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The chattel principle the abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the apostles; or, no refuge for American slavery in the New Testament.

Green, Beriah.

Published by American Anti-Slavery Society, New York, 1839
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The Anti-Slavery Examiner. No. 12. Re-issue of no. 7 in the series, published by the Society in the same year with 71 pp. and without the author's name printed on the title-page. Also issued as no. 7 in the series, in 1838, was "Emancipation in the West Indies" by James A. Thome and J. H. Kimball. Also published as no. 12 in the series, in 1845, was "Disunion. Address of the American anti-slavery society; and F. Jackson's letter on the pro-slavery character of the Constitution." 8vo. 67 pp. Removed from a nonce volume; sewing holes at inner margin. Foxing on title-page and next several pages, waterstains on top margins throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 16860

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Title: The chattel principle the abhorrence of ...

Publisher: American Anti-Slavery Society, New York

Publication Date: 1839

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