HOME
TERMS
ABOUT US
LOGIN
CONTACT US
HOURS & DIRECTIONS
ADVANCED SEARCH
BROWSE

0 Items

Garrison, Wm. Lloyd, editor.

THE LIBERATOR. "Our Country Is the World -- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind" Boston, Friday, November 2, 1860. [Harriet Beecher Stowe].

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, 174-176. Split, rear page is in two pieces, approx 7 x 9 section detached from front page, tape repaired, creased, toned, some soiling. Included in contents: The Foreign Slave Trade a Blessing, excerpted from the New York Journal of Commerce, in part "the native African is an habitual drunkard, a thief, a liar, revengeful, licentious. . . The negroes held in slavery in the United States are much better off, physically and morally. . . The condition, prospects and character of the negro improve under the refining influences of civilized life. . . To raise up the great African race . . . To place them in a position where every favor and liberty. . . Shall be allowed them, just as it is allowed to the whites, is a possibility of which we may dream for coming ages. . ."; Daniel Webster on Slavery Extension in which he opposes Southern slaveholders who wish to travel freely in the north with their slaves and be protected by Southern slave property alws during their travels; The Suffrage Question: Shall Colored Men be Allowed to Vote in the State of New York?, "in which an appeal of this subject has been prepared by a Committee of Colored Men. . . "; Slavery a Social Evil, the writer states "As a social evil, slavery cannot be too much magnified. Can our Southern friends wonder when Northern men turn abolitionists?. . .; A Slave Remanded to His Master from Ohio, Henson a 12 year old boy, escaped from a boat tied up at Cincinnati and the judge returned him to his owner; Wanted - a Situation by a colored lad, 17 years of age, to learn the Newspaper, Book, or Job-Printing business. . .; poem The Slave Mother's Lament and an article by unabashed Anglophile Harriet Beecher Stowe on the Prince of Wales' recent visit "the visit of the Prince to the states is a deeper and wider thing than it first appears to be. . . It is an embodiment, in a boy's form, of a glorious related nation, of whose near kindred America has every reason to be proud. . ." and much more. Sold as is.


Book Id: 99-2111

Price: $75.00

privacy policy | security | Site Map | Site by Bibliopolis