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  • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER VOL. I. AUGUST, 1836. NO. 1.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. VOL. I. SEPTEMBER 1836. No. 2. APPEAL TO THE CHRISTIAN WOMEN OF THE SOUTH,
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.        *       *       *       *       * VOL. I. SEPTEMBER, 1836. No. 2.        *       *       *       *       * APPEAL TO THE CHRISTIAN WOMEN OF THE SOUTH,
    • *       *       *       *       * THIRD EDITION. Price 6 1-4 cents single, 62 1-2 cents per dozen, $4 per hundred. No. 3. THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.        *       *       *       *       * LETTER OF GERRIT SMITH TO REV. JAMES SMYLIE, OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
    • No. 4 THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. THE BIBLE AGAINST SLAVERY. AN INQUIRY INTO THE PATRIARCHAL AND MOSAIC SYSTEMS ON THE SUBJECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. NEW-YORK: PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY, NO. 143 NASSAU STREET. 1837.
      • CONTENTS.
      • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
      • IMPORT OF THE WORD "BUY," AND THE PHRASE "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
      • II.-THE LEADING DESIGN OF THE MOSAIC LAWS RELATING TO MASTERS AND SERVANTS, WITH AN ENUMERATION OF THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES SECURED TO SERVANTS.
      • III.—DID PERSONS BECOME SERVANTS VOLUNTARILY, OR WERE THEY MADE SERVANTS AGAINST THEIR WILLS?
      • IV. WERE THE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY?
      • V.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS THEIR LEGAL PROPERTY?
      • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
    • CONTENTS.
    • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
    • IMPORT OF THE WORD "BUY," AND THE PHRASE "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
    • II.-THE LEADING DESIGN OF THE MOSAIC LAWS RELATING TO MASTERS AND SERVANTS, WITH AN ENUMERATION OF THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES SECURED TO SERVANTS.
    • III.—DID PERSONS BECOME SERVANTS VOLUNTARILY, OR WERE THEY MADE SERVANTS AGAINST THEIR WILLS?
    • IV. WERE THE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY?
    • V.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS THEIR LEGAL PROPERTY?
    • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
    • No. 4. THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. THE BIBLE AGAINST SLAVERY. AN INQUIRY INTO THE PATRIARCHAL AND MOSAIC SYSTEMS ON THE SUBJECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. Third Edition—Revised.
      • CONTENTS
      • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
      • IMPORT OF "BUY," AND "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
      • V.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?
      • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
    • CONTENTS
    • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
    • IMPORT OF "BUY," AND "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
    • V.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?
    • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER NO 4. THE BIBLE AGAINST SLAVERY. AN INQUIRY INTO THE PATRIARCHAL AND MOSAIC SYSTEMS ON THE SUBJECT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. Fourth Edition—Enlarged.
      • CONTENTS.
      • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
      • THE MORAL LAW AGAINST SLAVERY.
      • MANSTEALING—EXAMINATION OF EX. XXI. 16.
      • IMPORT OF "BUY," AND "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
      • I. THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF SERVANTS.
      • II. WERE PERSONS MADE SERVANTS AGAINST THEIR WILLS?
      • III. WERE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY
      • IV.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?
      • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
      • OBJECTION III. "Both thy bondmen and bondmaids which thou shalt have, shall be of the heathen that are round about you, of them shall ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. Moreover of the children of the strangers that do sojourn among you, of them shall ye buy, and of their families that are with you, which they begat in your land, and they shall be your possession. And ye shall take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them for a possession; they shall be your bondmen forever." Lev. xxv. 44-46.
      • OBJECTION IV. "If thy brother that dwelleth by thee be waxen poor, and be sold unto thee, thou shalt not compel him to serve as a BOND-SERVANT but as an HIRED-SERVANT, and as a sojourner shall he be with thee, and shall serve thee unto the year of jubilee." Lev. xxv. 39, 40.
    • CONTENTS.
    • DEFINITION OF SLAVERY.
    • THE MORAL LAW AGAINST SLAVERY.
    • MANSTEALING—EXAMINATION OF EX. XXI. 16.
    • IMPORT OF "BUY," AND "BOUGHT WITH MONEY."
    • I. THE RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES OF SERVANTS.
    • II. WERE PERSONS MADE SERVANTS AGAINST THEIR WILLS?
    • III. WERE SERVANTS FORCED TO WORK WITHOUT PAY
    • IV.—WERE MASTERS THE PROPRIETORS OF SERVANTS AS LEGAL PROPERTY?
    • OBJECTIONS CONSIDERED.
    • OBJECTION III. "Both thy bondmen and bondmaids which thou shalt have, shall be of the heathen that are round about you, of them shall ye buy bondmen and bondmaids. Moreover of the children of the strangers that do sojourn among you, of them shall ye buy, and of their families that are with you, which they begat in your land, and they shall be your possession. And ye shall take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them for a possession; they shall be your bondmen forever." Lev. xxv. 44-46.
    • OBJECTION IV. "If thy brother that dwelleth by thee be waxen poor, and be sold unto thee, thou shalt not compel him to serve as a BOND-SERVANT but as an HIRED-SERVANT, and as a sojourner shall he be with thee, and shall serve thee unto the year of jubilee." Lev. xxv. 39, 40.
    • NO. 5. THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. THE POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • STATEMENT OF THE QUESTION AT ISSUE.
      • THE POWER OF CONGRESS TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT HAS BEEN, TILL RECENTLY, UNIVERSALLY CONCEDED.
      • OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.
      • POSTSCRIPT
    • POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
    • STATEMENT OF THE QUESTION AT ISSUE.
    • THE POWER OF CONGRESS TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT HAS BEEN, TILL RECENTLY, UNIVERSALLY CONCEDED.
    • OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.
    • POSTSCRIPT
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER No. 5        *       *       *       *       * THE POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • IS THE LAW-MAKING POWER COMPETENT TO ABOLISH SLAVERY WHEN NOT RESTRICTED IN THAT PARTICULAR BY CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS—or, IS THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE SPHERE OF LEGISLATION?
      • II. THE POWER OF CONGRESS TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT HAS BEEN, TILL RECENTLY, UNIVERSALLY CONCEDED.
      • OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.
      • POSTSCRIPT
    • POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
    • IS THE LAW-MAKING POWER COMPETENT TO ABOLISH SLAVERY WHEN NOT RESTRICTED IN THAT PARTICULAR BY CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS—or, IS THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE SPHERE OF LEGISLATION?
    • II. THE POWER OF CONGRESS TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT HAS BEEN, TILL RECENTLY, UNIVERSALLY CONCEDED.
    • OBJECTIONS TO THE FOREGOING CONCLUSIONS CONSIDERED.
    • POSTSCRIPT
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER NO. 5 THE POWER OF CONGRESS OVER THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
      • POSTSCRIPT
    • POSTSCRIPT
    • ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. No. 6. NARRATIVE OF JAMES WILLIAMS, AN AMERICAN SLAVE.
      • PREFACE.
      • NARRATIVE
    • PREFACE.
    • NARRATIVE
    • NO. 7 THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. EMANCIPATION IN THE WEST INDIES.
      • CONTENTS.
        • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER I.
        • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER II.
        • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER III.
        • BARBADOES.
        • JAMAICA.
        • APPENDIX.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER I.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER II.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER III.
      • BARBADOES.
      • JAMAICA.
      • APPENDIX.
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • ANTIGUA.
        • CHAPTER I.
        • CHAPTER II.
        • CHAPTER III.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • BARBADOES
        • CHAPTER I.
        • CHAPTER II.
        • CHAPTER III.
        • CHAPTER IV.
        • CHAPTER V.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • JAMAICA.
        • CHAPTER I.
        • CHAPTER II.
        • CHAPTER III.
        • APPENDIX.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • APPENDIX.
      • INDEX.
    • CONTENTS.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER I.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER II.
      • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER III.
      • BARBADOES.
      • JAMAICA.
      • APPENDIX.
    • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER I.
    • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER II.
    • ANTIGUA.--CHAPTER III.
    • BARBADOES.
    • JAMAICA.
    • APPENDIX.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • ANTIGUA.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • BARBADOES
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • JAMAICA.
      • CHAPTER I.
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • APPENDIX.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • APPENDIX.
    • INDEX.
    • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER--EXTRA.
    • THE CHATTEL PRINCIPLE
    • NO. 8. THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
      • APPENDIX.
        • APPENDIX A.
        • APPENDIX B.
        • APPENDIX C.
        • APPENDIX D.
        • APPENDIX E.
        • APPENDIX F.
        • APPENDIX G.
        • APPENDIX H.
      • APPENDIX A.
      • APPENDIX B.
      • APPENDIX C.
      • APPENDIX D.
      • APPENDIX E.
      • APPENDIX F.
      • APPENDIX G.
      • APPENDIX H.
    • APPENDIX.
      • APPENDIX A.
      • APPENDIX B.
      • APPENDIX C.
      • APPENDIX D.
      • APPENDIX E.
      • APPENDIX F.
      • APPENDIX G.
      • APPENDIX H.
    • APPENDIX A.
    • APPENDIX B.
    • APPENDIX C.
    • APPENDIX D.
    • APPENDIX E.
    • APPENDIX F.
    • APPENDIX G.
    • APPENDIX H.
    • NO. 9. THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
      • LETTER OF GERRIT SMITH, TO HON. HENRY CLAY.
    • LETTER OF GERRIT SMITH, TO HON. HENRY CLAY.
  • No. 10 THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
    • NOTE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • NARRATIVE OF MR. CAULKINS.
    • NARRATIVE AND TESTIMONY OF REV. HORACE MOULTON.
    • TESTIMONY OF MR. WILLIAM POE
    • IV. DWELLINGS.
    • PERSONAL NARRATIVES—PART II.
    • TESTIMONY OF MRS. NANCY LOWRY, A NATIVE OF KENTUCKY.
    • TESTIMONY OF MR. WM. C. GILDERSLEEVE, A NATIVE OF GEORGIA
    • TESTIMONY OF MR. HIRAM WHITE—A NATIVE OF NORTH CAROLINA
    • TESTIMONY OF MR. JOHN M. NELSON—A NATIVE OF VIRGINIA.
    • TESTIMONY OF ANGELINA GRIMKÉ WELD.
    • GENERAL TESTIMONY
    • PUNISHMENTS.
    • II. TORTURES, BY IRON COLLARS, CHAINS, FETTERS, HANDCUFFS, &c.
    • III. BRANDINGS, MAIMINGS, GUY-SHOT WOUNDS, &c.
    • PERSONAL NARRATIVES-PART III.
    • INDEX.
      • A.
      • B.
      • C.
      • D.
      • E.
      • F.
      • G.
      • H.
      • I.
      • J.
      • K.
      • L.
      • M.
      • N.
      • O.
      • P.
      • Q.
      • R.
      • S.
      • T.
      • U.
      • V.
      • W.
      • Y.
    • A.
    • B.
    • C.
    • D.
    • E.
    • F.
    • G.
    • H.
    • I.
    • J.
    • K.
    • L.
    • M.
    • N.
    • O.
    • P.
    • Q.
    • R.
    • S.
    • T.
    • U.
    • V.
    • W.
    • Y.
  • THE
  • ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
  • No. 10.
  • SPEECH
  • of
  • HON. THOMAS MORRIS,
  • OF OHIO,
  • IN REPLY TO THE SPEECH OF
  • THE
  • HON. HENRY CLAY.
  • IN SENATE, FEBRUARY 9, 1839.
    • NEW YORK:
      • 1839.
    • 1839.
    • SPEECH
  • THE
  • ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.
  • No. 11.
  • THE
  • CONSTITUTION
  • A PRO-SLAVERY COMPACT.
  • OR
  • SELECTIONS
  • FROM
  • THE MADISON PAPERS, &c.
    • 1844.
    • CONTENTS.
      • DEBATES IN STATE CONVENTIONS
    • DEBATES IN STATE CONVENTIONS
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • THE CONSTITUTION
      • FEDERALIST, No. 42.
    • FEDERALIST, No. 42.
  • THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER.—NO. XI
  • THE
  • CONSTITUTION
  • A PRO-SLAVERY COMPACT
  • OR
  • SELECTIONS
  • FROM
  • THE MADISON PAPERS, &C.
    • SECOND EDITION, ENLARGED.
      • 1845.
    • 1845.
    • CONTENTS.
      • DEBATES IN STATE CONVENTIONS
    • DEBATES IN STATE CONVENTIONS
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • DEBATES IN FIRST CONGRESS.
  • 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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