THE WEST INDIA QUESTION. IMMEDIATE EMANCIPATION WOULD BE SAFE FOR THE MASTERS- PROFITABLE FOR THE MASTERS- HAPPY FOR THE SLAVES- RIGHT IN THE GOVERNMENT- ADVANTAGEOUS TO THE NATION- WOULD INTERFERE WITH NO FEELINGS BUT SUCH AS ARE DISGRACEFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE- CANNOT BE POSTPONED WITHOUT CONTINUALLY INCREASING DANGER. AN OUTLINE FOR IMMEDIATE EMANCIPATION; AND REMARKS ON COMPENSATION.

New Haven: Hezekiah Howe, 1833. 43, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, lightly worn, Good+.

The title summarizes the argument. Stuart was one of several influential British abolitionists who turned anti-slavery sentiment from gradual to immediate emancipation.
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. LCP 9958. Dumond 107. Item #25125

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