The great battle between slavery and freedom : considered in two speeches delivered before the American Antislavery Society, at New York, May 7, 1856. By Theodore Parker, minister of the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Society in Boston. Phonographically reported Parker, Theodore 1810-1860

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Parker, Theodore 1810-1860
Slavery -- United States; Speeches, addresses, etc., American - New York (N.Y.)
  • The present aspect of the antislavery enterprise, and of the various forces which work therein: a speech, delivered on the morning of May 7
  • The present crisis in American affairs: the slaveholders' attempt to wrench the territories from the working people, and to spread bondage over the land: a speech delivered on the evening of May 7.
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