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" The cardinal principle of Slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings... "
A sketch of the laws relating to slavery in the several states of the United ... - Page 22
by George McDowell Stroud - 1827 - 171 pages
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An Address to the Presbyterian Church: Enforcing the Duty of Excluding All ...

George Bourne - Slavery and the church - 1833 - 16 pages
...the laws of the slave states. Judge Stroud, in his "Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery," says, " The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings but among things, obtains as undoubted law in all of these (the slave) states."...
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The New Englander, Volume 13

Social sciences - 1855
...administration, what it is. Judge Stroud, in nis " Sketch of the laws relating to Slavery," remarks, " The cardinal principle of Slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things, obtains as law in all these [slaveholding] States." The law...
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A Review of the Rev. Dr. Junkin's Synodical Speech, in Defence of American ...

Slavery - 1844 - 136 pages
...the will of his master, who may arrest and chastise him, though not with unusual rigor,' &c. * * * * The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among smtimt beings, but among things—is an article of property, a chattel personal, obtains as undoubted...
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An Inquiry Into the Scriptural Views of Slavery

Albert Barnes - Slavery - 1846 - 384 pages
...slaveholding states in our country. Judge Stroud, in his " Sketch of the Laws respecting Slavery," says, " The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things — obtains as undoubted law in all these [the slave] states."...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 2

Charles Chauncey Burr - Literary Criticism - 1848
...that of the present anti-slavery movement, so that their severity cannot be ascribed to its influence. The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things — is an article of property — a chattel personal, obtains...
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Narrative of Henry Watson, a Fugitive Slave

Henry Watson - Slavery - 1849 - 48 pages
...that of the present anti-slavery movement, so that their severity cannot be ascribed to Its influence. The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things — is an article of property, a chattel personal — obtains...
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Bible against slaveholders: slaves bought and sold!

Friend of freedom and the prepetuity of the union - Slavery in the Bible - 1849 - 8 pages
...by the laws of slave states. Judge Stroud, in his " Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery," says, " The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things—obtains as undoubted law in all of these [the slave] states."...
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Narrative of Henry Watson, a Fugitive Slave

Henry Watson - African Americans - 1850 - 48 pages
...that of the present anti-slavery movement, so that their severity cannot be ascribed to its influence. The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient being*, but among things — is an article of property, a chattel personal— obtains...
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Narrative of William W. Brown, an American slave, written by himself

William Wells Brown - 1850
...that of the present anti-slavery movement, so that their severity cannot be ascribed to its influence. The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things — is an article of property, a chattel personal — obtains...
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Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its ..., Volume 1

Charles Elliott - Slave trade - 1850
...or mutilate him to the danger or loss of life, or to cause death."—Art. 173. (See Stroud, p. 22.) The cardinal principle of slavery, that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings, but among things—is an article of property—a chattel—obtains as undoubted...
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