- A letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis, Peleg Sprague, and Richard Fletcher, Esq., by G. Bradford -- An anti-slavery sermon, delivered at Norwich, July 4, 1834, by J. T. Dickinson -- Educational laws of Virginia; the personal narrative of Mrs. Margaret Douglass, a Southern woman, who was imprisoned for one month in the common jail of Norfolk, under the laws of Virginia, for the crime of teaching free colored children to read -- A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison, for an alleged libel on Francis Todd -- Things for Northern men to do; a discourse delivered Lord's day evening, July 17, 1836, in the Presbyterian Church, Whitesboro, N.Y., by B. Green -- A discourse on slavery in the United States, delivered in Brooklyn, July 3, 1831, by S. J. May -- Speech to the Convention of Citizens of Onondaga County, in Syracuse, on the 14th of October, 1851, called "To consider the principles of the American Government, and the extent to which they are trampled under foot by the Fugitive Slave Law," occasioned by an attempt to enslave an inhabitant of Syracuse, by S. J. May -- An extract from a speech delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States in 1829, on the subject of slavery, and the slave trade, in the District of Columbia, by C. Miner.
- Reprints of pamphlets published separately, 1832-1854.
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