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" No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly consistent with the will of God, than domestic slavery, and no one of His ordinances is written in more legible characters than that which consigns the African race to this condition, as more conducive... "
Martyr Age in the United States of America: An Article from the London and ... - Page 18
by Harriet Martineau - 1839 - 36 pages
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The enemies of the Constitution discovered: or, An inquiry into the origin ...

William Thomas - Abolitionists - 1835 - 183 pages
...colonizationists and abolitionists, but denounces the same sentence against both, as will be seen, " opinion, is more manifestly consistent with the will of God, '• than domestic slavery. If we look into the elements of which " all political communities are composed, it will be found that...
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Reception of George Thompson in Great Britain

Charles Calistus Burleigh - Slavery - 1836 - 238 pages
...duty of patriotism.' (Loud laughter.) He (Mr. T.) would now show what the General's theology was — 'No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...consistent with the will of God, than domestic slavery,' ('Oh, oh.') He would look at his political sentiments — ' Domestic slavery, instead of being a political...
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An Oration Delivered Before the Democracy of Springfield and Neighboring ...

George Bancroft - Fourth of July celebrations - 1836 - 40 pages
...North, solemnly declares, with a universality which embraces the world, that " no human institution is more manifestly consistent with the will of God, than domestic slavery," that " no one of his ordinances is written in more legible characters than that which consigns the...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1839 - 84 pages
...ci liis ordinances is written in more legible characters than tluit ivhicb consigns the African rare to this condition, as more conducive to their own happiness than any other of of which they HVR susceptible." .... " Domestic niavery, therefore, instead of being a political evil,...
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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
...despotism ; and that he preferred the first, as being the most republican. He further declared — " No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...happiness than any other of which they are susceptible." . . . . " Domestic slavery, therefore, instead of being a political evil, is the corner-stone of our...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1840 - 44 pages
...despotism j and that he preferred the first, as being the most republican. He further declared — " No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...happiness than any other of which they are susceptible." . . . . " Domestic slavery, therefore, instead of being a political evil, is. the corner-stone of our...
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The Legion of Liberty!: And Force of Truth, Containing the Thoughts, Words ...

Julius Rubens Ames, Benjamin Lundy - Slavery - 1843 - 368 pages
...community should publish this speeies of interference by death without benefit of clergy.* ... No humane institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly consistent with the will of God than domestic slavery. If we look into the elements of which all political communities are composed, it will be found that...
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SINFULNESS OF AMERICAN SLAVERY

REV. B. F. TEFFT - 1850
...M'Duffie, Governor of South Carolina, in his message to the Legislature in 1834, declares as follows: " No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...happiness than any other of which they are susceptible. " Domestic slavery, therefore, instead of being a political evil, is the corner-stone of our republican...
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The Anti-slavery Cause in America and Its Martyrs

Eliza Wigham - Abolitionists - 1863 - 168 pages
...which we give as illustrative of the arguments against which the abolitionists had to contend : — " No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...consistent with the will of God than domestic slavery. . . . D " So deep is my conviction on this subject, that if I were doomed to die immediately after...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...five to nineteen. Governor McDufflc, of South Carolina, in his message to the legislature, said : " No human institution, in my opinion, is more manifestly...happiness than any other of which they are susceptible. Domestic slavery, therefore, instead of being a political evil, is the cornerstone of our republican...
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