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MONTHLY PERIODICAL WORK,

CONTAINING

ORIGINAL ESSAYS, DOCUMENTS AND FACTS,

RELATIVE TO THE SUBJECT OF

AFRICAN SLAVERY.

* We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal, and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap. piness.”—DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE U. S.

BENJAMIN LUNDY, EDITOR.

Nov.
VOL. III. THIRD SERIES—COMMENCING MAY, 1832.

PUBLISHED IN WASHINGTON

1832-1833.

THE NEW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

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ASTOR, LENOX AND
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No. I.

Settlement, 58. Robert Douglass, jr., Liberal Editor's Address to the Public, page 1. To Donation, New Anti-Slavery Society, Lectures Patrons and Correspondents, Visit to Texas, 21' on West India Slavery, Latest Accounts from Emancipation in the British Colonies, British Mexico, Free Labor Dry Goods Store, 5., “What Slavery in the West Indies, 7. Memorial from good can we do?” Wanted, Self distrust, Ladies Western Virginia, Do. to the General Assembly Anti-Slavery Society, 60. The Sold, 62. Slaves of Virginia, 8. Colored Settlements in Canadá, ry, Gloom, 63. Terms of Subscription, 64. A Sign, Mexican Treaty, The Horrors of the

No. V. Slave Trade, 10. District of Columbia, 11. An. other Female Anti-Slavery Society, Cruelties of Another Coadjutor, Prospectus of the EmanWest India Slivery, 12. Description of a West cipator, 66. More Anti-Slavery Periodicals, India Slave Whip, The Consumption of Slave New England Anti-Slavery Society, 66. Re. Produce, 13. Looking at the Soldiers, Tea Ta- view of three Lectures on British and Colonial ble Talk, 14. The Summer Skies, 15, Pros“ Slavery, &c. by George Thompson, 67. Reuben pectus of G, U. E. 16.

Madison, 69. Slavery, 72. Richard Humphrey's

last Will, 73. Highly Important from England, No. II.

Town of Brazoria in Texas, Richard Broa) e, 74. Petitioning Congress, John Quincy Adams, Mexico, The Richmond Inquirer and Louisville 17. Political Affairs of Mexico, 18. Mexican Public Advertiser, 76. Society at Greer Plains, Colonization, Thoughts on African Colonization, Ohio, Another Philanthropic Association, 77.

Testimony against Slavery, Stores for the Pro- Lament for Africa, The Tears of Worån, Sonductions of Free Labor, 20. Decency, Further net, Memory, 78. Are you opposed to Slavery ? Description of the Texas Country, 21. The Extract from the Fifth Report of the Ladies Äs Union in danger, Canada Joint Stock Company, sociation for Liverpool, Ezc. •79:. Wilberforco. 23. Warner Mifflin, Letter from Canada, 23. Colony, Mexico, 80. Innmediate, not Gradual, 26. Affray in New

No. VIP Jersey, A Pardon asked, New Anti-Slavery Paper, Brief Notices, 'To Readers and Correspon- of Sugar Cane by Free Labor, Proceeglings in

The Rev. Gen. Duft Green, Mexico; "Guiture dents, 27. Reasons for Flogging the Slaves, Rice, Free Produce Stores, 28. Female Litera. England, 81. Sentiments of the Colored people, ry Association of Philadelphia, 29. The coming Tar's 'Testimony, 83. Richard Brooke, 84. Re

82. Wholesale Free Produce Store, An Old Year, The Parting, 30. The Sugar Plumbs, 31. port made to the Pennsylvania Legislature, 85. Proposals for the Abolitionist, 32.

Slavery in Kentucky, Things in Richmond, Va. No. III.

88. Slave cases in Massachusetts, What would Abolition of Slavery in the District of Colum. Review of three Lectures, continued, 90. Free

be the consequence, Antiquities of Mexico, 89. bia, Striking at the Root, 33. Political Affairs Labor, 92. Spring, The Marquis la Fayette, 93. in Mexico, Letter from Charles Stewart, 34. Evening Thoughts, Slave who hast been toiling, Arnold Buffum, “ the Hatter,” and Rev. Joshua Familiar Conversation, An Extract, 94. The N. Danforth, 35. Further description of the Texas Country, 36. Winter in Mexico, Jeffer- Colored Females, New York Phønix Society,

Humming Bird, Fragment, 95. Institution for son's Opinion, 38. Richmond Inquirer vs. Nul. Slavery in St. Helena, Slavery in the World, 96. lification, 40. Anthony Bennezitte, Outlines of a plan for the Abolition of Negro Slavery, 41.

No. VII.
Unblushing Avowals, 42. New Publications,
Slavery in aryland, African Colonization, Ca-

British Colonial Slavery, Editor's Absence, 97. nadian Colonization, A real Virginia Slavite, 43. The “ Daily Intelligencer,” 98. Convention of The Year, The District of Columbia, 44. Emi: People of Color, 99. Address of do. 100. The gration to Mexico, 46. The Shelter, Cæsar and Kidnapper, News from Jamaica, Hayti, 102. Clara, 47.

Free Negroes and Slaves, Philadelphia Library

Company of Colored Persons, The Journal of No. IV.

Commerce of the Island of Cuba, 103. The

Peace-maker, 104. New Troubles, 105. Nulli. Errors of the Press, District of Columbia, Mexi. fication and Slavery, Views from the South, 106. can Colonization, 49. The Abolitionist, J.Q. Ad. The Canterbury Aff ir, 107. Do. do. Discussion ams, Nullification, 52. Prejudice in Pennsylvania,

on Colonization, 108. The Negroe's Prayer, English Opinions of the Colonization Society, 53. Slavery, 109. Free Produce Society of Chester Movements in England, Slavery in the West In. County, Pa., 110. Beast's hunt men in Dema. dies and in the United States, 55. Manual La- rara, ill. bor School for Colored Youth, Declaration of ;

No. VIII. the Garrison of Mexico, 56. Production of Free Labor, 57. Colonization Society-trouble in the Mexican Colonization, 113. Maryland Coloni. wigwam, Anti-Slavery Periodicals, Wilberforce ration, 114. The Texas:Country, 115. Convention

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