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Abolitionism Exposed


briefly noticed
CHAPTER V.
The Conduct and Character of the Southern Slave-holder vindicated
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CHAPTER VI.
Colonization Principles vindicated—Calumnies refuted—The good
the Colonization Society has already done—is doing—and the
incalculable good it must do, if duly patronized
66
CHAPTER VII.
Colonization and Abolitionism contrasted
88
APPENDIX.
Extract of an Address of William Lloyd Garrison, Esq., published in
the London Patriot, of August, 1833
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Conclusion
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PREFACE.
The conflagration of the late "Pennsylvania Hall" having frustrated
the contemplated discussion between some of the champions of
Abolitionism and the Author, he feels it a duty he owes the public,
and the best service he can render this country, to make known,
through the medium of a Pamphlet, a few of the facts and
arguments which he intended adducing on that occasion. Thus
contributing his mite of information towards allaying the general
excitement on this subject, and, if possible, to open the eyes of
those who, through mistaken philanthropy, have become the
innocent tools of a few reckless men, whose object, (to put the
most favourable construction on it) may be, while indifferent of
consequences, to render themselves conspicuous. Were he not
convinced that the best interests of this country, that the real
interests of the coloured population, bond and free, and that
common humanity itself, are involved in the question of
Abolitionism, he would not presume to obtrude himself on the
 
 
 
 
 
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