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

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SLAVERY IN THE PULPIT OF THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE:
SLAVERY IN THE PULPIT OF THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE:
London Inquirer, 19 September 1846 and London Patriot, 17 September 1846. Other texts in London Globe, 15 September 1846; London Universe, 18 September 1846; London Weekly Chronicle and Register, 19, 20 September 1846; Dundee Courier, 22 September 1846; Dundee, Perth and Cupar Advertiser, 22 September 1846; London Watchman, 23 September 1846.
SLAVERY, THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE, AND THE FREE CHURCH
SLAVERY, THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE, AND THE FREE CHURCH
Glasgow Argus, 5 October 1846. Other texts in Glasgow Argus, 15 October 1846; Scrapbooks collected by George Thompson and Frederick W. Chesson, 6 : 131-43, DLC.
SOUTHERN SLAVERY AND NORTHERN RELIGION
SOUTHERN SLAVERY AND NORTHERN RELIGION
Concord (N.H.) Herald of Freedom, 16 February 1844.
TEMPERANCE AND ANTI-SLAVERY
TEMPERANCE AND ANTI-SLAVERY
Renfrewshire Advertiser, 11 April 1846. Other texts in Glasgow Saturday Post, 4 April 1846; Foner, Life and Writings, 5:37-41.
THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS
THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS
Cork Examiner, 7 November 1845 (Supplement). Other texts in Cork Southern Reporter, 6 November 1845; Liberator, 12 December 1845; National Anti-Slavery Standard, 18 December 1845; Foner, Life and Writings, 5 : 10-13.
THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT, THE SLAVE'S ONLY EARTHLY HOPE
THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT, THE SLAVE'S ONLY EARTHLY HOPE
National Anti-Slavery Standard, 18 May 1843. Other texts in Liberator, 19 May 1843; New York Herald, 10 May 1843; New York Tribune, 10 May 1843; New York Morning Express, 10 May 1843. The American Anti-Slavery Society held its tenth anniversary meeting on 9 May 1843 in New York City.
THE BIBLE OPPOSES OPPRESSION, FRAUD, AND WRONG
THE BIBLE OPPOSES OPPRESSION, FRAUD, AND WRONG
Belfast News Letter, 9 January 1846. Other texts in Belfast Northern Whig, 8 January 1846; Glasgow Argus, 12 January 1846; London Enquirer, 17 January 1846; National Anti-Slavery Standard, 26 February 1846; Anti-Slavery Bugle, 13 March 1846; Speech File, reel 13, frames 530-34, FD Papers, DLC.
THE CHURCH IS THE BULWARK OF SLAVERY
THE CHURCH IS THE BULWARK OF SLAVERY
Another text in Liberator, 3 June 1842. From 24 to 27 May 1842 the annual convention of the New England Anti-Slavery Society met in Boston's Chardon Street Chapel, a place described 1. This is the fullest of several early accounts of Douglass's famous "Slaveholder's Sermon," which he gave often during his youthful days as an abolitionist lecturer.
THE FREE CHURCH ALLIANCE WITH MAN-STEALERS
THE FREE CHURCH ALLIANCE WITH MAN-STEALERS
Free Church Alliance With Manstealers . . . (Glasgow, 1846), 1 9 - 2 4 . Other texts in Glasgow Scottish Guardian, 24 April 1846; Glasgow Examiner, 25 April 1846; Glasgow Argus, 27 April 1846; Liberator, 29 May 1846; Speech File, reel 13, frames 543-51 , FD Papers, DLC; Woodson, Negro Orators, 170-77, misdated 29 May 1846.
THE FREE CHURCH CONNECTION WITH THE SLAVE CHURCH
THE FREE CHURCH CONNECTION WITH THE SLAVE CHURCH
Arbroath (Scot.) Guide, 14 February 1846. Other texts in Liberator, 3 April 1846; Foner, Life and Writings, 5: 22-27, misdated 13 February 1846.
THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND AND AMERICAN SLAVERY
THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND AND AMERICAN SLAVERY
Dundee Courier, 3 February 1846.

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