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An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans - Page 57
by Lydia Maria Child - 1833 - 232 pages
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A sketch of the laws relating to slavery in the several states of the United ...

George McDowell Stroud - Slavery - 1827 - 171 pages
...here, though not altogether congruous with the main object of this sketch." Free people of colour ought never to insult or strike white people, nor...ought to yield to them on every occasion, and never sgeak or answer them, but with respect, under the penalty of imprisonment, according to the nature...
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An Inquiry Into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and ...

William Jay - Antislavery movements - 1835 - 206 pages
...the same offence, he is to receive thirty lashes, " well laid on." The law of Louisiana declares, " Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...penalty of imprisonment according to the nature of the case." In the city of Savannah, any person who teaches a free negro to read or write, incurs a penalty...
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An Inquiry Into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and ...

William Jay - Antislavery movements - 1835 - 206 pages
...the same offence, he is to receive thirty lashes, " well laid on." The law of Louisiana declares, " Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...penalty of imprisonment according to the nature of the case." In the city of Savannah, any person who teaches a free negro to read or write, incurs a penalty...
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An inquiry into the character and tendency of the American Colonization, and ...

William Jay - Antislavery movements - 1835 - 206 pages
...the same offence, he is to receive thirty lashes, " well laid on." The law of Louisiana declares, " Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...penalty of imprisonment according to the nature of the case." The corporation of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, passed an ordinance, making it penal...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1835
...is to receive thirty lashes, ' well laid on.' The law of Louisiana declares ' free people of colour ought never to insult or strike white people, nor...penalty of imprisonment according to the nature of the case.' " The corporation of Georgetown, in the district of Columbia, passed an ordinance making it...
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An Inquiry Into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and ...

William Jay - Antislavery movements - 1835 - 206 pages
...the same offence, he is to receive thirty lashes, " well laid on." The law of Louisiana declares, " Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...every occasion, and never speak or answer them but wit]) respect, under the penalty of imprisonment according to the nature of the case." The corporation...
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The Anti-slavery Record, Volume 1

Slavery - 1835
...receive thirty lashes, ' well laid on.' The law of Louisiana declares, ' Free people of color onght never to insult or strike white people, nor presume...themselves equal to the whites; but, on the contrary, they aught to yield to them on every occasion, and never speak or answer them but with respect, under the...
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An Inquiry Into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and ...

William Jay - Antislavery movements - 1835 - 202 pages
...for the same offence, he is to receive thin lashes, " well laid on." The law of Louisiana declares, " Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...white people, nor presume to conceive themselves equal the whites; but, on the contrary, they ought to yield them on every occasion, and never speak or answer...
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Anti-slavery Manual: Containing a Collection of Facts and Arguements on ...

La Roy Sunderland - Slavery - 1837 - 142 pages
...the Whites required of the Slaves. The Code of Louisiana gravely lays down the following principle: Free people of color ought never to insult or strike...imprisonment, according to the nature of the offence. 1 Martin's Digest, 640-42. The following are specimens of the laws by which the whole white community...
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