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American Home Mission Society,.....

117

American Tract Society, ...................

American Bible Society,......

120

American and Foreign Christian Union,..

American Missionary Association,...

North-Western Home Missionary Association,....

122

Baptist Free Missionary Society,......

123

American Foreign Missionaries, ...

American Reform Book and Tract Society,

126

Union Christian Conventions, ....

Supplying Slaves with Bibles, ..

128

Anti-Slavery Churches in Slave States,

129

Mutilations, &c., of Publications,...

130

Anti-Slavery Publications, .....

131

Pro-Slavery Publications,...

134

Free Labor Produce,..

....................................

134

Factories at the South,...

136

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Unprofitableness of Slave Labor,. .................................

137

Inter-State Slave Trade, .

139

Cruelties, .......

141

The Slave Code,...

143

Escapes,........

144

Advertisements of Slaves,.

145

Lynch Law,..........

........... 145

Southern Views and Feelings,...

146

Caste,........

153

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Colonization,......

......................................................

154

Illegality of Slavery,...........

................................................ 160

The Slave Trade,

............................................ 162

Workings of Emancipation,..........

170

Jamaica, . ............................

......... 171

New Granada, ..........................

172

Dutch Colonies, ........

172

Anti-Slavery Society of Canada,...

173

Foreign Societies and Efforts,...

Societies in America, ....

Success of Anti-Slavery Efforts, ...

175

Petitions to Congress,.....

177

Conclusion,.......

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Armstrong's, C. Q. Slaves, 44
Articles of Confederation, 161
Ashtabula Co., (0.) Public Feeling, 43
Associate Presbyterian Church,
Ausebar Apostle, 37
Autographs of Freedom, 131
Auxiliary Associations, 194

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Bacon, Leonard, Dr., 121, 140
Bacon, L. W., 193
Bailey, James, 98
Baldwin, Daniel, Rev., 123, 190
Baltimore Democratic Convention and Plat-

form, 12
Baltimore Whig, do., 43

Platforms and Fug. Slave Bill, 12, 13
Clippers, 163

Free People of Color, 158
Bancroft, George, Historian, 131
Baptists, 96
Baptist Bible Societies, 97

Free Mission Society, 123
66 Home Mission Society, 96, 122

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Missions, 97

Publication Society, 97
Baptists, Free Will, 98

German, Brethren, 114

Seventh-days German,) 111

Abolitionists, and Gen. Asso. Presb., 72
Act of 1793, 38
Adams's, F. C. Work, 65
Adams, Gray & Co., Baltimore, 165
Address to A. S. Christians, 5
Advertisement, Slave Preacher, &c., 144
African Slave-Trade, 162
Agents, 194
Agitation, political, 6
Agricultural Congress, Southern, 150
Aiken, Dr., in General Assembly, 68, 70, 80
Akron, Ohio, Conven., (Univer.), 108
Alabama, Colored Seamen, 65

" Learned Negro Blacksmith, 158
Albany Cong. Convention, 99, 117

" and Jerry Rescuers, 37
Alberti, pardoned, 33
Aldrich, Judge, 40
Alexander, Mrs., (Ky.,) 40
Allen H. W., Deputy Marshal, (trial) 36
Allen, Dr., in General Assembly, 82
American Board and Slavery, 114

66 Jay's Pamphlet on, 6
American Bible Society, 120

Foreign Christian Union, 120
Foreign Missionaries, 123
Home Missionary Society, 117, 121
Missionary Association, 122
A. S. Society, 175
Tract Society, 118

s Jay's Pamphlet on, 6
Reform Tract and Book Society, 12
Temperance Union, 103
Linen Company, 135
“Slave Code," 6, 131, 143
Squadron, Brazil, 165

Cruisers, inactive, 167
Amelioration, and the cause, 151
Amistad Case, in Congress, 10
Ancient Servitude, E. Smith, 131
Andover Minister in Georgia, 145
Anderson, Judge, 41
Annexation of Sandwich Islands, 56

66 66 Cuba, 52
"An Inquiry, by E. Smith,'' 131
Annual Meeting, Society, 179

Resolutions, 180
56 F. Douglass' Speech, 183

Business Meeting, 190

16 Officers chosen, 191
Ansted, Prof., 149
Anti-slavery Publications, 131

Churches, at the South, 129
Advocate, 174
Press, 133
Tracts and Pamphlets, 195
Books for Children, 195
Societies in America, 175

in Canada, 173

in Europe, 174
Appendix, 179
Appropriation Bill, 8

Baron Van Raders, 173
Barculo, Judge, 201-3

" decision, 203
Barnes, Albert, Sermon and Gen. Ass., 66
Bayly, of Va., on Slave Laws, 161-2
Bayard, J. A., in Delaware Convention, 24
Beckwith, R. B., Rev., in General Assembly, 68
Belden, Henry, Rev., 90
Bell, Senator, on Colonization, 157

66 Baptist, 97
5 Supply for Slaves, 128
Bigler, Gov. Pa., and Alberti, 25, 33
Bigler, Gov. Cal., 48
Birney, James G., 19
Bishop Elder, in General Assembly, 81
Blackwood's Magazine on Slavery, 139
Black Laws of Illinois, 27, 39
Blanchard, Pres., Address, 114 en
Bloodhounds, how trained, 142
Boothe, W. D., Esq., 198
Bordley, Thomas, 33
Borland, Gov., Utah, 51
Boston Courier and Runaways, 145
Boston Universalist Meeting, 109
Bozals in Cuba, 169
Brady, James T., Esq., 198-9
Brantley of Tenn., General Assembly, 80
Brazil and Slave Trade, 166-8

" American Squadron at, 165
Breaking up Negro School, 143
Brigham's Trial, 36
Brisbane, W. H., Dr., 198

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British American Institute, 174

Anti-slavery Societies, 174
Colonies saved, 170
and Foreign A. S. Society, 174

Government remiss with Spain, 16
.66 Guiana, 170

Subjects in U. S., 64
Brooke, Senator, 7
Brooks's (M.C.) Confessions, 22
Brooklyn (N. Y.) City Court, 153
Brown, Thomas, (kidnapped) 33
Brown, David Paul, Esq., 33"
Brown, Lucy, 35
Brown, Charles, 83
Brown's, Jesse, Slaves sold, 61
Brown, Rachel P., the, 164
Buell & Blanchard's Publications, 131
Buffalo, General Assembly, N, S., 67
Burcb, Slave-dealer, 43
Bush, Geo., Rev., 104
Business Meeting, 190

Convention, Cong., Albany, 99

Unitarian, Springfield, Mass., 107
Free Democracy, 23

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Cabot, George, and law of 1793, 38
California, Arrests of Slaves, 41

Slaves at Mines, 40
Introducing Slavery, 47
Black Law, 26
Legislature, 26, 48–9
Jurisprudence, 40
Christian Advocate, 41

Division of State, 47, 49
- Camargo," The, a Slaver, 166
Canada Anti-Slavery Society, 173
Canedo, Captain-General, 168
Capo, Don Antonio, 168
Captures of Fugitives, 29, &c.
Carovè, Dr., Heidelberg, 190
Caste, 153
Chase, Senator, on Colonization, &c., 157
Charleston Mercury, 147
Charleston Courier, 65
Cherokee Indians, 115-16

56 Black Laws, 28, 116
Chihuahua Inyaded, 52
Child, Mrs., Memoir of Hopper, 131
Chinese Peonage, 48
“Christian Examiner,” 37
Children's Anti-slavery Books, 196
Choctaw and Cherokee Laws, 115-16
Church and Ministry Assailed, 125
Churches, Anti-slavery, in Slave States, 128
Church of the Crucifixion, Phil., 153
Church Members, North, Implicated, 87
Church of St. Philip, 90

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Delaware, on Constitution, 24
Congress, 6, 7

Expense of Suits, (pro-slavery,) 10
on Colonization, 157

Watson's Claim, S
66

Frigate, 165
Congressional Liberty-men, 7, 11
Constitution, clause relating to 1808, 3

Rendition clause, 45
vs. Fugitive Slave Bills, 45

its character, 161, 162
Conference (M. E.) Ipswich, Mass., 94
Conant (Va.) Lynch Law, 146
Consolidation-Pro-slavery Views, &c., 45
Congregationalists, 98
Consignacion ou Apprenticeship, 169
Congregational Convention at Albany, 99, 116
Concha, Captain-General, 168
Coolies in West Indies, 108
Cook, Rev. R: S., Letter to, 119
Cooper, Dr., on Labor of Slaves, 138
Cooper, Rose, and Jane Trainer case, 6, 197, &c..
Cornell, W. J., Hon. (Gen. Ass. 70
Cotton Plant in Australia, 185

in Africa, 134
66 in La Plata, 135
Court dispersed by Lynchers, 140
Cox, Dr., in Gen. Ass., 69, 70, 77
“ Crane," H. B. M.'s brig, 167
Crenshaw, Judge, Opinion, 40
Cromby, Dep. Sheriff, 202
Cruelties inflicted on Slaves, 141
Cuffee, Paul, 158
Culver', E. D., Esq., Counsel for Jane Trainer, 199
Curtis, Judge, 30
Cuba, Projected Annexation of, 52

" Slave Trade, 163, 168
" Spanish Treaty with England, 169

06 the Messiah, 90
Circuit Court, Philadelphia, 31
Claussen's Method Superseded, 135
Clay, Henry_" Fat and Sleek,'' 141
Clay, O, M., Free-labor Plantation, 152
Clark, B. C., Haytien Consul, 59
Clapp, Theodore, Rev., 107.
Clarissa, Suit for Freedom, 40
Clergy, when entitled to respect, 126
Clergyman (Northern) turned Planter, 145
"Clyde," steamer, (Brit.) at Charleston, 64
Collier, Frederic, and Rose Cooper, 199, 200
Colonization, 154

in Virginia, 155
in Maryland, 158
Society, Boston, 157
Society, not a Missionary Soc., 159

Society reproved by N. Era, 159
Colored Seamen, debate in Parliament, 63, &c
Colored Persons on Western Hemisphere, 188

protected by Courts, 153-4
Colporteurs, Amer. Anti-slavery Soc., 195

" American Miss. Association, 128
Common Law vs. Slavery, 162
Compromise Measures, re-endorsement, 7
Convention, Cong., Mansfield, 0., 99

Dawes, Judge, in Mass. Convention, 33
Declaration of Independence, 161
Delaware Convention, 24
Delay in Publication, 1, 2
Democratic Nom: Convention, Baltimore, 12

Party-its Policy, 18
16 Internal Dissensions, 21.

of Virginia, 45
Depository, Books, A. S., 194
Deputations of “Friends," 175
Detroit Resolutions " null and yoid,"

illustrated, 145

“ in Gen. Assembly, 71, 72, 77
Dew, Prof., on Virginia Slave-Trade, 140
Dewey, Dr., 107
Dilemma of Slavocracy, 45
Diocese of N. Y. and Caste, 153
Diplomacy Disclosed, by Mr. Fillmore, 52
District of Columbia, Slave Traffic, 60
(

66 66 Auctions, 60
Dismal Swamp, (negroes in) 142
Discipline, Meth. E. Ch., expurgated, in S. C., 95
Dogs, Negro, how trained, 142
Dominica and Hayti, 57
Douglass, Frederick, 193
Downing, George, 193
Drayton and Sayres, Release, 62
Duer, Judge, 198, &c.
Dunn, David, 98
Dunlar, Judge, Atrocious Decision, 62
Dutch Colonies, 172
Dyer's Slave's Escape, 44

East India Cotton, 135
Ecclesiastical and Religious, 66
Eckard, Rev. Mfr., on Barnes' Sermon, 67
Eddy, Chauncey, Rev., in Gen. Ass., 77
Eddy, Dr., in Gen, Ass., 68, 70, 74, 83, 84

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Education in Virginia, 143
Edwards, Bryan, on Slave-labor, 138
Elgin Association, 173
Ellis, Richard, indicted, 39
Emancipados, Negroes, Cuba, 169
Emancipation, Workings of, 170

in view by the South, 152
in West Indies, 170

in Jamaica, 171
Emigrants to West Indies, 167
Enama Trainer, 197
Englishmen in America, 149
England, Duty to Spain, 169
Episcopal Church, 90 ,

Diocese, Pa., 153

16 N. Y., 93
Escapes from Slavery, 29, 43, 44, 144
Espatero, Duke of Victory, 168
Eustice, Judge, La., 35
Evangelical Association, 103
Evening Post's Cal. Corres., 48
Everett's Address, Col. Soc., 158
Executive Committee-its doings, 4
Express, N. Y., on New Territory, 50
Expurgations of Literature, 5, 130

Hist. Presbyterian Church, 69

Discipline Meth. E. Ch. in S. C.,95
Extra Expenses, U. S. Courts, 10

avoids going into a

Slave State, 71
0. S., 1852, 84
" 1853, 85

" Reports to, 85
Gen. Asso. Cong. Ministers, Mass. 98
Georgia Agricultural Society, 150
George H., act, on Slave Trade, 161
German Seventh-Day Baptists, 111
German Baptist Brethren, 114

" paper at Washington, 196
Germantown, U. S. ship, 164
Giddings's Speeches in Congress, 131

to on results of Anti-slavery efforts, 176
Giles, Senator, on Yankees, 148
Gilbert, Dr., 83
Gospel, suppressing Slave-Trade, 167
Goodell's "American Slave Code," 6, 131

16 “Slavery and Anti-slavery," 131
Green, Duft, Gen., on Haiti, 53
Green, U. 3. Agent at Haiti, 59
Green, Rev. J. S., (Miss.,) 125, 190
Grigg, H., Rev., in General Assembly, 83
Gray, Capt., 165
Grayson Co., Va., Riot, 146
Grier, Judge, 31, 33, 39

on Somerset Case, 32
Guazima, (Slave Trade,) 168

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"Facts for the People," 132
Factories at the South, 136
Fee, Rev. John G., 129
Federal Convention, 38
Female Anti-slavery Societies, 195
Fillmore, M., Anti-slavery Speeches, 37

Pardoning Drayton and Sayres, 63
16 Disclosures of Diplomacy, 53
“Finality" in Congress, 7
Flax, Culture and Preparation, 135

66. Claussen's Method, 135

O Manufacturing at Marcellus, N. Y., 135
Fowler, Prof., on Slave-labor, 138
Foreign Societies and Efforts, 165
Forman, Rev. J. G., 190
Free Democracy in the States, 23
Free Democratic Platform, 14

National Convention, 14
other Conventions, 23
Votes, 19

Habeas Corpus in Trainer case, 198, 01
Hale, Senator, 10
Hale, nomination of, at Pittsburgh, 14
Hale, vote for, 19
Hall, Judge, on Bill of 1850, 36
Handy, Rev. J. W. K., in General Assembly, 68
Hancock, Prof., on Slave-labor, 138
| Hatfield, Dr., in General Assembly, 68, 84
Hare, Dr., on Caste, 153
Hastings, S. P. M., Rev., in Gen, Ass, 83
Hamilton, W. T., D.D., on buying Slaves, 85
Haytien Baptist Mission, 122
Haiti, and N. Y. Merchants, 58

6 and Boston Merchants, 59

u treatment of, by U.S., 56° 7
Henry, Patrick, 162
Hegeman, Deputy Sheriff, Trainer's case, 202
Heyrick, Elizabeth, 162
Higher Law, and Church Union, 120
Hosmer's Work, 132
Hicksite Friends, 113
Hildreth and Bancroft compared, 131
Hildreth's "White Slave," 131
History of Presbyterian Church, 69
Homes, Wm., Rev. in Gen. Ass., 31, 68, 84
Howden, Lord, 169
Howard Athenæum, 154
Howard Cotton Factory, Geo., 136
Hopper, Isaac T., Memoir of, 131
Hornblower, Judge, 121
Hosmer, William, new work, 132
Hogan, Emissary to Hayti, 57
Hopkins, Rev. T. M., in Gen. Ass., 78-9
Hoare and Hubbard, 63
Hunter, Senator, Amendment, 10
Hubbard, Elder, in Gen. Ass., 75
Huntsville, Ex-Mayor, testimony, 150
Hunt's Magazine, 148-9
Hyde, Hodge & Co., London, 167
Hunt, Gov., pardoning fugitive, 42, 44

Illinois Legislae state,

Press, 182
Free People of Color, Va., 156
Free Pres. Church, 112
Free-Will Baptists, 98
Free-labor Produce, 134

66 6 Stores, 135
Friends, Society of,“ Orthodox,” 103

66 "" Hicksite," 113
Review on Free-labor, 139
in England, 175

Address to Sovereigns, 175
" New England, Petition, 7
Fox River Cong. Association, 119
Fugitive Slave Bill, Ancient, 37

Abortive, 30
Bad Policy of, 30
its demands, and motion to

repeal, 7
Fugitive Slave Cases, 29, &c.
Fugitives, Escapes, &c., 29
66 from Kentucky, 144

who walked 1,800 miles, 143
Funds, Plan to raise $40,000, 194

Galveston, Texas, arrests, 44
Gannett, E. S., D. D., 107
General Assembly, N. S., 1852, 66

1853, 67
66 Rep. on Slavery, 71

Ross's Substitute, 73
at Buffalo, 67

Illinois Black Law, 27, 39
" Legislaturé, 26

a Slave State, 27
“ [llegality of Slavery," 160-1, &c.
Inaugural Address of President, 20
Indian Mission Churches, 28
Indian Slave Churches, and A.B.C.F.M.,28

160 nent, 20

Indian Missions, Pamphlet on, 5, 116
Indians, Yucatan, at Cuba, 168
Independent, 140
Independent Churches, 112
Infidelity, how increased, 125

66 of Pro-slavery Ministers, 125
Ingersoll, Rev. J. F., in Gen. Ass., 68

os Jos. R., on colored people, 153
Inter-State Slave-Trade, 139
Ipswich Methodist Conference, 94
Invasion of Chihuahua, 52

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Jamaica, its Condition, 171
Jane Trainer case, 197
Jay, William, Letter to Tract Society, 6, 71, 118

66 on A.B.C.F.M ,6

on mutilations, 130

66 "Miscellaneous Writings," 131
Jay, John, resolution, &c., in Epis. Church, 91
Jerry at Syracuse, 35, 37
Jewett, John P., publications, 131
Jefferson on Republican Government, 162

" calls Slaves, Citizens, 162
Journal of Commerce, 34
Judd's History of Presbyterian Church, 69
Judicial Proceedings, &c., 29
Jefferson Market Police, 200
Jessup, General, 8
Jews, their position on Slavery question, 114
Jones, Sandy, Slave case, 40
Jones, Ex-Chief Justice, 90
Johnston, Governor of Penn., 25
Jurisdiction, Judge Duer's want of, 201

Magruder, 0., Hon., Gen. Ass., 70
Manhood of Slave denied, 148
Mansfield, Lord, 161

6 vs. Grier, 32, 35
" (0.,) Convention Cong., 99
Mary Adaline, the Slaver, 166
Maryland, Slave-Trading, 141
Massachusetts A. S. Society, 175

Convention, 1789, 38
colored citizens in Texas, 25

Legislature, 25
Mason, Senator, on Cuba, 54

on Slave Laws, 161

on Colonization, 157
6 favor Amistad claim, 10, 11

Kauffman, Daniel, trial of, 31, 33
Kentucky Abolitionists, 40, €8

Courts, Decisions, 40
Res. on Fugitive Slave Bill, 45

Res. on Constitution, 45
Kentuckian on Sumner's Speech, 149
Kephart on New Mexico, 51
Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 131
Kidnapping in California, 41

in Mobile, 43
in New York, 42

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16 . Sumner, 7
Mason and Bracken Counties, (Ky.,) meeting, 44
Matthew, Geo., Brit. Consul, 64
Matthews, Judge, La., on Slave Laws, 162
May, S. J., Rev., 106
Memorials to Congress, 195
Mental sufferings of Slaves, 142
Mercer, C.F., (Va.,) on Colonization, 155
Messilla Valley invaded, 52
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 95

" 'Norih, 93
Mexico, Invasion of, 52
Mills, C. F., Rev., in General Assembly, 76
Milligan, T. Rev., Ind., in Gen. Ass., 71, 79
Miller, Rachel, 31
Miller, Senator, on colored people, 155-6

on Colonization, 155
Miller, Joseph C., murder of, 31
Miscellaneous Writings of Judge Jay, 131.
Missionaries in Slave States, 129

66 Anti-slavery, 129
Missouri Courts, new Decision, 39
Monteith, J., Rev., in General Assembly, 71, 75
Montgomery (Ala.,) Times, 151
Montgomery, Mr., in General Assembly, 85
Monthly Paper, 195
Morning Chronicl", London, 169
Morris, Mr., Rev., 91
Murray, Judge, 41
Mutilations of Literature, 130

&c., in general, 29, 30, 31
Kirk, Rev. Mr., (Episcopal,) 153

Ladinos, Negroes in Cuba, 169
Ladies' Association, Canada, 173
Lady Suffolk, Slaver, 165
Lane, Gov., New Mexico, 52
Latrobe, J. H., 155, 160
Learned Blacksmith, colored,
Lear, of Mo., arrested, 36
Leavitt Premium Tract, 127
Lemmon, Freeman, 33-4
Lemmon, Jonathan, 33
Leoni, (Mich..) College, 112
Liberia, founders, and name, 155

66 Independerice, 60
Licentiousness in Slave States, 150-1
Little, J., in General Assembly, 83
London Times, 149
Lorain Argus on Africans, 159
Lord, Dr., Moderator General Assembly, 84
Louisiana, law, like Paine's Decision, 35

" and colored Seamen, 65
Louisa, kidnapped, California, 41
Lynch, Commander, U. S. N., Coast Africa, 155
Lynch, Mr., Clerk Court, 201
Lynch law, 145

National Era, writer, “W.," 46

6 on Col. Society, 159
66 66 on Expurgations, 96
Nebraska Territory, 50
Negro not a man, 148
Negro School broken up, 143
Newlin, Rev. E. J., in General Assembly, 75
New Mexico opposed to Slavery, 51

56 56 project for division, 51
New Granada, 172
New matter introduced-why, 3
New-Orleans Editor and Judge Paine's opinion

34
New-York nine months' Law, 35

66 Jurisprudence, 33-4

66 Observer, its influence, 125
16 16

o reproved by South, 150
66 66 Yearly Meeting, Friends, 103
6 Tribune and N. Y. Observer, 126

Tribune, remarks of, 152
" Journal of Commerce, 34

" Diocese, 153
Newhouse, Benjamin F., and Rose Cooper, 199
New-York Legislature, 26
New-Jerusalem Church, 104
New Territories, doubtful prospects, 50
Niles, Rev. E. H., in Gen. Ass., 69
Niles, Rev. W. A., in Gen. Ass., 70
Nicholas, Capt., U. S. Navy, 164
North Carolina Convention, 38
6 Non-Fellowship with Slave-holders," 129

u with pro-slavery Societies, 127
Non-Slaveholder, new series, 127
Northur, Solomon, his bondage, 42, 43, 131
Northup, H. B., Esq., 42, 43, 131

McAllister, R., (U. S. Com.,) 31
McDougall, Gov. Cal., 48
McGuire's Auction Sale, 61
McLeod, Alexander, Dr., 101
McLeod, J. N., Rev., 101
McKinney, J., Rev., 101
McLain, R., Rev., Gen. Ass., 70, 76-7
McLean, Judge, vs. Illinois bill, 39

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