rt of the Government's right to demand from the whole human race respect to the municipal law of Southern slavery—to use Channing's words in review of Webster, in his pamphlet on the Duty of the Free States (Lib. 12: 55, 57, 61, 65, 105). In the Senom sustaining slavery, as well as from requiring the people of the several States to sustain it.
Compare Channing's proposed modifying of the Constitution so as to release the free States from all action on slavery, and dissolving whoas will be the termination of the American Union, and therefore the South will have more to lose than to gain by it.
Dr. Channing, in a sequel to his pamphlet on the
Lib. 12.95. Duty of the Free States, was ready to make slavery extension (though h in which James Garrison passed away was marked by two other deaths of much greater consequence.
On Sunday, October 2, Channing breathed his last at
Lib. 12.159. Bennington, Vt.,
In the present Walloomsac House. close beside the printing-office