs for freedom.
                 Autographs for freedom.
                 Bigotry exposed, or, A calm dicussion of the abolition questio


                 British opinions of the American Colonization Society.


                 Cass and Taylor on the slavery question.

                 Christianity versus treason and slavery : Religion rebuking se
                 Christ's doctrine of future punishment : life a season of proba




                 Constitution of the anti-slavery society.
                 Curiosity visits to southern plantations.
                 Daylight before sunrise.




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                 Detraction.
                 Did the world make itself.


                 Echoes of Harper's Ferry.
                 Emancipation in the West Indies, in 1838.



                 Encroachments of the slave power, upon the rights of the No




                 Extracts from writings of Friends : on the subject of slavery.
                 Facts and documents for the people.
                 Facts for the people.
                 Facts for the people.
                 Facts for the people.




                 Fanaticism, and its results, or, Facts versus fancies.
                 Fast day sermons, or, The pulpit on the state of the country.
                 First of August : abolition of the apprenticeship.




                 Friends of liberty! : Read this before you vote!!.
                 Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New-Y
                 God bless Abraham Lincoln! : a solemn discourse.
                 Governor Edward Coles.
                 Great orations.
                 Harrison's national debt : Assumption of the state debts.
                 Have we any need of the Bible?
                 Have you a friend?


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                 Have you an anchor?
                 Hebrew servitude and American slavery.

                 Hints on a cheap mode of purchasing the liberty of a slave po

                 Hints to the farmers of Rhode-Island.




                 I don't believe in religion.


                 Intelligent Negroes.



                 Is God every body and every body God?
                 Is Millard Fillmore an abolitionist?
                 Is the Gospel fact or fable.




                 La abolicion de la esclavitud y el proyecto del señor Moret.
                 L'esclavage dans les États Confédérés.




                 Letter to the Edinburgh reviewers.
                 Letters of Major Jack Downing of the Downingville Militia.




                 Liberator-extra! : Middlesex awake!! `Liberty for all, or chains
                 Liberty chimes.




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                 Library of William C. Bolivar, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


                 Lost or saved!



                 Loyalty : what is it? : to whom or what due?.
                 Lyrics of the war.
                 Maine historical memorials.




                 Memorial addresses in honor of Dr. Booker T. Washington.



                 Memorial on the personal liberty law.




                 Narrative of facts in the case of Passmore Williamson.



                 National prosperity the reward of national equity.
                 Nebraska : a poem, personal and political.
                 North and South. From the New York courier and enquirer.


                 Old Moses, or, The praying negro.

                 Olive Branch-Extra.
                 On slavery.




                 Poetry for the times.




                 Popular sovereignty in the territories : the Democratic record




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                 Précis de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaise
                 Predisposing causes to insurrection in Demerara.
                 Presidential document.




                 Prophecy.


                 Reception of George Thompson in Great Britain.


                 Remarks on "Slavery.




                 Shall we give Bibles to three millions of American slaves?


                 Sketch of the life and public services of Gen. Lewis Cass.
                 Sketch of the life of Martin Van Buren.

                 Slave holding piety illustrated.
                 Slavery : a sin against God.
                 Slavery abolished.
                 Slavery and its prospects in the United States.
                 Slavery and serfdom considered.
                 Slavery and the Bible.
                 Slavery in rebellion : an outlaw : how to deal with it.
                 Slavery vs. abolition.
                 Slavery, con. and pro. or, A sermon and its answer.


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                 Slavery.
                 South songs : from the lays of later days.




                 Southern state rights, free trade and anti-abolition tract no. 1




                 Star of emancipation.



                 Stories of the sea.




                 Tariff protection.
                 Tee-total anti-slavery pledge.
                 Telescopic views of Scripture.



                 The address of southern delegates in Congress to their cons
                 The American and foreign anti-slavery reporter.




                 The American Tract Society, Boston.
                 The anti-slavery struggle.




                 The bankrupt law.
                 The blood-stained leaf.
                 The child's book on slavery, or, Slavery made plain.
                 The Church and slavery.




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                 The duty of Pennsylvania concerning slavery.
                 The envoy : from free hearts to the free.


                 The Faneuil Hall address.


                 The free soil minstrel.



                 The Governing race : a book for the time, and for all times.




                 The law and the testimony concerning slavery.




                 The liberty almanac for 1845.

                 The Liberty almanac for 1848.
                 The Liberty almanac for 1849.
                 The liberty almanac for 1850.
                 The Liberty almanac for 1851.
                 The liberty almanac for 1852.
                 The Liberty almanac, for 1847.


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                                The Liberty bell.
                                The Liberty Minstrel.




                                The Life, explorations, and public services of John Charles F




                                The Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster.




                                The monthly offering.




                                The new pantheon, or, The age of black.
                                The non-resistance principle.




American Society Colonization
Society


American Tract Society

American Tract Society




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American Tract Society
(Hartford, Conn.)


American Tract Society.
Publishing Committee
American Union for the Relief
and Improvement of the
Colored Race
American Union for the Relief
and Improvement of the
Colored Race

Amrican Anti-Slavery Society

Anti-Slavery Concert for Prayer
(1842 : Quincy, Ill.)

Anti-Slavery Conference( (1867
: Paris)
Anti-Slavery Convention (1833 :
Philadelphia, Pa.)
Anti-slavery Convention (1858 :
West Randolph, Vt.)
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women


Vermont Anti-Slavery Society


Vermont Anti-Slavery Society

Vermont Anti-Slavery Society


Vermont Colonization Society

Vermont Colonization Society

Vermont. General Assembly.
Senate

Washington (D.C.)


West Brookfield Anti-Slavery
Society


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                               West India Association
                               (Glasgow, Scotland)


                               Wisconsin. Legislature
                               Young Men's Democratic State
                               Convention (1842 : Columbus,
                               Ohio)

6Wilcox, Andrew Jackson

Abolitionist


Adams, Charles Francis

Adams, Charles Francis
Adams, Charles Francis

Adams, Charles Francis


Adams, Charles Francis
Adams, F. Colburn (Francis
Colburn)
Adams, John Calvin


Adams, John Quincy




Adams, John Quincy
Adams, Nehemiah




Adams, Robert
Addis, Wellford
Adger, John B. (John Bailey)



Adger, R. M.
Adrain, Garnett B. (Garnett
Bowditch)


Agutter, William




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Bowditch, William I. (William
Ingersoll)
Bowditch, William I. (William
Ingersoll)
Bowditch, William I. (William
Ingersoll)

Bowditch, William Ingersoll
Bowen, Elias
Boyd, John


Boyd, Samuel Stillman
Boyden, E. (Ebenezer)


Boyle, James


Boynton, Charles Brandon
Bradburn, George

                                Re-union Convention of the Old
                                Abolitionists of Eastern Ohio
Bradford, Arthur B. (Arthur     and Western Pennsylvania
Bullus)                         (1879 : Alliance, O.)

Bradford, Gamaliel
Bradford, J. H. (James Henry)
Clay, Cassius Marcellus

Clay, Clement Claiborne


Clay, Henry

Clemens, Sherrard
Clephane, Walter Collins


Clingman, Thomas Lanier



Clingman, Thomas Lanier




Clough, Simon
Cluskey, M. W. (Michael W.)




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Cobb, Howell
Cobb, Joseph B. (Joseph
Beckham)

Cobb, Thomas Read Rootes
Cobbe, Frances Power

Cobleigh, Nelson E.




                                            The relation of the pulpit to slavery : letter to a minister of the
                                            The relative territorial status of the North and the South.




                                            The romance of the Civil War.
                                            The scripture doctrine with regard to slavery.

                                            The slavery question : Dred Scott decision : to the free voters




                                            The story of the life of John Anderson, the fugitive slave.
                                            The suppressed book about slavery!
                                            The teaching of the spirit, exemplified in the history of two sla
                                            The territorial question.

                                            The uncle Tom's cabin almanack ; or, Abolitionist memento.


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African Education Society


African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)


American Abolition Society


American Abolition Society
American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society


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American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society
American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society


American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society

American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society
American and Foreign Anti-
Slavery Society. Executive
Committee

American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery society


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American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society



American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society


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American Anti-Slavery Society


American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society.
Executive Committee
American Board of
Commissioners for Foreign
Missions
American Board of
Commissioners for Foreign
Missions. Committee on Anti-
Slavery Memorials

American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society




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American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society

American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


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American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society

American Colonization Society




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American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society

American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society




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American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society
American Colonization Society.
Board of Managers

American Colonization Society.
Board of Managers
American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery and Improving the
Condition of the African Race

American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery and Improving the
Condition of the African Race
American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery, and Improving the
Condition of the African Race

American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery, and Improving the
Condition of the African Race

American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery, and Improving the
Condition of the African Race




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American Home Missionary
Society



American Society Colonization
Society

American Society Colonization
Society

Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women
Anti-Slavery Convention of
American Women (1st : 1837 :
New York, N.Y.)
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women (1st : 1837 :
New York, N.Y.)
Anti-Slavery Convention of
American Women (2nd : 1838 :
Philadelphia, Pa.)
Anti-Slavery Convention of
American Women (2nd :
Philadelphia : 1838)
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women (3d : 1839 :
Philadelphia)
Anti-slavery Convention of
American Women (3rd : 1839 :
Philadelphia, Pa.)



Anti-slavery Meeting, (1835 :
Birmingham, England)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-Slavery Society of Salem &
Vicinity (Mass.)
Association for the Religious
Instruction of the Negroes in
Liberty County, Georgia
Association of Friends for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery, and Improving the
Condition of the Free People of
Color




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Association of Friends for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery, and Improving the
Condition of the Free People of
Color
Baltimore Association for the
Moral and Educational
Improvement of the Colored
People

Bar of Charleston, S.C.
Boston (Mass.)




Boston (Mass.). Citizens


Boston (Mass.). Garrison
Meeting (1846)


Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society

Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society


British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society
British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society
British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society


British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society
Canada Mission
Canadian Anti-Slavery Baptist
Association


Charleston (S.C.). Citizens


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Christian Anti-Slavery
Convention (1850 : Cincinnati,
Ohio)

Church Anti-slavery Society
Colonization Society (Maine)
Colonization Society of the City
of New York
Colonization Society of the City
of New York
Colonization Society of the City
of New York. Board of
Managers
Colonization Society of the
State of Connecticut
Colonization Society of the
State of Connecticut
Colonization Society of the
State of New-York
Colonization Society of the
State of New-York
Columbiana County Anti-
Slavery Society. Board of
Managers

Confederate States of America.
Congress
Confederate States of America.
Congress
Confederate States of America.
Congress. House of
Representatives. Committee on
Claims


Confederate States of America.
District Court (South Carolina)

Confederate States of America.
District courts (Alabama)



Confederate States of America.
Laws, statutes, etc.


Confederate States of America.
War Dept
Conference Convention (1861 :
Washington, D.C.)




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Conference of Colored Citizens
(1876 : Columbia, S.C.)
Congregational Church
(Franklin, Mass.)
Congregational Churches in
Massachusetts. General
Association
Congregational Home
Missionary Society
Congrès international
antiesclavagiste (2nd : 1900 :
Paris)



Connellsville (Pa.). Citizens
Constitutional Meeting (1850 :
Boston, Mass.)

Convention of Abolitionists
(1847 : West Bloomfield, N.Y.)

Convention of Congregational
Ministers of Massachusetts
Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies
Established in Different Parts of
the United States

Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies
Established in Different Parts of
the United States
Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies
Established in Different Parts of
the United States
Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies
Established in Different Parts of
the United States (1st : 1794 :
Philadelphia, Pa.)
Convention of Ministers of
Worcester County on the
subject of Slavery (1837-1838 :
Worcester, Mass.)

Convention of the Colored
Freemen of Pennsylvania
(1841 : Pittsburgh, Pa.)




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Convention of the Friends of
Freedom in the Eastern and
Middle States (1845 : Boston)


Daniel, Thomas, and company
Danvers Historical Society



Darien (Ga.). Citizens

Defensive League of Freedom

Delaware. Governor (1863-
1865 : Cannon)

Democratic National
Committee (U.S.)
Democratic National
Committee (U.S.)


Democratic National
Committee (U.S.) (1848-1852)
Democratic Party (La.) State
Central Committee
Democratic Party (N.Y.). State
Convention (1856 : Syracuse,
N.Y.)

Democratic Party (New Jersey)


Democratic Party (U.S.)


Democratic Party (U.S.)
District of Columbia Historical
Records Survey


Edinburgh Emancipation
Society
Edinburgh Society for
Promoting the Mitigation and
Ultimate Abolition of Negro
Slavery
Essex County Anti-Slavery
Convention (1838 : Danvers,
Mass.)


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Evangelical Consociation of
Congregational Churches in
Rhode Island
Evangelical Consociation of
Congregational Churches in
Rhode Island

Farmington Quarterly Meeting
of Friends
Female Anti-slavery Society.
Chatham-Street Chapel

Fourth Congregational Church
(Hartford, Conn.)

Fourth Congregational Church
(Hartford, Conn.)

France. Chambre des députés.
Commission Chargée
d'Examiner La Proposition de
M. de Tracy, Relative aux
Esclaves de Colonies


Free Church of Scotland.
General Assembly
Free Convention (1858 :
Rutland, Vt.)

Free Produce Association of
Friends, of Ohio Yearly Meeting

Free Produce Association of
Friends, of Ohio Yearly Meeting

Free Produce Association of
Friends, of Ohio Yearly Meeting

Free Produce Association of
Friends, of Ohio Yearly
Meeting. Board of Managers
Free Produce Association of
Friends, of Ohio Yearly
Meeting. Board of Managers


Friend's Association of
Philadelphia and its Vicinity for
the Relief of Colored Freedmen




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Friends' Association of
Philadelphia and its Vicinity for
the Relief of Colored Freedmen

Friends of African Colonization

General Anti-Slavery
Convention (1st : 1840 :
London)

General Anti-Slavery
Convention (2nd : 1843 :
London, England)

General Association of
Connecticut


Glasgow Emancipation Society



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)
Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)
Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)
Glasgow Female Anti-Slavery
Society



Glasgow Ladies' Auxiliary
Emancipation Society




Great Britain. Parliament


Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons




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Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons. Select
Committee on the Extinction of
Slavery Throughout the British
Dominions

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Lords

Indiana Anti-slavery Convention
(1838 : Milton, Ind.)


Indiana Yearly Meeting of
Friends (Orthodox : 1828-)

Indiana. Governor, 1801-1812
(Harrison)

International Order of Twelve of
Knights and Daughters of
Tabor

Irish Unitarian Christian Society
Kentucky Commission on
Human Rights
Ladies' New-York City Anti-
slavery Society
Lane Theological Seminary.
Anti-Slavery Society
League of Nations. Council

League of Nations. Temporary
Committee on Slavery
Leicester Auxiliary Anti-slavery
Society

Liberty Party (N.Y.)

Liberty Party (U.S.). National
Convention (1848 : Buffalo,
N.Y.)
Library of Congress. Division of
Bibliography



Liverpool Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery
London Anti-slavery Society
London Anti-slavery Society.
Committee


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London Yearly Meeting
(Society of Friends)
London Yearly Meeting
(Society of Friends)


London Yearly Meeting
(Society of Friends)
Louisiana (District). General
assembly
Louisiana. Constitutional
Convention (1861)
Loyal National League

Loyal National League




Loyal National League



Loyal National League
Loyal National Repeal
Association of Ireland
Loyal Publication Society of
New York


Maine (District). Constitutional
convention (1819)


Maine Anti-slavery Society

Maine Anti-slavery Society.
Executive Committee

Maine Union in Behalf of the
Colored Race
Manumission Society of North
Carolina
Maryland Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery, and the
Relief of Free Negroes, and
Others, Unlawfully Held in
Bondage




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Maryland State Colonization
Society

Maryland. General Assembly.
House of Delegates.
Committee on Grievances and
Courts of Justice
Massachusetts Abolition
Society

Massachusetts Abolition
Society

Massachusetts Abolition
Society
Massachusetts Anti-slavery
Fair
Massachusetts Anti-slavery
Fair

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers


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Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers
Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society
Massachusetts Colonization
Society
Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society



Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society
Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society
Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society




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Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Colonization
Society

Massachusetts Historical
Society
Massachusetts State Texas
Committee
Massachusetts State Texas
Committee
Massachusetts. General Court
(1836). Senate
Massachusetts. General Court.
House of Representatives.
Committee on admission into
the state of free negroes and
mulattoes

Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee
Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on
Memorial of Oliver B. Morris
and others
Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on
Petition of Asa Stoughton and
others
Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on
Petition of George Latimer and
Others
Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on
Slavery

Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on So
Much of the Governor's
Address as Relates to Slavery




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Massachusetts. General Court.
Joint Special Committee on the
Treatment of Samuel Hoar by
the State of South Carolina
Methodist Episcopal Church.
General conferences
(Cincinnati)



Mississippi
Mississippi historical society
(Founded 1858)

Mississippi. Constitution

Mississippi. Convention (1861)

Mississippi. Convention, 1849
National Anti-slavery Bazaar,
Boston


National Association of Cotton
Manufacturers and Planters
Negro Development and
Exposition Company of the
United States
Jamestown Ter-centennial
Exposition (1907)
New England Anti-Slavery
Convention
New England Anti-Slavery
Convention (1834 : Boston)
New England Anti-Slavery
Convention (4th : 1837 :
Boston)
New England Soldiers' Relief
Association

New England Yearly Meeting of
Friends
New England Yearly Meeting of
Friends (Conservative : 1845-
1945)
New Hampshire Anti-Slavery
Convention (1834 : Concord)

New York (N.Y.). Union
Meeting, Dec. 19, 1859




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New York (State). Court of
Appeals

New York Anti-Slavery
Convention
New York City Anti-Slavery
Society

New York Colonization Society

New York Committee of
Vigilance
New York State Anti-Slavery
Society

New York Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends

New York Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends

New York Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends

New York Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends

New York Yearly Meeting of the
Religious Society of Friends
New York Young Men's Anti-
slavery Society

New York Young Men's Anti-
slavery Society
New York Young Men's Anti-
slavery Society


New York. Eighteenth Ward
Republican Association

New-England Anti-Slavery
Convention
New-England Anti-Slavery
Society
New-England Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

New-England Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers




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New-England Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers

New-Jersey Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery
New-York Society for
Promoting the Manumission of
Slaves, and Protecting Such of
Them as Have Been, or May
Be Liberated
New-York Society for
Promoting the Manumission of
Slaves, and Protecting Such of
Them as Have Been, or May
Be Liberated
New-York State Colonization
Society

New-York State Colonization
Society (Founded 1829)


Norfolk (Va.). Citizens
Norfolk Emancipation
Association (Norfolk, Va.)

Oberlin College. Library

Ohio Anti-slavery Convention
(1835 : Putnam)

Ohio Anti-Slavery Convention
(1835 : Putnam)

Ohio Anti-slavery Society

Ohio Anti-slavery Society


Ohio Anti-slavery Society

Ohio Anti-slavery Society


Ohio Anti-slavery Society


Ohio Anti-slavery Society


Ohio Anti-slavery Society


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Ohio State Christian Anti-
Slavery Convention (1859 :
Columbus, Ohio)
Ohio. Auditor of State
Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society
Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society

Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society

Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society

Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society
Pennsylvania Colonization
Society

Pennsylvania Hall Association
(Philadelphia, Pa.)

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery
Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery




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Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery

Pennsylvania. General
Assembly. House of
Representatives
Pennsylvania. General
Assembly. House of
Representatives. Committee on
the Judiciary

Pennsylvania. General
Assembly. Senate. Committee
Relative to the Immigration of
Blacks and Mulattoes into the
State of Pennsylvania

Peoples Party.
(Massachusetts)


Philadelphia (Pa.). Citizens
Philadelphia Anti-Slavery
Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society


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Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society
Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955)

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
the Religious Society of Friends

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
the Religious Society of Friends


Platte County Self-Defensive
Association, Platte Co., Mo.
Presbyterian Church in the
U.S.A. (Old School). Board of
Publication
Presbyterian Church in the
U.S.A. Synod of Kentucky


Presbyterian Church in the
United States Executive
Committee of Publication
Presbyterian Church in the
United States. Synods (South
Carolina)
Presbyterian Church in the
USA. Old School. General
Assembly
Pro-Slavery Convention of
Missouri



Providence (R.I.). Citizens

Providence Anti-Slavery
Society

Providence Society for
Abolishing the Slave-Trade




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Radical Political Abolitionists.
Convention (1855 : Syracuse,
N.Y.)
Radical Political Abolitionists.
Convention (1855 : Syracuse,
N.Y.)

Radical union party (Missouri)



Randolph County (Ill.). Citizens
Religious Anti-Slavery
Convention (1846 : Boston,
Mass.)
Republican Association of
Washington
Republican Party (Ill.). State
Central Committee
Republican Party (Ill.). State
Central Committee

Republican Party (Md.). State
Central Committee




Republican Party (N.Y.)

Requited labor convention
(1838 : Philadelphia)
Rhode Island State Anti-
Slavery Convention
Rhode Island. General
Assembly. House of
Representatives. Select
Committee to whom were
referred the Resolutions of Mr.
Wells, on Slavery


Royal African Co.



Sociedad abolicionista
española (Madrid)
Society for the Amelioration
and Gradual Abolition of
Slavery




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Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
Dominions
Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
Dominions
Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
Dominions
Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
Dominions
Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
Dominions

Society of Friends. Committee
in Charge of Friends' Mission in
Washington for the Relief of
the Freed People of Color
Society of Friends. Committee
of Freedmen in Parts of
Tennessee and the Mississippi
Valley

Society of Friends. New York
Yearly Meeting

Society of Friends. Philadelphia
Yearly Meeting

South Carolina. General
Assembly. Senate

South Carolina. Governor,
1834-1836 (George McDuffie)

South Middlesex Conference of
Churches
Southern Commercial
Convention (1859 : Vicksburg,
Miss.)

Spain. Cortes, 1879-1880
Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-
Slavery Society




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State Convention of the
Colored Citizens of Ohio
State Convention of the
Colored Citizens of Ohio (1849
: Columbus, Ohio)
State Disunion Convention
(1857 : Worcester, Mass.)

State Historical Society of
Wisconsin. Library

Taunton Union, for the Relief
and Improvement of the
Colored Race (Taunton, Mass.)


Territory of Orleans
Texas. Legislature. House of
Representatives
Union and Emancipation
Society (Manchester)
Union Herald, Extra
Union Herald-Extra


Union League of Philadelphia



Union Safety Committee
United Nations. Secretary-
General, 1946-
United Nations. Secretary-
General, 1953-1961
(Hammarskjöld)

United States
United States



United States Sanitary
Commission
United States. American
Freedmen's Inquiry
Commission

United States. Congress (20th,
2nd sess : 1828-1829). House




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United States. Congress (34th,
1st session : 1855-1856).
House

United States. Congress.
House
United States. Congress.
House. Committee Appointed
to Inquire into the Propriety of
Admitting the Mississippi
Territory into the Union as a
Separate and Independent
State
United States. Congress.
House. Committee on Military
Affairs
United States. Congress.
House. Committee on the
Kansas Constitution
United States. Congress.
House. Committee to
Investigate the Troubles in
Kansas
United States. Congress.
House. Committee to
Investigate the Troubles in
Kansas
United States. Congress.
House. Select Committee on
Slavery in the District of
Columbia
United States. Congress.
House. Select Committee on
slavery in the District of
Columbia

United States. Congress.
House. Select Committee on
the Subject of Laws Making
Distinction on Account of Color
United States. Congress.
Senate



United States. Congress.
Senate
United States. Congress.
Senate. Select Committee on
Circulation of Abolition
Literature




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                             United States. Congress.
                             Senate. Select Committee on
                             Slavery and the Treatment of
                             Freedmen



                             United States. Dept. of State


                             United States. Dept. of the
                             Treasury


                             United States. President (1829-
                             1837 : Jackson)

                             United States. President (1861-
                             1865 : Lincoln)

                             Vermont Anti-Slavery Society


Aikman, William

Aikman, William
Alexander, Ann, of York


Alexander, Geo. W. (George
William)

Alexander, William T.

Alford, Julius C.


Alfred



Alger, William Rounseville


Allen, George

Allen, George



Allen, George
Allen, Isaac


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Allen, Joseph Henry
Allen, Joseph Henry




Allen, Stephen Merrill

Allen, William G.


Alley, John B. (John Bassett)
Allison, John


Alston, William J. (William
Jeffreys)

American, pseud



Ames, Julius Rubens
Amicus, pseud
Anderson, John

Anderson, Osborne P. (Osborne
Perry)



Andrew, John A. (John Albion)

Andrews, C. C. (Christopher
Columbus)


Anthony, Elliott
Appleton, James


Appleton, Nathan

Appleton, Nathan



Armistead, Wilson




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Armistead, Wilson

Armistead, Wilson
Armstrong, George D. (George
Dodd)
Armstrong, George D. (George
Dodd)
Armstrong, George D. (George
Dodd)
Arnold, Isaac Newton


Arnold, Isaac Newton

Arvine, Kazlitt

Asher, Jeremiah



Ashley, James Mitchell

Ashley, James Mitchell


Ashmore, John D.


Atkins, Smith Dykins


Atkinson, William, member of
the Statistical Society of London
Atlee, Benjamin Champneys
Austin, James Trecothick
Austin, James Trecothick

Author of "The law of the
territories," "Rustic rhymes", etc.
Author of the former specimen


Auxon, d'


Aves, Thomas
Aydelott, B. P. (Benjamin
Parham)




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Aydelott, B. P. (Benjamin
Parham)



Bacon, Ephraim

Bacon, Leonard
Bacon, Leonard
Bacon, Leonard


Bacon, Leonard

Bacon, Leonard

Bacon, Leonard



Bacon, Leonard Woolsey

Badger, George Edmund

Badger, George Edmund



Bailey, Alexander H. (Alexander
Hamilton)

Bailey, Goldsmith F.


Bailey, Nathaniel P.
Bailey, Rufus William
Baird, Henry Carey


Baird, Robert


Baird, Thomas H. (Thomas
Harlan)

Baker, James L. (James Loring)


Baldwin, Ebenezer




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Baldwin, Roger S. (Roger
Sherman)


Baldwin, Roger S. (Roger
Sherman)


Ball, Edward

Ballou, Adin


Ballou, Adin
Ballou, Adin


Ballou, Maturin Murray
Bannister, Saxe



Bannister, Saxe


Barbé-Marbois, François,
marquis de
Barber, Edward D. (Edward
Downing)

Barbour, James

Barclay, David
Barker, Louisa Jane Whiting


Barksdale, William
Barnes, Albert


Barnes, Albert

Barnes, Albert



Barnes, Albert




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Barré de Saint-Venant, Jean
Barrows, E. P. (Elijah Porter)


Barrows, W. (William)


Barstow, Benjamin




Bartlett, John Russell



Bartley, T. W. (Thomas Welles)
Barton, Seth

Bassett, George W. (George
Washington)

Bassett, William
Batchelder, Samuel
Bausman, Lottie M.



Bay, W. V. N. (William Van
Ness)

Bayard, William



Bayly, Thomas Henry



Beaman, F. C. (Fernando C.)



Beaman, F. C. (Fernando C.)
Bearse, Austin




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Beaufoy, Henry

Beaumont, Augustus Hardin




Beckford, William
Beebe, Gilbert J.
Beecher, Charles
Beecher, Charles
Beecher, Charles

Beecher, Henry Ward
Bell, Agrippa Nelson



Bell, John

Bell, John

Belmonte, Benjamin Elie Colaco

Beman, Nathan S. S. (Nathan
Sidney Smith)
Benedict, George Wyllys


Benezet, Anthony


Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony

Benezet, Anthony

Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)

Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)


Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)




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Bennett, Henry



Benton, Thomas Hart

Benton, Thomas Hart

Benton, Thomas Hart

Benton, Thomas Hart


Beresford Hope, A. J. B.
(Alexander James Beresford)

Berry, Henry



Berry, Philip


Betker, John P.




Bevan, William

Biblicus


Biddle, Charles John
Bigelow, Harriet Hamline


Billinghurst, Charles



Bingham, John Armor


Bingham, Kinsley Scott



Biot, Edouard


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Birckhead, Lennox

Bird, F. W. (Francis William)

Birkbeck, Morris




Birney, James Gillespie

Birney, James Gillespie

Birney, James Gillespie
Birney, James Gillespie
Birney, James Gillespie
Birney, James Gillespie

Birney, James Gillespie


Birney, William
Birney, William


Bishop, Joel Prentiss



Bishop, Levi



Bishop, Robert Hamilton


Bissell, William H. (William
Henry)
Bissette, M. (Cyrille Charles
Auguste)
Bissette, M. (Cyrille Charles
Auguste)

Bittinger, J. B. (Joseph Baugher)

Bittinger, J.B. (Joseph Baugher)


Black, Jeremiah S. (Jeremiah
Sullivan)


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Blagden, George Washington



Blair, F. P. (Francis Preston)

Blair, Francis Preston

Blair, Francis Preston


Blair, Frank P. (Frank Preston)

Blair, Frank P. (Frank Preston)


Blair, Frank P. (Frank Preston)



Blair, Frank P. (Frank Preston)

Blair, Montgomery

Blake, Harrison G. (Harrison
Gray)



Blake, Harrison Gray


Blanchard, Jonathan



Bleby, Henry
Bledsoe, Albert Taylor



Bliss, George


Bliss, Philemon

Bliss, Philemon


Bliss, Philemon




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Bliss, Philemon


Bliss, Philemon

Blunt, Joseph
Blyden, Edward Wilmot

Boardman, Henry A. (Henry
Augustus)
Boardman, Henry A. (Henry
Augustus)
Boislecomte, André Olivier
Ernest Sain de
Boker, George H. (George
Henry)

Bolles, John R. (John Rogers)
Boole, William H.

Booth, Sherman M.



Booth, Walter


Borthwick, P. (Peter)



Botts, John Minor



Botts, John Minor
Bourne, George

Bourne, George

Bourne, George

Bourne, George

Bourne, George
Bourne, Theodore
Boutwell, George S. (George
Sewall)
Boutwell, George S. (George
Sewall)


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Bouvé, Pauline Carrington Rust
Bowditch, Henry I. (Henry
Ingersoll)
Bowditch, William I. (William
Ingersoll)




Branagan, Thomas



Branagan, Thomas
Breck, Robert L.


Breckinridge, John C.
Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert
Jefferson)


Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert
Jefferson)

Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert
Jefferson)
Brewer, John M.
Brewster, Francis E.
Briggs, John

Brimblecomb, Nicholas, pseud
Brisbane, William Henry
Brisbane, William Henry


Brissot de Warville, J.-P.
(Jacques-Pierre)
Brissot de Warville, J.-P.,
(Jacques-Pierre)
Broadluck, Cephas

Brodnax, William H. (William
Henry)



Brokesby, Francis




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Brookes, Iveson L.




Brookes, Iveson L.
Brooks, A. L.




Brooks, Erastus

Brooks, James
Brooks, Robert Preston

Broom, W. W. (Walter William)


Broomall, John M. (John Martin)

Brothers, Thomas
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron

Brown, A. B. (Alexander Blaine)

Brown, Aaron V. (Aaron
Venable)

Brown, Albert Gallatin




Brown, Albert Gallatin

Brown, Albert Gallatin



Brown, Albert Gallatin
Brown, B. Gratz (Benjamin
Gratz)
Brown, B. Gratz (Benjamin
Gratz)
Brown, C. S. (Catharine S.)




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Brown, Charles


Brown, George



Brown, Hugh



Brown, Isaac V. (Isaac Van
Arsdale)



Brown, James
Brown, William B.

Brown, William Wells
Brown, William Wells
Brown, William Wells
Brown, William Wells

Brown, William Wells

Browning, Orville Hickman
Browning, Orville Hickman


Brownlow, William Gannaway


Brownlow, William Gannaway

                             Southern Commercial
                             Convention (1857 : Knoxville,
Brownlow, William Gannaway   Tenn.)
Bryan, Edward B.
Bryan, Thomas Barbour
Bryan, Wilhelmus Bogart



Buchanan, George
Buckingham, G.




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Buechler, Johann Ulrich


Buffinton, James


Bulkley, C. H. A. (Charles Henry
Augustus)
Bullitt, Agatha Marshall

Bullitt, John Christian
Bunsen, Christian Karl Josias,
Freiherr von

Burbank, Caleb


Burden, Jesse R.

Burgess, Ebenezer
Burgess, John William

Burke, Edmund
Burke, John


Burlingame, Anson
Burnap, Uzziah C. (Uzziah
Cicero)

Burnett, Henry Clay

Burns, Barnabas

Burritt, Elihu
Burroughs, Wilbur Greeley



Burrows, E. J.

Burton, Warren

Bush, George


Bush, Isidor




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Bushnell, Horace

Bushnell, Horace

Bushnell, Horace


Butler, A. P. (Andrew Pickens)
Butt, Martha Haines

Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir

Byrdsall, Fitzwilliam
Byrne, Lee
Cabot, Susan C. (Susan
Copley)



Cadwalader, John



Caffrey, Andrew


Cairnes, John Elliott


Cairnes, John Elliott

Cairnes, John Elliott


Caius Gracchus, pseud

Caldwell, John H.

Calhoun, John C. (John
Caldwell)
Calhoun, John C. (John
Caldwell)
Calhoun, John C. (John
Caldwell)

Calhoun, John C. (John
Caldwell)

Call, R. K. (Richard Keith)
Callicot, Theophilus C.
(Theophilus Carey)


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Camp, Charles Whittlesey
Campbell, John A. (John
Archibald)
Campbell, John Campbell,
Baron



Campbell, John, bookseller,
Philadelphia


Campbell, Lewis D. (Lewis
Davis)

Campbell, Lewis D. (Lewis
Davis)

Campbell, Lewis D. (Lewis
Davis)




Canning, George
Capen, Nahum
Capers, Henry D. (Henry
Dickson)

Carey, John

Carey, John L.
Carey, John L.



Carey, Mathew

Carey, Mathew
Carlier, Auguste


Carlile, John S. (John Snyder)

Carnes, J. E.
Carnochan, Janet


Carpenter, James S.




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Carroll, Anna Ella
Carroll, Anna Ella

Cartter, David K. (David
Kellogg)



Cartwright, Samuel A. (Samuel
Adolphus)



Casas, Bartolomé de las



Casas, Bartolomé de las
Cass, Lewis


Cass, Lewis
Cass, Lewis




Cass, Lewis

Castleman, John Breckinridge
Castro Paes Barretto, Fernando
de
Caswall, Henry
Cathcart, James L. (James
Leander)



Catto, William T.

Chace, Elizabeth (Buffum), Mrs.


Challis, B. C.

Chamberlain, E. M. (Ebenezer
Mattoon)




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Chandler, Joseph Ripley

Chandler, Joseph, Rev.
Chandler, Peleg W. (Peleg
Whitman)
Chandler, Peleg W. (Peleg
Whitman)




Channing, Henry
Channing, William Ellery
Channing, William Ellery

Channing, William Ellery


Channing, William Ellery
Channing, William Ellery
Channing, William Ellery

Channing, William Ellery

Channing, William Ellery
Channing, William Ellery

Channing, William Ellery

Chapin, Sallie F. Moore

Chaplain of the U. S. Army
Chapman, John Jay
Chapman, Maria Weston
Chapman, Maria Weston
Chapman, Maria Weston

Chase, C. Thurston

Chase, Ezra B.

Chase, Lucien Bonaparte

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)
Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)


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Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)


Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)

Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)
Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)
                           Southern and Western Liberty
Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon   Convention (1845 : Cincinnati,
Portland)                  Ohio)


Cheek, Thomas A.



Cheever, George Barrell



Cheever, George Barrell

Cheever, George Barrell


Cheever, George Barrell

Cheever, George Barrell

Cheever, George Barrell


Cheever, Henry T. (Henry
Theodore)



Chesnut, James




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Chesnut, James

Chevalier, H. Emile (Henri
Emile)

Cheves, Langdon


Chew, John H.

Child, David Lee



Child, David Lee

Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis


Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Childs, David Lee


Christy, David

Christy, David
Christy, David

Christy, David
Ciccotti, Ettore
Citizen

Civis anglicus, pseud



Claggett, William


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Clark, Daniel
Clark, George Washington


Clark, Peter H.
Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus
Wheelwright)
Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus
Wheelwright)

Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus
Wheelwright)


Clarke, Beverly L. (Beverly
Leonidas)

Clarke, James Freeman
Clarke, James Freeman

Clarke, James Freeman


Clarke, Walter




Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas
Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas

Clay, Cassius Marcellus
Clay, Cassius Marcellus



Clay, Cassius Marcellus




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Clay, Cassius Marcellus
Cochin, Augustin
Cochin, Augustin
Cochran, Samuel Davies

Cochran, William Cox



Cockrum, William Monroe
Coggeshall, S. W. (Samuel
Wilde)


Coghlan, John M.


Cole, Arthur Charles

Coleman, A. Lee
Coleman, Elihu
Coleman, J. Winston (John
Winston)
Coleman, J. Winston (John
Winston)


Colfax, Richard H.

Colfax, Schuyler

Colfax, Schuyler


Collamer, Jacob


Collamer, Jacob


Collamer, Jacob



Collamer, Jacob

Collier, Robert R. (Robert
Ruffin)




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Collins, I. G.
Collins, John A.


Collins, John A.
Collyer, Isaac J. P.

Colman, Lucy Newhall Danforth
Coltharp, Jeannette Downes
Colton, Calvin
Colton, Calvin
Colton, Calvin
Colton, Calvin

Colver, Nathaniel

Colwell, Stephen
Colyer, Vincent


Congregationalist director


Converse, J. K. (John Kendrick)

Conway, Moncure Daniel
Conway, Moncure Daniel
Conway, Moncure Daniel
Conway, Moncure Daniel


Cook, Daniel Pope
Cooper, David

Cooper, David

Cooper, Peter
Cooper, Peter
Cooper, William A.
Copley, Esther

Corte Real, J. A. (José Alberto)
Corwin, Gabriel Smith


Corwin, Thomas

Corwin, Thomas


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Corwin, Thomas

Cory, C. E. (Charles Estabrook)
Cosmopolitan

Cotegipe, João Maurício
Wanderley, Barão de
Cotter, Joseph Seamon
Cowan, Alexander M.




Cox, L. M. (Leander Martin)

Cox, Samuel Sullivan


Cox, Samuel Sullivan

Cox, Samuel Sullivan

Cragin, Aaron Harrison



Crandall, Reuben


Crane, William
Crewdson, John M.



Crisfield, John Woodland

Crittenden, John J. (John
Jordan)

Crittenden, John J. (John
Jordan)
Croly, David G. (David
Goodman)
Cromwell, John W. (John
Wesley)

Cromwell, Sidney



Cropper, James


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Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Crosby, Alpheus

Crothers, Samuel


Crothers, Samuel

Crummell, Alexander


Cugoano, Ottobah

Cumback, Will. (William)


Cumback, Will. (William)

Cummins, George D. (George
David)

Curd, William H.

Curry, J. L. M. (Jabez Lamar
Monroe)
Curry, J. L. M. (Jabez Lamar
Monroe)

Curry, J. L. M. (Jabez Lamar
Monroe)



Curtis, George Ticknor
Curtis, George Ticknor
Curtis, George William


Cushing, Caleb


Cushing, Caleb

Cushing, Caleb




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Cushing, Caleb



Cuthbert, Alfred
Cutler, Theodore L.

Cutler, William Parker


Cutting, H. P.


Cutting, Sewall Sylvester

Dabney, Robert Lewis

Daiches, Samuel

Dalhoff, N.


Dana, Richard Henry

Dana, Richard Henry
Darling, Henry


Darlington, William
Daughter of Kentucky

Davidson, Robert


Davis, Henry Winter

Davis, Jefferson



Davis, Jefferson


Davis, Jefferson


Davis, Jefferson




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Davis, Joseph Jonathan



Davy, John

Dawes, Henry L. (Henry
Laurens)

Dawes, William


Day, George Edward

Day, Timothy C. (Timothy
Crane)


Day, W. W. (William W.)
Dayton, William L. (William
Lewis)



De Charms, Richard

De Charms, Richard
De Gurowski, Adam G., count
De Jarnette, D. C. (Daniel
Coleman)

De Jarnette, Daniel C.

De Vinné, Daniel



Dean, Gilbert

Dean, Henry Clay



Dean, Paul

Democratus, pseud


Demund, Isaac S.
Denton, William


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Dessaulles, Louis A.


Dexter, Franklin

Dexter, Henry Martyn
Dickinson, Anna E. (Anna
Elizabeth)



Dickinson, Daniel Stevens


Dickinson, Daniel Stevens

Dickinson, James Taylor

Dickinson, Noadiah Smith
Dickson, Capers

Dickson, Samuel Henry



Dillwyn, William

Dix, John A. (John Adams)
Dixon, Thomas
Dixon, Thomas


Dobbins, J. B.
Dodd, William Edward

Dodge, William Earl
Doggett, Simeon
Donovan, S. K. (Simpson K.)



Doolittle, James R. (James
Rood)

Doolittle, James R. (James
Rood)

Doolittle, James R. (James
Rood)




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Doolittle, James Rood
Dorr, David F.

Dorr, James A. (James
Augustus)


Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick




Downs, Solomon Weathersbee




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Doyle, Martin

Drake, Charles D. (Charles
Daniel)


Drake, Daniel

Dresser, Amos
Dresser, Amos
Dresser, Amos


Dresser, Amos
Dreveton, Théodore
Drewry, William Sidney

Drisler, Henry

                             Conference for the Study of the
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William   Negro Problems (10th : 1905 :
Edward Burghardt)            Atlanta)

Duffield, George
Duke, Basil Wilson
Dunant, Jean Henri

Duncan, Alexander

Duncan, James

Duncan, James
Duniway, C. A. (Clyde
Augustus)
Dunn, Jacob Piatt

Dunne, Henry C.


Dunning, Homer N.
Duque-Estrada, Osorio



Dwight, Theodore




Dye, Deacon
Dymond, Jonathan


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Edgar, Cornelius H. (Cornelius
Henry)

Edge, Frederick Milnes

Edge, Frederick Milnes


Edgerton, Joseph Ketchum


Edgerton, Sidney



Edgerton, Walter

Edwards, B. B. (Bela Bates)
Edwards, B. B. (Bela Bates)




Edwards, Jonathan


Egleston, R. S.

Einhorn, David

Elder, William


Eliot, Thomas Dawes

Eliot, William Greenleaf
Eller, W. H.



Elliot, Charles



Elliott, Charles


Elliott, E. N.
Elliott, William




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Ellis, Alexander


Ellis, George Edward
Ellison, Thomas



Emerson, William H.



England, John

Erwin, Andrew

Estcourt, J. H.
Estlin, J. B. (John Bishop)

Etheridge, Emerson

Etheridge, Emerson


Etheridge, Emerson


Evans, Josiah James


Evans, Lemuel Dale

Everett, Edward


Everett, Edward
Everett, Edward

Everett, Edward

Everett, Edward


Everett, Edward
Ewbank, Thomas


Ewing, Elbert William Robinson




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Ewing, Elbert William Robinson

Ewing, Thomas
F. C.
Fagan, W. L. (William Long)

Farley, E. W. (Ephraim Wilder)

Farnsworth, John Franklin



Farrar, Nathan

Farrow, Henry Pattillo


Faulkner, Thomas C.



Fawcett, Benjamin
Fay, Theodore S. (Theodore
Sedgwick)

Featherstonhaugh, Thomas

Humphrey, Edward P. (Edward
Porter)
Hunt, Cornelius E.

Hunt, James
Hunter, R. M. T. (Robert Mercer
Taliaferro)
Hunter, R. M. T. (Robert Mercer
Taliaferro)

Hunter, Robert Mercer
Taliaferro
Hurd, John C. (John Codman)



Hurd, John C. (John Codman)

Hurd, John C. (John Codman)


Hurd, Rollin C. (Rollin Carlos)




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Hutcheson, R. (Robert)

Hutchins, John



Hutchins, John

Incognitus

Ohio Anti-slavery Society


Olcott, Charles




O'Reilly, Henry



O'Reilly, Henry




O'Reilly, Henry


Origen, pseud

O'Sullivan, John L. (John Louis)

Owen, Robert Dale


Owen, Robert Dale
Øxnæs, C. Berg


Pacificator, pseud
Page, Thomas Nelson



Paine, Albert
Paine, Elijan




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Reynolds, E. W. (Elhanan
Winchester)
Reynolds, E. W. (Elhanan
Winchester)

Rhett, Robert Barnwell

Rhoads, S. (Samuel)

Rice, David

Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)

Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)


Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)
Richardson, Anna H.


Richardson, John G.
Richardson, N. S. (Nathaniel
Smith)
Richardson, W. A. (William
Alexander)

Riddell, William Renwick




Riland, John


                               Great Britain. Parliament



                               Great Britain. Parliament.
                               House of Commons
                               Great Britain. Parliament.
                               House of Commons
                               Great Britain. Parliament.
                               House of Commons

                               Great Britain. Parliament.
                               House of Commons


                               Great Britain. Parliament.
                               House of Lords


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                                  Hibernian Anti-slavery Society.
                                  Dublin Ladies' Association

                                  Jamaica




                                  Jamaica




                                  Jamaica. Assembly



                                  Jamaica. Assembly



                                  Liverpool Society for Promoting
                                  the Abolition of Slavery

                                  Liverpool Society for Promoting
                                  the Abolition of Slavery

                                  Manchester Anti-Slavery
                                  Society


Fee, John Gregg
Fee, John Gregg

Fee, John Gregg
Félice, G. de (Guillaume)
Female of Vermont

Fenton, Reuben E. (Reuben
Eaton)


Fenton, Reuben Eaton

Ferguson, J. B. (Jesse
Babcock)

Fernández Golfín y Ferrer, Luis




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Ferrer de Couto, José

Ferrer de Couto, José


Fessenden, William Pitt


Fessenden, William Pitt



Fessenden, William Pitt


Field, David Dudley

Fillmore, Millard


Fish, Hamilton


Fish, Reeder McCandless


Fisher, Elwood
Fisher, George E. (George
Elisha)

Fisher, George P. (George
Purnell)
Fisher, Joshua Francis

Fisher, Richard Swainson
Fisher, Sidney George
Fisher, Sidney George
Fisher, Sidney George
Fisher, Thomas
Fisher, Thomas


Fisk, Theophilus

Fisk, Wilbur

Fitch, Charles

Fitch, Charles




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Fitch, Charles



Fitch, Graham N. (Graham
Newell)


Fitch, John
Fitzgerald, W. P. N.
Fitzhugh, George


Fletcher, John

Fletcher, Thomas

Flournoy, J. Jacobus (John
Jacobus)



Flournoy, John Jacobus
Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot
Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot
Follen, Eliza Lee Cabot

Fonseca, Luiz Anselmo da


Foote, C. C. (Charles C.)



Foote, Henry S. (Henry Stuart)



Foote, Henry Stuart

Forman, J. G. (Jacob Gilbert)



Forman, J. G. (Jacob Gilbert)


Forrest, Edwin


Forster, W. E. (William Edward)


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Forsyth, John

Forsyth, John


Forsyth, John

Forten, James
Foss, A. T. (Andrew T.)



Foss, John
Foster, Daniel
Foster, Eden B. (Eden
Burroughs)

Foster, Stephen C. (Stephen
Clark)
Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen
Symonds)
Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen
Symonds)
Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen
Symonds)

Fotsch, W. (Wilhelm)

Fotsch, W. (Wilhelm)

Fourcroy, Bonaventure de




Fowler, Orin



Fowler, S. W. (Smith W.)

Fox, Charles Barnard
Fox, Early Lee

Fox, George

Fox, William


Fransioli, Joseph

Free-born Englishman


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Freeman, Frederick


Freeman, Frederick

Freeman, George E.
Frémont, Jessie Benton

Frías y Jacott, Francisco de,
conde de Pozos Dulces
Friend of Humanity
Friend of liberty


Frost, Jennett Blakeslee

Frost, Josephine C., Mrs.

Frothingham, Frederick

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks

Fugitt, James Preston

Fullam, George Townley

Fuller, Richard


Fuller, Richard


Fuller, Richard

Fuller, Richard
Fulton, John


Furman, Richard


Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry




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Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry


Fuzzlebug, Fritz
Galbreath, C. B. (Charles
Burleigh)
Galbreath, C. B. (Charles
Burleigh)
Galbreath, C. B. (Charles
Burleigh)
Gallatin, Albert



Galloway, Samuel


Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles)

Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles)
Ganse, H. D. (Hervey
Doddridge)

Gardiner, O. C. (Oliver
Cromwell)


Garfield, James A. (James
Abram)

Garfield, James Abram,
president U.S.


Garnet, Henry Highland
Garnett, Muscoe R. H. (Muscoe
Russell Hunter)


Garnett, Muscoe Russell Hunter


Garrettson, Freeborn


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Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd



Garrison, William Lloyd


Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd

Gartrell, Lucius J. (Lucius
Jeremiah)

Gasparin, Agénor, comte de


Gasparin, Agénor, comte de



Gaylord, William L.



Geiger, Joseph H.
George, James Z. (James
Zachariah)



Gholson, Thos. S. (Thomas
Saunders)
Gibbs, J. T. (Jesse Thomas)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)




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Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)
Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)
Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)
Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)
Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)
Giddings, Joshua Reed




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Giddings, Joshua Reed



Gihon, John H.

Gilbert, William A.


Gillette, Francis


Gillette, Francis

Gillmer, D. R.


Gilmer, John A. (John Adams)


Gilmer, John A. (John Adams)


Gilmore, J. H. (Joseph Henry)
Gilmore, James R. (James
Roberts)



Gladstone, John, Sir, baronet


Glover, Samuel Taylor
Godwin, Parke

Godwyn, Morgan
Goepp, Charles




Gongora, Joannes de, fl. 1636


Gooch, Daniel Wheelwright




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Goode, William O.
Goodell, William

Goodell, William

Goodell, William


Goodell, William

Goodell, William
Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel
Reaves)


Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel
Reaves)
Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel
Reaves)

Goodloe, Daniel Reaves
Goodrich, Frank B. (Frank
Boott)


                                Peace Conference (February,
Goodrich, John Z.               1861 : Washington, D.C.)
Goodrich, John Z. (John
Zacheus)
Goodrich, William H. (William
Henry)
Goodwin, Daniel R. (Daniel
Raynes)

Goodwin, Thomas Shepard
Gordon, Joseph



Gordon, William Robert


Gorman, Willis Arnold


Grady, Benjamin Franklin

Graffenried, Edward de




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Graham, Sylvester

Graham, William

Grahame, James
Granger, Amos P. (Amos
Phelps)


Granger, Amos Phelps


Granger, Arthur

Grattan, Peachy R.

Gray, Horace

Gray, William Farley
Grayson, William J. (William
John)
Grayson, William J. (William
John)
Grayson, William J. (William
John)




Greeley, Horace



Greeley, Horace



Greeley, Horace

Green, Beriah


Green, Beriah
Green, Beriah

Green, Beriah
Green, Beriah


Green, Beriah




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Green, Beriah
Green, Beriah


Green, Beriah


Green, Elisha Winfield



Green, James Stephen

Green, James Stephen
Green, Samuel B.

Green, Samuel B.



Greene, Charles S., lieut.-col.
61st Pa. infantry

Greenhow, Rose O'Neal



Grégoire, Henri


Grégoire, Henri


Greville, Robert Kaye

Griest, Ellwood



Griffin, Edward Dorr


Griffith, William

Grimes, James W. (James
Wilson)
Grimes, James W. (James
Wilson)
Grimes, William
Grimké, Angelina Emily
Grimké, Angelina Emily


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Grimké, Angelina Emily

Grimké, Angelina Emily
Grimké, Sarah Moore
Grise, George C.

Groscassand-Dorimond, Claude
Marie
Gross, Charles Heebner


Gross, Ezra Carter

Grosvenor, Cyrus Pitt
Grow, Galusha A. (Galusha
Aaron)


Grow, Galusha Aaron
Guild, Samuel Eliot


Gulliver, John Putnam
Gunn, Lewis C. (Lewis          Requited Labor Convention
Carstairs)                     (1838 : Philadelphia, Pa.)

Gurley, Ralph Randolph


Gurley, Ralph Randolph

Gurley, Ralph Randolph
Gurley, Ralph Randolph

Gurley, Ralph Randolph




Gurley, Ralph Randolph

Gurley, Ralph Randolph


Gurney, Joseph John

Guseo, Marco.
Guthrie, Thomas
Haerne, chanoine de
Hagadorn, William, jr.

Haiser, Franz


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Hale, David


Hale, Edward Everett


Hale, John P. (John Parker)


Hale, John P. (John Parker)

Hale, John P. (John Parker)
Hale, Sarah Josepha Buell
Hall, James

Hall, Nathaniel

Hall, Nathaniel


Hall, Nathaniel

Hall, Nathaniel
Hall, Newman


Hall, William A., Rev.

Hallett, Benjamin Franklin

Hamilton, Andrew Jackson
Hamilton, James A. (James
Alexander)
Hamilton, John C. (John
Church)
Hamilton, Joseph Grégoire de
Roulhac


Hamilton, Robert S.


Hamilton, William

Hamilton, William T. (William
Thomas)

Hamilton, William T. (William
Thomas)




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Hamlin, Hannibal


Hamlin, Hannibal

Hammond, James Henry



Hammond, James Henry

Hammond, James Henry


Hammond, James Henry

Hammond, James Henry

Hancock, John

Hancock, John

Hardin, Benjamin

Hardin, John A.
Hardwick, J. P., Mrs.


Harlan, James


Harney, William Selby



Harper, Francis P.


Harper, Robert Goodloe


Harper, William

Harris, Norman Dwight


Harris, Thaddeus Mason

Harris, Thomas L.


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Harris, Thomas L.
Harris, William L. (William
Logan)
Harrison, Lowell H.
Harrison, Richard Almgill
Hart, Albert Bushnell

Hartzel, Jonas




Harvest, George




Haskin, John B. (John Bussing)

Hasted, Frederick

Hasted, Frederick


Hastings, George
Hastings, John K. (John King)

Hatch, Reuben


Haven, Gilbert

Havens, Palmer E.
Haviland, Laura S. (Laura
Smith)



Hawes, Joel
Hayne, Robert Young



Hayne, Robert Young

Hazard, Caroline

Hazard, Rowland Gibson




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Hazard, Thomas R. (Thomas
Robinson)


Hearer
Heathcote, Charles William

Hebbard, William Wallace

Hedge, Frederic Henry
Hedge, Mary Ann


Hendrick, John Thilman
Henning, Thomas


Henningsen, C. F. (Charles
Frederick)

Henry, H. M. (Howell Meadoes)
Henry, J. (Jabez)


Henshaw, Sarah Edwards
Henson, Josiah
Henson, Josiah
Hepworth, George H. (George
Hughes)

Herbert, Hilary A. (Hilary Abner)

Hernández Arvizu, Juan A.
Hernández Iglesias, Fermín
Herndon, Mary E. (Mary Eliza)
Hersey, John



Heston, Alfred M. (Alfred Miller)


Heyrick, Elizabeth


Heyrick, Elizabeth


Hickman, John

Hickman, John


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Hickman, John
Higginson, Francis John

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth

Hildreth, Richard

Hildreth, Richard
Hildreth, Richard



Hill, Isaac




Hillard, Isaac


Hiller, Oliver Prescott
Hillhouse, William

Hillhouse, William
Hilliard, Henry W. (Henry
Washington)

Hillis, Newell Dwight


Hitchcock, Peter
Hitchcock, Roswell D. (Roswell
Dwight)
Hodges, Charles E. (Charles
Edward)
Hodges, William Romaine


Hodgkin, Thomas
Hodgson, Studholme

Hoffmeister, J. M. (Jonathan M.)


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Hoit, T. W. (True Worthy)

Holbrook, John C. (John Calvin)

Holcombe, James Philemon

Holcombe, William H. (William
Henry)
Holcombe, William H. (William
Henry)

Holland, Edwin C. (Edwin
Clifford)


Holley, Myron



Hollick, Frederick



Holly, James Theodore


Hopkins, John Henry

Hopkins, John Henry


Hopkins, John Henry



Hopkins, John Henry



Hopkins, Samuel

Hopper, Isaac T. (Isaac Tatem)


Hopper, Isaac T. (Isaac Tatem)


Horsmanden, Daniel



Horsmanden, Daniel


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Hosmer, William

Hosmer, William


Hossack, John

Hovey, Horace Carter


Hovey, Sylvester
Howard, Jas. H. W. (James H.
W.)

Howard, Luke

Howe, Daniel Wait




Howe, Henry

Howe, S. G. (Samuel Gridley)

Howe, Timothy O. (Timothy
Otis)

Howitt, William

Howitt, William
Hrdlicka, Aleš


Hubbard, Henry



Hudson, Charles
Hudson, Eduard Maco.

Hughes, Thomas


Hughston, Jonas A.
Hugo, Victor

Hume, John F. (John Ferguson)

Indianian
Ingersoll, Charles
Ingersoll, Charles Jared


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Ingram, John K. (John Kells)



Ivimey, Joseph


J. M.


Jack, Charles James
Jack, Isaac Allen
Jackson, James Caleb

Jackson, John




Jacobs, Ferdinand

Jacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann)

Jacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann)
Jacobs, Harriet Brent

James, Henry Field


James, Horace

Jameson, Russell Parsons

Jamieson, John
Japheth
Jarvis, Edward


Jarvis, Russell

Jastrow, Ignaz

Jay, John



Jay, John


Jay, John

Jay, John


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Jay, John


Jay, John




Jay, John

Jay, William


Jay, William


Jay, William

Jay, William
Jay, William

Jay, William
Jay, William
Jay, William
Jay, William



Jay, William

Jay, William
Jennings, Paul
Jermon, J. Wagner
Jernegan, Marcus Wilson
Jervis, John B. (John
Bloomfield)

Johnson, H. U. (Homer Uri)
Johnson, James Weldon
Johnson, John


Johnson, Oliver

Johnson, Oliver

Johnson, Oliver




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Johnson, Oliver

Johnson, Reverdy

Johnson, Robert Ward

Johnson, Samuel




Johnson, William Cost
Johnson, William D.

Johnson, William D. (William
Decker)
Johnston, Elizabeth Bryant
Johnston, James F.
Johnston, John B.

Johnston, William



Johnston, William

Johnstone, Elizabeth
Jolliffe, John

Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe)

Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe)


Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe)



Jones, Charles Colcock


Jones, Charles Colcock
Jones, Charles Colcock
Jones, Charles Edgeworth

Jones, J. B. (John Beauchamp)
Jones, J. Elizabeth, (Jane
Elizabeth)




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Judson, Andrew T. (Andrew
Thompson)
Judson, Elisha

Juge, M. A.


Julian, George Washington

Julian, George Washington
Julian, George Washington



Julian, George Washington
Junkin, George

Junkin, George



Junkin, George

Juridicus, pseud


Kaufman, David Spangler


Keefer, Justus



Keep, John


Keifer, Joseph Warren


Keitt, Laurence Massillon

Kelley, William D. (William
Darrah)
Kelley, William D. (William
Darrah)


Kellogg, William




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Kellogg, William
Kelly, Florence (Finch), Mrs.


Kelsey, William H.

Kendall, Amos
Kendrick, John Mills

Kennedy, Anthony


Kennedy, John


Kennedy, John


Kennedy, John H. (John Herron)


Kennedy, John Pendleton

Kennedy, John Pendleton




Kenrick, John
Kercheval, Samuel

Kettell, George F.



Kettell, Thomas Prentice


Kidder, Daniel P. (Daniel Parish)


Kidder, Daniel P. (Daniel Parish)



King, Daniel P. (Daniel Putnam)




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King, Preston

King, Rufus



King, Rufus

King, T. Butler (Thomas Butler)
Kingsbury, Harmon


Kingsford, Edward

Kingsley, Vine Wright



Kingsley, Z. (Zephaniah)
Kirk, Edward Norris
Kirk, John Foster

Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles
Pinckney)
Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles
Pinckney)



Kirwan, Thomas

Kitchel, H. D. (Harvey Denison)
Kittle, William

Kittredge, Frank Edward


Knibb, William

Knox, John, Rev., L.M., pseud
Knox, Robert
Koster, Henry



Krebs, John M. (John Michael)




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La Rocque, M. de (André Jean)
Laboulaye, Edouard

Laboulaye, Edouard
Laboulaye, Edouard
Labra, Rafael M. de (Rafael
María)



Lacerda, Pedro Maria de, Bp

Lacroix, Pamphile, vicomte de

Lafon, Thomas
Lamar, L. Q. C. (Lucius Quintus
Cincinnatus)
Lamar, Mirabeau Bonapart
Landon, Fred

Landon, Fred

Landrum, John Morgan



Lane, James Henry
Lane, James Henry


Lane, Joseph



Langdon, Timothy


Larned, Edwin Channing

Larwood, Jacob
Lascelles, E. C. P. (Edward
Charles Ponsonby)


Latham, Milton S. (Milton
Slocumb)

Latrobe, John H. B. (John
Hazlehurst Boneval)


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Latrobe, John, H. B. (John
Hazlehurst Boneval)


Laurens, Edward R.



Laurens, Henry


Lawrence, Catherine S.
Lawrence, John


Lawrence, Sidney

Lawrence, William Beach

Laws, W. J. (William Joseph)

Learned, Joseph D.

Lecomte, Ferdinand


Lecomte, Ferdinand

Lee


Lee, Arthur



Lee, Charles Henry
Lee, Luther



Leeds, Eli R.



Legion

Legrand, John Carroll



Leigh, Benjamin Watkins




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Leigh, Benjamin Watkins

Leigh, Benjamin Watkins

Leiter, Benjamin Franklin
Leland, Charles Godfrey
Leland, Charles Godfrey


Leng, William Christopher, Sir
Lester, C. Edwards (Charles
Edwards)
Lester, C. Edwards (Charles
Edwards)

Letcher, John

Letourneau, Charles Jean Marie
Levasnier, Francis E.

Lewis, Evan


Lewis, Evan

Lewis, John W., Eld
Lewis, Joseph J.


Lewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)



Lieber, Francis
Lieber, Francis




Lieber, Francis

Ligging, Josephn

Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln, Abraham




Lincoln, Abraham


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Lincoln, Abraham


Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln, Abraham, President,
U.S.

Lincoln, Jarius
Lindley, Harlow

Lindsley, Philip



Linstant Pradine, S., baron

Lintz, Frederick Gustav

Little, Laura Jane (Roys), Mrs.

Little, Lucius P.



Livermore, George

Lloyd, G. W.




Lobé, Guillaume

Locke, David Ross

Logan, John Alexander
Logan, John Alexander

Loguen, Jermain Wesley


Long, Alexander

Long, Daniel Albright



Long, John Dixon




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Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin

Looker on

Lord, Charles Eliphalet

Lord, Daniel



Lord, John Chase
Lord, John Chase

Lord, Nathan

Lord, Nathan
Loria, A.


Lounsbury, Thomas
Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)
Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)
Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)

Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)
Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)

Lovejoy, Owen


Lovejoy, Owen

Lovewell, Lyman
Lowell, James Russell
Lowell, James Russell



Lowry, James

Lugenbeel, J. W. (James
Washington)

Lundy, John P. (John Patterson)

Lunt, George


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Luther, Jr.

Lyle, William W.

Lyman, Darius
Lyon, James Adair
Macalay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary


Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary




MacBeth, James
MacDonald, James M. (James
Madison)

Mack, Alonzo W.
MacMahon, T. W.


MacNaul, Willard C. (Willard
Carey)

Macon, Nathaniel
Macrae, David
Macy, Jesse

Maffitt, John Newland



Maginnis, F.
Mahan, Milo


Mahony, D. A. (Dennis A.)

Malespine, A.


Mallory, Robert


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Mandar-Argeaut

Mandry, Gustav

Mann, Charles W. (Charles
Wesley)


Mann, Horace
Mann, Horace
Mann, Horace


Mann, Horace




Mann, Horace


Mann, Horace



Mann, Horace



Mann, Horace
Mansfeldt, Julius
Mansfeldt, Julius
Mantegazza, Vico.
Manzano, Juan Francisco

Mar Quack, Martin


March, Daniel

Marquand, Henri E.
Marsh, Leonard




Marshall, S. S. (Samuel Scott)


Marshall, S. S. (Samuel Scott)


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Marshall, S. S. (Samuel Scott)




Marshall, Thomas Francis
Marshall, Thomas, of Fauquier
Co., Va.
Martin, Asa Earl




Martin, Henry William, Sir
Martineau, Harriet

Martineau, Harriet



Martineau, Harriet
Martineau, Harriet
Martineau, Harriet
Marvin, Abijah P. (Abijah
Perkins)
Marvin, Dudley

Mason, James Murray
Mason, Richard R.

Mason, Vroman

Massachusetts farmer
Massachusetts Junior, pseud

Massie, J. W. (James William)


Massie, J. W. (James William)



Matlack, Lucius C.

Matlack, Lucius C.


Matlack, Lucius C.
Matthews, Albert




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Matthews, Essie Collins


Mattison, Hiram

Maxwell, A. E. (Augustus
Emmett)

Maxwell, A. E. (Augustus
Emmett)


May, Henry
May, James
May, Samuel
May, Samuel
May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)


May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)
May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)
May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)


May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)

Mayo, A. D. (Amory Dwight)




M'Carter, J. Mayland
McCabe, James Dabney



McCaine, Alexander

McCall, Eli Robinson

McClernand, John A. (John
Alexander)

McDonogh, John

McDonogh, John


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McDowell, James

McDowell, Joseph Jefferson

McDowell, Joseph Nashe
McElroy, John

McEwen, Abel
McGill, Alexander T. (Alexander
Taggart)

McGill, Alexander Taggart

McIntosh, Maria J. (Maria Jane)


McKeen, Silas
McKenney, Samuel

McLanahan, J. X. (James
Xavier)




McLane, Louis
McLaughlin, Andrew
Cunningham
McLaughlin, John
                                  Christian Anti-Slavery
McLean, D. H. A.                  Convention

M'Clintock, Thomas


McMurray, William
McQuiston, Raymer

Meacham, James, 1810-1856

Meadley, George Wilson
Meagher, Thomas Francis
Medico, pseud

Meigs, Henry

Mell, P. H. (Patrick Hues)

Mellen, G. W. F. (George
Washington Frost)
Mellor, Enoch


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Melville, Herman



Member of the Board

Member of the Cincinnati bar


Member of the Philadelphia bar
Memminger, C. G. (Christopher
Gustavus)

Mercier, Alfred
Merle d'Aubigné, J. H. (Jean
Henri)

Merriam, George Spring

Métral, Antoine


Meynardie, E. J. (Elias James)

Michelbacher, M. J. (Maximilian
J.)

Middleton, Henry

Mifflin, Warner


Mifflin, Warner


Mignard, Jacques
Milburn, Page
Milburn, William Henry
Miles, James Warley


Miles, Thomas Jefferson
Mill, John Stuart

Miller, C. W.

Miller, H. L.


Miller, Marion Mills




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Miller, Samuel

Mills, Robert Curtis
Milner, Thomas Hughes
Miner, Charles

Minister of the Gospel, in
Massachusetts


Mitchell, George Washington
M'Keehan, Hattia
M'Leod, Alexander

Monod, Guillaume



Monroe, James
Montagu, Robert Lord
Montgomery, James
Montgomery, James
Montgomery, John T. (John
Teackle)

Montrol, F. de (François)
Moody, Loring
Moore, Dugald



Moore, Ely

Moore, Frank


Moore, Frank
Moore, Frank


Moore, Gabriel

Moore, Henry D.
Moraes Filho, Evaristo de
More, Hannah

Moreau de Saint-Méry, M. L. E.
(Médéric Louis Elie)
Morford, Henry


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Morgan, Edwin Barber

Morgan, Edwin Vernon



Morrill, Justin S. (Justin Smith)


Morrill, Lot M. (Lot Myrick)

Morris, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)

Morris, Daniel


Morris, Edward Joy

Morris, Robert D. (Robert
Desha)

Morris, Thomas

Morris, Thomas
Morris, William

Morse, Isaac Edward

Morse, Isaac Edward

Morse, Samuel Finley Breese

Morse, Samuel Finley Breese
Morse, Sidney E. (Sidney
Edwards)
Morse, Sidney E. (Sidney
Edwards)
Morse, Sidney E. (Sidney
Edwards)
Mortimer, J.
Morton, E. J.


Morton, Jeremiah

Mosely, Moses
Motley, John Lothrop




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Motte, Standish

Mudge, Zachariah Atwell
Munford, Beverley B. (Beverley
Bland)
Murdock, William David Clark

Murphy, Henry Cruse

Murray, Daniel Alexander Payne

Murray, M.

Murray, Orson S.
Mussey, Osgood
Musson, Eugène

Myer, Isaac

Nadal, B. H. (Bernard Harrison)

Neale, Samuel

Neill, Henry
Nelson, David


Nelson, John


Nemo, pseud

Nevin, Edwin H. (Edwin Henry)

New England Yearly Meeting of
Friends (Conservative : 1845-
1945). Executive Committee
Newell, R. H. (Robert Henry)


Newhall, Fales Henry

Newman, Francis William
Newman, Francis William

Niblack, William E. (William
Ellis)




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Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith)



Nichols, Thomas Low
Nieboer, H. J. (Herman
Jeremias)


Niles, John M. (John Milton)



Nisbet, Richard
Nixon, Barnaby

Nixon, John T. (John
Thompson)
Noble, Frederick A. (Frederick
Alphonso)

Nordhoff, Charles


Nordhoff, Charles

North Carolinian

North Carolinian

Northrup, A. Judd (Ansel Judd)

Norton, Jesse O.

Norwood, John Nelson
Nossiter, Bernard D.
Nott, Benjamin
Nott, Benjamin

Nott, Samuel

Nott, Samuel

Nott, Samuel

Nott, Samuel
Nourse, James

O. C.




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Ober, Benjamin
Oberbauer, Julius C.

O'Connell, Daniel

O'Connell, Daniel
O'Connell, Daniel



O'Connell, Daniel
O'Connell, Daniel
Ogg, Frederic Austin

Paine, Levi L. (Levi Leonard)



Paine, Lewis W.



Paine, Lewis W.

Palfrey, John Gorham
Palfrey, John Gorham
Palfrey, John Gorham

Palfrey, John Gorham


Palfrey, John Gorham

Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin
Morgan)
Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin
Morgan)
Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin
Morgan)

Palmer, Ray


Parker, Joel

Parker, Joel

Parker, Joel
Parker, Joel




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Parker, Joel

Parker, Joel

Parker, Theodore
Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore


Parker, Theodore
Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore
Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore


Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore




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Parker, Theodore

                              Massachusetts Anti-slavery
                              Convention (1858 : Boston,
Parker, Theodore              Mass.)

                              New England Anti-Slavery
Parker, Theodore              Convention

Parker, Wooster




Parrish, John
Parsons, Theophilus
Parton, James
Partridge, J. Arthur

Pastor
Patterson, Robert Mayne
Patton, William
Patton, William W. (William
Weston)

Patton, William W. (William
Weston)
Patton, William W. (William
Weston)
Patton, William W. (William
Weston)

Patton, William W. (William
Weston)
Patton, William W. (William
Weston)

Patton, William Weston

Paul, D.

Paul, Nathaniel



Paulding, James Kirke
Paulding, James Kirke

Paxton, J. D. (John D.)


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Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew
Preston)
Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew
Preston)
Peabody, Ephraim

Peabody, William Bourn Oliver

Peacocke, James S.



Pearce, James Alfred


Pearce, John J.

Pearl, Cyril


Pease, Giles



Peck, George

Peck, John Mason



Peck, Lucius B.


Peckard, Peter

Peckham, James


Peckham, Rufus W.



Peel, Robert, Sir



Peel, Robert, Sir


Peissner, Elias
Pelletan, Eugène




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Pemberton, Ebenezer


Pendleton, George Hunt
Penn, William

Penniman, Purcell


Pennington, James W. C.


Pennington, James W. C.


Perkins, Frederic B. (Frederic
Beecher)



Perkins, G. W. (George William)


Perkins, Justin

Perry, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)




Perry, John J. (John Jasiel)


Perry, John J. (John Jasiel)


Perry, Nehemiah




Peters, Richard



Petersen, Frederick A.
Peterson, Charles J. (Charles
Jacobs)


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Peterson, Daniel H.


Pettit, Eber M.


Pettit, William V.
Phelps Amos A. (Amos
Augustus)

Phelps, Amos A. (Amos
Augustus)

Phelps, Samuel Shethar
Philip, Charles

Phillips, Stephen C. (Stephen
Clarendon)

Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell
Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell


Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell


Phillips, Wendell
Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell
Phillips, Wendell
                                Worcester Disunion
                                Convention (1857 : Worcester,
Phillips, Wendell               Mass.)




Philpot, Francis
Pickens, F. W. (Francis
Wilkinson)


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Pickens, F. W. (Francis
Wilkinson)
Pickens, F. W. (Francis
Wilkinson)

Pierce, Edward Lillie




Pierce, Franklin

Pierpont, John
Pierson, Emily Catharine
Pierson, Hamilton W. (Hamilton
Wilcox)
Pike, Albert

Pike, F. A. (Frederick Augustus)
Pilaski, Alphonsus
Pillsbury, Parker
Pillsbury, Parker
Pillsbury, Parker

Pinckney, Henry Laurens
Pinckney, Thomas

Pinkney, William
Plain man, who signed the
petition at Derby
Plake, Kate
Pleasants, Mary Minta


Plover, Hiram
Plumb, David


Plumer, William


Plumer, William
Plumer, William S. (William
Swan)


Pollard, Edward Alfred
Pollard, Edward Alfred




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Pollard, Edward Alfred
Pollard, Edward Alfred
Pollard, Edward Alfred

Pomeroy, S. C. (Samuel Clarke)

Poole, William Frederick

Pope, Samuel

Porter, Albert Gallatin

Porter, John K. (John Kilham)

Portuondo y Barceló, Bernardo
Potter, Reuben M. (Reuben
Marmaduke)
Potts, Eugenia Dunlap, Mrs.


Poulain, Ernest

Poussielgue, Achille

Powell, Aaron M. (Aaron Macy)



Powell, L. W. (Lazarus
Whitehead)



Power, John H. (John Hamilton)

Pratt, Minot



Prentiss, Samuel
Preston, Margaret Junkin
Preston, William Campbell
Price, Robert

Price, Thomas

Priest, Josiah




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Priest, Josiah



Prigg, Edward

Prime, Nathaniel S. (Nathaniel
Scudder)
Pringle, Edward J.
Prussing, Eugene Ernst


Pugh, George E. (George Ellis)
Pugh, George Ellis

Pugh, James L. (James
Lawrence)


Pullen, William H.


Purviance, Samuel A.

Purvis, Robert

Putnam, George

Putnam, John Milton
Putnam, Mary Burnham
Putnam, Mary Lowell
Putnam, Mary Lowell
Pye, S.

Quackenbos, G. P. (George
Payn)
Quaife, Milo Milton
Quaw, James E.

Queal, William G.

Quincy, Edmund


Quitman, John Anthony



Raimond, Julien


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Ramsay, James
Rand, Asa
Randolph, J. Thornton

Rankin, John

Rankin, John

Rankin, John
Rantoul, Robert



Rantoul, Robert




Rantoul, Robert

Raphall, Morris J. (Morris
Jacob)



Ray, William
Raymond, Daniel
Raymond, Henry J. (Henry
Jarvis)


Raymond, Henry J. (Henry
Jarvis)

Rayner, Kenneth

Read, Hollis


Read, John M. (John Meredith)



Read, John M. (John Meredith)

Reade, Thaddeus Constantine
Reagan, John H. (John
Henninger)




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Recent tourist
Redpath, James

Reed, Henry
Reed, John Calvin
Reed, William B. (William
Bradford)



Reeder, Robert S.



Reese, David Meredith

Reese, David Meredith


Reich, Emil
Reid, James


Reid, Joseph B.

Reilley, Edward C.
Republican


Revocet, Samuel



Ritter, George



Röbert, Charles Edwin

Roberts, Joseph J. (Joseph
Jenkins)
Roberts, Maggie
Roberts, Samuel
Robertson, D. A. (Daniel A.)



Robertson, John, Jr.


Robinson, Conway


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Robinson, E. T.




Robinson, John


Robinson, John Bell
Robinson, Leigh
Robson, W., of Warrington,
Eng.

Rockwell, John A. (John Arnold)

Rodgers, G. B.


Rogers, E. C. (Edward Coit)

Rogers, James B.

Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody

Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody


Rollins, Edward Henry



Rollins, Edward Henry



Rollins, James Sidney

Roman, C. V. (Charles Victor)
Rondeau, James
Rooker, Alfred

Root, David

Root, David

Root, David
Ross, Alexander Milton
Ross, Alexander Milton



Ross, Charles J.


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Ross, F. A. (Frederick
Augustus)
Ross, F. A. (Frederick
Augustus)


Ross, Thomas


Roy, J. E. (Joseph Edwin)
Ruffin, Edmund



Ruffner, Henry



Ruffner, William Henry



Ruggles, David

Ruggles, David

Rush, Caroline E.

Rushton, Edward

Russell, Henry
Russell, William Howard, Sir


Russo, Pasquale

Ryland, Robert
S., Cae




Sackett, William Augustus




Sage, Russell
Sainte-Croix, Félix Renouard,
marquis de




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Salter, William
Sampson, Marmaduke B.
(Marmaduke Blake)
Samson, G. W. (George
Whitefield)
Sanborn, F. B. (Franklin
Benjamin)
Sanborn, F. B. (Franklin
Benjamin)
Sanborn, F. B. (Franklin
Benjamin)

Sanromá, Joaquín María
Sargent, Epes
Sargent, Epes
Sargent, F. W. (Fitzwilliam)


Saunders, Prince

                                  American Convention for
                                  Promoting the Abolition of
                                  Slavery and Improving the
                                  Condition of the African Race
Saunders, Prince                  (15th : 1818 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
Savage, W. Sherman (William
Sherman)



Sawyer, George S.

Sawyer, Leicester A. (Leicester
Ambrose)
                                  General Anti-slavery
Scales, Thomas                    Convention (London)


Schade, Loui
Schaff, Philip
Schaub, Friedrich

Schilling, John L.

Schilling, John L.


Schilling, John L.

Schmidt, Karl Adolf


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Schœlcher, Victor

Schomburg, Arthur A.
Schurz, Carl



Schurz, Carl


Schurz, Carl

Schurz, Carl

Schurz, Carl
Schurz, Carl


Schurz, Carl

Scoble, John

Scoble, John

Scott, John



Scott, Orange
Scott, Orange


Scott, Orange

Scott, Robert E. (Robert Eden)




Scott, W. A. (William Anderson)
Scribner, Isaac W.
Seabrook, Whitemarsh
Benjamin
Seabrook, Whitemarsh
Benjamin

Seabury, Samuel

Seaman, Ezra C. (Ezra
Champion)




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Searle, L. C., Mrs.
Sears, David
Sears, Edmund H. (Edmund
Hamilton)

Sedgwick, Theodore




Sedgwick, Theodore

Segar, Joseph Eggleston


Segar, Joseph Eggleston

Selden, R. E. (Richard Ely)
Sellery, George C. (George
Clarke)



Senior, Nassau William

Sergeant, John


Serle, Ambrose

Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry
Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry




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Seward, William Henry
Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry
Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry
Seward, William Henry

Seymour, Horatio


Shaffner, Tal. P. (Taliaferro
Preston)
Shaler, Nathaniel Southgate
Shanafelt, J. R.


                                Pro-slavery Convention of the
Shannon, James                  State of Missouri
Sharp, Granville




Sharp, Granville



Sharp, Granville


Sharp, Granville
Shaw, Benjamin
Shaw, Benjamin
Shedd, William Greenough
Thayer




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Shellabarger, Samuel


Sherman, Henry


Sherman, John


Sherman, John



Sherman, John


Sherman, John
Sherman, John



Sherwood, Lorenzo
Shillitoe, Thomas
Shipherd, Jacob R. (Jacob
Rudd)


Shorter, Eli Sims
Shortridge, Wilson Porter
Sihler, W. (Wilhelm)




Silva Mafra, Manuel da
Silverman, Jason H.
Simmons, George F. (George
Frederick)

Simmons, George F. (George
Frederick)


Simms, William E. (William
Elliott)



Simpson, John Hawkins




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Sims, Alexander D. (Alexander
Dromgoole)

Sinclair, Peter, Abolitionist


Skelton, Charles
Sketch, Walter


Slade, William



Slade, William
Slaughter, Philip



Slicer, Henry

Sloan, James A.


Sloane, J. R. W. (James
Renwick Wilson)


Sloane, J. R. W. (James
Renwick Wilson)
Slocum, William N. (William
Neill)



Small, Jonathan



Smectymnuus


Smith, Caleb B. (Caleb Blood)



Smith, Delazon


Smith, E.




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Smith, E.

Smith, E.



Smith, E. H. (Elihu Hubbard)


Smith, Edward Dunlap
Smith, Frederick
Smith, Gerrig
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit

Smith, Gerrit

Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit

Smith, Gerrit


Smith, Gerrit

Smith, Goldwin
Smith, Goldwin

Smith, Goldwin
Smith, James
Smith, James


Smith, James Lindsay



Smith, Jeremiah


Smith, Joseph Tate
Smith, L.

Smith, L. M.


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Smith, Theodore Clarke

Smith, Theodore Clarke

Smith, Truman


Smith, Truman


Smith, William Henry
Smith, William Henry
Smith, William N. H. (William
Nathan Harrell)
Smith, William N. H. (William
Nathan Harrell)



Smith, William Russell


                                Convention of the people of the
                                state of Alabama (1861 :
Smith, William Russell          Montgomery)

Smithers, Nathaniel B.
(Nathaniel Barratt)
Smyth, Alexander
Smythe, James M.
Snyder, W. H.
Son of a blacksmith
Southern inquirer



Spatafora, Bartolomeo
Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel
Thayer)
Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel
Thayer)

Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel
Thayer)
Spear, Samuel T. (Samuel
Thayer)

Spears, John Randolph
Speed, James

Speed, Joseph J.




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Spencer, Charles S.

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)
Sperry, Earl Evelyn


Spindler, Adaline Bream
Spofford, Ainsworth Rand

Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander

St. Paul, Henry
Stafford, A. O. (Alphonso
Orenzo)


Stanley, Jacob
Stanly, Edward


Stanly, Edward




Stanton, Benjamin

Stanton, Elizabeth (Cady), Mrs.


Stanton, Frederick P.


Stanton, Henry B. (Henry
Brewster)


Stanton, Robert Livingston




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Stanton, Robert Livingston

Staples, N. A. (Nahor Augustus)


Starnes, Ebenezer
Starr, Frederick


Starr, Frederick
Stearns, Charles
Stearns, Frank Preston



Stearns, Isaac


Stearns, William A. (William
Augustus)
Stearns, William A. (William
Augustus)



Stebbins, Giles Badger




Stedman, John Gabriel


Steele, Daniel


Steele, Daniel

Steele, John B. (John Benedict)

Steinthal, S. Alfred

Stephen, James




Stephen, James


Stephens, Alexander Hamilton


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Stephens, Alexander Hamilton
Stephens, H. Marion (Harriet
Marion)




Sterne, Henry
Sterret, James

Steuart, R. S. (Richard Sprigg)

Stevens, Charles

Stevens, Thaddeus


Stevens, Thaddeus


Stevens, Thaddeus
Stevens, William


Steward, Austin


Stewart, Alvan
Stewart, Alvan




Stewart, Charles


Stewart, Gideon Tabor

Stewart, James Augustus



Stewart, James Augustus

Stiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay)

Stiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay)
Stiles, William H. (William
Henry)




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Stillé, Charles J. (Charles
Janeway)

Stockton, Robert Field

Stockton, T. H. (Thomas
Hewlings)

Stone, A. L. (Andrew Leete)
Stone, A. L. (Andrew Leete)
Stone, Jacob L.
Stone, Thomas T. (Thomas
Treadwell)


Storrs, George


Storrs, George

Storrs, Richard S. (Richard
Salter)


Storrs, Richard S. (Richard
Salter)
Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth
(Beecher), Mrs.
Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth
(Beecher), Mrs.

Stratton, Samuel
Streeter, S. W.

Stringfellow, B. F. (Benjamin F.)


Stringfellow, Thornton
Stringfellow, Thornton

Stringfellow, Thornton
Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)
Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)




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Stuart, Charles




Stuart, Charles


Stuart, Charles Edward
Stuart, Moses
Stuart, Ruth McEnery

Sturge, Edmund
Sturge, Joseph



Sturge, Joseph

Sturges, Joseph

Sullivan, Thomas Russel
Sullivan, Thomas Russel

Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles




Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles




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Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles




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Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles
Sunderland, B. (Byron)

Sunderland, La Roy

Sunderland, La Roy

Sunderland, La Roy



Sunderland, La Roy


Sunderland, La Roy


Sweat, Lorenzo De Medici
Swift, Morrison Isaac




Swift, Zephaniah

Swinton, William
Swisshelm, Jane Grey Cannon,
Mrs.
Sylvain, Benito
Talbot, Thomas H. (Thomas
Hammond)



Talbott, Albert Gallatin


Tallmadge, James
Tangorra-Milano, Angelo
Tappan, Lewis


Tappan, Lewis
Tappan, Lewis
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Taylor, Hannis

Taylor, James W. (James
Wickes)

Taylor, John


Taylor, John L. (John Lampkin)


Taylor, Thomas J.
Tennessean
Terrill, Lewis Halsey

Texan

Thacher, George


Thayer, Eli

Thayer, Eli


Thayer, Eli
Thayer, M. Russell (Martin
Russell)
Thérou, l'abbé, curé d'Epinay

Thomas, Abel C. (Abel Charles)

Thomas, Benjamin Franklin




Thomas, E.

Thomas, Thomas E. (Thomas
Ebenezer)



Thomas, William
Thome, James A. (James
Armstrong)


Thome, James A. (James
Armstrong)


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Armstrong)
Thome, James A. (James
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Thompson, George




Thompson, George




Thompson, George
Thompson, George
Thompson, George



Thompson, George



Thompson, George

Thompson, George



Thompson, George

Thompson, George

Thompson, Joseph Parrish
Thompson, Joseph Parrish
Thompson, Joseph Parrish



Thompson, Lafayette
Thompson, Richard W. (Richard
Wigginton)
Thomson, Andrew
Thomson, Andrew
Thomson, Andrew




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Thomson, Andrew
Thoreau, Henry David
Thorne, James A.


Thornton, T. C. (Thomas C.)

Thornwell, James Henley


Thorp, Henry W.



Thorpe, Robert


Tiffany, Joel
Tiffany, Nina Moore

Tilden, Daniel R. (Daniel Rose)


Tilden, Daniel R. (Daniel Rose)


Tilmon, Levin
Tilton, Theodore


Tilton, Theodore

Tilton, Theodore
Tobie, Edward Parsons


Tompkins, Cydnor Bailey

Toombs, Robert Augustus

Toombs, Robert Augustus

Toombs, Robert Augustus
Townsend, Hannah
Townsend, John


Townsend, John




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Townshend, N. S. (Norton
Strange)

Townshend, N. S. (Norton
Strange)

Tracy, Joseph



Trafton, Mark


Trafton, Mark


Train, George Francis
Train, George Francis
Treadwell, S. B. (Seymour
Boughton)

Tremain, Mary
Tremble, William
Trescot, William Henry

Trimble, Robert

Trollope, Frances Milton
Trotter, William B.
Trowbridge, J. T. (John
Townsend)
Trowbridge, J. T. (John
Townsend)


Troy, William



Trumbull, Lyman

Trumbull, Lyman

Trumbull, Lyman

Trumbull, Lyman


Tucker, Beverley




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Tucker, George

Tucker, George, Saint


Tucker, John Randolph

Tucker, St. George

Tuckey, Mary B.

Tufts, J. B.

Tufts, Samuel N.

Tuke, Henry
Turner, Edward Raymond
Turner, Edward Raymond


Turner, Jonathan Baldwin
Tyler, E. R. (Edward Royall)

Tyng, Dudley Atkins

Tyson, J. Washington (Joseph
Washington)


Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts)


Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts)
Underwood, John Cox
Underwood, Joseph R. (Joseph
Rogers)




Underwood, Joseph Rogers

Upham, Charles Wentworth


Upham, Charles Wentworth



Urquhart, Thomas


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Utley, H. T.



Vail, Stephen M. (Stephen
Montford)

Vail, Stephen M. (Stephen
Montford)
Valladão, Alfredo
Vallandigham, Clement L.
(Clement Laird)
Vallandigham, James L. (James
Laird)



Van Buren, Martin


Van Buren, Martin, President,
U.S.

Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry
Jackson)

Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry
Jackson)
Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry
Jackson)

Van Dyke, Henry J. (Henry
Jackson)

Van Dyke, Henry Jackson

Van Dyke, John



Van Dyke, John

Van Evrie, John H.

Van Evrie, John H.

Van Horn, Burt

Van Horn, Burt

Van Horne, John Douglass
Van Meter, Benjamin Franklin


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Van Rensselaer, Cortlandt


Van Trump, Philadelph


Van Wyck, Charles Henry

Vaux, Roberts


Vaux, Roberts


Venable, A. W. (Abraham
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Verot, Augustine, bishop
Vidi
Viger, Jacques

Vigornius




Vincent, James


Vindex, pseud

Vingut, Gertrude (Fairfield), Mrs.




Vinton, Samuel Finley


Vliet, Leonard van
Voice from Kentucky
Voorhees, Daniel W. (Daniel
Wolsey)


Voorhees, Daniel Wolsey




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Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)


Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)

Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)


Wade, B. F. (Benjamin Franklin)

Wade, Edward


Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew

Waldo, Otis H. (Otis Harvey)


Waldron, Henry

Walker, Charles T. (Charles
Thomas)


Walker, Daniel
Walker, David


Walker, George Leon



Walker, I.P. (Isaac Pigeon)


Walker, Jonathan
Walker, Jonathan
Walker, Jonathan



Walker, Robert

Walker, Robert J. (Robert John)


Walker, Robert J. (Robert John)

Walker, Susan




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Wall, Garret D. (Garret Dorset)


Wall, James W. (James Walter)

Wallace, Cyrus W. (Cyrus
Washington)




Wallace, Daniel


Waller, James Breckinridge
Ward, Jonathan
Ward, Jonathan

Ward, Samuel Ringgold
Ware, John F. W. (John
Fothergill Waterhouse)

Warner, Hiram



Warren, E. W. (Ebenezer W.)

Warren, Edwin R.

Washburn, C. C. (Cadwallader
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Washburn, Israel

Washburn, Israel



Washburn, Israel


Washburn, Israel
Washburne, E. B. (Elihu
Benjamin)


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Washington, Booker T.


Washington, Booker T.

Washington, Booker Taliaferro


Webb, J. Watson (James
Watson)
Webb, J. Watson (James
Watson)
Webb, J. Watson (James
Watson)


Webb, Richard Davis

Webb, Samuel                    Anti-slavery Convention
Webb, William



Webster, Daniel


Webster, Daniel
Webster, Daniel



Webster, Daniel

Webster, Daniel

Webster, Daniel




Webster, Delia Ann
Webster, John Calvin
Webster, Noah
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Weld, Theodore Dwight

Weld, Theodore Dwight

Weld, Theodore Dwight

Weld, Theodore Dwight


Weld, Theodore Dwight


Welker, Martin

Weller, John B.

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Wells, Alfred
Weston, George M. (George
Melville)



Wheat, M. T. (Marvin T.)


Wheaton, Nathaniel Sheldon


Wheeler, Henry M.

Whilden, Ellen Ann


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King)
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Whipple, Charles King
Whipple, Charles King

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Whitmarsh, Joseph A.
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Whittier, John Greenleaf

Whittier, John Greenleaf

Whittier, John Greenleaf
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Whittier, John Greenleaf
Whittier, John Greenleaf


Wick, William W.

Wick, William W. (William
Watson)
Wick, William W. (William
Watson)

Wick, William W. (William
Watson)

Wickliffe, Robert

Wicksteed, Charles

Wieczorek, Rudolph
Wiggins, John H.
Wigham, Eliza

Wikoff, Henry


Wilberforce, Samuel
Wilberforce, Samuel,
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Wilberforce, William
Wilberforce, William
Wilberforce, William
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Wilkerson, James

Wilkinson, James John Garth

Wilkinson, Thomas




Wilks, Samuel Charles


Willard, Emma
Willer, T. I.
Willey, Austin

Williams, George Washington
Williams, James



Williams, James
Williams, James

Williams, Peter
Williams, S.
Williams, Thomas



Williams, Thomas Scott
Williams, William R.



Williamson, Passmore

Williston, Seth

Willson, E. B. (Edmund Burke)

Willson, James Renwick


Wilmot Horton, Robert, Sir


Wilmot, David




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Wilson, Henry

Wilson, Henry


Wilson, Henry




Wilson, Henry


Wilson, Henry


Wilson, Henry

Wilson, Henry

Wilson, James



Wilson, James
Wilson, James F. (James
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Wilson, Joseph Thomas, 1836-
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Wilson, W. D. (William Dexter)


Winn, T. S.

Winn, T. S.



Winslow, Hubbard




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Wisner, William C. (William
Carpenter)

Wisner, William Carpenter

Withington, Leonard



Wolcott, Samuel
Wolfe, Samuel M.


Wood, Bradford Ripley

Woodburn, James Albert
Woodbury, Levi
Woodward, A.
Woodward, David

Woodward, George Washington

Woodward, Joseph Addison

Woolley, E.


Woolman, John


Woolman, John

Woolman, John

Woolman, John

Woolsey, Ronald C.
Wright, Elizur
Wright, Elizur
Wright, Elizur
Wright, Elizur

Wright, Elizur

Wright, Henry Clarke


Wright, Henry Clarke
Wright, Henry Clarke

Wright, Henry Clarke




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Wright, Henry Clarke

Wright, Henry Clarke
Wright, James Martin



Wright, John



Wright, John Stephen

Wright, Silas


Yancey, William Lowndes



Yates, Richard



Yeadon, Richard


Yeatman, James E.


Young, John Clarke

Young, Joshua
Yulee, Elias



Zabriskie, James C.




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House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons.

Great Britain. Parliament.
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                   Jamaica



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                   New York (State)


                   New-Jersey Society for
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                   Society for the Abolition of the
                   Slave Trade



Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony


Bollan, William


Bradburn, Samuel


Bradshaw, Thomas


Burgess, Thomas



Candidus.




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Cartwright, John

Clarkson, Thomas


Common Sense.



Cooper, David



Crafton, William Bell.


Cugoano, Ottobah.


Defoe, Daniel



Dickson, William




Francklyn, Gilbert

Geddes, Alexander


Gisborne, Thomas


Gisborne, Thomas



Harris, R. (Raymund)



Hepburn, John


Innes, William

Marat, Jean Paul


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Viscount


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Miller, Samuel


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Plain man.



Planter.

Ramsay, James




Ramsay, James

Ranby, John

Randolph, Francis




Rush, Benjamin


Serle, Ambrose



Sharp, Granville




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Sharp, Granville


Sharp, Granville


Sharp, Granville


Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of


Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of




Sommersett, James

St. John de Crèvecoeur, J.
Hector


Swan, James



Tucker, St. George


Turnbull, Gordon.



Webster, Noah
Wesley, John

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Young, William, Sir




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                 Boston Slave Riot, and Trial of Anthony Burns




                 Some Antecedents of the Dred Scott Case




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                                                Trial of John Brown




Alvan Stewart

Augustus Q. Walton


Benjamin C. Howard
Charles Emery Stevens


Ellenborough


Geo. Frazee



George Thompson
Grier|Kane|James J.
Robbins|Arthur Cannon|Samuel
B. Dalrymple



Hargrave

Hargrave

Harriet Beecher Stowe


J.F. Johnson


James W. Stone




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John K. Kane




John W. Barber

Richard Peters


Theodore Parker


Thompson|Judson

W.U. Hensel
William H. Seward
William I. Bowditch




                                       A Revolution of the spindles, for the overthrow of American s




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                 British slavery described- 2d ed.




                 Horrors of West India slavery



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American Anti-Slavery Society
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Slavery and Improving the
Condition of the African Race

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-Slavery Society (Great
Britain). Agency Committee

Bahamas. Commissioners of
Correspondence
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society

Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society


British and Foreign Anti-slavery
Society

Colchester Ladies' Anti-Slavery
Association

Congregational Church (Perth,
W.A.)
Edinburgh Society for
Promoting the Mitigation and
Ultimate Abolition of Negro
Slavery



France
France




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                                France. Ministère de la marine
                                et des colonies
                                General Anti-slavery
                                Convention (1st : 1840 :
                                London, England)
                                General Anti-slavery
                                Convention (2nd : 1843 :
                                London, England)

                                Great Britain



                                Great Britain




                                Great Britain. Parliament

Hamilton, Andrew Jackson




Harding, Aaron
Hatfield, Edwin F. (Edwin
Francis)


Henry, Joseph



Holcombe, James Philemon
Holland, Annie Jefferson
Holley, Sallie

How, Samuel Blanchard

How, Samuel K.

Howard, Benjamin C. (Benjamin
Chew)


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Ide, George B. (George Barton)


Jenkins, Timothy

Jones, John Richter
Kenney, Lucy
Ker, Leander



Key, Francis Scott


Larned, Edwin C. (Edwin
Channing)


Latrobe, John H. B. (John
Hazlehurst Boneval)


Leach, De Witt Clinton

Lincoln, Abraham

Lincoln, Abraham


Lincoln, Abraham
Livermore, Elizabeth D.


Lovejoy, Owen



Mann, Horace


Marsh, George Perkins
Martineau, Harriet
May, Samuel
McDougall, Marion Gleason,
Mrs.


Mitchell, James
Mitchell, W. M. (William M.)




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Morse, Jedidiah


Needles, Edward
Nell, William C. (William
Cooper)

Nicholas, S. S. (Samuel Smith)

Norwood, Thomas Manson
Nourse, James


Onesimus Secundus, pseud

Owen, Robert Dale

Parker, Joel
Patton, William W. (William
Weston)
Penn, I. Garland (Irvine
Garland)


Pennington, James W. C.



Philadelphian
Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell
                                 Massachusetts Abolition
                                 Society
                                 Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
                                 Society. Board of Managers
                                 New-England Anti-Slavery
                                 Society. Board of Managers
                                 Pennsylvania Society for
                                 Promoting the Abolition of
                                 Slavery

                                 Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
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                                 Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery
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                                 Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery
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                                 Société des amis des noirs




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                               Abolition of the African Slave
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                               Society for the Abolition of the
                               Slave Trade
                               Society for the Extinction of the
                               Slave Trade and for the
                               Civilization of Africa
                               Society for the Extinction of the
                               Slave Trade and for the
                               Civilization of Africa
                               Society for the Extinction of the
                               Slave Trade and for the
                               Civilization of Africa
                               Society for the Mitigation and
                               Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                               Throughout the British
                               Dominions
                               Society for the Mitigation and
                               Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                               Throughout the British
                               Dominions
                               Society for the Mitigation and
                               Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                               Throughout the British
                               Dominions
                               Society for the Mitigation and
                               Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                               Throughout the British
                               Dominions


                               Society of Friends

                               Suffolk Auxiliary Society for the
                               Mitigation and Gradual
                               Abolition of Slavery (England)

                               Surrey Anti-Slavery Society


                               United States. Congress.
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                               Affairs


Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie,
Earl of




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Adair, James Makittrick

Agutter, William

Allen, George

Author of the former specimen
Azeredo Coutinho, José
Joaquim da Cunha de


Babington, Churchill

Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia)

Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia)


Barbour, James

Barclay, David

Barclay, David

Barclay, David

Barham, J. F. (Joseph Foster)

Barham, J. F. (Joseph Foster)

Beecher, Catharine Esther


Beldam, Joseph
Bellon de Saint-Quentin, J.
Benezet, Anthony


Bisset, Robert


Blunt, Joseph




Bosman, Willem




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Bridges, George Wilson


Briton
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron

Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron



Bunn, Thomas

Burgess, Thomas


Burnley, William H. (William
Hardin)
Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir

Candler, John


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas
Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas



Clergyman




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Condorcet, Jean-Antoine-
Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de


Cooper, Thomas
Copley, Ester


Country gentleman



Crafton, William Bell



Crafton, William Bell



Cropper, James

Cropper, James
Cropper, James



Dallas, Robert Charles

Dawes, William

Day, Thomas

Day, Thomas

Denman, Joseph

Denman, Thomas Denman,
Baron

Dore, James



Edwards, Jonathan
Eprémesnil, M. d' (Jean-
Jacques)




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Estwick, Samuel


Estwick, Samuel


Farquhar, Robert Townsend, Sir

Félice, G. de (Guillaume)



Francklyn, Gilbert




Francklyn, Gilbert


Franklin, James


Free-born Englishman
Friend to commerce and
humanity



Frossard, Benjamin-Sigismond


G. C. P.


Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd

Gisborne, Thomas

Gisborne, Thomas

Gisborne, Thomas


Gladstone, John, Sir

Gladstone, John, Sir




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Gladstone, John, Sir

Gray, John

Grimké, Angelina Emily


Grimké, Angelina Emily

Grosvenor, Cyrus Pitt


Harris, R. (Raymund)


Harris, R. (Raymund)



Harris, R. (Raymund)


Harris, Thaddeus Mason


Heyrick, Elizabeth



Heyrick, Elizabeth



Heyrick, Elizabeth
Hodgkin, Thomas

Hodgson, Adam

Holder, Henry Evans

Hughes, William


Hughes, William

Incognitus

Irenophilos




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Ivimey, Joseph

Jackson, Thomas
Knox, William



Legion


Leonard, Peter

Lilburne, John




Lincoln, Levi

Lindoe, Robert



Macaulay, Zachary


Maclure, William



Mann, Horace



Marryat, Joseph


M'Donnell, Alexander

Member of the Dominica
Legislature

Member of the House of
Commons

Mercer, Charles Fenton

Montgomery, James
Montgomery, James


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Montgomery, James


Montrol, F. de (François)


Montrol, F. de (François)


Mortimer, G. F. W. (George
Ferris Whidborne)
Mosneron de Launay, Jean-
Baptiste, baron

Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher

Othello
Paulding, James Kirke

Peckard, Peter

Peckard, Peter


Pennock, Rev.

Phillips, Joseph, late of Antigua
Pinckard, George


Pitt, William
Plain man, who signed the
petition at Derby

Planter
Planter and merchant of many
years residence in the West
Indies

Priestley, Joseph




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Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James


Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James
Ramsay, James



Ramsay, James

Randolph, Francis
Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-
Thomas-François)

Roberts, Samuel


Roscoe, William
Rouvellat de Cussac, Jean-
Baptiste


Rush, Benjamin

Saco, José Antonio


Saco, José Antonio

Saint-Cyran, M. de (Paul-Edme
Crublier)
Sampson, Marmaduke B.
(Marmaduke Blake)

Sandars, Joseph
Say, Jean Baptiste


Scattergood, John, merchant



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Sharp, Granville

Sharp, Granville

Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of


Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of


Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of


Sincere well-wisher to the
honour and interest of his
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Smith, J. S.

Smith, William


Smyth, Alexander


Snelgrave, William

Somerville, Thomas



Stedman, John Gabriel


Stephen, James
Stuart, Charles


Sturge, John

Sturge, John

Swan, James




Thomas, E., writer on slavery




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Tiffany, Joel

Tobin, James

Turnbull, David

Turnbull, Gordon
Virginian


Wallace, Thomas


Warden, David Bailie


Warden, David Baillie

West India planter

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White, James

White, Joseph Blanco

Whitfield, George

Wilberforce, William


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Wilberforce, William




Wilberforce, William



Wilks, Samuel Charles




William IV, King of Great Britain


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Williams, Helen Maria
Woods, Joseph
Woods, Joseph




Wright, Henry Clarke

Yearsley, Ann

Young, William, Sir




                        American and Foreign Anti-
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                        Liverpool Society for Promoting
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                 The colonizationist and journal of freedom.




                 The negro's friend, or, The Sheffield anti-slavery album.
                 The North star : the poetry of freedom.




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American Colonization Society



American Colonization Society


American Colonization Society

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Bristol and Clifton Ladies' Anti-
Slavery Society, Britsol, Eng
Christian Anti-Slavery
Convention (1851 : Chicago,
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Colonization Society of the City
of New York


Confederate States of America


Confederate States of America.
War Dept



Confederate States of America.
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Confederate States of America.
War Dept.
Convention of the Friends of
African Colonization

Massachusetts. General Court.
House of Representatives



Missouri. General Assembly


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                            Union and Emancipation
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                            United States. Congress.
                            (26nd, 1st session : 1839-
                            1840)
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                            United States. Congress.
                            Senate (31st, 1st session :
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                            Virginia. General Assembly.
                            House of Delegates

                            Wisconsin. Supreme Court


Abel, Annie Heloise
Adams, A. D. (Alice Dana)


Adams, John Quincy




Adams, John Quincy




Adams, John Quincy

Adams, John Quincy
Adams, W. E.




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Allen, Henry W., defendant


Andrews, Samuel George

Ashmun, J. (Jehudi)



Barber, John Warner


Barker, Joseph
Bassett, John Spencer

Beecher, Edward


Bingham, John Armor


Bingham, John Armor



Blanchard, Jonathan


Bourne, George
Bowditch, William I. (William
Ingersoll)


Bridge, Horatio

Brooke, Samuel


Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brougham, John

Brown, B. Gratz (Benjamin
Gratz)

Brown, John
Brown, John
Brown, Josephine




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Brown, Thomas


Brown, Thomas C. (Thomas
Cilavan)


Brown, William H.


Butler, A. P. (Andrew Pickens)


Campbell, Lewis D. (Lewis
Davis)

Candler, John
Carroll, Joseph Cephas
Channing, W. H. (William
Henry)


Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon
Portland)
Child, Lydia Maria Francis


Clarke, James Freeman



Clarkson, Thomas


Clay, Henry
Clay, Henry


Clemens, Jeremiah

Cleveland, Chauncey F.
(Chauncey Fitch)



Coffin, Joshua



Coffin, Levi
Corley, Daniel B.


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Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel
Hanson



Crarandall, Reuben

Crocker, Samuel L. (Samuel
Leonard)

Crummell, Alexander



Dallas, Robert Charles


Dana, James

Davis, Edward M.

Dawes, Henry L. (Henry
Laurens)
Day, Thomas
De Bow, J. D. B. (James
Dunwoody Brownson)


Denny, John F.


Dewees, Jacob

Doesticks, Q. K. Philander

Douglas, Stephen Arnold



Douglas, Stephen Arnold


Douglas, Stephen Arnold




Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold

Douglas, Stephen Arnold


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Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick




Douglass, Frederick

Dox, Peter Myndert



Drayton, Daniel

Drew, Benjamin


Eastman, Zebina



Elliott, Charles


Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Fairchild, James Harris

Fee, John Gregg
Fitzhugh, George

Foster, Eden B. (Eden
Burroughs)

French, A. M. (Austa Malinda)
Garrison, Wendell Phillips

Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd



Garrison, William Lloyd

Gartrell, Lucius J. (Lucius
Jeremiah)

Gartrell, Lucius J. (Lucius
Jeremiah)
Gasparin, Agénor, comte de




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Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)



Gilbert, Olive


Gilbert, Olive




Gilman, Winthrop Sargent


Goodall, Parke


Goodell, William


Gray, E. H. (Edgar Harkness)


Green, Beriah
Green, William, former slave

Phillips, Wendell


Pickard, Kate E. R.
Pierpont, John



Pollard, Edward Alfred
Powdermaker, Hortense
Prince, Benjamin Franklin
Raymond, Henry J. (Henry
Jarvis)
Roles, John

Ross, Alexander Milton
Schrieke, B. J. O. (Bertram
Johannes Otto)




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Scoville, Joseph Alfred


Seebohm, Frederic

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry
Shanks, John P. C. (John Peter
Clever)




                                                  [Newscutting].



                                                  [The advocates of the slave trade].




                                                  A brief notice of American slavery, and the abolition moveme




                                                  A description of the slave coast.



                                                  A few suggestions on the Slave trade by Homo.




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                 A letter to ministers, &c.




                 A memorial of William Lloyd Garrison from the city of Boston




                 A prayer of British Christians for British slaves.




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Siebert, Wilbur Henry

Singleton, Otho R. (Otho
Robards)
Spooner, Lysander


Stanly, Edward

Stearns, Edward J. (Edward
Josiah)
Stevens, Charles Emery




Still, William




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Stone, Alfred Holt

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)
Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)


Stuart, Moses


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles


Thomas, Thomas E. (Thomas
Ebenezer)

Thompson, John

Thompson, Joseph Parrish


Thornwell, James Henley
Thrasher, J. B. (John B.)

Townsend, John




Trumbull, Lyman

Tuckerman, Bayard

Turner, Edward Raymond




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Turner, Nat
Waddington, John
Waldo, Otis H. (Otis Harvey)


Walker, Jonathan




Watkins, James
Watson, Henry

Webster, Daniel
Webster, Noah

Weeks, Stephen Beauregard
Welling, James Clarke



Wheeler, Jacob D.
Whipple, Charles K. (Charles
King)
Whipple, Charles K. (Charles
King)
Whipple, Charles K. (Charles
King)
Whitcomb, William C. (William
Charles)

Wilbur, Henry Watson

Wilkeson, Samuel

Williams, James
Wilmot, David


Wilson, Henry




Wilson, William




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                 [De la continuation de la traite des noirs].
                 [Free labour cotton goods].


                 [Letter to Sir John Bowring].
                 [Newscutting, dated in as April 2, 1792].




                 A sketch of the slave trade and slavery for little children.
                 A slave girl from New Orleans.




                 A tale of fearful distress.




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                 Abolition of Slavery.
                 Abstinence from slave-grown produce, nothing new.




                 Address to the electors and people of the United Kingdom.
                 Address to the electors and people of the United Kingdom.


                 Address, etc. (from the Glasgow Argus.).
                 Addressed to the Labouring classes.
                 Affaire de la Vigilante, batiment négrier de nantes.


                 Afric's sons are free.




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                 All nations are of one blood : copy of a letter addressed to a

                 All nations are of one blood : copy of a letter addressed to a
                 Alphabet of slavery.
                 American slavery, address of French Protestant pastors.
                 American slavery, from the Glasgow Argus of April 8, 1841.
                 American slavery, review of Wayland of human responsibility
                 American slavery.




                 An account of a visit to the Gambia and Sierra Leone.




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                 An appeal to Englishwomen by the Author of "Mother's last w


                 An appeal to the Christian women of America.




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                 An authentic account of the conversion and experience of a n




                 Anecdotes.




                 Anti slavery scrap book.




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                 Anti-caste.
                 Anti-caste.




                 Anti-Slavery breakfast.




                 Anti-Slavery dial.
                 Anti-Slavery friends.
                 Anti-Slavery meeting at Birmingham.



                 Appalling condition of the American freedmen.


                 Appeal on behalf of the Negroes in the British colonies.


                 Appeal to the hearts and consciences of British women.
                 Appeal to the hearts and consciences of British women.




                 Bell's Weekly Messenger.


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                 Benevolent sermons, United Methodist Free Church, Mansfie
                 Birmingham and Midland Freed Men's Aid Association.
                 Bond of Brotherhood conducted by Elihu Burritt.
                 Bond of Brotherhood edited by W. Evans Darby.




                 British colonial slavery : compared with that of pagan antiquit
                 British colonial slavery, compared with that of pagan antiquity
                 British colonial slavery.
                 British Guiana, facts! facts!! facts!!!.




                 British slavery described.
                 Capital and labour in the West Indies.




                 Child stealing.

                 Civilization and Barbarism.
                 Cobbett's weekly register.




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                 Comfort and happiness of being flogged.



                 Conscience versus Cotton, or, The preference of free labour




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                 Contents of the memorial to the Queen.


                 Continued oppression of the slaves.




                 Cruelties of West-India slavery at this moment by an eye-witn




                 De la continuation de la traite des noirs.




                 Description of a slave ship.




                 Dreadful murders, &c.




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                 East India sugar, sold raw and refined, by Smith and Leaper.
                 East India sugar.




                 England and slavery, the present crisis and our duty.




                 Extract from an address in the Virginia gazette, of March 19,
                 Extract of a letter from a native of India, dated October 12th,



                 Extracted from the Negro's memorial.
                 Extracts form the Royal gazette.
                 Extracts form the Royal gazette.




                 Extracts from the Sierra Leone gazettes.




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                 Free English territory in Africa.

                 Free labour movement : notice to grocers.

                 Free labour produce, to grocers.
                 Free Sugar Company.



                 Free-labour movement.
                 Fresh evidence of the continuance of the slave trade.
                 From the ladies' free grown cotton movement.
                 Gazette Royale De Sierra Leone.
                 General baptist chapel, Stockwell Gate, Mansfield.


                 Horrors of West India slavery.
                 Horrors of West India slavery.
                 Howitt's journal.
                 Hymns for anti-slavery prayer-meetings.


                 Imperial organisation and the colour question.
                 Imperial Parliament, March 17, 1824 : the West Indies.
                 Impolicy and injustice of emancipating the Negro slaves.
                 Impolicy of slavery.




                 Information concerning the present state of the slave trade.
                 Inquiries relating to Negro emancipation.




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                                Jamaica under the apprenticeship system by a Proprietor.
                                Journal of a residence in Ashantee by Joseph Dupuis.
                                Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society.
                                Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society.




                                Ladies' Society for the Relief of Negro Slaves.
                                Ladies' Society for the Relief of Negro Slaves.




                                Letter of a Negro.



                                Letter on the slave trade.




Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua


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Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Association for the Universal
Abolition of Slavery (Sheffield,
England)

Bahamas. Commissioners of
Correspondence
Bahamas. Legislature. House
of Assembly

Bahamas.Commissioners of
Correspondence


Baptist Missionary Society

Barbados. Legislature. Council

Barbados. Legislature. House
of Assembly

Barbados. Legislature. House
of Assembly


Barbados. Legislature.
Legislative Council
Barbados. Legislature.
Legislative Council
Society for the Extinction of the
Slave Trade and for the
Civilization of Africa
Society for the Extinction of the
Slave Trade and for the
Civilization of Africa
Society for the Extinction of the
Slave Trade and for the
Civilization of Africa
Society for the Extinction of the
Slave Trade and for the
Civilization of Africa
Society for the Extinction of the
Slave Trade and for the
Civilization of Africa


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                   Society for the Extinction of the
                   Slave Trade and for the
                   Civilization of Africa
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions

                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions
                   Society for the Mitigation and
                   Gradual Abolition of Slavery
                   Throughout the British
                   Dominions

Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas




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Clarkson, Thomas

Clay, Cassius Marcellus


Clay, Henry

Clay, Henry



Cleaveland, Elisha Lord


Cleveland, Chauncey F.
(Chauncey Fitch)


Clingman, Thomas Lanier



Clingman, Thomas Lanier


Clingman, Thomas Lanier



Clymer, Heister

Payne, Buckner H.
Peabody, Ephraim

Peabody, William Bourn Oliver
Pecquet du Bellet, Paul.


Pennington, James W. C.

Pennington, James W. C.


Perry, B.F. (Benjamin Franklin),l




Perry, John J. (John Jasiel)


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Perry, John J. (John Jasiel)


Peterson, Henry

Peyton, J. Lewis (John Lewis)
Phelps Amos A. (Amos
Augustus)

Thompson, George

Thompson, Joseph Parrish



Thompson, Lafayette.



Torrey, Jesse

Townsend, John
Townsend, John

Townsend, Theyer Lawrence
Treadwell, S. B. (Seymour
Boughton)

Trescot, William Henry
Trescot, William Henry

Tucker, St. George

Tyson, J. Washington, (Joseph
Washington)




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                 Negro slavery, to the ladies of the United Kingdom.
                 Negro slavery, to the ladies of the United Kingdom.
                 Negro slavery.
                 Negro's Friend Society.




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                 Ocean Penny postage.
                 On protection to West India sugar.




                 On the bill for the gradual abolition of slavery.

                 On the increasing importance of the British West-Indian poss




                 On the slave-trade, the Negro's request.




                 Opinions of Henry Brougham, Esq., on Negro slavery, with re
                 Oppressive Taxation of British Indian subjects.



                 Outalissi, a tale of Dutch guiana.




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                 Pity the negro, or, An address to children on the subject of sl


                 Plans of emancipation.




                 Practical observations on the British West India sugar trade.




                 Punch, or the London charivarl, January 15, 1876.
                 Quaker's petition respecting Negroes.




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                 Reasons for using East India sugar.




                 Remarks upon the emigration of Hill Coolies.




                 Remarks, &c.
                 Reminiscences of the late George D. Thompson, 1876-78.
                 Remonstrance on behalf of the 800, 000 slaves now in existe




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                 Report on the Indians of Upper Canada.




                 Review of Dr. H. Duncan's letters on the West India question




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                 Rochester Anti-slavery Bazaar (America.).




                 Scripture slavery, a picture of slavery, as exhibited in sacred




                 Slave trade : extracts from the Sierra Leone gazettes.
                 Slave trade : for the St. James's Chronicle.




                 Slave trade in Africa.


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                 Slave trade, extracts from the Sierra Leone gazettes.




                 Slavery and the slave trade, an appeal to the women of Grea
                 Slavery and the slave-trade.
                 Slavery in the British West Indies.




                 Slavery in the West Indies.
                 Slavery in the West Indies.
                 Slavery.
                 Society for effecting the abolition of the slave trade.




                 Southern Independence Association.


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                 Southern Slavery illustrated.




                 Subjects for the tea table.




                 Sun of liberty.




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                 The abolitionist : the present state of the British colonies.

                 The abolitionist.

                 The Aborigines' friend : journal of the Aborigines Protection S




                 The Anti-Slavery advocate.
                 The Calcutta Christian advocate.
                 The Calcutta Christian advocate.




                 The colonial register and West India journal.




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                 The coolie in Demerara.

                 The cotton trade of India, from the Glasgow Argus, August 1



                 The defence, &c. &c.
                 The Dublin Negro's Friend Society established July, 1829.
                 The Dublin Negro's Friend Society, established July, 1829.


                 The Edinburgh Ladies' Emancipation Society, MDCCCXL.


                 The electors of Great Britain & Ireland.
                 The export of coolies from India to Mauritius.
                 The Falmouth post and Jamaica general advertizer.




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                 The freedman's friend.
                 The freedmen's aid commission.


                 The freeman in Tennessee and Alabama.




                 The history of Toussaint Louverture.




                 The ladies' free grown cotton movement.




                 The Negro apprenticeship system.




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                 The Negro's, forget me not.
                 The Ode of the patriot.




                 The planter.




                 The retrospective review.




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                 The Sheffield Ladies' Anti-Slavery Association.




                 The slave trade and the sugar bill.
                 The slave trade.
                 The slave trade.
                 The slave, poems.
                 The slavery question in America.
                 The slave-trade revived.




                 The sugar question.
                 The support of slavery investigated by James Cropper.




                 The tourist, or, Sketch book of the times.


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                 The tribune almanac and political register for 1861.
                 The tribune almanac and political register for 1862.
                 The tribune almanac and political register for 1863.
                 The tribune almanac and political register for 1865.




                 The Uncle Tom's cabin almanack, or, Abolitionist memento f
                 The West India question practically considered.
                 The West Indian reporter.




                 The World awaits Great Britain's greatest gift : ocean penny
                 The young catechist.




                 Thoughts on the prompt abolition of British slavery.



                 Thoughts on the slavery of the Negroes.
                 To the consumers of sugar.
                 To the friends of George Thompson.




                 To the livery of London.


                 To the people of Great Britain and Ireland.
                 To the printer of the Dorchester and Sherborne journal.
                 To the printer of the St. J. Chronicle.
                 To the women of Great Britain on the disuse of slave produc
                 To the women of Great Britain, on the disuse of slave produc
                 To Victoria, Queen of Great Britain & Ireland.


                 Trade to the East Indies.


                 Tread mill scene in Jamaica.
                 Truths from the West Indies.
                 Union & emancipation society of Manchester.


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                                Weat Indies and state of the Negro population.




                                West India relief.


                                West India sugar.
                                West Indian documents.



                                West Indian Stone Implements.
                                West Indian Stone Implements.
                                West Indian Stone Implements.




                                What can we do for the poor slaves?
                                What is to be a slave?




                                Who will pity the slave?




 Sheffield Anti-Slavery
Association
Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)




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Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)

Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)


Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)


Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)

Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)


Aborigines Protection Society
(Great Britain)
African Institution (London,
England)


African Institution (London,
England)


African Institution (London,
England)
African Institution (London,
England)
African Institution (London,
England)
African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)




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African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)


African Institution (London,
England)


African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

African Institution (London,
England)

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Anti-Slavery Society.

American colonization society
American Missionary
Association
American Missionary
Association


Anti-slavery Conference (1867 :
Paris, France)

Anti-slavery Meeting (1855 :
Boston, Mass.)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)



Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)




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Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


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Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)


Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)
Anti-slavery Society (Great
Britain)

Anti-Slavery Society (Great
Britain). Agency Committee
Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua




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Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Association for the Relief of
Distressed Negroes, &c. in
Antigua
Birmingham Anti-Slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society
Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society

Bradford Anti-slavery Society

British and Foreign Aborigines'
Protection Society


British association for the
advancement of science
British India Society (London,
England)
Central Committee of the
Society of Friends in Great
Britain and Ireland for the Relief
of the Emancipated Slaves of
the United States.
Committee for the Abolition of
the African Slave Trade
Dominica. Legislature.
Committee to Enquire into and
Report on Certain Queries
Relative to the Condition,
Treatment, Rights and
Privileges of the Negro
Population

Dublin Ladies’ Anti-Slavery
Society

East India Company



East India Company.

Educational Commission for
Freedmen (Boston, Mass.)




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Female Society, for
Birmingham, West-Bromwich,
Wednesbury, Walsall, and
Their Respective
Neighbourhoods, for the Relief
of British Negro Slaves


Female Society, for
Birmingham, West-Bromwich,
Wednesbury, Walsall, and
Their Respective
Neighbourhoods, for the Relief
of British Negro Slaves

France. Assemblée nationale
constituante (1789-1791)
Freed-men’s Aid Society
(London, England)
Friends' Association of
Philadelphia and Its Vicinity, for
the Relief of Colored
Freedmen. Executive Board

Friends, Society of. New York
Yearly meeting



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


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Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)
Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)

Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)



Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)


Glasgow Emancipation Society
(Glasgow, Scotland)



Glasgow Ladies' Auxiliary
Emancipation Society
Great Britain. Colonial Office

Great Britain. Colonial Office
Great Britain. Colonial Office
Great Britain. Colonial Office


Great Britain. Colonial Office
Great Britain. Colonial Office




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Great Britain. Colonial Office

Great Britain. Colonial Office


Great Britain. Colonial Office.



Great Britain. Colonial Office.

Great Britain. Colonial Office.

Great Britain. Colonial Office.


Great Britain. Parliament

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons


Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons




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Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons


Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons


Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons


Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons



Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons




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Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons.
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons. Select
Committee Appointed to
Enquire into the Causes Which
Have Led to the Extensive
Depreciation or Reduction in
the Remune

Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons. Select
Committee on Aboriginal Tribes
Great Britain. Parliament.
House of Commons. Select
Committee on the Extinction of
Slavery Throughout the British
Dominions

Great Britain. Privy Council
Hibernian Ladies' Anti-slavery
Society


Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society
Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society
Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society
Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society
Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society


Hibernian Negro’s Friend
Society


Hibernian Negro's Friend
Society
Hibernian Negro's Friend
Society


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Hibernian Negro's Friend
Society
Howard Association (London,
England)
Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious
Instruction and Education of the
Negro Slaves in the British
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Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious
Instruction and Education of the
Negro Slaves in the British
West India Islands
Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious
Instruction and Education of the
Negro Slaves in the British
West India Islands
Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious
Instruction and Education of the
Negro Slaves in the British
West India Islands
Incorporated Society for the
Conversion and Religious
Instruction and Education of the
Negro Slaves in the British
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Incorporated Society for the
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Ladies’ Association for Calne,
Melksham, Devizes, and Their
Respective Neighbourhoods in
Aid of the Cause of Negro
Emancipation

Ladies’ Association for Calne,
Melksham, Devizes, and Their
Respective Neighbourhoods in
Aid of the Cause of Negro
Emancipation

Liverpool Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery

Liverpool Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery

Liverpool Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery

Liverpool Society for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery
London Anti-slavery Society.
Committee
London Anti-slavery Society.
Committee


London Anti-slavery Society.
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London Yearly Meeting
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London Yearly Meeting
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London Yearly Meeting
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London Yearly Meeting
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London Yearly Meeting
(Society of Friends). Meeting
for Sufferings

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
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Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society. Board of Managers
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National Freedman’s Relief
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National Freedmen’s-Aid Union
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New England Freedmen's Aid
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Newcastle Ladies Anti-Slavery
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Northern Central British India
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Pennsylvania Freedmen's
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Philadelphia Free Produce
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Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
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Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of
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Rochester Ladies’ Anti-slavery
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Rochester Ladies’ Anti-slavery
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Rochester Ladies’ Anti-slavery
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Saint Vincent. Governor (1808-
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Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery
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Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery
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Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery
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Sierra Leone Company


Sierra Leone Company


Sierra Leone Company



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Sierra Leone Society
Sierra Leone Society


Société de la morale chrétienne
(Paris, France)
Société de la morale chrétienne
(Paris, France)
Société de la morale chrétienne
(Paris, France)
Society for Protecting the
Natural and Constitutional
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
Slave Trade

Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Abolition of the
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Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
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Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
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Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery
Throughout the British
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Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of the Slave
Trade Throughout the British
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Society for the Mitigation and
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Trade Throughout the British
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Tobago (Colony). Assembly


Tropical Free Labour Company



United States Sanitary
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United States. Congress.
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Wesleyan Methodist Missionary
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Wesleyan Methodist Missionary
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West India Committee

West India Planter

West India Planters and
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West India Planters and
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                            Western Freedmen’s Aid
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                            Western Freedmen’s Aid
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                            Aborigines Protection Society
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                            Ladies' Excelsior Charitable
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Abbott, Thomas F.

Abdy, Edward Strutt

Abott, Abott A.

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Ady, John

Aikman, William
Alexander, Geo. W. (George
William)

Alexander, William

Alexander, William T



Allen, Richard

Allen, William
Allen, William G

Anderson, James

Anthropos

Argyll, George Douglas
Campbell, Duke of

Armistead, Wilson


Arnot, Sandford
Arthur, William



Arthy, Elliot


Ashburton, Alexander Baring,
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Ashmun, J. (Jehudi)



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Bacon, G. W. (George
Washington)

Bacon, G. W. (George
Washington)



Bacon, G. W. (George
Washington)
Bailey, A. M



Bailey, B., Rev

Ball, Richard




Bandinel, James



Barão de Mascarenhas, Antonio



Barclay, Alexander

Barclay, David

Barclay, David


Barham, J. F. (Joseph Foster)

Barham, Joseph Foster

Barker, Joseph

Barker, Thos. H. (Thomas H.)




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Barnard, Frederick Lamport



Barrett, Mr.
Barrett, W. G., (William
Garland)

Barrister


Bassett, William



Bathurst, Henry Bathurst, Earl



Baxter, Richard



Bayley, Solomon


Beatson, John




Beaufoy, Henry


Beaumont, Augustus Hardin



Beaver, Philip
Beckles, John

Beecher, Catharine Esther



Beecher, Henry Ward

Beldam, Joseph




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Benezet, Anthony


Benezet, Anthony


Benezet, Anthony


Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony

Benezet, Anthony
Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony


Benezet, Anthony
Bentinck, William Henry
Cavendish, Lord


Berlioux, Etienne Felix

Bevan, William




Bevan, William




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Beverley, R. M. (Robert
Mackenzie)

Bickell, R. (Richard)


Bickell, Richard


Bickell, Richard


Bickell, Richard



Bignan, A. (Anne)

Birket, M. (Mary)



Birt, John


Bisset, Robert
Bissette, Cyrille Charles
Auguste


Blodget, Lorin



Boaz, Thomas



Bonifácio, José

Booth, Abraham

Bosanquet, Charles

Bosanquet, Charles

Bourne, H. R. Fox (Henry
Richard Fox)


Bowly, Samuel


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Bradburn, Samuel

Brereton, C. D. (Charles David)

Bridges, George Wilson

Bridges, George Wilson

Bridges, George Wilson


Bridges, George Wilson




Briggs, John

Briggs, John


Briggs, John



Briggs, John



Brisbane, Charles


British planter

Brockett, L. P. (Linus Pierpont)

Brooke, Samuel
Brother Abolitionist
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron

Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron

Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron




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Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron

Brougham, Henry


Brown, George



Brown, J. T. (Jacob Tileston)

Brown, John



Browne, Archibald
Buckingham, James Silk


Buckingham, James Silk



Burge, William


Burn, Andrew

Burnley, William H. (William
Hardin)


Burrell, George Pratt

Burritt, Elihu

Buxton, Charles
Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir



Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir

Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir

Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir

Buxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir
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Cairnes, John Elliott

Campbell, John
Campbell, Robert F. (Robert
Fishburne)

Candler, John

Candler, John



Canning, George




Canning, George

Carlyle, Thomas


Cave, Robert Otway



Challis, B. C.

Chalmers, Thomas

Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret

Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret

Chandler, William E. (William
Eaton)


Channing, W. H. (William
Henry)
Channing, William Ellery

Channing, William Ellery
Chapman, Maria (Weston)

Chapman, Maria Weston




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Christian minister



Clark, George D.




Clarke, Simon Houghton, Sir




Clarke, Simon Houghton, Sir
Clarke, Simon Houghton, Sir




Clarke, Simon Houghton, Sir.

Clarke, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas




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Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas




Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas
Clarkson, Thomas
Clarkson, Thomas

Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas



Clarkson, Thomas




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Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas


Clarkson, Thomas

Cobbe, Frances Power

Cobbett, William

Collins, Dr.



Collins, John A. (John
Anderson)




Colonist




Colonist


Colonist
Colquhoun, John C. (John
Campbell)
Colton, George Woolworth
Colton, George Woolworth

Conder, Josiah

Conder, Josiah

Conway, Moncure Daniel



Cooper, David



Cooper, David


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Cooper, Thomas

Cooper, Thomas


Cooper, Thomas


Cordner, John



Corry, Joseph

Cossham, Handel

Cossham, Handel


Cossham, Handel
Cowper, William
Cowper, William


Craig, Isa

Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Cropper, James




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Cropper, James
Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Cropper, James



Cropper, James


Cropper, James


Cropper, James


Cropper, James

Cropper, James



Cropper, James
Cropper, James
Cropper, James

Crosby, E. E.




Cugoano, Ottobah

Cust, Robert Needham

Cust, Robert Needham


Dalzell, John


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Davies, Samuel.

Dawes, William

Day, Thomas
De La Beche, Henry T. (Henry
Thomas)
De La Beche, Henry T., (Henry
Thomas)

Denman, Joseph


Denman, Thomas Denman
Denman, Thomas Denman,
Baron

Denman, Thomas Denman,
Baron

Derby, Edward Henry Stanley,
Earl of

Dicey, Edward




Dickson, William

Dickson, William
Dieffenbach, Ernst



Dignum, Andrew Graham

Doesticks, Q. K. Philander

Dore, James

Douglass, Frederick



Douglass, Frederick

Douglass, Frederick




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Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Frederick


Dow, Neal


Dudley, John William Ward, Earl
of


Dumont, P.-J. (Pierre-Joseph)


Duncan, Henry


Duncan, Henry



Duncan, Peter


Dwarris, Fortunatus, Sir

Eastlove, Ebenezer, Mr.

Elford, William, Sir.




Ellis, Charles


Elmes, James

Estcourt, J. H.



Evans, George De Lacy, Sir



Everett, James

Eye Witness


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Eye-witness



Fair, Captain (Robert)

Falconbridge, Alexander

Falconbridge, Alexander

Fisher, Thomas

Fisher, Thomas

Fitzpatrick, Jeremiah, Sir


Flanders, Henry



Fletcher, Thomas



Fletcher, Thomas




Flinter, George Dawson



Foot, Jesse

Forbes, Frederick E., (Frederick
Edwyn)

Foster, John

Fox, W.

Fox, W.


Fox, William
Frame, James




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Francis, Philip




Francklyn, Gilbert




Francklyn, Gilbert


Free-born Englishman


Free-born Englishman

Free-trader
Friend to Freedom of Trade


Garran de Coulon, Jean-
Philippe
Garrison, Ellen Wright

Garrison, Wendell Phillips

Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd



Garrison, William Lloyd



Garrison, William Lloyd




Garrison, William Lloyd

Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd

Gentleman long resident in
Jamaica
Gisborne, Thomas


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Gisborne, Thomas

Gisborne, Thomas



Gladstone, John, Sir

Gladstone, John, Sir




Gladstone, John, Sir




Gladstone, John, Sir

Gladstone, John, Sir

Gladstone, John, Sir
Gladstone, W. E. (William
Ewart)
Gladstone, W. E. (William
Ewart)

Glenelg, Charles Grant, Baron


Godwin, Benjamin
Gordon, R.


Goulburn, Henry

Grainger, James

Greg, W. R.
Grégoire, Henri
Grew, Mary


Grey, Henry George Grey, Earl



Grimké, Angelina Emily
Grosett, J. R.




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Gurley, Ralph Randolph


Gurney, John Joseph

Habich, Edward



Halley, Robert


Hallifax, Samuel

Hallowell, Anna Davis



Hamilton, Robert



Hampden, John



Hampden, John, Rev.




Hankey, William Alers


Hankey, William Alers

Harrison, George

Harrison, George



Harrison, George



Hatchard, John




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Hawker, Robert


Hay, John


Helps, Arthur, Sir


Helps, Arthur, Sir


Helps, Arthur, Sir


Helps, Arthur, Sir


Henderson, Captain



Heyrick, Elizabeth



Heyrick, Elizabeth


Heyrick, Elizabeth


Heyrick, Elizabeth

Heyrick, Elizabeth

Heyrick, Elizabeth

Heyrick, Elizabeth

Heyrick, Elizabeth

Heyrick, Elizabeth



Hibbert, George




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Hibbert, Robert
Hibner, Esther



Hicks, Elias



Hillier, Richard



Hillier, Richard



Historicus




Hoare, Prince


Hodgkin, Thomas

Hodgkin, Thomas

Hodgson, Adam

Hodgson, Adam

Hodgson, Studholme

Holloway, W.

Holmes, W. H. (William Henry)


Hovey, Sylvester
Howard, Luke
Howitt, Mary Botham



Hubbard, Jeremiah
Huggins, Edward
Humanitas.


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Ignotus, 19th cent
Im Thurn, Everard Ferdinand,
Sir
Ingelow, Jean
Inhabitant of St. Lucia


Innes, John


Innes, John


Innes, John, Esq.


Innes, William


Innes, William


Isambert, M. (François André)



Ivimey, Joseph




Jamaica planter



Jamieson, Robert



Janson, Edmund



Jennyns, Joseph Clayton



Jennyns, Joseph Clayton
Jeremie, John, Sir
Jeremie, John, Sir
Jeremie, John, Sir


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Jeremie, John, Sir



Johnston, Lewis F. C. (Lewis
Farley Clogstown)



Jones, Absalom




Jordan, G. W. (Gibbes Walker)


Jordon, G. W. (Gibbes Walker)



Justus

Justus


Kendall, Edward Augustus

Kilham, Hannah

Kilham, Hannah

Kilham, Hannah




Knight, James
Koster, Henry

Lady

Lady.
Laird, MacGregor


Laird, MacGregor



Layman, William


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Legion


Legion



Legion




Liddon, John


Lillie, Captain (John Scott)

Lindoe, Robert.



Littleton, Edward


Liverpool merchant

Lowe, Joseph, Esq


Lowndes, John


Ludlow, John Malcolm Forbes

Luffman, J. (John)


Lushington, Stephen



Lushington, Stephen

Lushington, W. (William)

M’Kinnen, Daniel


Macarty, Captain


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Macaulay, Kenneth


Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary




Macaulay, Zachary

Macaulay, Zachary

Macaulay, Zachary

Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary


Macaulay, Zachary


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Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary



Macaulay, Zachary

Macaulay, Zachary

MacQueen, James



MacQueen, James


MacQueen, James



Macrae, Colin



Madden, Richard Robert

Madden, Richard Robert



Madden, Richard Robert
Mansfield, J. S.


Marryat, Joseph


Marryat, Joseph



Marryat, Joseph




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Marryat, Joseph


Marryat, Joseph



Marryat, Joseph




Martin, Henry William, Sir




Martin, Robert Montgomery
Martineau, Harriet

Martineau, Harriet

Martineau, Harriet

Martineau, Harriet

Massie, J. W. (James William)


Mathison, Gilbert Farquhar

Matson, Henry James




Matthews, John, R. N.
May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)
May, Samuel J. (Samuel
Joseph)



McAll, Samuel


McDonnell, Alexander


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McKaye, James


Melville, Henry Dundas,
Viscount

Member of Parliament.
Member of the House of
Commons



Merchant


Merewether, Henry Alworth




Miller, Joseph Aug
Miller, Joseph Aug


Milliroux, M. Felix

Mitchel, Hector



Montgomery, James, Esq

Montgomery, James, Esq


Montrol, François Mongin de


Montrol, François Mongin de


Moody, Loring
Moody, Thomas, Major

Morris, Robert


Mortimer, G. F. W. (George
Ferris Whidborne)
Moseley, Benjamin


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Motte, Standish

Mundi, Amicus


Murray, John




Musson, John P.


Naimbana

Naish, William

Naish, William

Naish, William

Naish, William

Naish, William

Naish, William


Newell, Frederick Samuel

Newell, Frederick Samuel

Newman, Francis William


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher


Nickolls, Robert Boucher




Nisbet, Richard




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Noel, Ernest

Normanby, Constantine Henry
Phipps, Marquess of

Norris, Robert
Norris, Robert



Norris, Robert

Nottingham, Samuel



Olyphant, John
Opie, Amelia Alderson


Ottobah, Cugoano

Pallmer, Charles N. (Charles
Nicholas)

Palmer, A. L.


Parker, Joseph

Partridge, J. Arthur
Pell, Robert Conger



Peters, C. (Charles)


Philanthropist

Philip, John

Phillimore, Robert


Phillips, Joseph
Phillips, Wendell
Philmore, J.
Pillsbury, Parker
Pinckard, George


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Plumer, Thomas, Sir

Pope, Samuel


Porteus, Beilby


Porteus, Beilby




Porteus, Beilby



Pownall, Henry


Pratāpa Simha, Raja of
Satara

Prata¯pa Sim?ha, Raja of
Satara




Pratapa Simha, Raja of Satara



Premium, Barton, pseud


Price, Thomas


Priestley, Joseph


Prince, Mary


Prince, Mary

Pringle, J. W. (John Watson)




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Ragatz, Lowell Joseph


Ramchunder Surmona


Ramsay, James



Ramsay, James


Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James



Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James




Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James

Ramsay, James
Rawson, Mary Anne



Reddie, John

Redpath, James



Reid, Dennis

Reid, Dennis



Resident and proprietor in the
West Indies




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Resident and proprietor in the
West Indies.


Rice, David
Richardson, Albert D. (Albert
Deane)


Richmond, Legh



Riland, John
Riland, John

Riland, John




Riland, John



Riland, John

Robbins, E. Y. (Edward Young)


Roberts, Samuel




Roberts, Samuel

Roberts, Samuel
Roberts, Samuel

Roberts, Samuel

Roberts, Samuel

Roberts, Samuel


Romilly, Samuel, Sir




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Rose, G. H. (George Henry), Sir



Roughley, Thomas

Roundell, Charles Savile

Rungo Bapojee
Sainte-Croix, Félix Renouard,
marquis de
Saintsbury, George
Samo, Samuel

Sandars, Joseph

                                  Liverpool Society for Promoting
Sandars, Joseph                   the Abolition of Slavery


Scoble, John

Scoble, John

Seealittle, Tobias



Seely, John B. (John Benjamin)

Sells, William

Sells, William


Sharp, Granville
Sharp, Granville

Sharp, Granville

Sharp, Granville



Sharp, Granville


Sharp, Granville

Sharp, Granville




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Sharp, Granville




Sharp, Granville


Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of
Shirreff, Emily
Shirreff, Emily




Short, Robert

Simmons, H.P
Sligo, Howe Peter Browne,
Marquess of

Smith, George


Smith, Goldwin



Smith, James McCune




Smith, John


Smith, John Samuel


Smith, William


Smyth, F. G.




Snelgrave, William


Sotham, Nathaniel


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Southey, Robert

Southwick, Sarah H
Southwick, Sarah H.


Spence, James



Spence, William


Stanfield, James Field

Stanfield, James Field



Stanley, Jacob

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady




Stedman, John Gabriel

Stephen, George, Sir

Stephen, James

Stephen, James

Stephen, James

Stephen, James

Stephen, James


Stephen, James



Stephen, James




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Stephen, James



Stephen, James

Stephens, Alexander Hamilton


Stephens, Alexander Hamilton

Sterne, Henry




Sterne, Henry


Stewart, J. (John)
Stillé, Charles J. (Charles
Janeway)
Stokes, R.




Stowe, Harriet Beecher


Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Strong, Leonard.

Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)

Stuart, Charles


Stuart, Charles




Stuart, Charles




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Stuart, Charles.



Sturge, Joseph



Sturge, Joseph



Sturge, Joseph
Sturtevant, Julian M. (Julian
Monson)
Sullivan, John, proprietor of East
India stock.


Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles
Sumner, George Holme

Swinton, Mrs.


Taylor, John

Taylor, P. A., Mrs.



Theodore, Burtt

Theodore, Burtt

Thomas, H. Arnold




Thome, James A




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Thome, James A. (James
Armstrong)
Thompson, George

Thompson, George




Thompson, George

Thompson, George



Thompson, George

Thompson, George
Thompson, George


Thompson, George



Thompson, George



Thompson, George




Thompson, George
Thompson, George


Thompson, George
Thompson, George


Thompson, George




Thompson, George

Thompson, George




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Thompson, George


Thompson, George

Thompson, George




Thompson, George

Thompson, George


Thompson, George


Thompson, George

Thompson, George

Thompson, George

Thompson, George




Thompson, George



Thompson, George


Thompson, George




Thompson, George




Thompson, George




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Thomson, Andrew


Thomson, Andrew


Thomson, Andrew



Thomson, Charles



Thomson, Charles




Thorpe, Robert



Thorpe, Robert

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Trew, J. M. (John McCannon)


Trimble, Robert

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Tuckey, Mary B.

Turnbull, David


Turnbull, Gordon




Turner, Samuel, F.R.S.



Venables, Thomas


Vicars, Richard



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Williams, Peter


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Wilmot Horton, Robert, Sir




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Wilson, Daniel
Wilson, Henry J.

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Winchester, Elhanan



Window, James


Winn, T. S.


Winn, T. S.


Winn, T. S.

Winn, T. S.

Winterbottom, Thomas
Masterman
Woods, Joseph




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Yorkshireman
Yule, Henry, Sir.


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abolition of the slave trade

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Evangelical union anti-slavery
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Adair, James Makittrick


Adams, Charles Francis

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Adams, Nehemiah


Agnew, John Holmes

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Allen, John


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Allison, John


Alston, William J. (William
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Anderson, William J.



Andrews, Charles C.




Andrus, Albert.



Annesley, James



Annesley, James


Anthony, Elliott




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Armistead, Wilson


Armistead, Wilson
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Atlee, Edwin P. (Edwin Pitt)


Atlee, Edwin Pitt

Aughey, John H. (John Hill)
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Aves, Thomas.

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Bacon, G. W. (George
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Bacon, Leonard
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Bacon, Thomas
Bailey, Rufus William


Baird, Robert

Baird, Samuel J. (Samuel John)


Baird, Thomas H. (Thomas
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Barrett, Joseph Hartwell


Barrows, W. (William)




Bartlett, John Russell




Bascom, H. B. (Henry Bidleman)

Bassett, George W. (George
Washington)
Batchelder, Samuel



Bates, Mary.
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Addison)

Bayard, James A. (James
Asheton)



Bayard, Samuel J. (Samuel
John)
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Beecher, Henry Ward

Beecher, Henry Ward




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Beecher, Henry Ward



Bell, John

Bell, Robert

Benedict, Erastus Cornelius


Benezet, Anthony



Benezet, Anthony

Benezet, Anthony



Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)



Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)

Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)



Benjamin, J. P. (Judah Philip)

Berry, Henry.



Berry, Philip.

Bickley, George W. L. (George
Washington Lafayette)


Biddle, Charles John



Bingham, John Armor

Bird, F. W. (Francis William)


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Birney, James Gillespie

Birney, James Gillespie


Bishop, Joel Prentiss

Black, Jeremiah S. (Jeremiah
Sullivan)


Black, Jeremiah S. (Jeremiah
Sullivan)


Black, John


Blair, Frank P. (Frank Preston)

Blake, Harrison G. (Harrison
Gray)



Blake, Harrison Gray


Bliss, Philemon

Blunt, Joseph
Blunt, Joseph

Boardman, Henry A. (Henry
Augustus)


Bollan, William
Boole, William H.

Booth, Sherman M.


Boteler, Alexander Robinson
Bourne, George


Bourne, George

Bourne, George




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Bourne, Wm. Oland (William
Oland)

Bouton, Nathaniel
Boutwell, George S. (George
Sewall)
Bowditch, William Ingersoll

Bradford, Alden



Branagan, Thomas




Branagan, Thomas
Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert
Jefferson)
Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert
Jefferson)
Brewster, Francis E.
Briggs, George W. (George
Ware)
Briggs, John.

Bright, John

Brimblecomb, Nicholas, pseud.

Brinkerhoff, Jacob


Brisbane, William Henry

Brissot de Warville, J.-P.
(Jacques-Pierre)


Brockett, L. P. (Linus Pierpont)



Brokesby, Francis
Brooke, John T.

Brooke, Samuel




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Brookes, Iveson L.

Broom, Walter William.

Brougham and Vaux, Henry
Brougham, Baron
Brown, David

Brown, Henry Box

Brown, John


Brown, Solyman


Brown, William Wells



Brownlow, William Gannaway

Buckingham, Joseph T. (Joseph
Tinker)


Buffinton, James


Bulkley, Charles Henry
Augustus

Bullard, Edward F. (Edward
Fitch)
Bunsen, Christian Karl Josias,
Freiherr von

Burgess, Ebenezer


Burnham, Alfred Avery

                                 Anti-slavery Convention of
                                 Ministers and Other Christians
Burt, J. (Jairus)                (1843 : Middletown, Conn.)

Burton, Warren
Burwell, William MacCreary


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Bushnell, Horace


Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin
Franklin)
Cabot, Susan C. (Susan
Copley)


Cairnes, John Elliott


Cairnes, John Elliott

Caldwell, John H.

Calhoun, John C. (John
Caldwell)

Call, R. K. (Richard Keith)



Campbell, John, bookseller,
Philadelphia.
Candee, George

Carey, John L.

Carey, John L.



Carey, Mathew

Carey, Mathew
Carlyle, Thomas

Carpenter, Hugh Smith



Cartwright, Samuel A. (Samuel
Adolphus)



Chaffee, Calvin C.
Chambers, William
Channing, W. H. (William
Henry)


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Channing, William Ellery
Chapman, Maria Weston

Chase, Ezra B.




Cheever, George Barrell



Cheever, George Barrell



Child, David Lee
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis),
Mrs.
Child, Lydia Maria (Francis),
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Child, Lydia Maria Francis


Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Child, Lydia Maria Francis
Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Christy, David

Citizen U. S. N. A.



Claggett, William

Clapp, Theodore


Clark, Alexander


Clark, Daniel
Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus
Wheelwright)


Clarke, Bayard

Clarke, James Freeman


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Clarke, James Freeman

Clarkson, Thomas

Cobb, Howell

Cobb, Thomas Read Rootes
Cobbe, Frances Power

Cobleigh, Nelson E.

Cochin, Augustin
Cohen, Myer M.


Colfax, Richard H.


Collamer, Jacob
Collyer, Isaac J. P.

Coloney, Myron
Colston, Raleigh Edward
Colton, Calvin

Colton, Calvin
Colton, Calvin

Colver, Nathaniel


Comins, Linus B. (Linus Bacon)

Cook, John P. (John Parsons)



Cook, William A.

Cooke, Parsons

Coppier, Guillaume


Cordner, John


Cossham, Handel


Cox, L. M. (Leander Martin)


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Crawford, Charles
Creswell, John A. J. (John Angel
James)

Crittenden, John J. (John
Jordan)

Croly, David Goodman

Crosby, Edward N.


Crosby, Edward N.

Crothers, Samuel



Cruger, Lewis.

Cullom, William

Cumback, William


Cummins, Alexander G.

Curry, J. L. M. (Jabez Lamar
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Curtis, George Ticknor
Curtis, George Ticknor


Cushing, Caleb


Cushing, Caleb




Cushman, Rufus Spaulding


Cutting, H. P.


Daggs, Ruel.




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Damrell, William Shapleigh


Dana, Richard Henry

Daveis, Charles Stewart

Davis, Jefferson

Davis, Jefferson


Davis, W. B.
Day, Timothy C. (Timothy
Crane)



De Charms, Richard

De Charms, Richard



De Fontaine, F. G. (Felix
Gregory)

De Vinné, Daniel



Dean, Gilbert


Dean, Sidney



Defoe, Daniel



Defoe, Daniel
Deming, Henry Champion

Demund, Isaac S.
Dew, Thomas R. (Thomas
Roderick)
Dewey, Orville


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Dickson, W. Jonathan

Disney, David T. (David
Tiernan)

Dix, Morgan
Dorr, James A. (James
Augustus)
Dorsey, John Larkin.

Douglas, Stephen Arnold
Douglass, Frederick

Douglass, Frederick


Dowdell, James F. (James
Ferguson)

Drake, Charles D. (Charles
Daniel)



Drake, Charles D. (Charles
Daniel)
Drake, Charles D. (Charles
Daniel)

Drew, Benjamin


Drumm, John Hetherington

Drummond, Robert Blackley


Duane, Richard Bache


Dudley, John


Dudley, John Langdon

Dudley, Paul

Duell, Robert Holland




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Duffield, George



Duffield, George
Dunant, Jean Henri


Dunning, Halsey.


Dunning, Homer N.



Dwight, Theodore

Dwight, Theodore

Dye, Deacon




Dye, Deacon.


Dyer, David
Eaton, William W. (William
Wallace)

Eddy, Daniel C. (Daniel Clarke)


Eddy, Richard




Eddy, T. M. (Thomas Mears)

Edgar, Cornelius H. (Cornelius
Henry)


Edgerton, Sidney




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Edgerton, Walter

Edmunds, Lucy.




Edwards, Jonathan


Egar, John Hodson

Einhorn, David



Einhorn, David



Elliot, Charles



Elliott, Charles


Elliott, E. N.

Ellis, Charles M. (Charles Mayo)

Ellis, Charles M. (Charles Mayo)

Ely, Alfred B. (Alfred Brewster)
Estes, Matthew
Estlin, John Bishop


Evans, Estwick.



Everett, Charles Carroll
Ewbank, Thomas

Fairchild, James Harris




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Farquhar, John
Fay, Theodore S. (Theodore
Sedgwick)

Fee, John Gregg


Fee, John Gregg

Fellow citizen.



Fessenden, William Pitt


Fielder, Herbert


Fish, Henry Clay


Fisher, Ellwood.
Fisher, Thomas

Fitch, Charles

Fitton, James
Fitzgerald, W. P. N. (William P.
N.)
Fitzhugh, George
Fitzhugh, George



Fletcher, Cyrus.

Flint, Henry M. (Henry Martyn)



Foot, Samuel A. (Samuel Alfred)

Foote, Andrew H. (Andrew Hull)



Ford, William


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Forster, W. E. (William Edward)

Foster, Eden B. (Eden
Burroughs)

Foster, Eden B. (Eden
Burroughs)
Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen
Symonds)


Freeman, Frederick

Freeman, Frederick
Frémont, John Charles

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks
Fry, William Henry


Fuller, Richard

Fuller, Richard
Fulton, John

Fulton, Justin D. (Justin Dewey)

Furness, William Henry

Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry


Furness, William Henry



Furness, William Henry

Gaddis, Maxwell Pierson

Gage, Nathaniel


Gannett, Ezra S. (Ezra Stiles)


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Gardiner, Oliver Cromwell.


Garrison, Joseph Fithian

Garrison, William Lloyd
Garrison, William Lloyd


Garrison, William Lloyd



Garrison, William Lloyd
Gasparin, Agénor, comte de

Geddes, Alexander
Geer, J. J. (John James)

Genin, Thomas Hedges




Gholson, Thomas Saunders

Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)



Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua
Reed)


Giles, Chauncey

Gillette, Abram Dunn


Gillette, Francis




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Gilman, Winthrop Sargent
Gilmore, James R. (James
Roberts)

Glover, Livingstone Maturin

Glover, Samuel T. (Samuel
Taylor)


Glover, Samuel Taylor
Glyndon, Howard


Goedel, C.

Goodell, William

Goodell, William




Goodell, William


Goodell, William
Goodloe, Daniel R. (Daniel
Reaves)
Goodwin, Daniel R. (Daniel
Raynes)

Gordon, William Robert

Graham, Sylvester

Graham, William

Grahame, James



Graves, J.

Gray, William Cunningham


Gray, William Farley.




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Grayson, William J. (William
John)
Grayson, William J. (William
John)




Greeley, Horace

Green, Duff

Green, James S. (James
Stephen)


Greene, William




Greenleaf, Simon
Greenwood, Grace


Grégoire, Henri, constitutional
bp. of Blois
Griffiths, Julia.

Grimké, Angelina Emily

Groesbeck, William S. (William
Slocomb)


Grosvenor, Cyrus Pitt
Grow, Galusha A. (Galusha
Aaron)
Guild, Samuel Eliot
Guion, Thomas T. (Thomas
Tompkins)

Gurley, Ralph Randolph


Gurley, Ralph Randolph
Hagadorn, William, jr.


Hague, William
Hahn, Michael




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Haldeman, R. J.

Hale, John P. (John Parker)

Hale, John P. (John Parker)

Hall, Benjamin Franklin

Hall, Marshall

Hall, Newman

Hall, Newman


Hall, Samuel H. (Samuel Haight)


Hamilton, Alexander

Hamilton, William T. (William
Thomas)

Hammond, James Henry

Hammond, James Henry

Hancock, John



Hargrave, Francis


Harrington, Henry F.


Harris, Thomas.


Hastings, Samuel D. (Samuel
Dexter)

Hatch, Reuben.


Haven, Gilbert


Hazard, Thomas Robinson


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Helper, Hinton Rowan

Hemphill, Joseph



Henningsen, Charles Frederick
Hersey, John


Heyrick, Elizabeth

Hicks, Elias

Hildreth, Richard
Hildreth, Richard

Hillhouse, William



Hoar, Samuel
Hodge, William L.


Hodgkin, Thomas
Hoit, True Worthy
Holcombe, William H. (William
Henry)

Holcombe, William H. (William
Henry)



Holly, James Theodore

Hopkins, John Henry



Hopkins, Samuel



Hopkins, Samuel




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Horsley, Samuel



Horsmanden, Daniel

Hotaling, Samuel


How, Samuel Blanchard



Howard, H. R.


Howard, William Alanson



Humphreys, David
Hunt, Ezra Mundy

Hunt, James


Hunt, Theodore G. (Theodore
Gaillard)

Hurd, John C. (John Codman)

Hurd, John C. (John Codman)

Hutchins, John

Innes, William



Ivimey, Joseph



Jackson, Andrew

Jacobs, Harriet A. (Harriet Ann)

James, Henry Field.




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Jay, John



Jay, John


Jay, John

Jay, William
Jay, William
Jenkins, John
Jennings, Paul.
Johnson, Ezra R.




Johnson, William Cost
Johnson, William D.



Jones, Charles Colcock

Jones, Thomas H.


Julian, George Washington



Junkin, George

Keckley, Elizabeth


Keefer, Justus.


Kelley, William D. (William
Darrah)
Kelley, William D. (William
Darrah)

Kellogg, Giles B. (Giles Bacon)


Kemble, Fanny




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Kennedy, John Pendleton
Kennedy, John Pendleton


King, John Alsop

King, Rufus


Kingsford, Edward.



Kingsley, Z. (Zephaniah)



Kirk, George, defendant.

Kirkland, Charles P. (Charles
Pinckney)



Lacon, pseud.



Lane, James Henry


Lane, Joseph


Larned, Edwin Channing



Laroche, Benjamin
Latrobe, John H. B. (John
Hazlehurst Boneval)



Law, William


Lawrence, Sidney.




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Lay, Benjamin


Leeds, Samuel Penniman

Lieber, Francis
Lieber, Francis


Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln, Abraham

Lincoln, Abraham



Linstant Pradine, S., baron



Livermore, George


Long, Edward

Lord, John C. (John Chase)



Lord, John Chase

Lord, Nathan
Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)

Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph
Cammet)


Lovejoy, Owen


Lovejoy, Owen




Lowell, Charles




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Lowell, Charles


Lowrey, Grosvenor Porter


Lundy, Benjamin

Lundy, John P. (John Patterson)

Lyman, Darius



Macaulay, Zachary

Mack, Alonzo W.

Macnamara, Michael H.
Mahan, Milo



Marryat, Joseph


Marsh, Roswell.


Marshall, Humphrey

Massie, J. W. (James William)
Maury, Sarah Mytton


May, Henry


May, Henry

McEwen, Abel


McHenry, George.

McIntosh, Maria J. (Maria Jane)


McKeen, Silas


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McKeen, Silas


McLane, Louis
McMichael, William


McMurray, William


McRae, John J.




McWillie, William

Mellen, G. W. F. (George
Washington Frost)

Memminger, C. G. (Christopher
Gustavus)

Miles, William Porcher
Miller, Marmaduke

Milnor, James

Minister of the Gospel, in
Massachusetts
Montgomery, Cora
Montgomery, James

Moody, Loring.
Moore, Dugald


Morgan, E. B. (Edwin Barber)


Morse, Oliver A. (Oliver Andrew)
Morse, Sidney E. (Sidney
Edwards)

Murray, Orson S.

Neill, Henry
Nell, William C. (William
Cooper)
Nelson, Thomas A. R. (Thomas
Amos Rogers)


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Nelson, Thomas A. R. (Thomas
Amos Rogers)

Newman, Francis William

North Carolinian.

Norton, A. Banning (Anthony
Banning)


Nott, Charles C.

Nott, Josiah Clark


O'Conor, Charles



Olds, Edson B. (Edson Baldwin)


O'Reilly, Henry




O'Reilly, Henry



O'Reilly, Henry

Otis, Harrison Gray



Paine, Lewis W.

Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin
Morgan)

Palmer, B. M. (Benjamin
Morgan)


Parker, Joel

Parker, Joel




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Parker, Joel

Parker, Theodore

Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore


Parker, Theodore



Parker, Theodore

                                Massachusetts Anti-slavery
                                Convention (1858 : Boston,
Parker, Theodore                Mass.)


Parsons, Theodore
Parsons, Theophilus


Patten, William

Patton, William Weston

Phelps, Samuel Shethar

Phillips, Stephen C. (Stephen
Clarendon)

Phillips, Wendell
Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell
Phillips, Wendell



Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell




Phillips, Wendell


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Phillips, Wendell
Phillips, Wendell

Phillips, Wendell
Philo-Africanus.
Pierpont, John

Pierpont, John
Pinckney, Henry Laurens



Pinckney, Henry Laurens


Platt, George Lewis


Plover, Hiram.
Plumb, David.

Polk, Trusten
Pollard, Edward Alfred


Pollard, Edward Alfred

Pollard, Edward Alfred

Pollard, Edward Alfred

Poole, William Frederick

Porter, Albert G. (Albert Gallatin)


Porter, Elbert Stothoff
Potter, Elam


Potts, William D.

Pouchet, Georges

Powell, L. W. (Lazarus
Whitehead)



Prentiss, Samuel

Priest, Josiah


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Purviance, Samuel A.


Putnam, Harvey

Putnam, John Milton


Quarles, James M.



Quincy, Edmund



Quincy, Josiah


Quincy, Josiah


Quincy, Josiah

Quint, Alonzo Hall.



Quitman, John Anthony.



Ramsay, James



Ramsay, James


Rankin, Jeremiah Eames


Rankin, Jeremiah Eames
Rankin, John

Raphall, Morris J. (Morris
Jacob)




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Ray, William
Raymond, Daniel
Raymond, Henry J. (Henry
Jarvis)
Raymond, Henry J. (Henry
Jarvis)


Read, John M. (John Meredith)

Reed, William B. (William
Bradford)

Reynolds, John

Reynolds, John V. (John Van
Liew)

Rhett, Robert Barnwell



Rhett, Robert Barnwell

Rice, David

Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)


Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)


Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis)
Rice, Roswell


Richardson, John G.

Richardson, W. A. (William
Alexander)



Richmond, Thomas.


Riddle, G. R. (George Read)




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Robbins, Frank L.
Robertson, D. F.


Robinson, John Bell.



Rockwell, John A. (John Arnold)


Rockwell, Julius


Rogers, Charles


Rogers, E. C. (Edward Coit)

Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody
Rollins, James S. (James
Sidney)
Rondeau, James.

Root, David

Root, David

Ross, Alexander Milton
Ross, Alexander Milton
Ross, F. A. (Frederick
Augustus)
Ross, F. A. (Frederick
Augustus)
Ruffin, Edmund


Ruffin, Edmund


Ruffin, Thomas



Ruffner, William Henry

Rush, Benjamin

Rushton, Edward
Rushton, Edward


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Rusk, Thomas Jefferson
Russell, Charles Wells




Sackett, William Augustus


Sandidge, John Milton
Sands, Alexander H. (Alexander
Hamilton)

                                 American Convention for
                                 Promoting the Abolition of
                                 Slavery and Improving the
                                 Condition of the African Race
Saunders, Prince                 (15th : 1818 : Philadelphia, Pa.)

Saunders, Rolfe S.


Schurz, Carl

Schurz, Carl


Schurz, Carl
Seabrook, Whitemarsh
Benjamin

Seabrook, Whitemarsh
Benjamin

Seabury, Samuel

Searle, L. C., Mrs.


Seddon, James A.


Seddon, James A.

Sergeant, John

Severance, Luther




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Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry


Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry

Seward, William Henry


Shaffner, Tal. P. (Taliaferro
Preston)
Shanafelt, J. R.

Shannon, James


                                Pro-slavery Convention of the
Shannon, James                  State of Missouri.



Sharp, Granville
Sharp, Granville
Sherman, John


Sherman, John


Sickles, Daniel Edgar
Simmons, George F. (George
Frederick)

Simmons, George F., (George
Frederick)

Simmons, James Barlow


Simmons, James Fowler




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Simmons, James Fowler
Sims, Alexander D. (Alexander
Dromgoole)


Skinner, Thomas H. (Thomas
Harvey)


Slade, William



Slater, Edward C.
Slaughter, Philip




Sleigh, William Willcocks

Sloan, James A.

Sloane, J. R. W. (James
Renwick Wilson)

Smart, James S.
Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Gerrit

Smith, Gerrit
Smith, Goldwin



Smith, Jeremiah

Smith, Melville C.

Smith, S. A. (Samuel Axley)



Smith, Samuel Stanhope


Smith, William Henry

Smylie, James




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Snell, Thomas


Somes, Daniel E. (Daniel Eton)
South Carolinian.
Southern State-Rights
Democrat.

Spaulding, E. G. (Elbridge
Gerry)

Spaulding, E. G. (Elbridge
Gerry)

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)

Spofford, Ainsworth Rand

Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander

Stanton, Benjamin
Stearns, Geo. L. (George
Luther)


Stearns, Oliver



Steele, J. (John)

Stephens, Alexander Hamilton


Stevens, Thaddeus


Stevens, Thaddeus



Stewart, Charles

Stiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay)

Stiles, Joseph C. (Joseph Clay)
Stockton, Robert Field




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Stokes, Jordan


Stone, A. L. (Andrew Leete)

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stringfellow, B. F. (Benjamin F.)


Stringfellow, Thornton



Stringfellow, Thornton



Stringfellow, Thornton
Stringfellow, Thornton.
Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)
Stroud, George M. (George
McDowell)


Stuart, Moses




Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles



Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles




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Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles


Sumner, Charles

Sumner, Charles

Sunderland, La Roy



Sunderland, La Roy



Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher



Tarrant, Carter

Thome, James A.



Thompson, George


Tyson, Martha Ellicott




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Van Buren, Martin, President,
U.S.

Van Evrie, John H.
Vaux, Roberts
Virey, J.-J. (Julien Joseph)
Virginian.


Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew
Webster, Noah

Weld, Theodore Dwight
Wesley, John

Wheeler, John
White, Richard Grant

Whittier, John Greenleaf


Wickliffe, Robert
Wilberforce, Robert Isaac




Wilberforce, William

Wilkinson, Thomas.


Wilson, William Dexter




                                Maine. Supreme Judicial Court
                                Nebraska. Governor (1859-
                                1861 : Black)



                                Ohio Anti-slavery Society




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                             United States. Dept. of State



                             United States. Supreme Court
Andrews, John W. (John
Whiting)


Ashley, James Monroe

Austin, James Trecothick
Bearse, Austin



Benton, Thomas Hart


Bishop, Joel Prentiss
Brewster, Francis E


Bross, William

Brown, William H. (William
Hubbard)

Clarke, James Freeman

Clay, Cassius Marcellus
Fisher, Sidney George


Fletcher, John



Greeley, Horace
Hart, Albert Bushnell

Headley, Joel Tyler

Hosmer, William



Hossack, John




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James, Benjamin

Jay, William
Jolliffe, John


Magrath, A. G. (Andrew Gordon)

Mansfield, John L


Mellen, G. W. F. (George W. F.)



O'Neall, John Belton

Parker, Joel

Parker, Joel

Perley, Jeremiah


Perley, Jeremiah


Phillips, Wendell
Pillsbury, Parker

Porter, Noah




Rantoul, Robert



Reeve, Tapping



Reeve, Tapping
Southern inquirer
Spear, Charles

Spencer, Ichabod S. (Ichabod
Smith)


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Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander
Spooner, Lysander

Stone, James W. (James
Winchell)


Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles
Sumner, Charles
Talbot, Thomas H. (Thomas
Hammond)

Thomas, Benjamin Franklin



Thomas, William



Thompson, George



Thompson, George


Tiffany, Joel

Waller, James B. (James
Breckinridge)

Webster, Daniel

Whiting, William
Wilcox, Andrew J. (Andrew
Jackson)




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fullTitle                                                                   imprintYear
"Liberty" : the image and superscription on every coin issued by the
United States of America.                                                   1837
"Liberty" : the image and superscription on every coin issued by the
United States of America.                                                   1838
"North American" documents : letters from Geo. Law, Ephraim Marsh,
& Chauncey Shaffer.                                                         [1856?]
A brief notice of the recent outrages committed by Isaac I. Stevens,
governor of Washington Territory : the suspension of the writ of
Habeas corpus - the breaking up of courts, and the kidnapping of
judges and clerks.                                                          May 17, 1856
A call for a national nominating convention.                                [1847?]
A Chapter of American history : five years' progress of the slave
power : a series of papers first published in the Boston
"Commonwealth," in July, August, and September, 1851.                       1852
A review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's synodical speech, in defence of
American slavery : delivered September 19th and 20th, and published
December 1843 : with an outline of the Bible argument against
slavery.                                                                    1844
Abolitionism exposed, corrected.                                            1838
Account of Charles Dunsdon, of Semington, Wiltshire, England.               [18--?]
African servitude : when, why, and by whom instituted : by whom, and
how long, shall it be maintained?                                           1860
An Address of members of the House of representatives, of the
Congress of the United States, to their constituents, on the subject of
the war with Great Britain.                                                 1812

An address to Christians of all denominations, on the inconsistency of
admitting slave-holders to communion and church membership.                 1831
An Appeal to the conservative men of all parties : the presidential
question : an important question--shall the subject of slavery forever
prevent all useful legislation, or shall it be settled by the doctrine of
non-intervention? ... the state debt : pro                                  [1860]
Anti-fugitive slave law meeting.                                            [1851]
Anti-slavery crisis : policy of ministers.                                  1838
Bondage a moral institution, sanctioned by the Scriptures of the Old
and New Testaments, and the preaching and practice of the Saviour
and his apostles.                                                           1837
Christian investigator.                                                     1843-1848
Correspondence respecting slavery in Abyssinia .                            1923

Das sklavenwesen in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika.                [1862]
La schiavitù e la guerra negli Stati Uniti d'America.                       [1864?]
Legislateurs, ouvrez les yeux, le fer, la flamme et la peste ravagent
maintenant la partie du Nord de Saint-Domingue.                             Unknown
Letters on the necessity of a prompt extinction of British colonial
slavery : chiefly addressed to the more influential classes ... to which
are added, Thoughts on compensation.                                        1826
Lloyd's American guide : containing new arranged time tables ...
population, states, and distances to every place on all the railroad
routes in the United States and Canadas.                                    1857




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Los Diputados americanos en las Córtes españolas : Los diputados
de Puerto-Rico : 1872-1873.                                                    1880
Question of questions.                                                         [186-?]
Remarks occasioned by strictures in the Courier and New York
enquirer of December 1852, upon the Stafford-house address : in a
letter to a friend in the United States.                                       1853
Remarks on the new sugar-bill : and on the national compacts
respecting the sugar-trade and slave-trade.                                    1792
Remarks upon slavery : occasioned by attempts made to circulate
improper publications in the southern states.                                  1835

Scripture evidence of the sinfulness of injustice and oppression :
respectfully submitted to professing Christians, in order to call forth
their sympathy and exertions, on behalf of the much-injured Africans.          1828
Southern notes for national circulation.                                       1860

Spirit of the Chicago Convention : extracts from all the notable
speeches delivered in and out of the National "Democratic"
Convention : a surrender to the rebels advocated--a disgraceful and
pussillanimous peace demanded--the federal government savagely                 [1864]
Substance of a speech intended to have been made on Mr.
Wilberforce's motion for the abolition of the slave trade, on Tuesday,
April 3, 1792.                                                                 1792

The Abolition conspiracy to destroy the union, or, A ten years' record
of the "Republican" party : the opinions of William Lloyd Garrison,
Wendell Phillips, Abraham Lincoln, William H. Seward ... &c.                   1866
The Age : [a southern monthly eclectic magazine].                              1864-65
The agitation of slavery : who commenced! and who can end it!! :
Buchanan and Fillmore compared from the record.                                [1850?]
The Algerine slaves : a poem.                                                  1798
The crisis no. 1, or, Thoughts on slavery : occassioned by the Missouri
question.                                                                      1820
The End of the irrepressible conflict.                                         1860
The great surrender to the rebels in arms : the armistice.                     [1864?]
The Land we love : a monthly magazine devoted to literature, military
history, and agriculture.                                                      1866-69
The last illness and death of George Hardy : a coloured boy.                   [1859?]
The liberator.                                                                 [1897]

The liberty bell, society sons of the revolution in the state of California.   1915-1919
The loyalists' ammunition.                                                     1863
The Negro labor question.                                                      1858
The negro's place in nature : a paper read before the London
Anthropological Society.                                                       1866
The poet Cowper and his brother.                                               [18--?]

The present state of the British empire in Europe, America, Africa and
Asia : containing a concise account of our possesions in every part of
the globe ; the religion, policy, customs, government, trade,
commerce, and manufactures, with the natural and ar                    1768




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The spirit of the South towards Northern freemen and soldiers
defending the American flag against traitors of the deepest dye.         1861

An address to the anti-slavery Christians in the United States.          1852

An address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States.          [1852?]
[Erklärung] und Constitution der Amerikanischen Gegensclavery-
Gesellschaft.                                                            1836

Prejudice against color.                                                 Unknown

Thirty-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and
the addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 17, 1854.         1854
Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention : assembled at
Philadelphia, December 4, 5, and 6, 1833.                                1833
An appeal to the women of the nominally free states : issued by an
Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held by adjournments
from the 9th to the 12th of May, 1837.                                   1837
Report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society : with a concise
statement of events, previous and subsequent to the annual meeting
of 1835.                                                                 1836

The defence of the settlers of Honduras against the unjust and
unfounded representations of Colonel George Arthur, late
superintendent of that settlement : principally contained in his
Correspondence relative to the condition and treatment of the slaves o 1824
Proceedings of the Cincinnati colonization society, at the annual
meeting, January 14, 1833.                                             1833
Seventh annual report of the Colonization Society, of the City of New-
York.                                                                  1839


Report of the Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored
People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York.           1863

Acts and resolutions of the first session of the Provisional congress of
the Confederate States, held at Montgomery, Ala.                         1861
Proceedings of the Constitutional Meeting at Faneuil Hall : November
26th, 1850.                                                              1850


Slavery convention, Geneva, September 25th, 1926.                        [1927]


Slavery convention, Geneva, September 25th, 1926.                        [1926]
Cuba, ses ressources, son administration, sa population, au point de
vue de la conolisation europeenne et de l'emancipation progressive
des esclaves.                                                            1851




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Address to the churches of Jesus Christ, by the Evangelical union anti-
slavery society, of the city of New York, auxiliary to the Am. A.S.
society : with the constitution, names of officers, board of managers,
and executive committee : April, 1839.                                  1839

Fourth annual report of the executive board of the Friends' Association
of Philadelphia and its Vicinity for the Relief of Colored Freedmen :
read at the annual meeting of the contributors, held at Arch Street
Meeting-House, Philadelphia, 4th month 15th,                              1867
An address of Friends of the Yearly meeting of New-York, to the
citizens of the United States, especially to those of the Southern
states, upon the subject of slavery.                                      1844
Convention between Great Britain and Egypt for the suppression of
slavery and the slave trade.                                              [1896]
Mui-tsai in Hong Kong : report of the committee appointed by His
excellency the Governor, Sir William Peel.                                1936
Slavery. Report submitted by the Sixth committee to the Assembly :
Rapporteur : H.E.M.R.J. Sandler (Sweden).                                 [1935]

Slavery convention : annual report by the Council (with supplements). [1927]

Slavery convention : annual report by the Council (with supplements). [1928]

Slavery convention : annual report by the Council (with supplements). [1929]

Slavery convention : annual report by the Council (with supplements). [1930]

Slavery convention : annual report by the Council (with supplements).     [1931]
Slavery convention : resolutions adopted by the Assembly at its
meeting held on September 25th, 1926 : adopted on the proposal of
the Sixth Committee.                                                      1926
Question of slavery : report presented to the sixth assembly by the
sixth committee : Rapporteur: Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, delegate of
the British Empire.                                                       1925
Slavery convention : report presented to the Assembly by the Sixth
Committee.                                                                [1926]
Slavery convention, annual report by the Council : Report of the Sixth
committee to the Assembly. Rapporteur : Sir E. Hilton Young (British
Empire).                                                                  [1927]
Slavery convention.--Annual report of the Council : Report by the Sixth
committee to the Assembly. Rapporteur : M. Leopoldo Palacios
(Spain).                                                                  1929
Slavery, report submitted by the Sixth committee to the Assembly :
Rapporteur : Jonkheer J. Loudon (Netherlands).                            1930

Slavery.                                                                  1932

Slavery. Report by the Sixth committee to the Assembly.                   [1933]
Slavery. Report submitted by the Sixth committee to the Assembly :
Rapporteur : H.E. Jonkheer J. Loudon (Netherlands).                       [1931]
Slavery. Report submitted by the Sixth committee to the Assembly :
Rapporteur : Mr. A. Noel Skelton (United kingdom).                        [1934]


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Temporary slavery commission : second session.                             1925

Letter from the chairman of the commission to the president of the
Council, and Report of the commission.                                 [1925]
Provisional bibliography on slavery : [prepared for the United Nations
Library and United Nations Ad Hoc Commission on Slavery according
to an outline supplied by the sponsors].                               1950?


Report of a Committee of the Liverpool East India Association
Appointed to Take into Consideration the Restrictions on the East
India Trade : presented to the association at a general meeting, 9th
May 1822, and ordered to be printed.                                       1822

The London Missionary Society's report of the proceedings against the
late Rev. J. Smith, of Demerara, Minister of gospel : who was tried
under martial law, and condemned to death, on a charge of aiding and
assisting in a rebellion of the Negro slaves : f                      1824


Report and resolves on the subject of slavery.                             [1836]
A catalogue of the library of the state of Mississippi, arranged
alphabetically under different heads, with the number, size, and cost
of the volume of each work specified : to which are prefixed the rules
and regulations provided for its government.                               1858
Tributes to Theodore Parker : comprising the exercises at the Music
hall, on Sunday, June l7, l860, with the Proceedings of the New
England anti-slavery convention, at the Melodeon, May 31, and the
resolutions of the Fraternity and the Twenty-eighth Congr                  1860
An appeal to the professors of Christianity in the southern states and
elsewhere, on the subject of slavery.                                      1842
Address of the New York City Anti-slavery Society : to the people of
the city of New York.                                                      1833

Extracts from the American slave code.                                     [1829?]

Political record of Stephen A. Douglas on the slavery question : a tract
issued by the Illinois Republican state central committee.                 1860
Lettre ou instructions de l'assemblee générale coloniale de l'isle
Sainte-Lucie La Fidelle, a J.B. Thounens, son deputé extraordinaire
auprèc de la Convention nationale, suivie de quelques autres pièces
sur le même sujet : (18 février 1793).                                     Unknown
Réponse succinte des députés de St.-Domingue, au mémoire des
commercants des ports de mer, distribué dans les bureaux de
l'Assemblée nationale, le 9 octobre 1789.                                  1789
Question of slavery : letter from the governor-general of the Sudan
relative to the question of slavery.                                       1925

Question of slavery : communication from the government of the
Sudan.                                                                     1927
The proceedings of the Union meeting : held at Castle Garden,
October 30, 1850.                                                          1850


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Slavery in Peru Message from the President of the United States,
transmitting report of the secretary of state, with accompanying
papers, concerning the alleged existence of slavery in Peru.                   1913
"One idea"                                                                     [1848?]
[Memorial reported to have been laid before the "General council" of
the bishops, clergy, and laity, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in
the Confederate States of America : held in St. Paul's church,
Augusta, Georgia, November 22, 1862].                                          [1863?]

A brief chapter in the life of General Franklin Pierce : from the National
Era of June 17 : Mr. Pierce and the anti-slavery movement.                 [1852?]

A collection of miscellaneous songs, from the Liberty minstrel, and
Masons's Juvenile harp : for the use of the Cincinnati High School.            1845

A collection of valuable documents : being Birney's vindication of
abolitionists--Protest of the American A.S. Society--To the people of
the United States, or, To such Americans as value their rights--Letter
from the executive committee of the N.Y.A.S. So                                1836
A comparison of slavery with abolitionism : together with reflections
deduced from the premises, touching the several interests of the
United States. : By Amor Patriae.                                              1848
A description of the nature of slavery among the Moors, And the cruel
sufferings of those that fall into it ... to which is added, an account of
Capt. Stuart's negotiations for the redemption of the English captives
....                                                                           1721
A fresh catalogue of Southern outrages upon Northern citizens.                 1860

A full statement of the reasons which were in part offered to the
committee of the legislature of Massachusetts : on the fourth and
eighth of March, showing why there should be no penal laws enacted,
and no condemnatory resolutions passed by the legislatu                1836
A letter from an elder in an old school Presbyterian church to his son
at college.                                                            1863

A memoir of Abraham Lincoln : president elect of the United States of
America, his opinion on secession, extracts from the United States
Constitution, &c. : to which is appended an historical sketch on
slavery, reprinted by permission from "The Times".                             1861
A memorial to the Congress of the United States : on the subject of
restraining the increase of slavery in new states to be admitted into
the Union : prepared in pursuance of a vote of the inhabitants of
Boston and its vicinity, assembled at the State Hou                            1819
A picture of slavery : drawn from the decisions of southern courts.            [1863]
A pioneer emancipator.                                                         1881
A plan for the abolition of slavery : consistently with the interests of all
parties concerned.                                                             1828
A review of the decision of the Supreme court of the United States in
the Dred Scott case.                                                           1857
A review of the official apologies of the American Tract Society : for its
silence on the subject of slavery.                                             1856


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A short history and description of the Ojibbeway Indians now on a visit
to England.                                                                    1844
A Sketch of Henry Franklin and family.                                         [1887]
A statement of facts : illustrating the administration of the abolition
law, and the sufferings of the Negro apprentices in the island of
Jamaica.                                                                       1837
A statement of the reasons which induced the students of Lane
Seminary, to dissolve their connection with that institution.                  1834
A statement proving Millard Fillmore, the candidate of the Whig Party
for the office of Vice President, to be an abolitionist : by a review of his
course in the 25th, 26th, and 27th Congress : also, showing Gen.
Taylor to be in favor of extending the ordi                                    [1848?]
A summary of the evidence produced before the committee of the
Privy Council, and before a committee of the House of Commons :
relating to the slave trade.                                                   1792
A tract for Sabbath schools.                                                   [1857?]

A tract for the free states : let every one read and consider before he
condemns : a safe and generous proposition for abolishing slavery.             [1856]
A treatise on slavery.                                                         [183-?]
A Workingman's reasons for the re-election of Abraham Lincoln.                 [1864]
Abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises                           1840-1843
Abolition is national death, or, The attempt to equalize races the
destruction of society.                                                        1866

Address and reply, on the presentation of a testimonial to S.P. Chase. [1845]
Address of the Peterboro State Convention to the slaves, and its
vindication.                                                           1842
Address to the people of Maryland.                                     1863

Address to the people of the United States on the subject of slavery.          1834
Agitation -- the doom of slavery.                                              [185-?]
American slavery A protest against American slavery, by one hundred
and seventy-three Unitarian ministers.                                         1845
American slavery : demonstrations in favor of Dr. Cheever, in
Scotland.                                                                      1860
American slavery : report of a meeting of members of the Unitarian
body, held at the Freemason's tavern, June 13th, 1851, to deliberate
on the duty of English Unitarians in reference to slavery in the United
States.                                                                        1851
America's misfortune, or, A practical view of slavery.                         1856

An address on slavery, and against immediate emancipation : with a
plan of their being gradually emancipated & colonized, in 32 years.            1834
An address to ministers and Christian masters.                                 [1829]
An address to the friends of Negro emancipation in Liverpool.                  1824
An address to the people of Great Britain : on the propriety of
abstaining from West India sugar and rum.                                      1792
An address to the respectable people of every colour, and other if you
please.                                                                        [1829]




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An appeal on the subject of slavery : addressed to the members of the
New England and New Hampshire Conferences of the Methodist
Episcopal Church : together with a defence of said appeal, in which is
shown the sin of holding property in man.                                     1835
An appeal to the conservative masses, North and South : to end
agitation for or against slavery, by decided action now.                      [1856]
An enquiry which of the two parties is best entitled to freedom? : the
slave or the slave-holder? : from an impartial examination of the
conduct of each party, at the bar of public justice.                          1824
An inquiry into the nature and results of the anti-slavery agitation, with
a view at the prospect before us.                                             1851

Andersonville prison park : Report of its purchase and improvement.
Accompanied by a plat of the grounds, made from acutal survey.                [1899?]
Answer of the Hon. Seth M. Gates, to the letter of Gerrit Smith.              Oct. 29, 1839
Anti-slavery hymns, designed to aid the cause of human rights :
containing original hymns written by Abby H. Price, and others of
Hopedale community, with a choice selection from other authors.               1844
Anti-slavery nominations.                                                     [Nov. 1839]
Appeal of clerical abolitionists on anti-slavery measures : reply by
editor pro. tem. of the Liberator : a layman's reply to a 'Clerical appealí
: reply to the Appeal by Rev. A.A. Phelps : declaration of abolitionists
in the theological seminary at Andove                                         [1837]
Appeal of forty thousand citizens, threatened with disfranchisement, to
the people of Pennsylvania.                                                   1838
Appel en faveur des esclaves aux États-Unis.                                  [1855]
Autographs for freedom.                                                       1853
Autographs for freedom.                                                       1854
Bigotry exposed, or, A calm dicussion of the abolition question.              1835
Biographical sketches of the Democratic candidates for the
Presidency and Vice Presidency.                                               [1844]
British opinions of the American Colonization Society.                        1833
Can abolitionists vote or take office under the United States
Constitution?                                                                 1845
Cass and Taylor on the slavery question.                                      1848

Christianity versus treason and slavery : Religion rebuking sedition.         [1864]
Christ's doctrine of future punishment : life a season of probation.          [18--?]
Claims of the Africans, or, History of the American Colonization
Society.                                                                      1832
Confederate leaders in the Forty-fourth Congress : who they are, their
aims and opinions : a Democratic counter rebellion : conquering the
Union they failed to destroy.                                                 [1876?]
Considerations addressed to professors of Christianity of every
denomination on the impropriety of consuming West India sugar &
rum as produced by the oppressive labour of slaves.                           1792
Constitution of the anti-slavery society.                                     1838
Curiosity visits to southern plantations.                                     1863
Daylight before sunrise.                                                      [185-?]
Democratic text book : slavery in the territories : a compilation from
the leading authorities of the democratic party, showing what is meant
by the doctrine of non-intervention.                                          [1848?]


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Detraction.                                                                 [18--?]
Did the world make itself.                                                  [185-?]
Dr. Ross and Bishop Colenso, or, The truth restored in regard to
polygamy and slavery.                                                       1857
Echoes of Harper's Ferry.                                                   1860
Emancipation in the West Indies, in 1838.                                   [1838]
Emancipation of the Negro slaves in the West India colonies
considered, with reference to its impolicy and injustice : in answer to
Mr. Wilberforce's appeal.                                                   1824-
Encroachments of the slave power, upon the rights of the North.             1848
Essays in the constitutional history of the United States in the
formative period, 1775-1789.                                                1889
Essays, theological and miscellaneous : including contributions of the
late Albert B. Dod.                                                         1847
Extracts from a few scattered leaves of the panorama of liberty,
democracy and slavery : their champions and attendants.                     1861
Extracts from writings of Friends : on the subject of slavery.              1839
Facts and documents for the people.                                         [1856?]
Facts for the people.                                                       [1841?]
Facts for the people.                                                       1843
Facts for the people.                                                       1843
Facts for the people. No. 1 : the conspiracy of Fillmore leaders to elect
Buchanan, by inducing honest men to throw away upon Mr. Fillmore,
votes which would otherwise be cast against slavery extension and for
John C. Fremont.                                                            [1856?]
Fallacies of freemen and foes of liberty : a reply to "The American war,
the whole question explained".                                              1863
Fanaticism, and its results, or, Facts versus fancies.                      1860
Fast day sermons, or, The pulpit on the state of the country.               1861
First of August : abolition of the apprenticeship.                          1838
Five hundred thousand strokes for freedom : a series of anti-slavery
tracts of which half a million are now first issued by the friends of the
Negro.                                                                      1853
Free and friendly remarks on a speech lately delivered to the Senate
of the United States.                                                       1839
Free negroism ; or, Results of emancipation in the North and West
India islands.                                                              1862
Freeman awake! : would you sustain the Union : preserve order,
tranquility and Christian feeling in your respective churches and
congregations : and secure peace and happiness around your
domestic firesides? : then "to the rescue!" (and defeat the revolut         1839
Freemen's ticket : for Congress, Henry Fitzhugh, Benjamin P.
Johnson : for Assembly, Hamilton Littlefield, Edward B. Judson :
Address, to the Democratic electors of Oswego County.                       1838
Friends of liberty! : Read this before you vote!!.                          1838?
Gerrit Smith and the Vigilant Association of the City of New-York.          [1860]
God bless Abraham Lincoln! : a solemn discourse.                            [1860-1865]
Governor Edward Coles.                                                      1920
Great orations.                                                             [1899]
Harrison's national debt : Assumption of the state debts.                   [1840?]
Have we any need of the Bible?                                              [185-?]
Have you a friend?                                                          [18--?]


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Have you an anchor?                                                         [186-?]
Hebrew servitude and American slavery.                                      [185-?]

Hints on a cheap mode of purchasing the liberty of a slave population. 1838

Hints to the farmers of Rhode-Island.                                       1829
Historical notes on slavery and colonization : with particular reference
to the efforts which have been made in favor of African colonization in
New-Jersey.                                                                 1842
History and record of the proceedings of the people of Lexington and
its vicinity, in the suppression of the true American, from the
commencement of the movement to the 14th of August, 1845, to its
final termination on Monday, the 18th of the same month.                    1845
I don't believe in religion.                                                [185-?]
Inconsistency and hypocrisy of Martin Van Buren : on the question of
slavery.                                                                    [1848?]
Intelligent Negroes.                                                        [1845]

Interesting memoirs and documents relating to American slavery and
the glorious struggle now making for complete emancipation.                 1846
Is God every body and every body God?                                       [185-?]
Is Millard Fillmore an abolitionist?                                        1856
Is the Gospel fact or fable.                                                [1857?]

Key-notes of American liberty : comprising the most important
speeches, proclamations, and acts of Congress, from the foundation
of the government to the present time : with a history of the flag.         1866
La abolicion de la esclavitud y el proyecto del señor Moret.                1870
L'esclavage dans les États Confédérés.                                      1865
Letter addressed to the Hon. John C. Calhoun, on the law relating to
slaves, free negroes, and mulattoes.                                        1845
Letter addressed to the President of the United States on slavery :
considered in relation to the constitutional principles of government in
Great Britain and in the United States.                                     1855
Letter to a member of the Congress of the United States of America,
from an English clergyman : including a republication, with
considerable additions, of the tract entitled 'Every man his own
property.'.                                                                 1835
Letter to a member of the General Assembly of Virginia, on the
subject of the late conspiracy of the slaves : with a proposal for their
colonization.                                                               1801
Letter to the Edinburgh reviewers.                                          [1819?]
Letters of Major Jack Downing of the Downingville Militia.                  1866

Letters on American slavery from Victor Hugo, de Tocqueville, Emile
de Girardin, Carnot, Passy, Mazzini, Humboldt, O. Lafayette &c.             1860

Liberator-extra! : Middlesex awake!! `Liberty for all, or chains for all'!!. [1838]
Liberty chimes.                                                              1845
Liberty of slavery, the great national question : three prize essays on
American slavery.                                                            1857




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Liberty or slavery, the great national question : three prize essays on
American slavery.                                                             1857
Library of William C. Bolivar, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.                    1914
Little sins : a dialogue : to which is added, an abstract of an interesting
conversation.                                                                 [18--?]
Lost or saved!                                                                [18--?]
Loyal meeting of the people of New-York, to support the government,
prosecute the war, and maintain the union, held at the Cooper
institute, Friday evening, March 6, 1863.                                     1863
Loyalty : what is it? : to whom or what due?.                                 [1863]
Lyrics of the war.                                                            [18--]
Maine historical memorials.                                                   1922
Manchester and Abraham Lincoln : a side-light on an earlier fight for
freedom.                                                                      [19--]
Memoirs of life in and out of the army in Virginia during the war
between the states.                                                           1894
Memorial addresses in honor of Dr. Booker T. Washington.                      1916
Memorial of inhabitants of the District of Columbia : praying for the
gradual abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia : March 24,
1828, referred to the committee for the District of Columbia.                 1828
Memorial on the personal liberty law.                                         1861
Memorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America
by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of
slavery, &c &c.                                                               1792
Military despotism! : suspension of the habeas corpus! : curses
coming home to roost! : New York, Oct., 1863.                                 1863
Narrative of facts in the case of Passmore Williamson.                        1855
National celebration of Union victories : grand military and civic
procession : mass meeting at Union square, New York, March 6th,
1865.                                                                         1865
National prosperity the reward of national equity.                            [1838?]
Nebraska : a poem, personal and political.                                    1854
North and South. From the New York courier and enquirer.                      [1845?]
Notice of Com. Stockton's letter on the slavery question, or, A plea for
toleration.                                                                   1850
Old Moses, or, The praying negro.                                             [186-?]

Olive Branch-Extra.                                                           December 24, 1833
On slavery.                                                                   [185-?]
Opinions of the early presidents, and of the fathers of the republic,
upon slavery, and upon Negroes as men and soldiers.                           1863
Organization of the free state government in Kansas : with the
inaugural speech and message of Governor Robinson.                            1856
Poetry for the times.                                                         [1856?]
Politics and the pulpit : a series of articles which appeared in the
Journal of commerce and in the Independent, during the year 1850 :
to which was added an article from the Independent of Feb. 21, 1850,
entitled "Shall we compromise?".                                              1851
Popular sovereignty in the territories : the Democratic record.               [1860]
Practical considerations founded on the Scriptures, relative to the
slave population of South-Carolina : respectfully dedicated to "The
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Précis de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises.          1840-1843
Predisposing causes to insurrection in Demerara.                           [1824?]
Presidential document.                                                     [1860?]
Proceedings at the public breakfast held in honour of William Lloyd
Garrison, Esq., of Boston, Massachusetts, in St. James's Hall,
London, on Saturday, June 29th, 1867.                                      1868

Proceedings of a convention of delegates : chosen by the people of
Massachusetts, without distinction of party and assembled at Faneuil
Hall, in the city of Boston, on Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
A.D. 1845, to take into consideration the proposed                   1845
Proceedings of an Union meeting, held in New York : an appeal to the
South.                                                               1860
Proceedings of the meeting held at the Tabernacle in the city of New
York : on the 29th of April, 1856.                                   [1856]

Proceedings of the session of Broadway Tabernacle against Lewis
Tappan : with the action of the Presbytery and General Assembly.           1839
Prophecy.                                                                  [1857?]
Radical rule : military outrage in Georgia : Arrest of Columbus
prisoners.                                                                 1868
Reception of George Thompson in Great Britain.                             1836
Register of trades of the colored people in the city of Philadelphia and
districts.                                                                 [1838]
Remarks on "Slavery.                                                       1836
Remarks on an address to the members of the new Parliament : on
the proceedings of the Colonial department, with respect to the West
India question.                                                            1826
Remarks upon a plan for the total abolition of slavery in the United
States.                                                                    [1833?]
Report of the proceedings of a meeting held at Concert Hall,
Philadelphia on Tuesday evening, November 3, 1863 : to take into
consideration the condition of the freed people of the South.              1863
Review of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court : in the cases of
Lambdin P. Milligan and others, the Indiana conspirators.                  1867

Shall we give Bibles to three millions of American slaves?                 [1847]
Short biographical notices of Samuel Emlen, James Pemberton,
Daniel Bowly, Junr. Thomas Rutter, and Job Thomas.                         [18--?]
Sketch of the life and public services of Gen. Lewis Cass.                 [1848]
Sketch of the life of Martin Van Buren.                                    [1843?]

Slave holding piety illustrated.                                           [1857]
Slavery : a sin against God.                                               [18--?]
Slavery abolished.                                                         [18--?]
Slavery and its prospects in the United States.                            1857
Slavery and serfdom considered.                                            1861
Slavery and the Bible.                                                     [185-?]
Slavery in rebellion : an outlaw : how to deal with it.                    [1861?]
Slavery vs. abolition.                                                     1860
Slavery, con. and pro. or, A sermon and its answer.                        1858


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Slavery.                                                                    [1860]
South songs : from the lays of later days.                                  1866
Southern hatred of the American government, the people of the North,
and free institutions.                                                      1862
Southern rights documents : co-operation meeting held in Charleston,
S.C., July 29th, 1851.                                                      [1851?]
Southern state rights, free trade and anti-abolition tract no. 1.           1844

Spermaceti for inward bruises : with prescriptions from the saddle-
bags of Drs. Franklin and Jefferson, revised and amended for the use
of modern politico, theologico, valetudinarians.                     1851

Star of emancipation.                                                       1841
Statements and observations on the working of the laws for the
abolition of slavery throughout the British colonies : and on the present
state of the Negro population.                                              [1836]
Stories of the sea.                                                         1893
Substance of the debates on a resolution for abolishing the slave
trade : which was moved in the House of Commons on the 10th June,
1806, and in the House of Lords on the 24th June, 1806 : with an
appendix containing notes and illustrations.                                1806

Tariff protection.                                                          [184-?]
Tee-total anti-slavery pledge.                                              Unknown
Telescopic views of Scripture.                                              [1857?]
The "negro pew" : being an inquiry concerning the propriety of
distinctions in the house of God, on account of color.                      1837

The address of southern delegates in Congress to their constituents.        [1849]
The American and foreign anti-slavery reporter.                             1840
The American Board of Missions and Slavery : a reprint of the
correspondence in the "Nonconformist" newspaper : to which is
added, an article on the fall of Dr. Pomroy, and his consequent
dismissal from office.                                                      1860
The American Tract Society, Boston.                                         1859
The anti-slavery struggle.                                                  1897
The ballot box a remedy for national crimes : a sermon entitled "The
remedy for dueling," by Rev. Lyman Beecher, D.D. ; applied to the
crime of slaveholding.                                                      1838

The bankrupt law.                                                           [1844?]
The blood-stained leaf.                                                     [18--?]
The child's book on slavery, or, Slavery made plain.                        1857
The Church and slavery.                                                     [1856?]
The Civil record of Major-General Winfield S. Hancock : during his
administration in Louisiana and Texas.                                      1880
The civil War & slavery in the United States : A lecture delivered at
Arley chapel, Bristol, June 10, 1862.                                       1862
The commemorative wreath : in celebration of the extinction of Negro
slavery in the British dominions.                                           1835




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The condition of the free people of colour in the United States of
America : reprinted from no. XIII of the Anti-Slavery Examiner,
published at New York, 1839 : to which are added, resolutions passed
at the late meeting of the anti-slavery convention, hel                  1841
The Constitution a pro-slavery compact, or, Extracts from the Madison
papers, etc.                                                             1856
The Constitution a pro-slavery compact, or, Selections from the
Madison papers, etc.                                                     1845
The crisis, no. 2, or, Thoughts on slavery, occasioned by the Missouri
question.                                                                1820
The design of civil government and the extent of its authority, as set
forth in the Holy Scriptures.                                            [18--?]

The divided house, or, The irrepressible conflict : the doctrine of
Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Martin, Pinkney, Reid, Clay,
Faulkner, McDowell, Webster, Birney, Douglas, Shields, Louisville
Courier, Parker, Wade, Fitzhugh, Richmond Inquirer, Baker, V             [18--?]
The duty of Pennsylvania concerning slavery.                             [18--?]
The envoy : from free hearts to the free.                                1840
The extinction of slavery : a national necessity before the present
conflict can be ended.                                                   [1862?]
The Faneuil Hall address.                                                [1865?]
The fellowship of slaveholders incompatible with a Christian
profession.                                                              1859
The free soil minstrel.                                                  1848

The genius of universal emancipation : a monthly paper : containing
original essays and selections on the subject of African slavery.        1821-1824
The Governing race : a book for the time, and for all times.             1860
The History of Prince Lee Boo, to which is added, the Life of Paul
Cuffee, a man of colour, also, Some account of John Sackhouse, the
Esquimaux.                                                               1822
The Kansas war, or, The conquests of chivalry in the crusades of the
nineteenth century : a heroic poem.                                      1856
The law and the testimony concerning slavery.                            [185-?]
The legion of liberty! : and force of truth : containing the thoughts,
words, and deeds, of some prominent apostles, champions and
martyrs : pictures and poetry.                                           1857
The legion of liberty! : and force of truth : containing the thoughts,
words, and deeds, of some prominent apostles, champions and
martyrs.                                                                 1843
The legion of liberty! : and force of truth, containing the thoughts,
words, and deeds of some prominent apostles, champions and
martyrs.                                                                 1842
The liberty almanac for 1845.                                            Unknown

The Liberty almanac for 1848.                                            [1847]
The Liberty almanac for 1849.                                            [1848]
The liberty almanac for 1850.                                            [1849]
The Liberty almanac for 1851.                                            [1850]
The liberty almanac for 1852.                                            Unknown
The Liberty almanac, for 1847.                                           [1846]


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The Liberty and property of British subjects asserted : in a letter from
an assembly-man in Carolina, to his friend in London.                      1726
The Liberty bell.                                                          1839-1858
The Liberty Minstrel.                                                      1846
The life of slavery, or the life of the nation? : mass meeting of the
citizens of New York, (without distinction of party,) at the Cooper
Institute, New York, March 6, 1862 : Hon. James A. Hamilton in the
chair.                                                                     [1862?]

The Life, explorations, and public services of John Charles Fremont.       1856
The life, trial and execution of Capt. John Brown : known as 'Old
Brown of Ossawatomie,' with a full account of the attempted
insurrection at Harper's Ferry, Va. : compiled from official and
authentic sources : including Cooke's confession, and all the in           [1859]
The Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster.                           [1864]
The Lincoln catechism wherein the eccentricities & beauties of
despotism are fully set forth : a guide to the presidential election of
1864.                                                                      [c1864]
The Mediator between North and South, or, The seven pointers of the
North star : thoughts of an American in the wilderness.                    1862
The military-prison keepers of the late southern confederacy, in the
van of the Democratic party.                                               [1876]
The monthly offering.                                                      1841

The National hand-book of facts and figures, historical, statistical,
documentary, political, from the formation of the government to the
present time : with a full chronology of the rebellion.                    1868
The New England anti-slavery almanac, for 1841 : being the 65th year
of American independence.                                                  1841
The new pantheon, or, The age of black.                                    1860
The non-resistance principle.                                              [18--?]
The North and the South misrepresented and misjudged, or, a candid
view of our present difficulties and danger, and their causes and
remedy.                                                                    1861

The nutshell : The system of American slavery "tested by Scripture,"
being "a short method" with pro-slavery D.D.'s, whether doctors of
divinity, or of democracy, and political economy, as divinely impressed
upon the human embracing axioms of social, civi                            1862
The origin and object of civil government : according to the views of
the Society of Friends.                                                    [18--?]
The origin and true causes of the Texas insurrection, commenced in
the year 1835.                                                             1836
The twenty-first annual report of the American Society for Colonizing
the Free People of Colour of the United States : with the proceedings
of the annual meeting, December 13, 1837.                                  1838
Letters to the members, patrons and friends of the branch American
Tract Society in Boston, instituted 1814 : and to those of the national
society in New York, instituted 1825.                                      1858
Responsibilities of the publishing committee under the constitution :
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The two tract societies : and the three Hartford Judges.                 1859
Minute adopted on the 18th March, 1858, by the Publishing
Committee of the American Tract Society : explanatory of their
position in relation to the report and resolutions of the Committee of
Fifteen, as sanctiones at the anniversary of 1857, and the Exec          [1858?]

Exposition of the objects and plans of the American Union for the
Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race.                              [1835]

Report of the executive committee of the American Union : at the
annual meeting of the society, May 25, 1836.                             1836

Prejudice against color.                                                 [1839?]
Narrative of facts, respecting Alanson Work, Jas. E. Burr & Geo.
Thompson prisoners in the Missouri penitentiary, for the alleged crime
of negro stealing.                                                       1842
Special report of the Anti-Slavery Conference, held in Paris, in the
Salle Herz, on the twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh August, 1867, hon.
president.                                                               [1867]
Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention : assembled at
Philadelphia, December 4, 5, and 6, 1833.                                1833
Proceedings of the anti-slavery convention held at West Randolph,
Vermont, August 24th and 25th, 1858.                                     1858

Address to anti-slavery societies.                                       1838

Address to the free colored people of the United States.                 1838
Address to the senators and representatives of the free states, in the
Congress of the United States.                                           1838
Fourth annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society : with the
proceedings of the annual meeting, holden in Middlebury, February 21
& 22, 1838.                                                              1838
Second annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society : with an
account of the annual meeting, holden in Middlebury, February 16 &
17, 1836.                                                                1836
Third annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society : presented at
Brandon, February 15, 1837.                                              1837
The forty-eighth annual report of the Vermont Colonization Society :
together with the address of Gen. J.W. Phelps, at the annual meeting
in Montpelier, October 17th, 1867.                                       1867
The twenty-sixth annual report of the Vermont Colonization Society :
presented, October 16, 1845.                                             1845
Reports of select committees of the Senate on slavery and the
condition of Kansas, and on the outrage on the freedom of debate in
Congress.                                                                1856
The slavery code of the District of Columbia : together with notes and
judicial decisions explanatory of the same.                              1862
An exposition of difficulties in West Brookfield, connected with anti-
slavery operations, together with a reply to some statements in a
pamphlet put forth by "Moses Chase, pastor of the church," purporting
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Case of the British West Indies stated.                                   1852
Resolutions of the Wisconsin legislature, on the subject of slavery :
with the speech of Samuel D. Hastings, in the Assembly, Madison,
January 27, 1849.                                                         1849
Proceedings of the Young Men's Democratic State Convention : held
in Columbus, Ohio on the twenty-eighth day of July, 1842 : including
an address to the people of Ohio.                                         1842

A remedy for the defects of the Constitution : By Andrew J. Wilcox.       [1862]

Extracts from Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery : with comments.          1836
What makes slavery a question of national concern? : a lecture,
delivered, by invitation, at New York, January 30, at Syracuse,
February 1, 1885.                                                         1855
Conservatism and reform : speech of Charles Francis Adams in
National Hall, Philadelphia, August 28, 1860.                             [1860]
Richard Henry Dana : a biography.                                         1890
Some phases of the Civil War : an appreciation and criticism of Mr.
James Ford Rhodes's fifth volume.                                         1905
The Republican party a necessity : speech of Charles Francis Adams,
of Massachusetts : delivered in the House of Representatives, May
31, 1860.                                                                 [1860?]

Justice in the bye-ways : a tale of life.                                 1856
General Taylor and the Wilmot proviso.                                    [1848?]

Speech of the Hon. John Quincy Adams in the House of
Representatives on the state of the nation : delivered May 25, 1836.      1836

The jubilee of the Constitution : a discourse delivered at the request of
the New York Historical Society, in the city of New York, on Tuesday,
the 30th of April, 1839, being the fiftieth anniversary of the
inauguaration of George Washington as president                           1839
The sable cloud : a Southern tale, with Northern comments.                1861

The narrative of Robert Adams : a sailor who was wrecked on the
western coast of Africa, in the year 1810, was detained three years in
slavery by the Arabs of the Great Desert, and resided several months
in the City of Tombuctoo. With a map, notes and an                     1817
Bibliography [of Negro education].                                     [1895?]
Christian missions and African colonization.                           1857

A portion of a catalogue of rare books and pamphlets, collected by
R.M. Adger, Phila., upon subjects relating to the past condition of the
colored race and the slavery agitation in this country.                    1894
State of the Union Speech of Hon. Garnett B. Adrain, of New Jersey,
in the House of representatives, January 15, 1861.                         [1861]
The abolition of the slave trade considered in a religious point of view :
a sermon preached before the corporation of the city of Oxford, at St.
Martin's Church, on Sunday, February 3, 1788.                              1788




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The anti-slavery reform : its principle and method.                         1850

The United States Constitution.                                             [1855?]

White slavery in the United States.                                         [1855]
God or our country : review of the Rev. Dr. Putnam's discourse,
delivered on Fast day, entitled God and our country.                        1847
Slavery in the Methodist Episcopal Church.                                  1859
The vision, and other poems, in blank verse.                                1834

Speech of Hon. Samuel S. Boyd : delivered at the great union festival,
held at Jackson, Mississippi, on the 10th day of October, 1851.        1851
The epidemic of the nineteenth century.                                1860
A letter from James Boyle to Wm. Lloyd Garrison : respecting the
clerical appeal, sectarianism, true holiness, &c. : also, Lines on
Christian rest.                                                        1838

A duty which the colored people owe to themselves : a sermon
delivered at Metzerott Hall, Washington, D.C., November 17, 1867.           [1867?]
A memorial of George Bradburn.                                              1883


Address delivered at the Re-union Convention of the Old Abolitionists
of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania : October 1st, 1879, at
Alliance, Ohio.                                                             [1879]
A letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, Peleg Sprague, and Richard
Fletcher, esq.                                                              1836
A tribute to Tom, or, The servant question among the volunteers.            [1895]
What is to become of the slaves in the United States?                       [1845?]
Speech on slavery issues delivered at Huntsville, Alabama,
September 5th, 1859.                                                        [1859?]

Speech of Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, on the subject of abolition petitions :
delivered in the Senate of the United States : February 7, 1839.            1839
State of the Union Speech of Hon. Sherrard Clemens, of Virginia, in
the House of representatives, January 22, 1861.                             [1861]
The local aspect of slavery in the District of Columbia.                    1900
Speech of Hon. Thomas L. Clingman, of North Carolina, against the
revolutionary movement of the anti-slavery party : delivered in the
Senate of the United States, January 16, 1860.                              1860
Speech of Hon. Thomas L. Clingman, of North Carolina, on the
subject of congressional legislation, as to the rights of property in the
territories : delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 7 & 8,
1860.                                                                       1860

A candid appeal to the citizens of the United States, proving that the
doctrines advanced and the measures pursued by the abolitionists,
relative to the subject of emancipation, are inconsistent with the
teachings and directions of the Bible : and that th                         1834
Buchanan and Breckinridge : the democratic hand-book.                       1856




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A scriptural examination of the institution of slavery in the United
States : with its objects and purposes.                                       1856

Leisure labors, or, Miscellanies historical, literary, and political.         1858
An inquiry into the law of Negro slavery in the United States of
America : to which is prefixed, An historical sketch of slavery.              1858
The red flag in John Bull's eyes.                                             1863
Iniquity abounding : a sermon : preached at the Laurel street
Methodist Episcopal church, on Fast day, April 10, 1851.                      1851
The past and present--freedom national, slavery sectional : a
document for the people.                                                      1853

The Platforms : Baltimore : The National convention which assembled
at Baltimore on the 7th of last June, and there nominated Abraham
Lincoln for re-election as President, with Andrew Johnson as vice-
president, adopted and presented to the American people             [1864]
The President Lincoln campaign songster.                            [1864]

The price of gold and the presidency : considerations for the people.         1864
The privilege and dignity, responsibility and duty of the present
Congress to emancipate the slaves by law.                                     [1865]
The proceedings of the union meeting, held at Brewster's Hall,
October 24, 1850.                                                             1851
The progress of colonial reform : being a brief view of the real
advance made since May 15, 1823, in carrying into effect the
recommendations of His Majesty, the unanimous resolutions of
Parliament, and the universal prayer of the nation, with respect to           1826
The Rebuke of secession doctrines.                                            1863

The relation of the pulpit to slavery : letter to a minister of the Gospel.   1836
The relative territorial status of the North and the South.                   [1859]
The republican scrap book : containing the platforms, and a choice
selection of extracts, setting forth the real questions in issue, the
opinions of the candidates, the nature and designs of the slave
oligarchy, as shown by their own writers, and the opin                        1856
The right of petition : remarks of Messrs. Seward, Hale, and Chase :
with a sketch of the debate in the Senate on various petitions and
other matters connected with the subject of slavery.                          1850
The romance of the Civil War.                                                 1903
The scripture doctrine with regard to slavery.                                1854

The slavery question : Dred Scott decision : to the free voters of Ohio.      Unknown
The soldier, the battle, and the victory : being a brief account of the
work of Rev. John Rankin in the anti-slavery cause.                           [1870]
The South Bend fugitive slave case : involving the right to a writ of
habeas corpus.                                                                1851
The story of the life of John Anderson, the fugitive slave.                   1863
The suppressed book about slavery!                                            1864
The teaching of the spirit, exemplified in the history of two slaves.         [18--?]
The territorial question.                                                     [1860]

The uncle Tom's cabin almanack ; or, Abolitionist memento. For 1853. [1852]


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The union must be preserved! : four crisis letters to the ladies,
proposing the speedy formation of the Martha Washington Society.             [1860]
The union: being a condemnation of Mr. Helper's scheme, with a plan
for the settlement of the "irrepressible conflict".                          [1857?]
Thoughts on American slavery, and its proposed remedies.                     1838
Thoughts on slavery.                                                         1848
Three unlike speeches.                                                       1862
To loyal democrats! : who are the sympathizers with the rebellion? :
what the rebels say.                                                         [1862]
To the citizens of the United States : a plea for the gospel scheme for
the abolition of slavery.                                                    Unknown
To the people of Connecticut : "the extension of slavery" : the official
acts of both parties in relation to this question.                           [1856?]
To the people of Kentucky : fellow citizens : at this eventful period,
when the fundamental principles of our government are about to be
established.                                                                 [1798]
To the people of the United States, or, To such Americans as value
their rights, and dare to maintain them.                                     [1836?]
View of the subject of slavery contained in the Biblical repertory for
April, 1836 : in which the scriptural argument, it is believed, is very
clearly and justly exhibited.                                                1836
Walter Browning, or, The slave's protector : founded on fact.                1856
What shall be done?                                                          [186-?]
What the North said to the South.                                            [1860?]
What the South is fighting for.                                              [1862]
Who wrote the New Testament?                                                 [185-?]
Why I would not swear.                                                       [186-?]
Report of the proceedings at the formation of the African Education
Society : instituted at Washington, December 28, 1829 : with an
address to the public, by the Board of Managers.                             1830
Extracts from the eighteenth and nineteenth reports of the directors of
the African Institution : read at their annual general meetings, held in
London on the 11th day of May, 1824, and on the 13th day of May,
1825.                                                                        1826
Fifteenth report of the directors of the African Institution : read at the
annual general meeting, held on the 28th day of March, 1821 : to
which are added, an appendix, and a list of subscribers.                     1821
Twelfth report of the directors of the African Institution : read at the
annual general meeting held on the 9th day of April, 1818 : to which
are added, an appendix, and a list of subscribers.                           1818
Slavery-limitation abandoned in theory and practice by the defenders
of the Crittenden-Lecompton compromise : annual report of the
American Abolition Society, September, 1858.                                 1858

The constitutional duty of the federal government to abolish American
slavery : an expose of the position of the American Abolition Society. 1856

Address to the friends of liberty.                                           [1848]
Address to the inhabitants of New Mexico and California : on the
omission by Congress to provide them with territorial governments
and on the social and political evils of slavery.                            1849


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Address to the non-slaveholders of the South : on the social and
political evils of slavery.                                              [1843]

An address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States.          1852
Annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at New York, May 9, 1848 : with the resolutions and
addresses.                                                               1848
Annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at New-York, May 11, 1852 : with the addresses and
resolutions.                                                             1852

Annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at the general meeting, held in Broadway Tabernacle, May
11, 1847 : with the addresses, resolutions, and treasurer's report.      1847
The annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at New York, May 6, 1851, with the addresses and
resolutions.                                                             1851
The annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at New York, May 7, 1850 : with the addresses and
resolutions.                                                             1850
The annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society :
presented at New York, May 8, 1849 : with the resolutions and
addresses.                                                               1849
The thirteenth annual report of the American & Foreign Anti-slavery
Society : presented at New-York, May 11, 1853 : with the addresses
and resolutions.                                                         1853
Protest and remonstrance : to the Christian abolitionists of Great
Britain and Ireland who met at Freemasons' Hall, London, August 19,
1846, to form an evangelical alliance.                                   [1847?]
A letter to Louis Kossuth concerning freedom and slavery in the
United States : in behalf of the American Anti-Slavery Society.          1852
Annual report : presented to the American Anti-Slavery Society by the
executive committee, at the annual meeting held in New York, May 9,
1855 : with an appendix.                                                 1855
Annual report : presented to the American Anti-Slavery Society, by the
executive committee at the annual meeting, held in New York, May 7,
1856 : with an appendix.                                                 1856
Annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by the executive
committee, for the year ending May 1, 1859.                              1860
Annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by the executive
committee, for the year ending May 1, 1860.                              1861

Annual reports of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by the executive
committee, for the years ending May 1, 1857, and May 1, 1858.          1859

Caste.                                                                   [1839?]

Colonization.                                                            [1839?]
Commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the organization of the
American Anti-Slavery Society, in Philadelphia.                          1884

Danger and safety.                                                       [1839?]


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Declaration of sentiments of the American Anti-Slavery Society :
adopted at the formation of said society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th
day of December, 1833.                                                  1844?
Fifth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
minutes of the meetings of the society for business : and the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held on the 8th May,
1838.                                                                   1838
First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in Chatham-
Street Chapel, in the city of New-York, on the sixth of May, 1834, and
by adjournment on the eighth, in the Rev. Dr. Lansing                   1834
Fourth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-
York on the 9th May, 1837 : and the minutes of the meetings of the
society for business.                                                   1837

Platform of the American anti-slavery society and its auxiliaries.       1853

Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliaries.       1855

Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliaries.       1860

Platform of the American Anti-Slavery Society and its auxiliaries.       1860

Proceedings of the American Anti-Slavery Society at its second
decade : held in the city of Philadelphia, Dec. 3d, 4th and 5th, 1853.   1854

Proceedings of the American Anti-Slavery Society, at its third decade :
held in the city of Philadelphia, Dec 3d and 4th, 1864 [i.e., 1863].    1864

Pro-slavery Bible.                                                      [1839?]
Second annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-
York on the 12th May, 1835 : and the minutes of the meetings of the
society for business.                                                   1835
Sixth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-
York, on the 7th May, 1839 : and the minutes of the meetings of the
society for business held on the evening and the                        1839

Slavery and missions.                                                    [1839?]

St. Domingo.                                                             [1839?]

The declaration of sentiments and constitution of the American Anti-
Slavery Society : together with all those parts of the Constitution of the
United States which are supposed to have any relation to slavery.          1835

The District of Columbia to the people of the United States, or, To
such Americans as value their rights, and dare to maintain them.         [1836?]

The ten commandments.                                                    [1839?]


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Third annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-
York on the 10th May, 1836 : and the minutes of the meetings of the
society for business.                                                   1836

Twenty-eighth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : by
the executive committee, for the year ending May 1, 1861.             1861

What is abolition?                                                           [1839?]

Address to the friends of constitutional liberty : on the violation by the
United States House of Representatives of the right of petition.             1840


On receiving donations from holders of slaves.                               [1840?]


Report of the Committee on Anti-Slavery Memorials, September, 1845
: with a historical statement of previous proceedings.                       1845
A few facts respecting the American Colonization Society, and the
colony at Liberia : for gratuitous distribution.                             1830
Eightieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors, January
19, 1897.                                                                    1897
Fiftieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors:
January 15 and 16, 1867.                                                     1867
Fifty-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 19 and 20, 1875.                                                     1875
Fifty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors, January
16 and 17, 1872.                                                             1872
Fifty-first annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 21, 22, and 23, 1868.                                                1868
Fifty-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 17 and 18, 1871.                                                     1871
Fifty-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 18 and 19, 1876.                                                     1876
Fifty-second annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 19 and 20, 1869.                                                     1869
Fifty-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 20 and 21, 1874.                                                     1874
Fifty-sixth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 21 and 22, 1873.                                                     1873




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Fifty-third annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 18, 19, and 20, 1870.                                               1870
Fortieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society: January 20,
1857.                                                                       1857
Forty-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors:
January 17, 1865.                                                           1865
Forty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors:
January 21, 1862.                                                           1862
Forty-first annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society: January
19, 1858.                                                                   1858
Forty-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
January 15, 1861.                                                           [1861?]
Forty-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors:
January 16, 1866.                                                           1866

Forty-second annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 18, 1859.           1859
Forty-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of
Directors: January 19, 1864.                                           1864
Forty-sixth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors:
January 20, 1863.                                                      1863

Forty-third annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 17, 1860.                1860
Seventieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 16, 18 & 19, 1887.                                                  1887
Seventy-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 15, 1895.                                                           1895
Seventy-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 17, 19 and 20, 1892.                                                1892
Seventy-first annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 15, 17 & 18, 1888.                                                  1888
Seventy-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 18, 20 & 21, 1891.                                                  1891
Seventy-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 21, 1896.                                                           1896


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Seventy-second annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 13, 15 & 16, 1889.                                                  1889
Seventy-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 16, 1894.                                                           1894
Seventy-sixth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 17, 1893.                                                           1893
Seventy-third annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 19, 21 & 22, 1890.                                                  1890
Sixtieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors, January
16 and 17, 1877.                                                            1877
Sixty-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 18, 20 and 21, 1885.                                                1885
Sixty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors, January
17 and 18, 1882.                                                            1882
Sixty-first annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors, January
15 and 16, 1878.                                                            1878
Sixty-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 18 and 19, 1881.                                                    1881
Sixty-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 17, 19 & 20, 1886.                                                  1886
Sixty-second annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 21 and 22, 1879.                                                    1879
Sixty-seventh annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 15 and 16, 1884.                                                    1884
Sixty-sixth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 16 and 17, 1883.                                                    1883
Sixty-third annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the minutes of the annual meeting and of the Board of Directors,
January 20 and 21, 1880.                                                    1880

The eighth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.              1825

The fifteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.          1832
The fifth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free
People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.               1822




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The fourteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing
the Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.        1831

The fourth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1821

The ninth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1826

The second annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1819

The seventh annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1824

The sixth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1823

The tenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1827
The third annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.            1820

The thirteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing
the Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.        1830

The twelfth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the
Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.          1829
Thirtieth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with the
proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at its annual
meeting, January 19, 1847.                                              1847

Thirty-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 16, 1855.              1855
Thirty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 20, 1852 : to
which is added an appendix, containing informatio                         1852
Thirty-first annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at its
annual meeting, January 18, 1848.                                         1848
Thirty-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 21, 1851 : to
which is added an appendix, containing sentiment                          1851
Thirty-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society: January
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Thirty-second annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at
its annual meeting, January 16, 1849.                                    1849

Thirty-sixth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors and of the Society, and the
addresses delivered at the annual meeting, January 18, 1853.             1853
Thirty-third annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at its
annual meeting, January 15, 1850.                                        1850
Twenty-eighth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at
its annual meeting, January 21, 1845.                                    1845
Twenty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the abridged proceedings of the annual meeting and of the Board of
Directors, at Washington, January 18,1842.                               1842
Twenty-fourth annual report of the American Colonization Society :
with the abridged proceedings of the annual meeting, and of the Board
of Directors, at Washington, January 19, 1841 : to which is added, the
late despatches from Liberia.                                            1841
Twenty-ninth annual report of the American Colonization Society : with
the proceedings of the Board of Directors, and of the Society at its
annual meeting, January 20, 1846.                                        1846
Address of the Board of Managers of the American Colonization
Society to its auxiliary societies.                                      1831

Address of the managers of the American Colonization Society, to the
people of the United States : adopted at their meeting, June 19, 1832. 1832



Minutes of the proceedings ... 1794-1803.                                1794-1803

Minutes of the proceedings of the eleventh American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the
African Race : assembled at Philadelphia, on the thirteenth day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and six, and co                    1806
Minutes of an adjourned session of the American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the
African Race : convened at Baltimore, the twenty-fifth of October,
1826.                                                                  1826

Minutes of the Proceedings of the thirteenth American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the
African Race : assembled at Philadelphia, on the thirteenth day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and twelve,                        1812

Minutes of the twenty-first biennial American Convention for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the
African Race : convened at the city of Washington, December 8, A.D.
1829 : and an appendix, containing the addresses from v                1829




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The American Home Missionary Society and slavery.                       [1853?]

The eighteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing
the Free People of Colour of the United States : with the proceedings
of the annual meeting, January 19, 1835 : with a general index to the
annual reports, and proceedings at the annual m                         1835

The seventeenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing
the Free People of Colour of the United States : with an appendix.   1834
An address to free colored Americans : issued by an anti-slavery
convention of American women : held in the city of New-York, by
adjournments from 9th to 12th May, 1837.                             1837
An appeal to the women of the nominally free states : issued by an
Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held by adjournments
from the 9th to the 12th of May, 1837.                               1838

Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women :
held in the city of New York, May 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, 1837.      1837

Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women :
held in Philadelphia, May 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th, 1838.             1838

Proceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, held
in Philadelphia : May 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th, 1838.             1838

An address from the Convention of American Women, to the Society
of Friends, on the subject of slavery.                                  1840

Proceedings of the third Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women
: held in Philadelphia, May 1st, 2d and 3d, 1839.                  1839

Report of the proceedings of the great anti-slavery meeting : held at
the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Wednesday, October 14th, 1835 : with
an appendix, containing the notices of condition of the apprenticed
labourers in the West Indies, under the Act for th                    1835
View of the law and practice in the Spanish colonies : respecting the
manumission of slaves.                                                [1830]

Constitution of the Anti-Slavery Society of Salem and Vicinity.         1834

Annual report of the missionary to the negroes of Liberty County, (Ga.)
: presented to the Association, November 1833.                          [1833?]




An address to the members of the Society of Friends.                    1843




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An address to the Society of Friends, on the subject of American
slavery.                                                                   1842


First annual report of the Baltimore Association, for the moral and
educational improvement of the colored people.                             1865
Memorial of the late James L. Petigru : proceedings of the bar of
Charleston, S.C., March 25, 1863.                                          1866
Bronze group commemorating emancipation.                                   1879

Address of the committee appointed by a public meeting, held at
Faneuil hall, September 24, 1846 : for the purpose of considering the
recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to
prevent the recurrence of similar outrages : with an a                     1846
Proceedings of a crowded meeting of the colored population of
Boston, assembled the 15th July, 1846, for the purpose of bidding
farewell to William Lloyd Garrison, on his departure for England : with
his speech on the occasion.                                                1846
Annual report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society : being a
concise history of the cases of the slave child, Med, and of the women
demanded as slaves of the Supreme Judicial Court of Mass. : with all
the other proceedings of the society.                                      1836
Eighth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society :
presented October 13, 1841.                                                1841
Ninth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society :
presented October 12, 1842.                                                1842
Report of the Boston Female Anti Slavery Society : with a concise
statement of events, previous and subsequent to the annual meeting
of 1835.                                                                   1836
Seventh annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society :
presented October 14, 1840.                                                1840

American slavery : address of the committee of the British and foreign
anti-slavery society to the moderator, office bearers, and members of
the General assembly of the Free church of Scotland.                       [1846]
Invitation to the London General Conference to commence on June
12, 1840.                                                                  [1840?]
The crisis in the United States : [address of the Committee of the
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society].                                 1862
The ninth annual report of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society
for the abolition of the slave-trade throughout the world : presented to
the general meeting held in the Hall of Commerce, Threadneedle
Street, London, on Monday, May 22, 1848 : Georg                            1848
Seventh annual report of the Canada Mission.                               1844

Constitution.                                                              [1854]
Proceedings of the citizens of Charleston, on the incendiary
machinations, now in progress against the peace and welfare of the
southern states.                                                           1835


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The minutes of the Christian Anti-Slavery Convention : assembled
April 17th-20th, 1850, Cincinnati, Ohio.                                   1850
Proceedings of the convention which met at Worcester, Mass. : March
1, 1859.                                                                   1859
Address of the board of managers.                                          1855
Fifth annual report of the Colonization Society, of the City of New-York
: with the constitution of the society.                                    1837
Seventh annual report of the Colonization Society, of the City of New-
York, &c.                                                                  1839
Eighth annual report of the Board of Managers Colonization Society,
of the City of New-York City Colonization Society : presented may,
1840.                                                                      1840
Sixth annual report of the managers of the Colonization Society, of the
state of Connecticut : May, 1833.                                          1833
Third annual report of the managers of the Colonization Society of the
State of Connecticut : with an appendix, May, 1830.                        1830
Eighteenth annual report of the Colonization Society of the State of
New-York.                                                                  1850
Twenty-fourth annual report of the board of managers of the State of
New-York.                                                                  1856

An address of the board of managers of the Columbiana County Anti-
Slavery Society : to the citizens of Ohio.                               [18--?]
Amendments proposed by Committee on the judiciary to a bill to
authorize retaliation on the enemy for violations of usages of civilized
warfare.                                                                 [1863?]
Joint resolutions relative to the plan of retaliation proposed in the
President's message.                                                     [1863]



Report of Committee on claims : in the case of Mary Clark.            [1863]
The sequestration cases, before the Hon. A.G. Magrath : report of
cases under the Sequestration act of the Confederate States, heard in
the District court for the state of South Carolina, in the city of
Charleston--October term, 1861 : arguments of Wm. Wh                  [1861]
Rules of practice under the sequestration act for the District courts
Confederate States, for the district of Alabama : adopted, November,
1861.                                                                 1861

The statutes at large of the provisional government of the Confederate
States of America, from the institution of the government, February 8,
1861, to its termination, February 18, 1862, inclusive : arranged in
chronological order : together with the cons                              1864
Report of Lieutenant General Holmes of the battle of Helena : also,
report of Lieutenant General A.P. Hill of the battle of Bristoe station :
also, report of Major General Stevenson of expedition into east
Tennessee.                                                                1864
Official journal of the conference convention, held at Washington city,
February, 1861.                                                           1861




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An address to the people of the United sStates, adopted at a
conference of colored citizens, held at Columbia, S.C., July 20 and
21st, 1876.                                                             1876
Action of the church in Franklin, Mass. : in regard to the American
Tract Society and the American Board.                                   1854
Report of the committee of correspondence with southern
ecclesiastical bodies on slavery : to the General Association of
Massachusetts.                                                          1844
Home missions and slavery : reprint of several articles, recently
published in the religious journals : with an appendix.                 1857


Procès-verbaux sommaires.                                              1901
Resolutions of a meeting of the citizens of Connellsville, Newhaven,
&c., Fayette County, Pennsylvania, adverse to any interference, by the
people of the states, with the subject of slavery in the District of
Columbia.                                                              [1836]
Proceedings of the Constitutional meeting at Faneuil hall : November
26th, 1850.                                                            1850

An address from the American abolitionists, to the friends of the slave
in Great Britain.                                                       [1847]

Report of the committee on slavery : to the Convention of
Congregational ministers of Massachusetts : presented May 30, 1849. 1849
Minutes of the proceedings of the fourth Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United
States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the third day of May, one
thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, and contin                   1797

Minutes of the proceedings of the second Convention of Delegates
from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the
United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the seventh day of
January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, and c              1795
Minutes of the proceedings of the third Convention of Delegates from
the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United
States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the first day of January, one
thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, and conti                        1796

Minutes of the proceedings of a Convention of Delegates from the
Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States :
assembled at Philadelphia, on the first day of January, one thousand
seven hundred and ninety-four, and continued, b                           1794

Proceedings of the Convention of Ministers of Worcester County, on
the subject of slavery : held at Worcester, December 5 & 6, 1837, and
January 16, 1838.                                                     1838
Proceedings of the State Convention of the Colored Freemen of
Pennsylvania : held in Pittsburgh, on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of
August, 1841, for the purpose of considering their condition, and the
means of its improvement.                                             1841




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Proceedings of the great convention of the friends of freedom in the
eastern and middle states, held in Boston, Oct. 1, 2, & 3, 1845.          1845

A letter to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, on West India affairs :
called forth by the misrepresentations of the Anti-slavery society.    1854
Old anti-slavery days.                                                 1893
The Darien petition against introducing negroe slaves into the
Province of Georgia 1738-9 : the signing of the petition as re-enacted
in "Origins, II", the dramatic rendering of the history of Darien,
Georgia.                                                               1984

[Constitution, etc.]                                                  [185-?]
Inaugural address of William Cannon : delivered at Dover, upon taking
the oath of office as Governor of the state of Delaware, January 20,
1863.                                                                 1863
The conspiracy to break up the Union : the plot and its development :
Breckinridge and Lane the candidates of a disunion party : let the
masses read and ponder.                                               [1860]

To the democracy of the United States.                                [1860?]
"It is a right inherent in every freeman to possess himself of the
political principles and opinions of those into whose hands the
administration of the government may be placed." --Gen. Taylor to Mr.
Deloney.                                                              [1848]

Mr. Fillmore's views on slavery : answer to "The Crisis"                  [1848?]
Free soil, free speech, free men : proceedings of the Democratic
Republican State Convention at Syracuse, July 24, 1856 : the address
and resolutions, with the list of delegates.                              1856
Address of the New Jersey Democratic State Central Committee to
the voters of the state.                                                  [1862]
Amalgamation of the native Americans and Whigs : persecution of
naturalized citizens : union of the Whig and Native American parties in
the cities of Philadelphia and New York.                                  [18--?]

Appeal of the Independent Democrats in Congress, to the people of
the United States : shall slavery be permitted in Nebraska?          [1854]
Calendar of the writings of Frederick Douglass in the Frederick
Douglass memorial home, Anacostia, D.C.                              1940
A voice to the United States of America, from the metropolis of
Scotland : being an account of various meetings held in Edinburgh on
the subject of American slavery, upon the return of Mr. George
Thompson, from his mission to that country.                          1836


The first annual report of the Edinburgh Society for Promoting the
Mitigation and Ultimate Abolition of Negro Slavery : with an appendix.    1824
Proceedings of the Essex County Anti-Slavery Convention, held at
Danvers, October 24, 1838 : with an address to the voters on their
duties to the enslaved.                                                   1838


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Fellowship with slavery : report republished from the minutes of the
Evangelical Consociation, Rhode Island.                                 [185-?]


Report on fellowship with slavery.                                      [1854?]

Address of Farmington Quarterly Meeting (New York) to the monthly
meetings constituting it : and to membership of the same generally.     1850
Constitution and address of the Female Anti-Slavery Society of
Chatham-Street Chapel.                                                  1834
The unanimous remonstrance of the Fourth Congregational Church,
Hartford, Conn. : against the policy of the American Tract Society on
the subject of slavery.                                                 [1855]
The unanimous remonstrance of the Fourth Congregational Church,
Hartford, Conn. : against the policy of the American Tract Society on
the subject of slavery.                                                 1855




Report made to the Chamber of Deputies on the abolition of slavery in
the French colonies.                                                  1840

Report of the proceedings of the General assembly on Saturday, May
30, and Monday, June 1, 1846 : regarding the relations of the Free
church of Scotland, and the Presbyterian churches of America.         1846
Proceedings of the Free Convention : held at Rutland, Vt., July 25th,
26th, and 27th, 1858.                                                 1858

Considerations on abstinence from the use of the products of slave
labor : addressed to the members of Ohio Yearly Meeting.                [1850]

Considerations on abstinence from the use of the products of slave
labor : addressed to the members of Ohio Yearly Meeting.                [1851]


The plea of necessity.                                                  1851

Extracts from the minutes of the annual meeting of the Free Produce
Association of Ohio yearly meeting : held 3d of ninth month, 1850, with
the report of the board of managers : constitution, &c.                 1851
Second annual report of the Board of Managers of the Free Produce
Association of Friends of Ohio Yearly Meeting : held 9th of ninth
month, 1851.                                                            1851

Second report of the executive board of the Friend's Association of
Philadelphia and its Vicinity for the Relief of Colored Freedmen : read
at the Annual Meeting of the Contributors, held at Arch Street Meeting-
House, Philadelphia, 4th month 17th, 1865.                              1865




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Third annual report of the executive board of the Friends' Association
of Philadelphia and its Vicinity for the Relief of Colored Freedmen :
read at the annual meeting of the contributors, held at Arch Street
Meeting-House, Philadelphia, 4th month 16th, 1                         1866
Proceedings of a meeting of the Friends of African Colonization : held
in the city of Baltimore, on the seventeenth of October, 1827.         1828

Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention : called by the
committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and held in
London from Friday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 23rd, 1840.            1841

Proceedings of the General Anti-slavery Convention : called by the
committee of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society and held in
London from Tuesday, June 13th to Tuesday, June 20th, 1843.               [1843]
Minority report of a committee of the General Association of
Connecticut, on the sin of slavery : presented, June 1849, at the
meeting of the Association, at Salisbury, Conn.                           [1849]
The American board of commissioners for foreign missions, and the
Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on Christian fellowship with slaveholders : an
address.                                                                  1845

Britain and America united in the cause of universal freedom : being
the third annual report of the Glasgow Emancipation Society :
containing important information relative to the working of the
apprenticeship system in the West Indies; progress of the em              1837
Report of the annual meeting of the Glasgow emancipation society,
held August 8, 1840.                                                      1840
Report of the speeches, and reception of the American delegates at
the great public meeting of the Glasgow Emancipation Society : held
in Dr. Wardlaw's chapel, on the evening of Monday, the 27th July,
1840.                                                                     1840
Sixth annual report of the Glasgow Emancipation Society : with
appendix, list of subscribers, &c.                                        1840
An appeal to the ladies of Great Britain, in behalf of the American
slave.                                                                    1841

Three years' female anti-slavery effort, in Britain and America : being
a report of the proceedings of the Glasgow Ladies' Auxiliary
Emancipation Society, since its formation in January, 1834 :
containing a sketch of the rise and progress of the American              1837

A review of some of the arguments which are commonly advanced
against parliamentary interference in behalf of the Negro slaves : with
a statement of opinions which have been expressed on that subject by
many of our most distinguished statesmen.                               1823
Substance of the debate in the House of Commons, on the 15th May,
1823, on a motion for the mitigation and gradual abolition of slavery
throughout the British dominions : with a preface and appendixes :
containing facts and reasonings illustrative of colo                    1823




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Analysis of the report of a Committee of the House of Commons on
the extinction of slavery : with notes by the editor.                       1833
Abstract of the report of the Lords committees on the condition and
treatment of the colonial slaves : and of the evidence taken by them
on that subject : with notes by the editor.                                 1833
Proceedings of the Indiana convention : assembled to organize a state
anti-slavery society : held in Milton, Wayne Co., September 12th,
1838.                                                                       1838
Address to the citizens of the state of Ohio : concerning what are
called the black laws : issued in behalf of the Society of Friends Yearly
Meeting, by their Meeting for Sufferings, representing the said yearly
meeting in its recess.                                                      1848

Letter from William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana Territory :
inclosing certain resolutions passed by the Legislative council.        1807

A manual of the Knights of Tabor and Daughters of the Tabernacle :
including the ceremonies of the order, constitutions, installations,
dedications and funerals, with forms and the Taborian drill and tactics. 1879
Address of the Irish Unitarian Christian Society to their brethren in
America.                                                                 1846

Guidelines for local human rights commissions.                              [1971]

First annual report of the Ladies' New-York City Anti-slavery Society.      1836
Preamble and constitution of the Anti-Slavery Society of Lane
Seminary.                                                                   [18--?]
Draft convention on slavery.                                                [1926]


Minutes of the 1st-2d session : July 9/12, 1924-July 13/25, 1925.           [1924-1925]

An address on the state of slavery in the West India Islands.               1824
Address read at the New-York state Liberty convention : held at Port
Byron on Wednesday and Thursday, July 25 and 26, 1845.                      [1845]
Proceedings of the National Liberty Convention, held at Buffalo, N.Y.,
June 14th & 15th, 1848 : including the resolutions and addresses
adopted by that body, and speeches of Beriah Green and Gerrit Smith
on that occasion.                                                           1848
List of discussions of the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments : with
special reference to Negro suffrage.                                        1906

An address from the Liverpool Society for the Abolition of Slavery, on
the safest and most efficacious means of promoting the gradual
improvement of the Negro slaves in the British West India islands :
preparatory to their becoming free labourers and on t                       1824
Appendix to negro apprenticeship in the British colonies.                   1838

Negro apprenticeship in the British colonies.                               1838


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An address to the inhabitants of Europe on the iniquity of the slave
trade : issued by the religious Society of Friends, commonly called
Quakers, in Great Britain and Ireland.                                    1822

An appeal on the iniquity of slavery and the slave-trade.                 1844
Proceedings in relation to the presentation of the address of the
Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends : on the slave-trade
and slavery, to sovereigns and those in authority in the nations of
Europe, and in other parts of the world, where th                         1854
Representation and petition of the representatives elected by the
freemen of the territory of Louisiana.                                    1805
Official journal of the proceedings of the Convention of the state of
Louisiana.                                                                1861
Address of the Loyal national league of the state of New York.            [1861]
Dialogue between an old-fashioned Jackson Democrat and a
Copperhead.                                                               [1860-?]

Opinions of prominent men concerning the great questions of the
times expressed in their letters to the Loyal national league, on
occasion of the great mass meeting of the League and other loyalists
at Union square, New York, on the anniversary of Sumter.                  1863
Proceedings at the organization of the Loyal national league at the
Cooper institute, Friday evening, March 20th, 1863 : speeches of Gen.
Cochrane and Gen. Hamilton; Hon. Roscoe Conkling, and Senator
Foster of Conn.                                                           1863
Daniel O'Connell and the committee of the Irish repeal association of
Cincinnati.                                                               1863
Proceedings at the first anniversary meeting of the Loyal publication
society, February 13, 1864, with the annual reports.                      1864
The debates, resolutions, and other proceedings, of the convention of
delegates, assembled at Portland on the 11th, and continued until the
29th day of October, 1819, for the purpose of forming a constitution
for the state of Maine : to which is prefixed                             1820
Fourth annual report of the Maine Anti-slavery Society : with the
minutes of the anniversary meeting, held in August, on the 7th and 8th
of February, 1839.                                                        1839
Fifth annual report of the Executive Committee of the Maine Anti-
slavery Society : with the minutes of the anniversary meeting, held in
Hallowell, on the 6th and 7th of February, 1840.                          [1840]
Proceedings of the convention which formed the Maine union in behalf
of the colored race : With the address of the executive committee to
the public.                                                               1835

An address to the people of North Carolina, on the evils of slavery.      1830 ;


Constitution of the Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of
Slavery and Relief of Free Negroes, and Others, Unlawfully held in
Bondage.                                                                  1789




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Communication from the Board of Managers of the Maryland State
Colonization Society, to the president and members of the convention
now assembled in Baltimore, in reference to the subjects of
colonization.                                                        1841


Report of the Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice, relative
to the surrender of fugitives from justice, made to the House of
Delegates of Maryland, December session, 1841.                        1841

Formation of the Massachusetts abolition society.                            [1839?]
The second annual report of the Massachusetts Abolition Society ;
together with the proceedings of the second annual meeting held at
Tremont Chapel, May 25, 1841.                                                1841
The true history of the late division in the anti-slavery societies, being
part of the second annual report of the experience committee of the
Massachusetts Abolition Society.                                             1841

National Anti-slavery Bazaar gazette.                                        [184-?]

The eleventh Massachusetts Anti-slavery Fair.                                [1844]
An account of the interviews which took place on the fourth and eighth
of March : between a committee of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society, and the committee of the legislature.                               1836
An address to the abolitionists of Massachusetts, on the subject of
political action.                                                            [1838]
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society : at the annual
meetings held in 1854, 1855 & 1856 : with the treasurer's reports and
general agent's annual statements.                                           1856
Eighth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Mass. Anti-
Slavery Society : presented January 22, 1840 : with an appendix.             1840
Fifth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Anti-Slavery Society : with some account of the annual meeting,
January 21, 1837.                                                            1837
Fourteenth annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-
Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 28, 1846 : with an
appendix.                                                                    1846
Fourth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Anti-Slavery Society : with some account of the annual meeting,
January 20, 1836.                                                            1836
Seventeenth annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-
Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 24, 1849 : with an
appendix.                                                                    1849

Seventh annual report of the Board of Managers of the Mass. Anti-
Slavery Society : presented January 24, 1839 : with an appendix.      1839
Sixteenth annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society, by its Board of Managers, January 26, 1848 : with an
appendix.                                                             1848

Sixth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Anti-Slavery Society : presented January 24, 1838 : with an appendix. 1838


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Thirteenth annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-
Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 22, 1845 : with an
appendix.                                                             1845
Twelfth annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery
Society, by its Board of Managers, January 24, 1844 : with an
appendix.                                                             1844
Twenty-first annual report : presented to the Massachusetts Anti-
Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 26, 1853 : with an
appendix.                                                             1853

American Colonization Society, and the colony at Liberia.               1832
Eighteenth annual report of the board of managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 25, 1859.                                                  1859

Eighth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented at the annual meeting, May 30, 1849.   1849
Eleventh annual report of the Board of Managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 26, 1852.                                                  1852
Fifteenth annual report of the Board of Managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 28, 1856.                                                  1856
Fifth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented May 27, 1846.                          1846
Fourth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented May 28, 1845.                          1845

Ninth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented at the annual meeting, May 29, 1850. 1850

Proceedings at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Colonization
Society, held in Park Street Church, Feb. 7, 1833 : together with the
speeches delivered on that occasion by Hon. Messrs. Everett, Ladd,
and Cushing, and Rev. Messrs. Stow and Blagden : a                    1833

Seventh annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented at the annual meeting, May 31, 1848. 1848
Sixteenth annual report of the Board of Managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 27, 1857.                                                1857
Sixth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented May 27, 1847.                        1847

Tenth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented at the annual meeting, May 28, 1851. 1851
Third annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented May 29, 1844.                        1844
Thirty-second annual report of the board of managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 28, 1873.                                                1873




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Thirty-third annual report of the board of managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 27, 1874.                                                   1874

Twelfth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts
Colonization Society : presented at the annual meeting, May 25, 1853.    1853
Twenty-first annual report of the board of managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 28, 1862.                                                   1862
Twenty-seventh annual report of the board of managers of the
Massachusetts Colonization Society : presented at the annual
meeting, May 27, 1868.                                                   1868
Lectures delivered in a course before the Lowell institute, in Boston,
by members of the Massachusetts historical society, on subjects
relating to the early history of Massachusetts.                          1869

How to settle the Texas question.                                        [1845]
Report of the Massachusetts committee to prevent the admission of
Texas as a slave state.                                                  [1845]

Report and resolves on the subject of slavery.                           [1836]




Free negroes and mulattoes : report.                                     [1822]
The Joint Special Committee : to whom was referred so much of the
Governor's address as relates to the exclusion of Negro slavery from
the newly acquired territory of the United States ....                   [1850]



Report and resolves on the right of petition.                            [1838]


Report on the powers and duties of Congress : upon the subject of
slavery and the slave trade.                                         [1838]
The Joint Special Committee of the Senate and House of
Representatives of the state of Massachusetts : to whom was referred
the petition of George Latimer and more than sixty five thousand
citizens of Massachusetts ....                                       [1843]

Report of the committee to whom was referred the memorial of the
Anti-slavery society.                                                    [1836]

[Report of the Joint Special Committee on So Much of the Governor's
Address as Relates to Slavery, and on petitions praying the legislature
to instruct their senators and to request representatives in Congress
to endeavor to procure a repeal of the Fugiti                           [1851]




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Resolve and declaration.                                                   1845


Debate on "Modern Abolitionism," in the General Conference.                1836
Constitution and ordinances of the state of Mississippi : adopted in
convention, assembled in pursuance of the Reconstruction Acts of
Congress, and held by order of General E.O.C. Ord, in the city of
Jackson, in 1868.                                                          1868
Constitution and other documents in relation to the state historical
society of Mississippi.                                                    1859
The constitution of the state of Mississippi : as revised in convention,
on the twenty-sixth day of October, A.D. 1832.                             1832
Journal of the state convention and ordinances and resolutions
adopted in January, 1861 : with an appendix.                               1861
Address of the Committee of the Mississippi convention to the
southern states.                                                           [1850?]

Report of the ... National anti-slavery bazaar.                            1857
Proceedings of a convention, held in the city of New York ... April 29,
1868, for the purpose of organizing the National association of cotton
manufactureres and planters : and of the first meeting of the
government of the association, with correspondence                         1868



Address and declaration of purpose, the Negro Development and
Exposition Co. of the U.S. ... Richmond, Va.                               [1903]
Proceedings of the New England Anti-slavery Convention : held in
Boston, May 24, 25, 26, 1836.                                              1836
Proceedings of the New England Anti-Slavery Convention : held in
Boston on the 27th, 28th and 29th of May, 1834.                            1834

Proceedings of the fourth New England Anti-Slavery Convention : held
in Boston, May 30, 31, and June 1 and 2, 1837.                             1837
Minutes of the organization and proceedings of the New England
soldiers' relief association.                                              1862
Address of the Yearly Meeting of Friends for New-England, held on
Rhode-Island, in the sixth month, 1837, to its own members, and
those of other Christian communities.                                      1837
Report to the Executive Committee of New England Yearly Meeting of
Friends : upon the condition and needs of the freed people of color in
Washington and Virginia.                                                   1864
Proceedings of the N.H. Anti-Slavery Convention, held in Concord, on
the 11th & 12th of November, 1834.                                         1834
Official report of the Great Union Meeting : held at the Academy of
Music, New York, December 19th, 1859. Published by order of the
Committee of Arrangements.                                                 1859




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Report of the Lemmon slave case : containing points and arguments
of counsel on both sides, and opinions of all the judges.                   1860
Proceedings of the New York anti-slavery convention : held at Utica,
October 21, and New York anti-slavery state society : held at
Peterboro', October 22, 1835.                                               1835
Address of the New York City Anti-Slavery Society : to the people of
the city of New York.                                                       1833
First report of the New-York Colonization Society : read at the annual
meeting, October 29, 1823.                                                  1823
The first annual report of the New York Committee of Vigilance for the
year 1837 : together with importance facts relative to their
proceedings.                                                                1837
Proceedings of the first annual meeting of the New-York State Anti-
Slavery Society : convened at Utica, October 19, 1836.                      1836
Address of the Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends :
held in the city of New-York, in the sixth month, 1852, to the
professors of Christianity in the United States.                            1852
Address to the citizens of the United States of America on the subject
of slavery : from the Yearly meeting of the religious society of Friends,
(called Quakers) held in New-York.                                          1837

Fifth report of a committee of the representatives of New York Yearly
Meeting of Friends : upon the condition and wants of the freedmen.          1866
Second report of a committee of the representatives of New York
Yearly Meeting of Friends : upon the condition and wants of the
colored refugees.                                                           1863
Third report of a committee of the representatives of New York Yearly
Meeting of Friends : upon the condition and wants of the colored
refugees.                                                                   1864
Address of the New-York Young Men's Anti-slavery Society : to their
fellow-citizens.                                                            1834
First annual report of the New-York Young Men's Anti-slavery Society :
auxiliary to the American Anti-Slavery Society : with addresses
delivered at the anniversary : May, 1835.                                   [1835]
Preamble and constitution of the New-York Young Men's Anti-slavery
Society : formed May 2, 1834.                                               1834

Liberty and union! : Speeches delivered at the Eighteenth Ward
Republican Festival, in commemmoration of the birth of Washington,
held at the Gramercy Park House, New York, February 22, 1860.               1860
Address of the New-England Anti-Slavery Convention to the slaves of
the United States : with an address to President Tyler : adopted in
Faneuil Hall, May 31, 1843.                                                 1843
Constitution of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society : with an
address to the public.                                                      1832
First annual report of the Board of Managers of the New-England Anti-
Slavery Society : presented Jan. 9, 1833 : with an appendix.                1833

Second annual report of the Board of Managers of the New-England
Anti-Slavery Society : presented January 15, 1834 : with an appendix. 1834




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Third annual report of the Board of Managers of the New-England Anti-
Slavery Society : presented Jan. 21, 1835.                              1834
The constitution of the New-Jersey society, for promoting the abolition
of slavery : to which is annexed, extracts from a law of New Jersey
passed the 2d March, 1786, and supplement to the same, passed the
26th November, 1788.                                                    1793




Constitution.                                                              1796

The act of incorporation, and constitution of the New-York Society, for
Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them
as Have Been, or May Be, Liberated : revised and adopted, January,
1809 : with the bye-laws of the Society annexed.                        1810
Proceedings at the fortieth annual meeting, of the New York State
Colonization Society : held May, 1872.                                  1872
African colonization : proceedings of the New York State Colonization
Society, on its first anniversary : together with an address to the
public, from the managers thereof.                                      1830

Proceedings of the citizens of the borough of Norfolk, on the Boston
outrage : in the case of the runaway slave George Latimer.                 1843
Emancipation celebration : souvenir program booklet. 1863, sixty-
second anniversary, 1925.                                                  1925
A classified catalogue of the collection of anti-slavery propaganda in
the Oberlin College library.                                               1932

Proceedings of the Ohio Anti-slavery Convention : held at Putnam, on
the twenty-second, twenty-third, and twenty-fourth of April, 1835.         [1835]
Report on the condition of the people of color in the state of Ohio :
from the proceedings of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Convention, held at
Putnam, on the 22d, 23d, and 24th of April, 1835.                          [1835?]
Condition of the people of color in the state of Ohio : with interesting
anecdotes.                                                                 1839
Memorial of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society : to the General Assembly of
the state of Ohio.                                                         1838
Narrative of the late riotous proceedings against the liberty of the
press, in Cincinnati : with remarks and historical notices, relating to
emancipation : addressed to the people of Ohio.                            1836
Report of the fifth anniversary of the Ohio State Anti-slavery Society :
held in Massillon, Stark County, Ohio, May 27, 1840.                       [1840?]

Report of the first anniversary of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society : held
near Granville, on the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth of April, 1836. 1836

Report of the fourth anniversary of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society : held
in Putnam, Muskingum County, Ohio : on the 29th of May, 1839.            1839
Report of the second anniversary of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society :
held in Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, on the twenty-
seventh of April, 1837.                                                  1837


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Proceedings of the Ohio State Christian Anti-Slavery Convention :
held at Columbus, August 10 and 11, 1859.                                  [1859]
Special report of the auditor of the state.                                [1863?]
Address of the state anti-slavery society : to the ministers of the
Gospel in the state of Pennsylvania.                                       1838

Address to the coloured people of the state of Pennsylvania.               1837
Fifteenth annual report, presented to the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society, by its Executive Committee, October 25, 1852 : with the
Proceedings of the annual meeting.                                         1852
Proceedings of the Pennsylvania convention : assembled to organize
a state anti-slavery society, at Harrisburg, on the 31st of January and
1st, 2d and 3d of February 1837.                                           1837
Thirteenth annual report : presented to the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery
Society by its Executive Committee, October 15, 1850 : with the
Proceedings of the annual meeting.                                         1850
Report of the board of managers of the Pennsylvania Colonization
Society : with an appendix.                                                1830

History of Pennsylvania Hall : which was destroyed by a mob, on the
17th of May, 1838.                                                         1838
An address from the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition
of Slavery, for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage,
and for Improving the Condition of the African Race : on the origin,
purposes and utility of their institution.                                 1819
An historical memoir of the Pennsylvania Society, for promoting the
abolition of slavery : the relief of free negroes unlawfully held in
bondage, and for improving the condition of the African race.              1848
Celebration of the ninetieth anniversary of the organization of the
Pennsylvania society for promoting the abolition of slavery : for the
relief of free negroes unlawfully held in bondage, and for improving the
condition of the African race. Held at Conce                               1866

Centennial anniversary of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery, the relief of free Negroes unlawfully held in
bondage: and for improving the condition of the African race.              1875
Constitution and act of incorporation of the Pennsylvania society for
promoting the abolition of slavery, and for the relief of free negroes,
unlawfully held in bondage, and for the improving the condition of the
African race : To which are added abstract                                 1820
Constitution and act of incorporation of the Pennsylvania Society, for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and the Relief of Free Negroes,
Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the
African Race : to which are added, the acts of the                         1800
Five years' abstract of transactions of the Pennsylvania Society for
Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the Relief of Free Negroes
unlawfully held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the
African Race.                                                              1853




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The constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held
in Bondage : begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third
of April, 1787 : to which are added, the acts of th                         1788
The oldest abolition society : being a short story of the labors of the
Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, the relief
of free negroes unlawfully held in bondage, and for improving the
condition of the African race.                                              1911
Speeches of Messrs. J.S. Van Voorhis, of Washington co. : Wareham
Warner, of Erie co. : and Simeon B. Chase, of Susquehanna co., in
the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, on the extension of
slavery.                                                                    1857
Report of the Committee on the Judiciary : relative to the abolition of
slavery in the District of Columbia and in relation to the colored
population of this country : Mr. Smith, of Franklin, chairman : read in
the House of Representatives, June 24, 1839.                                1839




Report.                                                                     [1863]
Proceedings of the convention of the people of Massachusetts :
holden at Faneuil Hall, Boston, October 7th, 1862, in accordance with
the call of Joel Parker and others.                                         1862
Dinner to the Hon. Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts : by the
merchants, and other citizens of Philadelphia, December 2, 1846 :
with Mr. Webster's speech.                                                  1847
Constitution of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society : Instituted fourth
month 30th, 1834.                                                           1834

Annual report.                                                              1835-1870
Eleventh annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society
: January 9, 1845.                                                          1845
Fifth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society :
January 10, 1839.                                                           1839
Nineteenth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                    1853
Thirty-fifth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society : February, 1869.                                                   1869
Thirty-first annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society : February, 1865.                                                   1865
Thirty-fourth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society : February, 1868.                                                   1867 [i.e., 1868]
Thirty-second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society : February, 1866.                                                   1866
Thirty-sixth and final annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-
slavery Society : April, 1870.                                              1870
Thirty-third annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society : February, 1867.                                                   1867
Twenty-eighth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                    1862


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Twenty-first annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                1855
Twenty-ninth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                1863
Twenty-second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                1856
Twenty-seventh annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                1861
Twenty-sixth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery
Society.                                                                1860

A brief statement of the rise and progress of the testimony of the
Religious Society of Friends : against slavery and the slave trade.       1843
The appeal of the Religious society of Friends in Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Delaware, etc. : to their fellow-citizens of the United States on
behalf of the coloured races.                                             1858

To our fellow citizens of the United States of North America and
others to whom it may concern.                                        [1799]
Negro-slavery, no evil : or, The North and the South. The effects of
Negro-slavery, as exhibited in the census, by a comparison of the
condition of the slaveholding and non-slaveholding states. Considered
in a report made to the Platte County Self-Defensi                    1854

American slavery as viewed and acted on by the Presbyterian Church
in the United States of America.                                      [1865]
An address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, proposing a plan for the
instruction and emancipation of their slaves.                         1836

The distinctive principles of the Presbyterian Church in the United
States, commonly called the Southern Presbyterian Church, as set
forth in the formal declarations, and illustrated by extracts from
proceedings of the General assembly, from 1861-70 : to                  Unknown
Report on the subject of slavery, presented to the Synod of South
Carolina, at their sessions in Winnsborough, November 6, 1851 :
adopted by them, and published by their order.                          1852

Testimony of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church : in
the United States of America on the subject of slavery.                 1858
Address to the people of the United States : together with the
Proceedings and resolutions.                                            1855

Proceedings of a public meeting of the citizens of Providence : held in
the Beneficent Congregational Church, March 7, 1854, to protest
against slavery in Nebraska : with the addresses of the speakers.         1854
The report and proceedings of the first annual meeting of the
Providence Anti-Slavery Society : with a brief exposition of the
principles and purposes of the abolitionists.                             1833
Constitution of a society for abolishing the slavery-trade : with several
acts of the legislatures of the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut
and Rhode Island, for that purpose.                                       1789




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Principles and measures : declaration of the convention of Radical
Political Abolitionists, at Syracuse, June 26th, 27th, and 28th, 1855.     [1856?]

Proceedings of the Convention of Radical Political Abolitionists : held
at Syracuse, N.Y., June 26th, 27th, and 28th, 1855.                        1855
Address of the committee from the state of Missouri to President
Lincoln.                                                                   [1863]
Memorial of sundry inhabitants of the counties of Randolph and St.
Clair, in the Indiana Territory : January 17, 1806 : referred to the
committee appointed the 19th ultimo, on a letter from William Henry
Harrison, governor of the Indiana Territory.                               1806
The declaration and pledge against slavery : adopted by the Religious
Anti-Slavery Convention, held at the Marlboro' Chapel, Boston,
February, 26, 1846.                                                        1846

The slave trade.                                                           1859
Political record of Stephen A. Douglas on the slavery question : a tract
issued by the Illinois Republican State Central Committee.                 [1860?]
Salient points of the campaign : a tract issued by the Ill. Republican
State Central Committee.                                                   [1860]
Immediate emancipation in Maryland : proceedings of the Union State
Central Committee, at a meeting held in Temperance Temple,
Baltimore, Wednesday, December 16, 1863.                                   1863

Liberty and union, one and inseparable : speeches delivered at the
Republican Union Festival, in commemoration of the birth of
Washington, held at Irving Hall, Feb. 22, 1862 : under the auspices of
the Republican Central Committees, of the City and County              1862
Minutes of proceedings of the Requited labor convention, held in
Philadelphia, on the 17th and 18th of the Fifth month, and by
adjournment on the 5th and 6th of the Ninth month, 1838.               1838
Proceedings of the Rhode-Island Anti-Slavery Convention : held in
Providence, on the 2d, 3d and 4th of February, 1836.                   1836




Mr. Whipple's report, and Mr. Otis's letter.                               1839
The fourth charter of the Royal African company of England,
September 27, 1672 : with prefatory note, exhibiting the past relation
of Virginia to African slavery.                                            1887

La abolicion de la esclavitud en Puerto-Rico : Reunion celebrada en el
Teatro nacional de la ópera por la Sociedad abolicionista española, el
dia 23 de enero de 1873 : Presidencia: Sr. D. Fernando de Castro :
Oradores: Señores Carrasco, Labra, Alonso (J.B                         1873


Society for the Amelioration and Gradual Abolition of Slavery.             [18--?]




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Report of the committee of the Society for the Mitigation and Gradual
Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions : read at the
general meeting of the society, held on the 25th day of June 1824,
together with an account of the proceedings which                     1824
Second report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions : read
at the general meeting of the Society held on the 30th day of April,
1825.                                                                 1825
The further progress of colonial reform : being an analysis of the
communication made to Parliament by His Majesty, at the close of the
last session, respecting the measures taken for improving the
condition of the slave population in the British colonies             1827

The new slave laws of Jamaica and St. Christopher's examined : with
an especial reference to the eulogies recently pronounced upon them
in Parliament.                                                       1828
Third report of the Committee of the Society for the Mitigation and
Gradual Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions : read
at a special meeting of the members and friends of the Society, held
(on the 21st of December 1825) for the purpose of                    1826


Report of the Committee in Charge of Friends' Mission in Washington,
for the Relief of the Freed People of Color : printed for the information
of Friends of New England Yearly Meeting.                                 1865


Report of a Committee of Freedmen in Parts of Tennessee and the
Mississippi Valley : to Friends' Board of Control : third month, 1865.   1865

Report of a committee of representatives of New York Yearly meeting
of Friends upon the condition and wants of the colored refugees.    [1862]
An address to the Quarterly, Monthly and Preparative Meetings, and
the members thereof, composing the Yearly Meeting of Friends, held
in Philadelphia.                                                    1839

Report of a special committee of the Senate of South Carolina : on the
resolutions submitted by Mr. Ramsay, on the subject of state rights.   1828


Governor McDuffie's message on the slavery question. 1835.               1893
The political duties of Christians : a report adopted at the spring
meeting of the South Middlesex Conference of Churches, April 18,
1848.                                                                    1848

A report on the African apprentice system, read at the Southern
commercial convention.                                                   [1859]

[Discursos de la ley de abolicion de la esclavitud en la isla de Cuba. [1879-80]
Address of the Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-Slavery Society, to the
public : presented 11th month, 8th, 1834.                              1835




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Address to the constitutional convention of Ohio : from the state
convention of colored men held in the city of Columbus, January 15th,
16th, 17th and 18th, 1851.                                            [1851?]
Minutes and address of the State Convention of the Colored Citizens
of Ohio : convened at Columbus, January 10th, 11th, 12th, & 13th,
1849.                                                                 1849
Proceedings of the State Disunion Convention : held at Worcester,
Massachusetts, January 15, 1857.                                      1857

Catalogue of books on the war of the rebellion, and slavery : in the
library of the State historical society of Wisconsin : 1,617 titles.        1887

Report of the proceedings and views of the Taunton Union, for the
Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race : together with the
constitution of the society, and a list of officers, chosen, May, 1835.     1835

Black code : an act prescribing the rules and conduct to be observed
with respect to negroes and other slaves of this territory.            1807
A report and treatise on slavery and the slavery agitation : December,
1857.                                                                  1857

The working men of Manchester and President Lincoln.                        [1863?]
Political action against slavery.                                           1838
Slanders refuted!                                                           1838
Proceedings of the Union League of Philadelphia : in commemoration
of the eighty-ninth anniversary of American independence, July 4th,
1865. Oration of Charles Gibbons, Esq.                                      1865
Selections from the speeches and writings of prominent men in the
United States, on the subject of abolition and agitation, and in favor of
the compromise measures of the last session of Congress, addressed
to the people of the state of New-York.                                     1851

The suppression of slavery : memorandum submitted by the.                   1951


Slavery ; supplementary report.                                             1954
An act to provide for the valuation of lands and dwelling-houses, and
the enumeration of slaves within the United States.                         1798
The Fugitive slave bill.                                                    1854

Narrative of privations and sufferings of United States officers and
soldiers while prisoners of war in the hands of the Rebel authorities :
being the report of a commission of inquiry, appointed by the United
States sanitary commission : with an appendix                               [1864]

Preliminary report touching the condition and management of
emancipated refugees.                                                   1863
Powers of the general government - right of the States : report of a
committee, and resolutions of the legislatures of Georgia, upon certain
resolutions of the states of South Carolina and Ohio.                   1829




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Proceedings and debate in House of Representatives on the election
of Speaker, January 11, 1856.                                           [1856?]
Memorial of the senators and representatives, and the constitution of
the state of Kansas : also, the majority and minority reports of the
committee on territories on the said constitution.                      1856




Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the propriety of
admitting the Mississippi territory into the union as a separate and
independent state.                                                      1811
Report of the minority of the Committee on military affairs on the
petition of the legal representatives of Antonio Pacheco, praying
compensation for a slave.                                               [1848]

The Kansas question : the minority report of the select committee of
fifteen.                                                                1858



Kansas affairs.                                                         [1856?]


Subduing freedom in Kansas : report of the congressional committee,
presented in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, July 1, 1856. [1856]
Report of the Select Committee upon the subject of slavery in the
Disstrict of Columbia : made by H.L. Pinckney, to the House of
Representatives, May 18, 1836 : to which is appended the votes in the
House of Representatives upon the several resolutions wi              1836



Slavery in the District of Columbia : May 18, 1836.                     [1836]



Report of the Select Committee on the Subject of Laws Making
Distinction on Account of Color : in House : Jan. 2, 1847.              [1847?]
Debates in Congress on the subject of slavery : from Houston's
Senate debates.                                                         [1848]

The spurious Kansas memorial : Debate in the Senate of the United
States, on the memorial of James H. Lane, praying that the Senate
receive and grant the prayer of the memorial presented by General
Cass, and afterwards withdrawn ; embracing the speeches o                1856
Report, with Senate bill no. 122 : the Select Committe to whom was
referred taht portion of the Presdient's message which relates to the
attempts to circulate, through the mail, inflammatory appeals, to excite
the slaves to insurrection, submit the follow                            [1836]




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Report <To accompany bill S. no. 141>.                                      [1864]
Report of the secretary of state : communicating the report of the Rev.
R.R. Gurley, who was recently sent out by the government to obtain
information in respect to Liberia : September 14, 1850 read :
September 16, 1850 ordered to be printed.                                   [1850]
Emancipation in the District of Columbia : Letter from the Secretary of
the Treasury, in answer to a resolution of the House of
Representatives, of the 11th of January, transmitting the report and
tabular statements of the commissioners appointed in relat                  [1864]
Message from the President of the United States, in compliance with a
resolution of the Senate, transmitting copies of orders given to the
military and naval commander at the Charleston station, &c. Feb. 12,
1833.                                                                       [1833]
Message communicating, in answer to a resolution of the Senate of
the 26th of February : correspondence with the workingmen of
England.                                                                    [1863]
First annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society : presented at
Middlebury, February 18, 1835.                                              1835

Government and administration : a sermon preached on the Sabbath
succeeding the secession riots in New York city, July 19, 1863.             1863
The future of the colored race in America : being an article in the
Presbyterian quarterly review, of July, 1862.                               1862
An address to the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina.                1805
Liberté immédiate et absolue, ou esclavage : Observations sur le
rapport de m. de duc de Broglie, president de la commission instituee
par décision royale du 26 mai 1840, pour l'examen des questions
relatives à l'esclabage et a la constitution politique d                    1844
History of the colored race in America : containing also their ancient
and modern life in Africa ....                                              1887
Speech of Mr. J.C. Alford, of Georgia, on abolition petitions : delivered
in the House of Representatives, January 22, 1840.                          1840
Account of a shooting excursion on the mountains near Dromilly
estate, in the parish of Trelawny : and island of Jamaica, in the month
of October 1824!!!                                                          1825

The historic purchase of freedom : an oration delivered before the
fraternity, in the music hall, Boston, Dec. 22, 1859, the two hundred
and thirty-ninth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. 1859

Resistance to slavery every man's duty : a report on American slavery,
read to the Worcester Central Association, March 2, 1847.                   1847
Mr. Allen's report of a declaration of sentiments on slavery, Dec. 5,
1837.                                                                       1838
Mr. Allen's speech on ministers leaving a moral kingdom to bear
testimony against sin : liberty in danger, from the publication of its
principles : the Constitution a shield for slavery : and the Union better
than freedom and righteousness.                                             1838
Is slavery sanctioned by the Bible? : a premium tract.                      [1860?]


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A reign of terror : a sermon preached in Union street church, Bangor,
on Sunday evening, June 1, 1856.                                           1856
The great controversy of states and people.                                1851

Democrat and Republican : slavery and freedom : past and present
crises : an historical address in behalf of the veteran founders of the
Republican party upon the pending dangers of political corruption,
anarchical disorganization, and increasing intemper                        1888
The American prejudice against color : an authentic narrative,
showing how easily the nation got into an uproar.                          1853
Speech of Hon. John B. Alley, of Mass., on the principles and
purposes of the Republican party : delivered in the House of
Representatives of the United States, Monday, April 30, 1860.              [1860]
The slavery question.                                                      [1856]
The slavery question : speech of Hon. William J. Alston, of Alabama,
in the House of representatives, April 18, 1850 : in Committee of the
whole on the state of the Union, on the President's message
transmitting the constitution of California.                               [1850]
Letter on American slavery : addressed to the editor of the "Witness,"
8th July 1846.                                                             1846
"Liberty" : the image and superscription on every coin issued by the
United States of America : proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto
all the inhabitants thereof : the inscription on the bell in the old
Philadelphia Statehouse, which was rung July                               1837
Slavery among the Puritans : a letter to the Rev. Moses Stuart.            1850
Common sense.                                                              [c1859]
A voice from Harper's Ferry : a narrative of events at Harper's Ferry :
with incidents prior and subsequent to its capture by Captain Brown
and his men.                                                               1861
Speeches of John A. Andrew at Hingham and Boston : together with
his testimony before the Harper's Ferry Committee of the Senate, in
relation to John Brown : also, the Republican platform and other
matters.                                                                   [1860?]
Suffrage the armor of liberty : speech of General C.C. Andrews of
Minnesota at St. Paul, October 26, 1865 : as originally reported in the
St. Paul Press.                                                            [186-?]
Is a constitutional convention a legislature? : speech of Hon. Elliott
Anthony, delegate from (Chicago), Cook Co., delivered in the
Constitutional convention of Illinois, February 12, 1862.                  [1862]
The Missouri compromise.                                                   [18--?]
Correspondence between Nathan Appleton and John G. Palfrey :
intended as a supplement to Mr. Palfrey's pamphlet on the slave
power.                                                                     1846

Letter to the Hon. Wm. C. Rives of Virginia, on slavery and the Union. 1860
A tribute for the Negro : being a vindication of the moral, intellectual,
and religious capabilities of the coloured portion of mankind, with
particular reference to the African race : illustrated by numerous
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`A cloud of witnesses' against slavery and oppression : containing the
acts, opinions, and sentiments of individuals and societies in all ages :
selected from various sources and for the most part chronologically
arranged.                                                                 1853

The garland of freedom : a collection of poems, chiefly anti-slavery.     1853

A discussion on slaveholding : three letters to a conservative.           1858

The Christian doctrine of slavery.                                        1857

The Christian doctrine of slavery.                                        1857
The history of Abraham Lincoln, and the overthrow of slavery.             1866
The power, duty, and necessity of destroying slavery in the rebel
states : speech of Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, of Illinois : delivered in the
House of Representatives, January 6, 1864.                                [1864]
Our duty to the fugitive slave : a discourse delivered on Sunday, Oct.
6, in West Boylston, Ms., and in Worcester, Dec. 15.                      1850
Incidents in the life of the Rev. J. Asher, pastor of Shiloh (coloured)
Baptist church, Philadelphia, U.S.                                        1850

Speech of Hon. J.M. Ashley, of Ohio : in the House of
Representatives, April 11, 1862, on the bill for the release of certain
persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia.             1862
Success of the Calhoun revolution : the Constitution changed and
slavery nationalized by the unsurpations of the Supreme court.            1860

Speech of Hon. John D. Ashmore, of South Carolina, on the slavery
question : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 1, 1860.      [1860]
Democracy and Dred Scott : Speech delivered by Smith D. Atkins,
before the Freeport wide awakes, at Plymouth hall, Monday evening,
Aug. 14, 1860.                                                            [1860]
Principles of political economy, or, The laws of the formation of
national wealth, developed by means of the Christian law of
government : being the substance of a case delivered to the Hand-
loom Weavers' commission.                                                 1843
Thaddeus Stevens and slavery.                                             1911
Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery.                                        1835
Remarks on Dr. Channing's "Slavery."                                      1836


The laws of race, as connected with slavery.                              1860
Anti-slavery : more exposures.                                            [1826?]
Extrait des registres de l'assemblee generale de la section de la
Bibliotheque, tenue en l'église des Filles Saint-Thomas, du mardi 30
novembre 1790.                                                            Unknown
Report of the arguments of counsel, and of the opinion of the court, in
the case of Commonwealth vs. Aves : tried and determined in the
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.                                  1836

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Prejudice against colored people.                                         [186-?]
Abstract of a journal kept by E. Bacon, United States assistant agent
for the reception of recaptured Negroes on the western coast of Africa
: containing an account of the first negotiations for the purchase of
lands for the American colony.                                            1824
Review of pamphlets on slavery and colonization : first published in
the Quarterly Christian Spectator for March 1833.                         1833
Slavery discussed in occasional essays, from 1833 to 1846.                1846
A plea for Africa : delivered in New-Haven, July 4th, 1825.               1825
Established in righteousness : a discourse to the First Church and
Society in New Haven, on a day of public thanksgiving, November,
24th, 1859.                                                               1859
Review of pamphlets on slavery and colonization : First published in
the Quarterly Christian spectator ; for March, 1833.                      1833
The jugglers detected : a discourse, delivered by request in the
Chapel Street Church, New Haven, December 30, 1860.                       1861
Anti-slavery before Garrison : an address before the Connecticut
Society of the Order of the founders and patriots of America, New
Haven, September 19, 1902 : Being a contribution toward the hitherto
unwritten life of the true William Lloyd Garrison.                        1903
Speech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the slavery question : in
Senate, March 18 and 19, 1850.                                            [1850]
Speech of the Hon. George E. Badger, of North Carolina : in the
United States Senate, Feb. 16, 1854, on the Nebraska bill.                1854

The President's special message : Speech of Hon. A. H. Bailey, in the
Senate, upon the Resolution to instruct our senators and to request
our members to vote for the adoption of the recommendation of the
President, contained in his Special message of Marc                       1862
Intervention for freedom : address of Hon. G.F. Bailey, at Fitchburg,
Friday evening, Aug. 24th, 1860.                                          [1860]
Our duty as taught by the agressive nature of slavery : a discourse
preached in the Baptist church, Akron, O.[hio], on Thanksgiving day :
November 22, 1855.                                                        1855
The issue, presented in a series of letters on slavery.                   1837
General Washington and General Jackson, on Negro soldiers ...             1863
The progress and prospects of Christianity in the United States of
America : with remarks on the subject of slavery in America : and on
the intercourse between British and American churches.                    [1851]
Memorial of Hon. Th. H. Baird, praying for the enactment of measures
to preserve the Constitution and union of the states : presented to the
House of representatives, February 7, 1863, and referred to the
Committee on the judiciary.                                               1864

Slavery.                                                                  1860
Observations on the physical, intellectual, and moral qualities of our
colored population : with remarks on the subject of emancipation and
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Argument of Roger S. Baldwin, of New Haven, before the Supreme
Court of the United States : in the case of the United States,
appellants, vs. Cinque, and others, Africans of the Amistad.                  1841
Speech of Hon. R.S. Baldwin, of Connecticut, in favor of the
admission of California into the union : and on the territorial bills, and
the bill in relation to fugitive slaves, in connection with Mr. Bell's
compromise resolutions : delivered in Senate of                               1850

Speech of Hon. Edward Ball, of Ohio, on the Nebraska and Kansas
bill : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 9, 1854.                1854
The voice of duty : an address delivered at the anti-slavery pic nic at
Westminster, Mass., July 4, 1843.                                             1843

A discourse on the subject of American slavery : delivered in the First
Congregational meeting house, in Mendon, Mass., July 4, 1837.                 1837
Non-resistance in relation to human governments.                              1839
The Turkish spies Ali Abubeker Kaled, and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha,
or, the Mohammedan prophet of 1854. A true history of the Russo-
Turkish war.                                                                  1855
British colonization and coloured tribes.                                     1838
Humane policy, or, Justice to the aborigines of new settlements
essential to a due expenditure of British money, and to the best
interests of the settlers : with suggestions how to civilise the natives by
an improved administration of existing means.                                 1830

Histoire de la Louisiane et de la cession de cette colonie par la France
aux États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale : précédée d'un discours
sur la constitution et le gouvernement des États-Unis.                        1829
An oration, delivered before the Addison County Anti-Slavery Society,
on the Fourth of July, 1836.                                                  1836
Speech of Mr. J. Barbour, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in
Missouri.                                                                     [1820]
An account of the emancipation of the slaves of Unity Valley Pen, in
Jamaica.                                                                      1801
Influence of slavery upon the white population.                               [1855]

Speech on Hon. Wm. Barksdale, of Mississippi, on the presidential
election : Delivered in the House of Representatives, July 23, 1856.          1856
An inquiry into the scriptural views of slavery.                              1846
Home missions : a sermon in behalf of the American Home
Missionary Society : preached in the cities of New York and
Philadelphia, May, 1849.                                                      1849
The conditions of peace : a thanksgiving discourse delivered in the
First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, November 27, 1862.                   1863
The state of the country : a discourse, delivered in the First
Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, June 1, 1865 : on the day
appointed as a day of "humiliation and mourning" in view of the death
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Des colonies modernes sous la zone torride, et particulièrement de
celle de Saint-Domingue : ouvrage dans lequel on découvre les
causes de leurs malheurs, et où l'on développe les véritables
principes du gouvernement qui leur convient : les moyens économi          (1802)
A view of the American slavery question.                                  1836
The war and slavery, and their relations to each other : a discourse,
delivered in the Old South Church, Reading, Mass., December 28,
1862.                                                                     1863
Speech of Benjamin Barstow, of Salem, on the abolition propensities
of Caleb Cushing : delivered at the Massachusetts national
Democratic convention, held at Boston, Sept. 22, 1853.                    1853

The literature of the rebellion : a catalogue of books and pamphlets
relating to the civil war in the United States, and on subjects growing
out of that event, together with works on American slavery, and
essays from reviews and magazines on the same subj                        1866

Speech of Hon. Thomas W. Bartley, on the subject of the law to
organize the territories of Kansas and Nebraska : delivered before a
convention of the people, held at Mansfield on the 21st of July, 1854.    1854
The Randolph epistles.                                                    [1850]
Slavery examined by the light of nature : sermon preached by Rev.
Geo. W. Bassett at the Congregational Church, Washington, D.C.,
Sunday, February 28, 1858.                                                [1858?]
Letter to a member of the Society of Friends : in reply to objections
against joining anti-slavery societies.                                   1837
The responsibility of the North in relation to slavery.                   1856
The general position of Lancaster County in negro slavery.                1911

President's message - slavery - California : speech of Hon. W.V.N.
Bay, of Missouri, in the House of Representatives, February 20, 1850,
in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, on the resolution
referring the President's message to the variou                        [1850]
Comments on the Nebraska bill : with views on slavery in contrast with
freedom.                                                               1854
Speech of Mr. Bayly of Accomack : on the bill to prevent citizens of
New York from carrying slaves out of this commonwealth, and to
prevent the escape of persons charged with the commission of any
crime, and in reply to Mr. Scott of Fauquier, delivered in             1841

Provisional governments over the districts of country now in rebellion
against the lawful authority of the United States : speech of Hon. F.C.
Beaman ... in the House of representatives, April 4, 1862.              [1862]
Reconstruction : speech of F.C. Beaman, of Michigan, in the House of
representatives, March 22, 1864, on the bill to certain states, whose
governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of
government.                                                             1864
Reminiscences of fugitive-slave law days in Boston.                     1880




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The speech of Mr. Beaufoy, Tuesday, the 18th June, 1788 : in a
committee of the whole House, on a bill for regulating the conveyance
of negroes from Africa to the West-Indies : to which are added
observations on the evidence adduced against the bill.                1789
The Jamaica petition for representation in the British House of
Commons, or for independence.                                         1831

A descriptive account of the island of Jamaica : with remarks upon the
cultivation of the sugar-cane, throughout the different seasons of the
year, and chiefly considered in a picturesque point of view : also
observations and reflections upon what would p                            1790
A review and refutation of Helper's "Impending crisis"                    1860
The God of the Bible against slavery.                                     [1855]
The God of the Bible against slavery.                                     [1855]
A sermon on the Nebraska bill.                                            1854

Freedom and war : discourses on topics suggested by the times.            1863
The debt to Africa -- the hope of Liberia.                                1881
Speech of John Bell, of Tennessee, on slavery in the United States,
and the causes of the present dissensions between the North and the
South : delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 5th and 6th
of July, 1850.                                                            1850
Speech of Hon. John Bell, of Tennessee, on non-intervention :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 13, 1852.             1852
Neêrlands West-Indie in zijne belangen, en dr. W.R. van Hoëvell in
zijn "Slaven en vrijen" : Slavernij : Emancipatie : Kolonisatie.          1855

Thanksgiving in the times of civil war : being a discourse delivered in
the First Presbyterian church, Troy, New York, Nov. 28th, 1861.           1861
An oration, delivered at Burlington, Vt., on the fourth of July, 1826.    1826
A caution to Great Britain and her colonies : in a short representation
of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British
dominions.                                                                1785

A caution to Great Britain and her colonies in a short representation of
the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominions. 1784

Serious considerations on several important subjects : viz. on war and
its inconsistency with the gospel : observations on slavery : and
remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors.           1778

Views of American slavery, taken a century ago.                           1858
Defence of the national democracy against the attack of Judge
Douglas : constitutional rights of the states.                            [1860]
Speech of Hon. J.P. Benjamin, of La., on the Kansas question :
delivered in the Senate May 2, 1856.                                      [1856?]

Speech of Hon. J.P. Benjamin, of Louisiana, on the right of secession
: delivered in the Senate of the United States, Dec. 31, 1860.        [1861?]




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Kansas must be free! : the political effects of slavery : speech of Hon.
Henry Bennett, of New York on the bill for the admission of Kansas as
a free state : delivered in the House of Representatives, June 30,
1856.                                                                      [1856?]
Historical and legal examination of that part of the decision of the
Supreme court of the United States in the Dred Scott case : which
declares the unconstitutionality of the Missouri compromise act and
the self-extension of the Constitution to territorie                       1857
Nebraska and Kansas : speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in House
of Representatives, April 25, 1854.                                        [1854?]
Speech : [in Senate, on the reduction of the rate of duties under the
tariff].                                                                   [1844?]
Speech of the Hon. Thos. H. Benton : delivered at the Capitol at
Jefferson City, May 26th, 1849.                                            [1849?]
The American disruption : 1. A popular view of the American civil war ;
2. England, the North and the South ; 3. The results of the American
disruption : in three lectures, delivered by request at Kilndown,
Hawkhurst, and before the Maidstone literary & m                           1862
The speech of Henry Berry, (of Jefferson,) in the House of delegates
of Virginia, on the abolition of slavery.                                  [1832]
A review of the Bishop of Oxford's counsel to the American clergy,
with reference to the institution of slavery : also supplemental remarks
on the relation of the Wilmot proviso to the interests of the colored
class.                                                                     1848
The M.E. church and slavery, as described by Revs. H. Mattison, W.
Hosmer, E. Bowen, D. D., D. De Vinne, and J.D. Long, with a Bible
view of the whole subject.                                                 1859

The operation of the apprenticeship system in the British colonies : a
statement, the substance of which was presented and adopted at the
meeting of the Liverpool Anti-slavery Society, December 19th, 1837 :
with references to official documents, authentic                           1838
The Bible view of slavery reconsidered : a letter to the Right Rev.
Bishop Hopkins.                                                            1863
The alliance with the Negro : speech of Hon. Charles J. Biddle of
Pennsylvania : delivered in the House of representatives of the United
States, March 6, 1862.                                                     [1862]
The curse entailed.                                                        1857 [c1856]
A review of the President's message : Speech of Hon. Charles
Billinghurst, of Wisconsin, delivered in the House of Representatives,
August 9, 1856.                                                            [1856]
Bill and report of John A. Bingham and vote on its passage : repealing
the territorial New Mexican laws establishing slavery and authorizing
employers to whip "white persons" and others in their employment,
and denying them redress in the courts.                                    [1860]

Speech of Mr. Bingham, of Michigan, on the admission of California :
Delivered in the House of Representatives, June 4, 1850.                1850
De l'abolition de l'esclavage ancien en occident : examen des causes
principales qui ont concouru à l'extinction de l'esclavage ancien dans
l'Europe occidentale et de l'époque à laquelle ce grand fait historique
a été définitivement accompli.                                          1840


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A voice from the South : discussing, among other subjects, slavery,
and its remedy : respectfully dedicated to Robert J. Breckinridge, D.D.,
of Kentucky.                                                             1861
Review of Gov. Banks' veto of the revised code, on account of its
authorizing the enrolment of colored citizens in the militia ....        1860

An appeal to the people of Illinois on the question of a convention.         July, 1823

Examination of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United
States, in the case of Strader, Gorman and Armstrong vs. Christopher
Graham : delivered at its December term, 1850, concluding with an
address to the free colored people, advising them to remo                    1852
Letter on colonization : addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills,
corresponding secretary of the Kentucky colonization society.                1838
Letter to ministers and elders, on the sin of holding slaves, and the
duty of immediate emancipation.                                              [1834?]
The American churches : the bulwarks of American slavery.                    1840
The American churches the bulwarks of American slavery.                      1885
The American churches, the bulwarks of American slavery.                     1842
The sinfulness of slaveholding in all circumstances : tested by reason
and Scripture.                                                               1846

James G. Birney and his times : the genesis of the Republican Party
with some account of abolition movements in the South before 1828.           1890
Sketch of the life of James G. Birney.                                       1884
Secession and slavery, or, The effect of secession on the relation of
the United States to the seceded states and to slavery therein :
considered as a question of constitutional law ....                          1864

Observations, upon the proposal to amend the federal Constitution
abolishing slavery throughout the United States, and the history of
parties and the condtion and prospects of the country.                       [1865]
An outline of the history of the church in the state of Kentucky, during
a period of forty years : containing the memoirs of Rev. David Rice,
and sketches of the origin and present state of particular churches,
and of the lives and labours of a number of                                  1824
The slave question : speech of Mr. William H. Bissell, of Illinois, in the
House of Representatives, Thursday, February 21, 1850 : in
Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, on the resolutions
referring the president's annual message to the appr                         [1850]
Du projet Mackau, tendant à violer la loi du 24 avril 1833 sur le régime
législatif des colonies.                                                     1844

Les esclaves des colonies francaises au clergé francais.                     1844
A sermon, preached before the Presbyterian churches of Cleveland :
on the national fast day, September 26, 1861.                                1861
A plea for humanity : a sermon preached in the Euclid Street
Presbyterian Church, Cleveland, Ohio.                                        1854
The doctrines of the Democratic and Abolition parties contrasted ;
Negro equality ; The conflict between "higher law" and the law of the
land : speech of Hon. Jeremiah S. Black, at the hall of the Keystone
club, in Philadelphia, October 24, 1864.                                     [1864]


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Remarks, and a discourse on slavery.                                         1854
The President's policy : speech of Hon. F.P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri, on
the policy of the President for the restoration of the Union and the
establishment of peace : delivered in the House of Representatives,
April 11, 1862.                                                              1862
A voice from the grave of Jackson! : letter from Francis P. Blair, Esq.
to a public meeting in New York, held April 29, 1856.                        [1856]
Letter of Francis P. Blair, Esq., to the Republican Association of
Washington, D.C.                                                             [1855?]
The destiny of the races of this continent : an address delivered
before the Mercantile library association of Boston, Massachusetts :
on the 26th of January, 1859.                                                1859
Speech of Hon. F. P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri : at the Cooper Institute,
New York City, Wednesday, January 25, 1860.                                  1860
Speech of Hon. Francis P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri, on the acquisition of
Central America : delivered in the House of Representatives, January
14, 1858.                                                                    1858
Speech of Hon. Frank P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri : on the acquisition of
territory in Central and South America, to be colonized with free
blacks, and held as a dependency by the United States : delivered in
the House of Representatives, on the 14th day of                             1858
Letter of Hon. Montgomery Blair, postmaster general, to the meeting
held at the Cooper institute, New York, March 6, 1862.                       1862
Equality of rights in the territories : speech of Harrison G. Blake, of
Ohio : made in the House of Representatives, in Committee of the
Whole, June 12, 1860.                                                        [1860]
Slavery in the District : speech of Hon. H.G. Blake, of Ohio, delivered
in the House of representatives, April 11, 1862, on the bill for the
release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of
Columbia.                                                                    [1862]
Sermon on slave-holding : preached by appointment, before the
Synod of Cincinnati, at their late stated meeting at Mount Pleasant,
Ohio, October 20th, 1841.                                                    1842
Speech of Rev. Henry Bleby, missionary from Barbados, on the
results of emancipation in the British W.I. colonies : delivered at the
celebration of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, held at Island
Grove, Abington, July 31st, 1858.                                            1858
An essay on liberty and slavery.                                             1856
Response of Hon. George Bliss : representative of the fourteenth
congressional district of Ohio, to resolutions of the legislature of Ohio,
requesting the senators and representatives of that state in Congress
to vote for a proposed amendment to the Const                                [1865]
Success of the absolutists : their idealism, what and whence is it? :
speech of Hon. Philemon Bliss, of Ohio, in the House of
representatives, May 24, 1858.                                               1858
The Federal judiciary : speech of Hon. Philemon Bliss, of Ohio, in the
United States House of Representatives, February 7, 1859.                    [1859]
Citizenship : state citizens, general citizens : speech of Hon. Philemon
Bliss, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 7,
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Complaints of the extensionists--their falsity : speech of Hon.
Philemon Bliss, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, May 21,
1856.                                                                     [1856?]
Congress must govern its territory : man not property : speech of Hon.
Philemon Bliss, of Ohio in the House of Representatives, January 15,
1857.                                                                     [1857?]
An examination of the expediency and constitutionality of prohibiting
slavery in the state of Missouri ....                                     1819
Liberia's offering : being addresses, sermons, etc.                       1862
The peace we need, and how to secure it : a sermon preached in the
Tenth Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, on the day of national
humiliation, June 1, 1865.                                                1865
What Christianity demands of us at the present crisis : a sermon
preached on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 29, 1860.                              1860

De la crise americaine et de celle des nationalités en Europe.            1862

The Second Louisiana : May 27th, 1863.                                    [1863?]

A reply to Bishop Hopkins' View of slavery : and a review of the times.   1865
Antidote to Rev. H.J. Van Dyke's pro-slavery discourse.                   1861
Justice essential to national prosperity : address delivered before the
National equal suffrage association.                                      1866
Speech of Hon. Walter Booth, of Connecticut, in the House of
representatives, June 4, 1850 : in Committee of the whole on the state
of the union, on the President's message transmitting the constitution
of California.                                                            [1850?]

Report of a lecture on colonial slavery and gradual emancipation :
delivered in the assembly rooms on Friday, March 1, 1833.                 1833

The past, the present, and the future of our country : interesting and
important correspondence between opposition members of the
legislature of Virginia and Hon. John Minor Botts, January 17, 1860.      [1860]
Union or disunion : the union cannot and shall not be dissolved : Mr.
Lincoln not an abolitionist : speech of the Hon. John M. Botts, at
Holcombe hall, in Lynchburg, Virginia, on Thursday evening, October
18.                                                                       [1860]
A condensed anti-slavery Bible argument.                                  1845
An address to the Presbyterian church : enforcing the duty of
excluding all slaveholders from the "communion of saints".                1833
An address to the Presbyterian church : enforcing the duty of
excluding all slaveholders from the "communion of saints".                1833
The abrogation of the Seventh commandment, by the American
churches.                                                                 1835
The book and slavery irreconcilable : with animadversions upon Dr.
Smith's philosophy.                                                       1816
Rev. George Bourne : the pioneer of American antislavery.                 [1882?]
Emancipation : its justice, expediency and necessity, as the means of
securing a speedy and permanent peace.                                    [1861]
Speeches and papers relating to the rebellion and the overthrow of
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Their shadows before : a story of the Southampton insurrection.                  1899

To the public.                                                                   [1843?]

Slavery and the Constitution.                                                    1849

Serious remonstrances, addressed to the citizens of the northern
states, and their representatives : being an appeal to their natural
feelings & common sense : consisting of speculations and
animadversions, on the recent revival of the slave trade, in the                 1805
The guardian genius of the federal union, or, Patriotic admonitions on
the signs of the times : in relation to the evil spirit of party, arising from
the root of all our evils, human slavery : being the first part of The
beauties of philanthropy.                                                        1839
The habeas corpus, and martial law.                                              1862
Speech of Hon. John C. Breckinridge : at Ashland, Kentucky,
September 5th, 1860, repelling the charge of disunion and vindicating
the national Democracy.                                                          1860
An address delivered before the Colonization society of Kentucky, at
Frankfort, on the 6th day of January, 1831.                                      1831
Speech of Robert J. Breckinridge, delivered in the courthouse yard at
Lexington, Ky., on the 12th day of October, 1840, in reply to the
"Speech of Robert Wickliffe, delivered in the courthouse in Lexington,
on the 10th day of August, 1840, upon the occasi                                 1840
The nation's success and gratitude : [the substance of a discourse
delivered in Danville, Ky., on the 26th of November, 1863, the day of
national thanksgiving and prayer].                                               1864
Prison life ....                                                                 [1862?]
Slavery and the Constitution : both sides of the question.                       1850
The history of Jim Crow.                                                         1839
Uncle Tom's cabin in ruins! : triumphant defence of slavery! : in a
series of letters to Harriet Beecher Stowe.                                      1853
Amanda: a tale for the times.                                                    1848
Slaveholding examined in the light of the Holy Bible.                            [1847]
A critical examination of the marquis de Chatellux's Travels, in North
America, in a letter addressed to the marquis : principally intended as
a refutation of his opinions concerning the Quakers, the negroes, the
people, and mankind.                                                             1788
Mémoire sur les noirs de l'Amérique septentrionale : lu à l'assemblée
de la Société des amis des noirs, le 9 février 1789.                             1789
Races of mankind with travels in Grubland.                                       [c1856]
The speech of William H. Brodnax, (of Dinwiddie) in the House of
Delegates of Virginia : on the policy of the state with respect to its
colored population : delivered January 19, 1832.                                 1832

Some proposals towards propagating of the gospel in our American
plantations : humbly offerr'd in a letter to Mr. Nelson, a worthy member
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A defence of southern slavery against the attacks of Henry Clay and
Alex'r. Campbell : in which much of the false philanthropy and
mawkish sentimentalism of the abolitionists is met and refuted : in
which it is moreover shown that the association of the w                     1851

A defence of the South against the reproaches and incroachments of
the North : in which slavery is shown to be an institution of God
intended to form the basis of the best social state and the only
safeguard to the permanence of a republican goverment.                       1850
An appeal for the right : a sermon preached.                                 1856

Speech of Hon. Erastus Brooks : in the Senate, Feb. 7th, 8th, and
13th, 1855, the Lemmon slave case and slavery--secret societies and
oaths--grounds of opposition to Mr. Seward--the common schools of
New York--the Bible in our schools--the pure franchise-                      [1855]
Speech of Hon. James Brooks, of New York : on the President's
message, in the House of Representatives, December, 1864.                    [1864]
Howell Cobb and the crisis of 1850.                                          [1918]
An Englishman's thoughts on the crimes of the South, and the
recompense of the North.                                                     1865
Speech of Hon. John M. Broomall, of Pennsylvania, on the civil rights
bill : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 8, 1866 : rights
of citizens.                                                                 [1866?]
The United States of North America as they are : not as they are
generally described, being a cure for radicalism.                            1840

Speeches on social and political subjects with historical introductions. 1857

Address, delivered in the Chapel of Jefferson College, July 4th, 1842. 1842
An address on the progress of the United States and on the slavery
question : delivered at Odd-Fellows' Hall, (Nashville, Tenn.) for the
benefit of the Orphan Asylum.                                          1850
Address of Hon. Albert G. Brown : before the members of the
legislature of the state of Mississippi, November 8, 1959.             1859

Protection to slave property : speech of Hon. A.G. Brown, of
Mississippi, in defence of his proposition for immediate congressional
protection to slave property in the territories, with the reply of Senator
Fitch. Delivered in the Senate of the United Sta                             1860
Speech of Hon. A.G. Brown, of Mississippi : delivered at Elwood
Springs, near Port Gibson, Miss., November 2, 1850.                          [1850?]
The slave question : speech of Mr. A.G. Brown, of Mississippi, in the
House of Representatives, January 30, 1850, on the subject of
slavery, and on the action of the administration in relation to California
and New Mexico.                                                              [1850]
An address by Col. B. Gratz Brown : slavery in its national aspects as
related to peace and war.                                                    [1862?]
Freedom for Missouri : letter of B. Gratz Brown, to the "Weekly new
era,"                                                                        [1862]
Memoir of Rev. Abel Brown.                                                   1849




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Speech of Charles Brown, of Pennsylvania, on abolition and slavery :
delivered in the House of Representatives, February 3 and 7, 1849.         1849
The American war and slavery : speech of the Hon. George Brown at
the anniversary meeting of the Anti-Slavery Society of Canada : held
at Toronto on Wednesday, February 3, 1863.                                 1863
Review of Rev. Dr. Raphael's [!] disco'rse on "American slavery as
being consistent with the Hebrew servitude of the Old Testament," : a
sermon preached (by request) in the Baptist church, Shushan, on
Wednesday, March 27th, 1861.                                               1861
Memoirs of the Rev. Robert Finley, D.D., late pastor of the
Presbyterian congregation at Basking Ridge, New-Jersey, and
president of Franklin college, located at Athens, in the state of
Georgia : with brief sketches of some of his contemporaries, and
nume                                                                       1819

American slavery in its moral and political aspects, comprehensively
examined : to which is subjoined an epitome of ecclesiastical history,
shewing the mutilated state of modern Christianity.                        1840
Religious organizations, and slavery.                                      1850
A lecture delivered before the Female Anti-slavery Society of Salem :
at Lyceum Hall, Nov. 14, 1847.                                             1847
Memoir of the author.                                                      [c1863]
My southern home, or, The South and its people.                            1880
Narrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slave.                           1848

The black man, his antecedents, his genius, and his achievements.          1863
Speech of Hon. O.H. Browning : delivered at the Republican mass-
meeting, Springfield, Ill., August 8th, 1860.                              1860
The diary of Orville Hickman Browning.                                     1925-1933
Ought American slavery to be perpetuated? : a debate between Rev.
W.G. Brownlow and Rev. A. Pryne : held at Philadelphia, September,
1858.                                                                      [1858]

The great iron wheel examined, or, Its false spokes extracted : and an
exhibition of Elder Graves, its builder : in a series of chapters.         1856
A sermon on slavery : a vindication of the Methodist church, South :
her position stated. Delivered in Temperance hall, in Knoxville, on
Sabbath, August 9th, 1857, to the delegates and others in attendance
at the Southern commercial convention.                                     1857
The rightful remedy.                                                       1850
Stephen A. Douglas on the cause and effect of the rebellion.               [1863]
A fire in an old time F street tavern and what it revealed.                1906
An oration upon the moral and political evil of slavery : Delivered at a
public meeting of the Maryland society, for promoting the abolition of
slavery, and the relief of free negroes, and others unlawfully held in
bondage. Baltimore, July 4th, 1791.                                        1793
The Bible vindicated from the charge of sustaining slavery.                1837




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Land- und seereisen eines st. gallischen kantonsbürgers nach
Nordamerika und Westindien, über Amsterdam nach Baltimore,
Pitzburg, Gallipoli, Sensaneta, Neu-Vevay, die gegend Wabasch am
Ohio, Natschet, Battonroughe und Neu-Orleans am Mississippi etc.,
und                                                                 1819
Position of Massachusetts on the slavery question : speech of Hon.
James Buffinton, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives,
April 30, 1856.                                                     [1856]

Removal of ancient landmarks, or, The causes and consequences of
slavery extension : a discourse preached to the Second
Congregational church of West Winsted, Ct., March 5th, 1854.             1854
Der befreite Neger.                                                      [1911]
A review of Mr. Binney's pamphlet on "The privilege of the writ of
habeas corpus under the Constitution"                                    1862

The law of slavery in the United States.                                 1863
Speech of Judge Burbank, in the Senate of California, February 7th,
1861, on the union resolutions.                                          1861
Remarks of Dr. J.R. Burden, of Philadelphia Co., in the Senate of
Pennsylvania, on the abolition question, February, 1838. Also his
valedictory address as speaker of the Senate, April, 1838.               1838
Address to the American society for colonizing the free people of
colour of the United States ... : November 21st, 1818.                   1818
The middle period, 1817-1858.                                            1904
An important appeal to the people of the United States : Slavery and
abolitionism. Union and disunion.                                        [1856?]
Chivalry, slavery, and Young America.                                    1866

Defence of Massachusetts : speech of Hon. Anson Burlingame, of
Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.           [1856]
Bible servitude : a sermon, delivered in the Appleton-St. church,
Lowell, on the day of annual thanksgiving, November 30, 1843.            1843
Speech of Hon. H.C. Burnett, of Kentucky, in favor of the admission of
Kansas under the Lecompton constitution.                                 [1858]
Speech of Mr. Burns of Richland on the several resolutions of the
subject of the "Fugitive slave law" : in senate, Jan. 17, 1850.          1851
A plan of brotherly copartnership of the North and South : for the
peaceful extinction of slavery.                                          1856
Oberlin's part in the slavery conflict.                                  1911
The great rebellion of 1861 : twelve months' history of the United
States : showing what a republic can do : skirmishes and battles :
what the rebels have done to destroy the Union : the lessons of the
year, etc., etc.                                                         1862
White slavery : a new emancipation cause, presented to the people of
the United States.                                                       1839
New church miscellanies, or, Essays ecclesiastical, doctrinal and
ethical.                                                                 1855
Minority report and motion to adjourn "sine die" : speech of Isidor
Bush, of Saint Louis, delivered in the Missouri State Convention, June
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A discourse on the slavery question : delivered in the North Church,
Hartford, Thursday evening, Jan. 10, 1839.                               1839
Politics under the law of God : a discourse delivered in the North
Congregational Church, Hartford, on the annual fast of 1844.             1844
The census and slavery : a Thanksgiving discourse, delivered in the
chapel at Clifton Springs, N.Y., November 29, 1860.                      1860
The Massachusetts resolutions on the Sumner assault, and the
slavery issue : speeches of Senators Butler, Evans, and Hunter :
delivered in the Senate of the United States.                            [1856?]
Anti fanaticism : a tale of the South.                                   1853
Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Baronet : with selections from
his correspondence.                                                      1848
The history of the Loco-foco, or, Equal Rights Party, its movements,
conventions and proceedings.                                             1842
Quarry slaves, a drama.                                                  1904

What have we, as individuals, to do with slavery?                        [1855]

Speech of Hon. John Cadwalader, of Pennsylvania : on the legislation
of the United States upon the subject of slavery in the territories :
delivered in the House of Representatives, March 5, 1856.                 1856
An essay on slavery, with a reasonable proposition made how to
dispense with it : With a brief investigation of what is termed civilized
life, showing unmasked, without colouring, a picture of some of its
practices and results ....                                                [1859]
The Southern Confederacy and the African slave trade : the
correspondence between Prof. Cairnes ... and George M'Henry, esq.
....                                                                      1863

The slave power : its character, career and possible designs : being
an attempt to explain the real issues involved in the American contest. 1862

Who are the canters?                                                     [1863]
Controversy between Caius Gracchus and Opimius : in reference to
the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the
United States. First published in the Richmond Enquirer.                 1827
Slavery and southern Methodism : two sermons preached in the
Methodist Church in Newman, Georgia.                                     1865
Address of the Hon. John C. Calhoun, in the Senate of the Unitd
States, on the subject of slavery : [read for him by Hon. Mr. Mason,
March 4, 1850].                                                          [1850]
Life of John C. Calhoun : presenting a condensed history of political
events from 1811 to 1843.                                                1843
Speech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the Oregon Bill :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 24, 1843.          1843

Speech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the slavery question :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 4, 1850.             [1850]
Union -- Slavery -- Secession : letter from Governor R.K. Call, of
Florida, to John S. Littell, of Germantown, Pennsylvania.                1861
Speech of Hon. Theophilus C. Callicot of Kings, against the Personal
liberty bill : in assembly, March 14, 1860.                              1860


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A poem.                                                                      1844
Reminiscences and documents relating to the Civil War during the
year 1865.                                                                   1887
Atrocious judges Lives of judges infamous as tools of tyrants and
instruments of oppression.                                                   1856

Negro-mania : being an examination of the falsely assumed equality of
the various races of men : demonstrated by the investigations of
Champollion, Wilkinson, Rosellini, Van-Amringe, Gliddon, Young,
Morton, Knox, Lawrence, Gen. J.H. Hammond, Murray, Smith              1851

Americanism : speech of Hon. Lewis D. Campbell, of Ohio, delivered
at the American Mass Meeting, held in Washington City, February
29th, 1856, as reported and published in the "American Organ."          [1856]
Kansas and Nebraska--Georgia and Ohio--free labor and slave labor :
speech of Hon. Lewis D. Campbell, of Ohio, in the House of
Representatives, December 14, 1854.                                     [1854]
Union for the cause of freedom : letter of Hon. L.D. Campbell, of Ohio,
to the Hon. Daniel R. Tilden, as to the proper means of securing
freedom to free territories.                                            [1850?]

The speech of the Right Hon. George Canning : in the House of
Commons, March 16th, 1824, on laying before the House the "Papers
in explanation of the measure adopted by His Majesty's government,
for the amelioration of the condition of the slave populatio       [1830?]
Letter to Rev. Nathaniel Hall, of Dorchester, Mass.                [1855]

The life and times of C.G. Memminger.                                        1893
The claims of agriculture : speech of Hon. John Carey, of Ohio :
delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, April 27, 1860.              [1860?]
Slavery and the Wilmot proviso : with some suggestions for a
compromise.                                                                  1847
Slavery in Maryland briefly considered.                                      1845

A calm address to the people of the eastern states, on the subject of
the representation of slaves : the representation in the Senate : and
the hostility to commerce ascribed to the southern states.                   Nov. 28, 1814
Letters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results
... : addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S.                          1832
De l'esclavage dans ses rapports avec l'union américaine.                    1862
Speech of Hon. John S. Carlile, of Virginia, on the bill to confiscate the
property and free the slaves of rebels : delivered in the Senate of the
United States, March 11, 1862.                                               1862
Address, on the duty of the slave states in the present crisis, delivered
in Galveston, Dec. 12th, 1860.                                               1860
A slave rescue in Niagara sixty years ago.                                   1897

Speech of Mr. James S. Carpenter : on the resolution of Mr. Fisher, of
Hardin : House of Representatives, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1840.                [1840?]




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The relation of the national government to the revolted citizens defined
: no power in Congress to emancipate their slaves or confiscate their
property proved : the Constitution as it is, the only hope of the country. [1862]
The union of the states.                                                   1856
Speech of Hon. David K. Cartter of Ohio on the finality of the
compromise : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 25,
1852.                                                                      1852

Essays, being inductions drawn from the Baconian philosophy proving
the truth of the Bible and the justice and benevolence of the decree
dooming Canaan to be servant of servants : and answering the
question of Voltaire : "On demande quel droit des étrange                   1843
Œuvres de don Barthélemi de las Casas, évêque de Chiapa,
défenseur de la liberté des naturels de l'Amérique : précédées de sa
vie, et accompagnées de notes historiques, additions,
développemens, etc., etc. : avec portrait.                                  1822
Œuvres de don Barthélemi de las Casas, évêque de Chiapa,
défenseur de la liberté des naturels de l'Amérique : précédées de sa
vie, et accompagnées de notes historiques, additions,
développemens, etc., etc. : avec portrait.                                  1822
Aid to Yucatan.                                                             [18--?]
Diplomatic relations with Austria : speech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of
Michigan, in Senate of the United States, Friday, January 4, 1850, on
suspending our diplomatic relations with Austria.                           [1850]
Question de l'esclavage.                                                    [1847?]

The power of Congress over the territories : speech of Hon. Lewis
Cass, of Michigan, in Senate of the United States, March 13 and 14,
1850, on the compromise resolutions of Mr. Bell, of Tennessee, and
the proposition to refer them to a select committee.                        [1850]

Active service.                                                             1917

A abolição e a federação no Brasil.                                         1906
The American church and the American union.                                 1861

The captives.                                                                [1899]
A semi-centenary discourse, delivered in the First African Presbyterian
church, Philadelphia, on the fourth Sabbath of May, 1857 : with a
history of the church from its first organizaiton : including a brief notice
of Rev. John Gloucester, its first pasto                                     1857

Anti-slavery reminiscences.                                                 1891
The substance of a speech on negro slavery : delivered at the Rev.
Mr. Barker's chapel, High street, Deptford, on Tuesday evening, 2nd
November, 1830 : the Rev. J.T. Barker in the chair.                         1830
Speech of Hon. E.M. Chamberlain, of Indiana, against the repeal of
the Missouri compromise act : delivered in the House of
Representatives, Monday, March 13, 1854.                                    1854




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Speech of Mr. J.R. Chandler, of Penn., on the admission of California
: delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States,
March 28, 1850.                                                       1850
The confederacy of Judah with Assyria : a sermon preached in the
Congregational church, West Brattleboro, Vt., July 4th, 1852.         [1852]

American criminal trials.                                                  1841-44
The morals of freedom : an oration delivered before the authorities of
the city of Boston, July 4, 1844.                                          1844

God admonishing his people of their duty, as parents and masters : a
sermon, preached at New-London, December 20th, 1786, occasioned
by the execution of Hannah Ocuish, a mulatto girl, aged 12 years and
9 months, for the murder of Eunice Bolles, aged 6 yea                      1786
A discourse occasioned by the death of the Rev. Dr. Follen.                1840
A letter to the abolitionists.                                             1837
A letter to the Hon. Henry Clay : on the annexation of Texas to the
United States.                                                             1837

Dr. Channing's last address : delivered at Lenox on the first of August,
1842, the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies.        1842
Emancipation.                                                            1840
Letter of William E. Channing to James G. Birney.                        1837

On the evils of slavery.                                                   [18--?]

Remarks on the slavery question in a letter to Jonathan Phillips, Esq.     1839
Slavery.                                                                   1836
Tribute of William Ellery Channing to the American abolitionists : for
their vindication of freedom of speech.                                    1861
Fitz-Hugh St. Clair, the South Carolina rebel boy, or, It is no crime to
be born a gentleman.                                                       1872
The nation's sin and punishment, or, The hand of God visible in the
overthrow of slavery.                                                      1864
William Lloyd Garrison.                                                    [c1921]
Right and wrong in Massachusetts.                                          1839
Songs of the free, and hymns of Christian freedom .                        1836
Songs of the free : and hymns of Christian freedom.                        1836

A manual on school-houses and cottages for the people of the South.        1868
Teachings of patriots and statesmen, or, The "Founders of the
Republic" on slavery.                                                      1861
English serfdom and American slavery, or, Ourselves as others see
us.                                                                        [c1854]
Maintain plighted faith : speech of Hon. S.P. Chase, of Ohio, in the
Senate, February 3, 1854, against the repeal of the Missouri
prohibition of slavery north of 36° 30'.                                   1854
Maintain plighted faith : Mr. Chase's speech, in the Senate, Feb. 3,
1854, against the repeal of the Missouri prohibition.                      [1854?]
Maintain plighted faith : speech of Hon. S.P. Chase, of Ohio, in the
Senate, February 3, 1854, against the repeal of the Missouri
prohibition of slavery North of 36 30'.                                    1854


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Politics in Ohio : Senator Chase's letter to Hon. A.P. Edgerton.              [1854?]
Speech of Hon. Salmon P. Chase, delivered at the Republican mass
meeting in Cincinnati, August 21, 1855 : together with extracts from
his speeches in the Senate on kindred subjects.                               1855
Speech of Salmon P. Chase in the case of the colored woman,
Matilda : who was brought before the Court of Common Pleas of
Hamilton County, Ohio, by writ of habeas corpus, March 11, 1837.              1837

Speech of Senator Chase : delivered at Toledo, May 30, 1851, before
a mass convention of the Democracy of North-Western Ohio.           [1851?]

Termination of federal ownership in Ohio : remarks of Hon. S.P.
Chase of Ohio on the bill granting to the state of Ohio the unsold lands
remaining within that state : in the Senate of the U.S., April 14, 1852. [1852?]

The radical democracy of New York and the independent democracy :
letter from Senator Chase, of Ohio, to Hon. B.F. Butler, of New York. [1852?]
Union and freedom, without compromise : speech of Mr. Chase, of
Ohio, on Mr. Clay's compromise resolutions.                           [1850]


Anti-slavery addresses of 1844 and 1845.                                1867
A sketch of the history of the colored race in the United States, and a
reminiscence of slavery : By Thos. A. Cheek, the self-educated boy of
Peoria, Illinois.                                                       1873

The curse of God against political atheism : with some of the lessons
of the tragedy at Harper's Ferry : a discourse delivered in the Church
of the Puritans, New York, on Sabbath evening, Nov. 6, 1859.                  1859
Address of Rev. George B. Cheever, D.D. before the American
Missionary Association, Boston, May 27, 1858 : the commission from
God of the missionary enterprise against the sin of slavery and the
responsibility on the church and ministry for its fulfilment                  [1858?]
God against slavery : and the freedom and duty of the pulpit to rebuke
it, as a sin against God.                                                     1857
The fire and hammer of God's word against the sin of slavery : speech
of George B. Cheever, D.D., at the anniversary of the American
Abolition Society, May, 1858.                                                 1858
The guilt of slavery and the crime of slaveholding : demonstrated from
the Hebrew and Greek scriptures.                                              1860
The salvation of the country secured by immediate emancipation : a
discourse.                                                                    1861
A tract for the times : on the question, is it right to withhold fellowship
from churches or from individuals that tolerate or practise slavery? :
read by appointment, before the Congregational ministers' meeting, of
New-London county, Ct.                                                        1859
Relations of states : speech of the Hon. James Chesnut, Jr. of South
Carolina : delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 9, 1860,
on the resolutions submitted by the Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Miss. on
1st March, 1860.                                                              1860




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Relations of states : speech of the Hon. James Chesnut, Jr. of South
Carolina : delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 9, 1860,
on the resolutions submitted by the Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Miss. on
1st March, 1860.                                                                1860

Un drame esclavagiste : prologue de la sécession américaine ; suivi
de Notes sur John Brown, son procès et ses derniers moments.                    [1864]
Speech of Hon. Langdon Cheves, in the Southern convention, at
Nashville, Tennessee, November 14, 1850.                                        1850
God's judgments teaching righteousness : a sermon delivered on the
national fast day, January 4, 1861, in St. Matthew's parish, Prince
George's County, Md.                                                            1861
Oration in honor of universal emancipation in the British Empire :
delivered at South Reading, August first, 1834.                                 1834
Rights and duties of the United States relative to slavery under the
laws of war : no military power to return any slave : "contraband of
war" inappliable between the United States and their insurgent
enemies.                                                                        1861
The duty of disobedience to the Fugitive slave act : an appeal to the
legislators of Massachusetts.                                                   1860
The freedmen's book.                                                            1865
The oasis.                                                                      1834
The right way the safe way : proved by emancipation in the British
West Indies, and elsewhere.                                                     1860
Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs.
Mason, of Virginia.                                                             1860
Isaac T. Hopper : a true life.                                                  1853
The evils of slavery, and the cure of slavery : the first proved by the
opinions of southerners themselves, the last shown by historical
evidence.                                                                       1836
The fountain for every day in the year.                                         1836

The patriarchal institution, as described by members of its own family.         1860
The right way the safe way : proved by emancipation in the British
West Indies, and elsewhere.                                                     1862
An appeal from David L. Childs ... to the abolitionists.                        [184-]
Ethiopia : her gloom and glory, as illustrated in the history of the slave
trade and slavery, the rise of the republic of Liberia, and the progress
of African missions.                                                            1857
Pulpit politics, or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing
influences on the American Union.                                               1863
Republic of Liberia.                                                            1848
African colonization by the free colored people of the United States :
an indispensable auxilary to African missions : a lecture.                      1854
Le déclin de l'esclavage antique.                                               1910
Appeal to the people of Maine.                                                  [1855]
A voice from the motherland, answering Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe's
appeal.                                                                         1863

An address, delivered before the Portsmouth anti-slavery society, on
the fourth of July, A.D. 1839, being the 63d anniversary of the
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Speech of Hon. Daniel Clark, of New Hampshire, on the proposed
amendment of hte Constitution, forver prohibiting slavery in the United
States, and all places under their jurisdiction.                          [1864]
On the Constitution.                                                      [1860]
The black brigade of Cincinnati : being a report of its labors and a
muster-roll of its members : together with various orders, speeches,
etc., relating to it.                                                     1864
A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled
Conscience and the Constitution.                                          1850
Conscience and law : a discourse preached in the North church,
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on the fast day, April 3, 1851.                1851
The unity of the American nationality : a discourse delivered in the
North Ref. Prot. Dutch church of Albany, November 26th, 1863, the
day of the national Thanksgiving.                                         1863
The veto power - relation of parties : speech of Hon. B.L. Clarke, of
Kentucky, in the House of representatives, Monday, June 26, 1848 : in
committee of the whole on the state of the Union and the civil and
diplomatic appropriation bill.                                            [1848?]
Anti-slavery days : A sketch of the struggle which ended in the
abolition of slavery in the United States.                                c1883
Secession, concession, or self-possession, which?                         1861
The rendition of Anthony Burns : its causes and consequences : a
discourse on Christian politics.                                          1854
The American Anti-slavery Society at war with the church : a
discourse, delivered before the First Congregational Church and
Society, in Canterbury, Conn., June 30th, 1844.                           1844

Not a labourer wanted for Jamaica : to which is added, an account of
the newly erected villages by the peasantry there, and their beneficial
results : and of the consequences of re-opening a new slave trade, as
it related to Africa, and the honour of the                               1842
The cries of Africa to the inhabitants of Europe, or, A survey of that
bloody commerce called the slave-trade.                                   [1822]
The history of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition
of the African slave trade by the British Parliament.                     1839
Abolition of the African slave-trade, by the British Parliament.          1830
The argument "that the colonial slaves are better off than the British
peasantry" : answered, from the Royal Jamaica Gazette of June 21,
1823.                                                                     [1824?]
Thoughts on the necessity of improving the condition of the slaves in
the British colonies : with a view to their ultimate emancipation : and
on the practicality, the safety and the advantages of the latter
measure.                                                                  1823
A letter of Cassius M. Clay, of Lexington, Kentucky, to the mayor of
Dayton, Ohio.                                                             1844
Letters of Cassius M. Clay.                                               1844
Speech of Cassius M. Clay, against the annexation of Texas to the
United States of America : in reply to Col. R.M. Johnson and others in
a mass meeting of citizens of the eighth Congressional district, at the
White Sulphur Springs, Scott County, Ky., on S                            1844




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The writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay : including speeches and
addresses.                                                                 1848
L'abolition de l'esclavage.                                                1861
The results of emancipation.                                               1864
Address to anti-slavery Whigs on third partyism.                           [186-?]
The Western Reserve and the fugitive slave law : a prelude to the civil
war.                                                                       1920

History of the Underground railroad as it was conducted by the Anti-
slavery league : including many thrilling encounters between those
aiding the slaves to escape and those trying to recapture them.         [c1915]
An anti-slavery address : delivered in the M.E. Church, Danielsonville,
Conn., July 4th, 1849.                                                  1849

Chinese slave trade--coolyism : Speech of Hon. John M. Coghlan, of
California, in the House of Representatives, March 16, 1872.           [1872]
Lincoln's "House divided" speech ; did it reflect a doctrine of class
struggle? : An address delivered before the Chicago Historical Society
on March 15, 1923.                                                     [c1923]

The Negro population of Kentucky at mid-century.                           1956
Tract on slavery.                                                          [1934]

Lexington during the Civil War.                                            1968

Mrs. Stowe, Kentucky and Uncle Tom's cabin.                                1946

Evidence against the views of the abolitionists : consisting of physical
and moral proofs, of the natural inferiority of the negroes.               1833
The "laws" of Kansas : speech of the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana
: in the House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.                          [1856?]
The "laws" of Kansas : speech of Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, in the
House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.                                   [1856]
Report of the Kansas Conference Committee : speech of Hon. Jacob
Collamer, of Vermont : delivered in the Senate of the United States,
April 27, 1858.                                                            [1858]

Speech of Hon. J. Collamer, of Vermont, on slavery in the territories :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 8, 1860.               [1860]

Speech of Hon. Jacob Collamer, of Vermont, on the Treasury note bill
: delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 12, 1862.       [1862]
Views of the minority : Mr. Collamer, from the Committee on
Territories, submitted the following as the views of the minority on the
Constitution of Kansas : adopted by the convention which met at
Lecompton on Monday, the 4th of September, 1857.                         [1857?]

Remarks on the subject of the ownership of slaves delivered by R.R.
Collier of Petersburg in the senate of Virginia, October 12, 1863.         1863




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Scinde and the Punjaub, the gems of India : in respect to their vast
and unparalleled capabilities of supplanting the slave states of
America in the cotton markets of the world, or, an appeal to the
English nation on behalf of the e great cotton interest,                   1858
Right and wrong amongst the abolitionists of the United States.            1841

The anti-slavery picknick : a collection of speeches, poems, dialogues
and songs ; intended for use in schools and anti-slavery meetings.     1842
Review of Rev. W.W. Eell's thanksgiving sermon.                        1851

Reminiscences.                                                             1891
Burrill Coleman, colored A tale of cotton fields.                          1896
Abolition a sedition.                                                      1839
Colonization and abolition contrasted.                                     [1839?]
The crisis of the country.                                                 [1840]
The Junius tracts.                                                         1844
The fugitive slave bill, or, God's laws paramount to the laws of men : a
sermon preached on Sunday, October 20, 1850.                               1850
The South : a letter from a friend in the North : with special reference
to the effects of disunion upon slavery.                                   1856
Report of the Christian mission to the United States army.                 [1862?]
The tables turned : a letter to the Congregational Association of New
York, reviewing the report of their committee on "The relation of the
American Tract Society to the subject of slavery"                          [1855?]
The history of slavery and means of elevating the African race : a
discourse delivered before the Vermont Colonization Society, at
Montpelier, Oct. 15, 1840.                                                 1840
Autobiography, memories and experiences of Moncure Daniel
Conway.                                                                    1904
Testimonies concerning slavery.                                            1865
The golden hour.                                                           1862
The rejected stone, or, Insurrection vs. resurrection in America.          1862

Speech of Mr. Cook, of Illinois, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri
: delivered in the House of Representatives ... February 4, 1820.          [1820]
A mite cast into the treasury, or, Observations on slavekeeping.           1772
A serious address to the rulers of America, on the inconsistency of
their conduct respecting slavery.                                          1783

Letter of Peter Cooper on slave emancipation : New York, Oct., 1863.       1863
The death of slavery.                                                      [1863?]
The attitude of the Society of Friends towards slavery.                    [1929]
A history of slavery and its abolition.                                    1839

Resposta á Sociedade anti-esclavista de Londres.                           1884
Hebrew and American slavery : a discourse.                                 1863
Free soil vs. slavery : speech of Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, against the
Compromise bill, delivered in the Senate of the United States,
Monday, July 24, 1848.                                                     1848
Speech of Hon. Thomas Corwin, of Ohio : in the House of
Representatives, January 23 and 24, 1860.                                  [1860]


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State of the Union : speech of Hon. Thomas Corwin, of Ohio,
delivered in the House of Representatives, January 21, 1861.               1861

Slavery in Kansas.                                                         [1902?]
Cosmopolitan ideas on the Union.                                           [1861?]

Discussão de lei de abolicao no Senado : Discurso proferido na
sessão de 12 de maio de 1888 pelo exm. sr. barao de Cotegipe.              1888
Twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of Colored Parkland.              c1934
Liberia, as I found it in 1858.                                            1858

Organization of the House : speech of Hon. L.M. Cox, of Kentucky, in
the House of Representatives, Dec. 16 & 17, 1855, on the election of
Speaker and the organization of the House of Representatives, and
on the principles of the National American Party.                          [1855]
Conciliation and nationality! : speech of Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio :
delivered in the House of Representatives, January 14, 1861.               [1861]
Emancipation and its results--is Ohio to be Africanized? : speech of
Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio : delivered in the House of representatives,
June 6, 1862.                                                              [1862]
The republic abroad : speech of Hon. S.S. Cox, of Ohio, delivered in
the House of Representatives, December 17, 1861.                           [1861]
Jefferson against Douglas : Speech of Hon. A.H. Cragin, of New
Hampshire, in the House of Representatives, August 4, 1856.                [1856]
The trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. : charged with publishing and
circulating seditious and incendiary papers, &c. in the District of
Columbia, with the intent of exciting servile insurrection : carefully
reported, and compiled from the written statements                         1836
Anti-slavery in Virginia : extracts from Thos. Jefferson, Gen.
Washington and others relative to the "blighting curse of slavery" :
debated on the "Nat Turner insurrection"                                   1865
Slavery in Texas : illegal aliens, seafood and coyotes.                    [1980]

Speech of Mr. J.W. Crisfield, of Maryland, on the power of Congress
to pass laws excluding slavery from the territories of the United States
: delivered in the House of Representatives, June 22, 1848.              1848
Kansas--the Lecompton constitution : speech of Hon. John J.
Crittenden, of Kentucky, in the Senate of the United States, March 17,
1858. [Corrected by himself].                                            1858

The Kansas conference bill : speech of Hon, J.J. Crittenden, of
Kentucky : delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 27, 1858.   [1858]
Miscegenation : the theory of the blending of the races, applied to the
American white man and negro.                                              1864
The Negro in American history : men and women eminent in the
evolution of the American of African descent.                              1914
Political opinions in 1776 and 1863 : a letter to a victim of arbitrary
arrests and "American bastiles".                                           1863

A letter addressed to the Liverpool society for promoting the abolition
of slavery : on the injurious effects of high prices of produce, and the
beneficial effects of low prices, on the condition of slaves.              1823


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A letter to Thomas Clarkson.                                            1833
The interests of the country and the prosperity of the West India
planters mutually secured by the immediate abolition of slavery : being
a review of the report of a select committee of the House of Commons
on the state of the West India colonies.                                1833

The present position of the seceded states, and the rights and duties
of the general government in respect to them : an address to the Phi
Beta Kappa society of Dartmouth college, July 19, 1865.                   1865
The gospel of the typical servitude : the substance of a sermon
preached in Greenfield, Jan. 1, 1834.                                     1835
The gospel of the Jubilee : an explanation of the typical privileges
secured to the congregation and pious strangers, by the atonement on
the morning of the Jubilee.                                               1856
The future of Africa : being addresses, sermons, etc., etc. : delivered
in the Republic of Liberia.                                               1862
Thoughts and sentiments on the evil and wicked traffic of the slavery
and commerce of the human species, humbly submitted to the
inhabitants of Great-Britain.                                             1787
Politics of the country : speech of Hon. Will. Cumback, of Indiana : in
the House of representatives, December 17, 1856.                          1857

Speech of Hon. Will: Cumback, of Indiana, on the affairs in Kansas :
delivered in the House of Representatives, March 7, 1856.                 1856
The African a trust from God to the American : a sermon delivered on
the day of national humiliation, fasting and prayer, in St. Peter's
Church, Baltimore, January 4, 1861.                                       1861
An apology for the American people : A reason and an apology for
American slavery. A duty.                                                 1879
Speech of J.L.M. Curry, of Alabama, on the election of speaker, and
the progress of anti-slaveryism : delivered in the House of
Representatives, December 10, 1859.                                       1859
The constitutional rights of the states. Speech of J.L.M. Curry, of
Alabama, in the House of representatives, March 14, 1860.                 [1860]
The southern states of the American Union : considered in their
relations to the Constitution of the United States and to the resulting
union.                                                                    1895, c1894

Observations on the Rev. Dr. Gannett's sermon, entitled "Relation of
the North to slavery" : republished from the editorial columns of the
Boston courier, of June 28th and 30th, and July 6th, 1854.                1854
The just supremacy of Congress over the territories.                      1859
The president : why he should be re-elected.                              1864

Speech delivered in Faneuil hall,--Boston, October 27, 1857 : also,
speech delivered in city hall,--Newburyport, October 31, 1857.            1857
An oration pronounced at Boston before the Colonization Society of
Massachusetts : on the anniversary of American independence, July
4, 1833.                                                                  1833
Speech of Hon. Caleb Cushing, in Norombega Hall, Bangor, October
2, 1860, before the democracy of Maine.                                   [1860]




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Speech of Mr. Cushing, of Massachusetts, on the right petition, as
connected with petitions for the abolition of slavery and the slave trade
in the District of Columbia : in the House of Representatives, January
25, 1836.                                                                 1836

Speech of Mr. Cuthbert, of Georgia, on the petition of the Society of
Friends of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, praying for the abolition of
slavery in the District of Columbia, in Senate, March 7, 1836.          1836
To the seeker after Christ.                                             [18--?]
Slavery, a public enemy : and ought therefore to be destroyed; a
nuisance that must be abated.                                           1862

The crisis--slavery or freedom : a discourse preached in Williston and
Hinesburgh, on Sundays, June 25th, and July 2d, 1854.                         1854
Influence of Christianity on government and slavery : a discourse,
delivered in the Baptist church, in West Boylston, Mass., January 15,
1837.                                                                         1837
A defence of Virginia, (and through her, of the South,) in recent and
pending contests against the sectional party.                                 1867
Altbabylonische Rechtsurkunden aus der Zeit der Hammurabi-
Dynastie.                                                                     1903
Her er ikke træl og fri : en fortælling om Abraham Lincoln og
negerslavernes frigørelse.                                                    [1902?]
Remarks of Richard H. Dana, jr., esq. before the Committee on
federal relations, on the proposed removal of Edward G. Loring, esq.
from the office of judge of probate : March 5, 1855.                          1855
Richard Henry Dana, jr. ... speeches in stirring times, and letters to a
son.                                                                          1910
Slavery and the war : a historical essay.                                     1863

Desultory remarks on the question of extending slavery into Missouri :
as enunciated during the first session of the sixteenth Congress.             1856
Sunlight upon the landscape, and other poems.                                 1853
The evils of disunion : a discourse delivered on Thanksgiving day,
December 12, 1850.                                                            1850
A plea for the country against the sections : speech of Hon. Henry
Winter Davis, of Maryland, delivered in the House of representatives
of the United States, on the 7th of August, 1856.                             1856
Reply of Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, to the speech of
Senator Douglas, in the U.S. Senate, May 16 and 17, 1860.                     [1860]

Relations of states : speech of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, of
Mississippi : delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 7th,
1860, on the resolutions submitted by him on 1st of March, 1860.               1860
Speech of Hon. Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, on his resolutions
relative to the rights of property in the territories, etc. : delivered in the
Senate of the United States, May 7, 1860.                                      [1860]
Speech of Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, on the subject of slavery in the
territories : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 13
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Southern claims : speech of Hon. Joseph J. Davis, of North Carolina,
in the United States House of Representatives, Wednesday, May 29,
1878.                                                                       [1878?]

The West Indies, before and since slave emancipation : comprising
the Windward and Leeward Islands' military command : founded on
notes and observations collected during a three years' residence.           1854
The new dogma of the South--"Slavery a blessing" : speech of Hon.
Henry L. Dawes, of Mass. : delivered in the House of Representatives,
April 12, 1860.                                                             [1860?]
An appeal on behalf of the Oberlin Institute : in aid of the abolition of
slavery in the United States of America.                                    [1840]
The dangers of our country, and the means of averting them : a
discourse, delivered in Marlborough, Mass., on the day of the annual
state fast, April 7, 1842.                                                  1842

The Democratic Party as it was and as it is! : speech of Hon. Timothy
C. Day, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, April 23, 1856.         [1856]
Fifteen months in Dixie, or, My personal experience in rebel prisons :
a story of the hardships, privations and sufferings of the "Boys in Blue"
during the War of the Rebellion.                                          1889
Speech of Mr. Dayton, of New Jersey, on the territorial question :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 22, 1850.             1850

A discourse on the true nature of freedom and slavery : delivered
before the Washington society of the New Jerusalem, in view of the
one hundred and eighteenth anniversary of Washington's birth.               1850

Some views of freedom and slavery in the light of the New Jerusalem. 1851
Slavery in history.                                                  1860

State of the Union.                                                         [1861]
Secession of South Carolina Speech of Hon. D. C. De Jarnette, of
Virginia, in the House of representatives, January 10, 1861.                [1861]
The Methodist Episcopal Church and slavery : a historical survey of
the relation of the early Methodists to slavery.                            1857
The emancipation proclamation and arbitrary arrests : speech of Hon.
Gilbert Dean, of New York, on the governor's annual message,
delivered in the House of assembly of the state of New York, February
12, 1863.                                                                   1863
Letter to Governor Wright, of Indiana: upon the connexion [sic] of the
Methodist Episcopal Church with the subject of slavery.                     [185-?]

A discourse delivered before the African Society, at their meeting-
house, in Boston, Mass. on the abolition of the slave trade by the
government of the United States of America, July 14, 1819.                  1819

An appeal for the Constitution : theory and practice of the government. 1862
Liberty defended : Fourth of July : to the patriotic citizens of Pompton
Plains, the oration ... is most respectfully dedicated by the speaker,
Isaac S. Demund.                                                         1851
Garrison in heaven : a dream.                                            1882


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La guerre américaine : son origine et ses vraies causes : Lecture
publique faite à l'Institut-canadien, le 14 décembre 1864.               1865
A letter to the Hon. Samuel A. Eliot, Representative in Congress from
the city of Boston : in reply to his apology for voting for the Fugitive
slave bill.                                                              1851
Our national condition, and its remedy : a sermon, preached in the
Pine Street Church, Boston, on Sunday, June 22, 1856.                    1856

What answer? : [a novel].                                                  1868
Sectional agitation : remarks of Hon. D.S. Dickinson, of New York, in
the Senate of the United States, Jan. 17, 1850, upon Mr. Clemen's
resolutions calling for the instructions of the President concerning
California : with a sketch of the debate on that d                         [1850]
The duty of loyal men : speech of Daniel S. Dickinson, at the Union
meeting in New York, Wed., Oct. 9, 1862 : Seymour democracy
dissected.                                                                 [1862?]
A sermon : delivered in the Second Congregational Church, Norwich,
on the fourth of July, 1834.                                               1834
Slavery : the nation's crime and danger : a sermon, preached in the
Congregational church, Foxborough, Mass. Sept. 30, 1860.                   1860
John Ashton : a story of the war between the states.                       1896
Remarks on certain topics connected with the general subject of
slavery.                                                                   1845
Brief considerations on slavery, and the expediency of its abolition :
with some hints on the means whereby it may be gradually effected :
recommended to the serious attention of all, and especially of those
entrusted with the powers of legislation.                                  1773
Speech of Hon. John A. Dix, of New York, on the three million bill
Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 1, 1847.               1847
The fall of a nation.                                                      1916
The southerner : a romance of the real Lincoln.                            1913

The Bible against slavery : a vindication of the sacred scriptures
against the charge of authorizing slavery : a reply to Bishop Hopkins.     1864
The days of the cotton kingdom : Part 1: The cotton kingdom.               [1926]
Influence of the war on our national prosperity : a lecture delivered in
Baltimore, Md. ... March 13th, 1865.                                       1865
Two discourses on the subject of slavery.                                  1835
John Brown at Harper's Ferry and Charlestown : a lecture.                  1921

Speech of Hon. J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin : on homesteads for white
men in the temperate zone--homesteads for black men in the tropics--
white immigration to and black emigration from the United States--a
continental policy, embracing all climes and race                     1862
The Calhoun revolution: its basis and its progress : speech of Hon.
J.R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin : delivered in the United States Senate,
January 3, 1860.                                                      [1860]

The union Kansas and the Lecompton Constitution : speech of James
R. Doolittle, in the Senate of the United States, March 4 and 8, 1858. [1858]




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Speech of the Hon. James R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, on the bill to
organize the territory of Arizuma : delivered in the Senate of the United
States, December 27, 1860.                                                  [1861?]
A colored man round the world.                                              1858
Objections to the act of Congress commonly called the Fugitive slave
law answered : in a letter to Hon. Washington Hunt, governor elect of
the state of New York.                                                      1850
Speech of Senator S.A. Douglas, on the invasion of states : and his
reply to Mr. Fessenden : delivered in the Senate of the United States,
January 23, 1860.                                                           1860
Issues for 1860 : the dividing line between federal and local authority :
popular sovereignty in the territories.                                     [1860?]
Kansas-Lecompton convention : speech of Senator Douglas, of
Illinois, on the President's message : delivered in the Senate of the
United States, December 9, 1857.                                            1857
Letter of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas : in explanation of the Nebraska
and Kansas territorial bill.                                                1854
Remarks of Senator Douglas, of Illinois, in reply to Senator Collamer,
on Kansas territorial affairs delivered in the Senate of the United
States, April 4, 1856.                                                      1856
Speech of Hon. S.A. Douglas, of Illinois, in the Senate, January 30,
1854 : on the Nebraska Territory.                                           1854

Speech of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, on the "measures of adjustment"
: delivered in the City Hall, Chicago, October 23, 1850.           1851

Speech of Senator Douglas : before the legislature of Illinois, April 25,
1861, in compliance with a joint resolution of the two Houses.            [1861]

Speech of Senator Douglas, of Illinois : on the Kansas- Lecompton
constitution, and the report of the Committee of Conference.           [1858?]
Speech of Senator S.A. Douglas : on the invasion of states, and his
reply to Mr. Fessenden : delivered in the Senate of the United States,
January 23, 1860.                                                      [1860]

State of the Union : speeches of Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois,
in the Senate of the United States, March 15, 25, and 26, 1861.             [1861?]
The Nebraska question : comprising speeches in the United States
Senate.                                                                     1854
The anti-slavery movement : a lecture by Frederick Douglass, before
the Rochester ladies' anti-slavery society.                                 1855
Anti-fugitive slave law meeting.                                            [1851]
Lectures on American slavery.                                               1851
My bondage and my freedom.                                                  1855
Oration delivered in Corinthian Hall, Rochester.                            1852
Sclaverei und Freiheit : autobiographie.                                    1860

Speech of the Hon. Solomon W. Downs, of Louisiana, on the
resolution submitted by Mr. Foote, of Mississippi : declaring the
compromise measures a definitive adjustment of the agitating
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Hints on emigration to Upper Canada : especially addressed to the
middle and lower classes in Great Britain and Ireland.                      1832
The war of slavery upon the Constitution : address of Charles D.
Drake, on the anniversary of the Constitution, delivered in the City of
Saint Louis, Sept. 17, 1862.                                                [1862?]
Dr. Daniel Drake's Letters on slavery to Dr. John C. Warren, of Boston
: Reprinted from the National intelligencer, Washington, April 3, 5 and
7, 1851.                                                                    1940
Narrative of the arrest, lynch law trial, and scourging of Amos Dresser
: at Nashville, Tennessee, August, 1835.                                    1849
Narrative.                                                                  [1849]
The Bible against war.                                                      1849
The narrative of Amos Dresser : with Stone's letters from Natchez, an
obituary notice of the writer, and two letters from Tallahassee, relating
to the treatment of slaves.                                                 1836
Choses coloniales : Guadeloup : Août 1845.                                  1846
The Southampton insurrection.                                               1900
Bible view of slavery, by John H. Hopkins, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese
of Vermont, examined.                                                       1863
A select bibliography of the Negro American : A compilation made
under the direction of Atlanta university ; together with the proceedings
of the tenth Conference for the study of the Negro problems, held at
Atlanta university, on May 30, 1905.                                        1905
Sermon[s] on American slavery : its nature, and the duties of
christians in relation to it.                                               1840
Reminiscences of General Basil W. Duke.                                     1911
L'esclavage chez les musulmans et aux États-Unis d'Amérique.                1863
Remarks of Mr. Duncan, of Ohio, on the right of petition : delivered in
the House of Representatives, January 6, 1844.                              1844
A treatise on slavery : in which is shown forth the evil of slaveholding,
both from the light of nature and divine revelation.                        1840
Treatise on slavery : in which is shown forth the evil of slave holding,
both from the light of nature and divine revelation.                        1824

Slavery in California after 1848.                                           1906
Indiana : a redemption from slavery.                                        [c1888]
Democracy versus Know-nothingism and Republicanism : Letter from
Dunne, to Jones & Given.                                                    1858
Providential design of the slavery agitation : a sermon preached to the
congregational church of Gloversville on the national fast day, January
4th, 1861.                                                                  1861
A abolicão (esboco historico) 1831-1888.                                    1918

An oration, spoken before "The Connecticut Society, for the Promotion
of Freedom and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage" :
convened in Hartford, on the 8th day of May, A.D. 1794.               1794

The adder's den, or, Secrets of the great conspiracy to overthrow
liberty in America : depravity of slavery : two presidents secretly
assassinated by poison : unsuccessful attempts to murder three
others : the evidence conclusive, and the facts establishe                  1864
The rights of self-defense.                                                 [18--?]


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The curse of Canaan rightly interpreted and kindred topics : three
lectures delivered in the Reformed Dutch Church, Easton, Pa. January
and February, 1862.                                                     1862
America yesterday and to-day : The United States prior to the rebellion
; and the prospects of reconstruction of the South.                     [1869?]
Slavery doomed ; or, The contest between free and slave labour in the
United States.                                                          1860

The relations of the federal government of slavery : speech of Joseph
K. Edgerton : delivered at Fort Wayne, Ind., October 30th, 1860.      1861

The irrepressible conflict : speech of Hon. Sidney Edgerton, of Ohio :
delivered in the House of Representatives, February 29, 1860.                   [1860]
A history of the separation in Indiana Yearly meeting of Friends :
which took place in the winter of 1842 and 1843, on the anti-slavery
question : containing a brief account of the rise, spread, and final
adoption by the Society, of its testimony against                               1856
Inquiry into the state of slavery in the early and middle ages of the
Christian era.                                                                  1836
Writings of Professor B.B. Edwards : with a memoir.                             1853

The injustice and impolicy of the slave trade, and of the slavery of the
Africans : illustrated in a sermon preached before the Connecticut
Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and for the Relief of Persons
Unlawfully Holden in Bondage, at their annual m                                 1833
Human leglisation void, when it conflicts with the law of God : a
discourse, delivered in the Congregational church, Madison, O.,
August 31, 1856.                                                                1856
The Rev. Dr. M.J. Raphall's Bible view of slavery reviewed by the Rev.
D. Einhorn, D.D.                                                                1861
Debt and resources of the United States : and the effect of secession
upon the trade and industry of the loyal states.                                1863
The territorial slave policy : the Republican party ; what the North has
to do with slavery. Speech of Hon. Thomas D. Eliot, of Mass.
Delivered in the House of Representatives, Apr. 25, 1860.                       [1860]
Emancipation in Missouri : A discourse delivered in the Church of the
Messiah, St. Louis, July 5, 1863.                                               1863
Development of the free soil idea in the United States.                         [1889]
The Bible and slavery : in which the Abrahamic and Mosaic discipline
is considered in connection with the most ancient forms of slavery :
and the Pauline code of slavery as related to Roman slavery and the
discipline of the Apostolic churches.                                           1859
Sinfulness of American slavery : proved from its evil sources, its
wrongs, its contrariety to many scriptural commands, prohibitions, and
principles, and to the Christian spirit, and from its evil effects : together
with observations on emancipation, and                                          1851
Cotton is king, and pro-slavery arguments : comprising the writings of
Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and
Cartwright, on this important subject.                                          1860
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A sermon on the operations of Divine Providence : as seen in the
abolition of slavery, and in the enactment and ratification of the
fifteenth amendment to the federal Constitution. Preached at Joy
street church, April 10, 1870.                                              1870

"The preservation of the states united" : a discourse delivered in
Harvard church, Charlestown, on Thanksgiving day, Nov. 29, 1860.            1860
Slavery and secession in America : historical and economical.               [1861]
Tha ole watah mill deserted by man and doomed to silence and decay
: and, Mellissy and tha chillens : as told by Josiah ; The black woman's
burden, 1840-1865 ; A story of human slavery in Kentucky ; A veneere
of fiction, a density of fact.                                              1903
Letters of the late Bishop England to the Hon. John Forsyth on the
subject of domestic slavery : to which are prefixed copies, in Latin and
English, of the Pope's apostolic letter concerning the African slave
trade : with some introductory remarks, etc.                                1844
Gen. Jackson's negro speculations, and his traffic in human flesh,
examined and established by positive proof.                                 [1828]
Rebellion and recognition Slavery, sovereignty, secession, and
recognition considered.                                                     1863
A brief notice of American slavery, and the abolition movement.             [1853]
Nebraska and Kansas : speech of Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee,
in the House of Representatives, May 17, 1854.                              [1854]
Speech of Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee, delivered in the House
of representatives, April 2, 1860.                                          [1860]

State of the Union : speech of Hon. Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee
: delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan. 23, 1861.                 1861
South Carolina and Massachusetts : speech of Hon. J.J. Evans, of
South Carolina, in reply to Mr. Sumner of Massachusetts : delivered in
the Senate of the United States, June 23, 1856.                             1856
Speech of Hon. Lemuel D. Evans, of Texas, on the stability of
American institutions : delivered in the House of Representatives,
February 4, 1857.                                                           1857
The questions of the day : an address, delivered in the Academy of
Music in New York, on the fourth of July, 1861.                             1861
Address by Hon. Edward Everett : delivered in Faneuil Hall, October
19, 1864 : the duty of supporting the government in the present crisis
of affairs.                                                                 [1864?]
Address of Honorable Edward Everett.                                        [1853?]
Address of the Hon. Edward Everett at the anniversary of the
American colonization society, January 18, 1853.                            [1853]
An address delivered at the inauguration of the Union club, 9 April,
1863.                                                                       1863
Speech of Mr. Everett, of Massachusetts, delivered in the Senate of
the United States, Feb. 8, 1854 : on the Nebraska and Kansas
territorial bill.                                                           1854
Inorganic forces ordained to supersede human slavery.                       1860
Legal and historical status of the Dred Scott decision : a history of the
case and an examination of the opinion delivered by the Supreme
court of the United States, March 6, 1857.                                  1909




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Northern rebellion and southern secession.                                  1904
Speech of the Hon. Thomas Ewing, at Chillicothe, Ohio, before a
Republican mass meeting, September 29th, 1860.                              1860
La guerre civile en Amérique et l'esclavage.                                1861
Southern war songs : camp-fire, patriotic and sentimental.                  1890, c1889
Nebraska and Kansas : speech of Hon. E.W. Farley, of Maine, in the
House of Representatives, May 10, 1854.                                     [1854]
Speech of Hon. J.F. Farnsworth, of Illinois, delivered in the House of
Representatives, December 23, 1859.                                         [1859]
Dissolution of the union, and its inevitable results : unless national
prayers are offered up to the Supreme Ruler of the universe, and
eminent divines again invoke the aid of Heaven to preserve the union
unimpaired to the latest posterity.                                         1860
The status of Georgia : letter to Hon. John B. Dickey, senator forty-
first senatorial district, upon the status of Georgia.                      1869
Faulkner's history of the revolution in the southern states : including
the special messages of President Buchanan : the ordinance of
secession of the six withdrawing states and etc.                            1861
A compassionate address to the Christian negroes in Virginia, and
other British colonies in North-America : with an appendix, containing
some account of the rise and progress of Christianity among that poor
people.                                                                     1756
Die sklavenmacht : Blicke in die geschichte der Vereinigten Staaten
von Amerika : zur erklärung der rebellion von 1860-65.                      1865
John Brown's men : the lives of those killed at Harpers Ferry, with a
supplementary bibliography of John Brown.                                   1899
The color question : a letter written for the sixtieth annual meeting of
the American Colonization Society, Washington, D.C., January 16,
1877.                                                                       1877
The Shenandoah, or, The last Confederate cruiser.                           1867
The negro's place in nature : a paper read before the London
anthropological society.                                                    1864

Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia : on invasion of states.          [1860]
The territorial question : speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, in
the Senate of the United States, March 25, 1850.                            [1850]
Speech of Hon. R.M.T. Hunter, of Virginia, on the admission of the
state of Kansas : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March
12, 1856.                                                                   Unknown
The law of freedom and bondage in the United States.                        1858-1862
The question : is slavery a condition supported by law in the territories
of the United States? in an extract from the second volume of "The
law of freedom and bondage in the United States" : in press, March,
1861.                                                                       [1861]
Topics of jurisprudence connected with conditions of freedom and
bondage.                                                                    1856
A treatise on the right of personal liberty, and on the writ of habeas
corpus and the practice connected with it : with a view of the law of
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Speech of Hon. R. Hutcheson, of Madison County, delivered in the
House of Representatives, March 12, 1860 : the tendency of the
principles and teachings of the Republican Party : disunion,
insurrection and Negro equality.                                           1860
Freedom v. slavery : speech of John Hutchins, of Ohio : delivered in
the U.S. House of Representatives, May 2, 1860.                            [1860]

Speech of Hon. John Hutchins, of Ohio, on the bill for the release of
certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia :
delivered in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1862.                 1862
Thoughts on the abolition of slavery : humbly submitted in a letter to
the King.                                                                  1824
Report of the third anniversary of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society : held
in Granville, Licking County, Ohio, on the 30th of May, 1838.              1838
Two lectures on the subjects of slavery and abolition : compiled for the
special use of anti-slavery lectures and debates : and intended for
public reading.                                                            1838

Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against Democratic
principles, as well as against the national union : illustrated in the
speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo
Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan Legislature, an                         1862
The great questions of the times : exemplified in the antagonistic
principles involved in the slaveholders' rebellion against democratic
institutions as well as against the national Union : as set forth in the
speech of the Hon. Lorenzo Sherwood, delivere                            1862

Origin and objects of the slaveholders' conspiracy against democratic
principles, as well as against the national Union : illustrated in the
speeches of Andrew Jackson Hamilton, in the statements of Lorenzo
Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan Legislature, an                       [1862]

Words for the people Part I, Civil government. Part II, Government of
the United States. Part III, Social duties : in three parts.               1865
Union, disunion, and reunion : a letter to General Franklin Pierce, ex-
president of the United States.                                            1862
The future of the North-west in connection with the scheme of
reconstruction without New England.                                        1863

The policy of emancipation : in three letters to the Secretary of War,
the President of the United States, and the Secretary of the Treasury. 1863
Slaverispörgsmaalet.                                                   1878

The nail hit on the head, or, The two Jonathans agreeing to settle the
slave question with or without more fighting, as the South pleases.        1862
Two little Confederates.                                                   1888

Clouds in the nation's sky : a discourse, delivered before the churches
of North Adams, at a union service held in the Baptist Church, on the
day of the annual state Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, 1858.                    1858
A collection of facts in regard to Liberia.                             1839




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The relations of slavery to the war, and the position of the clergy at the
present time. Three discourses, preached at Watertown, N.Y.                  1861
The true story of the barons of the South, or, The rationale of the
American conflict.                                                           1862
Address to the people of Beaufort and Colleton districts, upon the
subject of abolition.                                                        [1838]
Considerations on the use of the productions of slavery : addressed to
the Religious society of Friends.                                            1845
Slavery, inconsistent with justice and good policy : proved by a speech
delivered in the convention held at Danville, Kentucky.                      1793
Lectures on slavery : delivered in the North Presbyterian Church,
Chicago.                                                                     1860
Lectures on slavery delivered in the First Presbyterian Church
Cincinnati, July first and third, 1845.                                      1845
Ten letters on the subject of slavery : addressed to the delegates from
the Congregational Associations to the last General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church.                                                         1855
Anti-slavery memoranda.                                                      [1860?]
Obedience to human law considered in the light of divine truth : a
discourse delivered in the First Baptist meeting house, Lawrence,
Mass. July 4, 1852.                                                          1852

The Union, the Constitution, and slavery.                               1864
Speech of Hon. W.A. Richardson, of Illinois : delivered in the House of
Representatives, May 19, 1862.                                          [1862]

The slave in Canada.                                                         1920

On the Codrington Estates : a letter to the Most Reverend William,
Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, president of the Society for the
Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts on the connection of that
institution with Codrington College, in the island of B                      1830
The debates in Parliament, session 1833, on the resolutions and bill
for the abolition of slavery in the British colonies : with a copy of the
act of Parliament                                                            1834

Substance of the debate in the House of Commons on the 15th May,
1823, on a motion for the mitigation and gradual abolition of slavery
throughout the British dominions : with a preface and appendixes
containing facts and reasonings illustrative of colonia                      1823
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade ... on ...
April 18 and 19, 1791. Second edition                                        1792
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade ... on
Monday the second of April, 1792                                             1792

The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, in the
House of Commons on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791                1791
Minutes of the evidence taken at the bar of the House of Lords, upon
the order made for taking into consideration the present state of the
trade to Africa, and particularly the trade in slaves; and also ... the
nature, extent, and importance of the sugar,                                 1792


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Extracts from the code rural of Hayti                                      [1826]

Second appeal from the Dublin Ladies' Association, auxiliary to the
Hibernian Anti-Slavery Society...to the females of Ireland                 [1837]
An act for the better order and government of slaves; and for other
purposes                                                                   1801

The consolidated slave law, passed the 22d December, 1826,
commencing on the 1st May, 1827 : with a commentary (shewing the
difference between the new law and the repealed enactments),
marginal notes, and a copious index- 2d ed., carefully compared with t 1827

The proceedings of the governor and Assembly of Jamaica, in regard
to the maroon negroes. To which is prefixed, an introductory account,
containing observations on the disposition, character, manners, and
habits of life, of the maroons, and a detail of th                    1796

Two reports ... from the committee ... appointed to examine into, and
report to the House, the allegations and charges ... on the subject of
the slave-trade, and the treatment of negroes, &c. &c. &c                  1789

An address from the Liverpool Society for the Abolition of Slavery, on
the safest and most efficacious means of promoting the gradual
improvement of the Negro slaves in the British West-India islands :
preparatory to their becoming free labourers, and on                       1824

Declaration of the objects of the Liverpool Society for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery : 25th March 1823                                     [1823?]
Report of the committee of the Manchester Society for the
Furtherance of the Gradual Abolition of Slavery and the Amelioration
of the Condition of Slaves in the British Colonies                         1827
An anti-slavery manual, being an examination, in the light of the Bible,
and of facts, into the moral and social wrongs of American slavery,
with a remedy for the evil.                                                1848
Non-fellowship with slaveholders the duty of Christians.                   1851
The sinfulness of slaveholding shown by appeals to reason and
Scripture.                                                                 1851
Appel en faveur des noirs émancipés dans les États Unis.                   1865
An appeal to females of the North, on the subject of slavery.              1838
Position of parties and abuses of power : speech of Reuben E.
Fenton, of New York : delivered in the House of representatives,
February 16, 1860.                                                         [1860]
Designs of the slave power : speech of Hon. Reuben E. Fenton, of
New York : delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, February
24, 1858.                                                                  1858
Address on the history, authority and influence of slavery delivered in
the 1st Presybterian Church, Nashville, Tenn., 21st of November
1830.                                                                      1850
Breves apuntes sobre las cuestiones mas importantes de la isla de
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Enough of war! : The question of slavery conclusively and
satisfactorily solved, as regards humanity at large and the permanent
interests of present owners.                                               1864
Los negros en sus diversos estados y condiciones : tales como son,
como se supone que son, y como deben ser.                                  1864
Speech of Hon. W.P. Fessenden, of Maine, on the issue of United
States notes : delivered in the Senate of the United States, February
12, 1862.                                                                  [1862?]
Speech of Mr. Fessenden, of Maine : on the message of the President
transmitting the Lecompton constitution : delivered in the United
States Senate, February 8, 1858.                                           [1858]
Speech of W.P. Fessenden, of Maine, against the repeal of the
Missouri prohibition, north of 36ê30â : delivered in the Senate of the
United States, March 3, 1854, on the bill to establish territorial
governments in Nebraska and Kansas.                                        [1854]
The danger of throwing the election of president into Congress :
speech of David Dudley Field, delivered at Philadelphia, August 20,
1860.                                                                      [1860?]
Mr. Fillmore's views relating to slavery : the suppressed portion of the
third annual message to Congress, December 6, 1852.                        [1907]
Fremont, the conservative candidate : correspondence between Hon.
Hamilton Fish, U.S. Senator from New York, and Hon. James A.
Hamilton, son of Alexander Hamilton.                                       [1856]
The Grim chieftain of Kansas, and other free-state men in their
struggles against slavery : some political seances, incidents, inside
political views and movements in their career.                             1885
Lecture on the North and the South : delivered before the Young
Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16,
1849.                                                                      1849
The church, the ministry, and slavery : a discourse, delivered at
Rutland, Mass., July 14, 1850.                                             [1850]

The olive branch : remarks of Hon. George P. Fisher, of Delaware :
delivered in the House of Representatives, March 11, 1862.                 [1862]
Concessions and compromises.                                               [1860]
The Spanish West Indies : Cuba and Porto Rico : geographical,
political, and industrial.                                                 1861
Kanzas and the Constitution.                                               1856
The law of the territories.                                                1859
The trial of the Constitution.                                             1862
The Negro's memorial, or, Abolitionist's catechism.                        1825
The Negro's memorial, or, Abolitionist's catechism.                        1825
The bulwark of freedom : an oration delivered at the Universalist
church, in the city of Charleston, S.C., June 28, 1836, on the
anniversary o the glorious victory at Fort Moultrie, June 28, 1776.        1836
Substance of an address delivered before the Middletown
Colonization Society, at their annual meeting, July 4, 1835.               1835
Slaveholding weighed in the balance of truth, and its comparative guilt
illustrated.                                                               1837
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Slaveholding weighed in the balance of truth and its comparative guilt
illustrated.                                                           1837

The slave question : speech of Hon. Graham N. Fitch, of Indiana, in
the House of Representatives, February 14, 1850 : in Committee of
the Whole on the state of the Union, on the resolution referring the
president's message to the various standing committe                      [1850]

Chickamauga, the price of Chattanooga : a description of the strategic
plans, marches, and battles of the campaign of Chattanooga.            1864
A scriptual view of slavery and abolition.                             1839
Slavery justified].                                                    1850

Studies on slavery in easy lessons : compiled into eight studies, and
subdivided into short lessons for the convenience of readers.             1852
The question, "How far is slavery prohibited by the Christian religion
and the Holy Scriptures?" impartially examined.                           1828
An essay on the origin, habits, &c. of the African race : incidental to
the propriety of having nothing to do with Negroes : addressed to the
good people of the United States.                                         1835
A reply to a pamphlet, entitled "Bondage, a moral institution,
sanctioned by the Scriptures and the Saviour, &c., &c." so far as it
attacks the principles of expulsion : with no defence, however, of
abolitionism.                                                             1838
The liberty cap.                                                          1846
The life of Charles Follen.                                               1844
To mothers in the free states.                                            [1855]

A escravidão, o clero e o abolicionismo, por L. Anselmo da Fonseca.       1887

American women responsible for the existence of American slavery :
a conversation between an anti-slavery lecturer and a lady.               1846

Rev. Theobald Mathew : Remarks of Hon. H.S. Foote, of Mississippi
in the Senate, December 10, 1849, on the resolution to permit the
Rev. Theobald Mathew to sit within the bar of the Senate.                1849.
California, territorial governments, &c. : remarks of Hon. Mr. Foote, of
Mississippi, on the plan of adjusting the questions growing out of
slavery, reported from the special committee of the Senate : delivered
in the Senate May 15, 16, and 20, 1850.                                  [1850]
The Christian martyrs, or, The conditions of obedience to the civil
government : a discourse.                                                1851

The Western Sanitary Commission : a sketch of its origin, history,
labors for the sick and wounded of the western armies, and aid given
to freedmen and Union refugees, with incidents of hospital life.       1864
Oration delivered at the Democratic Republican celebration of the
sixty-second anniversary of the independence of the United States : in
the city of New-York, fourth July, 1838.                               1838
Speech of Mr. W.E. Forster, M.P., on the slaveholders' rebellion : and
Professor Goldwin Smith's letter on the morality of the Emancipation
proclamation.                                                          1863


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Address to the people of Georgia.                                          [1840]
Letters of Hon. John Forsyth ... to Wm. F. Samford, esq., in defence
of Stephen A. Douglas.                                                     1859
Speech of Hon. John Forsyth : on the Senatorial question, in the
House of representatives of the Alabama legislature, November 29,
1859.                                                                      [1859]
An address delivered before the Ladies' Anti-slavery Society of
Philadelphia, on the evening of the 14th of April, 1836.                   1836
Facts for Baptist churches.                                                1850
A journal of the captivity and sufferings of John Foss, several years a
prisoner at Algiers : together with some account of the treatment of
Christian slaves when sick, and observations on the manners and
customs of the Algerines.                                                  [1798]
Our nation's sins and the Christian's duty : a fast day discourse.         1851
The rights of the pulpit, and Perils of freedom : two discourses
preached in Lowell, Sunday, June 25th, 1854.                               1854
The rights of white men vindicated : speech of Hon. Stephen C.
Foster, of Maine : delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives,
March 10, 1858.                                                            [1858]

Letter to Nathaniel Barney and Peter Masy [sic] of Nantuckut [sic].        [1843?]

Revolution the only remedy for slavery.                                    [1855]
The brotherhood of thieves, or, A true picture of the American church
and clergy : a letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket.                   1844
Denkwurdigkeiten aus der Neuen welt : Ein beitrag zum 400jahrigen
jubilaum der entdeckung Amerikas.                                          [1890-1891]
Denkwurdigkeiten aus der Neuen welt : Ein beitrag zum 400jahrigen
jubilaum der entdeckung Amerikas.                                          [1890-1891]
Les sentimens dv ievne Pline svr la poesie : Tirez de quelquesvnes de
ses lettres.                                                               1661

Slavery in California and New Mexico : speech of Mr. Orin Fowler, of
Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, March 11, 1850 : in
Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, on the President's
message communicating the Constitution of Califor                          [1850]
Autobiographical sketch of Capt. S.W. Fowler : late of the 6th Mich.
Inft'y. : together with an appendix containing his speeches on the state
of the Union, "Reconstruction," etc. also his report on the "Soldiers'
voting bill" made in the Michigan Senate,                                  1877
Record of the service of the Fifty-fifth regiment of Massachusetts
volunteer infantry.                                                        1868
The American Colonization Society, 1817-1840.                              1919
Gospel family-order, being a short discourse concerning the ordering
of families, both of whites, blacks and Indians.                           1701
A defence of the decree of the National Convention of France : for
emancipating the slaves in the West Indies.                                [1794?]

Patriotism, a Christian virtue : a sermon preached by the Rev. Joseph
Fransioli, at St. Peter's (Catholic) church, Brooklyn, July 26th, 1863. [1863]
A letter to John Bull : to which is added the sketch of a plan for the
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Yaradee : a plea for Africa, in familiar conversations on the subject of
slavery and colonization.                                                   1836

A plea for Africa : being familiar conversations on the subject of
slavery and colonization : originally published under the title "Yaradee"   1838
God in our national affairs : a sermon delivered in Trinity Chapel,
Neponset, Sabbath morning, April 16, 1865.                                  1865
The story of the guard : a chronicle of the war.                            1863
Isla de Cuba Refutacion de varios articulos concernientes a ese pais
publicados en el Diario de Barcelona en los meses de junio y julio
1859.                                                                       1859
Remarks on the Constitution.                                                1836
The Maryland scheme of expatriation examined.                               1834
The rebellion in the United States, or, The war of 1861 : being a
complete history of its rise and progress, commencing with the
presidential election ....                                                  [c1862]
Quaker marriages, births, deaths, slaves, Nine Partners M.M.,
Dutchess Co., N.Y.                                                          [191-]
Significance of the struggle between liberty and slavery in America : a
discourse.                                                                  1857
The last signs : a sermon preached at the Unitarian Church in Jersey
City, on Sunday morning, June 1, 1856.                                      1856

Colonization.                                                               [1855]
The new commandment : a discourse delivered in the North church,
Salem, on Sunday, June 4, 1854.                                             1854
...Our country and slavery A friendly word to the Rev. Francis L
Hawks and other northern clergymen.                                         1861
Our cruise on the Confederate States' war steamer Alabama : the
private journal of an officer.                                              [1863?]
Address before the American colonization society : delivered at
Washington, D.C., January 21, 1851.                                         1851
Domestic slavery considered as a Scriptural institution : in a
correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller of Beaufort, S.C.,
and the Rev. Francis Wayland, of Providence, R.I.                           1845
Domestic slavery considered as a scriptural institution : in a
correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller of Beaufort, S.C.
and the Rev. Francis Wayland of Providence, R.I.                            1847
Our duty to the African race An address delivered at Washington, D.
C., January 21, 1851.                                                       1851
The dual revolutions : anti-slavery and pro-slavery.                        1862
Rev. Dr. Richard Furman's exposition of the views of the Baptists,
relative to the coloured population of the United States, in a
communication to the governor of South-Carolina.                            1823
An address delivered before a meeting of the members and friends of
the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society during the annual fair
December 19, 1849.                                                          1850

Put up thy sword : a discourse delivered before Theodore Parker's
society, at the Music hall, Boston, Sunday, March 11, 1860.                 1860




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The moving power : a discourse delivered in the First Congregational
Unitarian church in Philadelphia, Sunday morning, Feb. 9, 1851, after
the occurrence of a fugitive slave case.                                     1851
A discourse delivered on the occasion of the national Fast, September
26th, 18613 : in the First Congregational Unitarian Church in
Philadelphia.                                                                1861
A discourse occasioned by the Boston fugitive slave case : delivered
in the First Congregational Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, April 13,
1851.                                                                        1851
Prison life during the rebellion : Being a brief narrative of the miseries
and sufferings of six hundred Confederate prisoners sent from Fort
Delaware to Morris' Island to be punished.                                   1869

Anti-slavery movement in Columbiana County.                                  1921

Ohio's fugitive slave law.                                                   1925

Thomas Jefferson's views on slavery.                                  1925
Peace with Mexico.                                                    1847
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. S. Galloway, of Ohio, in
the House of Representatives, March 17, 1856 : on the resolution
reported by the Committee of Elections in the contested election case
from the territory of Kansas.                                         [1856]

Relation of the North to slavery : a discourse preached in the Federal
Street Meetinghouse, in Boston, on Sunday, June 11, 1854.                    1854
The state of the country : a discourse preached in the Federal Street
Meetinghouse in Boston, Sunday, June 8, 1856.                                1856
Bible slaveholding not sinful : a reply to "Slaveholding not sinful, by
Samuel B. Howe [i.e. How], D.D."                                             1856
The great issue, or, The three presidential candidates : being a brief
historical sketch of the free soil question in the United States from the
Congresses of 1774 and '87 to the present time.                              1848
Treason in Congress : speech of Hon. James A. Garfield, of Ohio, in
reply to the speech of Hon. Alexander Long in favor of abandoning the
war and recognizing the southern confederacy : delivered in the
House of Representatives, April 8, 1864.                                     [1864]
Speech of Hon. James A. Garfield, of Ohio, on the constitutional
amendment to abolish slavery, delivered in the House of
Representatives, January 13, 1865.                                           [1865]
A memorial discourse : delivered in the hall of the House of
Representatives, Washington City, D.C., on Sabbath, February 12,
1865.                                                                        1865

The Union, past and future : how it works, and how to save it.         1850
An address delivered before the Society of Alumni of the University of
Virginia : at its annual meeting. Held in the rotunda on the 29th of
June, 1850.                                                            1850
A dialogue between Do-Justice and Professing-Christian : dedicated
to the respective and collective abolition societies, and to all other
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An address delivered before the free people of color in Philadelphia,
New-York, and other cities during the month of June, 1831.                     1831
A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison : for an alleged libel
on Francis Todd, of Massachusetts.                                             [1830]
A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison : for an alleged libel
on Francis Todd, of Newburyport, Mass.                                         1834
An address delivered at the Broadway Tabernacle, N.Y. August 1,
1838 : by request of the people of color of that city, in commemoration
of the complete emancipation of 600,000 slaves on that day, in the
British West Indies.                                                           1838

An address delivered before the free people of color in Philadelphia,
New-York, and other cities during the month of June, 1831.                     1831
An address delivered in Marlboro' Chapel, Boston, July 4, 1838.                1838
In memoriam : testimonials to the life and character of the late Francis
Jackson.                                                                       1861
Juvenile poems : for the use of free American children, of every
complexion.                                                                    1835
Selections from the writings and speeches of William Lloyd Garrison :
with an appendix.                                                              1852
The new "reign of terror" in the slaveholding states, for 1859-60.             1860
Domestic slavery in the South : speech of Hon. Lucius J. Gartrell, of
Georgia, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 25,
1858.                                                                          [1858]
Réponse de mm. de Gasparin, Laboulaye, Martin et Cochin, à la
Ligue loyale et nationale de New York.                                         1864
The uprising of a great people : the United States in 1861 : to which is
added A word of peace on the difference between England and the
United States.                                                                 1862
The soldier God's minister : a discourse delivered in the
Congregational church, Fitzwilliam, N.H., Sabbath afternoon, October
5, 1862, on the occasion of the departure of a company of volunteers
for the seat of war.                                                           1862
Remarks of Joseph H. Geiger, esq., senator from the district of Ross
and Pickaway, in the Senate of Ohio, on Friday, January 17, 1851 : to
which are affixed, a sketch of reply by Mr. Walker, senator from
Montgomery, with Mr. Geiger's rejoinder.                                       1851

The political history of slavery in the United States.                         1915

Speech of Hon. Thos. S. Gholson, of Virginia, on the policy of
employing negro troops, and the duty of all classes to aid in the
prosecution of the war : delivered in the House of representatives of
the Congress of the Confederate States, on the 1st of Fe                       1865
Slavery.                                                                       1913

Baltimore platforms : slavery question : speech of Hon. Joshua R.
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Boundaries of Texas : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, in the
House of Representatives, Monday, August 13, 1850 : on the bill
establishing the boundaries between Texas and New Mexico, in
connection with the president's message on that subject.                     [1850]
Letter from Hon. J. R. Giddings upon the duty of anti-slavery men in
the present crisis.                                                          1844
Moral responsibility of statesmen : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of
Ohio, on the bill organizing territorial governments in Kansas and
Nebraska : in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, May
17, 1854.                                                                    [1854]
Organization of the House : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio,
delivered in the House of Representatives, Dec. 18, 1855.                    [1855]
Our domestic policy : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, on the reference
of the President's message : made, December 9, 1850, in committee
of the whole on the state of the Union.                                      [1850]
Pacificus : the rights and privileges of the several states in regard to
slavery : being a series of essays, published in the Western Reserve
chronicle, (Ohio,) after the election of 1842.                               [1842?]
Payment for slaves : speech of Mr. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, on the bill
to pay the heirs of Antonio Pacheco for a slave sent west of the
Mississippi with the Seminole Indians in 1838 : made in the House of
Representatives, Dec. 28, 1848, and Jan. 6, 1849.                            1849
Slavery in the territories : speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, in the
House of Representatives, Monday, March 18, 1850, in Committee of
the Whole on the State of the Union : on the president's message
transmitting the constitution of California.                                 [1850?]
Speech of Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, on Cuban annexation :
delivered in the House of Representatives, December 14, 1852.                [1852?]
Speech of Hon. Joshua R. Giddings, of Ohio : on the duty of this
government in maintaining the law of nations delivered in the House of
Representatives, January 28, 1852.                                           1852
Speech of Mr. Giddings, of Ohio, upon adopting the rule of the House
excluding petitions in relation to slavery : House of Representatives,
February 13, 1844.                                                           [1844]
Speech of the Hon. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, on the Compromise
measures : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 16,
1852.                                                                        [1852?]

Speeches in Congress Joshua R. Giddings.                                     1853
The rights and duties of representatives : speech of Mr. Joshua R.
Giddings, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, December 27,
1849, on the motion of Mr. Sackett, to amend the rules so as to elect
certain committees by vote of the House.                                     [1849]

The rights of the free states subverted, or, An enumeration of some of
the most prominent instances in which the federal Constitution has
been violated by our national government, for the benefit of slavery.  [1844?]
History of the rebellion : its authors and causes.                     1864




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Speech of Mr. Giddings, of Ohio : in the House of Representatives,
upon a proposition of Mr. Thompson, of South Carolina, to appropriate
one hundred thousand dollars for the removal, subsistence and
benefit of such of the Seminole chiefs and warriors as m                  [1841]
Geary and Kansas : Governor Geary's administration in Kansas : with
a complete history of the territory until July 1857, embracing a full
account of its discovery, geography, soil, rivers, climate, products, its
organization as a territory : all fully aut                               1857
Slavery-Kansas : speech of Hon. William A. Gilbert, of New York,
delivered in the House of Representatives, August 6, 1856.                [1856]

A review of the Rev. Horace Bushnell's Discourse on the slavery
question : delivered in the North Church, Hartford, January 10, 1839.       1839
National slavery and national responsibility : speech of Hon. Francis
Gillette, of Connecticut, in the Senate of the United States, February
23d, 1855.                                                                  1855

The problem solved, or, The slaveholder tested, by a series of letters. 1838

State of the Union : speech of Hon. John A. Gilmer, of North Carolina :
delivered in the House of Representatives, January 26, 1861.            [1861?]
The Kansas question : speech of Hon. John A. Gilmer, of North
Carolina : delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 30th of
March, 1858.                                                            [1858]

"Hath God forgotten to be gracious" : a thanksgiving sermon preached
before the united religious societies of Fisherville, N.H., Nov. 26, 1863. 1864

On the border.                                                              1867
A statement of facts connected with the present state of slavery in the
British sugar and coffee colonies and in the United States of America
together with a view of the present situation of the lower classes in the
United Kingdom, contained in a letter a                                     1830
Slavery in the United States : emancipation in Missouri : speech of
Samuel T. Glover, at the ratification meeting in St. Louis, held at the
Court house, July 22, 1863.                                                 1863
Political essays.                                                           1856
Trade preferr'd before religion, and Christ made to give place to
Mammon : represented in a sermon relating to the plantations.               1685
E pluribus unum : A political tract on Kossuth and America.                 1852

Don Ioannis de Gongora ... Disceptatio perpolita, et singvlaris, licét
impraemeditate apud Salmanticense theatrum in ore magistrorum
habita : Ad Salvivm Ivlianvm lib. 3. Ad Vrseium Ferocem in 1. quidam
19. D. De manumissis testamento. Pro obtinenda caesar                  [1636?]

Organization of the territories : speech of Hon. Daniel W. Gooch, of
Mass. delivered in the House of representatives, May 11, 1860.              [1860]




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Admission of new states : speech of Hon. William O. Goode, of
Virginia, in the House of Representatives, June 9, 1858, on the policy
of admitting new states into the union, and in defense of the South
against the charge of perfidy in the repeal of the Mis                 [1858]
Address of the Macedon convention.                                     1847

American slavery a formidable obstacle to the conversion of the world.          1854
The Kansas struggle, of 1856, in Congress, and in the Presidential
campaign : with suggestions for the future.                                     [1857?]
The rights and wrongs of Rhode Island : comprising views of liberty
and law, of religion and rights, as exhibited in the recent and existing
difficulties in that state.                                                     1842
Views of American constitutional law : in its bearing upon American
slavery.                                                                        1845

Is it expedient to introduce slavery into Kansas? : a tract for the times. [185-?]

The South and the North : being a reply to a lecture on the North and
the South, by Ellwood Fisher, delivered before the Young Men's
Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati, January 16, 1849.                 1849
The Southern platform, or, Manual of Southern sentiment on the
subject of slavery.                                                             1858
Emancipation and the war : compensation essential to peace and
civilization.                                                                   [1861]
The tribute book, a record of the munificence, self-sacrifice and
patriotism of the American people during the war for the union....              1865
Non-extension of slavery the policy of "the fathers of the Republic" :
slavery allowed, though disapproved, in the old states, but absolutely
prohibited in the territories and new states : effect of this policy, and its
bearing upon the modern doctrine of                                             1864
Letter concerning Union Emigration Society : dated House of
representatives, Washington, June 29, 1854.                                     [1854?]

A sermon, on the Christian necessity of war.                                    1861
Southern slavery in its present aspects : containing a reply to a late
work of the Bishop of Vermont on slavery.                                       1864
The natural history of secession, or, Despotism and democracy at
necessary, eternal, exterminating war.                                          1865
The life and writings of Rev. Joseph Gordon.                                    1860
The peril of our ship of state : a sermon on the day of fasting and
prayer, January 4th, 1861 ... : the folly of our speculations : a New-
Year's sermon, January 6, 1861 ... : strictures on a recent sermon by
Rev. H.J. Van Dyke.                                                             1861
Boundary of Texas : speech of Hon. W.A. Gorman of Indiana, in the
House of Representatives, Friday, August 30, 1850, on the Texas
boundary bill and slavery agitation.                                            [1850]
The case of the South against the North, or Historical evidence
justifying the southern states of the American Union in their long
controversy with northern states.                                               1899
The effect of slavery upon the constitutions and laws of the United
States and of the state of Alabama.                                             [1903]




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Letter to the Hon. Daniel Webster : on the compromises of the
Constitution.                                                           1850

The contrast, or, The Bible and abolitionism : an exegetical argument. 1844
Who is to blame?, or, Cursory review of "American apology for
American accession to negro slavery"                                   1842

The constitution against slavery.                                       [1856?]
State sovereignty-the Constitution-slavery : remarks of Hon. A.P.
Granger, of New York, in the House of Representatives, February 17,
1859.                                                                   [1859]
The Apostle Paul's opinion of slavery and emancipation : a sermon
preached to the Congregational Church and Society in Meriden, at the
request of several respectable anti-abolitionists.                      1837
Speech of Peachy R. Grattan, esq. : in the General assembly at
Cleveland, June 2, 1857.                                                1857
A legal review of the case of Dred Scott : as decided by the Supreme
Court of the United States.                                             1857
Letter to His Excellency Wm. H. Seward, governor of the state of New-
York, touching the surrender of certain fugitives from justice.         1841
Letter to His Excellency Whitemarsh B. Seabrook, governor of the
state of South-Carolina : on the dissolution of the union.              1850
Reply to Dr. Dewey's address : delivered at the elm tree, Sheffield,
Mass.                                                                   1856

'To one of the people'                                                  [1850]

Recollections of a busy life : including reminiscences of American
politics and politicians, from the opening of the Missouri contest to the
downfall of slavery : to which are added miscellanies ... also, a
discussion with Robert Dale Owen of the law of d                          1868
A political text-book for 1860 : comprising a brief view of presidential
nominations and elections including all the national platforms ever yet
adopted : also, a history of the struggle respecting slavery in the
territories, and of the action of Congress                                1860
The American conflict : a history of the great rebellion in the United
States of America, 1860-'65: its causes, incidents, and results :
intended to exhibit especially its moral and political phases, with the
drift and progress of American opinion respect                            1877-1879

Belief without confession : a sermon, preached at Whitesboro, N.Y.      1844

Things for northern men to do : a discourse delivered Lord's day
evening, July 17, 1836, in the Presbyterian Church, Whitesboro', N.Y. 1836
Iniquity and a meeting.                                               1844

Sermons preached in the chapel of the Western Reserve college.          1833
Sketches of the life and writings of James Gillespie Birney.            1844

The chattel principle the abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the Apostles,
or, No refuge for American slavery in the New Testament.               1839




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The church carried along, or, The opinions of a doctor of divinity on
America slavery.                                                           1836
The counsel of Caiaphas : a sermon.                                        18--?

Things for northern men to do : a discourse delivered Lord's day
evening, July 17, 1836, in the Presbyterian church, Whitesboro', N.Y.      1836
Life of Rev. Elisha W. Green, one of the founders of the Kentucky
normal and theological institute ... and over thirty years pastor of the
colored Baptist churches of Maysville and Paris.                           1888
California and New Mexico : Speech of Hon. James S. Green, of
Missouri, in the House of representatives, April 4, 1850, in Committee
of the whole on the state of the Union, on the President's message
transmitting the constitution of California.                               [1850]
Territorial policy : speech of Hon. James S. Green, of Missouri, in the
Senate of the United States, January 10 and 11, 1860.                      [1860]
A pamphlet on equal rights and privileges.                                 [1857?]
A pamphlet on equal rights and privileges : to the people of the United
States.                                                                    1857

Thrilling stories of the great rebellion : comprising heroic adventures
and hair-breadth escapes of soldiers, scouts, spies, and refugees :
daring exploits of smugglers, guerrillas, desperadoes, and others :
tales of loyal and disloyal women : stories of                             [c1865]

My imprisonment and the first year of abolition rule at Washington.        1863
De la littérature des Nègres, ou, Recherches sur leurs facultés
intellectuelles, leurs qualités morales et leur littérature : suivies de
notices sur la vie et les ouvrages des Nègres qui se sont distingués
dans les sciences, les lettres et les arts.                                1808
De la noblesse de la peau, ou, Du préjugé des blancs contre la
couleur des africaines et celle de leurs descendans noirs et sang-
mêlés.                                                                     1826

Slavery and the slave trade in the United States of America : and the
extent to which the American churches are involved in their support.       1845
John and Mary ; or, The fugitive slaves : a tale of South-Eastern
Pennsylvania / Ellwood Griest.                                             c1873
A plea for Africa : a sermon preached October 26, 1817, in the First
Presbyterian Church in the city of New-York, before the Synod of New-
York and New-Jersey, at the request of the Board of Directors of the
African School established by the Synod.                                   1817
Address of the president of the New-Jersey Society for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery : to the general meeting at Trenton, on
Wednesday, the 26th of September, 1804.                                    1804
Achievements of the western naval flotilla : remarks of Hon. James W.
Grimes, of Iowa, delivered in the Senate of the United States, March
13, 1862.                                                                  [1862?]
Speech of Hon. James W. Grimes, of Iowa, on the surrender of slaves
by the army.                                                               1862
Life of William Grimes, the runaway slave.                                 1825
Appeal to the Christian women of the South.                                1836
Appeal to the Christian women of the South.                                [1836]


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Slavery and the Boston riot.                                               1835
Slavery in America : a reprint of an appeal to the Christian women of
the slave states of America.                                               1837
An epistle to the clergy of the southern states.                           [1836?]
Runaway slaves.                                                            [1958]
Rapport fait ... au nom d'une commission spéciale, sur les elections
faites en l'an 6 par le departement du Nord de Saint-Domingue :
Seance du 19 germinal an 7.                                                [1799]
A reply to Horace Binney's pamphlet on the habeas corpus.                  1862
Speech of Mr. Gross, of New York, on the restriction of slavery in
Missouri : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United
States, February 1, 1820.                                                  [1820]
A review of the "Correspondence" of Messrs. Fuller & Wayland : on
the subject of American slavery.                                           1847
Nebraska and Kansas : speech of Hon. G.A. Grow of Pennsylvania in
the House of Representatives, May 10, 1854.                                [1854]
Remarks of Messrs. Grow, Quitman, and T.L. Harris, on the Missouri
Compromise, and the responsibility for the organization of the House :
delivered January 18 and 19, 1856.                                         1856
The question before us.                                                    1862
The lioness and her whelps : a sermon on slavery, preached in the
Broadway Congregational Church, Norwich, Conn., December 18,
1859.                                                                      1860

Address to abolitionists .                                                 1838
A discourse, delivered on the fourth of July, 1825, in the city of
Washington.                                                                1825
Life of Jehudi Ashmun, late colonial agent in Liberia : with an
appendix, containing extracts from his journal and other writings : with
a brief sketch of the life of the Rev. Lott Cary.                          1835
Address at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization
Society, November 11, 1839.                                                1839
Letter of Mr. Gurley.                                                      [1833?]
Letter on the American Colonization Society, and remarks on South
Carolina opinions on that subject.                                         [1832]

Letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, president of the American Colonization
Society, and Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, chairman of the General
Committee of the African Civilization Society, on the colonization and
civilization of Africa : With other documents on th                    1841

Mission to England, in behalf of the American Colonization Society.        1841
Speech of J.J. Gurney, Esq. on the abolition of negro slavery :
delivered at a public meeting, held in the Guildhall, in the city of
Norwich, on Wednesday, 28th January, 1824.                                 [1824?]
Le riforme cinesi : costituzione cinese, assemblea nazionale,
abolizione della schiavitù. Agosto del 1910.                               1911
"I have fought a good fight"                                               [186-?]
The American question.                                                     1863
A comparison of American and British slavery.                              1851
Die Sklaverei, ihre biologische Begründung und sittliche
Rechtfertigung : Zwei Vorlesungen.                                         1923


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Memoir of David Hale, late editor of the Journal of commerce : with
selections from his miscellaneous writings.                                1850

Edward Everett in the ministry of reconciliation : a sermon preached in
the South Congregational church, Boston, Jan. 22, 1865.                    1865
Speech of John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, on the abolition of slavery
in the District of Columbia Delivered in the Senate of the United
States, March 18, 1862.                                                    1862
Speech of Mr. Hale of New Hampshire on the territorial question :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, Tuesday, March 19,
1850.                                                                      [1850]
The wrongs of Kansas : speech of Hon. John P. Hale, of New
Hampshire, in the United States Senate, February 1856.                     [1856]
Liberia, or, Mr. Peyton's experiments.                                     1853
An address to the free people of color of the state of Maryland.           1859
Righteousness and the pulpit : a discourse preached in the First
Church, Dorchester, on Sunday, Sept. 30, 1855.                             1855
The iniquity : a sermon preached in the First Church, Dorchester, on
Sunday, Dec. 11, 1859.                                                     1859

The moral significance of the contrasts between slavery and freedom :
a discourse preached in the First Church, Dorchester, May 10, 1864.        1864
The proclamation of freedom : a sermon preached in Dorchester,
January 4, 1863.                                                           1863
The pro-slavery religion of the south.                                     [1863]
The historic significance of the southern revolution : a lecture
delivered by invitation in Petersburg, Va., March 14th and April 29th,
1864 : and in Richmond, Va., April 7th and April 21st, 1864.               1864
Speech of the Hon. B.F. Hallett at the Democratic ratification meeting
[i]n Waltham, Mass., Friday evening, November 2, 1855.                     [1855]
Letter of Gen. A.J. Hamilton of Texas : to the President of the United
States.                                                                    [1863?]
State sovereignty : rebellion against the United States by the people of
a state is its political suicide.                                          1862
The slave power: its heresies and injuries to the American people : A
speech.                                                                    [1864?]

Benjamin Sherwood Hedrick.                                                 1910

Discourse on the scheme of African colonization : delivered before the
colonization society, of Greene County, O. at Xenia, July 4, 1849.         1849
An oration delivered in the African Zion church : on the fourth of July,
1827, in commemoration of the abolition of domestic slavery in this
state.                                                                     1827
A word for the African : a sermon, for the benefit of the American
colonization society, delivered in the Second Presbyterian church,
Newark, July 24, 1825.                                                     1825
The duties of masters and slaves respectively, or, Domestic servitude
as sanctioned by the Bible : a discourse delivered in the Government
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Remarks of Mr. Hamlin, of Maine, on resigning his position as
chairman of the Committee on Commerce, and the tests of the
Cincinnati Convention : in the Senate of the United States, June 12,
1856.                                                                          [1856]
Speech of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin of Maine in the United States
Senate, March 9 and 10, 1858 : in reply to Governor Hammond and in
defence of the North and northern laborers.                                    [1858]
Gov. Hammond's letters on southern slavery : addressed to Thomas
Clarkson, the English abolitionist.                                            [1845]
Remarks of Mr. Hammond, of South Carolina : on the question of
receiving petitions for the abolition of slavery in the District of
Columbia : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 1,
1836...                                                                        [1836]
Selections from the letters and speeches of the Hon. James H.
Hammond : of South Carolina.                                                   1866
Speech of Hon. James H. Hammond, of South Carolina, on the
admission of Kansas, under the Lecompton constitution : delivered in
the Senate of the United States, March 4, 1858.                                1858
Two letters on slavery in the United States : addressed to Thomas
Clarkson, Esq.                                                                 [1845.]
To the patriotic citizens of the United States : the North and the South,
the crisis before us.                                                          [1856?]
To the patriotic citizens of the United States : the North and the South
: the crisis before us.                                                        [1856]
Speech of Mr. Hardin, of Kentucky ... delivered in the House of
Representatives of the United States, February 4, 1820.                        [1820]
[Review of Penelope L. Bullock, The Afro-American periodical press,
1838-1909].                                                                    [1984]
Liberty or death!, or, The mother's sacrifice.                                 1862

Shall the territories be Africanized? : speech of Hon. James Harlan, of
Iowa : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 4, 1860.          [1860]
Official correspondence of Brig. W.S. Harney, U.S. Army, and First Lt.
Geo. Ihrie, late U.S. Army, with the U.S. War department, and
subsequent personal correspondence.                                            [1861?]
A catalogue of a very complete collection of books and pamphlets
relating to the American civil war 1861-5 and slavery : including many
rare regimental histories, prison narratives, Confederate reports,
privately printed biographies, poetry, etc.                                    [1898]
A letter from Gen. Harper of Maryland, to Elias B. Caldwell, esq.,
secretary of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of
Colour, in the United States, with their own consent.                          1818

Memoir on slavery : read before the Society for the advancement of
learning, of South Carolina, at its annual meeting at Columbia, 1837.          1838
The history of negro servitude in Illinois, and of the slavery agitation in
that state, 1719-1864.                                                         1904
A discourse delivered before the African Society of Boston, 15th of
July, 1822, on the anniversary celebration of the abolition of the slave
trade.                                                                         1822
Letter of Hon. Thos. L. Harris, of Illinois, upon the repeal of the fugitive
slave law.                                                                     1851


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Speech of Hon. T.L. Harris, of Illinois, upon the Kansas and other
political questions, and in reply to Messrs. Foster, of Georgia, and
Norton, of Illinois : delivered in the House of Representatives, August
9, 1856.                                                                  1856
The constitutional powers of the General Conference : with a special
application to the subject of slaveholding.                               1860
Slavery in Kentucky : a Civil war casualty.                               1983
The suppression of the rebellion.                                         [1862]
Slavery and abolition, 1831-1841.                                         1906
Bible vindicated : a series of essays on American slavery : with an
appendix.                                                                 1858

Sermon preached before the honourable Trustees for establishing the
colony of Georgia in America, and the Associates of the late Reverend
Dr. Bray : at their anniversary meeting, March 16, 1748-9 : in the
parish church of St. Margaret, Westminster.                           1749

Remarks of the Hon. John B. Haskin, of Westchester County, New
York : in reply to attack made by the president's home organ, "The
Constitution," upon anti-Lecompton Democrats, and colloquy between
Mr. Logan, of Illinois, and Mr. Haskin : delivered in the                 1859
A copy of a letter, written to the President of the United States, on
slave emancipation.                                                       [1864?]
A copy of a letter, written to the President of the United States, on
slave emancipation.                                                       [186-?]
Speech of Hon. Geo. Hastings, of New York, on the Nebraska and
Kansas bill : delivered in the House of Representatives, April 20,
1854.                                                                     1854
Anti-slavery landmarks in Boston.                                         [1897]
Bible servitude re-examined : with special reference to pro-slavery
interpretations and infidel objections.                                   1862

Sermons, speeches and letters on slavery and its war : from the
passage of the Fugitive slave bill to the election of President Grant.    1869
Review of the Governor's message : speech of Hon. Palmer E.
Havens of Essex in Senate, January 21, 1864.                              1864

A woman's life-work : labors and experiences of Laura S. Haviland.   1882
North and South, or, Four questions considered : what have we done?
What have we to do? What have we to hope? What have we to fear? :
a sermon preached in the First church in Hartford, on the day of the
national fast, Sept. 26th, 1861.                                     1861
Defence of the South : General Hayne, in reply to Mr. Webster.       1830

Speeches of Hayne and Webster in the United States Senate, on the
resolution of Mr. Foote, January, 1830 : also, Mr. Webster's
celebrated speech on the slavery compromise bill, March 7, 1850.          1853
Thomas Hazard, son of Robt call'd College Tom A study of life in
Narragansett in the XVIIIth century.                                      1893
Our resources : a series of articles on the financial and political
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A constitutional manual for the national American party : in which is
examined the question of Negro slavery in connexion with the
Constitution of the United States.                                       1856
Remarks on the immediate abolition lecture of Rev. Mr. Phelps :
delivered in the 2d Baptist church in Taunton, Sunday evening, May
24, 1835.                                                                1835
The Lutheran Church and the Civil War.                                   [c1919]
The night of freedom : an appeal, in verse, against the great crime of
our country, human bondage!                                              1857
The national weakness : a discourse delivered in the First church,
Brookline, on Fast day, Sept. 26, 1861.                                  1861
Samboe, or, The African boy.                                             [1823?]

Union and slavery : a Thanksgiving sermon, delivered in the
Presbyterian Church, Clarksville, Tennessee, November 28th, 1850. 1851
Slavery in the churches, religious societies, &c. : a review.            1856
Letter from General C.F. Henningsen in reply to the letter of Victor
Hugo on the Harper's Ferry invasion : with an extract from the letter of
the Rev. Nathan Lord ... and an article from the London "Times" on
slavery.                                                                 1860

The police control of the slave in South Carolina ....                   1914
Points in manumission, and cases of contested freedom.                   1817
Our branch and its tributaries : being a history of the work of the
Northwestern sanitary commission and its auxiliaries, during the war
of the rebellion.                                                        1868
Father Henson's story of his own life.                                   1858
Truth stranger than fiction : Father Henson's story of his own life.     1858

The whip, hoe, and sword, or, The Gulf-department in '63.                1864
The abolition crusade and its consequences, four periods of American
history.                                                                 1912
Proyecto de ley sobre abolicion de la esclavitud en la isla de Puerto
Rico.                                                                    1869
La esclavitud y el Señor Ferrer de Couto.                                1866
Louise Elton, or, Things seen and heard : a novel.                       1853
An appeal to Christians, on the subject of slavery.                      1833
Story of the slave : paper read before the Monmouth Colony Historical
association on October 30th, 1902, wherein is given some account of
slavery and servitude in New Jersey, with notes concerning slaves
and redemptioners in other states.                                       1903

Immediate, not gradual abolition, or, An inquiry into the shortest,
safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West-Indian slavery. 1824

Immediate, not gradual abolition, or, an inquiry into the shortest,
safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery. 1836
Volks-Oberherrlichkeit ist der Wille der Mehrzahl gegen die Herrschaft
der Minderzahl : rede des Ehrb. J. Hickman von Pennsylvanien im
Repräsentanten-Hause, am 28 Januar 1858.                                [1858?]
Southern sectionalism : speech of Hon. John Hickman, of Penn. :
delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, May 1, 1860.            [1860?]


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Who have violated compromises : speech of Hon. John Hickman, of
Pennsylvania : delivered in the House of Representatives, December
12, 1859.                                                                    1859
Remarks on slavery and emancipation.                                         1834

Cheerful yesterdays.                                                         1898

Does slavery Christianize the negro?                                         [1855]
Massachusetts in mourning : A sermon, preached in Worcester, on
Sunday, June 4, 1854.                                                        1854
The new revolution : a speech before the American Anti-Slavery
Society, at their annual meeting in New York, May 12, 1857.                  1857

Woman and her wishes : an essay.                                             [185-?]
Despotism in America : an inquiry into the nature, results, and legal
basis of the slave-holding system in the United States.                      1854
Despotism in America, or, An inquiry into the nature and results of the
slave-holding system in the United States.                                   1840
The slave, or, Memoirs of Archy Moore.                                       1836
Speech of Mr. Hill, of New Hampshire : on the motion of Mr. Calhoun
that the Senate refuse to receive a petition from the Society of
Friends, in the state of Pennsylvania, to abolish slavery in the District
of Columbia.                                                                 [1836]

To the Honorable the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, to
be holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of May next : the
memorial of Harry, Cuff, and Cato, black men, now in slavery in
Connecticut, in behalf of ourselves and the poor black pe                    [1797?]
A chapter on slavery : presenting a sketch of its origin and history, with
the reasons for its permission, and the probable manner of its
removal.                                                                     1860
Pocahontas ; a proclamation.                                                 [1820]
The crisis, no. 1-2, or, Thoughts on slavery, occasioned by the
Missouri question.                                                           1820

Speeches and addresses.                                                1855
The battle of principles : a study of the heroism and eloquence of the
anti-slavery conflict.                                                 [c1912]
Speech of Hon. P. Hitchcock, of Geauga, on the "Bill to prevent giving
aid to fugitive slaves" : in the House of Representatives, Feb. 23,
1861.                                                                  1861

Thanksgiving for victories : discourse.                                      [1864]

Disunion our wisdom and our duty.                                            [1855?]
..."Lest we forget"                                                          [1912]
An inquiry into the merits of the American colonization society : and a
reply to the charges brought against it : with an account of the British
African colonization society.                                                1833
Truths from the West Indies.                                                 1838

Come to the rescue! : an appeal to the people of the South.                  1863


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The right of American slavery.                                              1860
Our country's crisism : a discourse delivered in Dubuque, Iowa, on
Sabbath evening, July 6, 1856.                                              [1856?]
An address delivered before the seventh annual meeting of the
Virginia state agricultural society, November 4th, 1858.                    1858
Suggestions as to the spiritual philosophy of African slavery,
addressed to the members and friends of the Church of New
Jerusalem.                                                                  1861
The alternative : a separate nationality, or the africanization of the
South.                                                                      1860
A refutation of the calumnies circulated against the southern &
western states : respecting the institution and existence of slavery
among them.                                                                 1822
Address delivered before the Rochester anti-slavery, on the 19th
January, and again, by request of several citizens, at the court house,
in Rochester, on the 5th February, 1837.                                    1837

An inquiry into the rights, duties, and destinies, of the different
varieties of the human race, with a view to a proper consideration of
the subjects of slavery, abolition, amalgamation, and aboriginal rights. 1843
A vindication of the capacity of the negro race for self-government,
and civilized progress, as demonstrated by historical events of the
Haytian revolution : and the subsequent acts of that people since their
national independence.                                                   1857
A scriptural, ecclesiastical, and historical view of slavery : from the
days of the patriarch Abraham, to the nineteenth century : addressed
to the Right Rev. Alonzo Potter.                                         [c1864]

Bible view of slavery.                                                      [1863?]
A scriptural, ecclesiastical, and historical view of slavery : from the
days of the patriarch Abraham, to the nineteenth century : addressed
to the Right Rev. Alonzo Potter ....                                        c1864
Slavery, its religious sanction, its political dangers, and the best mode
of doing it away : a lecture delivered before the Young Mens'
Associations of the city of Buffalo, and Lockport, on Friday, January
10, and Monday, January 13, 1851.                                           1851
A dialogue concerning the slavery of the Africans : shewing it to be the
duty and interest of the American states to emancipate all their African
slaves : with an address to the owners of such slaves : dedicated to
the Honourable the Continental Congress                                     1785

Narrative of the life of Thomas Cooper.                                     1832
Narrative of the proceedings of the Monthly Meeting of New-York and
their subsequent confirmation by the Quarterly and Yearly Meetings :
in the case of Isaac T. Hopper.                                             1843
The New-York conspiracy, or, A history of the Negro plot, with the
journal of the proceedings against the conspirators at New-York in the
years 1741-2.                                                               1810
The trial of John Ury "for being an ecclesiastical person, made by
authority pretended from the see of Rome, and coming into and
abiding in the province of New York," and with being one of the
conspirators in the Negro plot to burn the city of New York, 1              1899


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Slavery and the church.                                                     1853
The higher law, in its relations to civil government : with particular
reference to slavery, and the Fugitive slave law.                           1852
Speech of John Hossack : convicted of a violation of the fugitive slave
law, before Judge Drummond, of the United States District Court,
Chicago, Ill.                                                               1860
Freedom's banner : a sermon preached to the Coldwater light artillery,
and the Coldwater Zouave cadets, April 28th, 1861.                          1861

Letters from the West Indies : relating especially to the Danish island
St. Croix, and to the British Islands Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica. 1838

Bond and free : a true tale of slave times.                                 1886
A Christian memento : with observations on some of the prevalent
amusements of the day.                                                      [18--?]
Political history of secession to the beginning of the American Civil
War.                                                                        1914

The times of the rebellion in the West : a collection of miscellanies,
showing the part taken in the war by each western state : notices of
eminent officers : descriptions of prominent battles : conspiracies in
the West to aid the rebellion : incidents of                                1867
The refugees from slavery in Canada West : report to the Freedmen's
inquiry commission.                                                         1864
Speech of Hon. T.O. Howe, of Wisconsin, on the bill to confiscate the
property and free the slaves of rebels : delivered in the Senate of the
United States, May 5, 1862.                                                 1862
Colonization and Christianity : a popular history of the treatment of the
natives by the Europeans in all their colonies.                             1838
George Fox and his first disciples, or, The Society of Friends as it
was, and as it is.                                                          [1834?]
Anthropology of the American Negro : historical notes.                      [1927]
Speech of Mr. Hubbard, of New Hampshire, on the motion not to
receive a memorial praying the abolition of slavery in the District of
Columbia : in Senate, March 7, 1836.                                        1836
Speech of Mr. Chas. Hudson, of Mass. : on the constitutional power of
Congress over the territories, and the right of excluding slavery
therefrom : delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S.,
June 20, 1848.                                                              1848
The second war of independence in America.                                  1863
The cause of freedom : which is its champion in America, the North or
South?                                                                      [1863]

Speech of Hon. J.A. Hughston, of New York, on the slavery question,
delivered in the House of Representatives, April 8, 1856.                   1856
Letters on American slavery.                                                1860
The abolitionists : together with personal memories of the struggle for
human rights, 1830-1864.                                                    1905
A review of the troubles in Kansas and of the Senate's bill for the
admission of Kansas as a state into the Union.                              1856
A letter to a friend in a slave state.                                      1862
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A history of slavery and serfdom.                                             1895
The utter extinction of slavery an object of Scripture prophecy : a
lecture the substance of which was delivered at the annual meeting of
the Chelmsford Ladies' Anti-slavery Association, in the Friends'
Meeting House, on Tuesday, the 17th of April, 1832 :                          1832
A sermon intended to enforce the reasonableness and duty on
Christian : as well as political, principles, of the abolition of the African
slave-trade.                                                                  1788

A political lecture upon the "influence of slavery on the Constitution
and Union," delivered at the request of the citizens of Brooklyn.           1860
The loyalists and slavery in New Bunswick : Illus.                          1898
The duties and dignities of American freemen.                               [1843?]
Considerations on the impropriety of friends participating in the
administration of political governments.                                    1840

The committing of our cause to God : a sermon preached in the
Second Presbyterian Church, Charleston, S.C. on Friday, the 6th of
December : a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer, appointed by the
Legislature of South Carolina, in view of the state of                 1850

Incidents in the life of a slave girl.                                      1861

Incidents in the life of a slave girl.                                      1861
The grandmother of slaves.                                                  1865
Abolitionism unveiled, or, Its origin, progress, and pernicious tendency
fully developed.                                                            1856
Our duties to the slave : a sermon, preached before the original
Congregational church and society, in Wrentham, Mass., on
Thanksgiving day, November 28, 1846.                                        1847
Montesquieu et l'esclavage : étude sur les origines de l'opinion
antiesclavagiste en France au XVIIIe siècle.                                1911
The sorrows of slavery : a poem : containing a faithful statement of
facts respecting the African slave trade.                                   1789
Cause and cure.                                                             1868
Insanity among the coloured population of the Free States.                  1844
Facts and arguments against the election of General Cass,
respectfully addressed to the Whigs and Democrats of all the free
states.                                                                     1848
Zur strafrechtlichen stellung der sklaven bei deutschen und
angelsachsen.                                                               1878
America free, or, America slave : an address on the state of the
country.                                                                    [1856]
The American church and the African slave trade : Mr. Jay's speech in
the New York diocesan convention of the Protestant Episcopal church
: on the 27th September, 1860 : with a note of the proceedings had in
that council on the subject.                                                1860

Thoughts on the duty of the Episcopal church, in relation to slavery :
being a speech delivered in N.Y.A.S. convention, February 12, 1839.         1839
Correspondence between John Jay, esq., and the Vestry of St.
Matthew's church, Bedford, N.Y.                                             1862


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The church and the rebellion : Mr. Jay's letter to the rector and vestry
of St. Matthew's church, Bedford, with a preface in reply to the rector's
speech from the chancel on Sunday, June 21, 1863, touching the
recent visit of a clergyman of doubtful loyal                             1863
The progress and results of emancipation in the English West Indies :
a lecture delivered before the Philomathian society of the city of New-
York.                                                                     1842

Voting by proxy in charitable societies : speech of the Hon. Mr. Noodle
against the Assembly bill empowering members of benevolent and
other societies to vote by proxy : with an introduction, containing the
bill, the New York remonstrance, opinions of the                        1859

A view of the action of the federal government, in behalf of slavery.     1844
A letter to the committee chosen by the American Tract Society : to
inquire into the proceedings of its executive committee, in relation to
slavery.                                                                  [1857?]
A letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives : bishop of the Protestant
Episcopal church in the state of North Carolina : occasioned by his
late address to the convention of his diocese.                            [1848]
A reply to Webster, in a letter from Hon. William Jay to Hon. Wm.
Nelson, M.C.                                                              1850
An examination of the Mosaic laws of servitude.                           1854
Inquiry into the character and tendency of the American Colonization,
and American Anti-Slavery societies.                                      1840
Letter to Hon. William Nelson, M.C. on Mr. Webster's speech.              1850
Letter to the American Tract Society.                                     [1853?]
Miscellaneous writings on slavery.                                        1853
Reply to remarks of Rev. Moses Stuart, lately a professor in the
theological seminary at Andover : on Hon. John Jay, and an
examination of his Scriptural exegesis, contained in his recent
pamphlet entitled, "Conscience and the Constitution"                      1850
The Creole case, and Mr. Webster's despatch : with the comments of
the N.Y. American.                                                        1842
A colored man's reminiscences of James Madison.                           1865
Abram [sic] Lincoln and South Carolina.                                   1861
Slavery and conversion in the American colonies.                          [1916]

Letters addressed to friends of freedom and the Union.                    1856
From Dixie to Canada ; romance and realities of the underground
railroad : By H.U. Johnson. Vol. 1.                                       1894
The book of American Negro spirituals.                                    1925
A defence of Republicanism.                                               [1860]
An address delivered in the Congregational Church in Middlebury : by
request of the Vermont Anti-slavery Society, on Wednesday evening,
February 18, 1835.                                                        1835
Correspondence between Oliver Johnson and George F. White, a
minister of the Society of Friends : with an appendix.                    1841
The abolitionists vindicated in a review of Eli Thayer's paper on the
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William Lloyd Garrison and his times, or, Sketches of the anti-slavery
movement in America, and of the man who was its founder and moral
leader.                                                                   1880, c1879
Remarks on popular sovereignty : as maintained and denied
respectively by Judge Douglas, and Attorney-General Black.                1859
Address of Robert W. Johnson to the citizens of Arkansas :
Washington, January 29, 1850.                                             1850
The crisis of freedom : a sermon, preached at the Free church, in
Lynn, on Sunday, June 11, 1854.                                           1854

Speech of William Cost Johnson, of Maryland, on the subject of the
rejection of petitions for the abolition of slavery : with supplemental
remarks, in reply to certain charges against General Harrison :
delivered in the House of representatives, January 2                      1840
Lincoln university, or, The nation's first pledge of emancipation.        1867
The young Negro of the South : from a southern white man's point of
view, with comments by a Negro : being a memoir of Professor Porter
D. Turner.                                                                1902
Christmas in Kentucky, 1862.                                              1892
The suspending power and the writ of habeas corpus.                       1862
Slavery : (voluntary) as it exists north, west, east and south.           [c1871]
Speech of Wm. Johnston, Esq. : before the Franklin Circuit Court of
Kentucky.                                                                 [1846?]
The State of Ohio vs. Forbes and Armitage : arrested upon the
requisition of the government of Ohio, on charge of kidnapping Jerry
Phinney, and tried before the Franklin Circuit Court of Kentucky, April
10, 1846.                                                                 [1846?]
The British mission of the Church of the Puritans : its true origin and
prosecution under the policy of Dr. H.A. Hartt.                           1861
In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon.                     1862
Documents américains, annexion du Texas, émancipation des noirs,
politique de l'Angleterre.                                                1845
La commission présidée par m. le duc de Broglie et les gouverneurs
de nos colonies : théorie et pratique.                                    1843
Observations sur le Rapport de M. de Tocqueville, relatif a l'abolition
de l'esclavage dans les colonies : et quelques mots sur la loi des
sucres.                                                                   1840
Suggestions on the religious instruction of the negroes in the Southern
states : together with an appendix containing forms of church
registers, form of a constitution, and plans of different denominations
of Christians.                                                            1847
A roster of general officers, heads of departments, senators,
representatives, military organizations, etc., etc., in Confederate
service during the war between the states.                                1876
The religious instruction of the Negroes in the United States.            1842
Georgia in the war, 1861-1865.                                            [1909]

A Rebel war clerk's diary at the Confederate States capital.              1866

The young abolitionists, or, Conversations on slavery.                    1848




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Andrew T. Judson's remarks, to the jury, on the trial of the case, State
v. P. Crandall : Superior Court, Oct. term, 1833 : Windham County, Ct.     [1833]
Epistles from the Old man of the hills to the people of the valley.        1859
The American planter, or, The bound labor interest in the United
States.                                                                    1854
The cause and cure of our national troubles : speech of Hon. Geo. W.
Julian, of Indiana : delivered in the House of Representatives,
Tuesday, January 14, 1862.                                                 1862
Confiscation and liberation : speech of Hon. Geo. W. Julian, of
Indiana, in the House of Representatives, Friday, May 23, 1862.            1862
The rank of Charles Osborn as an anti-slavery pioneer.                     1891
The slavery question : speech of George W. Julian, of Indiana,
delivered in the House of Representatives, May 14, 1850, in
committee of the whole on the state of the union : on the president's
message transmitting the constitution of California.                       [1850?]
Abolitionism.                                                              [1844?]

An address delivered before the literary societies of Rutgers college. 1856
The integrity of our national union, vs. abolitionism : an argument from
the Bible, in proof of the position that believing masters ought to be
honored and obeyed by their own servants, and tolerated in, not
excommunicated from, the church of God : being                           1843
The recognition of the Confederate States considered in a reply to the
letters of "Historicus" in the London Times.                             1863

Speech of Hon. David S. Kaufman, of Texas, on the slavery question
Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 10, 1847.              1847

Slavery, its sin, moral effects, and certain death : also the language of
nature, compared with divine revelation, in prose and verse.              [1864?]
An address delivered December 22, 1837, in the village of Lockport,
N.Y. : commemorative of the martyrdom of Rev. E.P. Lovejoy, who
was killed by the mob, in the city of Alton, Ill., on the night of
November 7, 1837.                                                         1838
Slavery and four years of war : a political history of slavery in the
United States, together with a narrative of the campaigns and battles
of the Civil War in which the author took part : 1861-1865.               1900

Speech of Hon. Lawrence M. Keitt, of South Carolina, on the origin of
slavery : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 24, 1858.    1858
Speech of Hon. William D. Kelley, of Pennsylvania, on protection to
American labor : delivered in the House of representatives, January
31, 1866.                                                             1866
Speech of Hon. Wm. D. Kelley of Pa. on freedmen's affairs : delivered
in the House of Representatives, Feb. 23, 1864.                       [1864]

Confiscation of rebel property : speech of Hon. William Kellogg, of
Illinois, delivered in the House of Representatives, May 24, 1862.         1862




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The incidents of the Lecompton struggle in Congress and the
campaign of 1858 in Illinois : speech of Hon. William Kellogg, of
Illinois : delivered in the House of Representatives, March 13, 1860.        [1860]
Rhoda of the Underground.                                                    1909

Speech of Hon. W.H. Kelsey, of New York, on the slavery question :
delivered in the House of Representatives, July 29, 1856.                    1856
Secession : letters of Amos Kendall : also, his letters to Colonel Orr
and President Buchanan.                                                      1861
National dangers, and means of escape.                                       [18--?]
Speech of Hon. A. Kennedy, of Md. : on the abolition of slavery in the
District of Columbia.                                                        [1862]
A history of the civil war in the United States, from its commencement
in 1861, to January, 1862 : to be continued to the termination of the
war.                                                                         [1862]
Hebrew servitude and American slavery : an attempt to prove that the
Mosaic law furnishes neither a basis nor an apology for American
slavery.                                                                     1863
Sympathy, its foundation and legitimate exercise considered, in
special relation to Africa : a discourse delivered on the fourth of July
1828, in the Sixth Presbyterian church, Philadelphia.                        [1828]
Slavery the mere pretext for the rebellion; not its cause : Andrew
Jackson's prophecy in 1833 ... picture of the conspiracy, drawn in
1863.                                                                        1863
The border states : their power and duty in the present disordered
condition of the country.                                                    [1861]

Horrors of slavery : in two parts. Part I. Containing observations, facts,
and arguments, extracted from the speeches of Wilberforce,
Grenville, Pitt, Burke, Fox, Martin, Whitbread, and other distinguished
members of the British Parliament. Part II. Conta                          1817
A history of the valley of Virginia.                                       1833

A sermon on the duty of citizens, with respect to the fugitive slave law. 1851

Southern wealth and northern profits : as exhibited in statistical facts
and official figures facts and official figures : showing the necessity of
union to the future prosperity and welfare of the Republic.                  1860

Sketches of residence and travels in Brazil : embracing historical and
geographical notices of the empire and its several provinces.                1845

Sketches of residence and travels in Brazil : embracing historical and
geographical notices of the empire and its several provinces.          1845
The California question and the ordinance of '87 : speech of Hon. D.P.
King, of Massachusetts, in the House of representatives, May 21,
1850, in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, on the
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The rights of the people of Kansas : speech of Preston King, of New
York, in the Senate of the United States, March 16th, 1858, on the
frauds, usurpation, and purpose, in which the slave constitution of the
Lecompton convention has its origin.                                     1858
Substance of two speeches, delivered in the Senate of the United
States, on the subject of the Missouri bill.                             1819
Papers relative to the restriction of slavery : speeches of Mr. King, in
the Senate, and of Messrs. Taylor & Talmadge in the House of
Representatives, of the United States on the bill for authorising the
people of the territory of Missouri to form a const                      1819

Lettre à S. Exc. M. le ministre du commerce.                               1861
Thoughts on the Fugitive Slave Law and Nebraska Bill.                      1855
The claims of abolitionism upon the church of Christ, candidly
examined : a sermon, delivered at the Baptist church, Harrisburg, on
the morning of Sabbath, February 18th, 1838.                               1838
French intervention in America, or, A review of La France, le Mexique,
et les Etats-Confederes.                                                   1863
A treatise on the patriarchal, or co-operative, system of society as it
exists in some governments, and colonies in America, and in the
United States, under the name of slavery, with its necessity and
advantages.                                                                1829
Annual discourse.                                                          [186-?]
Charles Sumner.                                                            1892
A letter to the Hon. Benjamin R. Curtis, late judge of the Supreme
court of the United States, in review of his recently published pamphlet
on the "Emancipation proclamation" of the president.                       1862

The destiny of our country.                                                1864
Soldiering in North Carolina : being the experiences of a 'typo' in the
pines, swamps, fields, sandy roads, towns, cities, and among the
fleas, wood-ticks, 'gray-backs,' mosquitoes, blue-tail flies, moccasin
snakes, lizards, scorpions, rebels, and other r                            1864

An appeal for discussion and action on the slavery question.               1840
Freedom and slavery.                                                       1900
The man with the branded hand : an authentic sketch of the life and
services of Capt. Jonathan Walker.                                         1899
Rev. William Knibb's speech : proceedings of the public meeting held
in Exeter-Hall, May 22, 1840, on occasion of the public reception of
the Rev. William Knibb, H. Beckford, and E. Barrett.                       [1840?]

A sermon for the times : preached in aid of the "Jacobins of Maryland"     1864
The races of men : a fragment.                                             1850
On the amelioration of slavery.                                            1816
The American citizen : a discourse on the nature and extent of our
religious subjection to the government under which we live, including
an inquiry into the Scriptural authority of that provision of the
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Mémoire analytique : òu l'on déduit, par une grande reunion de faits
les principes, a l'aide desquels on poura faire prospérer de nouvelles
colonies ... Suivi de l'examen de questions rélatives aux effets que les
progrès de la population & des cultures du                               1796
The United States and France.                                            1862

Upon whom rests the guilt of the war? : separation : war without end.        1863
Why the North cannot consent to disunion.                                    1863

La abolicion de la esclavitud en las Antillas españolas.             1869
Carta pastoral do bispo de S. Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro :
annunciando a Lei n. 2040 de 28 de setembro de 1871 sobre
libertacão de filhos de escravas e sua criação, etc. e recommendando
a todos sua execução.                                                1871

Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de la révolution de Saint-Domingue.        1819
The great obstruction to the conversion of souls at home and abroad :
an address.                                                                  1843
The slavery question speech of Hon. L.Q.C. Lamar, of Miss., in the
House of Representatives, February 21, 1860.                                 [1860?]
Gen. Mirabeau B. Lamar's letter to the people of Georgia.                    [1850?]
Anthony Burns in Canada.                                                     [1925]
The relation of Canada to the anti-slavery and abolition movements in
the United States.                                                           [1919?]
The slavery question : Speech of Hon. John M. Landrum of La.,
delivered in the House of Representatives, April 27, 1860.                   [1860]
Vindication of the policy of the administration : speech of Hon. J.H.
Lane, of Kansas, in the Senate of the United States, February 16,
1864, on the special order, being Senate bill no. 45, to set apart a
portion of the state of Texas for the use of perso                           1864
Speech of General J.H. Lane at Waterbury, Conn., Dec. 28, 1863.              [1864]
The states of the Union--Equality of rights, and fraternity of sentiment :
Remarks of Hon. Joseph Lane, of Oregon, in the Senate of the United
States, December 19, 1859.                                                   [1859]
A sermon, preached at Danbury, November 8th, A.D. 1798 : being the
day of the execution of Anthony, a free Negro, pursuant to sentence of
death passed upon him by the hon. superior court, for the crime of a
rape.                                                                        1798
The new fugitive slave law : speech of Edwin C. Larned, esq. at the
City hall in the city of Chicago, on the evening of Oct. 25th, 1850, in
reply to Hon. S.A. Douglas.                                                  1850
Slavernij en dienstbaarheid : hoofdzakelijk in de vroege
middeleeuwen.                                                                1924

Granville Sharp and the freedom of slaves in England.                    1928
Remarks of Hon. Milton S. Latham, of California, upon slavery in the
states and territories : and the doctrine of an "irrepressible conflict"
between "labor states" and "capital states" : delivered in the Senate of
the United States, April 16 1860.                                        [1860]
Colonization A notice of Victor Hugo's views of slavery in the United
States, in a letter from John H. B. Latrobe, of Baltimore, to Thomas
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The Christian civilization of Africa : an address delivered before the
American Colonization Society, January 16, 1877.                           1877
A letter to the Hon. Whitemarsh B. Seabrook, of St. John's Colleton :
in explanation and defence of "An act to amend the law in relation to
slaves and free persons of color."                                         1835
A South Carolina protest against slavery : being a letter from Henry
Laurens, second president of the Continental Congress, to his son,
Colonel John Laurens, dated Charleston, S.C., August 14th, 1776 :
now first published from the original.                                     1861
Autobiography : Sketch of life and labors of Miss Catherine S.
Lawrence, who in early life distinguished herself as a bitter opponent
of slavery and intemperance.                                               1896
The slavery question.                                                      1854
Slavery in the territories : speech ... on the power and duty of
Congress to prohibit slavery in the territories : delivered in the House
of representatives June 12, 1848.                                          1848
French commerce and manufactures and Negro slavery in the United
States : letter to the editor of the "Journal des débats"                  1860
To the memory of Rt. Rev. Wm. Fisher Dickerson, D.D., of the A.M.E.
church.                                                                    [1891]
A view of the policy of permitting slaves in the states west of the
Mississippi : being a letter to a member of Congress.                      1820
Guerre de la sécession, esquisse des événements militaires et
politiques des États-Unis de 1861 à 1865.                                  1866-67
The war in the United States : report to the Swiss military department :
preceded by a discourse to the Federal military society assembled at
Berne, Aug. 18, 1862.                                                      1863

Extract from an address, in the Virginia gazette, of March 19, 1767.       [1767?]
An essay in vindication of the continental colonies of America : from a
censure of Mr. Adam Smith, in his Theory of moral sentiments : with
some reflections on slavery in general.                                    1764
The judge advocate's vade mecum : embracing a general view of
military law, and the practice before courts-martial of the army and
navy, with an epitome of the law of evidence, as applicable to military
and naval trials.                                                          1864
Slavery examined in the light of the Bible.                                1855

The origin and equal rights of all men, and their power to protect &
govern themselves : Also, the formation of the original government,
and the origin of the Constitution of the United States.                   1867
A letter from Legion to His Grace the Duke of Richmond, &c.&c.&c.
Chairman of the Slavery Committee of the House of Lords : containing
an exposure of the character of the evidence on the colonial side
produced before the Committee.                                             [1833]
Letter to Hon. Reverdy Johnson, on the proceedings at the meeting,
held at Maryland institute, January 10th, 1861.                            [1861]
Speech of Mr. Leigh, on the question of the reception of certain
memorials from citizens of Ohio, praying Congress to abolish slavery
within the District of Columbia. Delivered in the Senate of the United
States, on the 19th of January, 1836.                                      [1836]




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Substitute intended to be offered to the next meeting of the citizens of
Richmond, on the subject of a convention, in lieu of the report of the
committee.                                                                 1824
The letters of Algernon Sydney, in defence of civil liberty and against
the encroachments of military despotism.                                   1830
National politics : Speech of Hon. Benjamin F. Leiter, of Ohio,
delivered in the House of Representatives, August 12, 1856.                [1856]
Centralization, or, "States rights"                                        [1863]
Ye book of copperheads.                                                    1863
The American war : the aims, antecedents, and principles of the
belligerents : a lecture, delivered on the 10th December, 1862, in
Castle street church.                                                      1863
Chains and freedom : or, The life and adventures of Peter Wheeler, a
colored man yet living.                                                    1839

The light and dark of the rebellion.                                       1863
Speech of Hon. John Letcher, of Virginia, in the House of
Representatives, February 27, 1855, on territorial policy.                 [1855]

L'évolution de l'esclavage dans les diverses races humaines.               1897
John Brown : Réflexions sur l'esclavage.                                   1860
Address to the coloured people of Philadelphia delivered at Bethel
Church on the evening of the 12th of the 3rd mo. 1833.                     1833

An address to Christians of all denominations : on the inconsistency of
admitting slave-holders to communion and church membership.                1831
The life, labors, and travels of Elder Charles Bowles, of the Free Will
Baptist denomination.                                                      1852
Letter to a member of Congress on the national currency.                   1865
Light and truth : collected from the Bible and ancient and modern
history, containing the universal history of the colored and the Indian
race, from the creation of the world to the present time.                  1844

A letter to Hon. E. D. Morgan : on the amendment of the Constitution
abolishing slavery. Resolutions, passed by the New York Union
league club, concerning conditions of peace with the insurgents.           1865
Plantations for slave labor : the death of the yeomanry.                   1863

What is our Constitution : league, pact, or government? : two lectures
on the Constitution of the United States ... delivered in the Law school
of Columbia college, during the winter of 1860 and 1861, to which is
appended an address on secession written i                                 1861
A refutation of the calumnies circulated by the Anti-slavery Agency
Committee, against the West Indian planters.                               1833
Address by Abraham Lincoln of Illinois in Cincinnati, Ohio, September
17, 1859.                                                                  1910
Letter of President Lincoln to the Missouri radicals.                      [1863]

Political debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A.
Douglas, in the celebrated campaign of 1858, in Illinois : including the
preceding speeches of each, at Chicago, Springfield, etc. : also, the
two great speeches of Mr. Lincoln in Ohio, in                            1860


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The address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln : in indication of the policy
of the framers of the Constitution and the principles of the Republican
Party : delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860, issued by
the Young Men's Republican Union (659 Broad                                   1860
The Republican party vindicated, the demands of the South explained
: speech of Hon. Abraham Lincoln of Illinois, at the Cooper Institute,
New York City, February 27, 1860.                                             [1860]
The President's letter to the Hon. James C. Conkling ... : Aug. 26,
1863.                                                                         [1863?]
Anti-slavery melodies : for the friends of freedom : prepared for the
Hingham Anti-slavery Society.                                                 [1843]
The Quakers in the old Northwest.                                             [1912]
A sermon, delivered in the chapel of the College of New-Jersey,
August 15, 1824.                                                              1824
Essai sur les moyens d'extirper les préjugés des blancs contre la
couleur des Africains et des sang-mêlés : ouvrage couronné par la
Société francaise pour l'abolition de l'esclavage, dans sa séance du
1er juillet 1840, sous la présidence de m. Laisné de V                        1841
Letters from an adopted citizen of the Republic to his mother in
Germany.                                                                      [1864]
A mother's peace offering to American houses, or, The martyr of the
nineteenth century.                                                           1861
Ben Hardin : his times and contemporaries, with selections from his
speeches.                                                                     1887

An historical research respecting the opinions of the founders of the
republic on negroes as slaves, as citizens and as soldiers : read
before the Massachusetts historical society, August 14, 1862.                 1862
The devil in Dixie : a tale of the times : serio-comical, semi-historical,
and quasi-diabolical.                                                         1865

Cuba et les grandes puissances occidentales de l'Europe, ou, Identité
qui existe entre les interets et l'importance actuels et futurs de l'ile de
Cuba, à l'égard du Nouveau monde, et en particulier des États-Unis
de l'Amérique Septentrionale, collection d                                    1856
Divers views, opinions, and prophecies of yoors trooly Petroleum V
Nasby [pseud.] ....                                                           1866
Speech of Major-General John A. Logan on return to Illinois, after
capture of Vicksburg.                                                         1863
The great conspiracy : its origin and history.                                1886
The Rev. J.W. Loguen, as a slave and as a freeman : a narrative of
real life.                                                                    1859
Speech of Mr. Long, of Ohio : in the Federal House of
Representatives, at Washington, on 7th April, 1864, on the subject of
recognition of the South.                                                     [1864]
Jefferson Davis : an address delivered at Concord, North Carolina,
June 3, 1921.                                                                 1923
Pictures of slavery in church and state : including personal
reminiscences, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc. etc. : with an
appendix, containing the views of John Wesley and Richard Watson
on slavery.                                                                   1857




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Letters on the Epistle of Paul to Philemon, or, The connection of
apostolical Christianity with slavery.                                       1845
Slavery rhymes : addressed to the friends of liberty throughout the
United States.                                                               1837
Slavery, secession and the Constitution : An appeal to our country's
loyalty.                                                                     1864
The effect of secession upon the commercial relations between the
North and South, and upon each section.                                      1861

"The higher law," in its application to the Fugitive slave bill : a sermon
on the duties men owe to God and to governments : delivered at the
Central Presbyterian church, Buffalo, on Thanksgiving-day.                   1851
Causes and remedies of the present convulsions : a discourse.                1861
A letter of inquiry to ministers of the gospel of all denominations, on
slavery.                                                                     1854
A Northern presbyter's second letter to ministers of the Gospel of all
denominations on slavery.                                                    1855
The historical origin of slavery.                                            [1900]
Pro-slavery overthrown and the true principles of abolitionism declared
or A series of lectures in answer to the question "What do the
Scriptures teach on the subject of slavery"                                  1847
Memoir of Rev. Charles T. Torrey : who died in the penitentiary of
Maryland, where he was confined for showing mercy to the poor.               1847
Memoir of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy : who was murdered in defence
of the liberty of the press, at Alton, Illinois, Nov. 7, 1837.               1838
The alliance of Jehoshaphat and Ahab : a sermon preached on the
annual fast April 4, 1844, at Cambridgeport.                                 1844
The North and the South! : letter from J.C. Lovejoy, Esq., to his
brother, Hon. Owen Lovejoy, M.C. : with remarks by the editor of the
Washington Union.                                                            [1859]
The robbers of Adullam, or, A glance at "organic sins." A sermon,
preached at Cambridgeport, November 27, 1845.                                1845
State of the Union : speech of Hon. Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois :
delivered in the House of Representatives, January 23, 1861.                 [1861]

The barbarism of slavery : speech of Hon. Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois,
delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, April 5, 1860.               [1860?]
A sermon on American slavery : preached in New Hudson, Mich.,
June 18, 1854.                                                               1854
The anti-slavery papers of James Russell Lowell.                             1902
The Biglow papers.                                                           1885

A dissertation on the relative duties between the different classes and
conditions of society : also, proving slavery consistent with the spirit of
the law and the gospel and with the operations of Providence.               1836

Sketches of Liberia : comprising a brief account of the geography,
climate, productions, and diseases, of the republic of Liberia.              1853

Review of Bishop Hopkins' Bible view of slavery.                             [1863]
The origin of the late war : traced from the beginning of the
Constitution to the revolt of the Southern States.                           1866


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Right and wrong of the Boston reformers : showing them to be a bad
remedy for a bad disease.                                                 1841
Lights and shadows of army life, or, Pen pictures from the battlefield,
the camp, and the hospital.                                               1865
Leaven for doughfaces, or, Threescore and ten parables touching
slavery.                                                                  1856
A lecture on Christianity and the civil laws.                             1859
Life and letters of Zachary Macaulay.                                     1900
Détails sur l'émancipation des esclaves dans les colonies anglaises
pendant les années 1834 et 1835 : tirés des documens officiels
présentés au parlement anglais et imprimés par son ordre : avec des
observations et des notes.                                                1836
Faits et renseignemens : prouvant les avantages du travail libre sur le
travail forcé, et indiquant les moyens les plus propres à hâter
l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies européennes.                 1835
Haïti, ou, Renseignemens authentiques sur l'abolition de l'esclavage
et ses résultats à Saint-Domingue et à la Guadeloupe : avec des
détails sur l'état actuel d'Haïti et des noirs émancipés qui forment sa
population.                                                               1835

The church and the slaveholder, or, Light and darkness : an attempt to
prove, from the word of God and from reason, that to hold property in
man is wholly destitute of divine warrant, is a flagrant crime, and
demands excommunication : earnestly and respec                            [1850]
The perfect law of liberty : An address, delivered in Rehoboth church,
Iowa, July 4th, 1860.                                                     1861
Speech of Hon. A.W. Mack, on the slavery question in the state
Senate, January 20, 1865.                                                 1865
Cause and contrast : an essay on the American crisis.                     1862

The Jefferson-Lemen compact : the relations of Thomas Jefferson
and James Lemen in the exclusion of slavery from Illinois and the
Northwest Territory, with related documents, 1781-1818.                   1915
Letters to Chas. O'Conor : the destruction of the union is
emancipation.                                                             1862
America revisited : and, Men I have met.                                  1908
The anti-slavery crusade : a chronicle of the gathering storm.            1921
A plea for Africa : a sermon delivered at Bennet Street Church, in
behalf of the American Colonization Society, July 4, 1830.                1830
Obedience to magistrates : a sermon for the times : discussing the
higher-law theory, as developed in the recent tragic scenes of
Harper's Ferry : preached in the First Presbyterian Church of Euclid,
East Cleveland, O., Dec. 10, A.D. 1859.                                   1860
Dr. Mahan's speech.                                                       [1862]
The four acts of despotism : comprising I. The tax bill, with all the
amendments. II. The finance bill. III. The conscription act. IV. The
indemnity bill.                                                           1863
Les États-Unis en 1865 : d'après les documents officiels
communiqués au Congrès.                                                   1865

Speech of Hon. Robert Mallory, of Kentucky, on the confiscation of
property : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 21, 1862.       [1862?]


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Quelques eclaircissemens sur les troubles survenus dans le
Departement du Sud de Saint Domingue, en fructidor an 4eme : (aout
1796 vieux style).                                                       1797
Über Begriff und Wesen des Peculium Festschrift zu Carl Georg von
Wächter's fünfzigjährigem Professor-Jubiläum.                            1869
The Chicago Common council and the Fugitive slave law of 1850 An
address read before the Chicago historical society at a special
meeting held January 29, 1903.                                           [1903]
Horace Mann's letters on the extension of slavery into California and
New Mexico : and on the duty of Congress to provide the trial by jury
for alleged fugitive slaves.                                             [1850]
New dangers to freedom, and new duties for its defenders.                1850
Slavery : letters and speeches.                                          1851

Speech of Hon. Horace Mann, of Massachusetts on the institution of
slavery : delivered in the House of Representatives, August 17, 1852. [1852]

Speech of Hon. Horace Mann, on the right of Congress to legislate for
the territories of the United States, and its duty to exclude slavery
therefrom : delivered in the House of Representatives, in committee of
the whole, June 30, 1848 : to which is added                             1848
Speech of Horace Mann, of Massachusetts, in the House of
Representatives, Feb. 23, 1849 : on slavery in the United States, and
the slave trade in the District of Columbia.                             [1849]
Speech of Mr. Horace Mann on the right of Congress to legislate for
the territories of the United States and its duty to exclude slavery
therefrom : delivered in the House of Representatives in committee of
the whole, June 30, 1848.                                                1848
The fugitive slave law : speech of Mr. Horace Mann, of Mass. :
delivered in the House of Representatives, in committee of the whole
on the state of the Union, Friday, February 28, 1851, on the fugitive
slave law.                                                               [1851]
Meine reise nach Brasilien im jahre 1826.                                1828
Meine reise nach Brasilien im jahre 1826.                                1828
Agli Stati Uniti, il pericolo americano.                                 1910
Poems by a slave in the island of Cuba, recently liberated.              1840
A brief review of the First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery
Society, by David M. Reese, M.D. of New York.                            1834
The crisis of freedom : remarks on the duty which all Christian men
and good citizens owe to their country in the present state of public
affairs.                                                                 1854
Souvenirs des Indes Occidentales, et impressions intimes : suivis de
Eliza et Maria.                                                          1853
A bake-pan : for the dough-faces.                                        1854

Kansas--Lecompton constitution--proscription of Democrats--assault
upon Illinois, and her democracy expelled : speech of Hon. S.S.
Marshall, of Illinois, on the admission of Kansas as a state : delivered
in the House of Representatives, March 31, 1858.                         [1858?]
Speech of Hon. Samuel S. Marshall, of Illinois, on the insanity of the
times, and the present condition of political parties : delivered in the
House of Representatives, August 6, 1856.                                1856


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The real issue--union or disunion : letter of Hon. S.S. Marshall, on the
parties and politics of the day, to the freemen of the Ninth
congressional district of Illinois.                                      1856

Letters to the editors of the Commonwealth : containing the argument
in favor of the constitutionality of the law of 1833, "prohibiting the
importation of slaves into this commonwealth," and also defending the
propriety and policy of that law, in reply to                          [1840]
The speech of Thomas Marshall, in the House of delegates of
Virginia, on the abolition of slavery.                                 1832
The anti-slavery movement in Kentucky prior to 1850 ....               [1918]

A counter appeal, in answer to "An appeal" from William Wilberforce,
Esq. M.P. : designed to prove that the emancipation of the Negroes in
the West Indies, by a legislative enactment, without the consent of the
planters, would be a flagrant breach of nati                               1823
The "manifest destiny" of the American union.                              1857
The martyr age of the United States : an article from the London and
Westminster review for December 1838.                                      1839
The martyr age of the United States of America : with an appeal on
behalf of the Oberlin Institute in aid of the abolition of slavery : re-
published from the London and Westminster review, by the Newcastle
upon Tyne Emancipation and Aborigines Protection                           1840
The martyr age of the United States.                                       1839
Views of slavery & emancipation : from "Society in America"                1837
Fugitive slaves: a sermon, preached in the North Congregational
Church, Winchendon, on the day of the annual fast, April 11, 1850.         1850
Letter of the Hon. Dudley Marvin, of New York.                             [1846]
Property in territories : Speech of Hon. J.M. Mason, of Virginia,
delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 18, 1860.                [1860]
Slavery in America : An essay for the times.                               1853
The fugitive slave law in Wisconsin, with reference to nullification
sentiment.                                                                 1895
Thoughts in a series of letters, in answer to a question respecting the
division of the states.                                                    [1813?]
A plea for the South.                                                      1847

The case stated : the friends and enemies of the American slave.           1863
International sympathies : report of the farewell meeting for Rev. J.W.
Massie, D.D., of London, at the Broadway Tabernacle church, New
York, September 27, 1863.                                                  1863
Narrative of the anti-slavery experience of a minister in the Methodist
E. Church : who was twice rejected by the Philadelphia Annual
Conference, and finally deprived of license to preach for being an
abolitionist.                                                              1845
The antislavery struggle and triumph in the Methodist Episcopal
Church.                                                                    1881
The history of American slavery and Methodism, from 1780 to 1849 :
and history of the Wesleyan Methodist Connection of America : in two
parts, with an appendix.                                                   1849
Notes on the proposed abolition of slavery in Virginia in 1785.            1903




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Aunt Phebe, Uncle Tom and others : character studies among the old
slaves of the South, fifty years after.                            1915

The impending crisis of 1860, or, The present connection of the
Methodist Episcopal Church with slavery : and our duty in regard to it. 1859

Slavery--Kansas--Parties thereon : Speech of Hon. A.E. Maxwell, of
Florida, delivered in the House of Representatives, May 1, 1856.            1856
The President's message--Party-unity--The South on the defensive :
Speech of Hon Augustus E. Maxwell, of Florida, delivered in the
House of Representatives, January 27, 1857.                                 [1857]
Speech of Hon. Henry May, of Maryland, against the war and arming
negroes, and for peace and recognition : in the House of
Representatives, February 2, 1863.                                          [1863?]
Remarks on Bishop Hopkins' letter on the Bible view of slavery.             [1863]
Catalogue of anti-slavery publications in America.                          [1864]
The fugitive slave law, and its victims.                                    1856
A discourse on slavery in the United States : delivered in Brooklyn,
July 3, 1831.                                                               1832
A discourse on the life and character of the Rev. Charles Follen, LL.D.
: who perished, Jan. 13, 1840, in the conflagration of the Lexington :
delivered before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, in the
Marlborough Chapel, Boston, April 17, 1840.                                 1840
Liberty or slavery the only question : oration delivered on the Fourth of
July, 1856, at Jamestown, Chautauqua Co., New York.                         1856

Some recollections of our antislavery conflict.                          1869
The right of colored people to education, vindicated : letters to Andrew
T. Judson, Esq. and others in Canterbury, remonstrating with them on
their unjust and unjustifiable procedure relative to Miss Crandall and
her school for colored females.                                          1833
Herod, John and Jesus, or, American slavery and its Christian cure : a
sermon preached in Division Street Church, Albany, N.Y.                  1860

Border Methodism and border slavery : being a statement and review
of the action of the Philadelphia annual conference concerning
slavery, at its late session at Easton, Pa., including the case of Rev.
J.D. Long : the slaveholding among members of the bod                   1858
Life and campaigns of General Robert E. Lee.                            [n.d.]

Slavery defended from Scripture, against the attacks of the
abolitionists : in a speech delivered before the General Conference of
the Methodist Protestant Church, in Baltimore, 1842.                   1842

No-history versus no-war, or, The great tootle rebellion exposed ....       1886
Speech : in Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, on the
resolution referring the President's message to the various standing
committees.                                                                 [c184-?]
A letter of John McDonogh, on African colonization : addressed to the
editors of the New-Orleans commercial bulletin.                             1842
Self-emancipation : a successful experiment on a large estate in
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A lecture by the late Hon. James M'Dowell, of Lexington, Va., and an
address by the late Rev. A. Alexander, D.D.                                 1851
Speech of Mr. McDowell, of Ohio, on the tariff : delivered in the House
of Representatives, May 3, 1844.                                            [c1844?]
A letter to the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, and an address to the
legislature of the state of Missouri.                                       1860
History of slavery in the U.S.                                              1896
A sermon, preached in the First Congregational church, New London,
Conn., on the day of Thanksgiving, November 28, 1850.                       1851
The hand of God with the black race : a discourse delivered before the
Pennsylvania Colonization Society.                                          1862
Patriotism, philanthropy, and religion : an address before the
American Colonization Society, January 16, 1877.                            1877
Letter on the Address of the women of England to their sisters of
America, in relation to slavery.                                            1853

A scriptural argument in favor of withdrawing fellowship from churches
and ecclesiastical bodies tolerating slaveholding among them.          1848
Slavery indispensable to the civilization of Africa.                   1855
Speech of Mr. J.X. McLanahan, of Pennsylvania, on the slave
question : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19,
1850.                                                                  1850

Speech of Mr. M'Lane, of Delaware : on the following amendment
proposed by Mr. Taylor, of N.Y. to the bill authorising the people of
Missouri to form a constitution ... Delivered in the House of
representatives of the United States, February 7, 1820.                     [1820]

Lewis Cass.                                                                 1899
A word with Bishop Hopkins.                                                 [1864]
An address, delivered before a Christian Anti-Slavery Convention :
held in Mercer, Pa., August 27 & 28, 1851.                                  1851
Letter from T. M'Clintock to the Association of Friends for Promoting
the Abolition of Slavery, &c.                                               1840
A sermon, preached in behalf of the American colonization society, in
the Reformed Dutch church, in Market-street, New-York, July 10,
1825.                                                                       1825
The relation of Ralph Waldo Emerson to public affairs.                      1923
Defence of the clergy : speech of Hon. James Meacham, of Vermont,
in the House of Representatives, May 17, 1854.                              [1854]

Memoirs of William Paley, D.D.                                              1809
Letters on our national struggle.                                           [1863]
A review of Garrisonian fanaticism and its influence.                       1852
Speech of Mr. Meigs, of New York, on the restriction of slavery in
Missouri.                                                                   [1820]
Slavery : a treatise, showing that slavery is neither a moral, political,
nor social evil.                                                            1844
An argument on the unconstitutionality of slavery : embracing an
abstract of the proceedings of the national and state conventions on
this subject.                                                               1841
War ar slavery.                                                             Unknown


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Battle-pieces and aspects of the war.                                    1866

Poem : dedicated by the board of the Boston Female Anti-slavery
Society, to the women of Great Britain, in commemoration of their
untiring efforts in the cause of British West India emancipation.       [1839?]
Objects of the rebellion, and effects of its success upon free laborers
and civilization.                                                       1863
A history of the trial of Castner Hanway and others : for treason, at
Philadelphia in November, 1851 : with an introduction upon the history
of the slave question.                                                  1852

The mission of South Carolina to Virginia.                               [1860?]
L'habitation Saint-Ybars, ou, Maîtres et exclaves en Louisiane, récit
social.                                                                  1881

Letter of Merle d'Aubigné, D.D.                                          [185-?]
The Negro and the nation : a history of American slavery and
enfranchisement.                                                         1906
Histoire de l'insurrection des esclaves dans le nord de Saint-
Domingue.                                                                1818
The siege of Charleston : its history and progress : a discourse
delivered in Bethel church, Charleston, S.C., November 19, 1863,
(Thanksgiving day).                                                      1864
A sermon delivered on the day of prayer : recommended by the
president of the C.S. of A., the 27th of March, 1863, at the German
Hebrew synagogue, "Bayth Ahabah"                                         1863
Economical causes of slavery in the United States : and obstacles to
abolition.                                                               1857
A serious expostulation with the members of the House of
Representatives of the United States.                                    1793
The defence of Warner Mifflin : against aspersions cast on him on
account of his endeavors to promote righteousness, mercy, and
peace among mankind.                                                     1796
La politique anglaise devoilee, ou, Les moyens de rendre les colonies
a la France : Présenté a la Convention nationale, le 24 vendémiaire,
l'an 3e.                                                                 [1794]
The emancipation of the slaves in the District of Columbia.              1913
The pioneers, preachers and people of the Mississippi Valley.            1860
The relation between the races at the South.                             1861
"To all whom it may concern" : the conspiracy of leading men of the
Republican party to destroy the American union proved by their words
and acts antecedent and subsequent to the rebellion.                     1864
The contest in America.                                                  1862
Address on re-opening the slave trade : to the citizens of Barnwell at
Wylde-Moore, August 29, 1857.                                            1857
An address delivered before the Tompkins County Colonization
Society at their third anniversary : held in Ithaca, March 4, 1834.      1834

American debate : a history of political and economic controversy in
the United States, with critical digests of leading debates.             1916




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A discourse, delivered April 12, 1797 : at the request of and before the
New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and
Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated.                  1797
The southern states hardened until ruined : a sermon preached in
Salem on Fast day, April 13th, 1865.                                       1865
The present and future state of Jamaica considered.                        1839
The olive branch, or, The evil and the remedy.                             1856
Slavery in its relation to God : A review of Rev. Dr. Lord's
Thanksgiving sermon, in favor of domestic slavery, entitled The higher
law, in its application to the fugitive slave bill.                        1851
The question before Congress : a consideration of the debates and
final action by Congress upon various phases of the race question in
the United States.                                                         [c1918]
Liberty or death, or, Heaven's infraction of the Fugitive slave law.       1858
Negro slavery unjustifiable : a discourse.                                 1860
L'émancipation des esclaves des États-Unis d'Amérique : discours
prononcé à l'Oratoire, le 28 mai 1865.                                     [1865]

Speech of Mr. Monroe of Lorain, in the House of Representatives,
Jan. 12, 1858 : on the bill to repeal an act to prohibit the confinement
of fugitives from slavery in the jails of Ohio.                            1858
A mirror in America.                                                       1861
Poems on the abolition of the slave trade.                                 1809
Poems on the abolition of the slave trade.                                 1809

The writ of habeas corpus and Mr. Binney.                                  1862
Analyse de la discussion de la Chambre des députés et de la
Chambre des pairs relative à l'émancipation des esclaves.                  1835
A plain statement addressed to all honest Democrats.                       1856
The African, a tale : and other poems.                                     1830
Remarks of Mr. Ely Moore, of New York, in the House of
representatives, February 4, 1839 : on presenting a remonstrance
from citizens of the District of Columbia against the reception of
abolition petitions, &c.                                                   [1839]
Anecdotes, poetry, and incidents of the war : North and South : 1860-
1865.                                                                      1867
Heroes and martyrs : notable men of the time : biographical sketches
of military and naval heroes, statesmen and orators, distinguised in
the American crisis of 1861-62.                                            [1862]
Lyrics of loyalty.                                                         1864
Address of Gabriel Moore to the freemen of Alabama, in reply to
resolutions of the General assembly, inviting him to resign his seat as
one of the Senators in the Congress of the United States.                  1835
Our country--its sin and its duty : A discourse : on the occasion of the
national fast, September 26th, 1861.                                       1861
A campanha abolicionista, 1879-1888.                                       1924
Slavery, a poem.                                                           1788
Considérations présentées aux vrais amis du repos et du bonheur de
la France : a l'occasion des nouveaux mouvemens de quelques soi-
disant amis-des-noirs.                                                     1791
The days of shoddy : a novel of the great rebellion in 1861.               c1863


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Tract for Americans : Fillmore's political history and position : George
Law and Chauncey Shaffer's reasons for repudiating Fillmore and
Donelson, and the action of the Know-Nothing State Convention at
Syracuse on the resolutions censuring Brooks's assaul                    [1856]
Slavery in New York : the status of the slave under the English
colonial government.                                                     [1891]
Modern democracy : the extension of slavery in our own territory or by
the acquisition of foreign territory wrong morally, politically, and
economically : speech of Hon. Justin S. Morrill, of Vermont, delivered
in the U.S. House of Representatives, June 6                             1860

Speech of Hon. L.M. Morrill, of Maine, on the confiscation of property :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 5, 1862.                [1862]
The life of Thomas Morris : pioneer and long a legislator of Ohio, and
U. S. senator from 1833 to 1839.                                            1856
Speech of Hon. Daniel Morris, of N.Y., on the confiscation bill :
delivered in the House of representatives, Jan. 21, 1864.                   [1864]
Speech of Hon. E. Joy Morris, of Pennsylvania, on the election of
speaker, and in defense of the North : delivered in the House of
representatives, December 8, 1859.                                          1859
Slavery, its nature, evils, and remedy : A sermon preached to the
congregation of the Presbyterian church, Newtown, Pennsylvania. On
... July 27, 1845.                                                          1845
Speech of Hon. Thomas Morris, of Ohio : in reply to the speech of the
Hon. Henry Clay in Senate, February 9, 1839.                                1839
Speech of the Hon. Thomas Morris, of Ohio : in the Senate of the
United States, February 6, 1839, in reply to the Hon. Henry Clay.           1839
Ancient slavery disapproved of God : the substance of a lecture.            1862
Speech of Isaac E. Morse of Louisiana on the territorial bill : delivered
in the House of Representatives, February 24, 1849.                         1849
The war with Mexico : speech of Hon. Isaac E. Morse, of Louisiana, in
the House of Representatives, February 1, 1848.                             [1850]
An argument on the ethical position of slavery in the social system,
and its relation to the politics of the day.                                [1863]
The present attempt to dissolve the American union, a British
aristocratic plot.                                                          1862
A geographical, statistical and ethical view of the American
slaveholders' rebellion.                                                    1863

Premium questions on slavery, each admitting of a yes or no answer. 1860

The Bible and slavery.                                                      [1855]
La sécession aux États-Unis et son origine.                                 1861
The American war, and the conflict of principles therein involved.          1863
The slave question : Speech of Hon. J. Morton, of Virginia, in the
House of representatives, Feb. 6, 1850, on the questions in dispute
between the North and the South.                                            [1850]
The colored man of America as a slave and a citizen of the United
States.                                                                     1884
The causes of the American Civil War.                                       1861




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Outline of a system of legislation, for securing protection to the
aboriginal inhabitants of all countries colonized by Great Britain ... :
drawn up at the request of the committee of "the Aborigines protection
society" ....                                                            1840
The forest boy : a sketch of the life of Abraham Lincoln : for young
people.                                                                  [1867]

Virginia's attitude toward slavery and secession.                        1909
Address on the free-soil question.                                       1848
Speech of Hon. H.C. Murphy, of New York, on slavery in the
territories.                                                             1848
Preliminary list of books and pamphlets by Negro authors for Paris
Exposition and Library of Congress.                                      [1900]
History of the United States of America : written in accordance with
the principles of peace.                                                 1852
The struggle of the hour : a discourse delivered at the Paine
celebration in Cincinnati, January 29, 1861.                             1861
Review of Ellwood Fisher's lecture, on the North and the South.          1849
Lettre à Napoléon III sur l'esclavage aux états du Sud.                  1862
Presidential power over personal liberty : a review of Horace Binney's
essay on the writ of habeas corpus.                                      1862
National reconstruction : a discourse delivered at Wesley chapel,
Washington, D.C., on the 1st day of June, 1865.                          1865
Brief account of Samuel Neale, a minister of the Gospel in the Society
of Friends.                                                              [18--?]
A letter to the editors of the American Presbyterian and Genesee
evangelist.                                                              1858
Dr. Nelson's lecture on slavery.                                         [1839?]
A discourse on the proposed repeal of the Missouri compromise :
delivered of Fast day, April 6, 1854, in the First Congregational
Church, in Leicester, Mass.                                              [1854]
Remarks on the policy of recognizing the independence of the
southern states of North America, and on the struggle in that
continent.                                                               1863
The religion of Christ at war with American slavery, or, Reasons for
separating from the Presbyterian church (O.S.)                           1849

Second report of the proceedings of the executive committee of New
England Yearly Meeting of Friends : in behalf of the freed people of
color.                                                                   1865
The Orpheus C. Kerr papers.                                              1862
The conflict in America : A funeral discourse occasioned by the death
of John Brown of Ossawattomie, who entered into rest, from the
gallows, at Charlestown, Virginia, Dec. 2, 1859.                         1859
Character of the southern states of America : letter to a friend who
had joined the Southern independence association.                        1863
Anglo-Saxon abolition of Negro slavery.                                  1889

Speech of the Hon. William E. Niblack, of Indiana, on the admission of
Kansas, delivered in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1860.     1860




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A review of the argument of President Lincoln and Attorney General
Bates, in favor of presidential power to suspend the privilege of the
writ of habeas corpus.                                                   1861
Woman in all ages and nations : a complete and authentic history of
the manners and customs, character and condition of the female sex,
in civilized and savage countries, from the earliest ages to the present
time.                                                                    1854

Slavery as an industrial system : ethnological researches.               1900
Speech of Mr. Niles, of Connecticut, on the petition of a society of
friends in Pennsylvania, praying for the abolition of slavery in the
District of Columbia : in Senate, February 15, 1836.                     1836
The capacity of negroes for religious and moral improvement
considered : with cursory hints, to proprietors and to government, for
the immediate melioration of the condition of slave in the sugar
colonies : to which are subjoined Short and practical disco              1789
A serious address, to the rulers of America in general.                  1806
The rebellion, its origin, and the means of suppressing it : speech of
Hon. Jno. T. Nixon, of New Jersey, in the House of Representatives,
Friday, April 11, 1862.                                                  1862
Blood the price of redemption : a Thanksgiving discourse delivered in
the House of Hope, Nov. 27, 1862.                                        1862
The freedmen of South-Carolina : some account of their appearance,
character, condition, and peculiar customs.                              1863
America for free working men! : mechanics, farmers and laborers
read! : how slavery injures the free working man : the slave-labor
system the free working-man's worst enemy.                               1865
Southern slavery considered on general principles, or, A grapple with
abstractionists.                                                         1861
Southern slavery considered on general principles, or, A grapple with
abstractionists.                                                         1861

Slavery in New York : a historical sketch.                               1900
Kansas and the compromises : speech of Hon. Jesse O. Norton, of
Illinois, in the House of Representatives, August 9, 1856.               [1856?]
The schism in the Methodist Episcopal church, 1844 : a study of
slavery and ecclesiastical politics.                                     1923
U.N. group gets report on slaves in Mauritania.                          [1981]
A remedy for the "irrepressible conflict"                                1860
Constitutional ethics : Number one.                                      1857
Slavery and the remedy, or, Principles and suggestions for a remedial
code.                                                                    1859
Slavery, and the remedy, or, Principles and suggestions for a remedial
code.                                                                    1856
The necessities and wisdom of 1861. : A supplement to the 6th ed. of
Slavery and the remedy.                                                  1861

The present crisis: with a reply and appeal to European advisers.        1860
Views of colonization.                                                   1839
O. C.'s letters from the South : on Northern and Southern views
respecting slavery and the American Tract Society.                       1857




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Slavery: a lecture delivered before the Lyceum in Attleborough, Jan.
4th 1838.                                                                  1838
Amerika und die sklaverei.                                                 1854
Address from the people of Ireland to their countrymen and
countrywomen in America.                                                   [1847]

Daniel O'Connell upon American slavery : with other Irish testimonies.     1860
Liberty or slavery? : and, Reply to O'Connell.                             1863
Speeches of Daniel O'Connell and Thomas Steele on the subject of
American slavery : delivered before the Loyal National Repeal
Association of Ireland, in reply to certain letters received from repeal
associations in the U. States.                                             1843
The Irish patriot : Daniel O'Connel's legacy to Irish Americans.           [1863]
Jay's treaty and the slavery interests of the United States.               1902
Political lessons of the rebellion : a sermon delivered at Farmington,
Connecticut, on fast day, April 18, 1862.                                  1862

Six years in a Georgia prison : narrative of Lewis W. Paine, who
suffered imprisonment six years in Georgia, for the crime of aiding the
escape of a fellow-man from that state, after he had fled from slavery. 1852

Six years in a Georgia prison : narrative of Lewis W. Paine, who
suffered imprisonment six years in Georgia, for the crime of aiding the
escape of a fellow-man from that state, after he had fled from slavery.    1851
Papers on the slave power : first published in the "Boston Whig", in
July, Aug., and Sept., 1846.                                               [1846]
A letter to a friend.                                                      1850
Papers on the slave power : first published in the "Boston Whig"           [1846]
Papers on the slave power : first published in the "Boston Whig" in
July, August, and September, 1846.                                         [1846?]
Speech of Mr. Palfrey, of Massachusetts, on the political aspects of
the slave question : delivered in the House of Representatives,
January 26th, 1848.                                                        1848

Thanksgiving sermon : delivered at the First Presbyterian Church,
New Orleans, on Thursday, December [i.e., November] 29, 1860.              1861
The oath of allegiance to the United States : discussed in its moral
and political bearings.                                                    1863

The rights of the South defended in the pulpits.                           1860
The opening future, or, The results of the present war : a thanksgiving
discourse, November 26th, 1863.                                            1863
The discussion between Rev. Joel Parker and Rev. A. Rood on the
question "What are the evils inseparable from slavery" : which was
referred to by Mrs. Stowe in "Uncle Tom's Cabin"                           1852
The right of secession : a review of the message of Jefferson Davis to
the Congress of the Confederate states.                                    1861
Revolution and reconstruction : two lectures delivered in the law
school of Harvard college, in January, 1865, and January, 1866.            1866
The domestic and foreign relations of the United States.                   1862




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The three powers of government : the origin of the United States : and
the status of the Southern states, on the suppression of the rebellion :
the three dangers of the republic : lectures delivered in the Law school
of Harvard college, and in Dartmouth c                                     1869
The true issue, and the duty of the Whigs : an address before the
citizens of Cambridge, October 1, 1856.                                    1856
A letter to the people of the United States touching the matter of
slavery.                                                                   1848
Discourses of slavery.                                                     1863-1879

The collected works of Theodore Parker : containing his theological,
polemical, and critical writings, sermons, speeches, and addresses,
and literary miscellanies ; edited by Francis Power Cobbe.                 1863-1879
The Nebraska question : some thoughts on the new assault upon
freedom in America and the general state of the country in relation
thereunto : set forth in a discourse preached at the Music hall, in
Boston, on Monday, Feb. 12, 1854.                                          1854
A letter to the people of the United States touching the matter of
slavery.                                                                   1848
A new lesson for the day : a sermon preached at the Music Hall, in
Boston, on Sunday, May 25, 1856.                                           1856
A sermon of slavery : delivered Jan. 31, 1841, repeated June 4, 1843,
and now published by request.                                              1843
An address delivered by the Rev. Theodore Parker, before the New
York City Anti-Slavery Society : at its first anniversary, held at the
Broadway Tabernacle, May 12, 1854.                                         1854
Discourses of slavery.                                                     1863
John Brown's expedition : reviewed in a letter from Rev. Theodore
Parker, at Rome, to Francis Jackson, Boston.                               1860

The Boston kidnapping : a discourse to commemorate the rendition of
Thomas Simms, delivered on the first anniversary thereof, April 12,
1852, before the Committee of Vigilance, at the Melodeon in Boston. 1852

The collected works of Theodore Parker : containing his theological,
polemical, and critical writings, sermons, speeches, and addresses,
and literary miscellanies ; edited by Francis Power Cobbe.                 1863-1879
The dangers from slavery.                                                  [1897]
The effect of slavery on the American people : a sermon preached at
the Music hall, Boston, on Sunday, July 4, 1858.                           1858
The great battle between slavery and freedom : considered in two
speeches delivered before the American Antislavery Society, at New
York, May 7, 1856.                                                         1856
The law of God and the statutes of men : a sermon, preached at the
music hall, in Boston, on Sunday, June 18, 1854.                           1854
The new crime against humanity A sermon preached at the Music
hall, in Boston, on Sunday, June 4, 1854.                                  1854
The three chief safeguards of society : considered in a sermon at the
Melodeon, on Sunday, July 6, 1851.                                         1851




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The trial of Theodore Parker : for the "misdemeanor" of a speech in
Faneuil Hall against kidnapping, before the Circuit Court of the United
States, at Boston, April 3, 1855 : with the defence.                          1855
The present aspect of slavery in America and the immediate duty of
the North : a speech delivered in the hall of the State house, before
the Massachusetts anti-slavery convention, on Friday night, January
29, 1858.                                                                     1858
The relation of slavery to a Republican form of government : a speech
delivered at the New England Anti-Slavery Convention, Wednesday
morning, May 26, 1858.                                                        1858
The rule of duty : a sermon delivered in Dover on fast day, April 10,
1851.                                                                         1851

Remarks on the slavery of the black people : addressed to the citizens
of the United States, particularly to those who are in legislative or
executive stations in the general or state governments : and also to
such individuals as hold them in bondage.                                     1806
Slavery : its origin, influence, and destiny.                                 1863
The life of Horace Greeley, editor of the New York tribune.                   1855
The false nation and its "bases", or, Why the south can't stand.              1864
An ancient landmark, or, The essential element of civil and religious
liberty : dedicated to the young men of New England.                          1838
Our duty : A fast-day discourse.                                              1864
The American crisis, or, The true issue, slavery or liberty?                  1861
Freedom's martyr : a discourse on the death of the Rev. Charles T.
Torrey.                                                                       1846
Conscience and law, or, A discussion of our comparative responsibility
to human and divine government : with an application to the Fugitive
Slave Law.                                                                    1850
Slavery and infidelity, or, Slavery in the church ensures infidelity in the
world.                                                                        [1856]

The American board and slaveholding.                                          1846
Thoughts for Christians, suggested by the case of Passmore
Williamson : a discourse preached in the Fourth Congregational
Church, Hartford, Conn., October 7, 1855.                                     1855

What it is to preach the gospel.                                              [187-?]
Correspondence between Rev. William Patton, D.C., and the
secretaries of the Evangelical alliance on the American war.                  [1863]
A sermon preached in the United Presbyterian Church, Mansfield,
Ohio, January 24, 1864.                                                       1864
An address, delivered on the celebration of the abolition of slavery, in
the state of New-York, July 5, 1827.                                          1827
An attempt to demonstrate the practicability of emancipating the
slaves of the United States of North America : and of removing them
from the country, without impairing the right of private property, or
subjecting the nation to a tax.                                               1825
Slavery in the United States.                                                 1836
Letters on slavery : addressed to the Cumberland Congregation,
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Position and duties of the North with regard to slavery.                    1847
The word of God is not bound : a sermon preached on Sunday
afternoon, June 4, 1854.                                                    1854
Slavery in the United States : its evils, alleviations and remedies.        1851
An address, delivered at Springfield, before the Hampden
Colonization Society, July 4th, 1828.                                       1828
The Creole orphans : or Lights and shadows of southern life. A tale of
Louisiana.                                                                  1856
Letter from the Hon. James Alfred Pearce, United States senator from
Maryland, on the politics of the day : letter from the Hon. Thomas G.
Pratt, United States senator from Maryland, to the Whigs of that state :
speech of the Hon. Isaac D. Jones, delivere                                 1856

Speech of Hon. John J. Pearce, of Pennsylvania, on the slavery
question : Delivered in the House of representatives, August 9, 1856.       1856
Remarks on African colonization and the abolition of slavery : in two
parts.                                                                      1833
"Who is on the Lord's side?", or, Does the Bible sanction slavery? :
being an examination into the Egyptian, Mosaic, and American
systems of service and labor.                                               1864
Slavery and the Episcopacy : being an examination of Dr. Bascom's
review of the reply of the majority to the protest of the minority of the
late General conference of the M.E. Church, in the case of Bishop
Andrew.                                                                     1845
The duties of American citizens : a discourse preached in the
statehouse, Springfield, Ill., January 26, 1851.                            1851
Slavery in the territories : Speech of Hon. Lucius B. Peck, of Vermont,
in the House of Representatives, April 23, 1850, in committee of the
whole on the state of the Union, on the President's message
transmitting the constitution of California.                                [1850]

Justice and mercy recommended, particularly with reference to the
slave trade : a sermon preached before the University of Cambridge. 1788
Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, and Missouri in 1861 : a monograph of the great
rebellion.                                                           1866

Speech of Mr. Peckham, of New York, on the Kansas and Nebraska
question : delivered in the House of Representatives, May 18, 1854.         1854
The speeches of the late Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, bart.,
delivered in the House of commons : with a general explanatory index,
and a brief chronological summary of the various subjects on which
the speeches were delivered.                                                1853
The speeches of the late Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, bart.,
delivered in the House of commons : with a general explanatory index,
and a brief chronological summary of the various subjects on which
the speeches were delivered.                                                1853
The American question in its national aspect : being also an incidental
reply to Mr. H.R. Helper's "Compendium of the impending crisis of the
South"                                                                      1861
An address to King Cotton.                                                  [1863?]




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Heaven the residence of the saints : a sermon occasioned by the
sudden and much lamented death of the Rev. George Whitefield,
A.M., chaplain to the Right-Honourable the Countess of Huntington :
delivered at the Thursday lecture at Boston, in America, Oct.               1771
Power of the President to suspend the privilege of habeas corpus :
speech of Hon. George H. Pendleton, of Ohio, in the House of
representatives, December 10, 1861.                                         [1861]
William Penn's exhortation.                                                 [18--?]
Questions and expositions of slavery, obtained from those who have
experienced it, by the author.                                              [1856?]
Covenants involving moral wrong are note obligatory upon man : a
sermon delivered in the Fifth Congregational church, Hartford, on
Thanksgiving day, Nov. 17th, 1842 ; by J.C.W. Pennington.                   1842
The reasonableness of the abolition of slavery at the South : a
legitimate inference from the success of British emancipation : an
address, delivered at Hartford, Conn., on the first of August, 1856.        1856
The picture and the men : being biographical sketches of President
Lincoln and his cabinet : together with an account of the life of the
celebrated artist, F.B. Carpenter, author of the great national painting,
The first reading of the emancipation procla                                1867

Prof. Stuart and slave catching : remarks on Mr. Stuart's book
"Conscience and the Constitution," at a meeting in Guilford, August 1,
1850 : commemorative of emancipation in the West Indies.               1850

Our country's sin : a sermon preached to the members and families of
the Nestorian mission at Oroomiah, Persia, July 3, 1853.             1854

To the democracy of the fifth congressional district in South Carolina.     [1860]

Freedom national--slavery sectional : speech of Hon. John J. Perry, of
Maine, on the comparative nationality and sectionalism of the
Republican and Democratic Parties : in the House of Representatives,
May 1, 1856, in Committee of the Whole on the State o                   [1856]
'Posting the books between the North and South' : speech of John V.
Perry, of Maine : delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives,
March 7, 1860.                                                          [1860]
Rebellious states : speech of Hon. Nehemiah Perry, of New Jersey,
delivered in the House of representatives, first session, Thirty-eighth
Congress, Tuesday, May 3, 1864.                                         [1864]

The case of the Cherokee nation against the state of Georgia : argued
and determined at the Supreme court of the United States, January
term 1831 : with an appendix containing the opinion of Chancellor
Kent on the case : the treaties between the United St                  1831
Military review of the campaign in Virginia & Maryland, under Generals
John C. Fremont, N.P. Banks, Irwin McDowell, Franz Sigel, John
Pope, James S. Wadsworth, Wm. H. Halleck and George B.
McClellan, in 1862.                                                    [1862-63]

The cabin and parlor, or, Slaves and masters.                               [c1852]


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The looking-glass : being a true report and narrative of the life, travels
and labors of the Rev. Daniel H. Peterson, a colored clergyman :
embracing a period of time from the year 1812 to 1854, and including
his visit to western Africa.                                                1854
Sketches in the history of the underground railroad : comprising many
thrilling incidents of the escape of fugitives from slavery, and the perils
of those who aided them.                                                    1879

Addresses delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives,
Harrisburg, Pa. : on Tuesday evening, April 6, 1852.                       1852

Lectures on slavery and its remedy.                                        1834
Letters to professor Stowe and Dr. Bacon, on God's real method with
great social wrongs : in which the Bible is vindicated from grossly
erroneous interpretations.                                                 1848
Speech of Mr. Phelps, of Vermont, on the subject of slavery, &c. : in
Senate, January 23, 1850.                                                  [1850]
The Sabbath : the working-man's charter.                                   [185-?]
An address on the annexation of Texas : and the aspect of slavery in
the United States, in connection therewith : delivered in Boston,
November 14 and 18, 1845.                                                  1845
The slave labor problem in the Charleston district : by Ulrich Bonnell
Phillips.                                                                  1907
The slavery issue in federal politics.                                     1909
Argument of Wendell Phillips, Esq. against the repeal of the personal
liberty law : before the committee of the legislature, Tuesday, January
29, 1861.                                                                  1861
No slave hunting in the old Bay state : an appeal to the people and
legislature of Massachusetts.                                              1859

Review of Lysander Spooner's essay on the Unconstitutionality of
slavery : reprinted from the "Anti-slavery standard," with additions.      1847
Review of Webster's speech on slavery.                                     1850
Speech of Wendell Phillips at the Melodeon, Thursday evening, Jan.
27, 1853.                                                                  [1853?]
Speeches before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society : January,
1852.                                                                      1852
The disunionist : can abolitionists vote or take office under the United
States Constitution?                                                       1845
The lesson of the hour : lecture of Wendell Phillips, delivered at
Brooklyn, N.Y., Tuesday evening, November 1, 1859.                         [1859]
The philosophy of the abolition movement.                                  1860

Speech of Wendell Phillips, Esq. : at the Worcester Disunion
Convention, January 15, 1857.                                              [1857?]

Facts for white Americans : with a plain hint for dupes, and a bone to
pick for white nigger demagogues and amalgamation abolitionists,
including the parentage, brief career, and execution, of amalgamation
abolitionism, whose funeral sermon was preached a                           1839
Letter ... the crops and conditions of the country : the interests of labor
: effects of emancipation : the different races of mankind.                 1866


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Speech of Hon. F.W. Pickens.                                               1851
Speech of Mr. Pickens, of South Carolina, in the House of
Representatives, January 21, 1836, on the abolition question.              1836
The negroes at Port Royal : report of E.L. Pierce, government agent,
to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury.                    1862

The Kansas question : an act organizing the territorial government of
Kansas : extracts from President Pierce's message in regard to the
constitutional relations of slavery; special message of the president in
regard to Kansas affairs; special message of                               1856
A discourse on the covenant with Judas : preached in Hollis-Street
Church, Nov. 6, 1842.                                                      1842
Jamie Parker, the fugitive.                                                1851
Jefferson at Monticello : the private life of Thomas Jefferson : from
entirely new materials ....                                                1862
Letters to the people of the northern states.                              Unknown
The currency and the war : speech of Hon. F.A. Pike, of Maine, in the
House of Representatives, February 5, 1862.                                [1862]
De possessione servi et per servum acquirenda et retinenda.                1862
Acts of the anti-slavery apostles.                                         1883
Stephen Symonds Foster.                                                    [1882]
The church as it is.                                                       1885
Address to the electors of Charleston District, South Carolina, on the
subject of the abolition of slavery.                                       1836
Reflections, occasioned by the late disturbances in Charleston.            1822
Speech of William Pinkney, Esq. in the House of Delegates of
Maryland, at their session in November, 1789.                              1790
The true state of the question : addressed to the petitioners for the
abolition of the slave trade.                                              1792
The husband outwitted by his wife.                                         [c1868]
Which one? and other ante bellum days.                                     [c1910]

The square egg : being a cheap dish for the times : served up for the
public health, with special reference to Democrats and Whigs.              c1852
The slaveholders' rebellion.                                               [1865]
Freedom's defence, or, A candid examination of Mr. Calhoun's report
on the freedom of the press : made to the Senate of the United States,
Feb. 4, 1836.                                                              1836
Speech of Mr. Plumer, of New-Hampshire, on the Missouri question :
delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States,
February 21, 1820.                                                         [1820]

Thoughts on the religious instruction of the negroes of this country.      1848
Echoes from the South : comprising the most important speeches,
proclamations, and public acts emanating from the South during the
late war.                                                                  [1866]
Letters of the Southern spy, in Washington and elsewhere.                  [1861?]




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Life of Jefferson Davis, with a seceret history of the Southern
Confederacy, gathered "behind the scenes in Richmond." : Containing
curous and extraordinary information of the principal southern
characters in the late war, in connection with President Dav                  [1869]
Southern history of the war The first year of the war.                        1863
The two nations : a key to the history of the American war.                   1864
The conflict and triumph : speech of Hon. S.C. Pomeroy, (of Kansas,)
in the Senate of the United States, March 5th, 1866.                          [1866]
Anti-slavery opinions before the year 1800 : read before the Cincinnati
Literary Club, November 16, 1872.                                             1873
The American war: secession and slavery : a lecture delivered at
Tunstall, Staffordshire.                                                      [1863?]
Speech of Hon. Albert G. Porter, of Indiana. Delivered in the House of
Representatives, June 4, 1862.                                                [1862]
Speech of John K. Porter, at the Union ratification meeting, held at
Glens Falls, Oct. 21.                                                         1862

Voto particular sobre la reforma social de Cuba.                              1879

The colonization of Texas.                                                    1882
Historic papers on the causes of the civil war.                               [1909?]
La crise americaine : recueil de documents pouvant servir a l'histoire
de la guerre des Etats Unis. (1859-1860-1861-1862) Le Nord et le
Sud.                                                                          1863

Homme ou singe, ou, La question de l'esclavage aux États-Unis.                1861
Personal reminiscences of the anti-slavery and other reforms and
reformers.                                                                    1899

Amendments to the Constitution : Speech of Hon. L.W. Powell, of Ky.
in reply to Senators Clarke, Hale, and Sumner, delivered in the Senate
of the United States, April 8, 1864, on the joint resolution proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the United                           1864

Review of the lectures of Wm. A. Smith, D.D., on the philosophy and
practice of slavery, as exhibited in the institution of domestic slavery in
the United States : in a series of letters addressed to the author.           1859
A friend of the South in answer to Remarks on Dr. Channing's
Slavery.                                                                      1836
Speech of the Hon. Samuel Prentiss, of Vermont, upon the question
of reception of the Vermont resolutions, on the subject of the
admission of Texas, the domestic slave trade, and slavery in the
District of Columbia.                                                         1838
Beechenbrook : a rhyme of the war.                                            1865
Speech of the Hon. Mr. Preston, on the abolition question.                    [1836]
The Ohio anti-slavery convention of 1836.                                     1936
Slavery in America : with notices of the present state of slavery and
the slave trade throughout the world.                                         1837
Bible defence of slavery, and origin fortunes, and history of the Negro
race.                                                                         1852




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Slavery, as it relates to the Negro, or African race : examined in the
light of circumstances, history and the Holy Scriptures : with an
account of the origin of the black man's color, causes of his state of
servitude and traces of his character as well i                               1843
Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania : argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the
United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all
the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slave                     1842

The year of jubilee, but not to Africans : a discourse, delivered July
4th, 1825, being the 49th anniversary of American independence.               1825
Slavery in the southern states.                                               1852
Chicago's first great lawsuit.                                                [1915]

Speech of Hon. George E. Pugh, of Ohio, on the state of the Union :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, December 20, 1860.              [1860]
Territorial policy.                                                           [1860]
Speech of Hon. James L. Pugh, of Alabama, on the election of
speaker : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 11,
1860.                                                                         [1860]
The blast of a trumpet in Zion : calling upon every son and daughter of
Wesley, in Great Britain and Ireland, to aid their brethren in America in
purifying their American Zion from slavery.                                   1860
Speech of Hon. Samuel A. Purviance, of Pennsylvania, on the slavery
and presidential questions : delivered in the House of
Representatives, August 4, 1856.                                              1856
A tribute to the memory of Thomas Shipley, the philanthropist :
delivered at St. Thomas' Church, November 23d, 1836.                          1836
God and our country : a discourse delivered in the First
Congregational Church in Roxbury, on Fast Day, April 8, 1847.                 1847
An address, delivered at Concord, N.H., December 25, 1835, before
the Female anti-slavery society of that place.                                1836
The Baptists and slavery, 1840-1845.                                          1913
Tragedy of errors.                                                            1862
Tragedy of success.                                                           1862
Essay on negro emancipation.                                                  1832

Illustrated school history of the United States and the adjacent parts of
America, from the earliest discoveries to the present time ....               1857
The doctrine of non-intervention with slavery in the territories.             1910
The wolf detected, or, Political abolition exposed.                           1845
The overthrow of American slavery : containing descriptions of
important events and sketches of some of the prominent actors.                1885
An examination of the charges of Mr. John Scoble & Mr. Lewis
Tappan against the American Anti-slavery Society.                             1852
Speech of John A. Quitman, of Mississippi : on the subject of the
neutrality laws : delivered in committee of the whole house on the
state of the Union, April 29, 1856.                                           1856
Observations sur l'origine et les progrès du préjugé des colons blancs
contre les hommes de couleur : sur les inconvéniens de le perpétuer;
la nécessité, la facilité de le détruire; sur le projet du Comité colonial,
etc.                                                                          1791


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Objections to the abolition of the slave trade, with answers : to which
are prefixed, strictures on a late publication, intitled, "Considerations
on the emancipation of Negroes, and the abolition of the slave trade,
by a West India planter"                                                    1788
The slave-catcher caught in the meshes of eternal law.                      1852
The cabin and parlor, or, Slaves and masters.                               [c1852]
A review of the statement of the faculty of Lane seminary : in relation
to the recent difficulties in that institution.                             1835
An address to the churches : in relation to slavery : delivered at the
first anniversary of the Ohio State Anti-slavery Society.                   1836
Letters on American slavery : addressed to Mr. Thomas Rankin,
merchant at Middlebrook, Augusta Co., Va.                                   1833
Memoirs speeches and writings of Robert Rantoul, Jr.                        1854
The fugitive slave law Speech of Hon. Robert Rantoul, Jr., of Beverly,
Mass., delivered before the Grand Mass Convention of the
Democratic Voters of the Second Congressional District of
Massachusetts. Holden at Lynn, Thursday, April 3, 1851.                     [1851]

Trial of Thomas Sims, on an issue of personal liberty, on the claim of
James Potter, of Georgia, against him, as an alleged fugitive from
service : arguments of Robert Rantoul, Jr., and Charles G. Loring,
with the decision of George T. Curtis, Boston, Apr                          1851
Bible view of slavery : a discourse, delivered at the Jewish synagogue,
"Bnai Jeshurum," New York, on the day of the national fast, Jan. 4,
1861.                                                                       1861
The American tars in Tripolitan slavery : containing an account of the
loss and capture of the United States frigate Philadelphia ; treatment
and sufferings of the prisoners ; description of the place ; manners,
customs, &c., of the Tripolitans ; public t                                 1911
The Missouri question.                                                      1819
Disunion and slavery : a series of letters to Hon. W.L. Yancey, of
Alabama.                                                                    [1861?]
Restoration and the President's policy : speech of Hon. H . J.
Raymond of New York on changing the basis of representation, and in
reply to Hon. S. Shellabarger of Ohio, in the House of
Representatives, January 29, 1866.                                          1866

Speech of Mr. Rayner, of North Carolina, on the Treasury Note Bill.         [1841?]
The Negro problem solved, or, Africa as she was, as she is, and as
she shall be : her curse and her cure.                                      1864
Speech of Hon. John M. Read, at the Democratic town meeting in
favor of the Union and California : held in the hall of the Chinese
museum, on Wednesday the 13th March, 1850.                                  [1850]
Speech of Hon. John M. Read, on the power of Congress over the
territories, and in favor of free Kansas, free white labor, and of
Fremont and Dayton : delivered on Tuesday evening, September 30,
1856, at Philadelphia.                                                      1856

Sketch of the life of Samuel Morris, Prince Kaboo.                          [1896]
Speech of Hon. John H. Reagan, of Texas : in the House of
representatives, February 29, 1860.                                         [1860]




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The right of recognition : a sketch of the present policy of the
Confederate States.                                                        1862
The public life of Capt. John Brown.                                       1860
Southern slavery and its relations to northern industry : a lecture
delivered at the Catholic Institute, in Cincinnati, January 24, 1862.      1862
The brothers' war.                                                         1905

A review of Mr. Seward's diplomacy.                                        [1862?]
A letter from Robert S. Reeder, Esq., to Dr. Stouton W. Dent, on the
Colored population of Maryland, and slavery : and a speech on the
proposition to call a convention, by a single act of the legislature, to
change the Constitution, at December session, 1                            1859

A brief review of the "First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery
Society : with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, May
6th, 1834" : addressed to the people of the United States.                 1834
Letters to the Hon. William Jay : being a reply to his "Inquiry into the
American Colonization and American Anti-Slavery Societies"                 1835
Graeco-Roman institutions, from anti-evolutionist points of view :
Roman law, classical slavery, social conditions. Four lectures
delivered before the University of Oxford.                                 1890
King Slavery's council, or, The midnight conclave : a poem.                1844
Trial of Rev. John B. Mahan, for felony : in the Mason Circuit Court of
Kentucky : commencing on Tuesday, the 13th, and terminating on
Monday the 19th of November, 1838.                                         1838
Politico-economic considerations in the Western Reserve's early
slavery controversy.                                                       1943
General Grant and the Republican Party.                                    [1880]
[Letter dated New York, 29 April 1859, to office of Superintendent of
Police, 413 Boone Street, corner of Elm, New York, regarding finding
of a body in the Ohio River].                                              1859

A speech, delivered on the 13th, January, 1802 : before the society,
called Proficuous judicatory ; concerning the advantages that would
be derived from a total abolition of slavery.                              1802
Negro civilization in the South : educational, social and religious
advancement of the colored people. A review of slavery as a civil and
commercial question. The "divine sanction of slavery." A glance at
African history. Ethnological status of the negro,                         1880
African colonization : an address delivered at the fifty-second annual
meeting of the American Colonization Society, held in Washington,
D.C., January 19, 1869.                                                    [1869]
Homes scenes during the rebellion.                                         1875
Slavery : its evils and remedy.                                            1829
The South and the Democratic party.                                        1857

Speech of Mr. Robertson, of Virginia, on his motion to recommit the
Report and resolutions of the select committee on the subject of
abolition : delivered in the House of Representatives, May, 1836.          1836

An essay upon the constitutional rights as to slave property :
republished from the "Southern literary messenger," for Feb. 1840.         1840


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Christianity and war.                                                         [1862?]

The testimony and practice of the Presbyterian Church in reference to
American slavery : with an appendix : containing the position of the
General Assembly (New School), Free Presbyterian Church,
Reformed Presbyterian, Associate, Associate Reformed, Bapti            1852
Pictures of slavery and anti-slavery : advantages of negro slavery and
the benefits of negro freedom, morally, socially, and politically
considered.                                                            1863
Unveiling of the Howitzer monument.                                    [1892]

Why I have not gone to the South.                                             [1858]

States vs. territories : A true solution of the territorial question.         1860

A vision of judgment : an allegorical satire : with an appendix of notes.     1856
Letters on slavery, addressed to the pro-slavery men of America :
showing its illegality in all ages and nations : its destructive war upon
society and government, morals and religion.                                  1855
War pictures : experiences and observations of a chaplain in the U.S.
Army, in the war of the southern rebellion.                                   1863
A collection from the newspaper writings of Nathaniel Peabody
Rogers.                                                                       1847
A collection from the miscellaneous writings of Nathaniel Peabody
Rogers.                                                                       1849
Confiscation and emancipation : speech of Hon. Edward H. Rollins, of
New Hampshire, delivered in the House of representatives, Thursday,
May 22, 1862.                                                                 [1862]
Slavery in the capital of the republic : speech of Hon. E.H. Rollins, of
New Hampshire, in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1862, on
the bill for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the
District of Columbia.                                                         1862
Speech of James S. Rollins, of Boone county, delivered in joint
session of the Senate and House of Representatives, pending the
election for United States senator, February 2d, 1855 : in reply to Mr.
Goode, of St. Louis.                                                          1855
A knowledge of history is conducive to racial solidarity, and other
writings.                                                                     1911
Anti-negro emancipation : an appeal to Mr. Wilberforce.                       1824
Does it answer? : Slavery in America. A history.                              1864
A fast sermon on slavery : delivered April 2, 1835, to the
Congregational Church & Society in Dover, N.H.                                1835
A tract for the times and for the churches : being the substance of a
discourse delivered at South Boston, June, 1845.                              [1845?]
The abolition cause eventually triumphant : a sermon, delivered before
the Anti-Slavery Society of Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 1836.                      1836
The slaveholders' rebellion : its internal causes.                            1865
Memoirs of a reformer, 1832-1892.                                             1893
Chronicles of the rebellion of 1861 : forming a complete history of the
secession movement from its commencement, to which are added the
muster roll of the Union army and explanatory and illustrative notes of
the leading features of the campaign.                                         1861


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Position of the Southern church in relation to slavery : as illustrated in
a letter of Dr. F.A. Ross to Rev. Albert Barnes : with an introduction by
a constitutional Presbyterian.                                             1857

Slavery ordained of God.                                                    1857

Speech of Hon. Thos. Ross, of Pennsylvania, on the admission of
California : delivered in the House of Representatives, April 10, 1850. 1850
Kansas, her struggle and her defense : a discourse preached in the
Plymouth Congregational Church of Chicago, Sabbath afternoon,
June 1, 1856.                                                           1856
African colonization unveiled.                                          [1859?]

Address to the people of West Virginia : shewing that slavery is
injurious to the public welfare, and that it may be gradually abolished,
without detriment to the rights and interests of slaveholders.           1847
Africa's redemption : a discourse on African colonization in its
missionary aspects, and in its relation to slavery and abolition :
preached on Sabbath morning, July 4th, 1852, in the Seventh
Presbyterian church, Penn square, Philadelphia.                          1852
An antidote for a poisonous combination : recently prepared by a
"Citizen of New-York," alias Dr. Reese, entitled, "An appeal to the
reason and religion of American Christians," &c. : also, David Meredith
Reese's "Humbugs" dissected.                                             1838

The "extinguisher" extinguished! or, David M. Reese, M.D., "used up" 1834

The North and South, or, Slavery and its contrasts : a tale of real life.   1852
Expostulatory letter to George Washington, of Mount Vernon, in
Virginia, on his continuing to be a proprietor of slaves.                   1797
The slave chase : from the entertainment of negro life in freedom & in
slavery.                                                                    [18--?]
The civil war in America.                                                   [1861]
Negro slavery, or, Crime of the clergy ; a treatise on chattel and wage
slavery, presenting a brief historical discussion of the Negro problem
in America.                                                                 1923
The American Union An address, delivered before the alumni
association of the Columbian college, D. C., June 23, 1857.                 1857
The crisis.                                                                 1863

Shall slavery be extended? : speech of Hon. W.A. Sackett, of New
York, in the House of representatives, March 4, 1850, in committee of
the whole on the state of the Union, on the President's message
communicating the constitution of California.                         [1850]

Speech of Hon. Russell Sage, of New York, on the professions and
acts of the President of the United States : the repeal of the Missouri
compromise : the outrages in Kansas : and the sectional influence and
aggressions of the slave power : delivered in th                        1856
Emancipation des esclaves aux colonies françaises : mémoire
présenté au gouvernement.                                               1835




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The life of Henry Dodge, from 1782 to 1833. : With portrait by George
Catlin and maps of the battles of the Pecatonica and Wisconsin
Heights in the Black Hawk war.                                        1890

Slavery in the United States : A letter to the Hon. Daniel Webster.        1845

Outlines of the history of ethics.                                         1861

Emancipation in the West Indies.                                           1862

John Brown and his friends.                                                [190-?]

Recollections of seventy years.                                            1909
La esclavitud en Cuba : discurso pronunciado en la tercera
Conferencia abolicionista de 1872.                                         1872
The life and public services of Henry Clay.                                1844
Peculiar : a tale of the great transition.                                 1864
Les États Confédérés et l'esclavage.                                       1864
An address delivered at Bethel Church, Philadelphia : on the 30th of
September, 1818, before the Pennsylvania Augustine Society for the
Education of People of Colour.                                             1818


A memoir presented to the American Convention for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race,
December 11th, 1818 : containing some remarks upon the civil
dissentions of the hitherto afflicted people of Hayti, as t            1818

The origin of the Giddings resolutions.                                    1938
Southern institutes, or, An inquiry into the origin and early prevalence
of slavery and the slave-trade : with an analysis of the laws, history,
and government of the institution in the principal nations, ancient and
modern, from the earliest ages down to                                     1858
A dissertation on servitude : embracing an examination of the
Scripture doctrines on the subject, and an inquiry into the character
and relations of slavery.                                                  1837

Paper presented to the General anti-slavery convention.                    [1840]
A book for the "impending crisis!" : appeal to the common sense and
patriotism of the people of the United States : "helperism" annihilated!
: the "irrepressible conflict" and its consequences!                       1860
Slavery and the Bible : A tract for the times.                             1861
Studien zur geschichte der sklaverei im frühmittelalter.                   1913
A digression respectfully dedicated to the colored citizens of the
United States.                                                             1883
Burst asunder! : rich results from what to the human comprehension
appeared an inhuman wrong.                                                 c1892
The story of John Brown's raid and capture, and the founding of
historic Harper's Ferry : also: will slavery in the United States be
instrumental in redeeming Africa? ....                                     c1895
Das pflichttheilsrecht des patronus und des parens manumissor : Eine
rechtsgeschichtliche abhandlung von dr. Adolf Schmidt.                     1868


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Abolition de l'esclavage : examen critique du préjugé contre la couleur
des Africains et des sang-mêlés.                                          1840
Exhibition catalogue : first annual exhibition of books, manuscripts,
paintings, engravings, sculptures, et cetera.                             [1918?]
Abraham Lincoln : an essay.                                               1891
Douglas and popular sovereignty : speech of Carl Schurz, of
Wisconsin, in Hampden Hall, Springfield, Mass., January 4, 1860 :
also, remarks of senator Doolittle of Wisconsin, on the occasion of the
late anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims, as celeb                 1860

Douglas and popular sovereignty : speech of Carl Schurz, of
Wisconsin, in Hampden Hall, Springfield, Mass., January 4, 1860.          [1860]
Judge Douglas--the bill of indictment : speech by Carl Schurz :
delivered at the Cooper Institute, New-York, Sept. 13, 1860.              [1860]
Speech of Carl Schurz : delivered in Brooklyn, New York, October 7th,
1864.                                                                     [1864]
The great issue of American politics : speech of.                         [1860.]
The irrepressible conflict and the dissolution of the union : speech of
Carl Schurz, of Wisconsin, at Verandah Hall, St. Louis, Missouri,
August 1, 1860.                                                           [1860?]
British Guiana : Speech delivered at the anti-slavery meeting in Exeter
hall, on Wednesday, the 4th of April, 1838.                               1838
Texas : its claims to be recognised as an independent power by Great
Britain.                                                                  1839
Mr. Scott's speech on the Missouri question, in the House of
representatives of the United States.                                     1820
Address to the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
... presented during its session in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 19, 1836 : to
which is added the speech of the Rev. Mr. Scott delivered on the floor
of the General Conference, May 27th, 1836.                                1836
An appeal to the Methodist Episcopal Church.                              1838
The grounds of secession from the M. E. Church, or, Book for the
times : being an examination of her connection with slavery, and also
of her form of government.                                                1851
Speech of R.E. Scott of Fauquier, on certain resolutions touching the
action of Congress on the subject of slavery.                             1849

Emigration of free and emancipated negroes to Africa : an address
delivered at the annual meeting of the Louisiana State Colonization
Society : in the Presbyterian church on Lafayette Square, March the
7th, 1850, and repeated at the request of the same so                     1853
Review of the Rev. U.C. Burnap's sermon on Bible servitude.               1844
A concise view of the critical situation, and future prospects of the
slave-holding states, in relation to their coloured population.           1825
An appeal to the people of the northern and eastern states, on the
subject of negro slavery in South Carolina.                               1834
American slavery distinguished from the slavery of English theorists
and justified by the law of nature.                                       1861

Commentaries on the constitutions and laws, peoples and history, of
the United States : and upon the great rebellion and its causes.          1863




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Washington, our example : the father of a nation will restore it to
peace.                                                                         1865
Hon. David Sears' plan for emancipation.                                       [1857]
Revolution or reform : a discourse occasioned by the present crisis :
preached at Wayland, Mass., Sunday, June 15, 1856.                             [1856]
The practicability of the abolition of slavery : a lecture, delivered at the
Lyceum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, February, 1831.                          1831

Thoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States :
first published in the New York Evening post, under the signature of
Veto, (Theodore Sedgwick) : together with the address of Albert
Gallatin, LL.D., delivered at the Tabernacle meeting,                    1844
Letter of Hon. Joseph Segar, to a friend in Virginia : in vindication of
his course in declining to follow his state into secession.              1862
Speech of Mr. Joseph Segar, (of Elizabeth City and Warwick) on the
Wilmot Proviso : delivered in the House of delegates, January 19,
1849.                                                                    1849

Criticism on the Declaration of Independence, as a literary document. 1846

...Lincoln's suspension of habeas corpus as viewed by Congress.                1907
American slavery : a reprint of an article on "Uncle Tom's cabin," of
which a portion was inserted in the 206th number of the "Edinburgh
review" : and of Mr. Sumner's speech of the 19th and 20th of May,
1856.                                                                          [1862]
Speech of Mr. Sergeant, on the Missouri question : in the House of
Representatives of the U. States.                                              [1820?]
Americans against liberty, or, An essay on the nature and principles of
true freedom, shewing that the designs and conduct of the Americans
tend only to tyranny and slavery.                                              1775
Destiny of the United States : speech delivered by William H. Seward,
at St. Paul, September 18, 1860.                                               [1860]
Freedom and public faith : speech of William H. Seward, on the
abrogation of the Missouri compromise, in the Kansas and Nebraska
bills : Senate of the United States, February 17, 1854.                        1854
Freedom and the Union : speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate
of the United States : in vindication of freedom and the Union,
Wednesday, February 29, 1860.                                                  1860
Freedom in Kansas : closing speech of William H. Seward, in the
Senate of the United States, April 30, 1858.                                   1858
Freedom in Kansas : speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate of
the United States, March 3, 1858.                                              1858
Freiheit in Kansas : rede im Senate der Vereinigten Staaten : gehalten
am 3. März, 1858.                                                              [1858?]
Immigrant white free labor or imported Black African slave labor :
speech of William H. Seward, at Oswego, New York, November 3,
1856.                                                                          [1857?]
Senator Seward's western tour.                                                 [1860?]
Speech of Hon. William H. Seward, for the immediate admission of
Kansas into the Union : delivered in the Senate of the United States,
April 9, 1856.                                                                 [1856]




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Speech of Wiliam H. Seward, on emancipation in the District of
Columbia.                                                                    1850
Speech of William H. Seward, on the admission of California.                 1850
Speeches of Hon. William H. Seward and Hon. Lewis Cass on the
subject of slavery : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March
1850.                                                                        1850
The dangers of extending slavery, and the contest and the crisis.            1856
The irrepressible conflict : a speech by William H. Seward : delivered
at Rochester, Monday, Oct. 25, 1858.                                         [1859?]
The national divergence and return : speech of William H. Seward, at
Detroit, September 4, 1860.                                                  [1860]
The slaveholding class dominant in the republic : Speech of William
H. Seward, at Detroit, October 2, 1856.                                      1857
The state of the country : speech of William H. Seward, in the United
States Senate, February 29, 1860.                                            [1860]
The Union : speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate of the United
States, January 12, 1861.                                                    [1861?]
The usurpations of slavery : speech of William H. Seward, in the
Senate of the United States, on the bill to protect officers of the United
States, February 23, 1855.                                                   [1855?]
The West : its destiny and its duty.                                         [1860?]
Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour : at the Academy of music, Brooklyn,
October 22, 1862.                                                            [1862]
The war in America : being an historical and political account of the
southern and northern states : showing the origin and cause of the
present secession war : with a large map of the United States,
engraved with steel.                                                         [1862]
The autobiography of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler.                             1909
The end to the slavery controversy.                                          Unknown
An address delivered before the Pro-slavery Convention of the State
of Missouri, held in Lexington, July 13, 1855, on domestic slavery : as
examined in the light of Scripture, of natural rights, of civil
government, and the constitutional power of Congres                          1855
A tract on the law of nature, and principles of action in man.               1777

An essay on slavery : proving from Scripture its inconsistency with
humanity and religion ; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The
African trade for negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles
of humanity, and with the laws of revealed re                                1773
Extract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland : wherein is
demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade, in
order to favour the illegalities of our colonies, where the two first
foundations of English law (two witnesses of God), are                       1797
Letter from Granville Sharp, Esq., of London, to the Maryland Society
for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes
and Others, Unlawfully Held in Bondage.                                      1793
Illegality of slavery.                                                       [18--?]
Political sin and political righteousness.                                   [18--?]
Africa and colonization : an address delivered before the
Massachusetts Colonization Society, May 27, 1857.                            1857




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The relations of the Constitution and of public law to rebellion : speech
of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of Ohio, delivered in the House of
Representatives, February 24, 1862.                                       [1862]
Slavery in the United States of America : its national recognition and
relations, from the establishment of the confederacy to the present
time : a word to the North and the South.                                 1860

Battle of Pittsburg Landing - Volunteers of Ohio : remarks of Hon.
John Sherman, of Ohio, in Senate of the United States, May 9, 1862.       [1862]
Lecompton Constitution : speech of Hon. John Sherman of Ohio in the
House of Representatives, Jan. 28, 1858, on the admission of Kansas
as a state under the Lecompton Constitution.                              [1858?]
Letter from Hon. John Sherman, of Ohio : in reply to an invitation from
"The working members of the People's Party," to attend a public
dinner, at Samson Street Hall, in the city of Philadelphia, Friday
evening December 28, 1860.                                                [1860]
Shall the United States be coerced by a state? : speech of Hon. John
Sherman, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, January
18, 1861.                                                                 [1861]
Slaves and slavery, how affected by the war.                              [1862]
Slavocracy against democracy--the great cause of the rebellion :
remarks of the Hon. Lorenzo Sherwood, ex-member of the Texan
Legislature, on the course of the slaveholders' conspiracy against
democratic government.                                                    [1862?]
Extracts from an address to the Society of Friends.                       [18--?]

History of the Oberlin-Wellington Rescue.                                 1859

Speech of Hon. Eli S. Shorter, of Alabama, on the Massachusetts
personal liberty bill and constitutional rights of the South.             1856
Kentucky neutrality in 1861.                                              1923
Die Sklaverei im Lichte der Heiligen Schrift betrachtet.                  1863

Promptuario das leis de manumissao, ou, Indice alphabetico das
disposicoes da Lei n. 2040 de 28 de setembro de 1871, regulamentos
n. 4835 de 10 de dezembro de 1872, n. 4960 de 8 de marco de 1872,
n. 6341 de 20 de setembro de 1876, e avisos do Ministerio d        1877
Kentucky, Canada, and extradition : the Jesse Happy case.          [1980]

Review of the Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery.                     1836
Two sermons on the kind treatment and on the emancipation of
slaves : preached at Mobile, on Sunday the 10th, and Sunday the 17th
of May, 1840.                                                        1840

Speech of Hon. William E. Simms, of Kentucky on the organization of
the House, and the aggressions of the anti-slavery party of the North :
delivered in the House of Representatives, December 16, 1859.           1859
Horrors of the Virginian slave trade and of the slave-rearing
plantations : the true story of Dinah, an escaped Virginian slave, now
in London, on whose body are eleven scars left by tortures which were
inflicted by her master, her own father : together w                    1863




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Letter of Mr. Sims of South Carolina to his constituents.                  [1848]
Freedom or slavery in the United States : being facts and testimonies
for the consideration of the British people.                               [1862]
Speech of Mr. Skelton, of New Jersey, in the House of
Representatives, Feb. 14, 1854 : against the repeal of the Missouri
compromise.                                                                [1854?]
The down-trodden, or, Black blood and white.                               1853
Speech of Mr. Slade of Vermont, on the subject of the abolition of
slavery and the slave trade within the District of Columbia : delivered
in the House of Representatives, December 23, 1835.                        1836
Speech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the right of petition : the power of
Congress to abolish slavery and the slave trade in the District of
Columbia : the implied faith of the North and the South to each other
in forming the Constitution : and the princip                              1840
The Virginian history of African colonization.                             1855
Speech of Rev. Henry Slicer, delivered in the general conference at
Indianapolis, 28th May, 1856 : on the subject of the proposed change
in the Methodist discipline, making non-slaveholding a test or
condition of membership in said church.                                    [1856]
The great question answered, or, Is slavery a sin in itself (per se?) :
answered according to the teaching of the Scriptures.                      1857
Life and work of J. R. W. Sloane : D. D., professor of theology in the
Reformed Presbyterian seminary at Allegheny City, Penn. 1868-1886
and pastor of the Third Reformed Presbyterian church, New York,
1856-1868.                                                                 1888
Review of Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke's discourse on "The character and
influence of abolitionism" : a sermon preached in the Third Reformed
Presbyterian Church, Twenty-third street, New York, on Sabbath
evening, December 23, 1860.                                                1861

The war, and how to end it.                                                1861

An inquiry into the nature and character of ancient and modern slavery
: to which is added a brief review of a book entitled, Testimony of God
against slavery by Rev. La Roy Sunderland ....                          1836
Slavery and the church : two letters addressed to Rev. N.L. Rice,
D.D., in reply to his letters to the Congregational deputation, on the
subject of slavery : also, a letter to Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D.D., in
answer to the "South side view of slavery"                              1856

Executive vetoes : speech of Caleb B. Smith, of Indiana, on the veto
power : delivered in the House of Representatives, July 21, 1848.          1848

A history of Oberlin, or, New lights of the West : embracing the
conduct and character of the officers and students of the institution :
together with the colonists, from the founding of the institution.         1837
An inquiry into scriptural and ancient servitude : in which it is shown
that neither was chattel slavery : with the remedy for American
slavery.                                                                   1852




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An inquiry into scriptural and ancient servitude : in which it is shown
that neither was chattel slavery : with the remedy for American
slavery.                                                                     1852
Speech of Rev. E. Smith : at the Liberty Party Convention, of Ohio, at
Mt. Vernon, June 9th, 1842 ....                                              [1842?]

A discourse, delivered April 11, 1798, at the request of and before the
New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and
Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberated.                   1798
Our country, and our country's constitution and laws : a discourse
delivered on Thanksgiving Day, December 12th, 1850, in the Chelsea
Presbyterian Church, New York.                                               1851
Memoir of Frederick Smith.                                                   [18--?]
A letter to Hon. Stephen C. Phillips, of Salem, Mass.                        1846
Speeches and letters of Gerrit Smith 1843-1873.                              [n.d.]
A letter to Elizabeth C. Stanton.                                            1855
Letter of Gerrit Smith to Rev. James Smylie : of the state of
Mississippi.                                                                 1837
Letter of Gerrit Smith to S.P. Chase : on the unconstitutionality of
every part of American slavery.                                              1847
Letter of Gerrit Smith, to Hon. Henry Clay.                                  1839
Letters of Gerrit Smith to Hon. Gulian C. Verplanck.                         1837
Sermons and speeches of Gerrit Smith.                                        1861
Speech of Gerrit Smith, on war : in Congress, January 18, 1854.              1854
Speeches and letters of Gerrit Smith 1843-1873.                              [n.d.]
Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress.                                        1855
Speeches of Gerrit Smith in Congress.                                        1856
Substance of the speech made by Gerrit Smith in the Capitol of the
state of New York : March 11th and 12th.                                     1850
The crime of the abolitionists : speech of Gerrit Smith in the meeting
of the New York Anti-Slavery Society, held in Peterboro : October 22d
1835.                                                                        [1862?]

A letter to a Whig member of the Southern Independence Association.          1864
Does the Bible sanction American slavery?                                    1863
The civil war in America : an address read at the last meeting of the
Manchester Union and emancipation society.                                   1866
Slavery.                                                                     [1845?]
Something of advantage to you.                                               [185-?]
Autobiography : including also reminiscences of slave life,
recollections of the war, education of freedmen, causes of the exodus,
etc.                                                                         1881
Is slavery sinful? : being partial discussions of the proposition, Slavery
is sinful, between Ovid Butler, Esq., a bishop of the Christian Church,
at Indianapolis, Ind., and Jeremiah Smith, Esq., late judge of the 11th
and 13th judicial circuits, Ind. : a                                         1863
Address on the acts and deliverances of the General assembly of the
Old school Presbyterian church, during the past five years, on the
state of the country.                                                        1866
The higher law, or, Christ and his law supreme.                              1852
The great American crisis, or, Cause and cure of the rebellion :
embracing phrenological characters ....                                      1862


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Parties and slavery, 1850-1859.                                             1906
The Liberty and Free Soil Parties in the Northwest : Toppan Prize
Essay of 1896.                                                              1897
Considerations on the slavery question : addressed to the President of
the United States.                                                          [1862]
Speech of Truman Smith, of Connecticut, on the Nebraska question :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 10 and 11,
1854.                                                                       1854
A political history of slavery : being an account of the slavery
controversy from the earliest agitations to the eighteenth century to
the close of their reconstruction period in America.                        1903
The first fugitive slave case of record in Ohio.                            1894
Slavery restriction in conflict with judicial authority : Speech of Hon.
William N.H. Smith, of North Carolina.                                      [1860]
The crisis, its responsibilities and perils : Speech of the Hon. William
N.H. Smith, of North Carolina.                                              [1861]
Kansas contested election : speech of Mr. Smith, of Alabama, in the
House of Representatives, March 10, 1856, on the resolution reported
by the Committee of Elections in the contested-election case from the
territory of Kansas : resolved, that the Committ                            [1856?]

The history and debates of the Convention of the people of Alabama :
begun and held in the city of Montgomery, on the seventh day of
January, 1861 : in which is preserved the speeches of the secret
sessions and many valuable state papers.                                    1861
Speech of Hon. Nathaniel B. Smithers, of Delaware, on the
Confiscation bill : Delivered in the House of Representatives Jan. 28,
1864.                                                                       [1864]
Speech of Mr. Smyth, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri.             [1820]
Ethel Somers, or, The fate of the Union.                                    1857
American slavery contrasted with Bible servitude.                           1857
Catechism for free working men.                                             [186-?]
Popular sovereignty : the reviewer reviewed.                                [1859?]
Qvattro orationi de M. Bartolomeo Spathaphòra di Moncata ... : L'vna
in morte Serenissimo Marc' Antonio Triuisano. L'altra nella creatione
del Serenissimo Francesco Veniero principe di Venetia, et una in
difesa della seruitù. L'altra in difesa della disco                         1554

The duty of the hour.                                                       1863
Our country and its cause : a discourse preached October 2d, 1864, in
the South Presbyterian Church, of Brooklyn.                                 1864
The law-abiding conscience, and the higher law conscience : with
remarks on the fugitive slave question : a sermon, preached in the
South Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Dec. 12, 1850.                         1850
The nation's blessing in trial : a sermon preached in the South
Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, November 27th, 1862.                       1862
The American slave-trade : an account of its origin, growth and
suppression.                                                                1900
James Speed, a personality.                                                 1914
A letter from a gentleman of Baltimore, to his friend in the state of New
York, on the subject of slavery.                                            1842




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An appeal for freedom : made in the Assembly of the State of New
York, March 7th, 1859.                                                    1859
Comparative claims of home and foreign missions : a sermon
preached in the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn on the day of
the annual contribution for home missions, April 2d, 1843.                1843
Fugitive slave law : the religious duty of obedience to law : a sermon
preached in the Second Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn, Nov. 24,
1850.                                                                     1850
National accountability : a sermon preached May 14, 1841, the day of
the national fast, observed on account of the death of the president of
the United States.                                                        1841

The national warning : a sermon, preached on the Sabbath after the
death of General Wm. H. Harrison, late president of the United States.    1841
The Jerry rescue, October 1, 1851.                                        1924
The slavery question during the terms of office of John Whitehill and
Robert Jenkins : congressmen from Lancaster County from 1803 to
1807 and 1807 to 1811, respectively.                                      1911
The higher law tried by reason and authority.                             1851
A defence for fugitive slaves against the acts of Congress of February
12, 1793 and September 18, 1850.                                          1850
The unconstitutionality of slavery.                                       [184-?]
The unconstitutionality of slavery.                                       1853

Our home and foreign policy : November, 1863.                             1863

Negro ideals.                                                             [1901]
Mr. Borthwick's description of slavery, and his discussions with the
Rev. Edward Dewdney, A.M. and the Rev. Messrs. Price and Knibb, at
... Bath, examined, and his sophistry exposed.                            1833
Letter from Mr. Stanly, of N.C. to Mr. Botts, of Virginia.                [1840]
Speech of Edw. Stanly, of North Carolina, establishing proofs that the
abolitionists are opposed to Gen. Harrison, and that Gen. Harrison is
opposed to their "unconstitutional efforts"                               [1840]

Negro equality--the right of one man to hold property in another--the
Democratic Party a disunion party--the success of the Republican
Party the only salvation for the country : speech of Hon. Benjamin
Stanton, of Ohio : delivered in the House of Represen                     [1860]

The slave's appeal.                                                       1860
The frauds in Kansas illustrated : speech of Hon. Frederick P.
Stanton, late acting Governor of Kansas, at the Chinese Assembly
Rooms, New York, February 17, 1858.                                       [1858]
Remarks of Henry B. Stanton : in the Representatives' Hall, on the
23d and 24th of February, 1837, before the Committee of the House
of Representatives of Massachusetts, to whom was referred sundry
memorials on the subject of slavery.                                      1837
The church and the rebellion : a consideration of the rebellion against
the government of the United States, and the agency of the church,
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Vindication of the General assembly of the Presbyterian Church (O.S.)
of 1866, from the aspersions of Rev. William Brown, D.D.              [1876?]

A sermon on the "irrepressible conflict"                                   1859
The slaveholder abroad, or, Billy Buck's visit, with his master, to
England : a series of letters from Dr. Pleasant Jones to Major Joseph
Jones, of Georgia.                                                         1860
Letters for the people, on the present crisis.                             [1853?]
What shall be done with the people of color in the United States? : a
discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church of Penn Yan,
New York, November 2d, 1862.                                               1862
The way to abolish slavery.                                                1849
The life and public services of George Luther Stearns.                     1907
Right and wrong, in Mansfield, Mass., or, An account of the pro-
slavery mob of October 10th, 1836 : when an anti-slavery lecturer
[Charles C. Burleigh] was silenced by the beat of drums, &c., with
some reasoning in favor of emancipation.                                   1837
Necessities of the war and the conditions of success in it : a sermon
preached in the village church, before the college and the united
congregations of the town of Amherst, Mass., on the national fast day,
Thursday, September 26, 1861.                                              1861
Slavery, in its present aspects and relations : a sermon preached on
Fast Day, April 6, 1854, at Cambridge, Mass.                               1854
Facts and opinions touching the real origin, character, and influence of
the American Colonization Society : views of Wilberforce, Clarkson,
and others, and opinions of the free people of color of the United
States.                                                                    1853

Narrative of a five years' expedition against the revolted Negroes of
Surinam in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America, from the year
1772 to 1777 : elucidating the history of that country, and describing
its productions, viz. quadrupedes, birds, fis                              1813
Thanksgiving by faith for our country's future : a national thanksgiving
sermon, delivered at the Methodist E. Church, Lima, August 6th,
1863, before the united congregations.                                     1863
Thanksgiving by faith for our country's future : a national thanksgiving
sermon, delivered at the Methodist E. Church, Lima, August 6th,
1863, before the united congregations.                                     1863
Speech of Hon. John B. Steele, of New York, on the question of
slavery.                                                                   [1862]
American slavery : a sermon, preacehd at Christ church chapel,
Bridgwater, on Sunday, May the first, 1853.                                [1853]
England enslaved by her own slave colonies : an address to the
electors and people of the United Kingdom.                                 1826

West-Indian pretensions refuted : being an extract from the preface of
a work, entitled "The slavery of the British West-India colonies
delineated, as it exists in law and practice, and compared with the
slavery of other countries, ancient and modern"                        1824
A constitutional view of the late war between the states; its causes,
character, conduct and results presented in a series of colloquies at
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Carpenter's picture, Lincoln and emancipation : speech of the Hon.
Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia, in the House of Representatives,
12th of February, 1878.                                             [1878]
Hagar the martyr, or, Passion and reality : a tale of the North and
South.                                                              1855

A statement of facts, submitted to the Right Hon. Lord Glenelg, His
Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the colonies : preparatory to
an appeal about to be made by the author, to the Commons of Great
Britain, seeking redress for grievances of a mos                              1837
The Black Republican.                                                         1856

Letter to John L. Carey, on the subject of slavery.                           1845
Constitutional arguments indicating the rights and policy of the
southern states.                                                              1832

Speech of Hon. T. Stevens : in reply to attack on Gen. Hunter's letter.       [1862]
Speech of Hon. T. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of
Representatives, March 19, 1867 : on the bill (H.R. no. 20) relative to
damages to loyal men, and for other purposes.                                 [1867?]
Speech of Mr. Thaddeus Stevens, of Pennsylvania, in the House of
Representatives : on the reference of the President's annual message
: made in Committee of the Whole, February 20, 1850.                          [1850?]
The slave in history : his sorrows and his emancipation.                      1904
Twenty-two years a slave, and forty years a free man : embracing a
correspondence of several years, while president of Wilberforce
Colony, London, Canada West.                                                  1857
A legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New
Jersey : at the May term, 1845, at Trenton, for the deliverance of four
thousand persons from bondage.                                                1845
Writings and speeches of Alvan Stewart, on slavery.                           1860

The West India question : immediate emancipation would be safe for
masters; profitable for the masters; happy for the slaves; right in the
government; advantageous to the nation; would interfere with no
feelings but such as are disgraceful and distructive                    1835
Famed in American history : the lives of John Adams and John Quincy
Adams, father and son, each a former president of the United States
....                                                                    [c1906]
Organization of the House : speech of Hon. James A. Stewart, of
Maryland, in the House of Representatives, December 12, 1859.           [1859]

Powers of the government of the United States--federal, state, and
territorial : Speech of Hon. James A. Stewart, of Maryland, on African
slavery, its status--natural, moral, social, legal, and constitutional ....   1856
Speech on the slavery resolutions : delivered in the General Assembly
which met in Detroit in May last.                                             1850
The national controversy, or, The voice of the fathers upon the state
of the country.                                                               1861
An address, delivere before the Georgia Democratic state convention,
held at Milledgeville, July 4th, 1856.                                        1856




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How a free people conduct a long war.                                         [1863]
Interesting correspondence : letter of Commodore Stockton on the
slavery question.                                                             1850
American sovereignty : a short sermon delivered in the National Hall
of Representatives, Sabbath morning, July 28, 1861 : and now
published by request.                                                         1861
Emancipation : a discourse delivered in Park street church on fast day
morning, April 3, 1862.                                                       1862
Emancipation.                                                                 [1862]
Slavery and the Bible, or, Slavery as seen in its punishment.                 1863
An address before the Salem Female Anti-Slavery Society : at its
annual meeting, December 7, 1851.                                             1852
Mob, under pretense of law, or, The arrest and trial of Rev. George
Storrs at Northfield, N.H., with the circumstances connected with that
affair and remarks thereon.                                                   1835
Mob, under pretence of law, or, The arrest and trial of Rev. George
Storrs at Northfield, N.H. : with the circumstances connected with that
affair and remarks thereon.                                                   1835

American slavery, and the means of its removal : a sermon, preached
in the First Congregational Church, Braintree, April 4, 1844.       1844

The obligation of man to obey the civil law: its ground, and its extent :
a discourse delivered December 12, 1850, on occasion of the public
Thanksgiving : in the Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N.Y.                  1850
The story of "Uncle Tom's cabin"                                              [1897]
The writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe : with biographical
introductions, portraits and other illustrations.                             1896
Uncle Sam's emancipation ; Earthly care, a heavenly discipline : and
other sketches.                                                               1853
A reply to "The affectionate and Christian address of many thousands
of women of Great Britain and Ireland, to their sisters, the women of
the United States of America"                                                 1863
Mrs. H.B. Stowe on Dr. Monod and the American Tract Society :
considered in relation to American slavery.                                   [1858]
Report of the Holden slave case : tried at the January term of the
Court of Common Pleas, for the County of Worcester, A.D. 1839.                1839
American slavery essentially sinful : a sermon.                               1845

Two tracts for the times : the one entitled "Negro-slavery, no evil"          1855
A brief examination of scripture testimony on the institution of slavery :
in an essay, first published in the Religious herald and republished by
request, with remarks on a review of the essay.                               1841
Scriptural and statistical views in favor of slavery.                         1856
Slavery: its origin, nature, and history : considered in the light of Bible
teachings, moral justice, and political wisdom.                               1861
Ein abriss der gesetze betreffend die sklaverei in verschiedenen
staaten der vereinigten staaten von Amerika.                                  1856

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A memoir of Granville Sharp : to which is added Sharp's "Law of
passive obedience," and an extract from his "Law of retribution"            1836

The West India question : immediate emancipation would be safe for
the masters, profitable for the masters, happy for the slaves, right in
the government, advantageous to the nation, would interfere with no
feelings but such as are disgraceful and destruc                            1835
Speech of Hon. C.E. Stuart, of Michigan, on the Lecompton
Constitution, and the report of the Committee of Conference :
delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 28, 1858.               [1858?]
Civil government.                                                           1851
Napoleon Jackson, the gentleman of the plush rocker.                        1902
West India "compensation" to the owners of slaves ... : Its history and
its results.                                                                [1893]
A visit to the United States in 1841.                                       1842
The West Indies in 1837 : being the journal of a visit to Antigua,
Monsterrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbadoes, and Jamaica :
undertaken for the purpose of ascertaining the actual condition of the
Negro population of those islands.                                          1838
An address, delivered before the citizens of Becket, Mass. January
18, 1839 : upon the subject of slavery.                                     1839
Letters against the immediate abolition of slavery : addressed to the
free blacks of the non-slave-holding states.                                1835
The limits of responsiblity in reforms.                                     1861
The crime against Kansas : the apologies for the crime, the true
remedy.                                                                     1856
White slavery in the Barbary States : a lecture before the Boston
Mercantile Library Association, Feb. 17, 1847.                              1847
"No property in man."                                                       [1864]

A lecture on the anti-slavery enterprise : its necessity, practicability,
and dignity, with glimpses of the special duties of the North.              1855

Argument of Charles Sumner, Esq., against the constitutionality of
separate colored schools : in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. the City
of Boston : before the Supreme Court of Mass., Dec. 4, 1849.            1849

Defence of Massachusetts : speeches of Hon. Charles Sumner, on
the Boston memorial for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Bill, and in
reply to Messrs. Jones of Tennessee, Butler of South Carolina, and
Mason of Virginia : in Senate of United States, June 26                     1854
Duties of Massachusetts at this crisis : A speech of Hon. Charles
Sumner, delivered at the Republican Convention at Worcester, Sept.
7, 1854.                                                                    [1854]
Final protest for himself and the clergy of New England against
slavery in Kansas and Nebraska : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on
the night of the passage of the Kansas and Nebraska Bill : in Senate
of the United States, May 25, 1854.                                         1854
Freedom national; slavery sectional : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner,
of Massachusetts, on his motion to repeal the Fugitive slave bill : in
the Senate of the United States, August 26, 1852.                           1852




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International law : speech of Hon. Chas. Sumner, of Massachusetts,
in the Senate of the United States, Thursday, January 9, 1862.              1862
Kansas affairs : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts in
the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1856.                              [1856]
Ransom of slaves at the national capital Speech of Hon. Charles
Sumner, of Massachusetts, on the bill for the abolition of slavery in the
District of Columbia, in the Senate of the United States, March 31,
1862.                                                                       1862
Recent speeches and addresses.                                              1856

Slavery and the rebellion, one and inseparable : Speech of Hon.
Charles Sumner, before the New York Young Men's Republian Union,
at Cooper Institute, New York, on the afternoon of November 5, 1864. 1864
Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner of Massachusetts : for welcome to
Louis Kossuth : made in the Senate of the United States, December
10, 1851.                                                                1851
Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner of Massachusetts on the abolition of
slavery in the District Columbia : delivered in the Senate of the United
States, March 31, 1852.                                                  [1852?]

Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on maritime
rights : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 9, 1862.     1862

The anti-slavery enterprise, its necessity, practicability, and dignity,
with glimpses at the special duties of the North : an address before
the people of New York at the Metropolitan Theatre, May 9, 1855.            1855
The barbarism of slavery : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the bill
for the admission of Kansas as a free state : in the United States
Senate, June 4, 1860.                                                       [1860]
The barbarism of slavery : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, on the bill
for the admission of Kansas as a free state, in the United States
Senate, June 4, 1860.                                                       1860
The crime against Kansas : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of
Massachusetts in the Senate of the United States, May 19, 1856.             [1856]
The crime against Kansas : the apologies for the crime : the true
remedy : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner in the Senate of the United
States, 19th and 20th May, 1856.                                            1856
The crime against Kansas : the apologies for the crime, the true
remedy.                                                                     1856
The crime against Kansas.                                                   [1897]
The demands of freedom : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, in the
Senate of the United States, on his motion to repeal the Fugitive Slave
Bill, February 23, 1855.                                                    [1855?]
The landmark of freedom : speech of Hon. Charles Sumner against
the repeal of the Missouri prohibition of slavery North of 36° 30â : in
the Senate, February 21, 1854.                                              [1854]
The rebellion : its origin and main-spring : an oration.                    1861
The Republican Party : its origin, necessity and permanence : speech
of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the Young Men's Republican Union of
New-York, July 11th, 1860.                                                  1860




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Universal emancipation without compensation : Speech of Hon.
Charles Sumner, on the proposed amendment of the Constitution
abolishing slavery through the United States, in the Senate of the
United States, April 8, l864.                                             [1864]
Usurpation of the Senate : two speeches of Hon. Charles Sumner, on
the imprisonment of Thaddeus Hyatt : in the Senate of the United
States, 12th March and 15th June, 1860.                                   [1960]
God's judgement for national sins.                                        [186-?]
Anti slavery manual : containing a collection of facts and arguments
on American slavery.                                                      1837
Anti-slavery manual : containing a collection of facts and arguments
on American slavery.                                                      1837
Anti-slavery manual : containing a collection of facts and arguments
on American slavery.                                                      1839
The testimony of God against slavery : a collection of passages from
the Bible, which show the sin of holding and treating the human
species as property : with notes : to which is added the testimony of
the civilized world against slavery.                                      1836
The testimony of God against slavery, or, A collection of passages
from the Bible : which show the sin of holding property in man : with
notes.                                                                    1835
Confiscated property : speech of Hon. L.D.M. Sweat, of Maine,
delivered in the House of Representatives, first session, thirty-eighth
Congress, January 20, 1864.                                               [1864?]
Human submission.                                                         1905

An oration on domestic slavery : delivered at the North Meeting-House
in Hartford, on the 12th day of May, A.D. 1791, at the meeting of the
Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and the Relief of
Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage.                                  1791
McClellan's military career reviewed and exposed : the military policy
of the administration set forth and vindicated.                        1864

Half a century.                                                           1880
Du sort des indigènes dans les colonies d'exploitation.                   1901
The constitutional provision respecting fugitives from service or labor :
and the act of Congress, of September 18, 1850.                           1852

National politics : speech of Hon. Albert G. Talbott, of Kentucky,
delivered in the House of Representatives, July 18, 1856, defining his
position on Know Nothingism, Black Republicanism, and Democracy. [1856?]

Speech of the Hon. James Tallmadge, of Duchess County, New York,
in the House of representatives of the United States, on slavery.         1849
Gli ultimi schiavi : con note e illustrazioni dello stesso autore.        1924
Important intelligence from Liberia.                                      [1838?]
Letters respecting a book "dropped from the catalogue" of the
American Sunday School Union : in compliance with the dictation of
the slave power.                                                          1848
The life of Arthur Tappan.                                                1870
Autobiography and writings of George W. Taylor.                           1891




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The Lincoln-Douglas debates and their application to present
problems.                                                                   [1909]
Alleghania : a geographical and statistical memoir : exhibiting the
strength of the Union, and the weakness of slavery, in the mountain
districts of the South.                                                     1862
Negro emancipation and West Indian independence : the true interest
of Great Britain.                                                           1824
Speech of Hon. John L. Taylor, of Ohio : on the Army bill, the veto
power and the Ordinance of 1787 : delivered in the House of
representatives of the United States, August 3, 1848.                       1848
Essay on slavery : as connected with the moral and providential
government of God, and as an element of church organization : with
miscellaneous reflections on the subject of slavery.                        1851
The Bible gives no sanction to slavery.                                     [185-?]
An oration : delivered extempore.                                           1858
The Yankee slave-dealer or, An abolitionist down South : a tale for the
times.                                                                      1860
No fellowship with slavery : a sermon delivered, June 29th, 1856, in
the First Congregational Church, Meriden, Conn.                             1856
The Central American question : speech of Hon. Eli Thayer, of
Massachusetts : delivered in the House of Representatives, January
7, 1858.                                                                    [1858]
The suicide of slavery : Speech of Hon. Eli Thayer, of Mass. Delivered
in the House of representatives, March 25, 1858.                            [1858]
The territorial policy : speech of Eli Thayer, of Mass., in reply to Hon.
Mr. Curtis and Hon. Mr. Gooch : delivered in the U.S. House of
Representatives, May 11, 1860.                                              [1860]

A reply to Mr. Charles Ingersoll's "Letter to a friend in a slave state"    1862
Le christianisme et l'esclavage.                                            1841

The gospel of slavery : a primer of freedom.                                [c1864]
A few suggestions upon the personal liberty law and "secession" (so
called) : in a letter to a friend.                                          1861

A concise view of the slavery of the people of colour in the United
States : exhibiting some of the most affecting cases of cruel and
barbarous treatment of the slaves by their most inhuman and brutal
masters ; not heretofore published : and also showing                       1834

Correspondence of Thomas Ebenezer Thomas : mainly relating to the
anti-slavery conflict in Ohio, especially in the Presbyterian church.       1909
The enemies of the Constitution discovered, or, An inquiry into the
origin and tendency of popular violence : containing a complete and
circumstantial account of the unlawful proceedings at the city of Utica,
October 21st, 1835; the dispersion of the stat                              1835
Address to the females of Ohio : delivered at the State Anti-slavery
Anniversary.                                                                1836
Debate at the Lane seminary, Cincinnati : speech of James A. Thome,
of Kentucky, delivered at the annual meeting of the American anti-
slavery society, May 6, 1834 : letter of the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Cox,
against the American Colonization Society.                                  1834


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Emancipation in the West Indies : a six months' tour in Antigua,
Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 1837.                                        1838
Emancipation in the West Indies : a six months' tour in Antigua,
Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 1837.                                        1839
Lectures on British India : delivered in the Friends' meeting-house in
Manchester, England, in October, 1839.                                           1840
Discussion on American slavery : between George Thompson, Esq.
and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge : holden in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's
Chapel, Glasgow, Scotland, on the evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th,
16th, 17th of June, 1836 : with an appendix.                                     1836

Discussion on American slavery : between George Thompson, Esq.
and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge : holden in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's
Chapel, Glasgow, Scotland, on the evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th,
16th, 17th of June, 1836 : with notes by Mr. Garrison.                           1836

Lectures of George Thompson : with a full report of the discussion
between Mr. Thompson and Mr. Borthwick, the pro-slavery agent :
held at the Royal Amphitheatre, Liverpool (Eng.) and which continued
for six evenings with unabated interest : also, a brief                          1836
Letters and addresses.                                                           1837
Pleas for slavery answered.                                                      [1857]
Prison life and reflections, or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction,
imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of
Work, Burr and Thompso : who suffered an unjust and cruel
imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary, for atte                                  1847
Prison life and reflections, or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction,
imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of
Work, Burr, and Thompson : who suffered an unjust and cruel
imprisonment in Missouri penitentiary for att                                    1860
Speech of George Thompson, member of the British House of
Parliament : at Toronto, May 1851.                                               1851
Substance of an address to the ladies of Glasgow and its vicinity upon
the present aspect of the great question of Negro emancipation :
delivered in Mr. Anderson's Chapel, John-St., Glasgow, on Tuesday,
March 5th, 1833.                                                                 1833
The substance of Mr. Thompson's lecture on slavery : delivered in the
Wesleyan chapel, Irwell Street, Salford, Manchester.                             1836

No slavery in Nebraska : the voice of God against national crime.                1854
Teachings of the New Testament on slavery.                                       1856
The fugitive slave law : tried by the Old and New Testaments.                    1850
The ethics of American slavery, being a vindication of the word of God
and a pure Christianity in all ages, from complicity with involuntary
servitude : and a demonstration that American slavery is a crime in
substance and concomitants.                                                      1861

Speech of R.W. Thompson, of Indiana, on the slavery question.                    [1849]
Review of Dr. H. Duncan's letters on the West India question.                    1831
Sermons on various subjects.                                                     1830
Slavery condemned by Christianity.                                               [1847]




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Substance of the speech delivered at the meeting of the Edinburgh
Society for the Abolition of Slavery on October 19th, 1830.                 1830
A Yankee in Canada : with Anti-slavery and reform papers.                   1866
Prayer for the oppressed : a premium tract.                                 [1859]
An inquiry into the history of slavery : its introduction into the United
States ; causes of its continuance ; and remarks upon the abolition
tracts of William E. Channing, D.D.                                         1841
The state of the country : an article republished from The Southern
Presbyterian review.                                                        1861
Time is a seedfield, eternity the harvest : an address delivered before
the Philomathean Society of Pennsylvania College, February 15,
1842.                                                                       1842
A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P., vice president of the African
Institution : containing remarks on the reports of the Sierra Leone
Company, and African Institution : with hints respecting the means by
which an universal abolition of the slave t                                 1815
A treatise on the unconstitutionality of American slavery : together with
the powers and duties of the federal government in relation to that
subject.                                                                    [1849?]
Samuel E. Sewall : a memoir.                                                1898
Daniel R. Tilden's letter to Mr. Giddings : giving reasons for supporting
General Scott.                                                              [1852?]

Speech of Hon. Daniel R. Tilden, of Ohio, on the Mexican War and
slavery : delivered in the House of Representatives, February 4, 1847. 1847
Brief miscellaneous narrative of the more early part of the life of L.
Tilmon, pastor of a colored Methodist congregational church in the city
of New York.                                                            [c1853]
Sonnets to the memory of Frederick Douglass.                            1895

The American Board and American slavery : speech of Theodore
Tilton, in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, January 28, 1860.                     [1860]
The Negro : a speech at Cooper Institute, New York, May 12, 1863, at
the anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society.                       1863
Personal recollections of General Sheridan.                                 1889
Slavery: what it was, what it has done, what it intends to do : speech
of Hon. Cydnor B. Tompkins, of Ohio : delivered in the House of
Representatives, April 24, 1860.                                            [1860?]
A lecture delivered in the Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts :
on the 24th January, 1856.                                                  [1856]
An oration, delivered before the Few and Phi gamma societies, of
Emory college, at Oxford, Ga., July, 1853.                                  1853
Speech of Hon. Robert Toombs : on the crisis. Delivered before the
Georgia Legislature, December 7, 1860.                                      1860
The anti-slavery alphabet.                                                  1847
Address of the Hon. John Townsend.                                          [1860]

The Southern States, their present peril, and their certain remedy :
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Speech of Mr. Townshend, of Ohio : on the present position of the
Democratic Party : delivered in the House of Representatives, June
23, 1852.                                                                  1852
The union of the Democracy--resolutions of '98 : speech of Hon. N. S.
Townshend, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives,
March 17, 1852.                                                            [1852?]
Natural equality : a sermon before the Vermont Colonization Society,
at Montpelier, October 17, 1833.                                           1833
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. Mark Trafton, of
Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, March 12, 1856 : on
the resolution reported from the Committee of Elections, in the
contested election case from the territory of Kansas.                      [1856]
The disturbing element in the body politic : speech of Hon. Mark
Trafton, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives, August 6,
1856.                                                                      [1856]
The facts, or, At whose door does the sin (?) lie? Who profits by slave
labor? Who initiated the slave trade? What have the philanthropist
done?                                                                      1860
Train's speeches in England, on slavery and emancipation.                  [1862]
American liberties and American slavery : morally and politically
illustrated.                                                               1838
Slavery in the District of Columbia : the policy of Congress and the
struggle for abolition.                                                    1892
The Liberian crusade.                                                      1833
The position and course of the South.                                      1850
Popular fallacies relating to the American question : A lecture,
delivered in November, 1863.                                               1863
The life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw, or, Scenes on
the Mississippi : with fifteen engravings.                                 1836
A history and defense of African slavery.                                  1861

Neighbor Jackwood : a domestic drama in five acts.                         1857

Cudjo's cave.                                                              1864
Loyalty of the colored man to the United States Government ... : [in]
the late conflict with Cuba, the Spanish Government and the
Philippines.                                                               [1900?]
Affairs in Kansas Territory : speech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois
: delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 14, 1856, on the
motion to print thirty-one thousand extra copies of the Reports of the
Majority and Minority of the Committee o                                   1856
Great speech of Senator Trumbull, on the issues of the day : delivered
in Chicago, Saturday, August 7, 1858.                                      [1858]
Speech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, on amending the
Constitution to prohibit slavery.                                          [1864]
The campaign in Illinois : Speech of Senator Trumbull, at Chicago. His
private opinion of Douglas publicity expressed.                            [1860]

Prescience : Speech delivered by Hon. Beverly Tucker, of Virginia, in
the Southern convention, held at Nashville, Tenn., April 13th, 1850.       1862




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Speech of Mr. Tucker, of Virginia, on the restriction of slavery in
Missouri : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United
States, February 25, 1820.                                                 [1820]
Queries respecting the slavery and emancipation of negroes in
Massachusetts and answered by Dr. Belknap, 1795.                           1795
Address of John Randolph Tucker, esq., delivered before the Phoenix
and Philomathean societies, of William and Mary college, on the 3d of
July, 1854.                                                                1854
A dissertation on slavery : with a proposal for the gradual abolition of
it, in the state of Virginia.                                              1861

The wrongs of Africa : a tribute to the anti-slavery cause.                1838
A sermon on American slavery : delivered at the town house, in
Bradford on Friday evening, August 22d, 1856.                              1856
Slavery, and the death of John Brown : A sermon preached in Auburn
Hall, Auburn, Sabbath afternoon, Dec. 11th, 1859.                          1859
Religious duties : consisting chiefly of extracts from the Holy
Scriptures.                                                                [18--?]
Slavery in Pennsylvania ....                                               1911
The first abolition society in the United States.                          [1912?]
The three great races of men : their origin, character, history and
destiny, with special regard to the present condition and future destiny
of the black race in the United States.                                    1861
Slaveholding a malum in se, or, Invariably sinful.                         1839
Our country's troubles : A sermon preached in the Church of the
Epiphany, Philadelphia, June 29, 1856.                                     1864
The doctrines of the "abolitionists" refuted : in a letter from J.
Washington Tyson, the Democratic Harrison candidate for Congress,
in the first district, of Pennsylvania.                                    1840
A discourse before the Young Men's Colonization Society of
Pennsylvania : delivered October 24, 1834, in St. Paul's Church,
Philadelphia.                                                              1834
Speech of Hon. J.R. Tyson, of Pennsylvania, on the fugitive slave laws
and compromise measures of 1850 : delivered in the House of
Representatives, February 28, 1857.                                        1857
Speech at Alexandria, Va., July 4, 1863.                                   1863
An address delivered to the colonization society of Kentucky, at
Frankfort, Jan. 15, 1835.                                                  1835

Speech of Mr. J.R. Underwood, upon the resolution proposing to
censure John Quincy Adams : for presenting to the House of
Representatives a petition praying for the dissolution of the union.
Delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 27th of Januar           1842
Nebraska and Kansas : speech of Hon. Charles W. Upham, of Mass.,
in the House of Representatives, May 10, 1854.                             [1854]
Speech of Charles W. Upham, of Salem, in the House of
Representatives of Massachussetts, on the compromises of the
constitution : with an appendix containing the ordinance of 1787.          1849
Substance of a letter to Lord Viscount Melville : written in May 1815
with the outlines of a plan to raise British seamen, and to form their
minds to volunteer the naval service when required, to do away with
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The history of slavery and emancipation.                                    1863

The Bible against slavery : with replies to the Bible view of slavery, by
John H. Hopkins, Bishop of the diocese of Vermont : and to A
northern presbyter's second letter to ministers of the gospel, by
Nathan Lord, late president of Dartmouth College : and                      1864
The church and the slave power : A sermon preached before the
students of the Methodist Biblical institute, Concord, N.H., February
23, 1860.                                                                   1860
Joaquim Nabuco, o evangelista da abolição : [Conferência].                  1950
Speech of Hon. C.L. Vallandigham, of Ohio : delivered in the House of
Representatives, February 20, 1861.                                         1861

Biographical memoir of Clement L. Vallandigham.                             1864
The votes and speeches of Martin Van Buren, on the subjects of the
right of suffrage, the qualifications of coloured persons to vote, and
the appointment or election of justices of the peace : in the
Convention of the State of New-York, (assembled to amen                     1840
Opinions of Martin Van Buren, vice president of the United States,
upon the powers and duties of Congress, in reference to the abolition
of slavery either in the slave-holding states or in the District of
Columbia : to which are added sundry documents sho                          1836
The character and influence of abolitionism : a sermon preached in
the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, on Sabbath evening, Dec.
9th, 1860.                                                                  1860
The character and influence of abolitionism : a sermon preached in
the First Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, on Sabbath evening, Dec.
9th, 1860.                                                                  1860

The character and influence of abolitionism : a sermon.                     [1860?]
The character and influence of abolitionism! : a sermon preached in
the First Presbyterian church, of Brooklyn, on Sunday evening,
December 9th, 1860.                                                         1860
The spirituality and independence of the church : A speech delivered
in the Synod of New York, October 18th, 1864.                               1864

"Slaveholding not sinful": a reply to the argument of Rev. Dr. How.         1856
Speech of Mr. John Van Dyke : of New Jersey, delivered in the House
of Representatives of the U. States, March 4, 1850, on the subject of
slavery, and in vindication of the North from the charges brought
against it by the South.                                                    1850
Negroes and Negro slavery : the first an inferior race: the latter its
normal condition.                                                           1861
White supremacy and Negro subordination, or, Negroes a subordinate
race, and (so-called) slavery its normal condition.                         1870
Democracy and slavery : speech of the Hon. Burt Van Horn of Nagara
county in Assembly, February 18th, 1858.                                    [18--?]
Liberty and the union : speech of Hon. Burt Van Horn, of Niagara
County : in Assembly - January 18, 1860.                                    [1860?]

Concerning a full understanding of the souther attitude toward slavery. [1921]
A dead issue and the live one.                                          1913


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God glorified by Africa : An address delivered on December 31, 1856,
at the opening of the Ashmun institute, near Oxford, Pennsylvania.       1859
The great duty of the hour : speech of Hon. P. Van Trump, delivered
at the Democratic Mass Meeting at Logan, Hocking County, Ohio,
Monday, August 12, 1867.                                                 [1867?]
Now and then : speech of the Hon. Charles H. Van Wyck, of New
York, upon the report of the committee of thirty-three upon the state of
the Union.                                                               [1861]

Memoirs of the life of Anthony Benezet.                                1817
Memoirs of the lives of Benjamin Lay and Ralph Sandiford : two of the
earliest public advocates for the emancipation of the enslaved
Africans.                                                              1815
Slavery in the territories : Speech of Hon. A.W. Venable, of N.
Carolina, in the House of representatives, June 1, 1848, in committee
of the whole, upon the power of Congress to legislate upon the subject
of slavery in the territories.                                         [1848]

A tract for the times : slavery & abolitionism, being the substance of a
sermon, preached in the church of St. Augustine, Florida, on the 4th
day of January, 1861, day of public humiliation, fasting and prayer.        [1861?]
Mr. Frank, the underground mail-agent.                                      1853
De l'esclavage en Canada.                                                   1859
Essays on slavery : republished from the Boston Recorder &
telegraph, for 1825.                                                        1826

American slavery defeated in its attempts through the American Board
of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to find a shelter in the British
churches : being a correspondence with the Congregational Union of
England and Wales, on the "American Board of Mis                       [1854?]

Vindex on the liability of the abolitionists to criminal punishment, and
on the duty of non-slave-holding states to suppress their efforts.          1835

Our unity as a nation : from the "New Englander" for January, 1862.         [1862]

Substance of an argument of Samuel F. Vinton : for the defendants, in
the case of the Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Peter M. Garner and
others, for an alleged abduction of certain slaves : delivered before the
General Court of Virginia, at its December ter                              [1846]
Rapport van den Gouverneur van Suriname omtrent de ontworpen
Nederlandsche West-Indische ontginning- en handelmaatschappij,
met de Memoire van beantwoording.                                           1858
The loyalty for the times.                                                  [1864]
Speech of Hon. D.W. Voorhees, of Indiana : delivered in the House of
Representatives, January 9, 1866.                                           1866

Speeches of Daniel W. Voorhees, of Indiana, embracing his most
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Invasion of Harper's Ferry : speech of Hon. Benjamin F. Wade, of
Ohio : delivered in the United States Senate, December 14, 1859.            [1860]

Plain truths for the people : speech of Senator Wade, of Ohio,
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 13 and 15, 1858. 1858
Property in the territories : speech of Hon. Benjamin F. Wade of Ohio
delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 7, 1860.          1860

They "stoop to conquer," or, The English swindle : speech of Senator
Wade, of Ohio, delivered in the United States Senate, April 27, 1858.       [1858]
Slavery question : speech of Hon. Edward Wade, of Ohio, in the
House of Representatives, August 2, 1856.                                   1856
A discourse, on the occasion of forming the African Mission School
Society : delivered in Christ Church, in Hartford, Connecticut, on
Sunday evening, Aug. 10, 1828.                                              1828
Letter to His Excellency Edward Salmon, governor of the state of
Wisconsin : on the conduct of the war.                                      1862
Modern democracy against the Union, the Constitution, the policy of
our fathers, and the rights of free labor : speech of Hon. Henry
Waldron, of Michigan.                                                       [1860]
A reply to William Hannibal Thomas, author of a book recently
published by the McMillan Company, Fifth Ave., New York City, called
The American Negro.                                                         [1901?]
Walker's appeal, in four articles : together with a preamble, to the
coloured citizens of the world, but in particular, and very expressly, to
those of the United States of America.                                      1830
Walker's appeal : with a brief sketch of his life.                          1848
The material and the spiritual in our national life and their present
mutual relations : a sermon preached in State Street Church,
Portland, November 24, 1859.                                                1859

The compromise resolutions : speech of Hon. I.P. Walker, of
Wisconsin, in Senate of the United States, March 6, 1850, on the
compromise resolutions submitted by Mr Clay, on the 25th of January.        [1850?]
Trial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker, at Pensacola, Florida : for
aiding slaves to escape from bondage : with an appendix, containing a
sketch of his life.                                                         1846
A brief view of American chattelized humanity, and its supports.            1846
A picture of slavery, for youth.                                            [184-?]
Argument of Robert J. Walker, esq., before the Supreme court of the
United States, on the Mississippi slave question, at January term,
1841 Involving the power of Congress and of the states to prohibit the
inter-state slave trade.                                                    1841

An appeal for the Union : letter from the Hon. Robert J. Walker.           [1856]
Letter of Mr. Walker, of Mississippi, relative to the reannexation of
Texas : in reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Kentucky, to
communicate his views on that subject.                                     1844
Journal of Miss Susan Walker, March 3d to June 6th, 1862 : ed. by
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Speech of Mr. Wall, of New Jersey, on the memorial of the Caln
quarterly meeting of the Society of Friends, of Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania, praying for the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in
the District of Columbia : In Senate, February 29, 1                      1836
Speech of Hon. James W. Wall, of N.J. : on the Missouri
emancipation bill, delivered in the United States Senate, February 7th,
1863.                                                                     1863
A sermon on the duty of ministers to oppose the extension of
American slavery : preached in Manchester, N.H., Fast Day, April 3,
1857.                                                                     1857

The slavery question : speech of Hon. Daniel Wallace, of South
Carolina, in the House of representatives, April 8, 1850, in Committee
of the whole on the state of the Union, on the President's message
communicating the constitution of California.                          [1850]

The true doctrine of state rights with an examination of the record of
the Democratic and Republican parties in connection with slavery.         1880
American slavery, and the means of its abolition.                         1840
Father Ward's letter to Professor Stuart.                                 [1837]
Autobiography of a fugitive negro : his anti-slavery labours in the
United States, Canada & England.                                          1855

Our hospitals, and the men in them.                                       1863

Slavery in the territories : speech of Hon. Hiram Warner, of Georgia.     [1856]

Nellie Norton: or, Southern slavery and the Bible A Scriptural
refutation of the principal arguments upon which the abolitionists rely.
A vindication of Southern slavery from the Old and New Testaments. 1864
The free missionary principle, or, Bible missions : a plea for separate
missionary action from slaveholders!                                     1847

The slavery question : speech of Hon. C.C. Washburn, of Wisconsin :
delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, April 26, 1860.           Unknown
The extinction of slavery in Massachusetts, a paper read before the
Massachusetts Historical Society, April 1857.                             1858
Kansas contested election : speech of Hon. I. Washburn, Jr., of
Maine, in the House of Representatives, March 14, 1856 : on the
resolution reported by the Committee of Elections, in the contested
election case from the territory of Kansas.                               1856
Politics of the country : speech of Hon. I. Washburn, Jr., of Maine, in
the House of Representatives, June 21, 1856.                              [1856]
Speech of Hon. I. Washburn, Jr., of Maine : on the bill to organize
territorial governments in Nebraska and Kansas, and against the
abrogation of the Missouri compromise : House of representatives,
April 7, 1854.                                                            1854
The issues, the Dred Scott decision, the parties : speech of Hon.
Israel Washburn, Jun., of Maine : delivered in the House of
Representatives, May 19, 1860.                                            [1860?]
Sketch of Edward Coles, second governor of Illinois, and of the
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A new Negro for a new century : an accurate and up-to-date record of
the upward struggles of the Negro race, the Spanish-American War,
causes of it, vivid descriptions of fierce battles, superb heroism and
daring deeds of the Negro soldier, "Colored offic                      [1900]

An address on Abraham Lincoln : delivered before the Republican
Club of New York City on the night of February twelfth, 1909.             [1909]

The story of slavery.                                                     [c1913]
A letter from His Excellency J. Watson Webb, United States United
States envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary in Brazil to J.
Bramley-Moore, Esq., M.P. : in reply to a statement in the "Times"
newspaper by His Excellency W.D. Christie.                                [1863?]
Great mass meeting on the battle ground of Tippecanoe : 60,000
freemen in council!                                                       [1856]
Slavery and its tendencies : a letter from General J. Watson Webb to
the New York courier and enquirer.                                        [1856]
The national anti-slavery societies in England and the United States :
or, Strictures on " A reply to certain charges brought against the
American and foreign antislavery society, etc,. etc..                     [1852.]
Speech of Samuel Webb, in the National Anti-slavery Convention :
held at Albany, N.Y. on the first day of August, 1839.                    1840
The history of William Webb.                                              1873
Daniel Webster on slavery : extracts from some of the speeches of
Mr. Webster, on the subject of slavery : together with his great
compromise speech, of March 7, 1850, entire, and the Boston
memorial, on the subject of slavery, drawn up by Mr. Webster : t          1861
Letter from citizens of Newburyport, Mass., to Mr. Webster, in relation
to his speech delivered in the Senate of the United States on the 7th
March, 1850, and Mr. Webster's reply.                                     1850
Mr. Webster's speech at Marshfield, Mass.                                 1848
Remarks of Mr. Webster on the following resolution, moved by Mr.
Clay, as a substitute for the 5th of Mr. Calhoun's resolutions : viz:
"Resolved, that the interference, by the citizens of any of the states,
with the view to the abolition of slavery in the                          [1838]
Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster, in the Senate of the United
States, on the subject of slavery.                                        1850
The voice of Daniel Webster : remarks made in the Senate of the
United States by Daniel Webster on the 12th of August, 1848.              [18--?]

Kentucky jurisprudence : a history of the trial of Miss Delia A.
Webster, at Lexington, Kentucky, Dec'r 17-21, 1844, before the Hon.
Richard Buckner, on a charge of aiding slaves to escape from that
commonwealth : with miscellaneous remarks, including her                  1845
Circular.                                                                 1858
Effects of slavery on morals and industry.                                1793
Southern Quakers and slavery : a study in institutional history.          1896
Reform and repeal : a sermon preached of Fast-Day, April 6, 1854,
and Legal anarchy, a sermon preached on June 4, 1854, after the
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De servi currentis persona apud comicos romanos.                            1911
The Bible against slavery : an inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic
systems on the subject of human rights.                                     1838
The power of Congress over the District of Columbia : originally
published in the New-York evening post, under the signature of
"Wythe" : with additions by the author.                                     1838
The Bible against slavery : an inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic
systems on the subject of human rights.                                     [1838?]
The Bible against slavery : an inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic
systems on the subject of human rights.                                     1837
The Bible against slavery : an inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic
systems on the subject of human rights.                                     1837
The Bible against slavery : an inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic
systems on the subject of human rights.                                     1838
The power of Congress over the District of Columbia : originally
published in the New-York evening post, under the signature of
"Wythe" : with additions by the author.                                     1838

Speech of Hon. Martin Welker, of Ohio : on the President's message :
delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1866.                1866
Speech of Mr. John B. Weller, of Ohio, on the veto message :
delivered in the House of Representatives, June 30, 1842.                   1842
Speech of Mr. Weller, of California, in the Senate, February 13, 1854 :
on the Nebraska and Kansas bill.                                            [1854?]
To the people of the 27th congressional district of the state of New
York.                                                                       [1861]

The progress of slavery in the United States /cby George M. Weston. 1857
Progress and intelligence of Americans, whether in the northern,
central, or southern portion of the continent, founded upon the normal
and absolute servitude of inferior animates to mankind, as indicated
by the order of nature and by the acts of creation                     1865

A discourse on St. Paul's epistle to Philemon : exhibiting the duty of
citizens of the northern states in regard to the institution of slavery.    1851
The slaves' champion, or, The life, deeds, and historical days of
William Wilberforce : written in commemoration of the centenary of his
birthday.                                                                   1859
Life of Maumer Juno of Charleston, S.C a sketch of June (Waller)
Seymour.                                                                    1892
Eulogy on William Wilberforce, Esq. : delivered at the request of the
people of colour of the city of Philadelphia, in the Second African
Presbyterian Church, on the sixth day of December, 1833.                    [1833?]
Relation of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions to slavery.                                                        1861
The Methodist Church and slavery.                                           1859
The non-resistance principle : with particular application to the help of
slaves by abolitionists.                                                    1860
To the friends of the A.B.C.F.M.                                            [1857]
Speech of Dr. John White : delivered at the Fifth Street Market Square
on the evening of the 16th instant.                                         1850


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Our nation.                                                               1860
An address to the soldiers at Camp Denison and the Union army in
general.                                                                  [18--?]

Wakefield Standley : a story of the flag.                                 1888
Not a man, and yet a man.                                                 1877
To the members of the "First Free Church," Boston.                        [1838?]
The early abolitionists of Lancaster County.                              1911
Poems written during the progress of the abolition question in the
United States, between the years 1830 and 1838.                           1837
Poems written during the progress of the abolition question in the
United States, between the years 1830 and 1838.                           1837
Justice and expediency ; or, Slavery considered with a view to its
rightful and effectual remedy, abolition.                                 1833
Sketch of Daniel O'Connell.                                               [18--?]
The anti-slavery convention of 1833.                                      [1897]
The branded hand.                                                         1845
Voices of freedom.                                                        1846
Speech of Mr. W.W. Wick, of Indiana : on the privilege of members
and the subject of slavery : delivered in the House of Representatives
April 25, 1848.                                                           1848
Apologetic-explanatory-denunciatory : speech in committee of the
whole of the state of the Union : delivered in the House of
Representatives of the United States, August 7, 1848.                     [1848]
Question of privilege : speech of Hon. W.W. Wick, of Indiana, in the
House of Representatives, April 25, 1848.                                 [1848?]

The Union--its dangers--progress : speech of Hon. W.W. Wick, of
Indiana, in the House of Representatives, Thursday, June 20, 1848.        [1848]
A further reply to the Billingsgate abuse of Robert Judas Breckinridge,
otherwise called Robert Jefferson Breckinridge.                           1843
The Englishman's duty to the free and enslaved American : A lecture,
twice delivered at Leeds, in January, 1853.                               1853
To the 38th Congress of the United States of America : An open letter
from Dr. Rudolph Wieczorek.                                               [1864]
A review of an anti-abolition sermon.                                     1838
The anti-slavery cause in America and its martyrs.                        1863
A letter to Viscount Palmerston, K.G., prime minister of England, on
American slavery.                                                         1861

A reproof of the American church : by the Bishop of Oxford, extracted
from a "History of the Protestant episcopal church in America"        1846


Essays contributed to the Quarterly review.                               1874
A letter on the abolition of the slave trade : addressed to the
freeholders and other inhabitants of Yorkshire.                           1807
The correspondence of William Wilberforce.                                1840
The duty and safety of immediate emancipation.                            [183-?]
The powers of the federal government over slavery!                        1862




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Wilkerson's history of his travels & labors : in the United States, as a
missionary, in particular, that of the Union Seminary, located in
Franklin Co., Ohio, since he purchased his liberty in New Orleans, La.,
&c.                                                                      1861
The African and the true Christian religion, his magna charta : a study
in the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg.                                   1892

An appeal to England, on behalf of the abused Africans : a poem.              1789

The duty of prompt and complete abolition of colonial slavery : a
sermon preached at Bentinck Chapel, St. Mary-le-bone, on Sunday,
September 26, 1830 : with a letter to His Grace the Archbishop of
Canterbury, and an appendix of episcopal testimonies.                         1830
The African in America : to find his true position, and place him in it,
the via media on which the North and South might meet in a
permament [sic] and happy settlement.                                         [1862]
La question de l'esclavage aux États-Unis.                                    1862
The history of the antislavery cause in state and nation.                     1886

Memorial day : the ethics of the war.                                         1884
A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834.                        [1838?]
Letters on slavery from the Old world : written during the canvass for
the presidency of the United States in 1860. To which are added a
letter to Lord Brougham on the John Brown raid ; and a brief reference
to the result of the presidential contest and i                               1861
Narrative of James Williams : an American slave.                              [1838]
An oration on the abolition of the slave trade : delivered in the African
Church, in the city of New York, January 1, 1808.                             1809
Rev. William Knibb, missionary to the island of Jamaica.                      [186-?]
Considerations on slavery in the United States.                               [1856?]
The Tract Society and slavery : speeches of Chief Justice Williams,
Judge Parsons, and ex-Governor Ellsworth : delivered in the Center
Church, Hartford, Conn. at the anniversary of the Hartford branch of
the American Tract Society, January 9th, 1859.                                1859
"No discharge in this war"                                                    [18--?]
Case of Passmore Williamson : report of the proceedings on the writ
of habeas corpus, issued by the Hon. John K. Kane, judge of the
District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of
Pennsylvania, in the case of the United States of America e                   1856
Slavery not a Scriptural ground of division in efforts for the salvation of
the heathen.                                                                  1844
The proclamation of freedom : a sermon preached in the North
Church, Salem, January 4, 1863.                                               1863
Tokens of the divine displeasure, in the late conflagrations in New-
York, & other judgments, illustrated ....                                     1836
First letter to the freeholders of the county of York, on negro slavery :
being an inquiry into the claims of the West Indians for equitable
compensation.                                                                 1830
Speech of Mr. Wilmot, of Pennsylvania, on his amendment restricting
slavery from territory hereafter acquired : delivered in the House of
Representatives of the United States, Feb. 8, 1847.                           [1847]




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The guilt of forbearing to deliver our British colonial slaves : a sermon
preached at the parish church of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, on
Wednesday, October 7th, at the parish church of St. Mary, Islington,
on Wednesday, October 28th, and at St. John's C                             1830
Aggressions of the slave power : speech of the Hon. Henry Wilson, of
Massachusetts, in reply to Hon. Jefferson Davis : delivered in the
Senate, January 26, 1860.                                                   [1860]
History of the antislavery measures of the thirty-seventh and thirty-
eighth United-States Congresses, 1861-64.                                   1864
Personalities and aggressions of Mr. Butler : speech of Hon. Henry
Wilson, of Massachusetts, in the Senate of the United States, June
13, 1856.                                                                   [1856]

Speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of Mass., in the Senate, March 27th,
1862 : on the bill to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia,
introduced by him December 16th, 1861, referred to the District
Committee, and reported back with amendments by Mr. Morril                  1862
Territorial slave code : speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of
Massachusetts : delivered in the Senate of the United States, January
25, 1860.                                                                   [1860?]
The position of John Bell and his supporters : Speech of Hon. Henry
Wilson, at Myrick's, September 18, 1860. From the verbatim report in
the Daily atlas and bee.                                                    [1860]
The state of affairs in Kansas : speech of Hon. Henry Wilson, of
Massachusetts : in the Senate, February 18, 1856.                           1856
Slavery question : speech of Hon. James Wilson, of Indiana, delivered
in the House of Representatives, May 1, 1860.                               [1860?]
Speech of Mr. Jas. Wilson, of N. Hampshire : on the political
influence of slavery, and the expediency of permitting slavery in the
territories recently acquired from Mexico : delivered in the House of
Representatives of the United States, February 16, 1                        1849
A free constitution : speech of Hon. James F. Wilson, of Iowa :
delivered in the House of Representatives, March 19, 1864.                  [1864]

Emancipation: its course and progress, from 1481 B.C. to A.D. 1875 :
with a review of President Lincoln's proclamations, the XIII
amendment, and the progress of the freed people since emancipation
; with a history of the emancipation monument. : By Jos. T                1882
A discourse on slavery : delivered before the anti-slavery society in
Littleton, N.H., February 22, 1839, being the anniversary of the birth of
Washington.                                                               1839

A speedy end to slavery in our West India colonies : by safe, effectual,
and equitable means for the benefit of all parties concerned.              1825
Emancipation, or, Practical advice to British slave-holders : with
suggestions for the general improvement of West India affairs.             1824
The means of the perpetuity and prosperity of our republic : an
oration, delivered by request of the municipal authorities, of the city of
Boston, July 4, 1838 : in the Old South Church, in celebration of
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A review of Rev. Doctor Lord's sermon on the higher law : in its
application to the fugitive slave bill.                                    1851
The Biblical argument on slavery : Being principally a review of T.D.
Weld's "Bible against slavery."                                            1844
Thanksgiving sermon preached Nov. 28, 1850 at Newbury, first
parish.                                                                    1851

Separation from slavery : being a consideration of the inquiry, "How
shall Christians and Christian churches best absolve themselves from
all responsible connection with slavery?" : a premium essay.             [184-?]
Helper's impending crisis dissected.                                     1860
Speech of Mr. Wood, of New York, on the three million appropriation
bill, and the Wilmot proviso : Delivered in the House of representatives
of the U.S., Feb. 10, 1847.                                              1847

The attitude of Thaddeus Stevens toward the conduct of the civil war.      1908
Speech : Mr. Levi addresses the Senate as follows ....                     [1841?]
A review of Uncle Tom's cabin : or, An essay on slavery.                   1853
Slavery : its origin, progress and effects : a poem.                       1856

Opinions of a man who wishes to be governor of Pennsylvania.               [1863]
Speech of Mr. J.A. Woodward, of S.C., on the relations between the
United States and their territorial districts.                             1848
The land of the free, or, A brief view of emancipation in the West
Indies.                                                                    1847
A journal of the life, gospel labors and Christian experiences, of that
faithful minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman : to which are added,
his last epistle, and other writings.                                      1860
A journal of the life, gospel labours, and Christian experiences of that
faithful minister of Jesus Christ ... to which are added, his works,
containing his last epistle and other writings.                            1794
Considerations on the keeping of Negroes : recommended to the
professors of Christianity of every denomination.                          [18--?]
Memoir of John Woolman : chiefly extracted from a journal of his life
and travels.                                                               [18--?]
A southern dilemma : slavery expansion and the California statehood
issues in 1850 - a reconsideration.                                        1983
The programme of peace.                                                    1862
An eye opener for the wide awakes.                                         1860
Myron Holley, and what he did for liberty and true religion.               1882
The programme of peace.                                                    1862
The sin of slavery, and its remedy : containing some reflections on the
moral influence of African colonization.                                   1833
Ballot box and battle field To voters under the United States
government.                                                                1842
Christian communion with slaveholders : will the alliance sanction it? /
letters to Rev. John Angell James and Rev. Ralph Wardlaw, shewing
their position in the alliance.                                            1846
Duty of abolitionists to pro-slavery ministers and churches.               [1841?]
Manstealers: will the Free church of Scotland hold Christian fellowship
with them? : An address : by Henry C. Wright.                              1845




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No rights, no duties, or, Slaveholders, as such, have no rights : slaves,
as such, owe no duties : an answer to a letter from Hon. Henry
Wilson, touching resistance to slaveholders, being the right and duty
of the slaves, and of the people and states of t                            1860
Self-convicted violators of principle.                                      [184-?]
The Natick resolution, or, Resistance to slaveholders the right and
duty of southern slaves and northern freemen.                               1859
The free Negro in Maryland, 1634-1860.                                      1921
A refutation of the sophisms, gross misrepresentations, and
erroneous quotations contained in "An American's" "Letter to the
Edinburgh reviewers", or, Slavery inimical to the character of the great
Father of all, unsupported by divine revelation, a violat                   1820
Civil war from an absurdity : The South wrong in this war. The North
wrong with regard to slavery and as to the principles of our
government. The United States neither monster nor mongrel, but a
pure federal republic. A plea from the young West, the giant                1862
Speech of Mr. Wright, of New York, on the tariff : delivered in the
Senate of the United States, April 19 and 23, 1844.                         [1844?]
Speech of Hon. W.L. Yancey : delivered in the Democratic State
Convention, of the state of Alabama, held at Montgomery, on the 11th,
12th, 13th & 14th January, 1860.                                            1860
Speech of Hon. Richard Yates, of Illinois : on the bill to organize
territorial governments in Nebraska and Kansas, and opposing the
repeal of the Missouri Compromise : House of Representatives of the
United States, March 28, 1854.                                              1854
The amenability of northern incendiaries, as well to southern as to
northern laws, without prejudice to the right of free discussion : to
which is added an inquiry into the lawfulness of slavery, under the
Jewish and Christian dispensations, together with                           1853
Report to the Western sanitary commission : in regard to leasing
abandoned plantations, with rules and regulations governing the
same.                                                                       1864
Scriptural duties of masters : a sermon preached Danville, Kentucky,
in 1846, and then published at the unanimous request of the church
and congregation.                                                           [18--?]
God greater than man : a sermon preached June 11th, after the
rendition of Anthony Burns.                                                 1854
An address to the colored people of Georgia.                                1868
Speech of Col. Jas. C. Zabriskie, on the subject of slavery, and in
reply to the address of the Pittsburgh convention, and Geo. C. Bates,
esq., delivered at Sacramento, Cal., on the 10th day of May, A.D.
1856.                                                                       [1856]
A letter to Granville Sharp, Esq. on the proposed abolition of the slave
trade.                                                                      1788
A preservative against slavery: or, a caveat ... upon the ensuing
election of a new Parliament.                                               1722
A supplement to Mr. Wesley's pamphlet entitled Thoughts upon
slavery.                                                                    1774
An argument in defence of the exclusive right claimed by the colonies
to tax themselves. ...                                                      1774




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Arguments from Scripture, for and against the African slave trade, as
stated in a series of letters, lately published in the Glasgow Courier.        1792

Memorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America,
by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of
slavery, &c. &c. in the states of Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York,
Pennsylvania, Mary-land, and Virginia. Publish                                 MDCCXCII. [1792]
Remarks on a pamphlet, written by the Rev. James Ramsay, M.A.
under the title of Thoughts on the slavery of the negroes, in the
American colonies.                                                             1784
Slave trade. A full account of this species of commerce; with
arguments against it, spirited and philosophical: by the ... Abbé
Raynal. Translated from the French. ...                                        [1792?]
Slavery no oppression; or, some new arguments and opinions against
the idea of African liberty. Dedicated to the committee of the company
that trade to Africa.                                                          [1788?]

Speeches in Parliament, respecting the abolition of the African slave
trade.                                                                         1789
Substance of a speech intended to have been made on Mr.
Wilberforce's motion for the abolition of the slave trade, on Tuesday,
April 3, 1792: ...                                                             1792
The liberties of England asserted, in opposition to popery, slavery, and
modern innovation.                                                             1714
Tyrannical libertymen. A discourse upon Negro-slavery in the United
States: composed at ----, in Newhampshire; on the late federal
thanksgiving-day. [Four lines of quotation]                                    1795
A short treatise on the unfair purchase of the slaves, and their
barbarous usage from Africa to the West Indies. ... That the slave
trade is a disgrace to rational humanity, ... That the trade is
abolishable only by an Act of Parliament: ...                                  1794

An elegy occasioned by the rejection of Mr. Wilberforce's motion for
the abolition of the African slave trade.                                      1791
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, for the year
M,DCC,XCV.                                                                     1795
Slave trade. The negro and the free-born Briton compared; or, a
vindication of the African slave trade. Proving that it is lawful and right,
... Interspersed with religious and critical digressions. Humbly
addressed to the people of England, but more part                              [1789?]
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, in the
House of Commons on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791,
reported in detail.                                                            1792
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, in the
House of Commons, on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791,
reported in detail.                                                            1791
The debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, in the
House of Commons, on Monday the second of April, 1792, reported in
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The speeches of Mr. Wilberforce, Lord Penrhyn, Mr. Burke, ... Mr. Pitt,
... &c. &c. on a motion for the abolition of the slave trade, in the House
of Commons, May the 12th, 1789. To which are added, Mr.
Wilberforce's twelve propositions.                                         1789
The new act of assembly of the island of Jamaica, intitled, An act to
repeal an act, intitled, "An act to repeal several acts, ... respecting
slaves, ... and for other purposes:" ... commonly called, the new
consolidated act, ... passed ... by the Lieuten                            1789
An act more effectually to provide for the support and to extend
certain regulations for the protection of slaves; to promote and
encourage their increase, and generally to meliorate their condition.
Published by authority.                                                    1799


The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church in
America. With explanatory notes by Thomas Coke and Francis
Asbury.                                                             1798
Laws of the state of New-York. Passed at the twenty-second session,
second meeting, of the Legislature, begun and held at the city of
Albany, the second day of January, 1799.                            1799

The constitution of the New-Jersey Society, for Promoting the
Abolition of Slavery: to which is annexed, extracts from a law of New-
Jersey, passed the 2d March, 1786, and supplement to the same,              M,DCC,XCIII.
passed the 26th November, 1788. [Four lines from the Declara                [1793]
Society instituted in 1787, for the purpose of effecting the abolition of
the slave trade.                                                            [1787?]
A short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious
principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different
authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly         M,DCC,LXXX.
foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.                                             [1780]
A short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious
principles and settlement in America. Mostly collected from different
authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly
foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.                                             1799
Britannia libera, or a defence of the free state of man in England,
against the claim of any man there as a slave. Inscribed and submited
to the Jurisconsulti, and the free people of England.                       1772

An address, to the people called Methodists; concerning the
wickedness of encouraging slavery. By Samuel Bradburn.                      1792
The slave trade inconsistent with reason and religion. A sermon
preached in the parish-church of Tottenham, Middlesex, on Sunday,
March 16, 1788, by Thomas Bradshaw, ...                                     1788

Considerations on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade, upon
grounds of natural, religious, and political duty.                        1789
A letter to Philo Africanus, upon slavery; in answer to his of the 22d of
November, in the General Evening Post; together with the opinions of
Sir John Strange, and other eminent lawyers upon this subject, with
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Take your choice! Representation and respect: imposition and
contempt. Annual Parliaments and liberty: long Parliaments and
slavery.                                                                 1776
A summary view of the slave trade, and of the probable
consequences of its abolition.                                           1787

Ten minutes advice to the people of England, on the two slavery-bills
intended to be bought into Parliament the present sessions. ...          [1795]
A serious address to the rulers of America, on the inconsistency of
their conduct respecting slavery: forming a contrast between the
encroachments of England on American liberty, and American
injustice in tolerating slavery.                                         1783
A short sketch of the evidence delivered before a Committee of the
House of Commons for the abolition of the slave-trade: to which is
added, a recommendation of the subject to the serious attention of the
people in general.                                                       1792
Thoughts and sentiments on the evil and wicked traffic of the slavery
and commerce of the human species, humbly submitted to the
inhabitants of Great-Britain, by Ottobah Cugoano, ...                    1787

A word against a new election, that the people of England may see the
happy difference between English liberty and French slavery; ...      1710

Letters on slavery, by William Dickson, ... To which are added,
addresses to the whites, and to the free negroes of Barbadoes; and
accounts of some negroes eminent for their virtues and abilities.        1789

An answer to the Rev. Mr. Clarkson's essay on the slavery and
commerce of the human species, particularly the African; in a series
of letters, from a gentleman in Jamaica, to his friend in London:
wherein many of the mistakes and misrepresentations of Mr.               1789
An apology for slavery; or, six cogent arguments against the
immediate abolition of the slave-trade.                                  1792

Remarks on the late decision of the House of Commons respecting
the abolition of the slave trade. By Thomas Gisborne, M.A.               1792
Remarks on the late decision of the House of Commons respecting
the abolition of the slave trade. The second edition. By Thomas
Gisborne, M.A.                                                           1792
Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave-trade, shewing its
conformity with the principles of natural and revealed religion,
delineated in the sacred writings of the word of God. By the Rev. R.
Harris.                                                                  1788

The American defence of the Christian golden rule, or An essay to
prove the unlawfulness of making slaves of men. By him who loves         Printed in the year
the freedom of the souls and bodies of all men, John Hepburn.            1715
The slave-trade indispensable: in answer to the speech of William
Wilberforce, Esq. on the 13th of May, 1789. By a West-India-
merchant.                                                                1790
Chains of slavery. A work wherein the clandestine and villianous
attempts of princes to ruin liberty are pointed out, ...                 1774


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Substance of the argument of the Right Honourable Henry Dundas, on
the slave trade, April 23, 1792.                                          [1792]
An appeal to the candour of both Houses of Parliament, with a
recapitulation of facts respecting the abolition of the slave trade. In a
letter to William Wilberforce, ... By a member of the House of
Commons.                                                                  1793

A discourse, delivered April 12, 1797, at the request of and before the
New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and
Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated. By
Samuel Miller, A.M. One of the Ministers of the United Presb                --1797--
A letter to the treasurer of the Society instituted for the purpose of
effecting the abolition of the slave trade. From the Rev. Robert
Boucher Nickolls, ...                                                       1788
Letter to the treasurer of the Society instituted for the purpose of
effecting the abolition of the slave trade. From the Rev. Robert
Boucher Nickolls, ...                                                       1788
Letter to the treasurer of the Society instituted for the purpose of
effecting the abolition of the slave trade. From The Rev. Robert
Boucher Nickolls, ...                                                       1788
The true state of the question, addressed to the petitioners for the
abolition of the slave trade. By a plain man, who signed the petition at
Derby.                                                                      1792

West-India trade and islands. Commercial reasons for the non-
abolition of the slave trade, in the West-India Islands, by a planter.
And merchant of many years residence in the West-Indies.                    1789
An address to the publick on the proposed bill for the abolition of the
slave trade. By the Rev. James Ramsay.                                      1789

Objections to the abolition of the slave trade, with answers. To which
are prefixed, strictures on a late publication, intitled, "Considerations
on the emancipation of negroes, and the abolition of the slave trade,
by a West India planter." By the Rev. Ja                                    1788
Doubts on the abolition of the slave trade; by an old member of
Parliament.                                                                 1790
A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, ... on the proposed
abolition of the African slave trade. By the Rev. F. Randolph, ...          1788

An address to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery
of the Negroes in America. To which is added, A vindication of the
address, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden in        M,DCC,LXXIII.
Scripture; or, A defence of the West India pla                              [1773]
Americans against liberty: or an essay on the nature and principles of
true freedom, shewing that the designs and conduct of the Americans
tend only to tyranny and slavery.                                           1775
An appendix to the Representation, (printed in the year 1769,) of the
injustice and dangerous tendency of tolerating slavery, or of admitting
the least claim of private property in the persons of men in England.
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An essay on slavery, proving from Scripture its inconsistency with
humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The
African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles
of humanity, and with the laws of revealed reli                               1773

Extract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland; wherein is
demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade.            1793
The just limitation of slavery in the laws of God, compared with the
unbounded claims of the African traders and British American
slaveholders. By Granville Sharp. With a copious appendix: ...                1776
Observations on the project for abolishing the slave trade, and on the
reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the
negroes.                                                                      1790
Observations on the project for abolishing the slave trade, and on the
reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the
negroes. By John Lord Sheffield.                                              1791

An argument in the case of James Sommersett a negro, lately
determined by the Court of King's Bench: wherein it is attempted to
demonstrate the present unlawfulness of domestic slavery in England.
To which is prefixed a state of the case. By Mr. Hargrave,                    1772
Letters from an American farmer: describing certain provincial
situations, manners, and customs, not generally known; ... by J.
Hector St. John, ...                                                          1783
A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave-trade to
Africa. Shewing the injustice thereof, &c. Revised and abridged. By
James Swan.                                                                   1773
A dissertation on slavery: with a proposal for the gradual abolition of it,
in the state of Virginia. By St. George Tucker, professor of law in the
University of William and Mary, and one of the judges of the General
Court, in Virginia. [Four lines from M                                        1796
An apology for negro slavery: or the West-India planters vindicated
from the charge of inhumanity. By the author of Letters to a young
planter.                                                                      1786

Effects of slavery, on morals and industry. By Noah Webster, Jun.
Esq. Counsellor at law and member of the Connecticut Society for ehe          M.DCC.XCIII.
[sic] Promotion of Freedom. [Two lines from Shakespeare]                      [1793]
Thoughts upon slavery. By John Wesley, A.M.                                   1774
Considerations on the emancipation of negroes and on the abolition of
the slave-trade. By a West-India planter.                                     1788
The speech of Sir William Young, Bart., delivered in Parliament on the
subject of the slave-trade, April 19, 1791.                                   1791
Speech of Salmon P. Chase, In the Case of the Colored Woman,
Matilda, who was Brought before the Court of Common Pleas of
Hamilton County, Ohio                                                         1837
The African Captives. Trial of The Prisoners of The Amistad on The
Writ of Habeas Corpus, Before The Circuit Court of The United
States, for The District of Connecticut, at Hartford                          1839
A Brief Review of Some of The Points in The Case of The L'Amistad,
and The Principles Involved                                                   c.1840


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A Part of A Speech Pronounced by Francis S. Key, Esq. on the Trial
of Reuben Crandall, M.D.                                                    1836

Alexander Duguid, of Newbury in North Carolina, Master of the Said
Brig Sally, Alexander Shaw, of Kingston, in the Island of Jamaica,
Merchant and James Harker of Beaufort in North Carolina, Claimants,
and as Asserted,} Appellants. Against William Goss, C                       c.1796
Ali Haccari, of Tripoli, a Subject of His Highness the Bashaw of Tripoli,
Master of the said Ship, and Claimant of the whole of the Cargo, laden
on board the said Ship, on his own Behalf, as the true, lawful, and only
Owner and Proprietor thereof,} Appell                                       1814
Andrew T. Judson's Remarks, To the Jury, on the Trial of the Case,
State V P. Chandall                                                         c.1833
Appeal Cases in Prize Cases - July 1784-Mar. 1785                           c.1785
Argument of Robert J. Walker, Esq. Before The Supreme Court of
The United States, on The Mississippi Slave Question, at January
Term, 1841                                                                  1841
Argument of Wendell Phillips, Esq. before the Committee on Federal
Relations, (of the Massachusetts Legislature.) H. Supeors of the
Petitions for the Removal of Edward Greely Loring from the Office of
Judge of Probate, February 20, 1855.                                        1855
Boston Slave Riot, and Trial of Anthony Burns                               1854

Historical and Legal Examination of That Part of The Decision of The
Supreme Court of The United States in The Dred Scott Case, Which
Declares The Unconstitutionality of The Missouri Compromise Act,
and The Self-Extension of The Constitution to Territorie                    1858
Report of the Arguments of Counsel, and of the Opinion of the Court,
in the Case of Commonwealth vs. Aves; Tried and Determined in the
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.                                    1836

Report of the Case of Charles Brown, a Fugitive Slave, Owing Labour
and Service to WM. C. Drury, of Washington County, Maryland         1835

Report of the Lemmon Slave Case Containing Points and Arguments
of Counsel on Both Sides, and Opinions of All the Judges                    1861

Report of the Lemmon Slave Case: Containing Points and Arguments
of Counsel of both Sides, and Opinions of all the Judges                    1860
Report of The Proceedings at The Examination of Charles G. Davis,
Esq. on a Charge of Aiding and Abetting in the Rescue of a Fugitive
Slave                                                                       1851
Report of The Trial of Fourteen Negroes, at The Court-House,
Montego-Bay, January 28, 1824, and The Two Following Days, on A
Charge of Rebellions Conspiracy; With The Arguments of The
Advocates, and The Speeches of The Judges                                   1824
Some Antecedents of the Dred Scott Case                                     1924
The Case of Nathaniel Jennison for Attempting to Hold a Negro as a
Slave in Massachusetts in 1781                                              1874
The Life, Trial and Execution of Captain John Brown, Known as
&quot;Old Brown of Ossawatomie&quot; with a Full Account of the
Attempted Insurrection at Harper&apos;s Ferry                               c.1860


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The United States vs. William C. Corrie                                  1860
Trial and Imprisonment of Jonathan Walker, at Pensacola, Florida, for
Aiding Slaves to Escape From Bondage                                     1845
Trial of Henry W. Allen, U. S. Deputy Marshal, for Kidnapping, with
…rguments of Counsel & charge of Justice Marvin, on the
Constitutionality of the Fugitive Slave Law, in the Supreme Court of
New York                                                                 1852
Trial of John Brown                                                      1889
Unconstitutionality of the Fugitive Act…Argument of Byron Paine…         c.1854
Unconstitutionality of The Fugitive Slave Act. Decisions of The
Supreme Court of Wisconsin in The Cases of Booth and Rycraft             1855
United States v. Amy                                                     1859
A Legal Argument Before the Supreme Court of The State of New
Jersey, At the May Term, 1845, at Trenton, for the deliverance of
4,000 Persons from Bondage                                               1845
A History of The Detection, Conviction, Life and Designs of John A.
Murel, The Great Western Land Pirate                                     c.1840
A Report of The Decision of The Supreme Court of The United States,
and The Opinions of The Judges Thereof, in The Case of Dred Scott
versus John F.A. Sandford                                                1857
Anthony Burns A History                                                  1856
The Trial of Governor T. Picton, for Inflicting The Torture on Louisa
Calderon, a Free Mulatto, and One of his Britannic Majesty's Subjects,
in The Island of Trinidad                                                c.1806
District Court of the United States for The Southern Division of Iowa.
Burlington, June Term, 1850. Ruel Daggs, vs. Elihu Frazier, et als.
Trespass on The Case                                                     1850
Prison Life and Reflections; or, a Narrative of The Arrest, Trial,
Conviction, Imprisonment, Treatment, Obervations, Reflections, and
Deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson, who Suffered an Unjust
and Cruel Imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary, for Atte                1848

Report of The Trial of Castner Hanway for Treason, in The Resistance
of The Execution of The Fugitive Slave Law of September, 1850            1852
An Argument in the Case of James Sommersett A Negro Lately
Determined by the Court of King's Bench; Wherein it is attempted to
demonstrate the Present Unlawfulness of Domestic Slavery in
England to Which is Prefixed, A State of the Case.                       1774
An Argument in the Case of James Sommersett A Negro, lately
Determined by the Court of King's Bench                                  1772
A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin Presenting the Original Facts and
Documents Upon which the Story is Founded                                1853
Trial of Pedro De Zulueta, Jun., In The Central Criminal Court of the
City of London, On the 27th, 28th, and 30th of October, 1843, On A
Charge of Slave-Trading                                                  1844
Trial of Thomas Sims, on an Issue of Personal Liberty, on the Claim of
James Potter, of Georgia, Against him, as an Alleged Fugitive from
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Report of The Proceedings on The Writ of Habeas Corpus, Issued by
The Hon. John K. Kane, Judge of The District Court of The United
States for The Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in the Case of The
United States of America Ex Rel. John H. Wheeler vs. Pas            1856

A History of The Amistad Captives: being a Circumstantial Account of
The Capture of The Spanish Schooner Amistad, by The Africans on
Board; their Voyage, and Capture near Long Island, New York; with
Biographical Sketches of Each of The Surviving Africans                       1840
Report of the Case of Edward Prigg against The Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania.                                                                 1842
The Trial of Theodore Parker, for The "Misdemeanor" of A Speech in
Fanenil Ball against Kidnapping, Before The Circuit Court of The
United States, at Boston, April 3, 1855.                                      1855
Trial of The Prisoners of The Amistad on The Writ of Habeas Corpus,
Before The Circuit Court of The United States, for The District of
Connecticut, at Hartford                                                      1839
The Christiana Riot and The Treason Trials of 1851 An Historical
Sketch                                                                        1911
John Van Zandt, ad sectum Wharton Jones                                       1847
The Rendition of Anthony Burns                                                1854
The Senator; or, Parliamentary Chronicle
The Senator; or, Parliamentary Chronicle
The Senator; or, Parliamentary Chronicle

The Senator; or, Parliamentary Chronicle
A Full and corrected report of the proceedings at the antislavery
meeting held in...Birmingham, for the purpose of considering the
propriety of petitioning the House of Commons on the defeat of the act
for the abolition of colonial slavery on...February 1                         1836
A Letter to a member of Parliament concerning the African trade               [1709?]
A Letter to Granville Sharp, Esq. on the proposed abolition of the
slave trade                                                                   1788
A Plan for the abolition of slavery in the West Indies                        1772
A Plan for the abolition of slavery, consistently with the interests of all
parties concerned                                                             1828

A Review of some of the arguments which are commonly advanced
against Parliamentary interference in behalf of the Negro slaves : with
a statement of opinions which have been expressed on that subject by
many of our most distinguished statesmen                                1823

A Revolution of the spindles, for the overthrow of American slavery           [1848?]
A Solemn address to the members of the House of Commons, upon
the question, this day to be agitated in that House, of the abolition of
the slave trade                                                               [1789?]
Abridgment of the minutes of the evidence, taken before a committee
of the whole House, to whom it was referred to consider of the slave
trade, 1789[-91]                                                              [1792?]
Abstract of the evidence contained in the report of the Lords of the
Committee of Council, relative to the slave trade                             [1790]


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An Account of the number of negroes delivered in to the Island of
Barbadoes, Jamaica, and Antego, from the year 1698 to 1708. since
the trade was opened, taken from the accounts sent from the
respective governours of those islands to the Lords commissione          [1709]
An Answer to the Reverend James Ramsay's essay on the treatment
and conversion of slaves, in the British sugar colonies                  1784
An Inquiry into the right and duty of compelling Spain to relinquish her
slave trade in Northern Africa                                           1816

Anti-Slavery crisis : policy of ministers : reprinted from the Eclectic
Review for April, 1838 : with a postscript on the debate and division in
the House of Commons on the 29th and 30th of March                       1838
British slavery described                                                1828


British slavery described- 2d ed.                                           1828
Considerations upon the fatal consequences of abolishing the slave
trade, in the present situation of Great Britain                            1789

Considerations upon the fatal consequences of abolishing the slave
trade, in the present situation of Great Britain. The second edition        1789
Détails sur l'émancipation des esclaves dans les colonies anglaises
pendant les années 1834 et 1835, tirés des documens officiels
présentés au Parlement anglais et imprimé par son ordre : avec des
observations et des notes traduit de l'anglais                              1836

Exposés des motifs, rapports et débats des Chambres législatives
concernant les lois des 18 et 19 juillet 1845 relatif au régime des
esclaves à l'introduction de cultivateurs européens et à la formation
d'établissements agricoles dans les colonies françai                        1845
Horrors of West India slavery                                               [1805]

Interesting memoirs and documents relating to American slavery and
the glorious struggle now making for complete emancipation                  1846
Ladies' anti-slavery associations                                           [1828]
Letter from a gentleman in Barbadoes to his friend in London, on the
subject of manumission from slavery, granted in the City of London,
and in the West India colonies                                              1803
Letters on the necessity of a prompt extinction of British colonial
slavery : chiefly addressed to the more influential classes ... to which
are added, thoughts on compensation                                         1826
Letters on the necessity of a prompt extinction of British colonial
slavery : chiefly addressed to the more influential classes ... to which
are added, thoughts on compensation- 2d ed.                                 1826
No abolition; or, An attempt to prove to the conviction of every rational
British subject, that the abolition of the British trade with Africa for
negroes, would be a measure as unjust as impolitic, fatal to the
interests of this nation, ruinous to its su                                 1789




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Proposals humbly offer'd to the honourable House of Commons, for
the inlargement and more effectual carrying on the trade to Africa, for
the support of our British plantations, and investment of our British
manufactures                                                            [1709?]
Review of the Quarterly Review : or, An exposure of the erroneous
opinions promulgated in that work on the subject of colonial slavery.
with notes and an appendix                                              1824
Slavery in America                                                      [1845?]

Slavery in the West Indies : the substance of the debate in the House
of Lords, March 7, 1826, on Lord Bathurst's motion for adopting the
resolutions of the House of Commons of the 15th May, 1823                 1826
Slavery no oppression; or, some new arguments and opinions against
the idea of African liberty. Dedicated to the committtee of the company
that trade to Africa                                                      [179-?]
Society for the amelioration and gradual abolition of slavery.            [1823?]
Strictures on An address to the people of Great Britain, on the
propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum                     1792
Substance of a speech intended to have been made on Mr.
Wilberforce's motion for the abolition of the slave trade, on Tuesday,
April 3, 1792                                                             1792

Substance of a speech intended to have been made on Mr.
Wilberforce's motion for the abolition of the slave trade, on Tuesday,
April 3, 1792. Second edition, corrected, with notes, and an appendix 1792
Substance of the debates on a resolution for abolishing the slave
trade, which was moved in the House of Commons on the 10th June,
1806, and in the House of Lords on the 24th June, 1806. With an
appendix, containing notes and illustrations                           1806

The American ship-master's daily assistant; or, Compendium of
marine law, and mercantile regulations and customs. Containing also,
a great variety of useful tables and commercial forms, calculated to
assist ship-qwners, consigners, supercargoes, and maste                   1807
The Horrors of the Negro slavery existing in our West Indian islands,
irrefragably demonstrated from official documents recently presented
to the House of Commons                                                   1805
The Horrors of the Negro slavery existing in our West Indian islands,
irrefragably demonstrated from official documents recently presented
to the House of Commons. 2d. ed.                                          1805
The necessity of abolishing Negro slavery demonstrated : being an
abridgement of a pamphlet, entitled, "The slave colonies of Great
Britain ; or, a picture of Negro slavery, drawn by the colonists
themselves"                                                               1826


The Negro's friend : or, The Sheffield anti-slavery album                 1826
The North and the South                                                   [1850?]
The Senator; or, Parliamentary Chronicle
Thoughts on the prompt abolition of British slavery.                      [1826?]




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The first annual report of the Aberdeen Anti-Slavery Society for
promoting the mitigation and ultimate abolition of Negro slavery : read
at the general meeting, held on Monday the 16th January, 1826 : with
an account of the proceedings of the meeting, &c                        1826
The Constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the
declaration of the National Anti-Slavery Convention at Philadelphia,
1833, and the address to the public issued by the Executive
Committee of the Society in Settember [sic] 1836                        1838
Minutes of the proceedings of a special meeting of the fifteenth
American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery ... at
Philadelphia, on the tenth day of December, 1818, and continued by
adjournments until the fifteenth of the same month, inclu               1818

Account of the receipts & disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society
for the years 1823, 1824, 1825 & 1826 : with a list of the subscribers      [1827?]
Account of the receipts & disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society
for the years 1829 & 1830 : with a list of the subscribers                  [1831]
Account of the receipts and disbursements of the Anti-Slavery Society
for the year 1831 : with a list of the subscribers                          [1832]
Report of the Agency Committee of the Anti-Slavery Society,
established in June, 1831 for the purpose of disseminating information
by lectures on colonial slavery                                             1832
An official letter from the Commissioners of Correspondence of the
Bahama Islands to George Chalmers : concerning the proposed
abolition of slavery in the West Indies                                     1823
Ninth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society :
presented October 12, 1842                                                  1842
Report of the Boston Female Anti Slavery Society : with a concise
statement of events previous and subsequent to the annual meeting
of 1835                                                                     1836
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society for the abolition of slavery and
the slave-trade throughout the world : address                              [1839]
The fourth annual report of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery
Society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the
world : presented to the general meeting held...on...June 21st, 1843...
: with an appendix, list of contributions                                   1843
Rules of the Colchester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Association : At a
meeting of ladies, held in Colchester, on the 1st of July, 1825, the
following resolutions were read and approved.                               [1825]
An Affectionate expostulation with Christians in the United States of
America, because of the continuance of Negro slavery throughout
many districts of their country                                             [1845?]


The first annual report of the Edinburgh Society for Promoting the
Mitigation and Ultimate Abolition of Negro Slavery with an appendix         1824

Code noir, ou Recueil d'édits, declarations et arrêts concernant les
esclaves négres de l'Amérique, avec un recueil de reglemens,
concernant la police des isles françoises l'Amérique & les engagés          1743
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Recueils de réglemens, édits, déclarations et arrêts, concernant le
commerce, l'administration de la justice, & la police des colonies
Françaises de l'Amerique, & les engagés. Avec le code noir, et
l'addition audit code. Nouvelle édition                                    1765

Proceedings of the National Assembly of France, upon the proposed
abolition of the slave trade in that kingdom                               1790
Compte rendu au Roi de l'exécution des lois des 18 et 19 juillet 1845
sur le régime des esclaves, la création d'établissements agricoles par
le travail libre, etc                                                      1847
Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention called by the
Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society and held in
London from...June 12th to...June 23rd, 1840                               1841
Proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention called by the
Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society and held in
London from...June 13th to...June 20th, 1843                               [1843]
Abstract of the acts of Parliaments for abolishing the slave trade, and
of the Orders in council founded upon them                                 1810
The Assiento; or contract for allowing to the subject of Great Britain
the liberty of importing negroes into the Spanish America. Sign'd by
the Catholick King at Madrid, the twenty sixth day of March, 1713. By
her Majesties special command                                              1713

Substance of the debates on the bill for abolishing the slave trade,
which was brought into the House of Lords on the 2d January, 1807,
and into the House of Commons on the 10th February, 1807, and
which was finally passed into a law on the 25th March, 18               1808
Letter of Gen. A.J. Hamilton, of Texas : to the President of the United
States.                                                                 1865

Emancipation of slaves in rebel states : speech of Hon. A. Harding, of
Kentucky, in the House of representatives, December 17, 1861, on
the joint resolution relative to the right and duty of the President in
regard to persons held as slaves in any militar                            1861
Freedom's lyre, or, Psalms, hymns, and sacred songs, for the slave
and his friends.                                                           1840
A statement of facts respecting the condition & treatment of slaves, in
the city of Vicksburgh and its vicinity, in the state of Mississippi, in
1838 & '39.                                                                1839
The election of a black republican president an overt act of aggression
on the right of property in slaves : the South urged to adopt concerted
action for future safety : a speech before the people of Albemarle, on
the 2nd day of January, 1860.                                              1860
The refugees : a sequel to "Uncle Tom's cabin."                            1892
A life for liberty : anti-slavery and other letters of Sallie Holley.      1899
Slaveholding not sinful : an argument before the General Synod of the
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, October, 1855.                           1855
Slaveholding not sinful : an answer to ... John Van Dyke, Esq.'s reply
to the argument of Rev. Dr. How.                                           1856
Report of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and
the opinions of the judges thereof, in the case of Dred Scott versus
John F.A. Sandford : December term, 1856.                                  1857


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The freedmen of the war : a discourse delivered at the annual meeting
of the American Baptist Home Mission Society, Philadelphia, May
19th, 1864.                                                                 1864
Slavery in the territories : speech of Mr. Jenkins, of New York, on the
Mexican treaty : delivered in the House of Representatives, February
17, 1849.                                                                   [1849]
Slavery sanctioned by the Bible : the first part of a general treatise on
the slavery question.                                                       1861
A death blow to the principles of abolition.                                [183-?]
Slavery consistent with Christianity.                                       1840
A part of a speech pronounced by Francis S. Key, Esq. on the trial of
Reuben Crandall, M.D. : before the Circuit court of the District of
Columbia, at the March term thereof, 1836, on an indictment for
publishing libels with intent to excite sedition and                        1836
Argument of E.C. Larned, Esq., counsel for the defence : on the trial
of Joseph Stout, indicted for rescuing a fugitive slave from the United
States deputy marshal, at Ottawa, Ill., Oct. 20, 1859 : delivered in the
United States District Court in the nort                                    1860
African colonization : an address delivered by Hon. John H.B. Latrobe,
President of the American Colonization Society, at the anniversary
meeting of the American Colonization Society : held in the hall of the
House of Representatives, Washington City, Jan                              1862
The Amistad case : men not recognised as property by the
Constitution : speech of Hon. De Witt C. Leach, of Michigan : delivery
in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1858.                          [1858]
Speech of Hon. Abram [sic] Lincoln before the Republican state
convention, June 16, 1858.                                                  1858

The first Lincoln and Douglas debate : at Ottawa, Ill., Aug. 21, 1858.      [1897]

The opinions of Abraham Lincoln, upon slavery and its issues :
indicated by his speeches, letters, messages, and proclamations.            [1864?]
Zoe ; or, The quadroon's triumph. : A tale for the times.                   1855

Human beings not property : speech of Hon. Owen Lovejoy, of Illinois
: delivered in the House of Representatives, February 17, 1858.             [1858]
Speech of Horace Mann, of Massachusetts, on the subject of slavery
in the territories : and the consequences of a dissolution of the Union :
delivered in the United States House of Representatives, February 15,
1850.                                                                       1850
Remarks of George P. Marsh, of Vermont : on slavery in the territories
of New Mexico, California and Oregon : delivered in the House of
Representatives, August 3d, 1848.                                           [1848]
The 'manifest destiny' of the American union.                               1857
The fugitive slave law and its victims.                                     1861

Fugitive slaves (1619-1865).                                                1891
Letter on the relation of the white and African races in the United
States : showing the necessity of the colonization of the latter :
addressed to the President of the U.S.                                      1862
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A discourse, delivered at the African meeting-house, in Boston, July
14, 1808 : in grateful celebration of the abolition of the African slave-
trade, by the governments of the United States, Great Britain and
Denmark.                                                                  1808
Ten years progress, or, A comparison of the state and condition of the
colored people in the city and county of Philadelphia from 1837 to
1847.                                                                     1849

Services of colored Americans, in the wars of 1776 and 1812.                  1851

Emancipation, white and black.                                                [1864?]
A t