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Author: Charles Elliott
Title: Sinfulness of American slavery : proved from its evil sources; its injustice; its wrongs; its contrariety to many Scriptural commands, prohibitions, and principles, and to the Christian spirit; and from its evil effects; together with observations on emancipation, and the duties of American citizens
Publisher: Cincinnati : L. Swormstedt & J. H. Power
Subject (keywords, tags): Slavery -- United States
Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 247 kb

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