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PERSONAL NARRATIVES—­PART I.1
PRIVATIONS OF THE SLAVES.1
PERSONAL NARRATIVES, PART II.1
PERSONAL NARRATIVES.—­PART III.3
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED: 4
INTRODUCTION.5
PERSONAL NARRATIVES.11
NARRATIVE OF MR. CAULKINS.13
NARRATIVE AND TESTIMONY OF REV.  HORACE MOULTON.26
THE LABOR OF THE SLAVES27
VI.  RUNAWAYS35
HORACE MOULTON36
TESTIMONY OF MR. WILLIAM POE44
PRIVATIONS OF THE SLAVES.46
47
NEGROES WANTED.59
II.  LABOR60
HOURS OF LABOR AND REST.61
III.  CLOTHING.69
IV.  DWELLINGS.74
V. TREATMENT OF THE SICK.76
PERSONAL NARRATIVES—­PART II.79
NARRATIVE OF MR. WILLIAM LEFTWICH, A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA.84
TESTIMONY OF MR. LEMUEL SAPINGTON, A NATIVE OF MARYLAND.87
TESTIMONY OF MRS. NANCY LOWRY, A NATIVE OF KENTUCKY.88
TESTIMONY OF MR. WM. C. GILDERSLEEVE, A NATIVE OF GEORGIA90
TESTIMONY OF MR. HIRAM WHITE—­A NATIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA90
HIRAM WHITE91
TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON—­A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA.91
TESTIMONY OF ANGELINA GRIMKE WELD.93
GENERAL TESTIMONY104
TESTIMONY OF REV.  GEORGE WHITEFIELD.105
TESTIMONY OF THE HON.  WILLIAM PINCKNEY, OF MARYLAND.106
TESTIMONY OF HON.  JOHN RANDOLPH, OF ROANOKE—­A SLAVEHOLDER.107
109
TESTIMONY OF REV.  JOHN RANKIN,109
TESTIMONY OF THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY.110
TESTIMONY OF THE GRADUAL EMANCIPATION SOCIETY OF NORTH CAROLINA.110
TESTIMONY OF B. SWAIN, ESQ., OF NORTH CAROLINA.111
TESTIMONY OF DR. JAMES C. FINLEY,111
TESTIMONY OF THE MARYVILLE (TENNESSEE) INTELLIGENCER, OF OCT. 4, 1835.112
Extract of a letter from SARAH M. GRIMKE, dated 4th Month, 2nd, 1839114
EXTRACTS114
PUNISHMENTS.114
117
124
II.  TORTURES, BY IRON COLLARS, CHAINS, FETTERS, HANDCUFFS, &c.135
III.  BRANDINGS, MAIMINGS, GUY-SHOT WOUNDS, &c.144
Mr. R.P.  Carney, Clark Co.  Ala., in the Mobile Register, Dec. 22, 1832144
Mr. F.L.C.  Edwards, in the “Southern Telegraph”, Sept. 25, 1837147
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PERSONAL NARRATIVES-PART III.177
PLANTATIONS.177
CLOTHING.179
FOOD.179
WORK.180
TESTIMONY OF REUBEN G. MACY AND RICHARD MACY.184
TESTIMONY OF REUBEN G. MACY.185
TESTIMONY OF RICHARD MACY.186
TESTIMONY OF MR. ELEAZAR POWELL187
TESTIMONY ON THE AUTHORITY OF REV.  WM. SCALES, LYNDON, VT190
TESTIMONY OF JOSEPH IDE, ESQ.190
TESTIMONY OF REV.  PHINEAS SMITH192
TESTIMONY OF PHILEMON BLISS, ESQ.194
198
TESTIMONY OF REV.  WILLIAM A. CHAPIN.199
TESTIMONY OF MESSRS.  T.D.M.  AND F.C.  MACY.200
TESTIMONY OF A CLERGYMAN.203
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.208
230
237
243
250
OBJECTION VIII.—­’PUBLIC OPINION IS A PROTECTION TO THE SLAVE.’271
308
THE ‘PROTECTION’ VOUCHSAFED BY ‘PUBLIC OPINION,’ TO LIBERTY.309
THE PROTECTION OF “PUBLIC OPINION” TO DOMESTICS TIES.313
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347
ARKANSAS.359
MISSOURI.364
THE MORMON WAR.365
ALABAMA.366
The “Milledgeville Federal Union” of July 11, 1837, has the following369
MISSISSIPPI.371
LOUISIANA.378
The editor of the same paper says (Nov. 4, 1837.)382
TENNESSEE.383
KENTUCKY.387
A. STEVENSON403
A.404
B.405
BOOKS.405
C.406
D.407
E.407
F.407
FEMALE SLAVE DRIVERS408
G.408
H.408
I.408
J.409
K.409
L.409
M.409
N.410
O.410
P.410
Q.411
R.411
S.412
T.414
THE420
SPEECH420
IN REPLY TO THE SPEECH OF420
IN SENATE, FEBRUARY 9, 1839.420
SPEECH421
THE456
THE456
A PRO-SLAVERY COMPACT.456
SELECTIONS456
CONTENTS.456
INTRODUCTION.456
THE CONSTITUTION460
LIST OF MEMBERS484
489
BY JAMES MADISON516
DEBATES IN FIRST CONGRESS,518
LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.565
FROM573
EXTRACTS FROM573
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.—­NO.  XI577
CONSTITUTION577
OR577
FROM577
CONTENTS.577
INTRODUCTION.577
THE CONSTITUTION581
ARTICLE VII.597
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1787.608
616
NEW YORK CONVENTION.620
NORTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.635
SOUTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.639
FEDERALIST, No. 42642
BY JAMES MADISON.642
DEBATES IN FIRST CONGRESS.644
ADDRESS671
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE671
THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY671
LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.691
FRANCIS JACKSON699
MR. WEBSTER’S SPEECH699
EXTRACTS FROM699
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