Series One: Speeches, Debates, and Interviews Volume 1: 1841-1846

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SEND BACK THE BLOOD-STAINED MONEY
SEND BACK THE BLOOD-STAINED MONEY
Renfrewshire Advertiser, 2 May 1846.
AMERICAN AND SCOTTISH PREJUDICE AGAINST THE SLAVE:
AMERICAN AND SCOTTISH PREJUDICE AGAINST THE SLAVE:
Edinburgh Caledonian Mercury, 7 May 1846. Other texts in Edinburgh Advertiser, 5 May 1846; Edinburgh Evening Post, 6 May 1846; Edinburgh Weekly Journal, 6 May 1846; Glasgow Argus, 7 May 1846; Edinburgh Scottish Herald, 9 May 1846.
EMANCIPATION IS AN INDIVIDUAL, A NATIONAL, AND AN INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY:
EMANCIPATION IS AN INDIVIDUAL, A NATIONAL, AND AN INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY:
London Patriot, 26 May 1846. Other texts in London Universe, 19 May 1846; London Nonconformist, 20 May 1846; London Inquirer, 23 May 1846; British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Reporter, ser. 2, 1 : 93-95 (1 June 1846).
MY OPPOSITION TO WAR
MY OPPOSITION TO WAR
Liberator, 3 July 1846. Another text in Speech File, reel 13, frames 564- 67, FD Papers,DLC.
THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE IN AMERICA AND BRITAIN
THE TEMPERANCE CAUSE IN AMERICA AND BRITAIN
London National Temperance Chronicle and Recorder, June 1846. Another text in London Teetotaler or General Temperance Intelligencer, 30 May 1846.
AMERICAN SLAVERY, AMERICAN RELIGION, AND THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
AMERICAN SLAVERY, AMERICAN RELIGION, AND THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
American Slavery: Report of a Public Meeting Held at Finsbury Chapel, Moorfields, to Receive Frederick Douglass, the American Slave, on Friday, May 22, 1846 (London, 1846), 3-24. Other texts in London Morning Advertiser, 23 May 1846; London Universe, 26 May, 2 June 1846; Liberator, 26 June, 1846; Douglass, Bondage and Freedom,407-18, misdated 12 May 1846; Foner, Life and Writings, 1 : 154-65, misdated 2 May 1846; Woodson, Negro Orators, 158-70, misdated 12 May 1846; Speech File, Reel 13, frames 559-64, FD Papers, DLC.
THE VIEWS OF SOUTHERN CHURCHES ON SLAVERY
THE VIEWS OF SOUTHERN CHURCHES ON SLAVERY
Edinburgh Evening Post, 10 June 1846. Other texts in Edinburgh Caledonian Mercury, 8 June 1846; Edinburgh Advertiser, 9 June 1846; British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Reporter, ser. 2, 1 : 1 1 0 - 1 1 (1 July 1846).
SLAVERY ATTACKS HUMANITY
SLAVERY ATTACKS HUMANITY
Birmingham Midland Counties Herald, 2 July 1846 and London Patriot, 2 July 1846. Another text in Birmingham Journal, 4 July 1846.
The American Temperance Movement, Slavery, and Prejudice
The American Temperance Movement, Slavery, and Prejudice
Liberator, 27 November 1846. Other texts in London Times, 11 August 1846; London Teetotal Times, 15 August 1846 (Supplement); London National Temperance Chronicle and Recorder, 9 September 1846; National Anti-Slavery Standard, 3 December 1846; New York Tribune, 1 January 1847; Correspondence Between the Rev. Samuel H. Cox, D.D. . . . and Frederick Douglass . . . (New York, 1846), 13-14; Foner, Life and Writings, 1:195-97; Douglass, Life and Times, 277-79.
SLAVERY AS IT NOW EXISTS IN THE UNITED STATES
SLAVERY AS IT NOW EXISTS IN THE UNITED STATES
Bristol Mercury and Western Counties Advertiser, 29 August 1846. Other texts in Bristol Gazette, 27 August 1846; Bristol Times and Bath Advocate, 29 August 1846; Bristol Great Western Advertiser and Chronicle, 29 August 1846; Bristol Mirror, 29 August 1846.
A CALL FOR THE BRITISH NATION TO TESTIFY AGAINST SLAVERY
A CALL FOR THE BRITISH NATION TO TESTIFY AGAINST SLAVERY
Exeter Western Times, 5 September 1846.

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