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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 7. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), The conflict with slavery (search)
e followed in the present. An intense and powerful feeling is working in the mighty heart of England; it is speaking through the lips of Brougham and Buxton and O'Connell, and demanding justice in the name of humanity and according to the righteous law of God. The immediate emancipation of eight hundred thousand slaves is demande you profane the temple of national freedom, the sacred fane of republican rites, with the presence and the sufferings of human beings in chains and slavery! Daniel O'Connell. 4. Because it subjects one portion of our American brethren to the unrestrained violence and unholy passions of another. Here, gentlemen, I might sual efforts of their author. Their sarcasm is Junius-like,—--cold, keen, unsparing. In boldness, directness, and eloquent appeal, they will bear comparison with O'Connell's celebrated Letters to the Reformers of Great Britain. They are the offspring of an intellect unshorn of its primal strength, and combining the ardor of youth w
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 7. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Index of titles of prose writings (search)
y, VII. 229. Journal, John Woolman's, VII. 315. Justice and Expediency, VII. 9. Leggett, William, VI. 184. Lesson and our Duty, The, VII. 148. Lighting Up, The, v. 376. Little Iron Soldier, The, v. 251. Longfellow, VI. 311. Lord Ashley and the Thieves, VII. 221. Magicians and Witch Folk, v. 399. Margaret Smith's Journal, v. 9. Marvell, Andrew, VI. 87. Mirth and Medicine, VII. 374. My Summer with Dr. Singletary, v. 197. Nayler, James, VI. 69. O'Connell, Daniel, VI. 321. Old Newbury, VI. 312. Old Portraits and Modern Sketches, VI. 9. Old Way, The, VII. 360. Opium Eater, The, v. 278. Our Dumb Relations, VII. 242. Passaconaway, v. 258. Patucket Falls, v. 360. Peculiar Institutions of Massachusetts, VII. 209. Pilgrims of Plymouth, The, VI. 431. Placido, the Slave Poet, VI. 261. Poetry of the North, The, VII. 396. Pope Night, VI. 389. Presidential Election of 1872, The, VII. 161. Proselytes, The, v. 305.