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Author: James A. (James Augustus) Dorr
Title: Objections to the act of Congress, commonly called the Fugitive slave law answered, in a letter to Hon. Washington Hunt, Governor elect of the state of New York
Publisher: New York : [s.n.]
Subject (keywords, tags): Fugitive slave law of 1850; Fugitive slaves -- United States
Contributor: The Library of Congress
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Size: 15 kb

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