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The la to ex-111 Alissi Shippin the cargoes Able tracts and pamphlets a As arriving at s Ortolo and extensive distribution among Inas and Virginia and lastly noticed in our paper Asha a Sion in coi Iset a Felice of Tho a publications brought in from pay Vork in the pub Sirbau d a pre concerted and by a a t on fool by the Incendio Arrison school to Light up a every part of the South 01ii a rein Eta Nee to intended if , Abs Tai Ineil As Juch Ingon this exciting and Liat the impressive lessons a ived in new Vork a year ease of indignation which d Lair ii Orch had 1-Triiifs, would have deter a i fart i t a. And b Rou of t Vliem by in the world Are bet a provided for in Eta. Than the slaves of our country. In Empire of great Britain the most free and. Nation in Ilu rope there Are More Welch acid half starving operative a than to litre i the unite states. In All respects the a our slaves Are greatly Superior to those in a Ojie natives. Or the Irish and cd Untinen a. To say nothing of the millions of Pau of gtd together in those loathsome recept Irving humanity the Public poor How see. J hard slips of Innessa Elloit too Mur i Al-1 Man nature to it no Indre and the us tie rings my driving Ulieru almost to despair these a Reat Jires arc perfectly annoyed by the using cares for the future Ron Dilion of and their children. It excess of labor this actual want and fusing Ceres our slaves arc entirely sex Quot item a habitually labor from two to four less than the operatives in other coun a t has been Tenily remarked by some we i i Gro cannot he made to injure himself by it Thor. H May he safely ail Irmard that v rat As much wholesome and sub Stantial div is English operatives or Irish peas in. And As regards run earn for the to on Ditino May Yvell he in veil even by lagers. There is not upon the face of to class of people High or lows per rom rare and anxiety. They know that i s will provide for them under All Circum j 1 that in the ctr Cmith of old age instead ultimate emancipation of our slaves. No deep is reduction in the Quantity and it a Ori it an. Nha Uei my Convol Trinu on this subject that if 1 were Dormu d men m the Pineo of it. In great Britain 1 Range to die immediately Ailer recording these Ren Timens an 1 the t mud Ute the cat sir i w Uhle i could say in All Wincenty and under All the sane Oier Hal must and it is n t frat it Josiv Tii t t i i ii s of c h i Sli Anity and Patri of i so g a i Forh i 1 the a t for 11111 e m n a i h i n two n 11 h on s 7 p r so \ s my desc Idanis in there Bowest Giu iteration should out lots trom trin m rms it Ali t int upon live in any other than a Community having the in the untrue in can c 1 it Leist jul i d i a i rum it Stit ution of Lime slip slave Ryas i existed Amon the ten millions of poor w Hiu put do would be or danced patriarchs of the primitive Church and in Al tieto Desman in. Gnu pens and St Rution. A and free stau it a of Imis Dot a ire to avoid the last Sud alien aug it pm in if Tho lies Slature should concur in Toliese general Jared oin Minniti or to is Fina Suji in t the veil a of this important Elci nein of our political and Mur a gets u d Enlil Titones Phi i Ithra Iphi i or c n Sam Ial system our cedi few Legates should he distinctly Ujj Derau no it c inn t permit oils invest informed in any communications w p May Inive of by lie eth it our just it Mauds thus supported hic asian to make to them that in claiming to be cd Emp Teil from All foreign int Erff rence we can Rei of Exerv c is ulceration of he mite Aid int will la ted by mates who arc United to us by so Manv Nise no distinction Between ultimate and immediate end and tics and who have so deep an emancipation. It becomes necessary in order to ascertain the extent of our danger and the of pm tra tinn inter St m the pre Servan i >1 tint 1 Nion. 1 Herr ill transmit the or be diners Ami i soon join not num Frimis As its t 1 s 1 the pc. Pie is Neres swy to guard a gradual it. That we examine the real Nikii Vefik and ultimate purposes of the abolition kif cities and their prominent agent. To jus Lity their offt ciocia and gratuitous interference in our Domestic affairs the most insulting and insolent out the e whirl can be offerd to a Community Icv profess Tow old themselves responsible for the pre ended sin of out i Domestic slavery because c Forsooth the cd tolerate its exist to be am Ong us. If they tire at this exp tips Sid Jet i it ouch lace in iwo Tranel. Ateo Ciol s cons Pilot v. Tho time has arrived w Lien it is Iier Sarv fuel i l i u Sii of time Pistor of a Rhemi ii Quot la to in pie i Colo 1� tor Laud. His Tua t h or was by a Omi 1 u Arturo i t Ward a my Iton t ? 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Erva a a Ltd tin . He Hasal a Quot i Drew in tin cwt m As a s a n a a 1 h \ 11 Ler be Appen it it d it i if w to a i All resport Mulc la or the sin of slavery Yeti Tever that re american for every cd tired. More i Speed lev Ltd May be it is not be amuse their ancestors Yvere the the uen slave holding stares North of tin t. To narc. It aia he help. D. A and w 0�?~�?T�?Tt Llull i. D. La isl at hit to inn. A Hie pet lip fir h agents and Autho norits original Intro Luction. Who value this Union and institutions to speak these ancestors old stirs the slaves sad w arrant omit to disclaim in the Mot ocal Hoot As we it cuned a h Lin. shall be map to Send him others that Mav be committed to Freri a h
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