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E449 .C54 1849i The Christian doctrine of human rights and of slavery in two articles, from the Southern Presbyterian review for March, MDCCCXLIX. 1
E449 .C54 1860i True gospel preaching what is it? 1
E449 .C5572 1855i Cotton is king, or The culture of cotton, and its relation to agriculture, manufactures and commerce to the free colored people and to those who hold that slavery is in itself sinful / 1
E449 .C5573 Pulpit politics : or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing influences on the American union / 1
E449 .C5573 1969 Pulpit politics; or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing influences on the American Union.
Pulpit politics, or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing influences on the American Union.
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E449 .C5573 1969i Pulpit politics, or, Ecclesiastical legislation on slavery, in its disturbing influences on the American Union 1
E449 .C558 1839i An address, delivered before the Portsmouth Anti-Slavery Society, on the fourth of July, A.D. 1839 being the 63d anniversary of the independence of the United States of America / 1
E449 .C56 1850i A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution 1
E449 .C567 2014 Performing anti-slavery : activist women on antebellum stages / 1
E449 .C567 2014eb Performing anti-slavery : activist women on antebellum stages / 1
E449 .C57 1848i The writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay including speeches and addresses / 1
E449 .C573 1839i Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, in the Senate of the United States on the subject of abolition petitions, February 7, 1839. 1
E449 .C575 2023 The abolitionist Civil War : immediatists and the struggle to transform the Union / 1
E449 .C58 An address, delivered before the Portsmouth anti-slavery society, on the fourth of July, A.D. 1839, being the 63d anniversary of the independence of the United States of America / 1
E449 .C58 1836i A collection of valuable documents being Birney's vindication of abolitionists-- Protest of the American A. S. Society-- To the people of the United States, or, To such Americans as value their rights-- Letter from the Executive Committee of the N. Y. A. S. Society, to the Exec. Com. of the Ohio State A. S. S. at Cincinnati-- Outrage upon Southern rights. 1
E449 .C59 1856i The South a letter from a friend in the North, with special reference to the effects of disunion upon slavery. 1
E449 .C615 1848 The writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay : including speeches and addresses / 1
E449 .C615 1969 The writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay, including speeches and addresses.
The writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay : including speeches and addresses /
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E449 .C62 1855i The tables turned a letter to the Congregational Association of New York : reviewing the report of their committee on "The relation of the American Tract Society to the subject of slavery" / 1
E449 .C63 1856i A scriptural examination of the institution of slavery in the United States with its objects and purposes / 1