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The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4

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  • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER Part 4 of 4
  • No. 12. ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. CHATTEL PRINCIPLE THE ABHORRENCE OF JESUS CHRIST AND THE APOSTLES; OR, NO REFUGE FOR AMERICAN SLAVERY IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.
    • THE NEW TESTAMENT AGAINST SLAVERY.
    • PROFESSOR STUART'S REPLY.
    • "SO THEY WRAP [SNARL] IT UP."
    • "THINK NOT THAT I AM COME TO DESTROY THE LAW OR THE PROPHETS; I AM NOT COME TO DESTROY, BUT TO FULFIL."
    • "THOU THOUGHTEST THAT I WAS ALTOGETHER SUCH AN ONE AS THYSELF."
    • "IT IS THE SPIRIT THAT QUICKENETH."
    • "COME NOW, LET US REASON TOGETHER, SAITH THE LORD."
    • "FOR RULERS ARE NOT A TERROR TO GOOD WORKS, BUT TO THE EVIL."
    • "THOU THAT PREACHEST A MAN SHOULD NOT STEAL, DOST THOU STEAL."
    • "AND THEY STOPPED THEIR EARS."
    • "WHY DO YE NOT UNDERSTAND MY SPEECH; EVEN BECAUSE YE CANNOT HEAR MY WORD."
    • "LOVE WORKETH NO ILL TO HIS NEIGHBOR."
    • "YE THEREFORE APPLAUD AND DELIGHT IN THE DEEDS OF YOUR FATHERS;
    • FOR THEY KILLED THEM, AND YE BUILD THEIR SEPULCHRES."[19]
    • "THINK NOT TO SAY WITHIN YOURSELVES,
    • WE HAVE ABRAHAM FOR OUR FATHER."
    • "SO THAT YE ARE WITHOUT EXCUSE."
    • No. 12.
    • THE
    • ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
    • DISUNION.
      • ADDRESS OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
      • AND
      • F. JACKSON'S LETTER ON THE PRO-SLAVERY CHARACTER
      • OF THE CONSTITUTION
    • ADDRESS OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
    • AND
    • F. JACKSON'S LETTER ON THE PRO-SLAVERY CHARACTER
    • OF THE CONSTITUTION
    • ADDRESS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
    • OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
    • TO THE
    • Friends of Freedom and Emancipation in the U. States.
      • LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.
      • FROM MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH AT NIBLO'S GARDENS.
      • EXTRACTS FROM JOHN Q. ADAMS'S ADDRESS
    • LETTER FROM FRANCIS JACKSON.
    • FROM MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH AT NIBLO'S GARDENS.
    • EXTRACTS FROM JOHN Q. ADAMS'S ADDRESS
    • No. 13.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
    • ON THE CONDITION OF THE FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR
    • IN THE UNITED STATES.
    • ON THE CONDITION OF THE FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR.
      • 1. GENERAL EXCLUSION FROM THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.
      • 2. DENIAL OF THE RIGHT OF LOCOMOTION.
      • 3. DENIAL OF THE RIGHT OF PETITION.
      • 4. EXCLUSION FROM THE ARMY AND MILITIA.
      • 5. EXCLUSION FROM ALL PARTICIPATION IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.
      • 6. IMPEDIMENTS TO EDUCATION.
      • 7. IMPEDIMENTS TO RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION.
      • 8. IMPEDIMENTS TO HONEST INDUSTRY.
      • 9. LIABILITY TO BE SEIZED, AND TREATED AS SLAVES.
      • 10. SUBJECTION TO INSULT AND OUTRAGE.
    • 1. GENERAL EXCLUSION FROM THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE.
    • 2. DENIAL OF THE RIGHT OF LOCOMOTION.
    • 3. DENIAL OF THE RIGHT OF PETITION.
    • 4. EXCLUSION FROM THE ARMY AND MILITIA.
    • 5. EXCLUSION FROM ALL PARTICIPATION IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.
    • 6. IMPEDIMENTS TO EDUCATION.
    • 7. IMPEDIMENTS TO RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION.
    • 8. IMPEDIMENTS TO HONEST INDUSTRY.
    • 9. LIABILITY TO BE SEIZED, AND TREATED AS SLAVES.
    • 10. SUBJECTION TO INSULT AND OUTRAGE.
    • No. 13.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
    • CAN ABOLITIONISTS VOTE OR TAKE OFFICE UNDER
    • THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION?
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE NO-VOTING THEORY.
    • OBJECTIONS.
      • OBJECTION I.
      • OBJECTION II.
      • OBJECTION III.
      • OBJECTION IV.
      • OBJECTION V.
      • OBJECTION VI.
      • OBJECTION VII.
      • OBJECTION VIII.
      • OBJECTION IX.
      • OBJECTION X.
      • OBJECTION XI.
      • OBJECTION XII.
      • OBJECTION XIII.
      • OBJECTION XIV.
      • OBJECTION XV.
      • OBJECTION XVI.
      • LAST OF ALL, THE OBJECTOR CRIES OUT,
    • OBJECTION I.
    • OBJECTION II.
    • OBJECTION III.
    • OBJECTION IV.
    • OBJECTION V.
    • OBJECTION VI.
    • OBJECTION VII.
    • OBJECTION VIII.
    • OBJECTION IX.
    • OBJECTION X.
    • OBJECTION XI.
    • OBJECTION XII.
    • OBJECTION XIII.
    • OBJECTION XIV.
    • OBJECTION XV.
    • OBJECTION XVI.
    • LAST OF ALL, THE OBJECTOR CRIES OUT,
    • EXTRACTS FROM J.Q. ADAMS.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
    • ADDRESS TO THE FRIENDS OF CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY,
    • ON THE VIOLATION BY THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
    • OF THE RIGHT OF PETITION AT THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
    • OF THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.
    • ADDRESS.
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