A long article, by the above title, ends on the second page, with these words:  “What  Must Be Done? … There are three modes in which slavery can be overthrown:…

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1832 Anti-Slavery Organizations

“As a people, we of New England, are lamentably ignorant of the subject of slavery, but even our ignorance is exceeded by our apathy.  When we hear of the cruel…

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1832 Complicity of North

1832 Females

1832 Adams, John Quincy

Here are portions of a letter by Thomas Jefferson, which was read in the Virginia Legislature by T. J. Randolph, grandson of Jefferson, who claimed that the letter “furnished new evidence…

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1832 Toussaint & Washington

1832 Slavery effects on whites

At the bottom of the page, without comment, attribution, or signature: “The whole system of slavery is essentially and radically bad—injustice and oppression are its fundamental principles; whatever lenity may…

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1832 Slavery

In a long section  “Tour of the Editor” in his visit to Providence, Garrison comments on seeing Moses Brown:   “ I made a short visit to the venerable Moses Brown,…

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1832 Brown, Moses

An Executor’s notice of sale of real estate, signed by Primus Hall, Executor, Oct 30. Daniel Hersey, Auctioneer  Land measurements are given .. land on a court leading from Belknap…

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1832 Hall, Primus

Notice of meeting of GCA to be held on Nov 28th to consider petitioning Congress to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia … signed by Thomas Dalton, President, and…

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1832 General Colored Association

1832 Nullification

May 19, 1832 An article from the Vermont Chronicler, indicates that in Mexico, “immediately upon declaration of independence, a law was passed by the general government for the abolition of…

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1832 Abolition - Mexico

January 7, 1832 In a section of Correspondence, the Editor calls attention to “the reward so daringly offered by the Senate of Georgia for our abduction, is thus noticed by…

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