Discussion on American Slavery
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Discussion on American Slavery

By Robert J. (Robert Jefferson) Breckinridge, George Thompson
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Table of Contents
  • DISCUSSION
    • ON
  • AMERICAN SLAVERY,
    • BETWEEN
      • GEORGE THOMPSON, ESQ., AGENT OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOCIETY FOR THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, AND
      • REV. ROBERT J. BRECKINRIDGE, DELEGATE FROM THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF ENGLAND AND WALES:
        • HOLDEN IN THE
      • HOLDEN IN THE
      • REV. DR. WARDLAW'S CHAPEL, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND,
        • On the Evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1836,
      • On the Evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1836,
    • GEORGE THOMPSON, ESQ., AGENT OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN SOCIETY FOR THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, AND
    • REV. ROBERT J. BRECKINRIDGE, DELEGATE FROM THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES, TO THE CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF ENGLAND AND WALES:
      • HOLDEN IN THE
    • HOLDEN IN THE
    • REV. DR. WARDLAW'S CHAPEL, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND,
      • On the Evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1836,
    • On the Evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1836,
    • WITH AN APPENDIX.
      • NEGRO UNIVERSITIES PRESS NEW YORK
    • NEGRO UNIVERSITIES PRESS NEW YORK
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • MR. THOMPSON'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
        • To the Editor of the London Patriot.
        • TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLASGOW CHRONICLE.
      • To the Editor of the London Patriot.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLASGOW CHRONICLE.
      • NOTE.
    • MR. THOMPSON'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
      • To the Editor of the London Patriot.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLASGOW CHRONICLE.
    • To the Editor of the London Patriot.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLASGOW CHRONICLE.
    • NOTE.
  • DISCUSSION.
    • FIRST NIGHT—MONDAY JUNE 13.
    • SECOND NIGHT—TUESDAY, JUNE 14.
    • THIRD NIGHT—WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15.
    • FOURTH NIGHT—THURSDAY, JUNE 16.
    • FIFTH NIGHT—FRIDAY, JUNE 17.
      • METHODIST'S RESOLUTIONS ON ABOLITION.
        • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
        • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
        • METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.
        • AMOS DRESSER'S CASE.
        • (From the Charleston Courier.) GREAT AND IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING.
        • CHARLESTON PRESBYTERY ON SLAVERY.
        • REPORT ON ABOLITION.
      • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
      • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
      • METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.
      • AMOS DRESSER'S CASE.
      • (From the Charleston Courier.) GREAT AND IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING.
      • CHARLESTON PRESBYTERY ON SLAVERY.
      • REPORT ON ABOLITION.
    • METHODIST'S RESOLUTIONS ON ABOLITION.
      • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
      • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
      • METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.
      • AMOS DRESSER'S CASE.
      • (From the Charleston Courier.) GREAT AND IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING.
      • CHARLESTON PRESBYTERY ON SLAVERY.
      • REPORT ON ABOLITION.
    • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
    • RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION OF SLAVES.
    • METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCHES.
    • AMOS DRESSER'S CASE.
    • (From the Charleston Courier.) GREAT AND IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING.
    • CHARLESTON PRESBYTERY ON SLAVERY.
    • REPORT ON ABOLITION.
    • APPENDIX.
      • FOOTNOTES
    • FOOTNOTES
    • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES
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