trials in the prosecution of this matter.
Condemned by the world, censured by some of thy friends, and discouraged by the weak, thou hast had much to bear.
But thou hast been able to foil thy enemies, and to pass through the flames without the smell of fire on thy garments.
Thy christian firmness is an example to us all. It reminds one of those ancient Quakers, who, knowing themselves in the right, suffered wrongs rather than compromise their principles.
For the sake of mankind, I am sorry there are not more such characters among us. They would do more to exalt our principles, than a host of the professors of the present day.’
A year or two later, another incident occurred, which excited similar exultation among New-York
editors, that a human being had been so wise as to prefer slavery to freedom; and there was about as much cause for such exultation as there had been in the case of Thomas Hughes
went to New-York
to visit a relative by the name of Morgan
She brought a slave to attend upon her, and took great care to prevent her becoming acquainted with the colored people.
I don't know how city editors would account for this extreme caution, consistently with their ideas of the blessedness of slavery.
They might argue that there was danger free colored people would be so attracted by her charming pictures