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" hereditary and perpetual. In Maryland the following act was passed in 1715, and is still in force : " All negroes and other slaves, already imported, or hereafter to be imported into this province, and all children now born, or hereafter to be born, of... "
An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans - Page 40
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
...any written law on this subject; but, in 1715, (chap. 44, sect. 22,) the following one was passed: " All negroes and other slaves already imported or hereafter...slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives." Thus was the maxim of the civil law, " partus sequitur ventrem," introduced, and the condition of the...
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The Black Code of the District of Columbia, in Force September 1st, 1848

Worthington G. Snethen - African Americans - 1848 - 61 pages
...lashes for any one offence. Laws of Maryland, 1715; Ch. 44, Sect. 21. CHAPTER VII. WHO SHALL BE SLAVES. All negroes and other slaves, already imported or...slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives. Laws of Maryland, 1715 ; Ch. 44, Sect. 22. CHAPTER VIII. BAPTISM NO TITLE TO FREEDOM. No negro, by...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 1

1848
...government to the Calvert family, the laws of Maryland were revised, and the new code provided, " that all negroes and other slaves, already imported or...slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives." Upon this statute rest all the claims of the slave-holding system of Maryland to a legal foundation....
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 1

1848
...government to the Calvort family, the laws of Maryland were revised, and the new code provided, " that all negroes and other slaves, already imported or...slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives." Upon this statute rest all the claims of the slave-holding system of Maryland to a legal foundation....
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The Black Code of the District of Columbia, in Force September 1st, 1848

Washington (D.C.), Worthington Garrettson Snethen - African Americans - 1848 - 61 pages
...Mirylamd, 1715; t'A. 44, Sett. 21. CHAPTER VII. WHO SHALL BE ĞLATES. All nej-roes and other slaveğ, already imported or hereafter to be imported into this province, and all children now l-im or hen-after to be bora of such negroes and slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lireĞ....
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The history of the United States of America, Volume 2

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1849
...a fine. By a revisal of the Maryland code, made just previous to the retransfer of the province, " all negroes and other slaves already imported or hereafter to be imported, and all children now born or hereafter to be born of such negroes and slaves, shall be slaves during...
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SINFULNESS OF AMERICAN SLAVERY

REV. B. F. TEFFT - 1850
...of Maryland till the year 1699 or 1700. In the year 1715 the following law was passed in Maryland: "All negroes and other slaves already imported or...imported into this province, and all children now bora, and hereafter to be born, of such negroes and slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives."...
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Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its ..., Volume 1

Charles Elliott - Slave trade - 1850
...1715 the following law was passed in Maryland : " All negroes and other slaves already imported of hereafter to be imported into this province, and all children now born, and hereafter to be born, of such negroes and slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives."...
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Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its ..., Volume 1

Charles Elliott - Slavery - 1851
...Maryland till the year 1699 or 1700. In the year 1715 the following law was passed in Maryland : " All negroes and other slaves already imported or hereafter...imported into this province, and all children now born, and hereafter to be born, of such negroes and slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives."...
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Slavery and anti-slavery: a history of the great struggle in both ...

William Goodell - Antislavery movements - 1852 - 604 pages
...law on this subject; but in 1715 (chap. 44, sec. 22) the following one was passed : " All negroes and slaves already imported, or hereafter to be imported...slaves, shall be slaves during their natural lives.' Thus, (continues Stroud) was the maxim of the civil law, ' partus sequitur vcntrem' introduced, and...
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