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" The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society — prejudices which neither refinement, nor argument, nor education, nor religion itself, can subdue — mark the people of color, whether bond or free, as the subjects of a degradation inevitable... "
An Inquiry Into the Character and Tendency of the American Colonization, and ... - Page 18
by William Jay - 1835 - 206 pages
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The Christian Spectator

Theology - 1828
...between every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins and every other class in the community. The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African in this country belongs by birth to the very lowest station in society ; from that station...
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The Christian Spectator, Volume 2

Theology - 1828
...of African blood in his veins and every other class in the community. The habite, the feelings, dl the prejudices of society — prejudices which neither...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African in this country belongs by birth to the very lowest station in society ; from that station...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator

Theology - 1835
...that we have a share in this evil.' Speech of G. Smith, Esq. Vice President, \ąth Report, p. xiii. ' The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society,...free, as the subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable.1 Address of the Connecticut Col. Soc. ' We do not ask that the provisions of our constitution...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator

Theology - 1833
...every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins, and every other class in the community. Tbe habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African in this country belongs by birth to the very lowest station in society ; and from that...
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The African Repository, Volume 4

African Americans - 1829
...between every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins and every other class in the community. The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...religion itself can subdue — mark the people of colour, whether bond or free, as the subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African...
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Thoughts on African Colonization, Or, An Impartial Exhibition of the ...

William Lloyd Garrison - African Americans - 1832 - 236 pages
...who has one drop of African blood in his veins and every other class in the community ' ! Yea, that ' the habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable ' ! Yea, that ' Christianity cannot do for them here, what it will do for them in Africa ' ! Yea, that...
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Thoughts on African Colonization, Or, An Impartial Exhibition of the ...

William Lloyd Garrison - African Americans - 1832 - 236 pages
...between every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins and every other class in the community. The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African in this country belongs by birth to the very lowest station in society ; and from that...
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An Appeal in Favor of that Class of Americans Called Africans

Lydia Maria Child - African Americans - 1833 - 232 pages
...to be changed than the laws of Nature !" — Last Annual Report of American Colonization Society. " The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African in this country belongs by birth to the very lowest station in society ; and from that:...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1833
...between every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins, and every other class in the community. The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...religion itself can subdue — mark the people of colour, whether bond or free, as the subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1833
...between every man who has one drop of African blood in his veins, and every other class in the community. The habits, the feelings, all the prejudices of society...religion itself can subdue — mark the people of colour, whether bond or free, as the subjects of a degradation inevitable and incurable. The African...
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