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" ... to what it ought to be as fast as the imbecility of their present existence and other circumstances which cannot be neglected will admit. "
The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Being His Autobiography, Correspondence ... - Page 291
by Thomas Jefferson - 1853
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The Bee, Or Literary Intelligencer, Volume 13

James Anderson - 1793
...to what it ought to be, as far as the imbecillity of their present state, and other cifeimstances, which cannot be neglected, will admit. " I have take-n the liberty of sending your . almanack \9 M. de Condorcet, secretary of the Academy of Sciences at PariJ, and member of the Philanthropic...
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The African Repository, Volume 21

African Americans - 1845
...existence both in Africa and America. I can add with truth that no one wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...it ought to be, as fast. as the imbecility of their preģent existence, and other circumstances which cannot be neglected, will admit. I have taken the...
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A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and ...

African Americans - 1848 - 564 pages
...add with truth, that no body wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising their condition, both of their body and mind, to what it ought to be, as far as the imbecility of their present existence, and other circumstances, which cannot be neglected,...
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The Leisure Hour, Volume 2

William Haig Miller, James Macaulay, William Stevens - Great Britain - 1853
...existence both in Africa and America. I can add with troth, that no one wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...neglected, will admit. I have taken the liberty of sending yonr almanac to Monsieur de Condoreet, secretary of the Academy of Sciences at Paris, and member of...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, contin

Thomas Jefferson, Henry Augustine Washington - United States - 1853
...both in Africa and and America. I can add with truth, that nobody wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...circumstances which cannot be neglected, will admit. •! have taken the liberty of sending your Almanac to Monsieur de Condorcet, Secretary of the Academy...
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The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution: With Sketches of Several ...

William Cooper Nell - African Americans - 1855 - 396 pages
...existence, both in Africa and America. I can add, with truth, that no one wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition, both of...Secretary of the Academy of Sciences, at Paris, and members of the Philanthropic Society, because I considered it a document to which your whole color...
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A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States: With Remarks on Their Economy, Volume 1

Frederick Law Olmsted - Slavery - 1856 - 723 pages
...existence, both in Africa and America. I can add, with truth, that nobody wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...other circumstances, which cannot be neglected, will permit." " TO ST. GEORGE TCCKER. " MONTICELLO, August 28, 1797. * * * "As to the mode of Emancipation,...
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A Journey in the Seaboard Slave States: With Remarks on Their Economy, Volume 1

Frederick Law Olmsted - Slavery - 1856 - 723 pages
...existence, both in Africa and America. I can add, with truth, that nobody wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of their body and mind to what it ought to be. as-fast as the imbecility of their present existence and other circumstances, which cannot be neglected,...
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The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet it

Hinton Rowan Helper - Slavery - 1857 - 420 pages
...existence, both in Africa and America. I can add with truth, that nobody wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...other circumstances, which cannot be neglected, will permit." When he felt at last that freedom was not making way, his letters, by which his influence...
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A journey in the seaboard slave states, with remarks on their economy

Frederick Law Olmsted - Slavery - 1861 - 723 pages
...existence, both in Africa ami America. I can add, with truth, that nobody wishes more ardently to see a good system commenced for raising the condition both of...other circumstances, which cannot be neglected, will permit." " TO ST. OEOROE TUCKER. "MoKTicELLo, August 88, 1797. * * * "As to the mode of Emancipation,...
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