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

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THE FREE STATES, SLAVERY, AND THE SIN OF THE FREE CHURCH
THE FREE STATES, SLAVERY, AND THE SIN OF THE FREE CHURCH
Renfrewshire Advertiser, 28 March 1846. Another text in Foner, Life and Writings,5 :30-33, misdated 18 March 1846 and erroneously combined with the text of a speech delivered on 17 March 1846.
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE FREE CHURCH
Report of the Proceedings of the Great Anti-Slavery Meeting Held in the Rev. Mr. Cairns's Church, On Wednesday, 23d September, 1846, Including the Speeches of Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Esq. and Frederick Douglass, Esq. Taken in Shorthand by Cincinnatus (Paisley, Scot., 1846). Another text in Glasgow Saturday Post, 26 September 1846.
THE HORRORS OF SLAVERY AND ENGLAND'S DUTY TO FREE THE BONDSMAN
THE HORRORS OF SLAVERY AND ENGLAND'S DUTY TO FREE THE BONDSMAN
Somerset County Gazette, 5 September 1846. Another text in Somerset County Herald and Great Western Advertiser, 5 September 1846.
THE RELATION OF THE FREE CHURCH TO THE SLAVE CHURCH
THE RELATION OF THE FREE CHURCH TO THE SLAVE CHURCH
Renfrewshire Advertiser, 28 March 1846.
THE SLAVEHOLDERS' MANEUVERINGS AT THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE
THE SLAVEHOLDERS' MANEUVERINGS AT THE EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE
Edinburgh Weekly Chronicle and Scottish Pilot, 26 September 1846. Other texts in Edinburgh Scotsman, 26 September 1846; Edinburgh Caledonian Mercury, 28 September 1846.
THE SOUTHERN STYLE OF PREACHING TO SLAVES
THE SOUTHERN STYLE OF PREACHING TO SLAVES
Tenth Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society (Boston, 1842), 18-19. Another text in Liberator, 4 February 1842. On the evening of 28 January 1842, some 4000 people gathered in Boston's Faneuil Hall to attend a public meeting sponsored by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
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.
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).
Texas, Slavery, and American Prosperity
Texas, Slavery, and American Prosperity
Belfast News Letter, 6 January 1846.On the evening of 2 January 1846 Douglass delivered the seventh in a series of lectures sponsored by the Belfast Anti-Slavery Society.
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.
The Cambria Riot, My Slave Experience, and My Irish Mission
The Cambria Riot, My Slave Experience, and My Irish Mission
Belfast Banner of Ulster, 9 December 1845 and Belfast Northern Whig, 9 December 1845.
The Slanderous Charge of Negro Inferiority
The Slanderous Charge of Negro Inferiority
Belfast Northern Whig, 13 December 1845. Douglass's speech in the Reverend Samuel Hanna's meetinghouse on the evening of 11 December 1845 was the third of seven public lectures he delivered at the invitation of the Belfast Anti-Slavery Society in the winter of 1845-46.

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