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Martyr Age in the United States of America: An Article from the London and ... - Page 10
by Harriet Martineau - 1839 - 36 pages
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The Abolitionist

History - 1833
...persons, our interests, or our reputations — whether we live to witness the triumph of JUSTICE, LIBERTY and HUMANITY, or perish untimely as martyrs in this great, benevolent and holy cause. Maine. David Thurston, Nathan Winslow, Joseph Southwick, Jamev F. Otis, Isaac Winslow. Pennsylvania....
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The Abolitionist, Volume 1

William Lloyd Garrison - Slavery - 1833
...persons, our interests, or our reputations — whether we live to witness the triumph of JCSTICE, LIBERTY and HUMANITY, or perish untimely as martyrs in this great, benevolent and holy cause. Maine. David Thurston, Nathan Winslow, Joseph Southwick, James F, Otis, Isaac Winslow. Pennsylvania....
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Picture of Slavery in the United States of America

George Bourne - Slavery - 1834 - 227 pages
...what may to APPENDIX. our persons, our interests, or our reputations— whether we live to witness the triumph of LIBERTY, JUSTICE, and HUMANITY, or...martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause. Dane in Philadelphia, this sixth of December, AD 1833. MAINE. DAVID THURSTON, NATHAN WINSLOW, JOSEPH...
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The Negroes' Jubilee: A Memorial of Negro Emancipation, August 1, 1834: with ...

Thomas Timpson - Slavery - 1834 - 151 pages
...Americans — come what may to our persons, our interests, or our reputations—whether we live to witness the triumph of LIBERTY, JUSTICE, and HUMANITY, or...martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause." — 'Done in Philadelphia, thit sixth of December, AD 1833». Philanthropic zeal inspired the authors...
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Collection of Writings on the Slavery Question

Slavery - 1838
...Americans — come what may to our persons, our interests, or our reputation — whether we live to witness the triumph of LIBERTY, JUSTICE, and HUMANITY, or...martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause. Done at Philadelphia, the sixth day of December, A, D. 1833. ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC. In behalf of the...
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Advocate of Peace, Volumes 1-2

1837
...slavery, ' come what may to our persons, our interests, our reputations — whether we live to witness the triumph of liberty, justice and humanity, or perish...martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause.' When we signed that Declaration, did we mean by perishing as martyrs, perishing as brother Lovejoy...
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Slavery in America: With Notices of the Present State of Slavery and the ...

Thomas Price - Slavery - 1837 - 320 pages
...themselves before God, and to each other, "whether they live to witness the triumph of justice, liberty, and humanity, or perish untimely as martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause," to cease their labours only with their lives. K In December, 1833, "THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY''...
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"Liberty": the image and superscription on every coin issued by the United ...

Julius Rubens Ames, American Anti-Slavery Society - Antislavery movements - 1837 - 231 pages
...interests, or our reputation — whether we live to witness the triumph of LIBERTY, JUSTICE, and HCMANITY, or perish untimely as martyrs in this great, benevolent, and holy cause. Done in Philadelphia, this sixth day of December, AD, 1833. CONSTITUTION OP THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1839 - 84 pages
...Americans, — come what may to our persons, our interests, or our reputation — whether we live to witness the triumph of Liberty, Justice, and Humanity, or...object. Of another First Convention we shall have occasion to speak hereafter. The next year (1834) was a stirring year. The " Young Men " of the large...
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The Martyr Age of the United States of America: With an Appeal on Behalf of ...

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1840 - 44 pages
...Americans,— come what may to our persons, our interests, or our reputations— whether we live to witness the triumph of Liberty, Justice, and Humanity, or...object. Of another First Convention we shall have occasion to speak hereafter. The next year (1834) was a stirring year. The " Young Men" of the large...
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