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Emancipation Tested. The learned and justly celebrated French author, M. AUGUSTINE Cochin, has written two remarkable volumes, forming together the most complete and exhaustive HISTORY OF SLAVERY, both as an institution and a principle, ever offered to the world; showing conclusively from past experience, and giving the “facts and figures" to prove, that in Freedom only is safety for any nation. The volumes are entitled —
The Results of slavery.
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Speeches, Lectures, and Letters.
BY WENDELL PHILLIPS.
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