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1842, Address delivered on the anniversary of Emancipation in the British West Indies, Channing
An address delivered at Lenox, on the first of August 1842, the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies: by William E. Channing,32p.,
London, John Green, 1842. (The final address of William Channing, minister of the Federal Church in Boston and long time opponent of slavery. His best
known writing, Slavery (1835), was criticized as being too moderate. In this address, he describes himself as an unlikely choice to deliver this
speech and proceeds to dispute many of the arguments made in the past in support of slavery.)
Title:   An address delivered at Lenox, on the first of August 1842, the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies / by William E. Channing.
OCLC Number:   945197842
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