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Constitutional argument against American slavery

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Cover titleA letter to John G. Whittier, July 18, 1844Bound volume contains: 1. State of New York, in Supreme Court, Seth W. Benedict, ads. Daniel D. Nash / by Seth Williston Benedict. -- 2. Constitutional argument against american slavery / by Gerrit Smith. -- 3. Views of American Constitutional Law in its bearing upon american slavery / by William Goodell. -- 4. The Fugitive Slave Bill: its history and unconstitutionality... . -- 5. The Fugitive Slave Law and its victims. -- 6. A sketch of the laws relating to slavery... / by George M. Strout. -- 7. The duty of disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act... / by L. Maria Child. -- 8. Speech of John Hossack convicted of a violation of the Fugitive Slave Law... . -- 9. Rights and duties of the United States relative to slavery under the laws of the war... / by David Lee Child. -- 10. The abolition of slavery: the right of the government under the war power. -- 11. The Law of Slavery in the United States / by Christian Charles Josias Bunsen. -- 12. The Commander-in-Chief... / by Grosvenor P. Lowrey. -- 13. Illegality of slavery / by Benjamin Shaw
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