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Garrison, Wm. Lloyd, editor.

THE LIBERATOR. "Our Country Is the World -- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind" Boston, Friday, November 16, 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, 181-184. Creased, torn, splitting, toned, some soiling. Included in contents: "Miss Remond in Edinburgh" in which "a public meeting was held in Brighton Street Chapel to hear a lecture on American Slavery, by Miss Sarah P. Remond, a lady of color"; The Reign of Terror, a lengthy letter by a Boston resident who travelled to Valhermoso, Alabama, to become the principal of the Somerville Academy; not long after taking up his position he was charged with "being an Abolition emissary who had come to incite the slave to murder and rapine. . . " with the evidence based solely on supposed conversations that occurred on principal's journey on the steamer South Carolina on his way down South. Detailed information on how he was terrorized; Acquittal of the Hitchings, trial and acquittal of two abolitionists; Justice vs. Colorphobia, former Civil War general Benjamin Butler successfully defended an assault and battery case for a "colored barber" who was removed from a concert hall; An Abolitionist Hung in Alabama; Palmer, a "daguerrean artist" was accused of giving bowie knives to slaves; Anti-Slavery Addresses, given by Messrs. Douglass and Remond, two colored gentlemen. . . (most likely Frederick Douglass and Charles Remond); A Colored Exodus from South Carolina, "Within the past 30 days, an extensive emigration of free colored people has set in from Charleston to Philadelphia. A recent law of South Carolina, compelling the use of distinctive badge by all free colored people, has proved highly obnoxious to a great many of this Class"; Fugitive Slave Case in Illinois, The "Negro Act" of Maryland, Crew of the Slaver Storm King, Clearance of an Alleged Slaver and much more. Sold as is.


Book Id: 99-2119

Price: $95.00

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