The Resource A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution, by Rufus W. Clark

A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution, by Rufus W. Clark

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A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution
Title
A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution
Statement of responsibility
by Rufus W. Clark
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Boston daily atlas
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1813-1886
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Clark, Rufus W.
Index
no index present
LC call number
E449
LC item number
.S9293
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Stuart, Moses
  • Slavery
  • Slavery
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A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution, by Rufus W. Clark
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Publication
Note
"Originally published in the Boston daily atlas."
Contents
Preliminary remarks -- Professor Stuart's introduction -- Is slavery a "malum in se" an evil in itself? -- The bearing of the Old Testament upon slavery -- Gradual emancipation -- The Old Testament upon the fugitive slave question -- The prophets and slavery -- The bearing of the New Testament upon slavery -- Mr. Webster and the Constitution -- Views of Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Patrick Henry, &c. on slavery -- The direct question -- The Texas question -- Concluding remarks
Extent
1 online resource (103 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Stitched textblock intact, with sprinkled edges, lacks cover.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A review of the Rev. Moses Stuart's pamphlet on slavery, entitled Conscience and the Constitution, by Rufus W. Clark
Link
Publication
Note
"Originally published in the Boston daily atlas."
Contents
Preliminary remarks -- Professor Stuart's introduction -- Is slavery a "malum in se" an evil in itself? -- The bearing of the Old Testament upon slavery -- Gradual emancipation -- The Old Testament upon the fugitive slave question -- The prophets and slavery -- The bearing of the New Testament upon slavery -- Mr. Webster and the Constitution -- Views of Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Patrick Henry, &c. on slavery -- The direct question -- The Texas question -- Concluding remarks
Extent
1 online resource (103 pages)
Form of item
online
Note
Stitched textblock intact, with sprinkled edges, lacks cover.
Specific material designation
remote

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