AN ADDRESS TO THE PRESBYTERIANS OF KENTUCKY, PROPOSING A PLAN FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND EMANCIPATION OF THEIR SLAVES. BY A COMMITTEE OF THE SYNOD OF KENTUCKY.

Newburyport: Published by Charles Whipple, 1836. 36pp, disbound, partly loosened. Lightly tanned, scattered foxing. Occasional pencil markings in blank margins. Institutional rubberstamp on title page. Good+. A committee of ten urges that "every preacher read this address to his congregation on some sabbath," denouncing slavery and asserting "it to be the unquestionable duty of every Christian, to use vigorous and immediate measures for the destruction of this whole system, and for the removal of all its unhappy effects." The committee offers a five point plan for gradual emancipation of slaves, their education, and religious instruction. AI 39712 [5]. Item #24140

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