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" In the Colonies of Great Britain there are at this moment upwards of 800,000 human beings in a state of degrading personal slavery. These unhappy persons, whether young or old, male or female, are the absolute property of their master, who may sell or... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 9
1826
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1826
...human beings in ft state- of degrading personal slavery ; the absolute property of their mi .t, r", who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may !•• .<i,.! t'l.-m , ff; he pleases, by means of a hot iron; as-Mttle are branded in this i ,>iMt...
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Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons, on the 15th May, 1823, on a ...

Great Britain. Parliament House of Commons - Antislavery movements - 1823 - 248 pages
...degrading personal slavery. These unhappy persons, whether young or old, male or female, are the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may also regulate according to his discretion (within certain limits) the measure of their labour, their...
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Substance of the Debate in the House of Commons, on the 15th May, 1823: On a ...

Antislavery movements - 1823 - 248 pages
...degrading personal slavery. These unhappy persons, whether young or old, male or female, are the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may also regulate according to his discretion (within certain limits) the measure of their labour, their...
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An Appeal to the Religion, Justice, and Humanity of the Inhabitants of the ...

William Wilberforce - Abolitionists - 1823 - 77 pages
...degrading personal slavery. These unhappy persons, whether young or old, male or female, are the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may also regulate according to his discretion (within certain limits) the measure of their labour, their...
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The Common-sense book

1824
...— Mr. M'Queen, LABOUR AND FOOD. " The slaves, whether male or female, are driven to hard labour, by the impulse of the cart whip, for the sole benefit...their owners, from whom they receive no wages, and this labour is continued (with certain intermissions for breakfast and dinner ) from morning to night...
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The West India Colonies: The Calumnies and Misrepresentations Circulated ...

James MacQueen - Digital images - 1824 - 427 pages
...falsehood or misrepresentation for it. " The Slaves, whether male or female, are driven to hard labour, by the impulse of the cart whip, for the sole benefit of their owners, from whom they receive no wagei, and this labour is continued (with certain intermissions for breakfast and dinner) from morning...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 23

1824
...degrading personal slavery. " These unhappy persons, whether young or old, male or female, are the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may also regulate according to his discretion (within certain limits) the measure of their labour, their...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 23

Religion - 1824
...per-1 sonal slavery. " These unhappy persons, whethw young or old, male or female, are'the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer them at his pleasure, and who may also regulate according to his discretion (within certain limits) the measure of their labour, their...
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The Colonial Controversy: Containing a Refutation of the Calumnies of the ...

James MacQueen - Electronic book - 1825 - 223 pages
...Substance Debate," page 14.) states:— " The slaves, whether male or female, are driven to labour by the impulse of the cart whip, for the sole benefit...their owners, from whom they receive no wages; and this labour is continued (with certain intermissions for breakfast and dinner) from morning to night,...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 26

1827
...this moment, upwards of 830,000 human beings in state of degrading personal slavery ; the absolute property of their master, who may sell or transfer...driven to labour during the day by the impulse of the cartwhip, for the sole benefit of their owners, from whom they receive no wages ; and in the season...
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