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" He contended that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce to employ the carrying trade ; the more consumption also ; and the more of this, the more revenue for the common treasury. "
Henry J. Raymond and the New York Press, for Thirty Years: Progress of ... - Page 393
by Augustus Maverick - 1870 - 501 pages
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The Bookman, Volume 50

Popular culture - 1920
...General Pinckney of South Carolina replied firmly: "South Carolina and Georgia cannot do without slaves! The more slaves, the more produce to employ the carrying...more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common treasury." Although Mr. Gorham voted for the pro-slavery measure, he said...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis - United States - 1901
...South Carolina, as to Virginia. He contended, that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce...admitted it to be reasonable that slaves should be dutied like other imports; but should consider a, rejection of the clause as an exclusion of South...
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The American conflict: a history of the great rebellion in the United States ...

Horace Greeley - History - 1864
...importation of slaves woold be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more products to employ the carrying trade ; the more consumption...also; and the more of this, the more revenue for the eooimon treasury. He admitted it to be reasonable, that slaves should be dutied, like other imports,...
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Constitution Making: Conflict and Consensus in the Federal Convention Of 1787

Calvin Jillson - History - 2002 - 260 pages
OC Clearly the most technically sophisticated analysis of the Constitutional ConventionOCO - William and Mary Quarterly, 10/89."
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The Constitutional Convention and the Formation of the Union

Winton U. Solberg - History - 1990 - 428 pages
...on such unequal terms. . . . He contended that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce...more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common treasury. He admitted it to be reasonable that slaves should be dutied like...
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A Scholar's Conscience: Selected Writings of J. Saunders Redding, 1942-1977

Jay Saunders Redding - History - 1992 - 238 pages
...become the carriers." Pinckney echoed this same thinking: the traffic in slaves is "for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce...more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common treasury." The South thought slavery consistent with the interest of the...
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A Necessary Evil?: Slavery and the Debate Over the Constitution

John P. Kaminski - History - 1995 - 289 pages
...South Carolina as to Virginia. He contended that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce...more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common treasury. He admitted it to be reasonable that slaves should be dutied like...
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George Washington and Slavery: A Documentary Portrayal

Fritz Hirschfeld - History - 1997 - 256 pages
...cannot do without slaves. . . . He contended that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce...more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common treasury. . . . Mr. Dickenson [John Dickinson of Delaware] considered it...
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DAVIS PROB SLAVERY REV 1770-1823 C

David Brion Davis - History - 1999 - 576 pages
...abolishing it." Pinckney, on the other hand, held "that the importation of slaves would be for the interest of the whole Union. The more slaves, the more produce to employ in carrying trade; the more consumption also, and the more of this, the more of revenue for the common...
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The Boisterous Sea of Liberty : A Documentary History of America From ...

Resistance David Brion Davis Sterling Professor of History and Director of the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, and Abolition Yale University, Steven Mintz Professor of History University of Houston - History - 1998 - 608 pages
Drawing on a gold mine of primary documents--including letters, diary entries, personal narratives, political speeches, broadsides, trial transcripts, and contemporary ...
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