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Will you see to it that they never ascend your pulpits?
If you will, then the slave will bless you, and thanks from the American abolitionists will come over in thunder tones for your decision, and you will give a blow to slavery from which it will not recover.
We ask another thing of you. Send us no more delegates to the States, or, if you do, let there be no divinity about them.
Nothing but common humanity can stand in the United States.
(Cheers.) Send us no more Baptist clerical delegates, or Methodist, or Presbyterian, or Quaker clerical delegates.
They have all played into the hands of slavery against the abolitionists.
(Cheers.) From Dr. C——down to the last delegation, they
Rev. F. A. Cox; ante, 1.480. have all done an evil work, and have strengthened slavery against us. Like the priest and the Levite, they have passed us by and gone on the other side.
They found the cause of abolitionism unpopular.
The mass of society were pro-slavery, so they wen