Speeches, Debates, and Interviews Volume 1: 1841-1846

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A CALL FOR THE BRITISH NATION TO TESTIFY AGAINST SLAVERY (1846-08-28)

A CALL FOR THE BRITISH NATION TO TESTIFY AGAINST SLAVERY (1846-08-28)

Exeter Western Times, 5 September 1846.

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A FEW FACTS AND PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF SLAVERY (1846-03-24)

A FEW FACTS AND PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF SLAVERY (1846-03-24)

Ayr (Scot.) Advertiser, 26 March 1846. Another text in Ayr (Scot.) Observer, 31 March 1846.

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A SIMPLE TALE OF AMERICAN SLAVERY: (1846-09-11)

A SIMPLE TALE OF AMERICAN SLAVERY: (1846-09-11)

Sheffield Mercury, 12 September 1846. Other texts in Sheffield and Rotherham Independent, 12 September 1846; Sheffield Times and Rotherham Advertiser, 19 September 1846.

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ABOLITIONISTS AND THIRD PARTIES

ABOLITIONISTS AND THIRD PARTIES

The Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society held its tenth annual meeting in Boston on 26 January 1842. Garrisonian abolitionist Francis Jackson presided. During the afternoon session the Business Committee presented a series of resolutions which urged that moral suasion was superior to political...

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AMERICA'S COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERY AND THE ABOLITIONISTS' WORK: (1846-04-06)

AMERICA'S COMPROMISE WITH SLAVERY AND THE ABOLITIONISTS' WORK: (1846-04-06)

Renfrewshire Advertiser, 11 April 1846.

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AMERICAN AND SCOTTISH PREJUDICE AGAINST THE SLAVE: (1846-05-01)

AMERICAN AND SCOTTISH PREJUDICE AGAINST THE SLAVE: (1846-05-01)

Edinburgh Caledonian Mercury, 7 May 1846. Other texts in Edinburgh Advertiser, 5 May 1846; Edinburgh Evening Post, 6 May 1846; Edinburgh Weekly Journal, 6 May 1846; Glasgow Argus, 7 May 1846; Edinburgh Scottish Herald, 9 May 1846.

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AMERICAN PREJUDICE AGAINST COLOR (1845-10-23)

AMERICAN PREJUDICE AGAINST COLOR (1845-10-23)

Cork Examiner, 27 October 1845. Other texts in British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Reporter, ser. 1, 6 : 212 (12 November 1845), misdated 20 October 1845; National Anti-Slavery Standard, 27 November 1845. Cork's Imperial Hotel was the scene of a major address by Douglass on 23 October 1845.

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American Prejudice and Southern Religion

American Prejudice and Southern Religion

On the evening of 4 November 1841, members of the Plymouth County Anti-Slavery Society, together with "New England freemen" and at least one "southern gentleman," reassembled at the church in Hingham, Massachusetts, to consider resolutions postponed during their afternoon session. Urging the...

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AMERICAN SLAVERY AND BRITAIN'S REBUKE OF MANSTEALERS: (1846-08-31)

AMERICAN SLAVERY AND BRITAIN'S REBUKE OF MANSTEALERS: (1846-08-31)

Bridgwater Times, 3 September 1846.

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AMERICAN SLAVERY, AMERICAN CHURCHES, AND THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE (1846-09-18)

AMERICAN SLAVERY, AMERICAN CHURCHES, AND THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE (1846-09-18)

Sunderland and Durham County Herald, 25 September 1846. Other texts in Liberator, 13 November 1846; London Nonconformist, 30 September 1846.

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