Lecture I. Introductory remarks on the subject of African slavery in the United States.
General subjency which certain popular errors on the subject of African slavery have acquired, and the extent to which theytical union.
A secret suspicion of the morality of African slavery in the South, occupies the minds of many ofs republic in which climate and soil are adapted to African labor — that precisely there the institution of domf the public mind in this country on the subject of African slavery, and it find no efficient remedy, we can sect doctrine of Mr. Jefferson, that the principle of African slavery is, per se, sinful, and that, as such, the led to abolish or even to modify the institution of African slavery, does it not afford a strong and clear presess ourselves to any modifications in the system of African slavery which may be demanded to adapt it to the prtruth which we may assume to underlie the system of African slavery.
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