Autographs for Freedom
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Autographs for Freedom

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  • AUTOGRAPHS FOR FREEDOM.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • BE UP AND DOING.
  • CASTE AND CHRIST.
  • LETTER FROM THE EARL OF CARLISLE TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SOCIETY.
  • MOMMA CHARLOTTE.
  • A NAME,
  • TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SOCIETY.
  • SLAVERY AND POLYGAMY: DOCTORS OF DIVINITY IN A DILEMMA.
  • THE WAY.
  • THE SLAVE AND SLAVE-OWNER.
  • LETTER FROM THE BISHOP OF OXFORD[A] TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SOCIETY.
  • “HIDE THE OUTCASTS.”
  • CAN SLAVES RIGHTFULLY RESIST AND FIGHT?
  • DEATH IN LIFE.
  • TRUE REFORM.
  • HOW LONG?
  • LETTER FROM WILSON ARMISTEAD TO THE SECRETARY OF THE SOCIETY.
  • IMPROMPTU STANZAS,
  • JOHN MURRAY (OF GLASGOW).
  • POWER OF AMERICAN EXAMPLE.
  • “THE GOSPEL AS A REMEDY FOR SLAVERY.”
  • LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY.
  • THE SLAVE’S PRAYER.
    • SONG OF PRAISE.
  • THE STRUGGLE.
  • WORK AND WAIT.
  • THE GREAT EMANCIPATION.
  • ODE
  • PASSAGES IN THE LIFE OF A SLAVE WOMAN.
  • STORY TELLING.
  • THE MAN-OWNER.
  • DAMASCUS IN 1851.
  • RELIGIOUS, MORAL, AND POLITICAL DUTIES.
  • WHY SLAVERY IS IN THE CONSTITUTION.
  • THE TWO ALTARS; OR, TWO PICTURES IN ONE.
    • I.—THE ALTAR OF LIBERTY, OR 1776.
    • II.—THE ALTAR OF ——, OR 1850.
  • OUTLINE OF A MAN.
  • THE HEROIC SLAVE-WOMAN.
  • KOSSUTH.
  • THE HEROIC SLAVE.
    • PART I.
    • PART II.
    • PART III.
    • PART IV.
  • A PLEA FOR FREE SPEECH.
  • PLACIDO.
  • FOOTNOTES:
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