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Northern subserviency, 149

Protest of Free People of Color, 158
Disgust, 22

Pro-slavery Publications, 134
N. W. Home viss. Asso., 122

Proscription in the Senate, U.S., 10
Northern Serviles reproved at the South, 151 Publications, Pro-slavery, 131

Anti-slavery, 131
Observer, N. Y. and N. Y. Tribune, 126

by J. P. Jewett & Co., 131
rebuked at South, 150

Buell & Blanchard, 131
66 and Courier & Enquirer, 126

Pulaski House and Slaves, 145
on “Fanaticism," 150
on “Reverence,'' 136

Quasi Slave-Trade, 167
" makes Infidels, 126

Quinebaug Convention, Universalists, 110
Officers of the A. and F. Anti-Slavery Soc 191
Oliver, Shadrack S., 31

Rankin, John, Rev., 112
Old School Presbyterian Chu

Rantoul, R., Jun., Speech, 38
Oliver vs. Kauffman, 31

Randolph, John, on Colonization, 155
Onderdonk, Bishop, 153

Raymond, William, Missionary, 167
Oswego Pres. and General Assembly, 69

Rand's, Asa, new work, 131
Orser, Sheriff, in Trainer Case, 202

Rare chance for capitalists, 145
Outline of effort, 178, 193

Ravenna Convention, 127
Oxford, Bishop of, 92

Reed, Enoch, trial, 35
Paine, Judge, decision in Lemmon Case, 34

Refugees' Home Society, 174

Reformed Pres. Church in North America, 101
Paine, Judge, subscription for Slave-holders, 33
Parker, Elizabeth, kidnapped, 30

Religious Newspapers, (Anti-slavery,) 133

* Anti-slavery convention, Vt., 128
Parker, Ritchel,
Parker, Theodore, 106

66 and Ecclesiastical, 66
Parkman, Francis, D.D., 107

Remond, Miss, contends for rights, 154
Parliament, Debates, colored Seamen, 65

Resolutions in N. S. General Assembly, 180
Pamphlets, Anti-slavery, 5, 6, 196

Rescuers of Fugitives, &c., 29, &c.
Parent's rights of, 205-7

Richmond Examiner's Theory, 147
Pennington, J. W.C., D.D., 153, 190, 203

Ridgeley, slave-catcher, 31
Pennsylvania Legislature. 25

Richardson on Jamaica, 171

Roberts, President of Liberia, 167
Pendleton, Mrs., Slaves, 44
Peonage, Chinese, 48

Roberts, Reuben, Impri·onment, 64
Perkins, Carter, Slave Case, 40

Rochester Ladies' Sewing Society, 175
Perkins, Robert, 66 66 40

Rollo, E. M., in General Assembly, 69
Perkins; C. S., claims Slaves, 40

Rose Cooper, Trainer Case, 6

Ross, Dr., in' Gen. Ass., N. S., 69, 74, 79, 82
Peterson, Barbara, 60

ob' 66' Burlesque Amendments, 73
Peterson, Henry, 60
Pernie, Don Jose, Slave Trade, 163-4

Rowland, Rev. H. H., in Gen. Ass., 83
Penn. Convention, 1789, 38

Russell, Justice, righteous decision, 154
Pereira, Manuel, in S. C., 64

Rynder:, Isaiah, Capt., 200
Peters, Dr., in Albany Convention,
Petitions to Congress, 177

“Sabbath Scene," by Whittier, 131
Phillips, James, trial of, 31

Salmon, W. L., acquitted, 36
Pitt, William, 161

Sandwich Island Annexation, 56
Pierce, Franklin, course in Congress, 18

Saturday Visitor on Slave Labor, 137
Nomination, 12

Schenck, Minister to Brazil, 165
Confessions in N. H., 20

Scoble, John, 174
Election of, 17

Scott and Graham nominated, 13
.
Inaugural, 20

Scott's Defeat, 17
- Picture Book," Anti-slavery, 131

Scott, Dredd, l'eënslaved, 39
Pierpont, Rev. John, 106

Schmidt, Frederick, 196, 208
Pittsburgh Convention, Free Dem., 13

Sharp, Granville, his Policy, 36
Pust, on Howard Factory, 136

Schedrick, preacher, 144
Platforms, reflections on, 13, 17

Seamen, Colored, in Southern Ports, 63
Free Democracy, 14

Sea Island Cotton, 135
Democratic, 12

Senate, U. S., 7-11
Whig, 13

Seward, Gov., 35
Pratt, Senator, un Colonization, 157

«

ention, 99, 100

Sandwich Islacitur on Slavil, 165

16

Resolution about Brazil, 165
Praya, Port of, 164

Sewall, S. E., Bill Mass. Legislature, 25
Pres. Ġen. Ass., Old School, 84

Seventh-Day Baptists, 97
New School, at Buffalo, 84

66 666 German, 111
16 16 16 16 16' resolution at Phil. | Shields, Senator, for Sumner, 7

adelphia, 1853, on “Freedom of Thought," 85 Shumway, Rev. Mr., in Gen. Ass., 78, 81
Pres. Church, “Associate," 87

Sheppard, Judge, 42
66 6 Reformed," 101

Shooting Negroes, 142
Denomination, 66

Sing Sing Convict Pardoned, 44
Prospects of, 36-7

" " the Slave's refuge, 44
General Assembly, N. S., 66, 86-7

Simmons' Letter to Sumner, 93
66 66
" O.S., 84

“ Sic Semper Tyrannis," 146
" Synod, S. C. and Geo., 73, 85

Slavery, extending itself, 47-8
66 « Kentucky Address, 73

Slave Auctions, 139-40
Presidential Election, 12:

“Slavery and the Church," by Hosmer, 131
bo Cuntest, issue, 17

Slave-Trade, illegal, 161
Potter, Bishop, vs, Caste, 92, 153

Slave-trader at New York, 163-4
Political Agitati' n, 6

“Slavery as it is," by Weld, 141
Pollock, Dr., on Barnes's Sermon, 66

Slavery and the Slave Trade, coëxistent, 162
Police Court, Boston, and Caste, 154

Slave Trade, inter-State, 139
Port Praya, 164

at Brazil, 166-8
Porter, Rose, alins Cooper, 198

not extinct, 162
Prime, S. Irenæus, Rev., 120

at Cuba, 163
Prichard, Dr., on Slave Labor, 138

African, 162

66

Slave Trade, a new plan, 168
Slave Labor unprofitable, 137

16. whipping, in N. Y. City, 203
6 Code, "American," 6, 131, 143

“ Catcher caught, (Rand,) 131
Slavery in Dutch Colonies, 172

" a positive good, 148

"; and Anti-slavery, by Goodell, 131
Slave-holders' Meeting in Kentucky, 44
Spain, her Treaty with England, 169
Spanish Minister, claim, 11
Smith, Edward's, Inquiry, &c., 131
Smith, Rev. J. C., in General Assembly, 75
Smith's, Gerrit, argument, 36
Smith, William, Trial of, 31
Somerset Case, 161
Southern Agricultural Congress, 150

ingratitude, 21
testimony, 45
dissensions, 45
views and feelings, 146
Free Press and N. Y. Observer, 150

Anti-Slavery, 40
South Carolina and England, 63-4
Spees, Rev. S. G., in Gen. Ass., 69, 78, 81
Stampede in Kentucky, 144
Stevenson, Minister to England, 140-1
State Legislation, 24
Steele, Joshua, Wages to Slaves, 138
Stewart, Justice, Police Court, 200
State Rights vs. Fugitive Slave Bill
Stiles, Rev. Jos., in G. A., N. S.
Stowe, Mrs., “Two Altars," 131

and “ Slavery as it is," 141

honored abroad, 175
Stowe, Professor, on Chinese laborers, 136

on Cotton, 135
Story, Judge, on Act of 1793, 38
Strong, Hon. William, in G. A., 79,93
Sturgis, Judge, Buying Slaves, 61
Sugar, Supplies of, 135
Sumner, Senator, Speech, 7,8

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mner, soplies of, ins Slate A., 79, 93

Tracts, Reform, 127

o Anti-slavery, 196
Tract, on Conversion of the World, 124
Tracy, Senator, and Gov. Giles, 143
Treat, Sec. Am. Board, 114, 116
Trials, pro-Slavery, 29, &c.
Tribune, N. Y., on Increase of Infidelity, 126

6 rebuke of N. Y. Observer, 126
16 66 on Gen. Ass., 77
“Two Altars," by Mrs. Stowe, 131
Tyler, Mrs., Condemned in Va., 151

Uncle Tom's Cabin, 6, 131
Union Chr. Conventions, 127
“Union" (Washn.) fayor Cuban Annexation, 55
Unprofitableness of Slave-labor, 137
Unitarians, 105
Unitarian Association, 107
Unitarian A. S. Ministers, 106-7
United Brethren in Christ, 89
Universalists, 108
Utah Ter., Prospects of, 51
Utrecht, Letter from, 172

Resolution, 7
Amendment, 8
Argument on D. of C., 177
"White Slavery," 131

Letter to, 93
Supplying Slaves with Bibles, 128
Surrendering Fugitive Slaves, 29, &c.
Supreme and District Courts' extra expenses, 10
Swedenborgians, 104
Success of Anti-slavery efforts, 175
Synod of S. C. and Geo., 73

16 Kentucky, 73
Syracuse Trials, 35

o Change of Sentiment, 37
Swisshelm, Mrs., on Slave labor, 137
Tappan, Lewis, 5, 100, 90, &c.
Tappan, Arthur, 190
Taylor, G. W., Free Goods Store, 135
Tefft, J. C., on Slave Trade, 167
Telegram, from Cincinnati, 198
Tennessee, from a Slaveholder, 150
Texas, Scheme to divide it, 50

Violations of law, 44
Thacher, Moses, Rev., at Gen. Ass., 75
Thomas, Dr., at Sing-Sing, 44
Thompson, Dr., at Gen. Ass., 82, 84, 76, 79
Thompson, George, on Slave-Trad
Thomson, Dr. Andrew, 162
Thornwell, J. H., Dr., Defense of Slavery, 147
Tod, Miuister to Brazil, 165
Torry. William, Rev., in Gen. Ass., 82
Towne, Ezra, Free Goods Store, 135
Trainer, Jane, Case, 6, 197

66 Charles, 197
10. Emma, 197

66 Jane, 177
Tract Society, American, 118

Reform, 127

Valdez, Captain-General, 168
Van Raders, Baron, 173
Vermont Religious Convention, 128

Convention, Universalists, 110
Vigilance Committee, 195
Virginia Slave-Trade, 140

Whig Doctrine, 45
6 Legislature on Colonization, 29

Convention, of 1789, 38
66 Education, 143
Voluntary Religious Societies, 114
"W." in National Era, 46
Wade, Senator, and Compatriots, 8
Wainwright, Dr., 172
Walker, J. R., Rev., Sermon, 122
“Want of Jurisdiction," (Judge Duer's,) 201
Ward, S. R., Rev., in London, 173
Washington Territory, 50
“Washington Union," 54
Washington City, Slavery in, 60-2
Washington, had he lived till now, 146
Watson, J. C., Claim on Congress, 8 ****
Webster, Daniel, 14

61 his fate, 21

his threat at Syracuse, 37

support of Bill of 1850, 88
66

to Walsh, at Hayti, 59

on Colonization, 155
Wells, Judge, 41
Wesleyan Methodist Connection, 111..
Wheaton (Ill.) College, 112
Whig Party, its condition, 17

to Editors in Va., 45
Whipping a Slave in New York City, 203
"White Slave," by Hildreth, 131
“White Slavery in Barbary," by Sumner, 131
White, G. S.. Rev., in Gen. Ass., 83
Whittier, J. G., on the Anti-slavery Cause, 178

66 on Mutual Toleration, 175

66 Sabbath Scene, 131
Wilson, Judge, in Pa. Convention (17
Willis', Dr., Visit to England, 171
Williams, Rev. Peter, and Caste, 153
Williams, Samuel, Rev., (Trial) 30
Williams, Beverly, 159
Wiltberger, adv. in Boston Courier, 144
Withers, Judge, (S. C.,) 64
Wise, Henry A., (Va.,) on Newspapers, 143
Walcott, on Jamaica, 172
Workings of Emancipation, 170
Wright, Elizur, acquittal, 30
Wylie, ś. B., Rev., 101

Yankees at the South, 143
“Yeoman," in New York Times, 142
Yucatan, Slave-trade, 168

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