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Hence, the reader will find here, that number of facts only, which is barely sufficient to give a connected view of the question under notice, and by no means all that might be presented upon it.

The author hopes this little book may not prove an unacceptable vade mecur, to all the friends of the AntiSlavery cause, and especially to Anti Slavery Agents, and others who may wish to plead the cause of God's suffering poor.

Facts are stubborn things." Those here offered for the notice of the reader, will speak for themselves. If the arguments in the following pages are deemed inconclusive, it remains for our opponents to confute them.

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CON TE NTS.

CHAP. I.

American Slavery.

CHAP. II.

No color exempt from Slavery, in the United States.

CHAP. III.
Number enslaved.

CHAP. IV.
Civil condition of the enslaved.

CHAP. V.

Moral condition of the enslayed.

CHAP. VI.

Bible Argument in favor of American Slavery, answered.

CHAP. VII.

Jewish servitude unlike American Slavery.

CHAP. VIII.

Scripture Argument against Slavery.

CHAP. IX.

Sentiments favorable to the perpetuity of American

Slavery.

CHAP. X.

Practical Slavery.

CHAP

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Immediate Emancipation.

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CHAP. XII.

Explanation.

CHAP. XIII.

Facts Demonstrating the safety of Immediate and

Unconditional Emancipation.

CHAP. XIV.

Facts Demonstrating the danger of continued Slavery.

CHAP. XV.

The United States a Slave holding nation.

CHAP. XVI.

Reasons for discussing the subject of Slavery at the North.

CHAP. XVII

American Slave Trade.

CHAP. XVIII.

Abolitionists.

CHAP. XIX.

Constitution of the United States.

CHAP. XX.

United States' Laws against the Slave Trade.

CHAP. XXI.

Freedom of Speech and of the Press.

CHAP. XXII.

Objections Answered:

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