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Garrison, Wm. Lloyd (ed.)

The Liberator: Our Country is the World- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind Vol. XIII No. 38

Boston, Massachusetts Friday, Septemb 25 x 18", 149-152. Light toning, scattered spotting, folded in half, fold creases, edge and fold tears, small holes else good condition. Some of the articles: "A Slaveholder's Convention in Missouri" which "was to assemble at Hannibal...for the purpose of devising some means to keep Illinois abolitionists from showing the slaves the road to Canada", "Emancipation In Kentucky and Virginia" the lack of it being blamed on the abolitionists and "their agitation of the slave questions in the free states", "The Buffalo Convention Of Men Of Color". Some smaller items: "Release Of The Slave At Albany" where the court left the decision up to a female slave whether to return to her master or stay in the North, she chose freedom, a report that Cassius M. Clay of Lexington was "assailing slavery" through the "Kentucky Intelligencer" "denounces it in the name of the soil it dishonors...of outraged humanity". Ads: "Genteel Boarding For Respectable Colored Seamen", "Boarding House For Colored Seamen", and "Wanted...a colored girl about 15 years of age, to live in a family in the country". The masthead shows two images: a slave auction and emancipated slaves.


Book Id: 99-4627

Price: $75.00

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