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" I hold in my own right shall receive their freedom. To emancipate them during her life would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by... "
Hail Columbia, the Flag, and Yankee Doodle Dandy - Page 109
by William Thomas Roberts Saffell - 1864 - 123 pages
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 4; Volume 68

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - English literature - 1838
...will may here be given, a* illustrating what has just been observed: ' Upon the deoea*M'j 'my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves which I ho'1' in my own right shall receive their freedom. To emancipate ' them during her life, would,...
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The Life of George Washington

Jared Sparks - Presidents - 1839 - 562 pages
...think proper. Item. — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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"Liberty."

Julius Rubens Ames - Slavery - 1839 - 141 pages
...its vices ? — Farewell Address. Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all my slaves, which I hold in my own right, shall receive...them during her life, would, though earnestly wished, bo attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriages with...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 13

United States - 1843
...will show. "Item — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right, shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 13

United States - 1843
...will show. "Item — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in' my own right, shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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The Legion of Liberty!: And Force of Truth, Containing the Thoughts, Words ...

Julius Rubens Ames, Benjamin Lundy - Slavery - 1843 - 308 pages
...its vices ? — Farcirell Address. Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all my slaves, which I hold in my own right, shall receive their freedom. To emaneipate them during her life, would, though earnestly wished, bo attended with such insuperable...
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Proceedings of the New York Historical Society

New-York Historical Society - New York (State) - 1844
...will show. " Item — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right, shall receive their freedom. To emancipate them during her Jife would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account...
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Letters on Agriculture from His Excellency, George Washington, President of ...

George Washington - Agriculture - 1847 - 198 pages
...proper. • ITEM. — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire, that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right, shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON; BEING HIS CORRESPONDENCE, ADDRESSES ...

JARED SPARKS - 1855
...think proper. Item. — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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The Life of General Washington, First President of the United States, Volume 2

Charles Wentworth Upham - 1856
...think proper. Item. — Upon the decease of my wife, it is my will and desire that all the slaves whom I hold in my own right shall receive their freedom....would, though earnestly wished by me, be attended with such insuperable difficulties, on account of their intermixture by marriage with the dower negroes,...
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