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THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER1
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER2
TO THE2
OR, TO SUCH AMERICANS AS VALUE THEIR RIGHTS, AND2
FELLOW COUNTRYMEN!2
ARTHUR TAPPAN, \10
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.10
APPEAL10
BY A.E.  GRIMKE.10
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.49
APPEAL49
BY A.E.  GRIMKE REVISED AND CORRECTED.49
THIRD EDITION.90
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.90
LETTER OF GERRIT SMITH90
OF THE90
No. 4147
THE147
AN INQUIRY147
PATRIARCHAL AND MOSAIC SYSTEMS147
NEW-YORK: 147
CONTENTS.147
DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.148
IMPORT OF THE WORD “BUY,” AND THE PHRASE “BOUGHT WITH MONEY.”160
168
IV.  WERE THE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY?174
V.—­WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS THEIR LEGAL PROPERTY?180
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.189
213
THE222
THE222
AN INQUIRY INTO THE222
ON THE SUBJECT OF222
NEW YORK: 222
CONTENTS223
DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.224
IMPORT OF “BUY,” AND “BOUGHT WITH MONEY.”234
238
241
IV.—­WERE THE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY?247
V.—­WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?251
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.260
THE286
THE286
AN INQUIRY INTO THE286
ON THE SUBJECT OF286
NEW YORK: 286
CONTENTS.286
DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.288
THE MORAL LAW AGAINST SLAVERY.291
MANSTEALING—­EXAMINATION OF EX.  XXI. 16.293
IMPORT OF “BUY,” AND “BOUGHT WITH MONEY.”298
I. THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF SERVANTS.304
II.  WERE PERSONS MADE SERVANTS AGAINST THEIR WILLS?308
III.  WERE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY318
IV.—­WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?326
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.343
NO. 5.378
ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.378
POWER OF CONGRESS378
REPRINTED FROM THE NEW-YORK EVENING POST, WITH ADDITIONS BY THE AUTHOR.378
POWER OF CONGRESS378
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.378
STATEMENT OF THE QUESTION AT ISSUE.380
392
OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.399
WYTHE.426
THE439
THE439
OVER THE439
439
NEW-YORK: 439
POWER OF CONGRESS439
453
OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.459
POSTSCRIPT484
NO. 5498
THE498
OVER THE498
POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.498
POSTSCRIPT544
ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.  NO. 6.556
PREFACE.556
NARRATIVE564
NO. 7594
EMANCIPATION IN THE WEST INDIES.594
CONTENTS.594
ANTIGUA.—­CHAPTER II.595
ANTIGUA.—­CHAPTER III.595
BARBADOES.596
APPENDIX.598
ANTIGUA.602
CHAPTER I.602
THE AMERICAN CONSUL625
CHAPTER II.643
CHAPTER III.664
BARBADOES707
CHAPTER I.707
CHAPTER II.733
STATION-HOUSE AT DISTRICT A.740
CHAPTER III.751
BREAKFAST AT MR. PRESCOD’S755
CHAPTER IV.761
CHAPTER V.771
JAMAICA.780
CHAPTER I.780
CHAPTER II.796
CHAPTER III.833
APPENDIX.850
IMPORTS OF LUMBER.858
RETURN OF EXPORTS—­SUGAR.858
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER—­EXTRA.882
TRANSITION899
WAGES908
LETTER OF EIGHT BAPTIST MISSIONARIES.915
LETTER TO MR. STURGE, FROM A SPECIAL JUSTICE.920
FROM THE REV.  J. KINGDON922
FROM THE REV.  J. HUTCHINS.925
BARBADOS937
947
IN948
NO 8.1005
BETWEEN THE1005
AND1005
REMARKS IN EXPLANATION.1006
CORRESPONDENCE.1006
APPENDIX A.1051
APPENDIX B.1055
APPENDIX C.1057
APPENDIX D.1057
APPENDIX E.1058
APPENDIX F.1060
APPENDIX G.1065
APPENDIX H.1066
NO. 9.1070
LETTER1070
TO1070
LETTER.1071
AMERICAN SLAVERY1117
NOTE.1118
CONTENTS.1119
PERSONAL NARRATIVES—­PART I.1119
PRIVATIONS OF THE SLAVES.1119
PERSONAL NARRATIVES, PART II.1119
PERSONAL NARRATIVES.—­PART III.1121
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED: 1122
INTRODUCTION.1124
PERSONAL NARRATIVES.1129
NARRATIVE OF MR. CAULKINS.1131
NARRATIVE AND TESTIMONY OF REV.  HORACE MOULTON.1144
THE LABOR OF THE SLAVES1145
VI.  RUNAWAYS1153
HORACE MOULTON1154
TESTIMONY OF MR. WILLIAM POE1162
PRIVATIONS OF THE SLAVES.1164
1165
NEGROES WANTED.1177
II.  LABOR1178
HOURS OF LABOR AND REST.1179
III.  CLOTHING.1187
IV.  DWELLINGS.1192
V. TREATMENT OF THE SICK.1194
PERSONAL NARRATIVES—­PART II.1197
NARRATIVE OF MR. WILLIAM LEFTWICH, A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA.1202
TESTIMONY OF MR. LEMUEL SAPINGTON, A NATIVE OF MARYLAND.1205
TESTIMONY OF MRS. NANCY LOWRY, A NATIVE OF KENTUCKY.1206
TESTIMONY OF MR. WM. C. GILDERSLEEVE, A NATIVE OF GEORGIA1208
TESTIMONY OF MR. HIRAM WHITE—­A NATIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA1208
HIRAM WHITE1209
TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON—­A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA.1209
TESTIMONY OF ANGELINA GRIMKE WELD.1211
GENERAL TESTIMONY1222
TESTIMONY OF REV.  GEORGE WHITEFIELD.1223
TESTIMONY OF THE HON.  WILLIAM PINCKNEY, OF MARYLAND.1224
TESTIMONY OF HON.  JOHN RANDOLPH, OF ROANOKE—­A SLAVEHOLDER.1225
1227
TESTIMONY OF REV.  JOHN RANKIN,1227
TESTIMONY OF THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY.1228
TESTIMONY OF THE GRADUAL EMANCIPATION SOCIETY OF NORTH CAROLINA.1228
TESTIMONY OF B. SWAIN, ESQ., OF NORTH CAROLINA.1229
TESTIMONY OF DR. JAMES C. FINLEY,1229
TESTIMONY OF THE MARYVILLE (TENNESSEE) INTELLIGENCER, OF OCT. 4, 1835.1230
Extract of a letter from SARAH M. GRIMKE, dated 4th Month, 2nd, 18391232
EXTRACTS1232
PUNISHMENTS.1232
1235
1242
II.  TORTURES, BY IRON COLLARS, CHAINS, FETTERS, HANDCUFFS, &c.1253
III.  BRANDINGS, MAIMINGS, GUY-SHOT WOUNDS, &c.1262
Mr. R.P.  Carney, Clark Co.  Ala., in the Mobile Register, Dec. 22, 18321262
Mr. F.L.C.  Edwards, in the “Southern Telegraph”, Sept. 25, 18371265
1265
1265
1269
1273
PERSONAL NARRATIVES-PART III.1295
PLANTATIONS.1295
CLOTHING.1297
FOOD.1297
WORK.1298
TESTIMONY OF REUBEN G. MACY AND RICHARD MACY.1302
TESTIMONY OF REUBEN G. MACY.1303
TESTIMONY OF RICHARD MACY.1304
TESTIMONY OF MR. ELEAZAR POWELL1305
TESTIMONY ON THE AUTHORITY OF REV.  WM. SCALES, LYNDON, VT1308
TESTIMONY OF JOSEPH IDE, ESQ.1308
TESTIMONY OF REV.  PHINEAS SMITH1310
TESTIMONY OF PHILEMON BLISS, ESQ.1312
1316
TESTIMONY OF REV.  WILLIAM A. CHAPIN.1317
TESTIMONY OF MESSRS.  T.D.M.  AND F.C.  MACY.1318
TESTIMONY OF A CLERGYMAN.1321
OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.1326
1348
1355
1361
1368
OBJECTION VIII.—­’PUBLIC OPINION IS A PROTECTION TO THE SLAVE.’1389
1426
THE ‘PROTECTION’ VOUCHSAFED BY ‘PUBLIC OPINION,’ TO LIBERTY.1427
THE PROTECTION OF “PUBLIC OPINION” TO DOMESTICS TIES.1431
1437
1465
ARKANSAS.1477
MISSOURI.1482
THE MORMON WAR.1483
ALABAMA.1484
The “Milledgeville Federal Union” of July 11, 1837, has the following1487
MISSISSIPPI.1489
LOUISIANA.1496
The editor of the same paper says (Nov. 4, 1837.)1500
TENNESSEE.1501
KENTUCKY.1505
A. STEVENSON1521
A.1522
B.1523
BOOKS.1523
C.1524
D.1525
E.1525
F.1525
FEMALE SLAVE DRIVERS1526
G.1526
H.1526
I.1526
J.1527
K.1527
L.1527
M.1527
N.1528
O.1528
P.1528
Q.1529
R.1529
S.1530
T.1532
THE1538
SPEECH1538
IN REPLY TO THE SPEECH OF1538
IN SENATE, FEBRUARY 9, 1839.1538
SPEECH1539
THE1574
THE1574
A PRO-SLAVERY COMPACT.1574
SELECTIONS1574
CONTENTS.1574
INTRODUCTION.1574
THE CONSTITUTION1578
LIST OF MEMBERS1602
1607
BY JAMES MADISON1634
DEBATES IN FIRST CONGRESS,1636
LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.1683
FROM1691
EXTRACTS FROM1691
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.—­NO.  XI1695
CONSTITUTION1695
OR1695
FROM1695
CONTENTS.1695
INTRODUCTION.1695
THE CONSTITUTION1699
ARTICLE VII.1715
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1787.1726
1734
NEW YORK CONVENTION.1738
NORTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.1753
SOUTH CAROLINA CONVENTION.1757
FEDERALIST, No. 421760
BY JAMES MADISON.1760
DEBATES IN FIRST CONGRESS.1762
ADDRESS1789
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE1789
THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY1789
LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.1809
FRANCIS JACKSON1817
MR. WEBSTER’S SPEECH1817
EXTRACTS FROM1817
CHATTEL PRINCIPLE1821
NEW YORK1821
THE NEW TESTAMENT AGAINST SLAVERY.1821
PROFESSOR STUART’S REPLY.1824
THE1880
DISUNION.1880
AND1880
NEW YORK: 1880
LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.1901
EXTRACTS FROM JOHN Q. ADAMS’S ADDRESS1909
INTRODUCTION.1931
NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS.1932
NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS.1934
THE NO-VOTING THEORY.1934
OBJECTIONS.1937
OBJECTION II.1939
OBJECTION III.1941
OBJECTION IV.1943
OBJECTION V.1944
OBJECTION VI.1945
OBJECTION VII.1945
OBJECTION VIII.1946
OBJECTION IX.1948
OBJECTION X.1949
OBJECTION XI.1951
OBJECTION XII.1951
OBJECTION XIII.1951
OBJECTION XIV.1955
OBJECTION XV.1955
OBJECTION XVI.1956
LAST OF ALL, THE OBJECTOR CRIES OUT,1956
EXTRACTS FROM J.Q.  ADAMS.1957
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.1959
ADDRESS.1959
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