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Hague, Wm. and E. N. Kirk:

ADDRESSES OF REV. DRS. WM. HAGUE AND E. N. KIRK, AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION FOR FREEDMEN, AT THE OLD SOUTH CHURCH, MAY 28, 1863.

Printed by David Clapp, Boston: 1863 16pp, stitched. Light wear, old institutional stamps, Good+. White supremacy "is directly antagonistic to the truly catholic aim of Christianity." The Founders of the Nation believed, in "general," in "voluntary, gradual emancipation, in connection with the opening of new fields of action for the freedmen within the territories of our colonies in Africa." Now "God's voice," speaking through Abraham Lincoln in the "thunder" of guns, rightly demands "Immediate Emancipation by the War-power." Brave deeds of Negro soldiers are recounted. Sabin 29530n. LCP 4451. Not in Work, Blockson. 226 NUC 0028507 [7].


Book Id: 11735

Price: $150.00

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