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Macon (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Remarkable fact. --The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph says: "Rev. Mr. Warren, of the Baptist Church in this city, in his sermon last Sunday, stated that a negro preacher in Georgia, one who had been trained by his master to assist him in his law office, had written a work in defence of African slavery, which was now in course of publication in Atlanta."
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Remarkable fact. --The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph says: "Rev. Mr. Warren, of the Baptist Church in this city, in his sermon last Sunday, stated that a negro preacher in Georgia, one who had been trained by his master to assist him in his law office, had written a work in defence of African slavery, which was now in course of publication in Atlanta."
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Remarkable fact. --The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph says: "Rev. Mr. Warren, of the Baptist Church in this city, in his sermon last Sunday, stated that a negro preacher in Georgia, one who had been trained by his master to assist him in his law office, had written a work in defence of African slavery, which was now in course of publication in Atlanta."
Remarkable fact. --The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph says: "Rev. Mr. Warren, of the Baptist Church in this city, in his sermon last Sunday, stated that a negro preacher in Georgia, one who had been trained by his master to assist him in his law office, had written a work in defence of African slavery, which was now in course of publication in Atlanta."