The American Church and Slavery!

The American Church and Slavery!

From the Boston Liberator of August 28, 1857. The Awful Guilt of the American Church in Regard to Slavery. The Following "infidel" Speech Was Delivered Before the New England Anti-slavery Convention, May 26, 1836, by Rev. James T. Woodbury ... Then of Acton, Now of Milford (Mass.) ... In His Speech, Mr. Woodbury Solemly Pledges Himself to Raise His Voice Against the Guilt and Hypocracy of the Church as Long as He Lives; but Who Has Heard Any Thing From Him for Many A Year Past?

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Publisher: [United States : s.n., 1857]
Characteristics: 1 sheet ([1] p.) (online resource) ; 46 x 32 cm
Additional Contributors: Woodbury, James Trask 1803-1861


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