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From the United States chronicle, Thursday, February 19, 1784. : In this paper last week a clear confutation of the original claim to the right of slavery was given, by ... Judge Blackstone, --the subject is now concluded with the sentiments of that ingenious lawyer and excellent writer George Wallis [i.e. Wallace] as published in his Preview this item
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From the United States chronicle, Thursday, February 19, 1784. : In this paper last week a clear confutation of the original claim to the right of slavery was given, by ... Judge Blackstone, --the subject is now concluded with the sentiments of that ingenious lawyer and excellent writer George Wallis [i.e. Wallace] as published in his "System of the laws of Scotland" ...

Author: George Wallace
Publisher: Providence : Printed by Bennett Wheeler., [1784]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Controversial literature
Broadsides
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Wallace
OCLC Number: 62840420
Notes: Stating that slavery is neither legally nor morally justifiable, and recommending the liberation of Negro slaves in America.
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Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages))
Other Titles: United States chronicle (Providence, R.I.).

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