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Lydia Maria Child, Letters of Lydia Maria Child (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier, Wendell Phillips, Harriet Winslow Sewall), Reply of Mrs. Child. (search)
and shut out the light from your own white population, prove how little reliance you have on the strength of your cause. In this enlightened age, all despotisms ought to come to an end by the agency of moral and rational means. But if they resist such agencies, it is in the order of Providence that they must come to an end by violence. History is full of such lessons. Would that the veil of prejudice could be removed from your eyes. If you would candidly examine the statements of Governor Hincks of the British West Indies, and of the Rev. Mr. Bleby, long time a missionary in those islands, both before and after emancipation, you could not fail to be convinced that Cash is a more powerful incentive to labor than the Lash, and far safer also. One fact in relation to those islands is very significant. While the working people were slaves, it was always necessary to order out the military during the Christmas holidays; but, since emancipation, not a soldier is to be seen. A hund
Lydia Maria Child, Letters of Lydia Maria Child (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier, Wendell Phillips, Harriet Winslow Sewall), Index. (search)
y against slavery, 130. Grimke, Sarah M., her testimony against slavery, 129. H. Hampton Institute and General Armstrong, 241. Hedrick. Professor, expelled from North Carolina, 108. Henry the Eighth and the Protestant reformation, 187. Heyrick, Elizabeth, promulgates the doctrine of Immediate Emancipation, 23. Higginson, T. W., his biographical account of Mrs. Child, VI., XIII.; sermon to the people of Lawrence, Kans., 84; speech at an anti-slavery meeting, 149. Hincks, Governor, of the West Indies, 134. History of women, VII. Hoar, Samuel, expelled from South Carolina, 108. Hobomok, Mrs. Child's first story, VII. Hopper, Isaac T., 43; Mrs. Child's Life of, XIII. Hosmer, Harriet, 68. Hovey, Charles F., 82. I. Indians, treatment of the, 218-220. J. Jack, Captain, the Modoc chief, 220. Jackson, General, Andrew, and the Seminole War, 219. Jackson, Francis, 260. Jay, John, 188. Jefferson, Thomas, testimony of against slavery, 133