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Chapter 12: Christian Fellowship candid conversation with a slaveholder Clay-eaters a true Unionist secret Organizations in the South Washington and Randolph on slavery Aunt Katy religion and republicanism proslavery Inexcusable in the North a distinguished Abolitionist. As the words of inspiration came to my ears, I, too, sank on my knees, and poured forth my soul at the mercy-seat. I must have spoken rather loudly, for the next morning, this identical slave woman, wof slavery, which neither Maryland nor Virginia has at present; but there is nothing more certain than that they must have, and at a period not remote. The sheriffs statement regarding the liberation of his slaves, was the same as that of John Randolph, Governor of Virginia. The latter said: The deplorable error, of our ancestors in copying a civil institution from savage Africa, has affixed to their posterity, a depressing burden, which nothing but the extraordinary benefits confe