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A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave-trade to Africa

James Swan

A dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave-trade to Africa

Shewing the injustice thereof, &c. Revised and abridged. By James Swan.

by James Swan

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Published by Printed for J. Greenleaf, at the new printing-office, in Hanover-Street in Boston .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationx,[1],12-41,[1]p.
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19391437M

By his church had two hundred members, but over a hundred more had been received as converted members though they had not won their masters' permission to be baptized. George Gregory. Moncure D. Reprinted from the Edition ofwith the Supplements to Henry Clay. King became a skilled craftsman, better prepared than many slaves for the opportunities that the unsettling war would bring.

And, equally real conflict in reasoning is fact that most lawyers cite United States beginnings with the constitution ratified in rather than the rebellion that began in or Declaration of Independence issued July 4, In Yamma and Qamine were sent to President John Witherspoon at Princeton for training, and by they were ready to go. He was a confidential messenger between Governor Hancock and Washington, and was afterwards a prisoner of war, having been taken in a privateer, in McLeod denounced slavery because it "debases a part of the human race" and tends "to destroy their intellectual powers. An African Society was organized in New York in and chartered inand out of it grew in course of time three or four other organizations. George was one of the founders of the African-Americans church, and it was he who introduced the Baptist faith to African.

Yes, verily we do! I studied the portrait in trying to discern some clue to character in the countenance rendered with such mastery by the artist. Pope Gregory XVI. Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, published during its Discussion by the People, —8. The wood-work of the State House was under his charge, and evinces the grace and beauty of his workmanship.


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The Slave Trade in New York. The Swan House was set on a rocky promontory on what is now Dudley Street; the circular parlor was originally surmounted by a dome at the height of 25 feet.

The child began work at six as a house servant and at nine was tending cattle and learning form his comrades "the horrible sin of Swearing and Cursing" out of earshot of his father.

I saw millions of millions of souls: some of whom ascended up to heaven; while others were rejected, and fell into the greatest confusion and despair.

The history of the education of the ante-bellum Negroes, therefore, falls into two periods. The meeting-place having been selected, the members would come by ones and twos, make their payments to the secretary, and quietly withdraw.

The Political Text-Book, or Encyclopedia At London Meeting. He married a daughter of Paul Revere. Fothergill was willing to put 10, pounds sterling into an African colony, but Benezet had reservations. His brothers, Caleb and Amasa, were also prominent Revolutionary characters,—the latter having been forty years quartermaster-general of Massachusetts.

Brearcroft to allude to this project in a discourse before the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in He was imprisoned in Paris for debt inand released c.

New Haven, At one time one of the wealthiest men in Boston, he was now hopelessly insolvent, his health broken, and most of his allies gone. When prejudice, however, lost some of its sting, the friends of the colored people did more than ever for their education.

Though the people were kind to him, he was not safe. In the course of time the place of catechist in each family might be supplied out of the intelligent slaves by choosing such among them as were best taught to instruct the rest. Southern legislatures made sure that baptism was no ticket to freedom.

I have not encountered the circumstances of his arrival in Boston. Of Chesterfield, Mass. The quantity of meat impressed the slave from Virginia, where the staple of diet was corn. Jesse Torrey. The Slave Trade in Massachusetts.Poems of Phillis Wheatley,” Diallo, Ayuba Suleiman, 20 Diana,–26n16 Dibdin, Charles, The Padlock, Dikason, Thomas, 17 Discourse on the Peace, A (Lathrop), n34 Dissenters, 24 –25, 33 Dissertation on the Spasmodic Asthma of Children (Rush), Dissuasion to Great-Britain and the Colonies from the Slave Trade to Africa Cited by: Mercenary considerations have ever been uppermost in determining attitudes toward slavery.

The Treaty of Utrecht in resulted in a monopoly of the slave trade by Great Britain, which became a major source of revenue to the Grown, and conse-profitable to quently King George frustrated all legislative attempts to abolish the traffic. Full text of "The suppression of the African slave-trade to the United States of America, " See other formats.

This memorable but half-forgotten chapter in the book of human life can be rightly read only by lights numerous and widely scattered. The earlier period of New France was prolific in a class of publications which are often of much historic value, but of which many are exceedingly rare.

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May 20,  · Sunday, May 20, and when James Swan in his Dissuasion from the Slave Trade made such a statement as that "no country can be called free where there is one slave," it was "at the earnest desire of the Negroes in Boston" that the revised edition of the pamphlet was published.

in America led to the revolt from Great Britain. No.