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" There are now in our whole land two millions of human beings, exposed, defenceless, to every insult, and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by... "
Y Cenhadwr americanaidd - Pāgina 41
editat per - 1849
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Collection of Writings on the Slavery Question

1838 - 148 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping...lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion, that may, occasionally or habitually,...
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Slavery in America: With Notices of the Present State of ..., Edicions 1-14

1837 - 340 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping...lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion, that may occasionally or habitually...
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"Liberty": The Image and Superscription on Every Coin Issued by the United ...

Julius Rubens Ames - 1837 - 716 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping...lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion that may, occasionally, or habitually,...
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American Slavery as it is: Testimony of a Thousand Witnesses

American Anti-Slavery Society - 1839 - 236 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping...lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion that may, occasionally, or habitually,...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volum 3

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1845 - 652 pāgines
...death, which their fellow-men may chooee to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wan ion caprice, by grasping avarice, by brutal lust, by malignant spite, and by Ąnvitir anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion, that may,...
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The Lives and Opinions of Benj'n Franklin Butler: United States District ...

William Lyon Mackenzie - 1845 - 494 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellow men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping avarice, by brutal lust, by malignant spile, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of етегу...
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A Debate on Slavery: Held on the First, Second, Third and Sixth Days of ...

Jonathan Blanchard - 1846 - 526 pāgines
...maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted.by wanton caprice, by grasping avarice, by brutal lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim and the prey of every passion that may occasionally, or habitually...
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A Debate on Slavery: Held on the First, Second, Third, and Sixth Days of ...

Jonathan Blanchard - 1846 - 536 pāgines
...maiming or death, which their fellow-men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted.by wanton caprice, by grasping avarice, by brutal lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim and the prey of every passion that may occasionally, or habitually...
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The Life and Times of Martin Van Buren: The Correspondence of His Friends ...

William Lyon Mackenzie - 1846 - 332 pāgines
...death, which their fellow men may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wantou caprice, by grasping avarice, by brutal lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion that may, occasionally, or habitually,...
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Sinfulness of American Slavery: Proved from Its Evil Sources; Its ..., Volum 1

Charles Elliott - 1850 - 372 pāgines
...and every injury short of maiming or death, which their fellowmen may choose to inflict. They suffer all that can be inflicted by wanton caprice, by grasping...lust, by malignant spite, and by insane anger. Their happiness is the sport of every whim, and the prey of every passion that may, occasionally or habitually,...
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