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Abolitionism Exposed! by W. W. Sleigh

Transcriber's Notes: Variations in spelling and hyphenation have been left as in the original. Greek words have been transliterated and placed between +plus signs+. Words in italics in the original are surrounded by _underscores_. A row of asterisks represents a thought break.

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ABOLITIONISM EXPOSED!

PROVING THAT

THE PRINCIPLES OF ABOLITIONISM

ARE

INJURIOUS TO THE SLAVES THEMSELVES, DESTRUCTIVE TO THIS NATION, AND CONTRARY TO THE EXPRESS COMMANDS OF GOD;

WITH STRONG EVIDENCE

_That some of the principal CHAMPIONS of Abolitionism are inveterate Enemies to this Country, and are taking advantage of the 'ANTI-SLAVERY WAR-WHOOP' to dissever, and break up, the UNION_.

"While they promise them _Liberty_, they themselves are the _Slaves_ of corruption."--2 Pet. ii. 19.

BY W. W. SLEIGH, F. R. C. S. L.

FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY AND SURGERY, LONDON; HON. MEMB. R. W. L. S. I.; AUTHOR OF "THE SCIENCE OF SURGERY;" "THE CHRISTIAN'S DEFENSIVE DICTIONARY AGAINST INFIDELITY;" &c. &c. &c.

PHILADELPHIA: PUBLISHED BY D. SCHNECK, N. W. CORNER OF SECOND AND RACE STREETS. Stereotyped by J. Fagan.

1838.

Entered according to the act of Congress, in the year 1838, by W. W. SLEIGH, in the office of the district court of the eastern district of Pennsylvania.

CONTENTS.

Page PREFACE 4

CHAPTER I.

Liberty and Slavery defined--Difference between Words and Things 5

CHAPTER II.

The Principles, &c. of the Leaders of Abolitionism exhibited 16

CHAPTER III.

The impracticability of the object of Abolitionists demonstrated 24


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