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SLAVERY CORRUPTS AMERICAN SOCIETY AND RELIGION
AN ADDRESS DELIVERED IN CORK, IRELAND, ON 17 OCTOBER 1845
Cork Examiner, 20 October 1845 and Cork Southern Reporter, 18 October 1845. Another text in London Inquirer, 25 October 1845. Douglass's speech before a public meeting in Cork's Wesleyan Chapel on 17 October 1845 was attended by a large company of, to use Douglass's characterization, "highly intelligent and influential people, . . . abolitionists . . . of the true stamp."
Blacks--antislavery sentiments of
Methodist Episcopal Church
Methodist Episcopal Church--abolitionism in--Ireland
Methodist Episcopal Church--abolitionism in--ministers of
Abolitionism--Methodist Episcopal Church
Abolitionists--Quaker religion and
Presbyterian Church--support of slavery in
Andrew, James Osgood
Birney, James G.
Johnson, William Bullein