ly explained, comes to this: that the inhabitant of Georgia or South Carolina, who goes to the coast of Africa,nce.
All this would be vain, if South Carolina and Georgia be at liberty to import.
The Western people are alaves, if they can be got through South Carolina and Georgia.
Slavery discourages the arts and manufactures.
Ted, the African Slave-Trade; but South Carolina and Georgia were present, by their delegates, to admonish, and, consent of their constituents.
South Carolina and Georgia can not do without slaves. * * He contended that th
Mr. Baldwin has similar conceptions in the case of Georgia.
Mr. Wilson (of Pennsylvania) observed, that, if South Carolina and Georgia were thus disposed to get rid of the importation of slaves in a short time, as had ought fully to satisfy the craving of Carolina and Georgia.
The Encyclopoedia Britannica (latest edition — r fugitive slaves who might escape into Carolina or Georgia, or had any desire to enter into reciprocal engagem