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The Constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage...
1788
 

John Brown Meeting,/ Liberty Hall, Jan. 4th, 1860/ John Brown's Favorite Hymn. [Caption title]. Narrow 16mo. broadside. Verse with typographical border.
1860
 

Infidelity and Abolitionism. An Open Letter to the Friends of Religion, Morality, and the American Union. [Caption title].
1856
 

The Irish Patriot. Daniel O’Connel’s[!] Legacy to Irish Americans. [Wrapper title].
1863
 

Marriage License and Certificate (on one sheet) for Former Slaves Andrew Jackson and Julia Marlow. 8 x 10 inches. Engraved certificate with elaborate borders in archival mat; creases where previously folded. 1 p. Warsaw, Kentucky. December 10, 1872.
1872
 

H. Curtiss [sic] to Mr. Ira Button in Brandon, Vermont. Four (4) Page ALS. Cincinnati, Ohio, March 17, 1841. 10 x 15 inches. Sheets folded with integral address and postmark. Lightly browned, previous folds.
1841
 

ANON. Mr. Frank, the Underground Mail-Agent. By Vidi. Illustrated with Designs by White.
1853
 

ANON. Infidelity and Abolitionism. An Open Letter to the Friends of Religion, Morality, and the American Union. [Caption title].
1856
 

BRACKETT, EDWARD AUG Cabinet Card Photograph of a Bust of Abolitionist John Brown. Litchfield Photographer, Arlington, Massachuetts. 4.25" x 6.5". Sepia tones, good. Note on verso: “John Brown from E.A. Brackett’s Bust taken in the prison at Charlestown, Va. 1859, by order of Mrs. George L. Stearns”.
1859
 

BROWN, JOHN. ALS, 16mo., in ink, very legible, 20 lines, plus Signature, 7 April 12, 1859, from Kingsville, Ohio, to "Dear Wife & Children All."
1859
 

BROWN, JOHN. The Life, Trial and Execution of Captain John Brown, Known as "Old Brown of Ossawatomie," with a Full Account of the Attempted Insurrection at Harper's Ferry. Compiled from Official and Authentic Sources. Including Cooke's Confession, and All the Incidents of the Execution.
1859
 

CHAPMAN, Elder HENRY Remember Them That Are in Bonds, as Bound with Them.--Heb. 13:3. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1841
 

CHASE, SALMON P. The Address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention Held at Cincinnati, June 11 & 12, 1845,* to the People of the United States. With Notes by a Citizen of Pennsylvania. [Caption title].
1845
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. The Fire and Hammer of God's Word Against the Sins of Slavery. Speech...at the Anniversary of the American Abolition Society, May, 1858.
1858
 

DANA, R.H. Jr.; WEND House...No. 205. Commonwealth of Massachusets. House of Representatives, April 4, 1855. The Joint Standing Committee on Federal Relations, to whom was recommitted the Reports on the case of Edward Greeley Loring...[Caption title & partial text].
1855
 

FOOTE, ANDREW H. Africa and the American Flag.
1854
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL Letter To Louis Kossuth, Concerning Freedom and Slavery in the United States. In Behalf of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
1852
 

GOODLOE, DANIEL R. The South and the North: being a Reply to a Lecture on the North and the South, by Ellwood Fisher. Delivered Before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati, January 16, 1849. By a Carolinian.
1849
 

HICKS, ELIAS. Letters of Elias Hicks. Including also Observations on the Slavery of the Africans and Their Descendants, and on the Use of the Produce of Their Labor.
1861
 

LUNT, GEORGE. Radicalism in Religion, Philosophy, and Social Life...
1858
 

PECK, GEORGE Ed. Jamaica: Enslaved and Free.
1846
 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL. Review of Webster's Speech on Slavery.
1850
 

PIERPONT, Rev. JOHN. Four Page ALS to Rev. Parker Pillsbury. Boston, Dec. 16, 1843; "My Dear Brother." 4to. Addressed to Pillsbury in Bradford, NH, with postmark. Red wax seal, small hole at seal. Ink. Slight tears at folds, bright & legible.
1843
 

REESE, DAVID MEREDIT Humbugs of New-York: Being a Remonstrance Against Popular Delusion; Whether in Science, Philosophy, or Religion.
1838
 

RUSSELL, THOMAS. Quotation from John Brown. March 1, 1882. Signed Thomas Russell. Half sheet, 6.25 x 7.75 inches. Slight bleed through.
1882
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Printed check, Accomplished in Manuscript in Smith’s Hand and Signed by Him, for $100, drawn on the Syracuse City Bank, dated (December 24) 185(6), to Hon. Owen Lovejoy. Endorsed by Lovejoy on verso, with other signatures and bank markings.
1856
 

SMITH, GERRIT. At the meeting of the "Church of Peterboro," held July 7th, 1849, the following Resolutions were passed, without a dissenting voice:...[Caption title. Oblong 8vo. broadside, with three Resolutions].
1849
 

SMITH, NANCY Preside Constitution of the Massachusetts Female Emancipation Society. [Caption title].
1840
 

STANTON, HENRY B., S [Boston] Chronicle--Extra. Address of the State [Liberty Party] Central Committee. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside in four columns. Signed in type at the end by 25 members of the Liberty Party, dated Boston, Nov. 5, 1844.
1844
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS and H. Human Rights--Extra. Office of the American Anti-Slavery Society, New-York, Feb. 11, 1839. [Caption title.] Small folio broadsheet.
1839
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS. ALS to A.W. Riley, Esq. requesting information on a financial note. New York, 5 March 1836. One page, docketed. Old folds. Ink, very good.
1836
 

THOMPSON, GEORGE. Discussion on American Slavery, Between...and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge...Holden in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's Chapel, Glasgow, Scotland...Second American Edition, With Notes, by Mr. Garrison.
1836
 

WALKER, N.W. Chairma The Shell Point Meeting. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19.5" x 11.5". Printed in three columns of text, with three small manuscript corrections in ink. [Followed by partial text]: In pursuance of public notice, a very large meeting of the citizens of Shell Point took place on the 19th inst. to express themselves upon the question which has created such universal excitement throughout the slave holding States. {End of first paragraph].
1835
 

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