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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 7. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), The conflict with slavery (search)
nable rights of His children. It will be seen that the society approves of these laws. But why talk of amelioration? Amelioration of what of sin, of crime unutterable, of a system of wrong and outrage horrible in the eye of God! Why seek to mark the line of a selfish policy, a carnal expediency between the criminality of hell and that repentance and its fruits enjoined of heaven For the principles and views of the society we must look to its own statements and admissions; to its Annual Reports; to those of its auxiliaries; to the speeches and writings of its advocates; and to its organ, the African Repository. 1. It excuses slavery and apologizes for slaveholders. Proof. Slavery is an evil entailed upon the present generation of slave-holders, which they must suffer, whether they will or not African Repository, vol. v. p. 179. The existence of slavery among us, though not at all to be objected to our Southern brethren as a fault, etc. Second Annual Report of New York