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0000 0000 7864 3883
Name: 
Charles Stuart ((abolitionist))
Stewart, Charles
Stuart ((abolitionist))
Stuart, C.
Stuart (Captain)
Stuart, Charles
Dates: 
1783?-1865
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Catlin, George (1796-1872)
Cropper, James (1773-1840)
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Immediate emancipation safe and profitable for masters;-happy for slaves;-right in government;-advantageous to the nation;-would interfere with no feelings but such as are destructive;-cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger. An outline for it, and remarks on compensation
Is slavery defensible from scripture? to the Rev. Dr. Hincks, Killileagh.
letter to Thomas Clarkson, A
Liberia, or, The American colonization scheme examined and exposed, 1833:
Memoir of granville sharp to which is added sharp's law of passive obedience, and an extract from his law of retribution
Remarks on the colony of Liberia and the American Colonization Society with some account of the settlement of coloured people at Wilberforce, Upper Canada
Reuben Maddison, 1999:
Short history and description of the ojibbeway indians now on a visit to england with correct likenesses, engraved from daguerreotype plates, taken by m. claudet
The emigrant's guide to Upper Canada; or, Sketches of the present state of the province. C. Stuart.
West india question immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters, profitable for the masters, happy for the slaves, right in the government, advantageous to the nation, would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive, cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger : an outline for immediate emancipation and remarks on compensation
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