An Inquiry into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies. Abolition, William Jay.
An Inquiry into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies

American Anti-Slavery Societies

An Inquiry into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies.

New York: Published by Leavitt, Lord & Co. Boston: Crocker & Brewster, stereotyped by Conner and Cooke, 1835.

Third edition. 1 vols. 12mo. American Anti-Slavery Societies. Original rose cloth. Spine and edges of board worn, some discoloration, staining in upper margin of text and light spotting of text, else a very good copy. Item #25664

Examining the American Colonization Society and considering the “influence of the society on the condition of Free persons of Color; … on Africa [and the] Suppression of the Slave Trade…[and on the] Diffusion of Civilization and Christianity” as well as the “Influence of the Society on Slavery.”¶ In the section concerning the American Anti-Slavery Society the author examines the character of American Slaver, the objects, principles and measures of the Society and the fanaticism, indendiarism and treson of the Abolitionists. He also examines slaver under State and Congressional authorities, and discusses immediate and gradual emancipations. Emancipation in St. Domingo, Guadaloupe and the British West Indies is described.

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