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LAWS RESPECTING NEGROJES IN ENGLAH $ > * * J I J ' ^^ 11 , ' ¦ ¦ . - ¦ ¦ ' .- ' " " ' „ - ¦ ^ * . _ ' * ^ ¦»* . - ^ - - - ' ¦ ¦ k * * j . " -J-- > j ¦ . ¦ - ¦ - - : To /^ e ? Editor of the Monthly Repository , * Sib , " , . , - . - t-r ' . ¦ :.-¦ ' ,. ¦¦; . _ - ' . ¦ ' .. , - ¦ - ~ ' f The accomplishment of the abc ^ ilion ; o £ ^ the ^; Siam > ' ^ r ^ dey compared with the general situation of public atfiajLr # -i-a ? Eid ^ th ^ f te ^ ctejacy of our other publ ic measures ^ is iadeed
r A spot of azure in a clouded sky , , , A < sanny island in-a stormy hiain . Arid to such men as Mr . Sharp , wh < o have exerted theihselves through life to effect it , the x'fetrosplect must be a source of the most just and pure gratification . The : statement in the letter
or that gentlenian , which you inserted last month ^ v , or the fluG ^ atibn of legal opinion on the subject of man-slavery in England induces me to mention the early juridical opinions on this point . In Lord Coke ' s time the condition pf villains or bondmen was so well known and familiar , that negro-slavery , th § n ia its infancy , was easily classed under that title , and the of
CQntfi ^ LfcjTL the negro bein g scarcely worse than that of oile cl ^ of Englishmen excited little attention , and the maxitirt ^ and principles which were rapidly growing inapplicable to the ^ tfative wew readily applied to the foreigner . This sitailafitjr of TOnditipn ^ however , was continually decreasing , till slioirtfy af-* Vol . ii < -p . 345-
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1807, page 531, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2385/page/23/