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Garrison, Wm. Lloyd, editor.

THE LIBERATOR. "Our Country Is the World -- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind" Boston, Friday, September 28, 1860.

Masthead shows three images: one of a slave auction and one of emancipated slaves, in the center is Christ "I Come to Break the Bonds of the Oppressor," 18 x 25, 153-156. Creased, torn, splitting, tape repaired, toned, some soiling. Included in contents: "Southern Aggression" in part "The Southern States of this confederacy have about 4,000,000 negroes, African savages or their descendants to deal with. To leave these negroes free to follow their own inclinations would be a virtual annexation of the Southern States. . ."; an excerpt from the New York Journal of Commerce: "The more 'liberty' the wicked and foolish enjoy, the more slavery they inflict and suffer"; "The Prince (of Wales) and The Colored People's Address"; "Labor in the West Indies"; "The Way Northern Businessmen are Welcomed in the South"; "Deceit of the Apologists for Slavery"; "Propositions Regarding Slavery and the Constitution"; "A Citizen of Maine Whipped in South Carolina" in which "a man . . . was on Saturday last, by order of the Vigilance Committee, whipped by a Negro. . . for tampering with slaves in that vicinity"; "Fugitive Slave Excitement in Ohio," poem by Longfellow and much more. Sold as is.


Book Id: 99-2107

Price: $85.00

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