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FROM APRIL, 1833, TO OCTOBER, 1834.

BY E. S. ABDY,

FELLOW OF JESUS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.

As far as experience may shew errors in our establishments, we are bound to
correct them; and, if any practices exist contrary to the principles of justice and
humanity, within the reach of our laws or our influence, we are inexcusable if we
do not exert ourselves to restrain and abolish them."-D. WEBSTER, Discourse at
Plymouth on the second centenary of the settlement of New England.

“ The distinction of color is unknown in Europe."-Speech of Chancellor KENT
in the New York State Convention,

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

CLONDON:

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

MDCCCXXXV.

( 1835

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