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" Noirs. But something ought to be done. Means, sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the south, and will still more press upon her the longer it is put off. "
Speech of Mr. Slade: Of Vermont, on the Subject of the Abolition of Slavery ... - Page 10
by William Slade - 1836 - 11 pages
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Society in America, Volume 1

Harriet Martineau - Estados Unidos - Condiciones economicas - 1837 - 295 pages
...to be done. Means, sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the south, and...hope that the committee or the legislature will do anything, at the present session, to meet this question, yet we say now, in the utmost sincerity of...
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The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet it

Hinton Rowan Helper - Slavery - 1857 - 420 pages
...wise men ? Means, sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted, for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the South, and...more press upon her, the longer it is put off. We say now, in the utmost sincerity of our hearts, that our wisest men cannot give too much of their attention...
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The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet it

Hinton Rowan Helper - Slavery - 1857 - 420 pages
...wise men ? Means, sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted, for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the South, and...more press upon her, the longer it is put off. We say now, in the utmost sincerity of our hearts, that our wisest men cannot give too much of their attention...
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The Sectional Struggle: An Account of the Troubles Between the North and the ...

Cicero Willis Harris - Sectionalism (United States) - 1902 - 343 pages
...dimensions? . . . Means sure, but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the South, and...still more press upon her the longer it is put off." l Some of the leading advocates of emancipation were Messrs. Moore, Thomas J. Randolph, Charles J....
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A Political History of Slavery: Being an Account of the Slavery ..., Volume 1

William Henry Smith - Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) - 1903
...to be done. Means sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted, for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the South, and...still more press upon her, the longer it is put off." 1 " But the worst of all these abominations is the modern system of free schools, because the cause...
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The Negro and the Nation: A History of American Slavery and Enfranchisement

George Spring Merriam - African Americans - 1906 - 436 pages
...7, 1832 : " Means, sure but gradual, systematic but discreet, ought to be adopted for reducing the mass of evil which is pressing upon the South, and...still more press upon her the longer it is put off. We say, now, in the utmost sincerity of our hearts, that our wisest men cannot give too much of their...
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Race and Liberty in the New Nation: Emancipation in Virginia from the ...

Eva Sheppard Wolf - History - 2006 - 284 pages
...editors even advocated some "gradual, systematic" plan for reducing, if not necessarily eliminating, "the mass of evil, which is pressing upon the South, and...will still more press upon her, the longer it is put off."21 With slavery and emancipation becoming increasingly salient public issues, with the select...
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