3 edition of Report of the Committee on anti-slavery memorials, September, 1845. found in the catalog.
Report of the Committee on anti-slavery memorials, September, 1845.
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress), Samuel Gardner Drake Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E449 .A521|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||17022197|
Fourth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. Janu Published: () Annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting. Published: () The annual report of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society with the resolutions and addresses. According to Tucker, Bond was a Quaker, Abolitionist, and Anti-Slavery Friend, and active in the Underground Railroad, as well as one of the Trustees of the Union Literary Institute. Bond is listed as attending the first Board of Managers meeting of the Union Literary Institute on September 4, in the Board of Managers’ Secretary Book.
It is proposed to make in the college library an anti-slavery collection, complete as possible, for the future historian, in which shall be gathered every book, every pamphlet, every report, every tract, every newspaper, and every private letter on the subject. For such a collection nothing is. Isaac, Adam Hodgson's brother, was the secretary of the Liverpool Anti-Slavery Society, properly the Liverpool Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery. James Cropper (–) through business connections with the Rathbone and Benson families came to know the Hodgsons; all three belonged to the Society. He was a friend of Adam, and.
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Boston: T.R. Marvin. Report of the Committee on Anti-Slavery Memorials, September with a historical statement of previous proceedings. () available in print On receiving donations from holders of slaves. The Spurious Kansas memorial: debate in the Senate of the United States, Ladies' anti-slavery society, ), by Providence Ladies' anti-slavery society (page images at HathiTrust) Report of the committee on slavery, to the Convention of Congregational ministers of Massachusetts.
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Committee on Accounts existed fromand later was incorporated into the Committee on House Administration. Committee Reports and Papers Scope and Contents note The committee reports and papers of the Committee on Accounts include a volume of minutes, 27th Congress, 1st session, to 30th Congress, 2d session (27A–D).
Thirteenth annual report presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society by its Board of Managers, Janu with an appendix. Summary A review of the Society's activities during and statements of its philosophy and aims. MADE $30 ON MY FIRST DAY. Being a fresh graduate and having lots of free time, I stumbled upon your site when I was searching for work at home opportunities, good thing I did.
Committee Reports and Papers Scope and Contents note The committee reports and papers of the Committee on Claims include claims (28A–D), arranged alphabetically. There is also an index to actions by the committee (28A–D); a docket volume, 27th Congress, 1st session, to 28th Congress, 1st session (27A–D); a letter book, 25th.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. American Anti-Slavery Society. A Wikipedia article about this author is available. American Anti-Slavery Society: The Anti-Slavery History of the John-Brown Year: Being the Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society (with two distinct title pages; New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, ) (multiple formats at Google).
American Anti-Slavery Committee, Slavery and the International Slave Trade in the United States of America London: Thomas Ward And Co. Anti-Slavery collection. Yale University. American Anti-Slavery Committee, Proceedings of seventh annual meeting (Excerpts) New York, Anti-Slavery collection: 18thth century.
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Life. On 9 SeptemberOliver Heywood was born in Irlams O' Th' Height near Manchester, England to the prominent English banker and well known philanthropist Sir Benjamin Heywood and his wife Sophia Ann Robinson.
Located in St. Ann's Square, the Heywood bank was one of the more recognisable bank names in Manchester but had suffered some tarnishing of its image from the : 9 September Founded New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society. Manager, American Anti-Slavery Society, Husband of abolitionist and women’s rights activist Abby Kelly Foster.
Their home was a station on the Underground Railroad. Wrote The Brotherhood of Thieves; Or a True Picture of the American Church and Clergy, inan anti-slavery book.
Foster. Slavery and Abolition in the US: Select Publications of the s is a digital collection of books and pamphlets that demonstrate the varying ideas and beliefs about slavery in the United States as expressed by Americans throughout the nineteenth Size: 2MB.Guildford Anti-Slavery Committee Article from the ‘The Herald’ newspaper reporting an anti-slavery meeting at Epsom chaired by Henry Drummond, (SHC ref.
G52/12/15). The Guildford Anti-Slavery committee was formed in February to cooperate with the national movement ‘for the mitigation and gradual abolition of slavery’.a founding member of the Anti-Slavery Society of the City of Schenectady inand attended many anti-slavery conventions and gatherings in the region.
Along with his son, the abolitionist and pastor Theodore Sedgwick Wright, he was a member of the New York Vigilance Committee. Wright and his son were also the only African-File Size: KB.