11-14 Garrison, William Lloyd, introduction to the printing of a pro-slavery speech made by W. P. Bentinck, a British Member of Parliament, Boston, 2/1 (1), AN Edit

Summary

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Item 14
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Item

Dates

  • [early 1860s] (Creation)

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    Text consists of one sheet of paper, ripped into two pieces. Reverse side consists of page 2 of an essay, written in an unidentified hand [Garrison?]. Essay content is the argument that the Union should have abolished slavery as its first tactic of the Civil War, thus "the chief strength of the enemy, might have been made the means of their immediate overthrow."

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    1
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    11

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