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Author: Brewster Randall
Title: Remarks of Mr. Randall, of Ashtabula County : in the Senate, January 18th, 1851, upon resolutions introduced by him on the subject of slavery
Publisher: [S.l. : s.n.
Publ. year: 1851
Subject (keywords, tags): Fugitive slave law of 1850; Slavery -- United States; Ohio -- Politics and government 1787-1865

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Birney Anti-Slavery Collection
EISENHOWER: 11,301:sl Original restricted--photocopy available


Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
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