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Dr. Franklin an abolitionist. : Dr. Franklin was a member of the convention which formed the Constitution of the United States, in 1787. In 1789, he sent a petition to Congress, which he signed, as president of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, praying them to exert the full extent of power vested in them by the Constitution, in discouraging the traffic of the human species. ... In the debates to which this memorial gave rise, Mr. Jackson of Geo. and several others, attempted to justify the slave trade. The following ingenious article, the last ever written by Franklin, is a parody on Mr. Jackson's speech. Ver este material de antemano
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Dr. Franklin an abolitionist. : Dr. Franklin was a member of the convention which formed the Constitution of the United States, in 1787. In 1789, he sent a petition to Congress, which he signed, as president of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, praying them to exert the full extent of power vested in them by the Constitution, in discouraging the traffic of the human species. ... In the debates to which this memorial gave rise, Mr. Jackson of Geo. and several others, attempted to justify the slave trade. The following ingenious article, the last ever written by Franklin, is a parody on Mr. Jackson's speech.

Autor: Benjamin Franklin; James Jackson
Editorial: [Boston] : (Sold by Isaac Knapp, 25 Cornhill, Boston.), [between 1837 and 1839]
Serie: Archive of Americana.; American broadsides and ephemera., Series 1 ;, no. 5121.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Género/Forma: Broadsides
Parodies
Pictorial works
Controversial literature
Persona designada: Benjamin Franklin
Tipo de material: Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: Benjamin Franklin; James Jackson
Número OCLC: 438021138
Notas: Franklin's article is signed: March 23, 1790. Historicus.
Wood-engraving of Faneuil Hall has caption: Faneuil Hall, the cradle of liberty. Erected, in 1742. Consecrated to the genius of slavery, August 21, 1835.
Parentheses substituted for square brackets in imprint transcription. Isaac Knapp is listed at this address in Boston directories from 1837 to 1839.
Text in two columns; printed area measures 47.9 x 23.0 cm.
Not in Checklist Amer. imprints.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic text and image data. [Chester, Vt. : Readex, a division of Newsbank, Inc., 2005. Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text. (American broadsides and ephemera. Series 1 ; no. 5121).
Descripción: 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 51 x 30 cm.
Título de la serie: Archive of Americana.; American broadsides and ephemera., Series 1 ;, no. 5121.
Otros títulos: Doctor Franklin an abolitionist.

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