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ANTI-SLAVERY MAGAZINE.

VOLUME II

Edited by
ELIZUR WRIGHT, JR.

NEW-YORK:
PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY,

No. 143 Nassau Street.

M.DCCC.XXXVII.

PUBLIC LIBRARY 202109

ASTOR, LENOX IND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS.

R 19nn.

NEW-YORK:

WILLIAM S. DORR, PRINTER,

No. 123 Fulton Street.

CONTENTS.

Blindness of the South in attempting to drive the North, 9.

I. ON THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES, By Charles Stuart .... 11

American prejudice compared with Hindoo and African, 11.-Colored people

are mostly native Americans, 12.-Power of facts to dispel prejudice-Slaves

grossly misrepresented, as to native intellect, &c., 13.-Moral character of the

slaves, 14.-Character of the free colored, 15.—Degradation-and the cause of

it 14.-Conduct of colored people in Philadelphia during the yellow fever of

1793, 18.–Certificate of Matthew Clarkson—Testimony of General Jackson, 19.

Colored people in Philadelphia in 1830,—Testimony of a Committee of the Senate

of Pennsylvania, 20.—Their benevolent Institutions—those of New-York, 21.-

P.S. "Abstinence from the products of slave labor," 22.

II. AMERICAN SLAVERY OS. HUMAN LIBERTY, By a Kentuckian........... 22

Slavery worse in itself than political despotism, 22.–Slavery grows worse
from its contrast with liberty-tramples on all rights-political despotism re-
cognizes some, 23.- Political despotism professes the good of the subject--Slavery

avows the good of the master as the only end-one tyranı is less oppressive than

a multitude, 25.-Human liberty has more to fear from American slavery than

from any other for:n of despotism, 26.—Slavery will destroy our free institu-

tions, 29.—More dangerous because not saspected, 31.-Encourages hypocrisy,

32.-Smothers discussion, 33.—Demoralizes by its falsehoods, 34.-Tends to re-

concile the nation to horrible deformities, 36.-Steps already taken towards

ruin, 38.

III. THE CHURCH CARRIED ALONG; OR THE OPINIONS OF A D.D. on SLAVERY,

By Rev. Beriah Green.

41

Rev. John H. Rice D.D. and the Christian Spectator, 41.-Dr. Rice thinks

slavery the greatest evil except whiskey, but opposed to any movement of the

Church, 42.—He makes slavery dependant on the public will, 44.-His objection

to "combination" considered, 45.-Calculation of consequences, 46.—Poor results

of such calculation, 47.-Unmanageableness of "religious ferling," 48.- Associa-

tions of Connectictut and Massachusetts, 49.—Abolitionists prize the "religious

feeling,” 50.--Excitement, 50, 51.—Church meddling with temporal affairs, 51.-

What sort of a prayer Dr. Rice would approve, 53.-How the Church is carried

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