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1 June 3. ‘Look at the consequences of emancipation in some of the Eastern States of America, where slavery had been abolished for some time. In these the price of labor was high; the emancipated slaves had every encouragement to labor; no prejudices existed against them as in other parts of the United States; wages were kept high; yet in these very States, such was the degradation and misery to which the emancipated slaves were introduced that philanthropy had no other remedy for the evil but sending them to a colony on the coast of Africa’ (Hansard's Parl. Debates, 18.339-357).
3 In a debate at Scarborough, Cresson ‘denied Mr. Garrison's competency as a witness, referring to some judicial proceedings against him’ in America, ‘and to his falsifications of the African Repository’ (Repository, July, 1833; Lib. 3.127).
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