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Garrison, Wm. Lloyd, editor.

THE LIBERATOR. "Our Country Is the World -- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind" Boston, Friday, October 5, 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, 157-160. Creased, torn, splitting, tape repaired, toned, some soiling, pencil #. Included in contents: "The Episcopalians and the Slave Trade"; "A New Method of Abolishing Slavery, by 'Inorganic Forces'!"; "Baptism of Slaves"; appearance of anti-slavery advocate Miss Sally Holly in Centreville, Mass. At Liberty Hall and not at the unoccupied meeting-house "moral conditions of the church in that place, which can close its doors against anti-slavery lectures in this day of the nineteenth century!"; poem by John G. Whittier; "Letter from James Redpath" in which Redpath describes meeting the president of Hayti (sic), presenting him with a bust of abolitionist John Brown and "the President is very anxious to promote an educated emancipation from the Northern States and his ministers are about to initiate vigorous measures to inform the colored people of America of the advantages of Hayti as a home for the African races" and much more. Sold as is.


Book Id: 99-2108

Price: $75.00

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