1830-1839

1830-1839

Pro-slavery iterature and material
published between 1830-1839

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A death blow to the principles of abolition
– Lucy Kenney, 1830

A Treatise on the Patriarchal Slave System
– Zephaniah Kingsley, 1833

Evidence against the views of the abolitionists:
consisting of physical and moral proofs, of the
natural inferiority of the negroes.
– Richard H. Colfax, 1833

An essay on the management of slaves, and
especially, on their religious instruction
– Whitemarsh Seabrook, 1834

An appeal to the people of the northern and
eastern states, on the subject of negro slavery
– Whitemarsh Seabrook, 1834

A view of slavery, moral and political
– Alexander Sims, 1834

Remarks upon slavery, occasioned by
attempts made to circulate improper
publications in the Southern States
– William Hobby, 1835

Vindex on the liability of the abolitionists
to criminal punishment, and on the duty of the
non-slave-holding states to suppress their efforts
– Anonymous, 1835

The amenability of Northern incendiaries
as well to Southern as to Northern laws
– Richard Yeadon, 1835

Letters to the Hon. William Jay
– David Meredith, 1835

A pastoral letter, on the religious
instruction of the slaves
– Nathaniel Bowen, 1835

A speech on the subject of slavery
– Edmund Bellinger, 1835

View of the subject of slavery
contained in the Biblical repertory
– Unknown, 1836

Discussion on American slavery
George Thompson Debates Rev. Robert Breckinridge
– George Thompson, 1836

Slavery in the United States.
– James Paulding, 1836

A dissertation on the relative duties
between the different classes and
conditions of society
– James Lowry, 1836

The South vindicated from the treason and
fanaticism of the northern abolitionists
– Anonymous, 1836

A refutation of the principles of abolition;
– A lady of Fredericksburg, Va, 1836

Bondage a moral institution,
sanctioned by the scriptures
– Unknown, 1837

Natural history of the negro race
– J.H. Guenebault, 1837

Memoir of slavery
– William Harper, 1838

A Sermon on Slavery
– Theodore Clapp, 1838

Abolitionism exposed!
– W.W. Sleigh, 1838

Abolition a Sedition
– A Northern Man, 1839

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