Conservation Treatment Job #8148
May Anti Slavery Pamphlets v.1, no.1-18- Man-stealing and slavery denounced by the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches : Together with an address to all the churches.- Maryland scheme of expatriation examined.- Sermon, delivered in the Second Congregational Church, Norwich, on the Fourth of July, 1834, at the request of the Anti-slavery Society of Norwich & Vicinity- 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.- Four sermons, preached in the chapel of the Western Reserve College : on Lord's days, November 18th and 25th, and December 2nd and 9th, 1832.- Sin of slavery, and its remedy : containing some reflections on the moral influence of African colonization.- Address of the Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-Slavery Society, to the public : presented 11th month, 8th, 1834.- Address delivered in the Congregational Church, in Middlebury, by request of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society, on Wednesday evening, February 18, 1835.- Oration in honor of universal emancipation in the British Empire : delivered at South Reading, August first, 1834.- 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.- Despotism of freedom, or, The tyranny and cruelty of American Republican slave-masters, shown to be the worst in the world : in a speech, delivered at the first anniversary of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, 1833.- Address of the New-York Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society : to their fellow-citizens.- 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 destructive ; cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger : an outline for immediate emancipation; and remarks on compensation.- Facts proving the good conduct and prosperity of emancipated negroes, and remarks on melioration.- Letter on colonization : addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky Colonization Society.- Extinguisher" extinguished! or David M. Reese, M.D. "used up." By David Ruggles, a man of color. Together with some remarks upon a late production, entitled "An address on slavery and against immediate emancipation with a plan of their being gradually emancipated and colonized in thirty-two years.- Mr. Birney's second letter : to the ministers and elders of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky.
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Conservation Treatment Job #8148 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for May Anti- Slavery Pamphlets
Conservation; Book repair