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" To deprave and degrade its subjects, by removing from them the strongest natural checks to human corruption. 2. It dooms thousands of human beings to hopeless ignorance. 3. It deprives its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel. "
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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THE CHRISTIAN'S PENNY MAGAZINE

the christians - 1836
...3. The deprivation of personal security is the remaining constituent of our system of slavery." I ts effects are said to be ; " 1. To deprave and degrade...the strongest natural checks to human corruption. ¿ It dooms thousands of human beings to hopeless ignorance. 3. It deprives its subjects, in a great...
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The African Repository, Volume 12

African Americans - 1836
...the remaining constituent of our system oí slavery." Its effects are said to be: " 1. To deprave am! degrade its subjects, by removing from them the strongest...corruption/ 2. It dooms thousands of human beings to hopelesa ignorance. 3. J t deprives its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel....
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Collection of Writings on the Slavery Question

Slavery - 1838
...forming a proper estimate of its character. . 1. Its most striking effect is, to deprave and degrade Us subjects by removing from them the strongest natural checks to human corruption. As there are certain laws impressed upon the elements, by which God works to preserve the beauty and...
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Slavery in America: With Notices of the Present State of ..., Issues 1-14

Slavery - 1837 - 320 pages
...must also be considered in forming a proper estimate of its character. 1. Its most striking effect is, to deprave and degrade its subjects by removing from...the strongest natural checks to human corruption. 2. ft dooms thousands of human beings to hopeless ignorance. Throughout our whole land, so far as we can...
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"Liberty": The Image and Superscription on Every Coin Issued by the United ...

Julius Rubens Ames - Antislavery movements - 1837 - 231 pages
...system be aided or even tolerated without deep criminality ? DEPRIVED OF THE GOSPEL. " 3. It deprirts its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel. The privileges of the gospel, as enjoyed by the white population in this land, consist in free access...
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Slavery and the Internal Slave Trade in the United States of North America ...

British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society - Slave-trade - 1841 - 284 pages
...Presbyterian Synod of that state, contained in their address, from which extracts have been already made. "It deprives its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel. You may be startled at this statement, and feel disposed to exclaim, ' our slaves are always permitted...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 3

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1845
...say of slavery — (we copy their words and italics exactly) — " 1 . /is moat striking effect is, to deprave and degrade its subjects by removing from...the strongest natural checks to human corruption." "The wisdom and goodness of God are seen in implanting in man a senee of character, a desire for property,...
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, Volume 12

Theology - 1855
...existed among themselves, prove at great length the following positions : 1. Its most striking effect is first risings of sin, and to repress them ; to counteract...unquestioning, and cheerful obedience to the will 5. It produces general licentiousness among the slaves. 6. This system demoralizes the whites as well...
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The American Slave Code in Theory and Practice: Its Distinctive Features ...

William Goodell - Antislavery movements - 1853 - 431 pages
...of Southern testimony on this subject. The Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky, in 1834, said : " Slavery deprives its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel." " The law, as it is here, does not prevent free access to the Scriptures ; but ignorance, the natural...
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Five Hundred Thousand Strokes for Freedom: A Series of Anti-slavery Tracts ...

Electronic books - 1853 - 352 pages
...souls of men, animate the Christian ministers of our land?" — Bishop Meade, of Virginia. " Slavery deprives its subjects, in a great measure, of the privileges of the gospel." — " It is evident that, as a body, our slaves do not enjoy the public ordinances of religion. Domestic...
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