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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe, Chapter 6: removal to Brunswick, 1850-1852. (search)
slavery forever. No stronger utterances against this national sin are to be found anywhere than in the letters and published writings of Jefferson, Washington, Hamilton, and Patrick Henry. Jefferson encountered difficulties greater than he could overcome, and after vain wrestlings the words that broke from him, I tremble fa general emancipation grew more and more dim . . . he did all that he could by bequeathing freedom to his own slaves. Bancroft's funeral oration on Lincoln. Hamilton was one of the founders of the Manumission Society, the object of which was the abolition of slaves in the State of New York. Patrick Henry, speaking of slaveryrinciples of the gospel applied to the burning question of negro slavery. It sets forth those principles of the Declaration of Independence that made Jefferson, Hamilton, Washington, and Patrick Henry anti-slavery men; not in the language of the philosopher, but in a series of pictures. Mrs. Stowe spoke to the understanding and
of Litchfield home, 35; on school life in Hartford, 41. Granville, Lord, 233. Gray's Elegy, visit to scene of, 236. Guiccioli, Countess, Recollections of Lord Byron, 446. H. Hall, Judge, James, 68, 69. Hallam, Arthur Henry, 235. Hamilton and Manumission Society, 141. Harper & Brothers reprint Guiccioli's Recollections of Byron, 446. Hartford, H. B. S. goes to school at, 21; the Stowes make their home at, 373. Harvey, a phantom, 430. Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 353; letter Skinner, Dr., 57. Slave, aiding a fugitive, 93. Slave-holding States on English address, 378; intensity of conflict in, 379. Slavery, H. B. S.'s first notice of, 71; anti-slavery agitation, 81; deathknell of, 141; Jefferson, Washington, Hamilton, and Patrick Henry on, 141; growth of, 142; resume of its history, 143; responsibility of church for, 151; Lord Carlisle's opinion on, 164; moral effect of, 165; sacrilege of, 193; its past and future, 194; its injustice, 255; its death-blow; 37