Afro-Americana Imprints, 1535-1922: Dissent and Suppression in Slavery Debates

Year of PublicationState/Country of PublicationTitleAuthorImprint
1831BrazilResumo da historia do Brasil até 1828,Denis, Ferdinand, 1798-1890.Rio de Janeiro, : Na Typographia de Gueffier e Ca, rua da Quitanda, 79., 1831.
1831ConnecticutBiography of Henry Clay.Prentice, George D. (George Denison), 1802-1870.Hartford: : Samuel Hanmer, Jr. and John Jay Phelps, publishers., 1831..
1831ConnecticutFourth annual report of the managers of the Colonization Society of the State of Connecticut, May, 1831.Colonization Society of the State of Connecticut.Hartford [Conn] : Printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co., 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaThe fourteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States : With an appendix.American Colonization Society.Washington : Printed by James C. Dunn, Georgetown, D.C., 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaAddress of the Board of Managers of the American Colonization Society to its auxiliary societies.American Colonization Society. Board of Managers.Washington, Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaRecord in the case of the United States of America versus Fernando M. Arredondo and others. : Supreme Court of the United States. January term, 1831.United States. Supreme CourtWashington [D.C.]: : Printed by Duff Green., 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaLetter of Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, to the secretary of the Treasury, : in reply to his circular of the 1st July, 1830, relative to the culture of the sugar cane.Johnston, Josiah Stoddard, 1784-1833.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Gales & Seaton., 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaRecord in the case of Colin Mitchell and others, versus the United States. : Supreme Court of the United States. January term, 1831.United States. Supreme CourtWashington [D.C.]: : Printed by Duff Green., 1831.
1831District of ColumbiaLetter of Mr. Johnston, of Louisiana, to the secretary of the Treasury, : in reply to his circular of the 1st July, 1830, relative to the culture of the sugar cane.Johnston, Josiah Stoddard, 1784-1833.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Gales & Seaton., 1831.
1831EnglandThe life and adventures of Nathaniel Pearce, : written by himself, during a residence in Abyssinia, from the years 1810 to 1819. : Together with Mr. Coffin's account of his visit to Gondar.Pearce, Nathaniel, 1779-1820.London: : Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street., 1831..
1831EnglandAn historical account of the island of Saint Vincent.Shephard, Charles.London: : Printed by W. Nicol, Cleveland Row, St. James's. Sold by Ridgway and Sons, Piccadilly; Robinson and Son, Liverpool; and Smith and Son, Glasgow., 1831.
1831EnglandAmerican Colonization Society : Liberia.Cresson, Elliott, 1796-1854.[London] : [Harjette and Savill, Printers, 107, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross], [1831].
1831EnglandPity poor africa : three dialogues for, childrenBradburn, Eliza Weaver.London : published by John Mason, 14, City-Road; and sold at 66, Paternoster-Row : Roche, printer, 70, Old Street-Road, 1831.
1831EnglandAddress to the people of Great Britain and Ireland, : unanimously adopted at a general meeting of the London Anti-slavery Society, held April 23, 1831..Anti-slavery Society (Great Britain)London: : S. Bagster, jun. printer, 14, Bartholomew Close., [1831]
1831EnglandSlave manumissions, Jamaica. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 14 February 1831;-- for, returns of all manumissions, between the period commencing with the first registration of slaves in 1817 to 28 June 1826; distinguishing gratuitous manumissions from such as are paid for;-- and, of the number of persons to whom certificates of manumission have been granted by the magistrates and vestry of the several parishes of the island of Jamaica, since the passing of the Act of 5 Geo. IV. c. 21. Colonial Department, Downing-street, 26th March 1831. (signed) Howick. ...Great Britain. Colonial Office[London, England : s.n., 1831]
1831EnglandProtectors of slaves reports. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 15 December 1830;--for, copy of any reports which may have been received from the protectors of slaves in the colonies of Demerara, Berbice, Trinidad, St. Lucia, the Cape of Good Hope and Mauritius, since the last similar reports presented to Parliament from each of these colonies respectively; together with copies of the proceedings and decisions in each case of complaint between masters and slaves, whether the proceedings may have terminated before the protector, or may have been referred to colonial magistrates, or other public officers or courts. Part II.--Berbice. Colonial Department, Downing-street, 3 March 1831. Howick. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed 10 March 1831.Berbice. Office of Protector of Slaves.[London, England : s.n., 1831]
1831EnglandProtectors of slaves reports. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 15 December 1830;--for, copy of any reports which may have been received from the protectors of slaves in the colonies of Demerara, Berbice, Trinidad, St. Lucia, the Cape of Good Hope and Mauritius, since the last similar reports presented to Parliament from each of these colonies respectively; together with copies of the proceedings and decisions in each case of complaint between masters and slaves, whether the proceedings may have terminated before the protector, or may have been referred to colonial magistrates, or other public officers or courts. Part I.--Demerara. Colonial Department, Downing-street, 3 March 1831. Howick. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed 10 March 1831.Demerara. Office of Protector of Slaves.[London, England : s.n., 1831]
1831EnglandCalumny exposed; or, Observations on No. XLIV of the Anti-slavery monthly reporter.Vicars, Richard.London: : James Ridgway, Piccadilly., MDCCCXXXI. [1831]
1831EnglandThe history of Mary Prince, a West Indian slavePrince, Mary.London : Published by F. Westley and A.H. Davis; and by Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh, 1831 [London: S. Bagster, Jun., Printer]
1831EnglandA practical medico-historical account of the western coast of Africa : embracing a topographical description of its shores, rivers, and settlements, with their seasons and comparative healthiness : together with the causes, symptoms, and treatment, of the fevers of western Africa; and a similar account respecting the other diseases which prevail thereBoyle, James.London : S. Highley, 32, Fleet Street; Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; and Hodges & Smith, Dublin : Printed by G. Hayden, Little College-Street, Westminster, 1831.
1831EnglandSlavery at the Cape of Good Hope.Wright, William, 1813-1855.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row; and John Rodwell, Bond-Street. Milliken and Son, Dublin., 1831.
1831EnglandNarrative of the Ashantee War; : with a view of the present state of the colony of Sierra Leone.Ricketts, H. I.London: : Simpkin and Marshall, Stationer's-Hall Court; T. Egerton, Whitehall; and J. Ridgway, Piccadilly., 1831.
1831EnglandAmerican Colonization Society. Liberia.Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865.[London? : s.n., 1831?]
1831EnglandRough sketches of the life of an old soldier: : during a service in the West Indies; at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; in the Peninsula and the south of France in the campaigns from 1808 to 1814, with the Light division; in the Netherlands in 1815; including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo: with a slight sketch of the three years passed by the army of occupation in France, &c. &c. &c.Leach, J. (Jonathan), 1784-1855.London: : Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row., M.DCCC.XXXI. [1831]
1831EnglandTravels and researches of eminent English missionaries; : including an historical sketch of the progress and present state of some of the principal Protestant missions of late years.Picken, Andrew, 1788-1833.London: : William Kidd, 6, Old Bond Street., MDCCCXXXI. [1831].
1831EnglandTo the people of Great Britain and Ireland..[London] : Printed by Maurice and Co., Fenchurch Street., [1831]
1831EnglandThe Ethiopian melodist. ...[London, England] : Birt, printer, 39, Great St. Andrew Street, Seven Dials, London., between 1831 and 1845?]
1831IrelandThe Shipwreck of the Alceste, an English frigate, in the Straits of Gasper. : Also, the shipwreck of the Medusa, a French frigate, on the coast of Africa; with observations and reflections thereon.Dublin: : Printed by Thomas I. White, 149, Abbey Street., 1831.
1831KentuckyAn address delivered before the Colonization society of Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the 6th day of January, 1831Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Frankfort, K. : A.G.Hodges, Printer, Commentator Office, 1831.
1831LouisianaMemorial and remonstrance to Congress, on the repeal of the duties on foreign sugar,Louisiana. LegislatureNew-Orleans [La.]. : Printed by A.T. Penniman & Co., 1831.
1831MarylandReport of the directors of the Maryland Penitentiary, : made to the executive, and communicated by His Excellency, Governor Howard to the legislature, at December session, 1831..Maryland Penitentiary.Baltimore: : Printed by James Lucas and E.K. Deaver, 19 South Calvert street., 1831..
1831MarylandAddress of the Maryland State Colonization Society to the people of Maryland; : with the constitution of the Society, and an appendix.Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : Printed by Lucas & Deaver, No. 19 S. Calvert street., 1831..
1831MarylandThe confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. : as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the Court of Southampton; : with the certificate, under seal of the Court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. : Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the Court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c..Turner, Nat, 1800?-1831.Baltimore: : Published by Thomas R. Gray. : Lucas & Deaver, print., 1831..
1831MassachusettsNotices of Brazil in 1828 and 1829.Walsh, R. (Robert), 1772-1852.Boston: : Richardson, Lord & Holbrook, William Hyde, Crocker & Brewster, and Carter, Hendee & Babcock; ; New York, : G. & C. & H. Carvill, and H.C. Sleight; ; Philadelphia, : Carey & Hart., 1831.
1831MassachusettsScientific tracts : designed for instruction and entertainment, and adapted to schools, lyceums, and familiesScientific tracts (1831-1833)Boston : Published by Carter, Hendee, and Babcock ..., 1831-1833.
1831MassachusettsA brief history of the island of HaytiTuttle, Sarah.Boston : Printed by T.R. Marvin, for the Massachusetts Sabbath School Union, 1831.
1831MassachusettsAn address, delivered before the free people of color, : in Philadelphia, New-York, and other cities, during the month of June, 1831.Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : printed by Stephen Foster., 1831..
1831MassachusettsA brief and impartial history of the life and actions of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States.Snelling, William Joseph, 1804-1848.Boston: : Stimpson and Clapp., 1831.
1831MassachusettsThe Aurora borealis, or Flashes of wit; : calculated to drown dull care and eradicate the blue devils. With original etchings, designed and executed by D.C. Johnston.Published in Boston, : by the editor of the Galaxy of wit. Sold in Philadelphia by John Grigg, and Carey and Hart, and in New York by Elam Bliss., 1831.
1831MassachusettsHeadlands in the life of Henry Clay. : No. I, from 1797 to 1827..[Boston, Mass.] : Printed by Leavitt & Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston. Price, {dollar}1 per 100., [1831?]
1831New JerseyA statement of facts respecting the American Colonization Society, and the colony at Liberia.Massachusetts Colonization Society.Princeton, N.J. : Printed by Wm. D'Hart., 1831..
1831New YorkThe practicability of the abolition of slavery: : a lecture, delivered at the lyceum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, February, 1831..Sedgwick, Theodore, 1780-1839.New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, Nassau-Street, corner of Ann., 1831..
1831New YorkLife and times of His late Majesty, George the Fourth: : with anecdotes of distinguished persons of the last fifty years.Croly, George, 1780-1860.New=York : printed by J. & J. Harper, 82 Cliff-St. : Sold by Collins & Hannay, Collins & Co., G. & C. & H. Carvill ... [and 17 others in various cities], 1831.
1831New YorkAuthentic and impartial narrative of the tragical scene : which was witnessed in Southampton County (Virginia) on Monday the 22d of August last, when fifty-five of its inhabitants (mostly women and children) were inhumanly massacred by the Blacks! Communicated by those who were eye witnesses of the bloody scene, ...Warner, Samuel.[New York] : Printed for Warner & West, 1831.
1831New YorkBiography of Henry Clay.Prentice, George D. (George Denison), 1802-1870.New-York: : John Jay Phelps., 1831..
1831New YorkNarrative of discovery and adventure in Africa : from the earliest ages to the present time: with illustrations of the geology, mineralogy, and zoologyJameson, Robert, 1774-1854.New-York : printed by J. & J. Harper. Sold by Collins & Hannay [and 5 others];--Albany, O. Steele, and Little & Cummings;--Philadelphia, John Grigg [and 5 others], 1831.
1831New YorkSir Edward Seaward's narrative of his ship-wreck, : and consequent discovery of certain islands in the Caribbean sea; with a detail of many extraordinary and highly interesting events in his life, from the year 1733 to 1749, as written in his own diary.Porter, Jane, 1776-1850.New-York: : Printed and published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82 Cliff-Street. And sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1831..
1831New YorkLife and times of His late Majesty George the Fourth. : With anecdotes of distinguished persons of the last fifty years.Croly, George, 1780-1860.New=York: : published by J. & J. Harper, 82 Cliff-St. : Sold by Collins & Hannay, Collins & Co., G. & C. & H. Carvill ... [and 17 others in various cities], 1831.
1831New YorkAddress, delivered to the graduates of Rutgers College, at commencement held in the Reformed Dutch Church, New Brunswick, N.J. July 20, 1831,Milledoler, Philip, 1775-1852.New York: : Rutgers Press-- : William A. Mercein, printer, 240 Pearl Street., 1831..
1831New YorkCollege for colored youth. : An account of the New-Haven city meeting and resolutions, with recommendations of the college, and strictures upon the doings of New-Haven..New-York: : Published by the Committee., 1831..
1831PennsylvaniaFirst and second annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, : made to the legislature at the sessions of 1829-30, and 1830-31.Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas Kite, 64, Walnut Street, for the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons., 1831..
1831PennsylvaniaMedical statistics : consisting of estimates relating to the population of Philadelphia, with its changes as influenced by the deaths and births, during ten years, viz. from 1821 to 1830, inclusiveEmerson, G. (Gouverneur), 1796-1874.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph R.A. Skerrett, 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaConstitution of the American Society of Free Persons of Colour, for improving their condition in the United States; for purchasing lands; and for the establishment of a settlement in Upper Canada : Also the proceedings of the convention, with their address to the free persons of color in the United States.American Society of Free Persons of Colour.Philadelphia : Printed by J.W. Allen, 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaThe life of Africaner, a Namacqua chief, of South AfricaCampbell, John, 1766-1840.[Philadelphia] : American Sunday School Union. Philadelphia, No. 146 Chesnut Street, 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaBy-laws of the Board of Directors of the Public Schools, for the First Section of the First School District of the State of Pennsylvania. : Adopted at a meeting held February 18, 1831.First School District of the State of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pa.). First Section. Directors of the Public SchoolsPhiladelphia: : Mifflin & Parry, printers, no. 59, Locust Street., 1831..
1831PennsylvaniaFourth annual report of the Infant School Society of Philadelphia.Infant School Society of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : Printed by Wm. F. Geddes, 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaAn address to Christians of all denominations, : on the inconsistency of admitting slave-holders to communion and church membership..Lewis, Evan, 1782-1834.Philadelphia: : S.C. Atkinson, printer. 12 Hudson's Alley., 1831..
1831PennsylvaniaMinutes and proceedings of the first annual Convention of the People of Colour : held by adjournments in the city of Philadelphia, from the sixth to the eleventh of June, inclusive, 1831.Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (1st : 1831 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : Published by order of the Committee of Arrangements, 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaThe third annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Jesper Harding, printer., 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Board of Directors of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at a stated meeting, held at Philadelphia, on the tenth and eleventh of May, 1831. : Together with the report of the Executive Committee, from May 12th, 1830, to May 10th, 1831.Episcopal Church. Domestic and Foreign Missionary SocietyPhiladelphia: : Printed by William Stavely, No. 99, South Second Street., 1831.
1831PennsylvaniaSir, The situation of the children of the coloured population of our city, makes a strong appeal to the humanity and benevolence of our citizens; ...[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1831]
1831Rhode IslandMutiny and murder. : Confession of Charles Gibbs, a native of Rhode Island. : Who, with Thomas J. Wansley, was doomed to be hung in New-York on the 22d of April last, for the murder of the captain and mate of the Brig Vineyard, on her passage from New-Orleans to Philadelphia, in November 1830. : Gibbs confesses that within a few years he has participated in the murder of nearly 400 human beings! : Annexed, is a solemn address to youth. : [Four lines of verse].Gibbs, Charles, 1794?-1831.Providence: : Printed for and published by Israel Smith., 1831.
1831TennesseeThe statute laws of the State of Tennessee, of a public and general nature;Tennessee.Knoxville, T. : F.S. Heiskell, printer and publisher., 1831.
1831United StatesThe works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher, : in four parts. Containing 1. His Complete master-piece; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added, The family physician, being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body. 2. His Experienced midwife; absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses and child bearing women. 3. His Book of problems, containing various questions and answers, relative to the state of man's body. 4. His Last legacy; unfolding the secrets of nature respecting the generation of man..Aristotle, pseud.New-England: : Printed for the publishers., 1831..
1831United StatesThe works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher, : in four parts. Containing 1. His Complete master-piece; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added, The family physician, being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body. 2. His Experienced midwife; absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses and child bearing women. 3. His Book of problems, containing various questions and answers, relative to the state of man's body. 4. His Last legacy; unfolding the secrets of nature respecting the generation of man..Aristotle, pseud.New-England: : Printed for the publishers., 1831..
1831VirginiaChronicles of border warfare, or A history of the settlement by the whites, of north-western Virginia: : and of the Indian wars and massacres, in that section of the state; with reflections, anecdotes, &c.Withers, Alexander Scott, 1792-1865.Clarksburg, Va. : Published by Joseph Israel,, 1831.
1832District of ColumbiaThe fifteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States : With an appendix.American Colonization Society.Washington : printed by James C. Dunn, Georgetown, D.C., 1832.
1832District of ColumbiaAddress of the managers of the American Colonization Society, to the people of the United States : Adopted at their meeting, June 19, 1832.American Colonization Society. Board of Managers.Washington : printed by James C. Dunn, Georgetown, D.C., 1832.
1832EnglandFour essays on colonial slavery.Jeremie, John, Sir, 1795-1841.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1832..
1832EnglandJamaica. (Slave trade.) : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 9 August 1832;-- for copy of dispatch, dated 10th December 1774, from the Earl of Dartmouth to Sir Basil Keith, Governor of Jamaica, with memorials from London, Bristol, and Liverpool, on the subject of an act passed by the Assembly of Jamaica in that year, imposing a duty on each slave imported:-- also, the foregoing memorials; report of the Board of Trade upon the subject of the foregoing act; additional dispatch or instruction, dated 3d March 1775, to Sir Basil Keith; letter, dated 12th June 1775, from Sir Basil Keith to the Earl of Dartmouth; letter, dated 6th November 1775, from Sir Basil Keith to the Earl of Dartmouth; instructions to the governors of the West India colonies, requiring them to withhold their assent to any act imposing additional duties on the importation of negroes. Colonial Department, Downing-street, 15 August 1832. R.W. Hay. (Mr. Burge.) Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 16 August 1832. 738.Great Britain. Colonial Office[London, England : s.n., 1832]
1832EnglandSlave manumissions, Jamaica. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 30 March 1832;-- for, a return of all manumissions granted in the island of Jamaica, from 1st January 1825 to 31st December 1830; distinguishing the number each year, and those which are gratuitous, or for which only a nominal consideration was paid, from those which were paid for. Colonial Department, 5 April 1832. Howick. ...Great Britain. Colonial Office[London, England : s.n., 1832]
1832EnglandJamaica:-- religious instruction. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 6 April 1832;-- for, copy of any report or reports from the Bishop of Jamaica, or of any other information in the possession of the government, showing the means furnished by that colony for the religious instruction of the coloured and slave population, the number of churches, chapels and other places of worship, and of the rectors, curates, catechists and schools therein. Colonial Department, Downing-street, 24 May 1832. Howick. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 24 May 1832.Church of England. Diocese of Jamaica. Bishop (1825-1843 : Lipscomb)[London, England : s.n., 1832]
1832EnglandThe utter extinction of slavery an object of scripture prophecy: : a lecture the substance of which was delivered at the annual meeting of the Chelmsford Ladies' Anti-Slavery Association, in the Friend's meeting-house, on Tuesday, the 17th of April, 1832: William Knight, Esq. treasurer, in the chair. With elucidatory notes.Ivimey, Joseph, 1773-1834.London: : Sold by G. Wightman, Paternoster Row; Messrs. Hatchard, Piccadilly; Messrs. Seeley, Fleet Street; Holdsworth and Ball, St. Paul's Church Yard; Westley and Co. Stationers' Court; Mason, City Road, and Paternoster Row; Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street; J.W. Calder, Oxford Street; and at the book room, in Exeter Hall., 1832..
1832EnglandDomestic manners of the Americans.Trollope, Frances Milton, 1780-1863.London: : Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. ; New-York: : Reprinted for the booksellers., 1832.
1832EnglandDemerara : A taleMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.London : Charles Fox, 1832 [Printed by W. Clowes].
1832EnglandLife in the wilds. : A tale.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.London: : Charles Fox, 67, Paternoster-Row., MDCCCXXXII. [1832]
1832EnglandDomestic manners of the Americans.Trollope, Frances Milton, 1780-1863.London: : Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. ; New-York: : Reprinted for the booksellers., 1832.
1832EnglandSix months in America.Vigne, Godfrey Thomas, 1801-1863.London: : Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. Ave Maria Lane., 1832.
1832EnglandA ramble of six thousand miles through the United States of America.Ferrall, S. A. (Simon Ansley), d. 1844.London : Published by Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange., 1832.
1832EnglandSix months in the West Indies, in 1825Coleridge, Henry Nelson, 1798-1843.London : John Murray, Albemarle Street : printed by William Clowes, Stamford Street, 1832.
1832EnglandThe West India question. : Immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger. An outline for immediate emancipation; and remarks on compensation.Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865.London: : Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court; and Edmund Fry, 73, Houndsditch., 1832.
1832EnglandDomestic manners of the Americans.Trollope, Frances Milton, 1780-1863.London: : Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, & Co. Ave-Maria-Lane., 1832.
1832EnglandJournal of an expedition to explore the course and termination of the Niger; : with a narrative of a voyage down that river to its termination.Lander, Richard, 1804-1834.London: : John Murray, Albemarle-Street., MDCCCXXXII. [1832]
1832EnglandAmerican Colonization Society. (To the editors of the Albion.) : "Judge of the feelings with which we hear the motives and doings of the Colonization Society traduced ..."American Colonization Society.[Liverpool] : E. Smith and Co. Printers, Liverpool, [1832].
1832EnglandAntigua : apprenticed Africans. : Return to an address to His Majesty, dated 9 August 1832;-for, copy of any report of a Committee of the Council and Assembly of Antigua, respecting the state of the apprenticed Africans liberated by the crown in 1828, and of the manner in which they employ themselves. Colonial Department, Downing-Street, 15 August 1832. R.W. Hay. (Mr. Burge.)Antigua. Council.[London] : Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 16 August 1832.
1832EnglandSelections from the speeches and writings of the Right Honourable Henry, Lord Brougham & Vaux, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain : With a brief memoir of His Lordship's life.Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.London : James Ridgway, Piccadilly : Tilling, printer, Chelsea, 1832.
1832EnglandSir Edward Seaward's narrative of his shipwreck, : and consequent discovery of certain islands in the Caribbean sea; with a detail of many extraordinary and highly interesting events in his life, from the year 1733 to 1749. As written in his own diary.Porter, Jane, 1776-1850.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, Paternoster-Row., 1832..
1832EnglandReflections on the politics, intercourse, and trade of the ancient nations of Africa.Heeren, A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig), 1760-1842.Oxford: : Published by D.A. Talboys., 1832..
1832EnglandAddress to manufacturers, traders, and others, on the importance of preserving the colonies.[London : Printed by A.J. Valpy, 1832].
1832EnglandFacts and documents connected with the late insurrection in Jamaica, and the violations of civil and religious liberty arising out of it..[London] : Teape and Son, printers, Tower-Hill., [1832?]
1832EnglandThe tourist; : a literary and anti-slavery journal.London : Published by John Crisp, 27, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row; and sold by all booksellers., 1833.
1832FranceVoyage au Congo et dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique equinoxiale, : fait dans les années 1828, 1829 et 1830,Douville, Jean-Baptiste, 1794-1837.A Paris, : Chez Jules Renouard, libraire, rue de Tournon, n. 6. ; Imprimé chez Paul Renouard, rue Garencière, n. 5., 1832.
1832MarylandReport of the Committee on Grievances and Courts of Justice, of the House of Delegates, relative to the colored population of Maryland.Maryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee on Grievances and Courts of JusticeAnnapolis: : Printed by Jeremiah Hughes., 1832..
1832MarylandColonization of the free colored population of Maryland, : and of such slaves as may hereafter become free. Statement of facts, for the use of those who have not yet reflected on this important subject..Harper, Charles C.Baltimore: : published by the managers appointed by the state of Maryland. : J. Robinson, printer., 1832..
1832MassachusettsA discourse on slavery in the United States, : delivered in Brooklyn, July 3, 1831.May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871.Boston: : Published by Garrison and Knapp., 1832..
1832MassachusettsDemerara : A taleMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Boston : Leonard C. Bowles, 1832.
1832MassachusettsMemoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, : a native of Africa, who was enslaved in childhood, and died in Boston, January 3, 1815, aged 65 years.Webb, Mary, 1768?-1861.Boston: : Published by James Loring, 132 Washington Street., 1832.
1832MassachusettsThoughts on African colonization: : or An impartial exhibition of the doctrines, principles and purposes of the American Colonization Society. : Together with the resolutions, addresses and remonstrances of the free people of color.Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : printed and published by Garrison and Knapp, No. 11, Merchants' Hall., 1832..
1832MassachusettsAn address on the progress of the abolition cause; : delivered before the African Abolition Freehold Society of Boston, July 16, 1832.Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : Printed by Garrison and Knapp., 1832..
1832MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the twenty-third annual meeting : which was held in the City of New York, Oct. 3, 4, and 5, 1832.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board by Crocker and Brewster, 1832.
1832MassachusettsProspectus of the Liberator, : volume III..Garrison & Knapp.[Boston? s.n., 1832?]
1832MassachusettsJuvenile biography; or Brief memoirs of Catharine Chambers, Ann Wade, Isabel[-]la Turnbull, Margaret Cornish, Hannah Askew, Poor Sarah, and the Praying youths. Vol. IX.Boston: : Published by C.D. Strong, No. 17, Cornhill., 1832.
1832MassachusettsProspectus of the Liberator, volume III.[Boston: Garrison & Knapp, 1832].
1832New JerseyThe religious instruction of the Negroes : A sermon, delivered before associations of planters in Liberty and M'Intosh counties, GeorgiaJones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863.Princeton, N.J. : printed by D'Hart & Connolly, 1832.
1832New YorkJournal of an expedition to explore the course and termination of the Niger: : with a narrative of a voyage down that river to its termination.Lander, Richard, 1804-1834.New-York: : Printed and published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82 Cliff-Street, and for sale by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1832..
1832New YorkTales and novelsEdgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.New-York: : printed and published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82 Cliff-Street. And sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1832-[1834]
1832New YorkSketches of the life, writings, and opinions of Thomas Jefferson; : with selections of the most valuable portions of his voluminous and unrivaled private correspondence.Rayner, B. L.New-York: : Published by A. Francis and W. Boardman., 1832.
1832New YorkA narrative of four voyages, : to the South Sea, North and South Pacific Ocean, Chinese Sea, Ethiopic and southern Atlantic Ocean, Indian and Antarctic Ocean. From the year 1822 to 1831. : Comprising critical surveys of coasts and islands, with sailing directions. And an account of some new and valuable discoveries, including the Massacre Islands, where thirteen of the author's crew were massacred and eaten by cannibals. To which is prefixed a brief sketch of the author's early life.Morrell, Benjamin, 1795-1839.New-York: : Printed and published by J. & J. Harper, No. 82 Cliff-Street. And sold by the booksellers generally throughout the United States., 1832..
1832New YorkThe Lady's cabinet album..New-York: : Published by Peabody and Co., MDCCCXXXII. [i.e., 1832]
1832PennsylvaniaSwallow barn, or A sojourn in the Old Dominion. : In two volumes..Kennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.Philadelphia: : Carey & Lea, Chestnut Street., 1832..
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : and of its probable results; under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Stereotyped by L. Johnson, June 19, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results, under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. MercerCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia] : Young, printer, April 26, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaReflections on the causes that led to the formation of the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results : under the following heads: The increase of the coloured population. The origin of the Colonization Society. The manumission of slaves in this country ... The situation of the colonists at Monrovia and other towns ... The effects of the colonization on the slave trade--with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed trafficCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by Wm. F. Geddes, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaAn easy introduction to the study of geography : on an improved plan compiled for the use of schools, with a view to render the acquisition of geographical science easy and pleasant to the student : Illustrated by maps of the principal cities in the United States, and by numerous cuts : Accompanied by a new atlas, exhibiting the elevation of mountains, length of rivers, and population of cities : From the best authoritiesSmiley, Thomas T. (Thomas Tucker), d. 1879.Philadelphia : Printed for the author, and for sale at J. Grigg's, No. 9, North Fourth Street, and by booksellers and country merchants generally in the United States : Jesper Harding, printer, 1832, c1820.
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : and on its probable results; under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Stereotyped by L. Johnson, Sept. 7, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results, under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. Charles F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Young, printer, May 29, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaThe origin and proceedings of the Philadelphia Association of Friends, for the Instruction of Poor Children..Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw., 1832..
1832PennsylvaniaThe importance of the subject to which the following correspondence has given rise, will we think be generally admitted ... : At a meeting of the executive committee of "The Pennsylvania Society for discouraging the use of Ardent Spirits," held at Philadelphia, July 10th, 1832 : it was resolved, that the correspondence between the president of this society, and the managers of the American Colonization Society, on the subject of preventing the importation of ardent spirits into the colony of Liberia, be published ...Pennsylvania Society for Discouraging the Use of Ardent Spirits.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1832]
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results, under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. MercerCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia] : Young, printer, April 26, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaA view of the present condition of the slave population in the island of Puerto Rico, : under the Spanish government. Showing the impolicy and danger of prematurely emancipating the West India slaves. With observations on the destructive tendency of injudicious reform and revolutionary principles on the prosperity of nations and colonies. Illustrated by facts, and supported by the authority of official documents.Flinter, George Dawson, d. 1838.Philadelphia: : Printed by Adam Waldie., 1832..
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results, under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Young, printer, April 26, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : with a view of its probable results, under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Young, printer, April 26, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaLife in the wilds : A taleMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Philadelphia : published by E. Littell. T. Holden--E.J. Coale & J.S. Littell, Baltimore--G. & C. & H. Carvill, New York. William Brown, printer, 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaSir, thoroughly satisfied, on the most mature reflection, that the Colonization Society, if supported by public and private patronage, in any degree commensurate with its usefulness, cannot fail to produce consequences the most salutary ....Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1832]
1832PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at meetings held in New-York, during the session of the General Convention in October, 1832. : Together with the report of the Board of Directors, from May 10, 1831, to Oct. 13, 1832.Episcopal Church. Domestic and Foreign Missionary SocietyPhiladelphia: : Printed by William Stavely, No. 99, South Second Street., 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaA remonstrance against the proceedings of a meeting, held November 23d, 1831, at Upton's, in Dock Street, Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : for sale at no. 78, George Street., 1832.
1832PennsylvaniaThe last illness and death of George Hardy, a coloured boy..[Philadelphia] : Published by the Tract Association of Friends at their depository, no. 84, Mulberry Street, Philadelphia., [1832?]
1832PennsylvaniaTo the honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met : the memorial of the subscribers, free people of colour, residing in the county of Philadelphia, respectfully sheweth, that having learned that memorials have been presented to the Legislature, praying for its action to prevent the further immigration of free coloured people into this Commonwealth ...[Philadelphia : s.n., 1832]
1832Rhode IslandThe narrative of Eleazer Sherman, : giving an account of his life, experience, call to the ministry of the Gospel, and travels as such to the present time. Three volumes in one. Volume I[-III].Sherman, Eleazer, b. 1795.Providence [R.I.]: : H.H. Brown.....printer., 1832.
1832South CarolinaA collection of the ordinances of the City Council of Charleston, from the 10th day of October, 1826, to the 13th day of March, 1832 : to which are added, the acts of the Legislature of South-Carolina, relating to the corporation of Charleston, passed in and since December 1825.Charleston (S.C.)Charleston : Printed by Archibald Miller, No. 4, Broad-Street, 1832.
1832United StatesStrictures on Mr. Lee's Exposition of evidence on the sugar duty, in behalf of the committee appointed by the Free-Trade Convention.Hambden.[United States : s.n., not before 1832]
1832United StatesTo the public. No. 5. : Should our sainted sires, who framed the Constitution, behold the power expressly vested in Congress by the people, they would be pained to see the all-important trust delegated to a company and by states to three hundred and more associations in defiance of the law, delegatus non protest delegare. ...[United States : s.n., 1832]
1832United StatesA Plea for the slave. : Addressed to all professing Christians in America.[United States : s.n., between 1832 and 1834]
1832VermontA discourse, on the moral, legal and domestic condition of our colored population : preached before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, October 17, 1832Converse, J. K. (John Kendrick), 1801-1880.Burlington [Vt.] : Edward Smith.(Successor to Chauncey Goodrich.), 1832 [From the University Press].
1832VirginiaThe letter of Appomattox to the people of Virginia : exhibiting a connected view of the recent proceedings in the House of Delegates, on the subject of the abolition of slavery; and a succinct account of the doctrines broached by the friends of abolition, in debate: and the mischievous tendency of those proceedings and doctrines.Appomattox, pseud.Richmond [Va.] : Thomas W. White, Printer, 1832.
1832VirginiaThe speech of John A. Chandler, (of Norfolk County,) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the policy of the state with respect to her slave population : Delivered January 17, 1832.Chandler, John A.Richmond : Thomas W. White, printer, 1832.
1832VirginiaThe confessions of Nat Turner, the leader of the late insurrection in Southampton, Va. as fully and voluntarily made to Thomas R. Gray, in the prison where he was confined, and acknowledged by him to be such when read before the court of Southampton: with the certificate, under seal of the court convened at Jerusalem, Nov. 5, 1831, for his trial. Also, an authentic account of the whole insurrection, with lists of the whites who were murdered, and of the negroes brought before the court of Southampton, and there sentenced, &c.Turner, Nat, 1800?-1831.Richmond, T.R. Gray, 1832.
1832VirginiaThe speech of Charles Jas. Faulkner, (of Berkeley) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the policy of the state with respect to her slave population. : Delivered January 20, 1832..Faulkner, Charles James, 1806-1884.Richmond: : Thomas W. White, printer., 1832..
1832VirginiaThe speech of John Thompson Brown, in the House of Delegates of Virginia : on the abolition of slavery : Delivered Wednesday, January 18, 1832.Brown, John Thompson.Richmond : Thomas W. White, printer, 1832.
1832VirginiaThe speech of Thomas J. Randolph, (of Albemarle,) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the abolition of slavery: : delivered Saturday, Jan. 21, 1832.Randolph, Thomas Jefferson, 1792-1875.Richmond [Va.]: : Printed by Thomas W. White, opposite the Bell Tavern., 1832.
1832VirginiaReview of the debate in the Virginia legislature of 1831 and 1832.Dew, Thomas R. (Thomas Roderick), 1802-1846.Richmond: : printed by T.W. White, opposite the Bell Tavern., 1832.
1832VirginiaThe speech of William H. Brodnax, (of Dinwiddie) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the policy of the state with respect to its colored population : Delivered January 19, 1832.Brodnax, William H. (William Henry), 1786-1834.Richmond [Va.]: Thomas W. White, printer, 1832.
1833ConnecticutThe West India question. : Immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger. An outline for immediate emancipation; and remarks on compensation.Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865.New Haven [Conn.]: : Hezekiah Howe & Co., 1833.
1833ConnecticutReview of pamphlets on slavery and colonization : First published in the Quarterly Christian spectator, for March, 1833.Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881.New-Haven : Published and sold by A.H. Maltby. Boston--Pierce and Parker. Printed by Baldwin & Ellis, 1833.
1833ConnecticutThe injustice and impolicy of the slave trade, and of the slavery of the Africans : illustrated in a sermon preached before the Connecticut society for the promotion of freedom, and for the relief of persons unlawfully holden in bondage, at their annual meeting in New Haven, September 15, 1791.Edwards, Jonathan, 1745-1801.New Haven : New Haven anti-slavery society, 1833.
1833ConnecticutThe injustice and impolicy of the slave trade, and of the slavery of the Africans: : illustrated in a sermon preached before the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and for the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage, at their annual meeting in New Haven, September 15, 1791.Edwards, Jonathan, 1745-1801.New Haven: : published by the New Haven Anti-Slavery Society. : Press of Whitmore & Buckingham., 1833..
1833ConnecticutA geographical view of the world, : embracing the manners, customs and pursuits, of every nation; founded on the best authorities.Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840.Hartford [Conn]: : D.F. Robinson & Co., 1833.
1833ConnecticutA journal, comprising an account of the loss of the brig Commerce, : of Hartford, (Con.) James Riley, master, upon the western coast of Africa, August 28th, 1815; also of the slavery and sufferings of the author and the rest of the crew, upon the desert of Zahara, in the years 1815, 1816, 1817; with accounts of the manners, customs, and habits of the wandering Arabs; also, a brief historical and geographical view of the continent of Africa.Robbins, Archibald, 1792-1865.Hartford, Ct. : Published by Andrus & Judd, 1833..
1833ConnecticutA sketch of the origin and progress of the American Colonization Society, : with some notice of the slave trade, and of the interior condition of Africa.Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by P. Canfield., 1833.
1833District of ColumbiaThe sixteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States : With an appendix.American Colonization Society.Washington : printed by James C. Dunn, Georgetown, D.C., 1833.
1833EnglandThe life of the Rev. T.T. Thomason, : M.A. late chaplain to the Honourable East India Company.Sargent, John, 1780-1833.[London] : Published by R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside: and sold by L.B. Seeley and Sons, Fleet Street, London., 1833.
1833EnglandThe United States of North America.Murat, Achille, 1801-1847.London: : Published by Effingham Wilson, 88, Royal Exchange; W. F. Wakeman, Dublin; Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh. Bancks and Co. Manchester., 1833..
1833EnglandTravels and researches in Caffraria: : describing the character, customs, and moral condition of the tribes inhabiting that portion of southern Africa: with historical and topographical remarks illustrative of the state and prospects of the British settlement in its borders, the introduction of Christianity, and the progress of civilization.Kay, Stephen.London: : Published by John Mason, 14, City-Road, and sold at 66, Paternoster-Row., MDCCCXXXIII. [1833]
1833EnglandThe speeches of Mr. Barrett and of Mr. Burge : at a general meeting of planters, merchants, and others, interested in the West-India Colonies ; assembled at the Thatched-house Tavern, on the 18th May, 1833. Printed at the request of the meeting.Barrett, member of the House of Assembly, Jamaica.London : Printed and published by A.J. Valpy; and sold by all booksellers, 1833.
1833EnglandWages or the whip : an essay on the comparative cost and productiveness of free and slave labourConder, Josiah, 1789-1855.London : Sold by Hatchard and son ; J. and A. Arch ; and Jackson and Walford, 1833. [G. Woodfall, Printer].
1833EnglandA letter to Thos. Fowell Buxton ... in refutation of his allegations respecting the decrease of the slaves in the British West India coloniesMcDonnell, Alexander, 1798-1835.London : Effingham Wilson, 1833 [printed by Maurice & Co.].
1833EnglandThe history of maritime and inland discovery.Cooley, William Desborough, d. 1883.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. ; Boston: : Lilly, Wait, & Company., 1833.
1833EnglandA letter to Thomas Wilson, Esq. treasurer of the London Missionary SocietyHankey, William Alers, 1771-1859.London : Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis : and Jackson and Walford, 1833 [Printed by R. Clay].
1833EnglandNarrative of voyages to explore the shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar; : performed in H.M. Ships Leven and Barracouta under the direction of Captain W. F. W. Owen, R.N. by command of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. In two volumes. Vol. I[-Vol. II]..Owen, W. F. W., 1774-1857.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1833..
1833EnglandWest India question. : The outline of a plan for the total, immediate, and safe abolition of slavery throughout the British colonies.Phillips, Joseph.London: : Published by J. and A. Arch, 61, Cornhill; and sold by Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly; Darton Harvey and Co., 55, Grace-Church Street; and all other booksellers., 1833..
1833EnglandAbstract of the report of the Lords committees on the condition and treatment of the colonial slaves, : and of the evidence taken by them on that subject;Great Britain. Parliament. House of LordsLondon: : printed for the Society for the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. : Sold by J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; by J. and A. Arch, Cornhill; and at the depôt for anti-slavery publications, 15, Paternoster Row., 1833..
1833EnglandA moral and political sketch of the United States of North America.Murat, Achille, 1801-1847.London: : Published by Effingham Wilson, 88, Royal Exchange; W. F. Wakeman, Dublin; Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh., 1833..
1833EnglandReport from the Select Committee on the Extinction of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions; : with the minutes of evidence, and general index. : Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 11 August 1832..Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the Extinction of Slavery Throughout the British DominionsLondon: : reprinted and published by J. Haddon, 27, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. : Sold by Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 23, Paternoster Row., 1833..
1833EnglandA review of the report of a Select Committee of the House of Commons, on the state of the West India colonies, ordered to be printed, 13th April, 1832; : or, The interests of the country and the prosperity of the West India planters mutually secured by the immediate abolition of slavery..Cropper, James, 1773-1840.Liverpool: : printed by Egerton Smith and Co. Lord-Street. ; [London] : Sold by J. and A. Arch, Cornhill, and Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly, London., 1833..
1833EnglandExcessive cruelty to slaves. : Three months in Jamaica, in 1832: comprising a residence of seven weeks on a sugar plantation.Whiteley, Henry.[London? : s.n., 1833?]
1833EnglandScenes in Africa and America, for the amusement and instruction of little tarry-at-home travellers.Taylor, Isaac, 1759-1829.London: : John Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church Yard., [1833?]
1833EnglandSketches of Canada and the United States.Mackenzie, William Lyon, 1795-1861.London: : Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange., MDCCCXXXIII. [1833]
1833EnglandDomestic manners and social condition of the white, coloured and negro population of the West IndiesCarmichael, Mrs. (A. C.)London : Whittaker, Treacher, and Co., Ave-Maria Lane : Printed by Manning and Smithson, 4, London-House Yard, 1833.
1833EnglandAn essay on the abolition of slavery throughout the British dominions, : without injury to the master or his property, with the least possible injury to the slave, without revolution, and without loss to the revenue..Bunn, Thomas, 1767-1853.Frome [England]: : Printed by W.P. Penny., 1833..
1833EnglandThe twenty-ninth report of the British and Foreign Bible Society; M.DCCC.XXXIII. : with an appendix; and a list of subscribers and benefactors.British and Foreign Bible Society.London : printed by J. Moyes, 28, Castle Street, Leicester Square : Sold at the society's house, Earl Street, Blackfriars; by W. Oliphant, and Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh; G. Gallie, Glasgow; J. Kilch, Aberdeen; and by all other booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1833.
1833EnglandThe immediate abolition of slavery, compatible with the safety and prosperity of the colonies : in a letter to the representatives of the Southern Division of Northumberland, and of the town and county of Newcastle on Tyne.Mortimer, G. F. W. (George Ferris Whidborne), 1805-1871.Newcastle upon Tyne [England]: : Printed at the Courant Office, by J. Blackwell and Co.: published by Finlay and Charlton, and Empson., 1833.
1833EnglandThree months in Jamaica, in 1832: : comprising a residence of seven weeks on a sugar plantation.Whiteley, Henry.London: : Published by J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1833.
1833EnglandThe life of William Roscoe,Roscoe, Henry, 1800-1836.London: : Printed for T. Cadell, Strand; and W. Blackwood, Edinburgh., 1833.
1833EnglandTransatlantic sketches : comprising visits to the most interesting scenes in North and South America, and the West Indies. With notes on Negro slavery and Canadian emigrationAlexander, James Edward, Sir, 1803-1885.London : Richard Bentley. Publisher in ordinary to His Majesty, 1833 [printed by Samuel Bentley].
1833EnglandMemoir of William Wilberforce, Esq. : Including a succinct history of the slave trade and its abolition.Price, Thomas, 1802-1868.London: : C. Wood and Son, Poppin's Court, Fleet Street; and James Paul, 53, Paternoster Row., 1833.
1833EnglandAn inquiry into the merits of the American Colonization Society: : and a reply to the charges brought against it. : With an account of the British African Colonization Society.Hodgkin, Thomas, 1798-1866.London: : J. & A. Arch, Cornhill; Harvey & Darton, Gracechurch Street; Edmund Fry, Houndsditch; and S. Highley, 32, Fleet Street. : R. Watts, printer, Crown Court, Temple Bar., 1833..
1833EnglandThe condition of the West India slave : contrasted with that of the infant slave in our English factoriesLondon : W. Kidd; and Simpkin and Marshall, [1833?] [C. Whittingham].
1833EnglandAnalysis of the report of a committee of the House of Commons on the extinction of slaveryLondon : printed for the Society for the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the British Dominions. Sold by J. Hatchard and Son; by J. and A. Arch; and at the Depôt for anti-slavery publications, 1833 [printed by S. Bagster, Jun.].
1833FranceDe la condition dans laquelle il convient de placer les Nègres en les affranchissantSismondi, J.-C.-L. Simonde de (Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde), 1773-1842.[France? : s.n.], Dècembre 1833.
1833GeorgiaDetail of a plan for the moral improvement of Negroes on plantations : Read before the Georgia PresbyteryClay, Thomas S. (Thomas Savage), 1801-1849.[Savannah, Ga.] : Printed at the request of the presbytery, 1833.
1833KentuckyLetters on slavery; : addressed to the Cumberland Congregation, Virginia.Paxton, J. D. (John D.), 1784-1868.Lexington, Ky.: : published by Abraham T. Skillman, bookseller and stationer., 1833..
1833MarylandAddress of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society.Maryland State Colonization Society.[Baltimore : the Society, 1833]
1833MassachusettsThe despotism of freedom : or The tyranny and cruelty of American republican slave-masters, shown to be the worst in the world : in a speech, delivered at the first anniversary of the New England Anti-slavery Society, 1833Child, David Lee, 1794-1874.Boston : published by the Boston Young Men's Anti-slavery Association, for the Diffusion of Truth : Press of Ford and Damrell, 1833.
1833MassachusettsLetters on American slavery, : addressed to Mr. Thomas Rankin, merchant at Middlebrook, Augusta Co., Va.Rankin, John, 1793-1886.Boston: : Published by Garrison & Knapp, No. 11, Merchant's Hall., 1833.
1833MassachusettsTwenty-fourth annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions : adopted at the meeting held in Philadelphia, October 18th, 19th, and 20th, 1833.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.], [1833].
1833MassachusettsProceedings at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Colonization Society, held in Park Street Church, Feb. 7, 1833. : Together with the speeches delivered on that occasion by Hon. Messrs. Everett, Ladd, and Cushing, and Rev. Messrs. Stow and Blagden. : Also the letters of His Excellency Governor Lincoln, and the Hon. Samuel Lathrop, communicated to the meeting..Massachusetts Colonization Society.Boston: : Printed by Peirce and Parker, No. 9, Cornhill., 1833..
1833MassachusettsSpeeches delivered at the Anti-Colonization Meeting, in Exeter Hall, London, July 13, 1833,Anti-Colonization Meeting (1833 : London, England)Boston: : Printed by Garrison & Knapp., 1833.
1833MassachusettsCommentaries on the Constitution of the United States; : with a preliminary review of the constitutional history of the colonies and states, before the adoption of the Constitution.Story, Joseph, 1779-1845.Boston: : Hilliard, Gray, and Company. ; Philadelphia: : P.H. Nicklin and T. Johnson., 1833.
1833MassachusettsFirst annual report of the board of managers of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society, : presented Jan. 9, 1833. : With an appendix..New-England Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Garrison and Knapp., 1833..
1833MassachusettsAn appeal in favor of that class of Americans called AfricansChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Boston : Allen and Ticknor, 1833.
1833MassachusettsCondition of the American colored population : and of the colony at Liberia.Massachusetts Colonization Society.Boston : published by Peirce & Parker, 1833.
1833MassachusettsAn oration pronounced at Boston before the Colonization Society of Massachusetts : on the anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1833Cushing, Caleb, 1800-1879.Boston : Lyceum Press--G.W. Light & Co., 1833.
1833MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the twenty-fourth annual meeting : which was held in the city of Philadelphia, Sept. 18, 19, and 20, 1833.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker and Brewster, 1833.
1833MassachusettsFruits of colonizationism![Boston : s.n., 1833?]
1833MassachusettsBritish opinions of the American Colonization Society.Boston: : Printed by Garrison & Knapp, at the Office of 'The Liberator,' No. 10, Merchants' Hall., 1833.
1833MassachusettsThe abolitionist.[Boston, Mass. : Printed by Garrison & Knapp, 1833].
1833MassachusettsThe Colonizationist and journal of freedom.Boston, Mass. : George W. Light & Co., 1833-1834.
1833MassachusettsThe Excitement; or, A book to induce young persons to read : Containing remarkable appearances in nature, signal preservations, and such incidents as are particularly fitted to arrest the youthful mind.Boston : Lilly, Wait, Colman, and Holden. Colman, Holden, and Co. Portland; Wm. Jackson, New York; Carey & Hart, Philadelphia; Coale & Littell, Baltimore, 1833.
1833New HampshireThe historical reader, : designed for the use of schools and families. On a new plan.Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857.Concord, N.H. : Published by Horatio Hill. ; Boston: : Richardson, Lord & Holbrook; Carter and Hendee, and Lincoln & Edmands. ; New-York: : N. & J. White, and Collins and Hannay. ; Philadelphia: : John Grigg, and Towar and Hogan; Portland [Me.]: : Samuel Colman., [1833?]
1833New YorkNarrative of voyages to explore the shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar; performed in H.M. ships Leven and Barracouta, under the direction of Captain W. F. W. Owen. R.N. by command of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty : In two volumes. Vol. I[-Vol. II]..Owen, W. F. W., 1774-1857.New-York: : Published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82, Cliff-Street. And sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., M DCCC XXXIII. [1833].
1833New YorkNubia and Abyssinia: : comprehending their civil history, antiquities, arts, religion, literature, and natural history.Russell, Michael, 1781-1848.New-York: : Printed and published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82 Cliff-Street, and sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1833.
1833New YorkNarrative of a voyage to the Ethiopic and south Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Chinese Sea, north and south Pacific Ocean, in the years 1829, 1830, 1831.Morrell, Abby Jane, b. 1809.New-York: : Published by J. & J. Harper, No 82 Cliff-Street, and sold by the booksellers generally throughout the United States., 1833..
1833New YorkThree years in North America.Stuart, James, 1775-1849.New-York: : Printed and published by J. & J. Harper, No. 82 Cliff-Street, and sold by the booksellers generally throughout the United States., 1833.
1833New YorkMinutes and proceedings of the third annual Convention, for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour in these United States, : held by adjournments in the city of Philadelphia, from the 3d to the 13th of June inclusive, 1833.Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (3rd : 1833 : Philadelphia, Pa.)New-York: : Published by order of the Convention., 1833.
1833New YorkThe dairyman's daughter, ; The young cottager, ; and The African servant. Authentic narratives--abridgedRichmond, Legh, 1772-1827.[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New-York., [between 1833 and 1894]
1833New YorkThe sin of slavery, and its remedy; : containing some reflections on the moral influence of African colonization.Wright, Elizur, 1804-1885.New-York: : Printed for the author., 1833.
1833New YorkA Yankee among the nullifiers : an auto-biographyGreene, Asa, 1789-1838.New-York : Printed and published by William Pearson, Cortlandt-Street, 1833.
1833New YorkAddress of the New-York City Anti-Slavery Society, to the people of the city of New-York.Anti-slavery Society of New York (New York, N.Y.)New-York: : Printed by West & Trow., 1833..
1833New YorkEvidence against the views of the abolitionists : consisting of physical and moral proofs, of the natural inferiority of the negroesColfax, Richard H.New York : James T.M. Bleakley, Publisher, 240 Hudson-Street : Applegate, Printer, 257 Hudson-Street, 1833.
1833New YorkThe Emancipator.Emancipator (New York, N.Y. : 1833)New York : Charles W. Denison, 1833-1834.
1833New YorkAnti-slavery reporter.New York : s.n. , 1833-
1833New YorkThe poor black sweep of New York,New York : Firth & Hall, no. 1 Franklin Square., 1833.
1833OhioFour sermons, preached in the chapel of the Western Reserve College, : on Lord's days, November 18th and 25th, and December 2nd and 9th, 1832.Green, Beriah, 1795-1874.Cleveland: : Printed at the Office of the Herald., 1833..
1833PennsylvaniaReport of the committee appointed in the Senate of Pennsylvania, to investigate the cause of an increased number of slaves being returned for that Commonwealth, by the census of 1830, over that of 1820. : Read in Senate, February 25, 1833.Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on the Increase of Slaves in the StateHarrisburg: : Printed by Henry Welsh., 1833..
1833PennsylvaniaBericht bey der Committee im Senat von Pennsylvanien, ernannt um die Ursachen der Bermehrung der Sclaven zu erforschen, einberichtet bey der Volkszählung von 1830, über jene von 1820. : Gelesen im Senat, Februar 20sten, 1833.Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on the Increase of Slaves in the StateHarrisburg, : [s.n.], 1833..
1833PennsylvaniaThe lives of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson: : with a parallel.Simpson, Stephen, 1789-1854.Philadelphia: : Printed and published by Henry Young, N.-E. corner of Passyunk Road and Shippen Street., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : and on its probable results; under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Stereotyped by L. Johnson, April 15, 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaAn address to the citizens of Philadelphia, on the subject of slavery : Delivered on the 4th of 7th month, (July,) A.D. 1833Atlee, Edwin P. (Edwin Pitt), 1799-1836.Philadelphia : Wm. P. Gibbons, Printer, 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaSix months in America.Vigne, Godfrey Thomas, 1801-1863.Philadelphia: : Published by Thomas T. Ash, 140 Chestnut Street., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaThe life, experience, and Gospel labours of the Rt. Rev. Richard Allen : To which is annexed the rise and progress of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America. Containing a narrative of the yellow fever in the year of Our Lord, 1793 : with an address to the people of colour in the United StatesAllen, Richard, 1760-1831.Philadelphia : Martin & Boden, Printers, 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaSixth annual report of the Infant-School Society of Philadelphia.Infant School Society of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : Printed by William Stavely, 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Acting Committee of the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. : January 1, 1833..Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Acting CommitteePhiladelphia. : [s.n.], 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaTransatlantic sketches : comprising visits to the most interesting scenes in North and South America, and the West Indies. With notes on Negro slavery and Canadian emigrationAlexander, James Edward, Sir, 1803-1885.Philadelphia : Key and Biddle, 1833 [Russell Martien, printers].
1833PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Board of Directors of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at meetings held in Philadelphia, on the 14th, 15th and 16th of May, 1833: : together with the report of the Board of Directors, from October 13, 1832, (the time of the last meeting of the board,) to May 14, 1833.Episcopal Church. Domestic and Foreign Missionary SocietyPhiladelphia: : Printed by William Stavely, No. 12 Pear street., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaDemerara. : A tale.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Philadelphia: : E. Littell and T. Holden, No. 21 Minor Street., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaFourth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, : made to the legislature at the session of 1832-1833..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed for the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaTom Cringle's log. : Second series. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].Scott, Michael, 1789-1835.Philadelphia: : E.L. Carey & A. Hart. ; Baltimore: : Carey, Hart & Co., 1833.
1833PennsylvaniaThe western coast of Africa ...Philadelphia: : Edward C. Mielke, 181, Market Street., 1833..
1833Rhode IslandThe report and proceedings of the first annual meeting of the Providence Anti-Slavery Society : With a brief exposition of the principles and purposes of the abolitionists.Providence Anti-Slavery Society.Providence : H.H. Brown, 1833.
1833ScotlandThree years in North America.Stuart, James, 1775-1849.Edinburgh: : Printed for Robert Cadell, Edinburgh; and Whittaker and Co. London., 1833.
1833ScotlandSubstance of an address to the ladies of Glasgow and its vicinity upon the present aspect of the great question of Negro emancipation, : delivered in Mr. Anderson's Chapel, John-St., Glasgow, on Tuesday, March 5th, 1833,Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Glasgow: : David Robertson. William Oliphant,and John Wardlaw, Edinburgh; and J. Haddon & Co., 27 Ivy Lane, London., MDCCCXXXIII. [1833].
1833ScotlandNubia and Abyssinia: : comprehending their civil history, antiquities, arts, religion, literature, and natural history.Russell, Michael, 1781-1848.Edinburgh: : Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court, and Simpkin & Marshall, London., MDCCCXXXIII. [1833]
1833ScotlandAn inquiry into the state of slavery amongst the Romans : from the earliest period, till the establishment of the Lombards in ItalyBlair, William.Edinburgh : Thomas Clark, Law Bookseller ; London : Treuttel, Würtz, & Richter, 1833. (Edinburgh : Printed by James Clarke & Co.)
1833ScotlandAn account of the insurrection in St. Domingo : begun in August 1791, taken from authentic sourcesHopkirk, J. G. (John Glassford)Edinburgh : William Blackwood ; London : T. Cadell, 1833. (Edinburgh : Peter Brown, Printer)
1833ScotlandAddress on slavery, sabbath protection, and church reformDouglas, James.Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black; and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, London, 1833 [Printed by Neill & Co.].
1833SwedenResa mellan Södra och Norra Amerika : En sketch-bok på sjönGosselman, Karl August, 1800-1843.Stockholm, 1833.
1833United StatesColonization and abolition considered; or, Some remarks on the sixteenth annual report of the American Colonization Society..[U.S. : s.n., ca. 1833]
1833VermontNatural equality. : A sermon before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, October 17, 1833.Tracy, Joseph, 1793?-1874.[Windsor, Vt.] : Chronicle Press, Windsor, Vt., MDCCCXXXIII. [1833]
1833VermontRemarks on African colonization and the abolition of slavery. : in two parts.Pearl, Cyril, 1805-1865.Windsor, Vt. : Published by Richards & Tracy., 1833..
1834ConnecticutObservations on the physical, intellectual, and moral qualities of our colored population : With remarks on the subject of emancipation and colonizationBaldwin, Ebenezer, 1790-1837.New Haven : L.H. Young; Press of Whitmore & Buckingham, 1834.
1834ConnecticutPicture of slavery in the United States of America.Bourne, George, 1780-1845.Middletown, Con. : Edwin Hunt, 1834.
1834DenmarkDr. Martin Luther sie klein katechismus ka set ower na die Creol TaelLuther, Martin, 1483-1546.Kopenhagen : Ka prent bie P.T. Brünnich, 1834.
1834District of ColumbiaThe seventeenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States : With an appendix.American Colonization Society.Washington : printed by James C. Dunn, 1834.
1834EnglandA residence in the West Indies and America, : with a narrative of the expedition to the Island of Walcheren:St. Clair, Thomas Staunton.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1834.
1834EnglandEuropean colonies, in various parts of the world, viewed in their social, moral, and physical condition.Howison, John.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1834..
1834EnglandStatistics of the United States of America : for the use of emigrants and travellersTredway, Thomas J.London : Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange : Marchant, printer, Ingram-Court, [1834].
1834EnglandThe West India sketch book. : In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].Wentworth, Trelawney.London: : Printed for Whittaker & Co. Ave Maria Lane., 1834.
1834EnglandJournal of a West India proprietor, : kept during a residence in the island of Jamaica.Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., MDCCCXXXIV. [1834]
1834EnglandMemoirs of celebrated women of all countries.Abrantès, Laure Junot, duchesse d', 1784-1838.London: : Edward Churton, 26, Holles Street., 1834..
1834EnglandOriental memoirs: : a narrative of seventeen years residence in India.Forbes, James, 1749-1819.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street ... , 1834..
1834EnglandA voyage round the world, : including travels in Africa, Asia, Australasia, America, etc. etc. from MDCCCXXVII to MDCCCXXXII.Holman, James, 1786-1857.London: : Smith, Elder, and Co., Cornhill, booksellers, by appointment, to Their Majesties., 1834-1835..
1834EnglandHistory of the British colonies.Martin, Robert Montgomery, 1803?-1868.London: : Cochrane and M'Crone, 11, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall., MDCCCXXXIV.-MDCCCXXXV. [1834-1835]
1834EnglandNarrative of a tour in North America; : comprising Mexico, the mines of Real Del Monte, the United States, and the British colonies: with an excursion to the island of Cuba. In a series of letters, written in the years 1831-2.Tudor, Henry.London: : James Duncan, Paternoster Row., M.DCCC.XXXIV. [1834]
1834EnglandThe speech of the Earl of Mulgrave, : delivered at Freemason's Hall on Friday, the 1st of August, 1834. At a public dinner of the Anti-slavery Society in celebration of the day..Normanby, Constantine Henry Phipps, Marquess of, 1797-1863.London: : Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1834..
1834EnglandNarrative of a voyage to the southern Atlantic Ocean, in the years 1828, 29, 30, : performed in H.M. Sloop Chanticleer, under the command of the late Captain Henry Foster, F.R.S. &c. by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.Webster, William Henry Bayley.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1834.
1834EnglandTravels and adventures of John Ledyard; : comprising his voyage with Capt. Cook's third and last expedition; his journey on foot 1300 miles round the Gulf of Bothnia to St. Petersburgh; his adventure and residence in Siberia; and his exploratory mission to Africa..Sparks, Jared, 1789-1866.London: : Published for Henry Colburn by R. Bentley. Sold by all booksellers., 1834..
1834EnglandTwo years at sea: : being the narrative of a voyage to the Swan River and Van Dieman's land, during the years 1829, 30, 31.Roberts, Jane, 19th cent.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street., 1834.
1834EnglandJournal of a three years' residence in Abyssinia, : in furtherance of the objects of the Church Missionary Society.Gobat, Samuel, 1799-1879.London: : Hatchard & Son; and Seeley & Sons., 1834..
1834EnglandAn account of the present state of the island of Puerto Rico. : Comprising numerous original facts and documents illustrative of the state of commerce and agriculture, and of the condition, moral and physical, of the various classes of the population in that island, as compared with the colonies of other European powers; demonstrating the superiority of the Spanish slave code,--the great advantages of free over slave labour, &c.Flinter, George Dawson, d. 1838.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, Paternoster Row., 1834..
1834EnglandAfrican sketches.Pringle, Thomas, 1789-1834.London: : Edward Moxon, Dover Street., MDCCCXXXIV [1834].
1834EnglandA manual of the history of the political system of Europe and its colonies, : from its formation at the close of the fifteenth century, to its re-establishment upon the fall of Napoleon.Heeren, A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig), 1760-1842.Oxford: : D.A. Talboys., MDCCCXXXIV. [1834]
1834EnglandOn the British African Colonization Society. : To which are added, some particulars respecting the American Colonization Society; and a Letter from Jeremiah Hubbard, addressed to a friend in England, on the same subject..[London] : Printed for Dr. Hodgkin., 1834..
1834EnglandThe new comic annual. : Illustrated with one hundred highly humorous cuts.London: : Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's Church-Yard., [1834?]
1834EnglandThe bow in the cloud; or, The negro's memorial. : A collection of original contributions, in prose and verse, illustrative of the evils of slavery, and commemorative of its abolition in the British colonies..London: : Jackson and Walford, 18, St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1834..
1834EnglandTregear's black jokes, : being a series of laughable caricatures on the march of manners amongst the blacks. Twenty plates.London: : Published by G.S. Tregear, at his humorous and sporting print shop, Cheapside., 1834.
1834FranceViage a los Estados-Unidos del Norte de America,Zavala, Lorenzo de, 1788-1836.Paris, : Imprenta de Decourchant, calle d'Erfurth, No 1, junto a la Abadia., 1834.
1834MarylandAct of incorporation and by-laws of the Maryland State Colonization Society: : together with the act of the General Assembly of Maryland, entitled An act relating to the people of color in this state; : to which are added the constitution and ordinances of Maryland in Liberia.Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by J.D. Toy., 1834..
1834MassachusettsThe history and topography of the United States of North America, : from the earliest period to the present time. Comprising political and biographical history; geography, geology, mineralogy, zoology, and botany; argiculture, manufactures, and commerce; laws, manners, customs, and religion; with a topographical description of the cities, towns, sea-ports, public edifices, canals, &c. &c.Hinton, John Howard, 1791-1873.Boston: : Printed and published by Samuel Walker. ; Published also in Philadelphia, : by W. Moorhead, 188 South Ninth Street, and A.W. Rushton, 97 Wood Street-- ; In New York, : by J. Moorhead, 357 Broome Street, and Wm. Burnett, 17 Ann Street-- ; In Baltimore, : by D. Sullivan and R. Reid--and by their agents and the periodical booksellers in the principal cities and towns in the Union. ; [New York] : Stereotyped by Conner & Cooke, New York., 1834..
1834MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the twenty-fifth annual meeting : held in the city of Utica, October 8, 9, & 10, 1834.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker & Brewster, 1834.
1834MassachusettsA brief review of the First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society, by David M. Reese, M.D. of New YorkMar Quack, Martin.Boston : printed and published by Calvin Knox, 1834.
1834MassachusettsTrial, conviction, and sentence of death. of Henry Joseph, cook, and Amos Otis, seaman, for the murder of Capt. James Crosby, of the brig Juniper, on the high seas, : on the night of the 14th August, 1834, during a voyage from Boston towards Surrinam.Joseph, Henry, d. 1834.Boston: : printed for the booksellers., 1834.
1834MassachusettsThe OasisChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Boston : Allen and Ticknor : Tuttle and Weeks, printers, No. 8, School Street, 1834.
1834MassachusettsMan-stealing and slavery denounced by the Presbyterian and Methodist churches : Together with an address to all the churchesBourne, George, 1780-1845.Boston : Published by Garrison & Knapp, 1834.
1834MassachusettsLife of Thomas Jefferson, : with selections from the most valuable portions of his voluminous and unrivalled private correspondence.Rayner, B. L.Boston: : Lilly, Wait, Colman, & Holden., 1834.
1834MassachusettsLectures on slavery and its remedy.Phelps, Amos A. (Amos Augustus), 1805-1847.Boston: : Published by the New-England Anti-Slavery Society., 1834..
1834MassachusettsThe Maryland scheme of expatriation examined.Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : Published by Garrison & Knapp., 1834..
1834MassachusettsSecond annual report of the board of managers of the New-England Anti-Slavery Society, : presented Jan. 15, 1834. : With an appendix..New-England Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Garrison & Knapp., 1834..
1834MassachusettsReport of the arguments of counsel, in the case of Prudence Crandall, plff. in error, vs. State of Connecticut, : before the Supreme Court of Errors, at their session at Brooklyn, July term, 1834.Crandall, Prudence, 1803-1890 plaintiff in error.Boston: : published by Garrison & Knapp., 1834.
1834MassachusettsMemoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley, : a native African and a slave. Dedicated to the friends of the Africans.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.Boston: : Published by Geo. W. Light, Lyceum Depository, 3 Cornhill., 1834.
1834MassachusettsNinth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May 27, 1834.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : Perkins, Marvin & Co., 114 Washington Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1834.
1834MassachusettsA system of phrenology.Combe, George, 1788-1858.Boston: : Marsh, Capen and Lyon. : Stereotyped by Lyman Thurston & Co. Boston., 1834.
1834MassachusettsThe OasisChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Boston : Benjamin C. Bacon : Tuttle and Weeks, printers, No. 8, School Street, 1834.
1834MassachusettsProceedings of the New-England Anti-Slavery Convention, held in Boston on the 27th, 28th and 29th of May, 1834..New England Anti-Slavery Convention (1st : 1834 : Boston, Mass.)Boston: : Published by Garrison & Knapp., 1834..
1834MassachusettsThe Oasis.Child, Lydia Maria Francis, ed.Boston : Benjamin C. Bacon : 1834.
1834MassachusettsLetter on colonization : addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky Colonization SocietyBirney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.Boston : Garrison and Knapp, 9 Merchant's Hall, 1834.
1834MassachusettsDebate at the Lane Seminary, Cincinnati. : Speech of James A. Thome, of Kentucky, delivered at the annual meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, May 6, 1834. Letter of the Rev. Dr. Samuel H. Cox, against the American Colonization Society.Boston: : Published by Garrison & Knapp, no. 11, Merchants' Hall., 1834.
1834New HampshireProceedings of the N.H. Anti-Slavery Convention : held in Concord, on the 11th & 12th of November, 1834.N.H. Anti-Slavery Convention (1834 : Concord, N.H.)Concord, N.H. : Eastman, Webster & Co.--printers., 1834.
1834New YorkAddress delivered before the African Female Benevolent Society of Troy, : on Wednesday, February 12, 1834.Wicks, Elizabeth.Troy [N.Y.]: : Printed by R. Buckley., 1834.
1834New YorkFirst annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in Chatham-Street Chapel, in the city of New-York, on the sixth of May, 1834 ... and the minutes of the meetings of the society for business.American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : printed by Dorr & Butterfield, 1834.
1834New YorkAddress of the New-York Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society : to their fellow-citizens.New York Young Men's Anti-slavery Society.New-York : W.T. Coolidge & Co. W.S. Dorr, printer, 1834.
1834New YorkExamination of Mr. Thomas C. Brown, a free colored citizen of S. Carolina, as to the actual state of things in Liberia in the years 1833 and 1834 : at the Chatham Street Chapel, May 9th & 10th, 1834.Brown, Thomas C. (Thomas Cilavan), b. 1800.New-York : S.W. Benedict & Co. printers, 162 Nassau Street, 1834.
1834New YorkThe "Extinguisher" extinguished! or David M. Reese, M.D. "used up."Ruggles, David, 1810-1849.New-York: : Published and sold by D. Ruggles,, bookseller, 65 Lispenard Street, near Broadway., 1834.
1834New YorkThoughts upon slavery. : Published in the year 1774.Wesley, John, 1703-1791.[New York : Wesleyan Anti-Slavery Society, 1834?]
1834New YorkConstitution and address of the Female Anti-Slavery Society of Chatham-Street Chapel.Female Anti-Slavery Society of Chatham-Street Chapel.New-York: : Printed by William S. Dorr, no. 70 Fulton-street., 1834..
1834New YorkA brief review of the "First annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society, with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, May 6th, 1834." : Addressed to the people of the United States.Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.New York: : Published by Howe & Bates, booksellers and stationers, 68 1/2 Chatham-Street., 1834.
1834New YorkLetter on colonization : addressed to the Rev. Thornton J. Mills, corresponding secretary of the Kentucky Colonization SocietyBirney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.New York : Office of the Anti-Slavery Reporter. 130 Nassau Street, 1834.
1834New YorkAddress of the New York City Colonization Society, to the public. : New York, February 12th, 1834.Colonization Society of the City of New York.New York: : Wm. A. Mercein, printer, 240 Pearl Street., 1834..
1834New YorkAdventures, love, and constancy, of Paul and Virginia, : who were reared in the sequestered valley of Port Louis, in the isle of France: the history of their rural life and friendship; Virginia's compulsive visit to her aunt beyond sea; her return, and miraculous preservation from a watery grave, through the extraordinary exertions of a faithful negro, for whom she had formerly solicited a pardon of his master; her happy union with Paul, &c &c.Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de, 1737-1814.New York: : Published by D. Felt & Co. ; Pittsburgh: : Cook and Schoyer., 1834..
1834New YorkTravels and researches in Caffraria: : describing the character, customs, and moral condition of the tribes inhabiting that portion of southern Africa: : with historical and topographical remarks illustrative of the state and prospects of the British settement in its borders, the introduction of Christianity, and the progress of civilization.Kay, Stephen.New York: : Published by B. Waugh and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the conference office, 200 Mulberry-Street., 1834..
1834New YorkA Visit to Texas: : being the journal of a traveller through those parts most interesting to American settlers. With descriptions of scenery, habits, &c. &c.New York: : Goodrich & Wiley, 124 Broadway., 1834.
1834New YorkThe Emancipator, and journal of public morals.New York : S.W. Benedict & Co., 1834-1835.
1834OhioA Statement of the reasons which induced the students of Lane Seminary, to dissolve their connection with that institution..Cincinnati: : [s.n.], 1834..
1834PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Board of Directors of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at meetings held in Philadelphia, on the 13th and 14th May, 1834: : together with the report of the Board of Directors, from May 14, 1833, to May 13, 1834.Episcopal Church. Domestic and Foreign Missionary SocietyPhiladelphia: : William Stavely, printer, No. 12 Pear Street., MDCCCXXXIV [1834].
1834PennsylvaniaThree years in the Pacific; : including notices of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru.Ruschenberger, W. S. W. (William Samuel Waithman), 1807-1895.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaLetters to a gentleman in Germany, : written after a trip from Philadelphia to Niagara.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1834..
1834PennsylvaniaFifth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, : accompanied with the table of prisoners in the western penitentiary. Read in Senate, February 12, 1834..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Harrisburg: : Printed by Welsh & Patterson., 1834..
1834PennsylvaniaAn oration, delivered, by request, before the Anti-Slavery Society of New York, on the fourth of July, 1834Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872.Philadelphia : Printed by T. K. Collins & Co., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaEulogium upon Wilberforce : with a brief incidental review of the subject of colonization : Delivered, at the request of the Abolition Society, March 10, 1834Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872.Philadelphia : printed by T.K. Collins & Co. 49 Prune Street, 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaA discourse before the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennslyvania, : delivered October 24, 1834, in St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia.Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts), 1803-1858.Philadelphia: : Printed for the society., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaArgument of James M. Broom, of Philadelphia, in favour of the St. Domingo cases : addressed to the commissioners, under the act to carry into effect the convention with France, of July, 1831.Broom, James M. (James Madison), 1776-1850.Philadelphia : [s.n.], October, 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaNew Colony at Bassa Cove : The committee appointed by the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania, to superintend the sailing of their first expedition, respectfully report:Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1834?]
1834PennsylvaniaThe Philadelphia Harmonians will give a musical entertainment, at the Odd Fellows' Hall, Athensville ... Friday evening, March 27 ... .Philadelphia Harmonians.West Chester, Pa.: Office of the Village Record, [not before 1834]
1834PennsylvaniaConstitution of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society. : Instituted Fourth Month 30th, 1834..Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas Town; back of 112 Walnut St., MDCCCXXXIV. [1834].
1834PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society; : and on its probable results; under the following heads: the origin of the society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade; with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : For sale by Carey & Hart, Philadelphia. Price five dollars per hundred., Sept. 17, 1834. (Stereotyped by L. Johnson.)
1834PennsylvaniaA discourse before the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennslyvania, : delivered October 24, 1834, in St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia.Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts), 1803-1858.Philadelphia: : Printed for the society., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaPoems;Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Key & Biddle, 23 Minor Street., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaThe Poetical works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White. : Complete in one volume.Philadelphia: : J. Grigg, No. 9, N. Fourth-Street., 1834.
1834PennsylvaniaAnecdotes and memoirs of William Boen, a coloured man : who lived and died near Mount Holly, New Jersey : to which is added, the testimony of Friends of Mount Holly Monthly Meeting concerning him.Philadelphia : Printed by John Richards, 1834.
1834Rhode IslandThe Rhode-Island almanack, for the year 1835; : being the latter part of the 59th and beginning of the 60th year of the independence of the U. States; and third after leap year. Containing the motions of the sun and moon, true places and aspects of the planets--rising and setting of the sun--do. of the moon and seven stars, tides, lunation, conjuctions and eclipses--rising and setting of the planets--sun's declination--festivals and other remarkable days--Friends' yearly and quarterly meetings--equation of time--state and federal courts, &c. &c.Rhode Island almanac. 1835.Providence [R.I.]: : Published and sold by H.H. Brown, No. 25, Market Square. Sold also by Wilcox & Stillwell, A.S. Beckwith, Marshall & Brown, C. Shepherd, and Cory & Daniels, booksellers, Providence; by J. Hammond, J.C. Shaw, Wm. Callahan and Henry Barber, Newport; and by J. M'Intire, bookseller, Pawtucket., [1834]
1834United StatesMr. Birney's second letter : To the ministers and elders of the Presbyterian Church in Kentucky.Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.[United States : s.n., 1834]
1834VermontA discourse, delivered at Montpelier, October 17, 1834, before the Vermont Colonization Society.Fowler, William Chauncey, 1793-1881.Middlebury [Vt.]: : Knapp & Jewett, printers., 1834..
1834VirginiaTwenty-first annual report of the Bible Society of Virginia, : auxiliary to the American Bible Society; presented April 1st, 1834. To which is added the speeches of Henry L. Pinckney, Esq. member of Congress from South Carolina,-- and B.F. Butler, Esq. Attorney Gen'l of the U. States; delivered before the Bible meeting in Alexandria, Feb. 3, 1834.Bible Society of Virginia.Richmond [Va.]: : Printed by Thomas W. White., 1834.
1834VirginiaSouthern literary messenger.Richmond, Virginia, T.W. White [etc.], 1834-1864.
1835BelgiumDe la démocratie en Amérique,Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Bruxelles. : Louis Hauman et Compe., libraires., 1835.
1835District of ColumbiaStatistical view of the population of the United States from 1790 to 1830, inclusive.United States. Dept. of StateWashington [D.C.]: : Printed by Duff Green., 1835.
1835District of ColumbiaLife of Jehudi Ashmun, late colonial agent in Liberia. : With an appendix, containing extracts from his journal and other writings; : with a brief sketch of the life of the Rev. Lott Cary.Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.Washington [D.C.]: : printed by James C. Dunn., 1835..
1835District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Wise, of Virginia, on the subject of the abolition of slavery within the District of Columbia. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, December 22, 1835.Wise, Henry A. (Henry Alexander), 1806-1876.[Washington, D.C.] : National Intelligencer Office., 1835.
1835District of ColumbiaLife of Jehudi Ashmun, late colonial agent in Liberia : with an appendix containing extracts from his journal and other writings, with a brief sketch of the life of the Rev. Lott CaryGurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.Washington : J.C. Dunn, c1835.
1835EnglandReport of the proceedings of the great anti-slavery meeting, held at the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Wednesday, October 14th, 1835; : with an appendix, containing the notices of condition of the apprenticed labourers in the West Indies, under the Act for the Abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies.Anti-slavery Meeting (1835 : Birmingham, England)Birmingham: : Printed by B. Hudson, 18, Bull Street., 1835.
1835EnglandThe stranger in America: : comprising sketches of the manners, society, and national peculiarities of the United States, in a series of letters to a friend in Europe.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1835..
1835EnglandThree years in the Pacific; : containing notices of Brazil, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, &c. in 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834.Ruschenberger, W. S. W. (William Samuel Waithman), 1807-1895.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1835.
1835EnglandNew England, and her institutionsAbbott, Jacob, 1803-1879.[London] : Published by R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside: and sold by L.B. Seeley and Sons, London, 1835 [Seeleys, Thames Ditton, Surrey].
1835EnglandTravels through part of Africa, Syria, Egypt, and Arabia, into Abyssiania, to discover the source of the Nile : performed between the years 1768, and 1773Bruce, James, 1730-1794.London : Printed for Scott, Webster, and Geary, 36, Charterhouse Square : A. Sweeting, printer, Barttlet's Buildings, Holborn, 1835.
1835EnglandTravels in Ethiopia, above the second cataract of the Nile; : exhibiting the state of that country, and its various inhabitants, under the dominion of Mohammed Ali; and illustrating the antiquities, arts, and history of the ancient kingdom of Meroe.Hoskins, G. A. (George Alexander), d. 1864.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, Paternoster-Row., 1835..
1835EnglandIllustrations to Oriental memoirs.Forbes, James, 1749-1819.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street ... , 1835..
1835EnglandJamaica, as it was, as it is, and as it may be: : comprising interesting topics for absent proprietors, merchants, &c. and valuable hints to persons intending to emigrate to the island: also an authentic narrative of the Negro insurrection in 1831; with a faithful detail of the manners, customs and habits of the colonists, and a description of the country, climate, productions, &c. including an abridgment of the slave law.Senior, Bernard Martin.London: : T. Hurst, 65, St. Paul's Church Yard, and Grant and Son, Edinburgh., 1835.
1835EnglandWanderings and adventures in the interior of southern Africa.Steedman, Andrew.London: : Longman & Co., Paternoster-Row., 1835.
1835EnglandJournal of a residence and tour in the United States of North America : from April, 1833, to October, 1834Abdy, E. S. (Edward Strutt), 1791-1846.London : John Murray, 1835 [G. Woodfall, printer].
1835EnglandLetter to the Lord Glenelg, secretary of state for the colonies; containing a report, from personal observation, on the working of the new system in the British West India colonies.Innes, John, Esq.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, Paternoster-Row., 1835..
1835EnglandThe thirty-first anniversary of the British & Foreign Bible Society : On Wednesday, May the 6th, the above meeting was held at Exeter Hall, the Right Hon. Lord Bexley in the chair.British and Foreign Bible Society.[London] : Richard Watts, printer, Crown Court, Temple Bar, 1835.
1835EnglandA twelvemonth's residence in the West Indies, : during the transition from slavery to apprenticeship; with incidental notices of the state of society, prospects, and natural resources of Jamaica and other islands.Madden, Richard Robert, 1798-1886.London: : James Cochrane and Co., Waterloo Place., 1835..
1835EnglandTravels in Europe and AfricaKeatinge, Maurice, d. 1835.London: : Printed for Henry Colburn, British and Foreign Public Library, Conduit-Street, Hanover-Square., 1816..
1835EnglandNarrative of a residence in South Africa.Pringle, Thomas, 1789-1834.London: : Edward Moxon, Dover Street., MDCCCXXXV [1835].
1835EnglandNarrative of a voyage of discovery to Africa and Arabia : performed in His Majesty's ships Leven and Barracouta, from 1821 to 1826. Under the command of Capt. F.W. Owen, R.N.Boteler, Thomas.London : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street ... , 1835 [Printed by Samuel Bentley]
1835EnglandThe Commemorative wreath: : in celebration of the extinction of Negro slavery in the British dominions.London: : Published by Edmund Fry. : J. Masters, 173, printer, Aldersgate Street., 1835.
1835EnglandThe new comic annual. : Illustrated with one hundred highly humorous cuts..London: : Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's Church-Yard., [1835?]
1835FranceLettres sur les États-Unis d'Amérique : écrites en 1832 et 1833, et adressées a M. le Comte O'MahonySaint-Victor, J. B. de (Jacques-Benjamin), 1772-1858.Paris : au Dépot central de librairie, Rue Du Pot-De-Fer-St-Sulpice, n.o 8 ; Lyon : chez Perisse Frères, libraires, Rue Mercière, n.o 33, 1835 [Lyon : Imprimerie D'Ant. Perisse].
1835FranceMarie, ou, L'esclavage aux États-Unis : tableau de moeurs AmericainesBeaumont, Gustave de, 1802-1866.Paris : Librarie de Charles Gosselin, 1835 [Corbeil : Imprimerie de Cr'et'e]
1835FranceJournal of a residence in America.Kemble, Fanny, 1809-1893.Paris, : Published by A. and W. Galignani and Co, rue Vivienne, no 18., 1835..
1835FranceFrance pittoresque ou Description pittoresque, topographique et statistique des départments et colonies de la France : ... avec des notes sur les langues, idiomes et patois, sur l'instruction publique et la bibliographie locale, sur les hommes célèbres, etc. ... Accompagnée de la statistique générale de la France ...Hugo, A. (Abel), 1798-1855.A Paris, : Chez Delloye, éditeur de la France militaire, place de la Bourse, rue des Filles-Saint-Thomas, 13., 1835.
1835KentuckyProceedings of the "Kentucky Anti-slavery Society, auxiliary to the American Anti-slavery Society, : at its first meeting in Danville, Ky. March 19th, 1835..Kentucky Anti-slavery Society.[Danville, Ky. : s.n., 1835]
1835LouisianaDigest of the laws relative to slaves and free people of colour in the state of Louisiana,Louisiana.New-Orleans, : [s.n.], 1835..
1835MarylandThe third annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1835..
1835MarylandThe third annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1835..
1835MarylandAn address delivered at the annual meeting of the Maryland State Colonization Society, : in the city of Annapolis, January 23, 1835.Harper, Charles C.Baltimore: : printed by Sands & Neilson, S.E. corner of Market and Calvert-Sts., 1835..
1835MassachusettsRemarks on Dr. Channing's SlaveryAustin, James Trecothick, 1784-1870.Boston : Russell, Shattuck & Co., and John H. Eastburn, 1835.
1835MassachusettsA comprehensive atlas geographical, historical & commercialBradford, T. G. (Thomas Gamaliel), 1802-1887.Boston: : American Stationers' Company., [1835].
1835MassachusettsA comprehensive atlas geographical, historical & commercialBradford, T. G. (Thomas Gamaliel), 1802-1887.[Boston] : William D. Ticknor, Boston. ; [New York] : Wiley & Long, New-York., [1835].
1835MassachusettsThe West India question. : Immediate emancipation would be safe for the masters;--profitable for the masters;--happy for the slaves;--right in the government;--advantageous to the nation;--would interfere with no feelings but such as are disgraceful and destructive;--cannot be postponed without continually increasing danger. An outline for immediate emancipation: and remarks on compensation.Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865.Newburyport [Mass.]: : Charles Whipple., 1835.
1835MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the twenty-sixth annual meeting : held in the city of Baltimore, September 9, 10, & 11, 1835.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker & Brewster, 1835.
1835MassachusettsMemoir of James Jackson : the attentive and obedient scholar, who died in Boston, October 31, 1833, aged six years and eleven monthsPaul, Susan.Boston : published by James Loring, 1835.
1835MassachusettsSlaveryChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou, 1835.
1835MassachusettsExposition of the objects and plans of the American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored RaceAmerican Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race.Boston : Press of Light & Horton. Samuel Harris, Printer, 1835.
1835MassachusettsNew England and her institutionsAbbott, Jacob, 1803-1879.Boston : John Allen & Co., 1835 [Stereotyped by Shepard, Oliver & Co.].
1835MassachusettsThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1836 : ... Calculated for Boston, New York and Pittsburgh, and adapted to most parts of the United States.Boston : Published by Webster & Southard, c1835.
1835MassachusettsAn Appeal on the subject of slavery; : addressed to the members of the New England and New Hampshire Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Together with a defence of said appeal, in which is shown the sin of holding property in man..Boston: : Published by David H. Ela, No. 19, Washington Street., 1835..
1835New HampshireA fast sermon on slavery. Delivered April 2, 1835, to the Congregational church and society in Dover, N. H.Root, David.Dover [N.H.]: Printed at the Enquirer office, 1835.
1835New HampshireA fast sermon on slavery. : Delivered April 2, 1835, to the Congregational Church & Society in Dover, N.H.Root, David, 1791-1873.Dover [N.H.]: : Printed at the Enquirer Office., 1835..
1835New HampshireTrust in God in public commotions. A sermon preached at Hanover, New-Hampshire, October 11, 1835Wood, Henry, 1796-1873.Concord, [N.H.] : Printed by Elbridge G. Chase, 1835.
1835New HampshireFirst annual report of the New-Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society. :New Hampshire Anti-Slavery Society.Concord [N.H.]: : Elbridge G. Chase, printer., 1835..
1835New YorkMatthias and his impostures: or, The progress of fanaticism.Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844.New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1835.
1835New YorkThe false prophet! : The very interesting and remarkable trial of Matthias, the false prophet, at White Plains, Westchester County, New-York, for the alleged murder of Mr. Elijah Pierson, reported expressly for this publication, and at much greater length than has been done by the Daily PressMatthews, Robert O. defendant.New-York : printed and published by W. Mitchell; and may be had of him, and all the booksellers, 1835.
1835New YorkMatthias and his impostures: or, The progress of fanaticism. : Illustrated in the extraordinary case of Robert Matthews, and some of his forerunners and disciples.Stone, William L. (William Leete), 1792-1844.New-York: : Published by Harper & Brothers, No. 82 Cliff-Street, and sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1835.
1835New YorkThe works of Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.New-York : Published by Harper & Brothers No. 82 Cliff-Street, and sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1835..
1835New YorkThe works of Hannah More. : Complete in seven volumes. Vol. I[-Vol. VII]. ....More, Hannah, 1745-1833.New-York: : Published by Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street. ; Boston: : Munroe & Francis., 1835..
1835New YorkThe South-West.Ingraham, J. H. (Joseph Holt), 1809-1860.New-York: : Harper & Brothers, Cliff-St., 1835..
1835New YorkLetters to the Hon. William Jay, : being a reply to his "Inquiry into the American Colonization and American Anti-Slavery Societies."Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.New-York: : Published by Leavitt, Lord & Co. 180 Broadway. ; Boston:-- : Crocker & Brewster, 1835.
1835New YorkThe abrogation of the Seventh commandment, by the American churches.Bourne, George, 1780-1845.New-York : David Ruggles, 47 Howard Street, 1835.
1835New YorkThe enemies of the Constitution discovered, or, An inquiry into the origin and tendency of popular violence. : Containing a complete and circumstantial account of the unlawful proceedings at the city of Utica, October 21st, 1835; the dispersion of the state anti-slavery convention by the agitators, the destruction of a democratic press, and of the causes which led thereto. Together with a concise treatise on the practice of the court of His Honor Judge Lynch. Accompanied with numerous highly interesting and important documents.Thomas, William, d. 1836?New-York: : Leavitt, Lord, & Co. 180 Broadway. G. Tracy, Utica., 1835.
1835New YorkAn address to the members of the Religious Society of Friends, on the duty of declining the use of the products of slave labour.Marriott, Charles.New-York: : Isaac T. Hopper, stationer, 386 Pearl-Street., 1835..
1835New YorkLife of Jehudi Ashmun, late colonial agent in Liberia. : With an appendix, containing extracts from his journal and other writings; : with a brief sketch of the life of the Rev. Lott Cary.Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.New-York: : published by Leavitt, Lord & Co. 182 Broadway. ; Boston: : Crocker & Brewster, 47 Washington Street., 1835..
1835New YorkLife and times of His late Majesty George the Fourth. : With anecdotes of distinguished persons of the last fifty years.Croly, George, 1780-1860.New-York: : printed and published by J. & J. Harper, no. 82 Cliff-Street. And sold by the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1833. [i.e. 1835].
1835New YorkFanaticism; : its source and influence, illustrated by the simple narrative of Isabella, in the case of Matthias, Mr. and Mrs. B. Folger, Mr. Pierson, Mr. Mills, Catherine, Isabella, &c. &c. A reply to W.L. Stone, with descriptive portraits of all the parties, while at Sing-Sing and at Third Street.--Containing the whole truth--and nothing by the truth.Vale, G. (Gilbert), 1788-1866.New York: : Published by G. Vale, No. 84 Roosevelt Street., 1835.
1835New YorkFanaticism; : its source and influence, illustrated by the simple narrative of Isabella, in the case of Matthias, Mr. and Mrs. B. Folger, Mr. Pierson, Mr. Mills, Catherine, Isabella, &c. &c. A reply to W.L. Stone, with descriptive portraits of all the parties, while at Sing-Sing and at Third Street.--Containing the whole truth--and nothing but the truth.Vale, G. (Gilbert), 1788-1866.New York: : Published by G. Vale, No. 84 Roosevelt Street., 1835.
1835New YorkThe Emancipator.Emancipator (New York, N.Y. : 1835)New York : R.G. Williams for the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-1841.
1835New YorkHuman rights.Human rights (New York, N.Y.)New York : R.G. Williams, 1835-1839.
1835New YorkAn inquiry into the character and tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies.Jay, William, 1789-1858.New York: : Published by Leavitt, Lord & Co. 182 Broadway. ; Boston: : Crocker & Brewster, 47 Washington-Street., 1835..
1835New YorkAn essay on the origin, habits, &c. of the African race: : incidental to the propriety of having nothing to do with Negroes: addressed to the good people of the United States.Flournoy, J. Jacobus (John Jacobus), 1808-1879.New York: : [s.n.], 1835..
1835New YorkThe African servant : An authentic narrative.Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827.[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, no. 150 Nassau-Street, New-York. D. Fanshaw, printer., [between 1835 and 1838?]
1835New YorkThe political mirror: or Review of Jacksonism..New-York: : Published by J.P. Peaslee, no. 49 Cedar Street., 1835..
1835New YorkThe anti-slavery record.New-York : Published by R.G. Williams, for the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1835-1837.
1835New YorkCircular. To the friends of humanity throughout the United States, who are opposed to the continuance of slavery in the District of Columbia.[New York : s.n., 1835]
1835OhioThe slaves; a poem. : Written by appointment of the faculty of the Western Reserve College, for the commencement, in 1831.Walker, James Barr, 1805-1887.Hudson--Ohio; : Printed at the office of the Ohio Observer., 1835.
1835OhioThe gospel of the typical servitude : the substance of a sermon preached in Greenfield, Jan. 1, 1834Crothers, Samuel, 1783-1856.Hamilton, O. : Printed at the office of the Intelligencer, by Gardner & Gibbon., 1835.
1835OhioAn address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, proposing a plan for the instruction and emancipation of their slaves,Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of KentuckyCincinnati [Ohio]: : Published by Taylor & Tracy., 1835.
1835PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at meetings held in Philadelphia, in August and Sept., 1835. : Together with the report of the Board of Directors, from May 13, 1834, to August 20, 1835; and the treasurer's account, for the same period, etc.Episcopal Church. Domestic and Foreign Missionary SocietyPhiladelphia: : Printed by Wm. Stavely, 12 Pear St., MDCCCXXXV [1835].
1835PennsylvaniaConstitution, by-laws, and list of officers of the Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society of the City and County of Philadelphia. : Instituted April, 1835.Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society of the City and County of Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : Printed by M. Fithian, corner of 2d and Market Sts., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaA circular, addressed to agriculturists, manufacturers, mechanics, &c. on the subject of Mexican colonization : with a general statement respecting Lundy's grant, in the state of Tamaulipas: accompanied by a geographical description, &c. of that interesting portion of the Mexican RepublicLundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.Philadelphia : printed for the author, by J. Richards, 1835.
1835PennsylvaniaRemarks upon slavery, : occasioned by attempts made to circulate improper publications in the Southern States.Hobby, William J., d. 1841.Philadelphia: : Printed at the Office of the Gentleman's Vade Mecum., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaA twelvemonth's residence in the West Indies, : during the transition from slavery to apprenticeship; with incidental notices of the state of society, prospects, and natural resources of Jamaica and other islands.Madden, Richard Robert, 1798-1886.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea and Blanchard., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaReport of the board of inspectors of the Eastern Penitentiary. : Read in Senate, March 14, 1835..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Harrisburg: : Printed by Welsh & Patterson., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaAddress of the members of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society to their fellow citizens.Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by W.P. Gibbons, Sixth and Cherry Streets., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaMinutes of the fifth annual Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour in the United States : held by adjournments, in the Wesley Church, Philadelphia, from the first to the fifth of June, inclusive, 1835.Convention for the Improvement of the Free People of Colour (5th : 1835 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : Printed by William P. Gibbons, 1835.
1835PennsylvaniaFirst annual report of the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society, : read and accepted at the annual meeting of the Society, July 4th, 1835..Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society. Board of Managers.Philadelphia: : Printed by order of the Society., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaThe design and advantages of the House of Refuge..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of a committee of the Board of Managers., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaSelect speeches of the Right Honourable George Canning; : with a preliminary biographical sketch, and an appendix, of extracts from his writings and speeches.Canning, George, 1770-1827.Philadelphia : Published by Key and Biddle., 1835.
1835PennsylvaniaSixth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania, : made to the legislature at the session of 1834-5..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia, : Printed by J. W. Allen, no. 26, Strawberry-Street., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaThird annual report of the Ladies' Liberia School Association. Presented May 5th, 1835.Ladies' Liberia School Association.Philadelphia: : Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, No. 26 North Fifth Street., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaThe stranger in America; or, Letters to a gentleman in Germany: : comprising sketches of the manners, society, and national peculiarities of the United States.Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1835..
1835PennsylvaniaThe African woman.Philadelphia : American Sunday-School Union, [ca. 1835].
1835PennsylvaniaThe Colonization herald and general register.Philadelphia [Pa.] : Pennsylvania Colonization Society, 1835-1865.
1835South CarolinaThe amenability of Northern incendiaries as well to Southern as to Northern laws, : without prejudice to the right of free discussion; to which is added an inquiry into the lawfulness of slavery, under the Jewish and Christian dispensations; together with other views of the same subject, being a series of essays recently published in the Charleston Courier.Yeadon, Richard, 1802-1879.Charleston [S.C.]. : Printed by T.A. Hayden, 44 Queen-St., 1835.
1835South CarolinaA pastoral letter, on the religious instruction of the slaves of members of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of South-Carolina, : prepared at the request of the convention of the churches of the diocese. To which is appended a table of Scripture lessons, prepared in conformity with the resolution of the convention.Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839.Charleston [S.C.]: : Printed by A.E. Miller, no. 4 Broad-Street,, 1835..
1835South CarolinaVindex on the liability of the abolitionists to criminal punishment, and on the duty of the non-slave-holding states to suppress their efforts..Rice, William, state reporterCharleston [S.C.]: : Printed by A.E. Miller, no. 4 Broad-Street., 1835..
1835South CarolinaSecond annual report of the missionary to the Negroes, in Liberty County, Ga. : presented to the association, Riceborough, Jan. 1835. Published by order of the association.Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia.Charleston [S.C.] : Observer Office Press, 1835.
1835TennesseeMexican colonization : and sugar, cotton, and rice cultivation, by free labor. To American philanthropists, and men of capital, industry, and enterprize, generally.Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.[Nashville? : s.n., 1835]
1835VermontAddress of the Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-Slavery Society, to the public. : Presented 11th month, 8th, 1834.Starksborough and Lincoln Anti-Slavery Society.Middlebury [Vt.]: : Knapp and Jewett, printers., 1835.
1835VermontAn address delivered in the Congregational Church, in Middlebury, by request of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society, : on Wednesday evening, February 18, 1835.Johnson, Oliver, 1809-1889.Montpelier [Vt.]: : Knapp and Jewett, printers., 1835..
1835VermontFirst annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society. : Presented at Middlebury, February 18, 1835.Vermont Anti-Slavery Society.Montpelier [Vt.]: : Knapp and Jewett, printers., 1835.
1835VirginiaA new and comprehensive gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia : ...Martin, Joseph, of Charlottesville, Va.Charlottesville : published by Joseph Martin : Moseley & Tompkins, printers, 1835.
1835VirginiaAmendment proposed by Mr. Watkins to the Report of the Select Committee on Abolition.Watkins, Joseph S.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaMinority report of the Select Committee on Abolition.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Select Committee on Abolition.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaReport and resolutions in relation to the institution of domestic slavery, and the incendiary proceedings of the abolitionists in the non-slaveholding states,South Carolina. General Assembly[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaAuditor's annual report.Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaTreasurer's annual report.Virginia. Treasurer's Office[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaGovernor's message, and accompanying documents.Virginia. Governor (1834-1836 : Tazewell)[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaReport of the Select Committee on Abolition.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Select Committee on Abolition.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaReport on the penitentiary.Virginia Penitentiary.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaPreamble and resolutions on the subject of incendiary publications,North Carolina. General Assembly[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1835VirginiaJournal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia, : begun and held at the capitol, in the city of Richmond, on Monday, the seventh day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five.Virginia. General Assembly. House of DelegatesRichmond [Va.]: : Printed by Samuel Shepherd, printer to the Commonwealth., 1835.
1835VirginiaProceedings of various counties in Virginia, and several of the non-slaveholding states, on the subject of abolition.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1835]
1836ArgentinaColeccion de obras y documentos relativos a la historia antigua y moderna de las provincias del Rio de la PlataAngelis, Pedro de, 1784-1859.Buenos-Aires : Imprenta del estado, 1836-1837.
1836ConnecticutA system of school geography : chiefly derived from Malte-Brun, and arranged according to the inductive plan of instructionGoodrich, Griswold S.Hartford : Published by F.J. Huntington, [et al.], 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Prentiss, of Vermont, in the Senate of the United States, March 1, 1836, on the question of reception of a petition from the Society of Friends, praying for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia.Prentiss, Samuel, 1782-1857.Washington: : Printed by Gales & Seaton., 1836..
1836District of ColumbiaAnniversary oration;Harper, William, 1790-1847.Washington: : Duff Green, printer., 1836..
1836District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Hammond, of South Carolina, : on the question of receiving petitions for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 1, 1836..Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864.Washington City : Duff Green., [1836]
1836District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Pickens, of South Carolina, in the House of Representatives, January 21, 1836, on the abolition question.Pickens, F. W. (Francis Wilkinson), 1805-1869.Washington: : Printed by Gales & Seaton., 1836..
1836District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Wall, of New Jersey, : on the memorial of the Caln Quarterly Meeting of the Society of Friends, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, praying for the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in the District of Colombia. In Senate, February 29, 1836.Wall, Garret D. (Garret Dorset), 1783-1850.Washington [D.C.]: : Blair & Rives, printers., 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. King, of Alabama, : on the petition of the Society of Friends, of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. In Senate, March 2, 1836.King, William R. (William Rufus), 1786-1853.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1836]
1836District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the subject of the abolition of slavery and the slave trade within the District of Columbia. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, December 23, 1835.Slade, William, 1786-1859.[Washington, D.C.] : National Intelligencer Office., 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaCondition of Texas. : Message from the President of the United States, upon the subject of the political, military, and civil condition of Texas. December 22, 1836. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.United States. President (1829-1837 : Jackson)[Washington, D.C.] : Blair & Rives, printers., [1836]
1836District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Preston, of South Carolina, in the Senate of the United States, March 1, 1836, on the abolition question.Preston, William C. (William Campbell), 1794-1860.Washington [D.C.] : Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaOpinions of Martin Van Buren, : vice president of the United States, upon the powers and duties of Congress, in reference to the abolition of slavery either in the slave-holding states or in the District of Columbia. To which are added sundry documents showing his sentiments upon other subjects.Van Buren, Martin, 1782-1862.Washington [D.C.]: : Blair & Rives, printers., 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaThe trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. : charged with publishing and circulating seditious and incendiary papers, &c. in the District of Columbia, with the intent of exciting servile insurrection.Crandall, Reuben, 1805?-1838.Washington City. : Printed for the proprietors., 1836.
1836District of ColumbiaThe nineteenth annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States : with the proceedings of the annual meeting, December 15, 1835.American Colonization Society.Washington : [s.n.], 1836.
1836EnglandAnacalypsis, an attempt to draw aside the veil of the Saitic Isis; or, An inquiry into the origin of languages, nations, and religions.Higgins, Godfrey, 1773-1833.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, Paternoster Row., 1836..
1836EnglandNarrative of a journey to the Zoolu country, in South Africa.Gardiner, Allen Francis.London: : William Crofts, Chancery Lane., 1836..
1836EnglandTravels and adventures in eastern Africa, : descriptive of the Zoolus, their manners, customs, etc. etc. : With a sketch of Natal.Isaacs, Nathaniel, b. 1808.London: : Edward Churton, 26, Holles Street., 1836..
1836EnglandPapers, in explanation of the proceedings of the legislature of Jamaica, : in reference to the amendment of their original act for giving effect to the act of Parliament for the abolition of slavery. (Presented to Parliament by His Majestys command.) 0.44.Jamaica. Governor (1834-1836 : Browne)[London, England : s.n., 1836]
1836EnglandA letter to Lord Brougham, on the subject of American slavery.Baird, Robert, 1798-1863.London: : James Dinnis, 62, Paternoster Row., 1836..
1836EnglandSlavery abolition (Jamaica.) : Return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 25 March 1836;-- for, 1.-- Copies of two statements made by the agent of Jamaica on behalf of the Assembly of that colony to the Right honourable Lord Glenelg, dated the 19th and 21st instant, in relation to the recent proceedings of the governor and Assembly of Jamaica. 2.-- Copy of the protest of the agent of Jamaica to Lord Glenelg, dated the 25th March. Downing-street, 28 March 1836. G. Grey. ... Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 12 April 1836. 174.Burge, William, 1787-1849.[London, England : s.n., 1836]
1836EnglandThe life and adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw; or Scenes on the Mississippi.Trollope, Frances Milton, 1780-1863.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street., 1836.
1836EnglandImpressions of America, during the years 1833, 1834, and 1835.Power, Tyrone, 1797-1841.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to His Majesty., 1836..
1836EnglandA history of slavery, and its abolition.Copley, Esther.London: : published by the Sunday-School Union, depository, 60, Paternoster Row; and sold by the booksellers. : Printed by J. Rider, 14, Bartholomew Close, London., 1836.
1836EnglandThe history of Brazil, from the period of the arrival of the Braganza family in 1808, to the abdication of Don Pedro the First in 1831 : Compiled from state documents and other original sources. Forming a continuation to Southey's history of that countryArmitage, John, 1807-1865.London : Smith, Elder and Co., 1836 [Printed by Stewart and Co.]
1836EnglandThe white man's grave: : a visit to Sierra Leone, in 1834.Rankin, F. Harrison.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. (Successor to Henry Colburn.), 1836.
1836EnglandGeneral statistics of the British Empire.MacQueen, James, 1778-1870.London: : B. Fellowes, Ludgate Street., MDCCCXXXVI. [1836]
1836EnglandThe substance of Mr. Thompson's lecture on slavery, : delivered in the Wesleyan Chapel, Irwell Street, Salford, Manchester, (Eng.)Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Manchester [Eng.]: : Printed by S. Wheeler and Son, Chronicle Office, King St. ; Boston: : Re-printed by Isaac Knapp. 1836.
1836EnglandThe Baptists in America; : a narrative of the deputation from the Baptist Union in England, to the United States and Canada.Cox, F. A. (Francis Augustus), 1783-1853.London: : T. Ward and Co., 27, Paternoster Row. : Stevens & Pardon, printers, 37, Bell Yard, Temple Bar., 1836.
1836EnglandNotes of a visit to some parts of Haïti, : Jan. Feb. 1835.Hanna, S. W. (Stewart William), d. 1851.[London] : R.B. Seeley & W. Burnside, & L & G. Seeley, Fleet Street,, MDCCCXXXVI. [1836]
1836EnglandThe poetical works of James Montgomery. : In three volumes. Vol. I[-Vol. III]..Montgomery, James, 1771-1854.London: : Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, Paternoster-Row., 1836..
1836EnglandTwenty millions thrown away, and slavery perpetuated. : Reprinted from the Radical, weekly stamped newspaper.London. : Printed and published by G. Morgan, 34, Strand; ; Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 46, Washington Street., [1836?]
1836EnglandTo the Right Honourable Charles, Baron Glenelg, His Majesty's principal secretary of state for the colonial department : The memorial of the Anti-slavery and Abolition Societies of the United Kingdom.[London : Elizabeth Bagster (widow of the late S. Bagster, Jun.) printer, 14, Bartholomew Close], [ca. 1836]
1836EnglandJim Crow's collection of songs to drive away the blue devils.London : printed and sold by G. Smeeton, [ca. 1836].
1836FranceThe cruise of the Midge.Scott, Michael, 1789-1835.Paris, : Baudry's European Library, rue du Coq, near the Louvre. Sold also by Amyot, rue de la Paix; Truchy, boulevard des Italiens; Theophile Barrois, Jun., rue Richelieu; Librairie des Etrangers, rue Neuve Saint-Augustin; and Heideloff and Campe, rue Vivienne., 1836.
1836FranceAppel de la capitale de l'Écosse aux États-Unis d'Amerique, au sujet de l'esclavage; : tiré d'une brochure publiée a Édimbourg en mai 1836, par Oliphant et fils, d'Édimbourg. Traduit de l'anglais.Edinburgh Emancipation Society.A Paris, : Chez Hachette, libraire, rue Pierre-Sarrazin, no 12., 1836..
1836FranceEssai sur les races humaines : considérées sous les rapports anatomique et philosophiqueBroc, Pierre Paul, 1782-1848.Paris : Librarie des Sciences Médicales de Just Rouvier et E. le Bouvier, Rue de l'École de Médecine, 8 : Imprimerie d'Hippolyte Tilliard, rue Saint Hyacinthe Saint Hyacinthe Saint-Michel, 30, 1836.
1836FranceAbolition de l'esclavage, division des terres, indemnité;Vitalis, Louis.Paris, : Chez L. Hachette, libraire de l'Université royale de France, rue Pierre-Sarrazin, no 12., 1836.
1836FranceDe l'abolition de l'esclavageDain, Ch. (Charles), 1812-1871.Paris : au Bureau de la Phalange : Publication de l'École sociétaire, 1836 [Imprimerie de E. Duverger].
1836FranceLettres sur l'Amérique du NordChevalier, Michel, 1806-1879.Paris : librairie de Charles Gosselin et ce., 9 rue Saint-Germain-des-Prés : imprimerie de Bourgogne et Martinet, rue du Colombier, 30, 1836.
1836FranceTom Cringle's log.Scott, Michael, 1789-1835.Paris: : Baudry's European Library, rue du Coq, near the Louvre. Sold also by Amyot, rue de la Paix; Truchy, boulevard des Italiens; Théophile Barrois, Jun., rue Richelieu; Librairie des Étrangers, rue Neuve-Saint-Augustin; and French and English Library, rue Vivienne., 1836.
1836FranceVoyage pittoresque dans les deux Ameriques : résumé général de tous les voyages de Colomb, Las-Casas, Oviedo, Gomara, Garcilazo de la Vega, Acosta, Dutertre, Labat, Stedman, La Condamine, Ulloa, Humboldt, Hamilton, Cochrane, Mawe, Auguste de Saint-Hilaire, Max. de Neuwied, Spix et Martius, Rengger et Longchamp, Azara, Fresier, Molina, Miers, Poeppig, Antonio del Rio, Beltrami, Pike, Long, Adair, Chastellux, Bartram, Collot, Lewis et Clarke, Bradbury, Ellis, McKenzie, Franklin, Parry, Back, Phipps, etc., etc.;A Paris : Chez L. Tenr'e, libraire-éditeur, rue de Paon, 1; et chez Henri Dupuy, rue de la Monnaie, 11., M DCCC XXXVI. [1836].
1836ItalyL'America settentrionale e meridionale ovvero Descrizione di questa grande parte del mondo che comprende ... il Canadà, gli Stati Uniti del Nord ... del Perù ... con un compendio della scoperta, conquista ed origine delgli antichi popoli; dei loro riti, costumi, arti, scienze ... tratta o tradotta dalle istorie e dalle relazioni de viaggiatori Italiani, Francesi, Inglesi, ecc. ecc.Torino : presso il librajo Giuseppe Vaccarino con permissione, 1836.
1836MaineLight and truth, from ancient and sacred history.Lewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)Portland [Me.]: : D.C. Colesworthy, printer., 1836.
1836MaineAn inquiry into the nature and character of ancient and modern slavery. : To which is added a brief review of a book entitled, Testimony of God against slavery, by Rev. La Roy Sunderland.Small, J. (Jonathan)[Me.? : s.n.], 1836..
1836MaineLight and truth, from ancient and sacred history.Lewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)Portland [Me.]: : D.C. Colesworthy, printer., 1836.
1836MaineLight and truth : from ancient and sacred historyLewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)Portland [Me.] : D.C. Colesworthy, printer, 1836.
1836MarylandThe war in Florida: : being an exposition of its causes, and an accurate history of the campaigns of Generals Clinch, Gaines, and Scott.Potter, Woodburne.Baltimore: : Lewis and Coleman., 1836..
1836MarylandA brief statement of facts, shewing the origin, progress, and necessity of African colonization, : addressed to the citizens of the state of Maryland: also, a short appeal in favor of the cause.McKenney, William.Baltimore: : Printed by John D. Toy., 1836..
1836MarylandThe fourth annual report of the Maryland State Colonization Society, to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy,, 1836..
1836MassachusettsLectures of George Thompson, : with a full report of the discussion between Mr. Thompson and Mr. Borthwick, the pro-slavery agent, held at the Royal Amphitheatre, Liverpool, (Eng.) and which continued for six evenings with unabated interest: : compiled from various English editions.-- : Also, a brief history of his connection with the anti-slavery cause in England, by Wm. Lloyd Garrison.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Boston: : publihsed [sic] by Isaac Knapp., 1836..
1836MassachusettsThe old Indian chronicle; : being a collection of exceeding rare tracts written and published in the time of King Philip's War, by persons residing in the country; to which are now added marginal notes and Chronicles of the Indians from the discovery of America to the present time.Drake, Samuel Gardner, 1798-1875.Boston: : Published at the Antiquarian Institute, 56 Cornhill., MDCCCXXXVI. [1836]
1836MassachusettsA friend of the South : in answer to Remarks on D. Channing's Slavery..Pratt, Minot.Boston: : Otis, Broaders and Company., 1836..
1836MassachusettsAnnual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : being a concise history of the cases of the slave child, Med, and of the women demanded as slaves of the Supreme Judicial Court of Mass. with all the other proceedings of the society.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : published by the society. Isaac Knapp, printer, 1836.
1836MassachusettsFreedom's defence: or A candid examination of Mr. Calhoun's report on the freedom of the press : made to the Senate of the United States, Feb. 4, 1836Plumer, William, 1759-1850.Worcester [Mass.] : Dorr, Howland & Co., 1836.
1836MassachusettsExtracts from Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery, : with comments,Abolitionist.Boston: : published by D.K. Hitchcock,, 1836..
1836MassachusettsThe evils of slavery, and the cure of slavery : The first proved by the opinions of southerners themselves, the last shown by historical evidenceChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Newburyport : published by Charles Whipple, 1836.
1836MassachusettsDiscussion on American slavery, : between George Thompson, Esq., agent of the British and Foreign Society for the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the World, and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, delegate from the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States to the Congregational Union of England and Wales: holden in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's chapel, Glasgow, Scotland; on the evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1836.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 46, Washington Street., 1836.
1836MassachusettsThe abolition cause eventually triumphant. : A sermon, delivered before the Anti-Slavery Society of Haverhill, Mass. Aug. 1836.Root, David, 1791-1873.Andover [Mass.]: : Printed by Gould and Newman., 1836.
1836MassachusettsReport on the condition of the people of color in the state of Ohio : From the Proceedings of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Convention, held at Putnam, on the 22d, 23d, and 24th of April, 1835.Ohio Anti-Slavery Convention (1835 : Putnam)Boston : Published by Isaac Knapp, 1836.
1836MassachusettsMiscellanies.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Boston: : Hilliard, Gray and Company., MDCCCXXXVI. [1836]
1836MassachusettsDiscussion on American slavery, : between George Thompson, Esq., agent of the British and Foreign Society for the Abolition of Slavery Throughout the World, and Rev. Robert J. Breckinridge, delegate from the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, to the Congregational Union of England and Wales: holden in the Rev. Dr. Wardlaw's chapel, Glasgow, Scotland; on the evenings of the 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th of June, 1683 [sic], with an appendix.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 46, Washington Street., 1836.
1836MassachusettsReport of the Boston Female Anti Slavery Society : with a concise statement of events, previous and subsequent to the annual meeting of 1835.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : published by the society, 1836.
1836MassachusettsLetter of William E. Channing to James G. Birney.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Balllou [sic.], 1836.
1836MassachusettsAn address to the Presbyterians of Kentucky, proposing a plan for the instruction and emancipation of their slaves.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of KentuckyNewburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Charles Whipple., 1836.
1836MassachusettsThe slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore..Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : John H. Eastburn, printer., 1836..
1836MassachusettsReport and resolves on the subject of slavery.Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Special Committee on Slavery[Boston : s.n., 1836]
1836MassachusettsThe testimony of God against slavery: : a collection of passages from the Bible, which show the sin of holding and treating the human species as property. With notes. To which is added the testimony of the civilized world against slavery.Sunderland, La Roy, 1802-1885.Boston : Published by D.K. Hitchcock., 1836.
1836MassachusettsReport of the committee to whom was referred the memorial of the Anti-Slavery Society.Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Special Committee on Slavery[Boston : s.n., 1836]
1836MassachusettsAn account of the interviews which took place on the fourth and eighth of March, : between a committee of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, and the committee of the Legislature..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Published by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. ; Printed by Isaac Knapp., 1836..
1836MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the twenty-seventh annual meeting : held in the city of Hartford, September 14, 15, & 16, 1836.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker & Brewster, 1836.
1836MassachusettsA poem, recited before the citizens of Edgartown, July 4, 1836 ...Davis, David.New-Bedford [Mass.]: Printed by Benjamin T. Congdon, 1836.
1836MassachusettsCase of the slave-child, Med : Report of the arguments of counsel, and of the opinion of the court, in the case of Commonwealth vs. Aves; tried and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts.Aves, Thomas.Boston : Published by Isaac Knapp, 1836.
1836MassachusettsSlaveryChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Stereotyped by Shepard, Oliver, and Co., 1836.
1836MassachusettsLectures on slavery,Godwin, Benjamin, 1785-1871.Boston: : James B. Dow., 1836..
1836MassachusettsSlaveryChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Stereotyped by Shepard, Oliver, and Co., 1836.
1836MassachusettsReport of the executive committee of the American Union : at the annual meeting of the society, May 25, 1836.American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race.Boston : printed by Perkins & Marvin, 1836.
1836MassachusettsLetters on American slavery, : addressed to Mr. Thomas Rankin, merchant at Middlebrook, Augusta Co., Va.Rankin, John, 1793-1886.Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Charles Whipple., 1836.
1836MassachusettsProceedings of the New England Anti-Slavery Convention: : held in Boston, May 24, 25, 26, 1836..New England Anti-Slavery Convention (3rd : 1836 : Boston, Mass.)Boston: : Printed by Isaac Knapp, 46, Washington Street., 1836..
1836MassachusettsFourth annual report of the board of managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, : with some account of the annual meeting, January 20, 1836.Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp. 46 Washington Street., 1836..
1836MassachusettsAn address, delivered on the Fourth of July, 1836, at Pine Street Church, Boston, in the morning, and at Salem, in the afternoon. : (By request of the friends to the immediate abolition of slavery.)Fitch, Charles, 1805-1844.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 46, Washington Street., 1836..
1836MassachusettsSlavery and the domestic slave-trade in the United States : In a series of letters addressed to the Executive Committee of the American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored RaceAndrews, E. A. (Ethan Allen), 1787-1858.Boston : Light & Stearns, 1836 [Samuel Harris, Printer]
1836MassachusettsReport of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : with a concise statement of events, previous and subsequent to the annual meeting of 1835.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : Published by the Society. Isaac Knapp, printer, 1836.
1836MassachusettsMemoir of William Wilberforce.Price, Thomas, 1802-1868.Boston [Mass.]: : Light & Stearns, 1 Cornhill., 1836.
1836MassachusettsSongs of the free, and hymns of Christian freedom ...Boston : Isaac Knapp, Washington Street, 1836.
1836MassachusettsImmediateism not gradualism. : The test..[Boston : Published by William Lloyd Garrison?, 1836]
1836MassachusettsA collection of valuable documents : being Birney's vindication of abolitionists--Protest of the American A.S. Society--To the people of the United States, or, To such Americans as value their rights--Letter from the executive committee of the N.Y.A.S. Society, to the exec. com. of the Ohio State A.S.S. at Cincinnati--Outrage upon southern rights.Boston : Isaac Knapp, 46 Washington Street, 1836.
1836MassachusettsReception of George Thompson in Great Britain. : (Compiled from various British publications.).Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 1836..
1836MassachusettsPeople's almanac. 1837.Boston : Published by Charles Ellms, agent. Boston --- sold by Thomas Groom, [1836].
1836MassachusettsShipwrecks and disasters at sea, or Historical narratives of the most noted calamities, and providential deliverances from fire and famine, on the ocean. : With a sketch of the various expedients for preserving the lives of mariners by the aid of life boats, life preservers, &c.Boston: : Published by Russell, Shattuck, and Co. and Lemuel Gulliver. Also sold by all the principal booksellers throughout the United States., 1836..
1836MassachusettsThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1837 : ... Adapted to most parts of the United States.Boston : Published by N. Southard & D.K. Hitchcock, [1836].
1836New YorkAppeal to the Christian women of the South,Grimké, Angelina Emily, 1805-1879.[New York] : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, corner of Spruce and Nassau Streets., [1836]
1836New YorkProceedings of the Board of Missions of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at their first annual meeting, : held in the city of New-York, on the 22d day of June, A.D. 1836, and continued by adjournments to the 28th of the same month. Together with the reports of the Domestic and Foreign Committees, and the accounts of their respective treasurers.Episcopal Church. Board of MissionsNew-York: : Protestant Episcopal Press, print., M DCCC XXXVI [1836].
1836New YorkAppeal to the Christian women of the South,Grimké, Angelina Emily, 1805-1879.[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1836]
1836New YorkThe nineteenth annual report of the board of managers of the New-York Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Society. Instituted, A.D. 1817..New-York Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Society.New-York: : Printed at the Protestant Episcopal Press., 1836..
1836New YorkAn epistle to the clergy of the southern states.Grimké, Sarah Moore, 1792-1873.[New York? : s.n., 1836?]
1836New YorkAppeal to the Christian women of the South,Grimké, Angelina Emily, 1805-1879.[New York] : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, corner of Spruce and Nassau Streets., [1836]
1836New YorkThe world as it is: : containing a view of the present condition of its principal nations, as to their forms of government--military and naval strength--revenues--banking institutions--prison discipline--commerce--religion--morals--education, &c. &c. : With anecdotes of distinguished characters, and numerous engravings.Perkins, Samuel, 1767-1850.New York: [i.e. New Haven?] : Thomas Belknap., 1836..
1836New YorkA memoir of Granville Sharp, : to which is added Sharp's "Law of passive obedience," and an extract from his "Law of retribution."Stuart, Charles, 1783?-1865.New-York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 144 Nassau Street. William S. Dorr, printer., 1836.
1836New YorkSlavery in the United StatesPaulding, James Kirke, 1778-1860.New-York : Published by Harper & Brothers, 1836, [c1835].
1836New YorkSlave market of America.American Anti-Slavery Society.[New York] : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, New York, 1836 [William S. Dorr, Pr.]
1836New YorkConstitution and by-laws of the Young Men's Colonization Society of New-York; : to which is added the speeches of Rev. J. B. Pinney, late Gov. of Liberia, and Rev. John Breckenridge, D.D., delivered at a meeting of the society, held June 28, 1836..Young Men's Colonization Society of New York.New-York: : H. R. Piercy, 7 Theatre Alley., 1836..
1836New YorkPublic and private economySedgwick, Theodore, 1780-1839.New-York : Harper & Brothers, no. 82, Cliff-Street : H. Ludwig, printer, 72 Vesey Street, N.Y., 1836-1839.
1836New YorkThe narrative of Amos Dresser, : with Stone's letters from Natchez,--an obituary notice of the writer, and two letters from Tallahassee, relating to the treatment of slaves..Dresser, Amos, 1812-1904.New-York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, 144 Nassau-Street., 1836..
1836New YorkThe history of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave-trade, by the British ParliamentClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.New-York : Published by John S. Taylor, 1836.
1836New YorkThird annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting, held in the city of New-York, on the 10th May, 1836, and the minutes of the meetings of the society for business.American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : printed by William S. Dorr, 1836.
1836New YorkAn appeal in favor of that class of Americans called AfricansChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.New York : Published by John S. Taylor, 1836.
1836New YorkThings for northern men to do: : a discourse delivered Lord's day evening, July 17, 1836, in the Presbyterian Church, Whitesboro', N.Y.Green, Beriah, 1795-1874.New York: : published by request., 1836..
1836New YorkThe history of Virgil A. Stewart : and his adventure in capturing and exposing the great "Western Land Pirate" and his gang, in connexion [sic] with the evidence; also of the trials, confessions, and execution of a number of Murrell's associates in the state of Mississippi during the summer of 1835, and the execution of five professional gamblers by the citizens of Vicksburg, on the 6th July, 1835Howard, H. R.New York : Harper & Brothers, 1836.
1836New YorkLife and times of His late Majesty George the Fourth. : With anecdotes of distinguished persons of the last fifty years.Croly, George, 1780-1860.New York: : Harper & Brothers, no. 82 Cliff-Street., 1836.
1836New YorkObservations on a living and effectual testimony against slavery. : Introduced with some remarks upon excess and superfluity. Recommended to the consideration of the members of the Society of Friends.Irish, David.New York: : Printed for the author., 1836..
1836New YorkA view of the American slavery questionBarrows, E. P. (Elijah Porter), 1807-1888.New York : John S. Taylor, 1836.
1836New YorkThe Relation of the pulpit to slavery. : Letter to a minister of the Gospel.[Oneida County, New York? : s.n., 1836?]
1836New YorkThe Slave's friend. Vol. I.New-York: : Published by R.G. Williams, for the American Anti-Slavery Society. Office corner of Nassau and Spruce Streets, opposite City Hall., 1836.
1836OhioReport of the first anniversary of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society : held near Granville, on the twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth of April, 1836.Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati : Published by the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.
1836OhioNarrative of the late riotous proceedings against the liberty of the press, in Cincinnati. : With remarks and historical notices, relating to emancipation.Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati: : [The Society], 1836..
1836OhioThe western "patriot" and Canton almanack, for the year of our Lord 1837; : being the first after bissextile, or leap year: containing 365 days, and after the 4th of July, the sixty first of American independence. Arranged after the system of the German calendars. Wherein, besides a correct calculation of the feasts--may be found the solar and lunar eclipses; the phases, signs, and southings of the moon; the aspects of the planets, with the rising, setting and southing of the most conspicuous planets and fixed stars, the equation of time, and other miscellanies &c. &c. appertaining to an almanack. Carefully calculated from the latitude & meridian of Ohio--for this state, western Pennsylvania & the other adjacent statesWestern patriot and Canton almanack. 1837.Canton, Stark County, Ohio, : Published and sold by Peter Kaufmann., [1836]
1836OhioDebate on "modern abolitionism" : in the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, held in Cincinnati, May, 1836. With notes.Methodist Episcopal Church. General Conference (1836)Cincinnati, Ohio : Published for the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, 1836.
1836OhioSeventh annual report of the Trustees and Visitors of Common Schools, to the City Council of Cincinnati, for the school year ending June 30, 1836. : Together with the city clerk's annual statement of receipts and expenditures, and the proceedings of the City Council thereon. Reprinted by order of the School Board.Cincinnati (Ohio). Trustees and Visitors of Common SchoolsCincinnati: : printed at the Daily Times Office., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaImmediate, not gradual abolition; : or, An inquiry into the shortest, safest, and most effectual means of getting rid of West Indian slavery..Heyrick, Elizabeth, 1769-1831.Philadelphia: : published by the Philadelphia Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society. : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, no. 7 Carters' Alley., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaThe origin and true causes of the Texas insurrection, commenced in the year 1835..Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1836]
1836PennsylvaniaHill's Yankee story teller's own book : and reciter's pocket companion. Containing a choice collection of Yankee stories and Negro lecturesHill, George Handel, 1809-1849.Philadelphia : Turner & Fisher ; New York : Turner & Fisher, [c1836].
1836PennsylvaniaImpressions of America; during the years 1833, 1834, and 1835.Power, Tyrone, 1797-1841.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaThe poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler with a memoir of her life and characterChandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.Philadelphia : Published by Lemuel Howell, 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaSlavery in the United States : a narrative of the life and adventures of Charles Ball, a black man, who lived forty years in Maryland, South Carolina and Georgia, as a slave, under various masters, and was one year in the navy with Commodore Barney, during the late war. Containing an account of ... the perils and sufferings of a fugitive slave, who twice escaped from the cotton country.Ball, Charles, b. 1781?Lewistown, Pa. : Printed and published by John W. Shugert, 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaAn essay on the political grade of the free coloured population under the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of Pennsylvania : in three partsDenny, John F.Chambersburg, Pa. : Printed by Hickok & Blood, 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaEssays, philanthropic and moralChandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.Philadelphia : Published by Lemuel Howell, 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaFirst report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans, : embracing an account of "The Shelter for Coloured Orphans," instituted at Philadelphia, in the year 1822. The Association was incorporated in 1829.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : William Brown, printer., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaImpressions of America; during the years 1833, 1834, and 1835.Power, Tyrone, 1797-1841.Philadelphia: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaSeventh annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in the House of Representatives, January 30, 1836..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Harrisburg: : Printed by Theo. Fenn:, 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaThe war in Texas; : a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is the result of a long premeditated crusade against the government, set on foot by slaveholders, land speculators, &c. with the view of re-establishing, extending, and perpetuating the system of slavery and the slave trade in the republic of Mexico.Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by Merrihew and Gunn, no. 7, Carters' Alley., 1836..
1836PennsylvaniaYaradee ...Freeman, Frederick, 1799-1883.Philadelphia: J. Whetham, 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaYaradee; a plea for Africa, : in familiar conversations on the subject of slavery and colonization.Freeman, Frederick, 1799-1883.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Published by J. Whetman, No. 22 South Fourth Street., 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaPresbyterianism and slavery. : By official documents.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly.Pittsburgh [Pa.], : [s.n.], 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaThe Poetical works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb, and Kirke White. : Complete in one volume.Philadelphia: : J. Grigg, No. 9, N. Fourth-Street., 1836.
1836PennsylvaniaView of the subject of slavery contained in the Biblical repertory for April, 1836, : in which the scriptural argument, it is believed, is very clearly and justly exhibited..Pittsburgh. : Alexander Jaynes, Printer, Irwin's Row, Market Street, Pittsburgh., 1836..
1836Rhode IslandProceedings of the Rhode-Island Anti-Slavery Convention, held in Providence, on the 2d, 3d and 4th of February, 1836.Rhode Island Anti-slavery Convention (1836 : Providence, R.I.)Providence [R.I.]: : H.H. Brown, printer., 1836.
1836ScotlandA voice to the United States of America, from the metropolis of Scotland; : being an account of various meetings held in Edinburgh on the subject of American slavery, upon the return of Mr. George Thompson, from his mission to that country.Edinburgh Emancipation Society.Edinburgh: : William Oliphant and Son, 7 South Bridge Street., 1836.
1836South CarolinaAnniversary oration;Harper, William, 1790-1847.Columbia, S.C. : printed at the Telescope Office., 1836..
1836South CarolinaNotices of Florida and the campaignsCohen, M. M. (Myer M.)Charleston, S.C. : Burges & Honour, 18 Broad-Street ; New-York : B.B. Hussey, 378 Pearl-Street, 1836.
1836United StatesA history of the detection, conviction, life and designs of John A. Murel, : the great western land pirate; together with his system of villany, and plan of exciting a Negro rebellion. Also, a catalogue of the names of four hundred & fifty-five of his mystic clan fellows and followers, and a statement of their efforts for the destruction of Virgil A. Stewart, the young man who detected him. To which is added a biographical sketch of V.A. Stewart.Walton, Augustus Q.[United States : s.n.], 1836.
1836VermontAn oration, delivered before the Addison County Anti-Slavery Society : on the Fourth of July, 1836Barber, Edward D. (Edward Downing), 1806-1855.Middlebury [Vt.] : Knapp and Jewett, Printers, 1836.
1836VirginiaSermons, dialogues and narratives for servants, to be read to them in families; abridged, altered, and adapted to their condition.Meade, William, 1789-1862.Richmond: : James C. Walker, printer. Office of the Southern churchman., 1836..
1836VirginiaResolutions relative to the interference of certain associations in the Northern States with domestic slavery in the South.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaA new and comprehensive gazetteer of Virginia, and the District of Columbia : ...Martin, Joseph, of Charlottesville, Va.Charlottesville : published by Joseph Martin : Moseley & Tompkins, printers, 1836.
1836VirginiaAddress and resolutions of the Legislature of Alabama on the subject of abolition.Alabama. Legislature[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaReport and resolutions of the state of Georgia, on abolition.Georgia. General Assembly. House of Representatives[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaAmendment intended to be offered by Mr. Miller, to the Report of the Select Committee on Abolition.Miller, Fleming B.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaJournal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia, : begun and held at the capitol, in the city of Richmond, on Monday, the fifth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six.Virginia. General Assembly. House of DelegatesRichmond [Va.]: : Printed by Thomas Ritchie, printer to the Commonwealth., 1836.
1836VirginiaReport of the Attorney General.Virginia. Office of the Attorney General[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaGovernor's message, and accompanying documents.Virginia. Governor (1836-1837 : Robertson)[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaA communication from the Hon. Henry A. Wise.Wise, Henry A. (Henry Alexander), 1806-1876.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaReport on the penitentiary.Virginia Penitentiary.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaReport and resolutions adopted by the Legislature of Mississippi on the subject of abolition.Mississippi. Legislature[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaAuditor's annual report.Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaA bill, to suppress the circulation of incendiary publications, and for other purposes.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836?]
1836VirginiaResolutions of the Kentucky legislature, on the subject of abolition.Kentucky. General Assembly[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaTreasurer's annual report.Virginia. Treasurer's Office[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1836VirginiaReport of the Committee of Finance, upon the revenue and expenditures, and debt of the Commonwealth.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee of Finance[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1836]
1837BelgiumDe la démocratie en Amérique,Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Bruxelles. : Société belge de librairie, etc. Hauman, Cattoir et ce., 1837.
1837District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Lincoln, of Massachusetts: : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Feb. 7, 1837, on the resolution to censure the Hon. John Q. Adams, for inquiring of the Speaker, whether a paper, purporting to come from slaves, came within the resolution laying on the table all petitions relating to slavery.Lincoln, Levi, 1782-1868.Washington: : Printed by Gales and Seaton., 1837..
1837District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S. December 20, 1837. : To which is added the intended conclusion of the speech, suppressed by resolution of the House.Slade, William, 1786-1859.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1837]
1837District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Vanderpoel, of New York, on the resolution declaring that slaves have no right to petition Congress. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Feb. 11, 1837.Vanderpoel, Aaron, 1799-1870.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office., 1837.
1837EnglandNarrative of a voyage of observation among the colonies of western Africa, in the flag-ship Thalia : and of a campaign in Kaffir-Land, on the staff of the commander-in-chief, in 1835Alexander, James Edward, Sir, 1803-1885.London : Henry Colburn, publisher, 1837 [Maurice, Clark, and Co.].
1837EnglandA journey to Lattakoo, in South AfricaCampbell, John, 1766-1840.London : The Religious Tract Society; sold at the depository and by the booksellers, 1837. (J. Hill, printer)
1837EnglandA narrative of events, since the first of August, 1834,Williams, James, fl. 1834-1837.London: : Printed by John Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury. Sold by William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row; and all other booksellers. Price one penny., [1837]
1837EnglandLetter to the Right Honourable Lord Glenelg; : on the present state of colonial slavery.Riland, John, 1778-1863.London: : Hamilton, Adams, & Co., Paternoster Row., MDCCCXXXVII. [1837]
1837EnglandObservations on the present state and future prospects of the island of Jamaica.Mason, D.London: : John Richardson, Royal Exchange., 1837..
1837EnglandReport of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, (British settlements.)Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Aboriginal TribesLondon: : published for the Society, by William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row, and Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly., 1837..
1837EnglandRambles in Egypt and Candia, : with details of the military power and resources of those countries, and observations on the government, policy, and commercial system of Mohammed Ali.Scott, C. Rochfort (Charles Rochfort), d. 1872.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, 13, Great Marlborough Street., 1837.
1837EnglandThe foreign slave trade : a brief account of its state, of the treaties which have been entered into, and of the laws enacted for its suppression, from the date of the English Abolition Act to the present time.Beldam, Joseph, 1795-1866.London : John Hatchard and Son; J. and A. Arch; and Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1837.
1837EnglandAn act to carry into further execution the provisions of an act for completing the full payment of compensation to owners of slaves upon the abolition of slavery : (23d December 1837.)Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc. 1837.[London : printed by George Eyre and Andrew Spottiswoode, printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1837].
1837EnglandA narrative of the adventures and escape of Moses Roper, from American slavery; : with a preface,Roper, Moses.London: : Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 55, Gracechurch Street. ; And to be had of the author, at the Anti-Slavery Office, 18, Aldermanbury; Murrays, Mare Street, Hackney; Hudson, 18, Bull Street, Birmingham., MDCCCXXXVII. [1837].
1837EnglandThe wrongs of the Caffre nation; : a narrative,Beverley, R. M. (Robert Mackenzie), 1797 or 8-1868.London: : James Duncan, Paternoster Row., MDCCCXXXVII. [1837]
1837EnglandResearches into the physical history of mankind.Prichard, James Cowles, 1786-1848.London: : Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Paternoster Row 1837.[-1847].
1837EnglandNarrative of an expedition into the interior of Africa, : by the river Niger, in the steam-vessels Quorra and Alburkah, in 1832, 1833, and 1834.Laird, MacGregor, 1808-1861.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., 1837..
1837EnglandVisit to the great oasis of the Libyan Desert; : with an account, ancient and modern, of the oasis of Amun, and the other oases now under the dominion of the pasha of Egypt.Hoskins, G. A. (George Alexander), d. 1864.London: : Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, Paternoster-Row., 1837..
1837EnglandSociety in AmericaMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.London : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street., 1837..
1837EnglandOpinions of Lord Brougham, on politics, theology, law, science, education, literature, &c. &c. : as exhibited in his parliamentary and legal speeches, and miscellaneous writings.Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.London : Henry Colburn, publisher, 13, Great Marlborough Street : printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey, 1837.
1837EnglandNarrative of Captain James Fawckner's travels on the coast of Benin, West Africa.Fawckner, James.London: : published for the proprietor, by A. Schloss, 42, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury., 1837..
1837EnglandA statement of facts, submitted to the Right Hon. Lord Glenelg, His Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the colonies, : preparatory to an appeal about to be made by the author, to the Commons of Great Britain, seeking redress for grievances of a most serious tendency, committed upon him, under the administration of His Excellency, the Marquis of Sligo, the late governor, and Sir Joshua Rowe, the present Lord Chief Justice of the Island of Jamaica, with an exposure of the present system of Jamaica apprenticeship.Sterne, Henry, b. 1801.London: : Printed by J.C. Chappell, 151, Ratcliff Highway., 1837.
1837EnglandThe West Indies: : the natural and physical history of the windward and leeward colonies; with some account of the moral, social, and political condition of their inhabitants, immediately before and after the abolition of Negro slavery:Halliday, Andrew, Sir, 1781-1839.London: : John William Parker, West Strand., M.DCCC.XXXVII. [1837]
1837EnglandA narrative of events, since the first of August, 1834,Williams, James, fl. 1834-1837.London: : Printed by John Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury. Sold by William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row; and all other booksellers. Price one penny., [1837]
1837EnglandThoughts on the evils of a spirit of conquest, and on slavery : A letter on the annexation of Texas to the United StatesChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.London : John Green, 121, Newgate Street : Printed by Richard Kinder, 21, Great New Street, Fetter Lane, 1837.
1837EnglandThe Present condition of the Negro population, in the British colonies; : particularly in relation to the working of the apprenticeship system established under the "Act for the Abolition of Slavery."London: : Printed by Johnston & Barrett, 13, Mark Lane. Sold by William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row; and all other booksellers., MDCCCXXXVII. [1837]
1837EnglandA Statement of facts, illustrating the administration of the Abolition Law, and the sufferings of the Negro apprentices, in the island of Jamaica.London: : Printed by John Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury. Sold by William Ball, Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row., 1837.
1837EnglandNegro apprenticeship in the colonies. : A review of the report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed to inquire into "the working of the apprenticeship system in the colonies, the condition of the apprentices, and the laws and regulations affecting them which have been passed.".London: : John Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly; J. and A. Arch, 61 Cornhill; and Darton, Harvey and Darton, 55, Gracechurch Street., 1837..
1837FranceL'ile de Cuba. : Le comte de Villanueva et le général Tacon. : Article inséré dans les numéros des 28 septembre, 8, 15 et 22 octobre 1837 du Moniteur industriel,Daumont, Al. (Alexandre)Paris. : Imprimerie Maulde et Renou ... , 1837.
1837FranceBrésil,Denis, Ferdinand, 1798-1890.Paris, : Firmin Didot frères, éditeurs, imprimeurs-libraires de l'Institut de France, rue Jacob, no 56., 1837.
1837GeorgiaBondage a moral institution, : sanctioned by the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, and the preaching and practice of the Saviour and his apostles.Southern farmer.Macon [Ga.]: : Printed by Griffin & Purse., 1837..
1837MarylandThe fifth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society, to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1837..
1837MassachusettsSlaveholding weighed in the balance of truth, : and its comparative guilt illustratedFitch, Charles, 1805-1844.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill., 1837..
1837MassachusettsFifth annual report of the board of managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society : with some account of the annual meeting, January 25, 1837.Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston : printed by Isaac Knapp, 1837.
1837MassachusettsProceedings of the fourth New England Anti-Slavery Convention, held in Boston, May 30, 31, and June 1 and 2, 1837..New England Anti-Slavery Convention (4th : 1837 : Boston, Mass.)Boston: : Printed by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill., 1837..
1837MassachusettsBrief remarks on Miss Catharine E. Beecher's Essay on slavery and abolitionism.Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : Printed by Isaac Knapp, no. 25 Cornhill., 1837..
1837MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, presented at the twenty-eigth annual meeting : held in the city of Newark, N.J., September 13, 14, & 15, 1837.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker and Brewster, 1837.
1837MassachusettsResolutions relating to the abolition of slavery.Massachusetts. General Court. Senate[Boston : s.n., 1837]
1837MassachusettsAn oration delivered before the inhabitants of the town of Newburyport : at their request, on the sixty-first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1837Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.[Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed by Morss and Brewster, Newburyport Herald Office, [c1837].
1837MassachusettsA treatise on the intellectual character and civil and political condition of the Colored people of the U. States, and the prejudice exercised towards themEaston, H. (Hosea), b. 1798.Boston : I. Knapp, 1837.
1837MassachusettsTwelfth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1837.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1837.
1837MassachusettsRemarks of Henry B. Stanton, in the Representatives' Hall, on the 23nd [sic] and 24th of February, : before the committee of the House of Representatives, of Massachusetts, to whom was referred sundry memorials on the subject of slavery.Stanton, Henry B. (Henry Brewster), 1805-1887.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, no. 25, Cornhill., 1837.
1837MassachusettsAnnual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : with a sketch of the obstacles thrown in the way of emancipation by certain clerical abolitionists and advocates for the subjection of woman, in 1837.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill, 1837.
1837MassachusettsRemarks of Henry B. Stanton, : in the Representatives' Hall, on the 23d and 24th of February, 1837, before the Committee of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, to whom was referred sundry memorials on the subject of slavery.Stanton, Henry B. (Henry Brewster), 1805-1887.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, no. 25, Cornhill., 1837.
1837MassachusettsPoems written during the progress of the abolition question in the United States, between the years 1830 and 1838.Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill., 1837.
1837MassachusettsResolves in relation to petitions, touching the subject of slavery in the District of Columbia.Massachusetts. General Court. Senate[Boston : s.n., 1837]
1837MassachusettsA letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the annexation of Texas to the United StatesChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou, 1837.
1837MassachusettsLetter of William E. Channing to James G. Birney.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Balllou [sic.], 1837.
1837MassachusettsA letter to the abolitionistsChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : printed by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill, 1837.
1837MassachusettsA letter to the Hon. Henry Clay, on the annexation of Texas to the United StatesChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company : Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou, 1837.
1837MassachusettsAn oration delivered before the inhabitants of the town of Newburyport : at their request, on the sixty-first anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1837Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.Newburyport, [Mass.] : Charles Whipple, 1837 [Printed by Morss and Brewster, Newburyport Herald office].
1837MassachusettsLetters and addresses by George Thompson, during his mission in the United States, from Oct. 1st, 1834, to Nov. 27, 1835.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill., 1837.
1837MassachusettsRight and wrong, in Mansfield, Mass. or An account of the pro-slavery mob of October 10th, 1836: : when an anti-slavery lecturer was silenced by the beat of drums, &c. with some reasoning in favor of emancipationStearns, Isaac, 1790-1879.Pawtucket, Mass. : Robert Sherman, printer., 1837.
1837MassachusettsSlavery illustrated in its effects upon woman and domestic society.Bourne, George, 1780-1845.Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, 25 Cornhill : Marden & Kimball, printers, 3 School Street, 1837.
1837MassachusettsLetters on American slavery, : addressed to Mr. Thomas Rankin, merchant at Middlebrook, Augusta Co., Va.Rankin, John, 1793-1886.Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Charles Whipple., 1837.
1837MassachusettsLetters from John Quincy Adams to his constituents of the Twelfth Congressional District in Massachusetts : To which is added his speech in Congress, delivered February 9, 1837.Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, 1837.
1837MassachusettsSpeech of the Hon. Abel Cushing, : in the Senate of Massachusetts, on the 30th and 31st of March, 1837, on resolves relative to the action of Congress upon anti-slavery petitions, and the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia; and also upon a resolve respecting the further admission of slave-holding states into the Union.Cushing, Abel, 1785-1866.Boston. : Printed by Beals & Greene., 1837.
1837MassachusettsYouth's cabinet.Youth's cabinet (Boston, Mass.)Boston, Mass. : N. Southard, 1837-1845.
1837MassachusettsMansfield abolition, double mob riot.[Canton, Mass.] : Gazette Press--Canton, (Massachusetts,), 1837.
1837MassachusettsThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1838 : ... Adapted to most parts of the United StatesBoston : Published by D.K. Hitchcock, [1837]
1837MassachusettsColonel Pluck and Landlord, fill the flowing bowl.[Boston] : Sold wholesale and retail by Hunts & Shaw, No. 2 Mercantile wharf, and Head of City wharf, north side., [between 1837 and 1840?]
1837MassachusettsAnn Greene Chapman, of Boston. : (From the Lirerator [i.e., Liberator].) Died, in this city, Miss Ann Greene Chapman, daughter of Henry Chapman, merchant, aged 35 years. ...[Boston : s.n., 1837]
1837New HampshireA memorial of the martyred Lovejoy : in a discourseRoot, David, 1791-1873.[Dover, N.H.] : Published by Request, [1837?]
1837New JerseyThe moral state of nations, or Travels over the most interesting parts of the globe, to discover the source of moral motion; : communicated to lead mankind through the conviction of the senses to intellectual existence, and an enlightened state of nature. Speculative or abstract truth is a beacon on the shore of life, to direct the tempest-tost vessel of humanity in the storms of error and prejudice, to the haven of happiness, intellectual existence, and an enlightened state of nature. Practical truth is the pilot wisdom, who holds the helm, and directs the tacks, which impelled by the zephyr of reform, obliquely approximates that beacon, and guards the vessel from the boisterous hurricanes of precipitate innovation and revolution, which propelling the vessel of humanity in the face of the storm, wrecks it on the shoals of error and prejudice..Stewart, John, 1749-1822.[Granville, Middletown, N.J. : George H. Evans], In the year of man's retrospective knowledge, by astronomical calculation 5000. (year of the common era, 1790.) Granville, Middletown, N.J. Reprinted by George H. Evans., 1837.
1837New YorkAn appeal to the women of the nominally free statesAnti-slavery Convention of American Women (1st : 1837 : New York, N.Y.)New-York : William S. Dorr, printer, 1837.
1837New YorkProceedings of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at their second annual meeting, : held in the city of Baltimore, on the 7th day of June, A.D., 1837, and continued by adjournments to the 9th of the same month. Together with the reports of the Domestic and Foreign Committees, and the accounts of their respective treasurers.Episcopal Church. Board of MissionsNew-York: : Printed by W. Osborn, 88 William-Street., M DCCC XXXVII [1837].
1837New YorkWhat is abolition?American Anti-Slavery Society.[New York? : s.n., between 1837 and 1839]
1837New YorkFourth annual report of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting held in the city of New York, on the 9th May, 1837. And the minutes of the meetings of the society for business.American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : printed by William S. Dorr, 1837.
1837New YorkWhat is abolition?American Anti-Slavery Society.[New York] : American Anti-Slavery Society, New York, [between 1837 and 1839]
1837New YorkAddress to the citizens of the United States of America on the subject of slavery,New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.New-York: : published by the New-York Yearly Meeting of Friends. : Mahlon Day, printer, no. 374 Pearl-Street., 1837..
1837New YorkThe child's magazine.Child's magazine (New York : 1837)New-York : Published by T. Mason and G. Lane, for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1837-
1837New YorkAnti-slavery manual, : containing a collection of facts and arguments on American slavery.Sunderland, La Roy, 1802-1885.New-York: : Piercy & Reed, 7 Theatre Alley, 1837.
1837New YorkAnti-slavery manual, : containing a collection of facts and arguments on American slavery.Sunderland, La Roy, 1802-1885.New-York: : Printed by S.W. Benedict., 1837.
1837New YorkViews of slavery & emancipation; from "Society in America."Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.New-York: : Piercy & Reed, printers, 7 Theatre Alley., 1837..
1837New YorkAddress delivered before the Rochester Anti-Slavery Society, : on the 19th January, and again, by the request of several citizens, at the court house, in Rochester, on the 5th February, 1837.Holley, Myron, 1779-1841.Rochester [N.Y.]: : Printed by Hoyt and Porter., 1837..
1837New YorkProceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held in the city of New-York, May 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, 1837.Anti-slavery Convention of American Women (1st : 1837 : New York, N.Y.)New-York : printed by William S. Dorr, 1837.
1837New YorkSketches of the life and character of the Rev. Lemuel Haynes, A.M. ...Cooley, Timothy Mather, 1772-1859.New-York: : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-St., 1837.
1837New YorkAn essay in defence of slave holding, as existing in the southern states of our unionLambert, D.New York : printed by William Osborn, 1837.
1837New YorkBiographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of colour : To which is added, a selection of pieces in poetryMott, Abigail, 1766-1851.New York : Mahlon Day, 1837.
1837New YorkA practical treatise on the law of slavery. : Being a compilation of all the decisions made on that subject, in the several courts of the United States, and state courts. With copious notes and references to the statutes and other authorities, systematically arranged.Wheeler, Jacob D.New York: : Allan Pollock, Jr. ; New Orleans, : Benjamin Levy., 1837.
1837New YorkLetter of Gerrit Smith to Rev. James Smylie, of the state of Mississippi..Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York: : Published by R.G. Williams, for the American Anti Slavery Society, no. 3 Spruce Street., 1837..
1837New YorkSociety in America.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.New York [N.Y.] : Saunders and Otley, Ann Street, and Conduit Street, London., 1837.
1837New YorkSociety in AmericaMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.New York [N.Y.] : Saunders and Otley, Ann Street, and Conduit Street, London., 1837.
1837New YorkLiberty : The image and superscription on every coin issued by the United States of America. Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof ...[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society], 1837.
1837OhioA history of Oberlin, or New lights of the West. : Embracing the conduct and character of the officers and students of the institution; together with the colonists, from the founding of the institution.Smith, Delazon.Cleveland [Ohio]: : S. Underhill & Son, printers., 1837.
1837OhioReport of the second anniversary of the Ohio Anti Slavery Society / held in Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio, on the twenty-seventh of April, 1837.Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati : Published by the Anti-Slavery Society, 1837.
1837OhioThe gospel of the Jubilee. : An explanation of the typical privileges secured to the congregation and pious strangers, by the atonement on the morning of the Jubilee. Lev. 25, 9-46.Crothers, Samuel, 1783-1856.[Hamilton, Ohio] : Printed by I.M. Walters. Hamilton, O., 1837.
1837OhioFacts for the people.Facts for the people (Cincinnati, Ohio)[Cincinnati, Ohio : s.n., 1837-1845].
1837PennsylvaniaViews of colonization.Nourse, James, 1805-1854.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Gunn, printers, No. 7 Carters' Alley., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThe death of Willis. : Verses written on the death of Richard Willis of West-Point New YorkTranor, J.Philadelphia, : Fiot, Meignen & Co. No. 217 Chesnut Street. E. Gillingham. ; [between 1837 and 1839?]
1837PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Pennsylvania convention, assembled to organize a state anti-slavery society, at Harrisburg, on the 31st of January and 1st, 2d and 3d of February 1837.Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.Philadelphia : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaThe Gospel honourable to its advocates: : a sermon, by the Rev. Thomas Brainerd, at the ordination and installation of the Rev. Andrew Harris.Brainerd, Thomas, 1804-1866.[Philadelphia] : Published by the Session of the Second African Church, Philad., [between 1837 and 1866]
1837PennsylvaniaEulogium upon William Rawle, L.L.D. : delivered on the 31st of December, 1836Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872.Philadelphia : published by E.L. Carey & A. Hart : T.K. & P.G. Collins, printers, 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaThe history and present condition of St. DomingoBrown, J. (Jonathan), 1805-1868.Philadelphia : William Marshall and Co. ; [Concord, N.H.] : Stereotyped by Jacob Perkins, Concord, N.H., 1837, c1836.
1837PennsylvaniaThe stated meeting of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society, will be held on Thursday evening, the [blank] inst., 183[blank] at the hall in Haines Street..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1837?]
1837PennsylvaniaA journal of the life, gospel labours, and Christian experiences, of that faithful minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman, late of Mount Holly, in the province of New Jersey.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia: : Published by T.E. Chapman, No. 45 Cherry St. J. Richards, printer, No. 129 North Third St., 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaAn essay on slavery and abolitionism : with reference to the duty of American femalesBeecher, Catharine Esther, 1800-1878.Philadelphia : Henry Perkins ; Perkins & Marvin, Boston, 1837 [Philadelphia : I. Ashmead and Co. Printers]
1837PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Board of Managers of the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania: Read February 22, 1837.Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by William Stavely, no. 12 Pear street., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThird annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 1, 1837..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaA journal of the life, gospel labours, and Christian experiences, of that faithful minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman, late of Mount Holly, in the province of New Jersey.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia: : Published by T.E. Chapman, No. 45 Cherry St. J. Richards, printer, No. 129 North Third St., 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaImmediate, not gradual abolition.Heyrick, Elizabeth, 1769-1831.Philadelphia: : published by the Philadelphia A.S. Society. : Merrihew and Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaTo the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met. : The memorial of your petitioners respectfully sheweth, that they approach your honourable body on behalf, and in the name of the Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania, to solicit such aid as you may see fit to grant. It is perhaps enough to state, that the success of African colonization has proved to the world the usefulness, practiability and benevolence of the enterprise. ...Young Men's Colonization Society of Pennsylvania.[Pennsylvania : s.n., 1837]
1837PennsylvaniaAddress of the representatives of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, &c. to the citizens of the United States..Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955). Meeting for SufferingsPhiladelphia: : Joseph & William Kite, printers., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThe war in Texas; : a review of facts and circumstances, showing that this contest is a crusade against Mexico, set on foot and supported by slaveholders, land-speculators, &c. in order to re-establish, extend, and perpetuate the system of slavery and the slave trade.Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.Philadelphia: : Printed for the publishers, by Merrihew and Gunn, no. 7, Carter's Alley., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThe humorist.Hook, Theodore Edward, 1788-1841.Philadelphia: : E.L. Carey & A. Hart., 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaThe life of Thomas Jefferson ... . 2 vol.Tucker, George.Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1837.
1837PennsylvaniaAll slave-keepers that keep the innocent in bondage, apostates pretending to lay claim to the pure & holy Christian religion; : of what congregation so ever; but especially in their ministers, by whose example the filthy leprosy and apostacy is spread far and near; it is a notorious sin, which many of the true Friends of Christ, and his pure truth, called Quakers, has been for many years, and still are concern'd to write and bear testimony against; as a practice so gross & hurtful to religion, and destructive to government, beyond what words can set forth, or can be declared of by men or angels, and yet lived in by ministers and magistrates in America. The leaders of the people cause them to err.Lay, Benjamin, 1677-1759.Philadelphia: : Printed [by Benjamin Franklin] for the author., 1737. [i.e. 1738]
1837PennsylvaniaAn essay on slavery and abolitionism : with reference to the duty of American femalesBeecher, Catharine Esther, 1800-1878.Philadelphia : Henry Perkins. Perkins & Marvin, Boston, 1837 [Philadelphia : I. Ashmead and Co. Printers]
1837PennsylvaniaEighth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, Feb. 27th, 1837..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by J. Thompson, S.E. corner Second & Market Sts., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThe first [i.e. second] annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association, by Joseph Rakestraw., 1837..
1837PennsylvaniaThe life of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States. : With parts of his correspondence never before published, and notices of his opinions on questions of civil government, national policy, and constitutional law.Tucker, George, 1775-1861.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Carey, Lea & Blanchard., 1837.
1837ScotlandSlavery in America. : A reprint of An appeal to the Christian women of the slave states of America.Grimké, Angelina Emily, 1805-1879.Edinburgh: : William Oliphant and Son, 7, South Bridge Street; George Gallie, and David Robertson, Glasgow; Finlay & Charlton, Newcastle; W. Curry, Jun. & Co. Dublin; and Hamilton, Adams, & Co. London., MDCCCXXXVII. [1837]
1837ScotlandAn appeal to the abolitionists of Great Britain, : in behalf of the cause of universal emancipation.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.Edinburgh: : William Oliphant and Son, 7, South Bridge Street; George Gallie, and David Robertson, Glasgow; Finlay & Charlton, Newcastle; W. Curry, Jun. & Co. Dublin; and Hamilton, Adams & Co. London., MDCCCXXXVII [1837]
1837South CarolinaNatural history of the Negro raceGuenebault, J. H.Charleston, S.C. : D.J. Dowling. Sold by J.P. Beile, W.H. Berrett, and S. Babcock & Co. [and 14 others in 10 cities], 1837.
1837VirginiaSecond annual report of the president to the stockholders of the James River and Kanawha Company, : together with the proceedings of the stockholders at their second annual meeting in December 1836.James River and Kanawha Company (Richmond, Va.)Richmond [Va.]: : Shepherd & Colin, printers., 1837.
1837VirginiaJournal of the House of Delegates of the Commonwealth of Virginia, : continued and held at the capitol, in the city of Richmond, on Monday, the twelfth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven.Virginia. General Assembly. House of DelegatesRichmond [Va.]: : Printed by Thomas Ritchie, printer to the Commonwealth., 1837.
1837VirginiaReport of the Committee of Finance, upon the revenue and expenditures and debt of the Commonwealth.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Committee of Finance[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1837]
1837VirginiaA bill, amending the laws concerning emancipated slaves, free negroes and mulattoes. : (February 10th, 1837--Read first and second times, and committed.)Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1837]
1837VirginiaResolution offered by Mr. May.May, John F.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1837]
1838BelgiumLettres sur l'Amérique du NordChevalier, Michel, 1806-1879.Bruxelles : Société belge de librairie : Hauman et ce., 1838.
1838ConnecticutThoughts on American slavery, and its proposed remedies.Hartford [Conn.]: : Published by Henry Benton., 1838.
1838DelawareThe Delaware register and farmers' magazine.Dover, Del., S. Kimmey, Printer, 1838-1839.
1838DenmarkCreolerinden, et Billede af Livet i Vestindien.Boumann, Carl Christian.[Copenhagen] : Kjöbenhaven : Trykt og Forlagt af Andreas Seidelin; Hof= og Universitets=Bogtrykker, 1838.
1838District of ColumbiaSpeech of Henry Clay, of Kentucky, on certain resolutions offered to the Senate of the United States, in December, 1837, by Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina : involving principles of interpretation of the Constitution of the United States : the subject of the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia and the territories of the United States : and the right of petition on that subject : Delivered in the Senate U.S., January 9, 1838.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.Washington : Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1838.
1838District of ColumbiaThe twenty-first annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States : with the proceedings of the annual meeting, December 13, 1837.American Colonization Society.Washington : James C. Dunn, printer, 1838.
1838District of ColumbiaTexas, or An answer to the objections urged against her admission into the Union.Georgetown [Washington, D.C.]: : Published by James Thomas, Bridge Street., 1838.
1838EnglandLord Brougham's speech in the House of Lords, Monday, January 29, 1838 : upon the slave trade : with an abstract of the discussion which ensuedBrougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.Lindfield [Eng.] : printed at the schools of industry : W. Eade, printer ..., 1838.
1838EnglandThe duty of Christian England to her colonies and the heathens. : A sermon, preached on August 28, 1838, in the parish church of Loughborough, at the anniversary meeting of the societies for promoting Christian knowledge, and for the propagation of the Gospel in foreign parts.Hamilton, J. H.London: : Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Paternoster Row; and Combe and Crossley, Leicester., 1838..
1838EnglandSpeech delivered in the House of Commons upon the motion of Sir Eardley Wilmot for the immediate abolition of Negro apprenticeship in the British colonies, : on Tuesday, May 22, 1838.Lytton, Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron, 1803-1873.London: : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street., 1838..
1838EnglandStrictures on a Life of William Wilberforce by the Rev. W. [!] Wilberforce, and the Rev. S. WilberforceClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, Paternoster-Row : printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square, 1838.
1838EnglandLetters from the West Indies, : during a visit in the autumn of MDCCCXXXVI, and the spring of MDCCCXXXVII;Lloyd, William, MDLondon: : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street. ; Birmingham: : B. Hudson., [1838?]
1838EnglandFreemen and slaves : an historical tragedy in five acts.Ball, William, 1801-1878.London : Saunders and Otley, 1838 [Printed by Ibotson and Palmer].
1838EnglandNegro education, Jamaica : Return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 5 February 1838; for, copy of a report from C.J. Latrobe, Esq., on Negro education in Jamaica, with correspondence relating thereto ... (Sir George Grey.)Great Britain. Colonial Office[London] : Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 7 February, 1838.
1838EnglandInformation respecting the aborigines in the British colonies. : Circulated by direction of the Meeting for Sufferings. : Being principally extracts from the report presented to the House of Commons, by the select committee appointed on that subject..London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Meeting for Sufferings. Aborigines' Committee.London: : Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street., 1838..
1838EnglandDemocracy in America.Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.London: : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street., 1838.
1838EnglandOur case made out. : Lord Glenelg, a witness in favour of the immediate and total abolition of negro apprenticeship..Glenelg, Charles Grant, Baron, 1778-1866.[London] : Johnston & Barrett, printers, 13, Mark Lane., [1838]
1838EnglandSpeech of George Thompson, Esq., at a great meeting for the extinction of negro apprenticeship, : held in the Town Hall, Devonport, on Wednesday, May 2nd, 1838.Thompson, George, 1804-1878.London: : Central Negro Emancipation Office, 25, Tokenhouse Yard; William Oliphant and Son, Edinburgh; George Gallie, Glasgow; Finlay and Charlton, Newcastle-on-Tyne., MDCCCXXXVIII [1838]
1838EnglandSpeech of the Right Hon. Viscount Howick, in the House of Commons, : on Friday, March 30, 1838, on Sir G. Strickland's motion for the abolition of Negro apprenticeship..Grey, Henry George Grey, Earl, 1802-1894.London: : James Ridgway and Sons, Piccadilly., MDCCCXXXVIII. [1838]
1838EnglandThe West Indies in 1837; : being the journal of a visit to Antigua, Montserrat, Dominica, St. Lucia, Barbados, and Jamaica; undertaken for the purpose of ascertaining the actual condition of the negro population of those islands.Sturge, Joseph, 1793-1859.London: : Hamilton, Adams, & Co. Paternoster Row. ; [Birmingham, Eng.] : Printed by B. Hudson, Birmingham., 1838.
1838EnglandSpeech delivered in the House of Commons on the motion of Sir George Strickland, : for the abolition of the Negro apprenticeship, Friday, March 30, 1838. : With an appendix.Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart), 1809-1898.London: : J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1838..
1838EnglandReminiscences of South America: : from two and a half years' residence in Venezuela.Hawkshaw, John, Sir, 1811-1891.London: : Jackson and Walford, 18, St. Paul's churchyard., 1838..
1838EnglandHistory of Madagascar. : Comprising also the progress of the Christian mission established in 1818 ... and of the persecution of the native Christians.Ellis, William, 1794-1872.[London] : Fisher, Son, & Co. Newgate-Street, London; ; [Paris] : Quai de l'ecole, Paris., [1838]
1838EnglandRetrospect of western travelMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.London: : Saunders and Otley, Conduit-Street., 1838..
1838EnglandImmediate emancipation : The speech of Lord Brougham in the House of Lords, on Tuesday, February 20th, 1838, on slavery and the slave-tradeBrougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.London : printed for the Central Emancipation Committee; and sold by J. Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury : G. Wightman, Paternoster Row and all booksellers, 1838.
1838EnglandReport of Captain J.W. Pringle, on prisons in the West Indies. : Barbadoes. Montserrat. Antigua. Tortola. St. Lucia. Part II. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's command.) Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 17 July 1838..Pringle, J. W. (John Watson)[London : s.n., 1838]
1838EnglandMemoir of William Knibb, : son of the Rev. W. Knibb, missionary, who died at the refuge, near Falmouth, Jamaica.Hoby, J. (James), 1788-1871.London: : Thomas Ward and Co., Paternoster Row., [ca. 1838]
1838EnglandAn expedition of discovery into the interior of Africa : through the hitherto undescribed countries of the Great Namaquas, Boschmans, and Hill DamarasAlexander, James Edward, Sir, 1803-1885.London : Henry Colburn, Publisher, 1838 [Printed by William Wilcockson]
1838EnglandBritish Guiana. : Speech delivered at the anti-slavery meeting, in Exeter Hall, on Wednesday, the 4th of April, 1838,Scoble, John.London: : Published by the Central Negro Emancipation Committee, 25, Tokenhouse Yard., 1838.
1838EnglandMen and things in America; : being the experience of a year's residence in the United States, in a series of letters to a friend.Bell, Andrew, fl. 1838-1866.London: : William Smith, 113 Fleet Street. Fraser and Co., Edinburgh; Curry and Co., Dublin., MDCCCXXXVIII [1838]
1838EnglandLord Brougham's speech in the House of Lords, on Tuesday, the 20th of February, 1838 : for the immediate emancipation of the Negro apprentices.Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.London : James Ridgway and Sons, Piccadilly : Norman and Skeen, printers, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, 1838.
1838EnglandPunishments inflicted under the apprenticeship system; : extracted from the appendix to a report recently published by the committee of the London Anti-slavery Society, on Negro apprenticeship in the British colonies..London Anti-slavery Society.London: : Published at the office of the London Anti-slavery Society, 18, Aldermanbury; John Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly; J. and A. Arch, 61, Cornhill; and Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 55, Gracechurch Street., MDCCCXXXVIII. [1838]
1838EnglandRetrospect of western travelMartineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.London : Published by Saunders and Otley ; New-York : Sold by Harper & Brothers, 1838.
1838EnglandTruths from the West Indies. : Including a sketch of Madeira in 1833.Hodgson, Studholme, 1805-1890.London: : --William Ball, Paternoster Row., 1838..
1838EnglandColonization and Christianity: : a popular history of the treatment of the natives by the Europeans in all their colonies.Howitt, William, 1792-1879.London: : Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans., 1838..
1838EnglandAn act for the better and more effectually carrying into effect the treaties and conventions made with foreign powers for suppressing the slave trade : (27th July 1838.)Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc. 1838.[London : printed by George Eyre and Andrew Spottiswoode, printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1838.]
1838EnglandThe life of William Wilberforce.Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street. MDCCCXXXVIII [1838].
1838EnglandHymns for anti-slavery prayer-meetings..London: : Jackson and Walford, St. Paul's Churchyard; ; [Sheffield, Eng.] : Sold by Leader, Sheffield; and all other booksellers., MDCCCXXXVIII. [1838]
1838FranceDe la démocratie en Amérique,Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.Paris, : Charles Gosselin et W. Coquebert, 9, rue Saint-Germain-des-Prés., 1838.
1838FranceEsclavage et traite : par Agénor de Gasparin ...Gasparin, Agénor, comte de, 1810-1871.Paris : Joubert libraire éditeur, 1838 [Imprimerie et fonderie de Fain].
1838IllinoisNarrative of riots at Alton : in connection with the death of Rev. Elijah P. LovejoyBeecher, Edward, 1803-1895.Alton : published by George Holton, 1838.
1838IrelandThe Quadroon girl: : a tale of the slave states. In three cantos.Dublin: : Printed by Webb and Chapman, Great Brunswick-Street., 1838.
1838LiberiaA brief grammatical analysis of the Grebo language..Wilson, J. Leighton (John Leighton), 1809-1886.[Cape Palmas, Liberia] : Printed at Fair Hope Station, Cape Palmas, West Africa, press of the A.B.C.F. Mission., 1838..
1838LiberiaMatthew's Gospel translated into the Grebo language.Bible. N.T. Matthew. Grebo.[Liberia] : Cape Palmas, W. Africa : Fair Hope Station, Press of the A.B.C.F. Mission, 1838.
1838MarylandSome thoughts concerning domestic slavery :Carey, John L.Baltimore : Joseph N. Lewis, 258 Market St. : John D. Toy, printer, 1838.
1838MarylandThe sixth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society, to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1838..
1838MassachusettsReport on the annexation of Texas to the United States.Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Committee on the Annexation of Texas[Boston : The Committee, 1838]
1838MassachusettsThe martyr of freedom. : A discourse delivered at East Machias, November 30, and at Machias, December 7, 1837.Stone, Thomas T. (Thomas Treadwell), 1801-1895.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, 25 Cornhill., 1838.
1838MassachusettsMemoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley, : a native African and a slave. Also, Poems by a slave..Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.Boston, : Published by Isaac Knapp, no. 25 Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsNarrative of Joanna; an emancipated slave, of Surinam : (From Stedman's Narrative of a five year's expedition against the revolted Negroes of Surinam.)Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.Boston : Published by Issac Knapp, 1838.
1838MassachusettsProceedings of the Convention of Ministers of Worcester County, on the Subject of Slavery; : held at Worcester, December 5 & 6, 1837, and January 16, 1838.Convention of Ministers of Worcester County on the Subject of Slavery (1837-1838 : Worcester, Mass.)Worcester [Mass.]: : Massachusetts Spy Office,, 1838.
1838MassachusettsFifth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill., 1838.
1838MassachusettsLetters to Catherine [sic] E. Beecher, : in reply to An essay on slavery and abolitionism, addressed to A.E. Grimke.Grimké, Angelina Emily, 1805-1879.Boston: : printed by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsAn address delivered in Marlboro' Chapel, Boston, July 4, 1838.Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsSixth annual report of the board of managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. : Presented January 24, 1838. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsAn appeal to the Methodist Episcopal churchScott, Orange, 1800-1847.Boston : D.H. Ela, 1838.
1838MassachusettsAn address delivered at the Broadway Tabernacle, N.Y. August 1, 1838. : By request of the people of color of that city, in commemoration of the complete emancipation of 600,000 slaves on that day, in the British West Indies,Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston: : published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25, Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsThirteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1838.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1838. [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1838MassachusettsPicture of slavery in the United States of America.Bourne, George, 1780-1845.Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, 25 Cornhill, 1838, [c1834].
1838MassachusettsThe limitations of human responsibilityWayland, Francis, 1796-1865.Boston : Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1838 [Press of Knowles, Vose & Co.].
1838MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, presented at the twenty-ninth annual meeting : held in the city of Portland, Maine, Sept. 12, 13, & 14, 1838.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker and Brewster, 1838.
1838MassachusettsReport of a delegate to the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held in Philadelphia, May, 1838; including an account of other meetings held in Pennsylvania Hall, and of the riot. Addressed to the Fall River Female Anti-Slavery Society, and published by its request.Lovell, Laura H.Boston : I. Knapp, 1838.
1838MassachusettsAn appeal to the women of the nominally free statesAnti-slavery Convention of American Women (1st : 1837 : New York, N.Y.)Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, 1838 [Marden & Kimball, printers].
1838MassachusettsA letter from James Boyle to Wm. Lloyd Garrison, : respecting the clerical appeal, sectarianism, true holiness, &c. Also, Lines on Christian rest,Boyle, James, of Rome, OhioBoston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, at 25, Cornhill., 1838..
1838MassachusettsLetters on the equality of the sexes, and the condition of woman : Addressed to Mary S. Parker, president of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society.Grimké, Sarah Moore, 1792-1873.Boston : published by Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill, 1838.
1838MassachusettsMr. Allen's report of a declaration of sentiments on slavery, Dec. 5, 1837.Allen, George, 1792-1883.Worcester [Mass.] : Printed by Henry J. Howland, 1838.
1838MassachusettsA system of phrenology.Combe, George, 1788-1858.Boston: : Marsh, Capen, and Lyon. : Stereotyped by Lyman Thurston & Co. Boston., 1838.
1838MassachusettsA sermon occasioned by the Alton outrage and murder of Rev. E.P. Lovejoy. : Delivered in Newbury, Mass. December 22, 1837.Tracy, Frederick Palmer, 1815-1860.Newburyport [Mass.]: : Charles Whipple., 1838.
1838MassachusettsThe limitations of human responsibilityWayland, Francis, 1796-1865.Boston : Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, 1838 [Press of Knowles, Vose & Co.].
1838New HampshireA discourse on the Alton outrage, : delivered at Peacham, Vermont, December 17, 1837.Worcester, Leonard, 1767-1846.Concord, N.H. : Printed by Asa McFarland--State House Square., 1838.
1838New JerseyA sketch of the colonization enterprise, and of the soil, climate and production of Liberia, in Africa.Colonization Society of the City of Newark.[Newark, N.J. : s.n., 1838]
1838New YorkAlton trials: : of Winthrop S. Gilman, who was indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Roff. George H. Walworth ... [et al.] for the crime of riot, committed on the night of the 7th of November, 1837, while engaged in defending a printing press, from an attack made on it at that time, by an armed mob.Gilman, Winthrop Sargent, 1808-1884 defendant.New-York: : published by John F. Trow, University Press, 36 Ann-Street., 1838..
1838New YorkProceedings of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at their first triennial meeting, : held in the city of Philadelphia, on the 6th day of September, A.D. 1838, and continued by adjournments to the 17th of the same month. Together with the reports of the Domestic and Foreign Committees, the report of the board to the General Convention, and the report of a special committee, made by the Rev. Dr. Jarvis.Episcopal Church. Board of MissionsNew-York: : Printed by William Osborn, 88 William-street., M DCCC XXXVIII [1838].
1838New YorkThe Bible against slavery. : An inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic systems on the subject of human rights..Weld, Theodore Dwight, 1803-1895.New-York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkProceedings of a meeting to form the Broadway Tabernacle Anti-slavery Society, : with the constitution &c. and Address to the church.Broadway Tabernacle Anti-slavery Society (New York, N.Y.)New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by William S. Dorr, No. 123 Fulton Street., 1838.
1838New YorkWhy work for the slave?.Southard, Nathaniel.[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1838]
1838New YorkThe constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the declaration of the National Anti-Slavery Convention at Philadelphia, December, 1833, and the Address to the public, issued by the executive committee of the Society, in September, 1835.American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, 1838.
1838New YorkAmerican liberties and American slavery. : Morally and politically illustrated.Treadwell, S. B. (Seymour Boughton), 1795-1867.New-York: : John S. Taylor. ; Boston: : Weeks, Jordan & Co., 1838.
1838New YorkHumbugs of New-York: : being a remonstrance against popular delusion; whether in science, philosophy, or religion.Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.New-York: : John S. Taylor, Brick-Church Chapel. ; Boston: : Weeks, Jordan & Co., 1838.
1838New YorkAn antidote for a poisonous combination recently prepared by a "Citizen of New-York," alias Dr. Reese : entitled, "An appeal to the reason and religion of American Christians," &c. Also, David Meredith Reese's "Humbugs" dissectedRuggles, David, 1810-1849.New-York: : Published by William Stuart, No. 108 Nassau-Street., 1838.
1838New YorkFifth annual report of the executive committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the minutes of the meetings of the society for business, and the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 8th May, 1838.American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : printed by William S. Dorr, 1838.
1838New YorkThe substance of an address, delivered to the Oneida Annual Conference of Ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church, August 31; and to the Genesee Conference, September 21, 1837; : on the duties of the president of an annual conference; and on the principles and history of said church on the act of holding slaves.Hedding, Elijah, 1780-1852.New-York: : Published by T. Mason and G. Lane, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the conference office, 200 Mulberry-Street. J. Collard, printer., 1838..
1838New YorkWhy work for the slave? : Addressed to the treasurers and collectors in the anti-slavery cent-a-week societies,Southard, Nathaniel.New=York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkA sermon, : preached in the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the village of Fulton, N.Y. Sabbath evening, December 3d, 1837, on the occasion of the death of the Rev. E.P. Lovejoy; who was murdered by a mob at Alton, Ill. November 7th, 1837.Lee, Luther, 1800-1889.Fulton, N. Y. : Printed at the Chronicle Office, by T. Johnson., 1838..
1838New YorkHon. Luther Bradish's letter to the committee of the New York State A.S. Society..Bradish, Luther, 1783-1863.[New York : s.n., 1838]
1838New YorkAn appeal to the reason and religion of American Christians, against the American Anti-Slavery Society.Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.[New York] : Printed by Spinning & Hodges, No. 162 Nassau-street., 1838.
1838New YorkCorrespondence, between the Hon. F.H. Elmore, one of the South Carolina delegation in Congress, and James G. Birney, one of the secretaries of the American Anti-Slavery Society..Birney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.New-York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkProceedings of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at their third annual meeting, : held in the city of Boston, on the 20th day of June, A.D., 1838, and continued by adjournments to the 22d of the same month. Together with the reports of the Domestic and Foreign Committees, and the accounts of their respective treasurers.Episcopal Church. Board of MissionsNew-York: : Printed by William Osborn, 88 William-street., M DCCC XXX VIII [1838].
1838New YorkRecollections of a southern matron.Gilman, Caroline Howard, 1794-1888.New-York: : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street., 1838..
1838New YorkNarrative of James Williams, an American slave.Williams, James, b. 1805.[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1838]
1838New YorkInquiry into the character and tendency of the American Colonization, and American Anti-Slavery Societies.Jay, William, 1789-1858.New York: : Published by R.G. Williams, for the American Anti-Slavery Society, 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkEmancipation in the West Indies. : A six months' tour in Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 1837.Thome, James A. (James Armstrong), 1813-1873.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau-Street., 1838..
1838New YorkMemoir of the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy; : who was murdered in defence of the liberty of the press, at Alton, Illinois, Nov. 7, 1837.Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph Cammet), 1805-1871.New York: : Published by John S. Taylor, Brick Church Chapel, corner of Park Row and Spruce Street., 1838..
1838New YorkThe power of Congress over the District of Columbia. : Originally published in the New-York evening post, under the signature of "Wythe." : With additions by the author..Weld, Theodore Dwight, 1803-1895.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkEmancipation in the West Indies. : A six months' tour in Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 1837.Thome, James A. (James Armstrong), 1813-1873.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkBiographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : To which is added a selection of pieces in poetryMott, Abigail, 1766-1851.New York : stereotyped for and printed by order of the trustees of the residuary estate of Lindley Murray. M. Day, printer, 1838.
1838New YorkDemocracy in America.Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.New York: : George Dearborn & Co., 38 Gold Street, and Adlard and Saunders, 46 Broadway., 1838.
1838New YorkAnnual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : Presented May 1838.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board., 1838.
1838New YorkLetters from the West Indies : relating especially to the Danish island St. Croix, and to the British Islands Antigua, Barbadoes and JamaicaHovey, Sylvester, 1797-1840.New York : Gould and Newman, 1838.
1838New YorkNarrative of James Williams, an American slave, : who was for several years a driver on a cotton plantation in Alabama.Williams, James, b. 1805.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 143 Nassau Street. ; Boston: : Isaac Knapp, 25 Cornhill., 1838.
1838New YorkThe Bible against slavery. : An inquiry into the patriarchal and Mosaic systems on the subject of human rights..Weld, Theodore Dwight, 1803-1895.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1838..
1838New YorkThe limitations of human responsibility.Wayland, Francis, 1796-1865.New York: : D. Appleton & Co., 200, Broadway., MDCCCXXXVIII. [1838]
1838New YorkThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1839 : ... Calculated for New York; adapted to the northern and middle states.New York : Published for the American Anti-Slavery Society, [1838].
1838New YorkThe Scrap book; : a selection of humorous stories, interesting fables, and authentic anecdotes.New York: : Published for the booksellers, [1838?]
1838New YorkThe Mirror of liberty.New-York : edited and published quarterly by David Ruggles. William S. Dorr, printer, 1838-1840.
1838New YorkDoes the Bible sanction slavery?[New York? : American Anti-Slavery Society?, 1838?]
1838New YorkEmancipation in the West Indies, in 1838..[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society, 1838]
1838OhioReport of the third anniversary of the Ohio Anti-slavery Society : held in Granville, Licking County, Ohio, on the 30th of May, 1838.Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati : Published by the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, Samuel A. Alley, Printer, 1838.
1838OhioMemorial of the Ohio Anti Slavery Society, to the General Assembly of the state of Ohio..Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati : Pugh & Dodd--printers--Fifth & Main., 1838..
1838OhioReport of the Select Committee of the Senate, : on the petitions of sundry citizens, praying the repeal of certain laws restricting the rights of persons of color; and for securing to all persons within the jurisdiction of the state, the right of trial by jury.Ohio. General Assembly. Senate. Select Committee on the Peitions of Sundry Citizens Praying the Repeal of Certain Laws Restricting the Rights of Persons of Color.[Columbus, Ohio? : s.n., 1838]
1838OhioReport of the third anniversary of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, : held in Granville, Licking County, Ohio, on the 30th of May, 1838..Ohio Anti-slavery Society.Cincinnati: : Published by the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society, Samuel A. Alley, printer., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaA plea for Africa : being familiar conversations on the subject of slavery and colonization, (originally published under the title "Yaradee.") Revised and enlargedFreeman, Frederick, 1799-1883.Philadelphia : Printed by William Stavely, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaConstitution of the American Free Produce Association : Organized ninth month (Sept.) 6, 1838.American Free Produce Association.Philadelphia : Merrihew & Gunn, Printers, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaBrief memoirs of Thomas Shipley and Edwin P. Atlee, : read before the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c. tenth month, 1837.Parrish, Isaac.Philadelphia: : published by the Society. Merrihew and Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaThe claims of abolitionism upon the Church of Christ, candidly examined. : A sermon, delivered at the Baptist church, Harrisburg, on the morning of Sabbath, February 18th, 1838,Kingsford, Edward.Harrisburg: : printed by E. Guyer., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaLetters on the Colonization Society : and on its probable results; under the following heads ... Addressed to the Hon. C.F. Mercer ...Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia] : E.G. Dorsey, printer, [May 20, 1838].
1838PennsylvaniaAddress of Joseph R. Ingersoll at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, : October 25, 1838..Ingersoll, Joseph R. (Joseph Reed), 1786-1868.Philadelphia: : Printed by William Stavely, no. 12 Pear Street., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaAddress on American slavery, : delivered before the semi-annual meeting of the Junior Anti-Slavery Society, of Philadelphia. July 4th, 1838.Peterson, Henry, 1818-1891.Philadelphia: : Published by direction of the Society. ; Merrihew and Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaAn address to the citizens of the United States, on the subject of slavery.Association of Friends for Advocating the Cause of the Slave, and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color.[Philadelphia] : Published by direction of the association. : Neall & Shann, printers., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaMinutes of proceedings of the Requited Labor Convention, : held in Philadelphia, on the 17th and 18th of the fifth month, and by adjournment on the 5th and 6th of the ninth month, 1838.Requited Labor Convention (1838 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaFourth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 11, 1838..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaTo the people of color in the state of Pennsylvania.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.[Philadelphia : The Society, 1838]
1838PennsylvaniaReminiscences of a 46 years' residence in the island of St. Thomas, in the West Indies.Nissen, Johan Peter.Nazareth, Pa. : Printed by Senseman & Co., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaAddresse an das Volk über Sclaverei : Eine Vertheidigung der Grundsätze und Massregeln der Abolitionisten.Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.[Philadelphia] : Herausgegeben von der östlichen Abtheilung der pennsylvanischen Anti-Sclaverei-Gesellschaft, [1838]
1838PennsylvaniaThe present state and condition of the free people of color, of the city of Philadelphia and adjoining districts, as exhibited by the report of a committee of the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c. : Read First Month (Jan.) 5th, 1838.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia: : Published by the Society. ; Merrihew and Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaAddress to the senators and representatives of the free states, in the Congress of the United States.Anti-slavery Convention of American Women (2nd : 1838 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Merrihew and Gunn, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaPoems, by John G. Whittier.Whittier, John Greenleaf.Philadelphia: Joseph Healy, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaAppeal of forty thousand citizens, threatened with disfranchisement, to the people of Pennsylvania.Purvis, Robert, 1810-1898.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaAn expedition of discovery into the interior of Africa : through the hitherto undescribed countries of the Great Namaquas, Boschmans, and Hill DamarasAlexander, James Edward, Sir, 1803-1885.Philadelphia, Pa. : E.L. Carey and A. Hart, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaProceedings of the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held in Philadelphia. May 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th, 1838.Anti-slavery Convention of American Women (2nd : 1838 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Merrihew and Gunn, 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaAddress of John G. Watmough, high sheriff, to his constituents. : in reference to the disturbances which took place in the city and county of Philadelphia, during the summer of 1838.Watmough, John G. (John Goddard), 1793-1861.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaNinth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, Feb. 8th, 1838..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : William Brown, printer., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaRights of colored men to suffrage, citizenship and trial by jury: : being a book of facts, arguments and authorities, historical notices and sketches of debates--with notes.Yates, William, 1767-1857.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaThe third annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association, by Joseph Rakestraw., 1839..
1838PennsylvaniaCooke's Circus Chesnut Street, near Ninth. This present evening, Tuesday, March 13. : A display of geomatrical and mathematical arrangement, in which the whole troupe will lend their aid, and to be designated the Egyptian living pyramids!!! ... An entire new local bagatelle sketch, arranged in the form of a comic ballet, entitied [sic] Samuel Slick, Esq. or, Love in the far, far West. ... The ballet and dances invented by Mr. J.H. Amherst. ... Prices of admission:--Boxes 75 cts, pit 50. Children under ten years to the boxes 50 cts, pit 25. Doors open at a quarter past 6 o'clock, performances to commence at 7, precisely.Cooke's Circus.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1838]
1838PennsylvaniaPoems,Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Published by Joseph Healy. ; Boston [Mass.]: : Weeks, Jordan & Co. ; New York [N.Y.]: : John S. Taylor., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaSpeech of William P. Maclay, in the Reform Convention of Pennsylvania. : January 17, 1838.Maclay, William Plunkett, 1774-1842.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaHistorical, geographical, and other lessons for memory,Philadelphia: : Henry Perkins, 134 Chestnut Street., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaRegister of trades of the colored people in the city of Philadelphia and districts.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Gunn, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838..
1838PennsylvaniaHistory of Pennsylvania Hall, which was destroyed by a mob, on the 17th of May, 1838.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Gunn, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1838.
1838PennsylvaniaAbolitionism exposed correctedPhiladelphia : J. Sharp, 1838.
1838ScotlandThe wrongs of Africa: : a tribute to the anti-slavery cause.Tuckey, Mary B.[Glasgow] : Published for the Glasgow Ladies' Emancipation Society, by George Gallie, Glasgow., M DCCC XXXVIII [1838]
1838ScotlandSpeeches of Henry Lord Brougham : upon questions relating to public rights, duties, and interests : with historical introductions, and a critical dissertation upon the eloquence of the ancients : In four volumes.Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans; Ridgway and Sons; and Charles Knight and Co. London, 1838.
1838ScotlandThe duties of the present crisis: with a special reference to the liberated Negroes in the British Colonies : a sermon, preached on the first of August, 1838, in the Abbey ChurchBrewster, Patrick, 1788-1859.Paisley [Scotland] : Published by Joseph Murray ; T. Murray, D. Robertson, and J. Symington and Co., Glasgow [and three others in three more places] : Paisley : Printed by J. Neilson, 1838.
1838VermontFourth annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society: : with the proceedings of the annual meeting, holden in Middlebury, February 21 & 22, 1838.Vermont Anti-Slavery Society.Brandon [Vt.]: : Telegraph Office., 1838.
1838VirginiaSlavery in America, : being a brief review of Miss Martineau on that subject.Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870.Richmond [Va.]: : Printed and published by Thomas W. White., 1838.
1839BrazilManual do agricultor brazileiro, : obra indispensavel ... ornado com varias estampas;Taunay, Carlos Augusto, 1791-1867.Rio de Janeiro, : Typographia imperial e constitucional de J. Villeneuve e Comp., rua d'Ouvidor, no. 65., 1839..
1839ConnecticutA practical introduction to the study of geography : Embellished with maps from steel plates, and engravings on woodOlney, J. (Jesse), 1798-1872.Hartford : Published by Canfield & Robins. New York : Robinson, Pratt & Co. ; [Hartford] : Case, Tiffany & Co., printers, Pearl Street--Hartford, 1839, [c1837].
1839ConnecticutA scriptural view of slavery and abolitionFitzgerald, W. P. N.New Haven : [s.n.], 1839.
1839ConnecticutSlaveholding a malum in se, or invariably sinful.Tyler, E. R. (Edward Royall), 1800-1848.Hartford [Conn.]. : Printed by Case, Tiffany & Co., Pearl Street., MDCCCXXXIX [1839]
1839ConnecticutA review of the Rev. Horace Bushnell's Discourse on the slavery question : delivered in the North Church, Hartford, January 10, 1839Gillette, Francis, 1807-1879.Hartford : Published by S.S. Cowles, 1839 [L. Skinner, printer].
1839ConnecticutA discourse on the slavery question : Delivered in the North Church, Hartford, Thursday evening, Jan, 10, 1839Bushnell, Horace, 1802-1876.Hartford : Printed by Case, Tiffany & Co., Pearl Street, 1839.
1839District of ColumbiaA concise history of the commencement, progress and present condition of the American colonies in Liberia,Wilkeson, Samuel, 1781-1848.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Madisonian Office., 1839.
1839EnglandA diary in America, with remarks on its institutions.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.London: : Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1839..
1839EnglandJamaica plantership.M'Mahon, Benjamin.London: : --Effingham Wilson, Bishopsgate Street., 1839..
1839EnglandThe poetical works of the Rev: H. H. Milman. : In three volumes. Vol. I[-Vol. III.]..Milman, Henry Hart, 1791-1868.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., MDCCCXXXIX [1839]..
1839EnglandBuenos Ayres and the provinces of the Rio de la Plata : their present state, trade, and debt; with some account from original documents of the progress of geographical discovery in those parts of South America during the last sixty yearsParish, Woodbine, Sir, 1796-1882.London : J. Murray, 1852
1839EnglandReflections on West India affairs, after a recent visit to the colonies. : Addressed to the consideration of the Colonial Office.Cust, Edward, Sir, 1794-1878.London: : J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly. : printed by Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy Street., 1839.
1839EnglandPeru as it is: : a residence in Lima, and other parts of the Peruvian republic, comprising an account of the social and physical features of that country.Smith, Archibald, M.D.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., 1839.
1839EnglandBuenos Ayres and the provinces of the Rio de la Plata: : their present state, trade, and debt; with some account from original documents of the progress of geographical discovery in those parts of South America during the last sixty years.Parish, Woodbine, Sir, 1796-1882.London: : John Murray. Albemarle Street., 1839.
1839EnglandA critical examination of the twelve resolutions of Mr. Joseph Hume, : respecting the loan of fifteen millions for slave compensation: also, a review of the financial operations of the British government since 1794; and an introductory discource on the nature of annuities, and on the obstacles interposed by the corn-laws and the English system of currency to a reduction of the interest on the national debt.Page, Richard, 1773-1841.London: : Pelham Richardson, 23, Cornhill., MDCCCXXXIX. [1839]
1839EnglandJamaica. : The speech of W. Burge, Esq. Q. C., agent for Jamaica, at the bar of the House of Commons, against the bill intituled "An act to make temporary Provision for the Government of Jamaica." Monday, 22nd April 1839..Burge, William, 1787-1849.London: : Calkin & Budd, booksellers to her majesty, Pall Mall; Simpkin & Marshall, Stationers' Court; and all other booksellers., 1839..
1839EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 27th May, 1839.Hamilton, W. R. (William Richard), 1777-1859.London: : printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1839..
1839EnglandThe works of the Rev. Sydney Smith. : In three volumes. Vol. I[-IV].Smith, Sydney, 1771-1845.London: : Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster-Row., 1839-1840.
1839EnglandPapers relative to the West Indies. Part I.-- (4.) : Jamaica-- continued. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's command.) 1839. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 31 May 1839. 272.Great Britain. Colonial Office[London, England : s.n., 1839]
1839EnglandA biographical sketch of Thomas Clarkson, M.A. : With occasional brief strictures on the misrepresentations of him contained in the life of William Wilberforce; and a concise historical outline of the abolition of slavery.Taylor, Thomas, biographer of CowperLondon: : Joseph Rickerby, Sherbourn Lane, King William Street, City., 1839.
1839EnglandStatistics of the colonies of the British empire in the West Indies, South America, North America, Asia, Austral-Asia, Africa, and Europe; : comprising the area, agriculture, commerce ... of each colony; with the charters and the engraved seals. From the official records of the Colonial Office.Martin, Robert Montgomery, 1803?-1868.London: : Wm. H. Allen and Co., Leadenhall Street., MDCCCXXXIX. [1839]
1839EnglandPapers relative to the West Indies. : Part I. Circular instructions. Jamaica.--British Guiana. (Presented to Parliament by Her Majesty's command.) 1839. Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 15 March 1839..Great Britain. Colonial Office[London : s.n., 1839]
1839EnglandAdmiralty Court. Return of the proceeds paid into the registry of the High Court of Admiralty of all vessels taken under the late Spanish treaty on slave trade. : (Captain Pechell.) Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 27 August 1839.Great Britain. High Court of Admiralty[London : s.n., 1839]
1839EnglandTravels in North America during the years 1834, 1835, & 1836. : Including a summer residence with the Pawnee tribe of Indians, in the remote prairies of the Missouri, and a visit to Cuba and the Azore Islands.Murray, Charles Augustus, Sir, 1806-1895.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., 1839..
1839EnglandThe present and future state of Jamaica considered.Milner, Thomas Hughes.London: : H. Hooper, Pall Mall East; Pelham Richardson, Cornhill., MDCCCXXXIX. [1839]
1839EnglandHistory of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave trade by the British ParliamentClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : John W. Parker, 1839.
1839EnglandThe African slave tradeBuxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845.London : John Murray, Albemarle-Street : Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford street, 1839.
1839EnglandThe second annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society : presented at the meeting in Exeter Hall, May 21st, 1839. With list of officers, subscribers, benefactors, and honorary members. Printed by order of the general meeting.Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)London : printed for the Society, by P. White & Son; sold by W. Ball; and at the Society's office, 1839.
1839EnglandA diary in America, with remarks on its institutions. Part second.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.London: : Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1839..
1839EnglandBritish and Foreign Anti-slavery Society for the abolition of slavery and the slave-trade throughout the world. Address.British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society.London : J. Haddon, [1839]
1839EnglandThe wild sports of southern Africa; : being the narrative of an expedition from the Cape of Good Hope, through the territories of the chief Moselekatse, to the Tropic of Capricorn,Harris, William Cornwallis, Sir, 1807-1848.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., MDCCCXXXIX. [1839]
1839EnglandA voice from America to England.Colton, Calvin, 1789-1857.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street. : Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1839.
1839EnglandSketches of a missionary's travels in Egypt, Syria, Western Africa, &c., &c.Macbrair, R. Maxwell (Robert Maxwell)London: : Published by Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers'-Hall Court; and sold by John Mason, 14, City-Road, and 66, Paternoster Row., 1839..
1839EnglandThe African slave trade : Its nature, consequences, and extent. (From the Leeds Mercury.)[Birmingham] : [Printed by B. Hudson, Birmingham], [1839?].
1839FranceSociété ethnologique de Paris.Société ethnologique de Paris.[Paris] : Imprimerie de A. Guyot, rue Neuve-des-Mathurins, no. 18, [1839?]
1839FranceRapport fait au nom de la commission chargée d'examiner la proposition de m. de Tracy, relative aux esclaves des colonies,France. Chambre des députés[Paris] : A. Henry, imprimeur de la Chambre des députés, rue Gît-le-Coeur, 8., (Juillet 1839.)
1839GermanyNordamerikas sittliche Zustände. : Nach eigenen Anschauungen in den Jahren 1834, 1835 and 1836,Julius, N. H. (Nicolaus Heinrich), 1783-1862.Leipzig: : F.A. Brockhaus., 1839..
1839LiberiaAfrica's luminary.[Monrovia, Liberia] : Published at the M.E. Mission Press, Monrovia. W.P. Jayne, printer, 1839-1841.
1839MarylandReport of the directors of the Maryland Penitentiary, : made to the executive, and communicated by His Excellency Governor Howard, to the legislature,--at December session, 1831..Maryland Penitentiary.Baltimore: : Printed by Lucas & Deaver, corner of Calvert-st. and Lovely Lane., 1839..
1839MarylandThe seventh annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society, to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1839..
1839MarylandThe Maryland medical and surgical journal.Baltimore : John Murphy, 1839-1843.
1839MassachusettsReport of the Holden slave case : tried at the January term of the Court of Common Pleas, for the County of Worcester, A.D. 1839. Published by the board of directors of the Holden Anti-slavery Society.Stratton, Samuel, defendant.Worcester [Mass.] : printed by Colton & Howland, 1839.
1839MassachusettsNational organizationsNew England Non-Resistance Society.Boston : Isaac Knapp, 1839.
1839MassachusettsA letter to W.E. Channing, D.D. : on the subject of the abuse of the flag of the United States in the island of Cuba, and the advantage taken of its protection in promoting the slave tradeMadden, Richard Robert, 1798-1886.Boston : William D. Ticknor, 1839 [Butts, printer].
1839MassachusettsSpeech of the Hon. Henry Clay, in the Senate of the United States, on the subject of abolition petitions, February 7, 1839.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.Boston : James Monroe & Company, 1839 [Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou].
1839MassachusettsReview of the Rev. Dr. Channing's letter to Jonathan Phillips, Esq. on the slavery question.Austin, James Trecothick, 1784-1870.Boston, J. H. Eastburn, Printer, 1839.
1839MassachusettsFourteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1839.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1839. [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1839MassachusettsAnti-slavery catechismChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.Newburyport [Mass.] : Published by Charles Whipple, 1839.
1839MassachusettsRight and wrong in MassachusettsChapman, Maria Weston, 1806-1885.Boston : Dow and Jackson, Printers, 14 Devonshire Street, 1839 : Henry L. Deveraux, Printer, No. 4 Water Street, 1840.
1839MassachusettsThe martyr age of the United States.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Boston: : Weeks, Jordan & Co.-- : Otis, Broaders & Co. ; New York: : --John S. Taylor., 1839..
1839MassachusettsSociety, manners and politics in the United States : being a series of letters on North AmericaChevalier, Michel, 1806-1879.Boston : Weeks, Jordan and Company : Tuttle, Dennett and Chisholm's Power Press, No. 17 School Street, Boston, 1839.
1839MassachusettsSeventh annual report of the board of managers of the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society. : Presented January 24, 1839. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Published by Isaac Knapp, No. 25 Cornhill., 1839..
1839MassachusettsRemarks on the slavery question : in a letter to Jonathan Phillips, Esq.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company ; Cambridge : Stereotyped and printed by Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, 1839.
1839MassachusettsMoral machinery simplified : A discourse, delivered at Andover, Massachusetts, July 4, 1839Cooke, Parsons, 1800-1864.Andover : William Peirce, 1839.
1839MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, presented at the thirtieth annual meeting : Troy, New-York, Sept. 11, 12, & 13, 1839.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker and Brewster, 1839.
1839MassachusettsAmerican girl's book, or Occupation for play hours.Leslie, Eliza, 1787-1858.Boston: : Munroe & Francis; Joseph H. Francis, 128 Washington-Street, C.S. Francis, 252 Broadway, New-York., 1839..
1839MassachusettsReport on the petition of S. P. Sanford and others concerning distinctions of color.Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on petition of S. P. Sanford and others.[Boston : s.n., 1839]
1839MassachusettsMr. Whipple's report, and Mr. Otis's letter.Rhode Island. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Select Committee to whom were referred the Resolutions of Mr. Wells, on SlaveryBoston : Cassady and March, 1839.
1839MassachusettsModern geography : in three parts. Part I. -- A grammar of geography ... Part II. -- A description of the earth ... Part III. -- Geographical orthography ... To which is added a brief sketch of ancient geography; a plain method of constructing maps; and an introduction to the use of the globes. Illustrated by numerous engravings. Accompanied by an improved AtlasAdams, Daniel, 1773-1864.Boston : Published by Robert S. Davis, 1839, [c1838] [Cambridge : Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, Printers to the university]
1839MassachusettsPoem, dedicated by the board of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, to the women of Great Britain, in commemoration of their untiring efforts in the cause of the British West Indian emancipationBoston Female Anti-slavery Society.[Boston, 1839?]
1839MassachusettsThe kidnapped clergyman; or, Experience the best teacher.Boston : Dow and Jackson, 1839.
1839MassachusettsThe liberty bell.Boston: : For the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair., 1839.
1839MassachusettsRetroprogression. : Being an account of a short residence in the celebrated town of Jumbleborough.Boston: : Published by James Burns., 1839..
1839MassachusettsThe non-resistant.[Boston : Published by the N.E. Non-Resistance Society], [1839-1845].
1839MassachusettsPaul Preston's voyages, travels, and remarkable adventuresBoston : Joseph H. Francis, C.S. Francis, New York, [1839?]
1839NetherlandsVerhaal van den reistogt en expeditie naar de nederlandsche bezittingen ter westkust van Afrika (kust van Guinea.)Tengbergen, H. F.s'Gravenhage : S. de Visser & Zoon., 1839.
1839New HampshireA discourse on slavery: : delivered before the Anti-Slavery Society in Littleton, N.H., February 22, 1839, being the anniversary of the birth of Washington.Wilson, W. D. (William Dexter), 1816-1900.Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by Asa McFarland, opposite the State House., 1839.
1839New YorkAddress: delivered 4th of July, 1839, at Canton, N.Y.Wright, Silas, 1795-1847.[Canton, N.Y.? : s.n., 1839?]
1839New YorkA diary in America, with remarks on its institutions.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.New-York: : Wm. H. Colyer, 104 Beekman-Street., 1839..
1839New YorkA view of the action of the federal government, in behalf of slavery.Jay, William, 1789-1858.New-York: : Published by J.S. Taylor., 1839..
1839New YorkSixth annual report of the executive committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the speeches delivered at the anniversary meeting held in the city of New-York, on the 7th of May, 1839, and the minutes of the meetings of the society for business ...American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : printed by William S. Dorr, 1839.
1839New YorkThe bearings of modern commerce on the progress of modern missions: : the annual sermon, before the bishops, clergy and laity, constituting the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, delivered in Trinity Church, New Haven, on Wednesday, June 19, 1839.Stone, John S. (John Seely), 1795-1882.New-York: : Printed by William Osborn, 88 William-Street., 1839.
1839New YorkSecond annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1839.
1839New YorkNarrative of the life and adventures of Paul Cuffe, a Pequot Indian : during thirty years spent at sea, and in travelling in foreign lands.Cuffe, Paul, b. 1795 or 6.Vernon [N.Y.]: Printed by Horace N. Bill, 1839.
1839New YorkThe American manual, or, New English reader: : consisting of exercises in reading and speaking, both in prose and poetry; selected from the best writers. To which are added, a succinct history of the colonies, from the discovery of North America to the close of the War of the Revolution; the Declaration of independence, the Constitution of the United States, and of the state of New York. For the use of schools.Severance, Moses, 1799-1833.Cazenovia, N.Y. : Published by Henry, Baker & Wright., 1839..
1839New YorkThe martyr age in the United States of America: : an article from the London and Westminister review, for December, 1838,Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.New York: : Republished by S.W. Benedict, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkAddress to the churches of Jesus Christ, by the Evangelical Union Anti-Slavery Society, of the city of New York, auxiliary to the Am. A.S. Society. : With the constitution, names of officers, board of managers, and executive committee. April, 1839..Evangelical Union Anti-slavery Society of the City of New York.New York: : For sale at the American Anti-Slavery Office, no. 13 Nassau Street. Printed by S.W. Benedict., 1839..
1839New YorkOn the condition of the free people of color in the United States..Clarke, James Freeman, 1810-1888.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkEmancipation in the West Indies. : A six months' tour in Antigua, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, in the year 1837Thome, James A. (James Armstrong), 1813-1873.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkThe African captives : Trial of the prisoners of the Amistad on the writ of habeas corpus, before the Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of Connecticut, at Hartford; Judges Thompson and Judson. September term, 1839.Tappan, Lewis, 1788-1873.New York : [American Anti-Slavery Society] Published and for sale at 143 Nassau Street, 1839.
1839New YorkLetter of Gerrit Smith, to Hon. Henry Clay..Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkBiographical sketches and interesting anecdotes of persons of color : To which is added a selection of pieces in poetryMott, Abigail, 1766-1851.New York : stereotyped for and printed by order of the trustees of the residuary estate of Lindley Murray. M. Day, printer, [1839].
1839New YorkA view of the action of the federal government, in behalf of slavery.Jay, William, 1789-1858.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Socie[t]y, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkSpeech of Hon. Thomas Morris, of Ohio, in reply to the speech of the Hon. Henry Clay. : In Senate, February 9, 1839..Morris, Thomas, 1776-1844.New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkTravels in North America during the years 1834, 1835, & 1836. : Including a summer residence with the Pawnee tribe of Indians, in the remote prairies of the Missouri, and a visit to Cuba and the Azore Islands.Murray, Charles Augustus, Sir, 1806-1895.New York: : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street., 1839..
1839New YorkIntermarriage: or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health and intellect, result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity, from others: : demonstrated by delineations of the structure and forms, and descriptions of the functions and capacities, which each parent, in every pair, bestows on children,--in conformity with certain natural laws, and by an account of corresponding effects in the breeding of animals. With eight illustrative drawings.Walker, Alexander, 1779-1852.New York: : J. & H.G. Langley, 57 Chatham Street., MDCCCXXXIX. [1839]
1839New YorkThe guardian genius of the federal union : or, patriotic admonitions on the signs of the times, in relation to the evil spirit of party, arising from the root of all our evils, human slavery. Being the first part of The beauties of philanthropyBranagan, Thomas, 1774-1843.New York : published for the author, 1839.
1839New YorkThoughts on the duty of the Episcopal Church, in relation to slavery: : Being a speech delivered in the N.Y.A.S. Convention, February 12, 1839.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New York: : Piercy & Reed, printers, 9 Spruce-Street., 1839..
1839New YorkThe chattel principle the abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the apostles; or, No refuge for American slavery in the New Testament.Green, Beriah, 1795-1874.New York: : Published by The American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street, 1839..
1839New YorkProceedings of the session of Broadway Tabernacle, against Lewis Tappan, with the action of the Presbytery and General Assembly..Tappan, Lewis, 1788-1873.New York: : For sale at no. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkThe beauties of the Hon. Henry Clay.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.New York: : Edward Walker, No. 112 Fulton-street., 1839.
1839New YorkThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1840 : ... Calculated for New York; adapted to the northern and middle states.New York : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, [1839].
1839New YorkAmerican slavery as it is: : testimony of a thousand witnesses..New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, Office, No. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkAmerican slavery as it is: : testimony of a thousand witnesses..New York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, Office, No. 143 Nassau Street., 1839..
1839New YorkSlavery vindicated: or The beauty and glory of the "patriarchal system" illustrated. : A poetical oration,New York: : Printed on the galvanic double rotary press., 1839.
1839New YorkPrejudice against color.[New York] : American Anti-Slavery Society, No. 143 Nassau street, New York., [1839?]
1839New YorkLiberty : The image and superscription on every coin issued by the United States of America. Proclaim libety throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof ...[New York : American Anti-Slavery Society], 1839.
1839New YorkA Winter in the West Indies and Florida; : containing general observations upon modes of travelling, manners and customs, climates and productions, with a particular description of St. Croix, Trinidad de Cuba, Havana, Key West, and St. Augustine, as places of resort for northern invalids.New-York: : Published by Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway., 1839.
1839New YorkA familiar conversational history of the evangelical churches of New-York.New-York: : Robert Carter, 58 Canal Street., 1839..
1839New YorkThe Lady's cabinet album..New-York: : Published for the booksellers., [1839]
1839New YorkSlavery and missions. : To all Christians in the United States..[New York] : American Anti-Slavery Society No. 143 Nassau street, N.Y., [1839?]
1839PennsylvaniaReport of the Committee on the Judiciary, relative to the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia and in relation to the colored population of this country.Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Committee on the JudiciaryHarrisburg [Pa.]: : Boas & Coplan--printers., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaTenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, Feb. 19th, 1839..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaAbolition a seditionColton, Calvin, 1789-1857.Philadelphia: : Geo. W. Donohue, No. 22, South Fourth Street., 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaThe American lounger; or, Tales, sketches and legends, gathered in sundry journeyings.Ingraham, J. H. (Joseph Holt), 1809-1860.Philadelphia: : Lea & Blanchard, successors to Carey & Co., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaFrom the United States gazette. : Important slave case..Hopkinson, Joseph, 1770-1842.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1839]
1839PennsylvaniaThe African slave tradeBuxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845.Philadelphia : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley, 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaFifth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 10, 1839..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaAn inquiry into the condition and prospects of the African race in the United States: : and the means of bettering its fortunes.American.Philadelphia: : Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaA discourse in behalf of the African race : delivered at West Middletown, January 18, 1838McCluskey, John, 1795-1880.Washington, Pa. : [s.n.], 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaAn address to the Quarterly, Monthly and Preparative Meetings, and the members thereof, composing the Yearly Meeting of Friends, held in Philadelphia,Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1827-1955). Committee on Slavery.Philadelphia: : printed by John Richards, no. 130 North Third Street., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaModern expediency considered; : in a discourse delivered in Dr. Heron's church, Pittsburg, Pa. Sabbath, 14th of April, 1839,Root, David, 1791-1873.[Pittsburgh, Pa.? : s.n., 1839]
1839PennsylvaniaColonization and abolition contrasted.Colton, Calvin, 1789-1857.[Philadelphia? H. Hooker, 1839?]
1839PennsylvaniaExtracts and observations on the foreign slave trade.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1827-1955)Philadelphia: : printed for the committee. : J. Richards, printer, 130 N. Third St., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaA diary in America, with remarks on its institutions.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.Philadelphia: : Carey & Hart., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaProceedings of the third Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women : held in Philadelphia, May 1st, 2d and 3d, 1839.Anti-slavery Convention of American Women (3rd : 1839 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Merrihew and Thompson, 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaAddress at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Colonization Society, : November 11, 1839.Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.Philadelphia: : published by Herman Hooker. : Printed by C. Sherman & Co., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaSketches of public characters, discourses and essays : To which is added a dissertation on the eloquence of the ancientsBrougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.Philadelphia : E.L. Carey and A. Hart, 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaThe life of William Wilberforce:Wilberforce, Robert Isaac, 1802-1857.Philadelphia: : Henry Perkins--134 Chestnut Street. ; Boston-- : Perkins & Marvin., 1839.
1839PennsylvaniaAn address to a portion of our southern brethren in the United States, on the subject of slavery, : from a committee appointed to have charge of this subject by the Yearly Meeting of Friends, commonly called Quakers, held in Philadelphia in 1839..Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Hicksite : 1827-1955)Philadelphia: : printed for the committee. : J. Richards, printer., 1839..
1839PennsylvaniaAmerikanischer Unabhängigkeits=Kalender : für das Jahr nach Christi Geburt 1840, welches ein Schaltjahr von 366 Tagen ist..Philadelphia: : Gedruckt und zu haben bei C.F. Stollmeyer, No. 64 Süd 4te Strasse., [1839?]
1839Rhode IslandElleanor's second book.Green, Frances H. (Frances Harriet), 1805-1878.Providence : B.T. Albro--Printer, 1839.
1839Rhode IslandReports of the Select Committee to whom were referred the resolutions of Mr. Wells, of Hopkinton, : touching certain resolutions of the House of Representatives of the U. States relating to petitions for the abolition of slavery, &c. &c.; also the petitions of sundry citizens of this state, relative to the right to petition.Rhode Island. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Select Committee to whom were referred the Resolutions of Mr. Wells, on Slavery[Providence, R.I.] : Printed by order of the House of Representatives., [1839]
1839VermontFifth annual report of the Vermont Anti-Slavery Society, : presented at Middlebury, February 20, 1839, with minutes of proceedings at the annual meeting.Vermont Anti-Slavery Society.Montpelier [Vt.]: : Allen & Poland., 1839.
1840ConnecticutRemarks of Eli Potter, Esq. at the trial of two individuals, : for a breach of the peace, in disturbing a meeting, in which a female was lecturing upon the subject of abolition. To which is added, some comments upon an anti-slavery publication.Potter, Eli.Litchfield, Conn: : Printed by C.E. Moss & Co., 1840.
1840ConnecticutFreedom's gift: or Sentiments of the free.Hartford [Conn.]: : Published by S.S. Cowles. No. 7, Asylum St., 1840.
1840ConnecticutCrania Americana: or a comparative view of the skulls of various aboriginal nations of North and South America; : to which is prefixed an essay on the varieties of the human species, illustrated by seventy-eight plates and a coloured map. By Samuel George Morton, M.D. professor of anatomy in the medical department of Pennsylvania College, at Philadelphia, &c. &c. Philadelphia: J. Dobson. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co. Letter press, pp. 296, folio, 1839.[New Haven, Conn. : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaRemarks of the Hon. Garrett Davis, of Kentucky, on the subject of abolition petitions. : Intended to have been delivered in the House, but was cut off with many others by the surreptitious call of the previous question.Davis, Garrett, 1801-1872.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Madisonian Office., 1840.
1840District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the right of petition; : the power of Congress to abolish slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia; the implied faith of the North and the South to each other in forming the Constitution; and the principles, purposes, and prospects of abolition. Delivered in the House of Representatives, on the 18th and 20th January, 1840.Slade, William, 1786-1859.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Gales and Seaton., 1840.
1840District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Cooper, of Georgia, : on the resolution of Mr. W. Thompson, of South Carolina, on the reception of abolition petitions. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1840.Cooper, Mark A. (Mark Anthony), 1800-1885.Washington: : printed at the Globe office., 1840.
1840District of ColumbiaThe papers of James Madison, purchased by order of the Congress; : being his correspondence and reports of debates during the Congress of the Confederation and his reports of debates in the Federal Convention; now published from the original manuscripts, deposited in the Department of State,Madison, James, 1751-1836.Washington: : Langtree & O'Sullivan., 1840..
1840District of ColumbiaReply of Nicholas P. Trist, Consul at Havana, to the resolutions at a meeting in Boston, on the subject of the cases of Captain Abraham Wendell, Jr., and the crew of the ship William Engs. : <Being an extract from a document recently printed by order of the House of Representatives.>.Trist, Nicholas Philip, 1800-1874.[Washington, D.C. s.n., 1840?]
1840District of ColumbiaReply of Nicholas P. Trist, consul at Havana, : to the resolutions at a meeting in Boston, on the subject of the cases of Captain Abraham Wendell, Jr., and the crew of the ship William Engs. (Being an extract from a document recently printed by order of the House of Representatives.)Trist, Nicholas Philip, 1800-1874.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaCase of the crew of the ship "William Engs," : embracing the inquiry, who is Richard Robert Madden? The friend, confederate, and witness of Ferdinand Clark. (Being an extract from a document recently printed by order of the House of Representatives.)Trist, Nicholas Philip, 1800-1874.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaReply of N.P. Trist, consul at Havana, : to the preamble and resolutions, adopted by the meeting of ship masters and ship owners, convened at the city of New York, on the 8th and 14th of August, 1839; and transmitted to the President of the United States, as the ground of their demand for the instant recall of said consul. (Being an extract from a document recently printed by order of the House of Representatives.) (The reference to pages are generally to the paging of the entire document.)Trist, Nicholas Philip, 1800-1874.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Colquitt, of Georgia, against the reception of abolition petitions. : In the House of Representatives, January 17, 1840--Colquitt, W. T. (Walter Terry), 1799-1855.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Tappan, of Ohio, on abolition petitions, : delivered in Senate, February 4, 1840.Tappan, Benjamin, 1773-1857.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1840?]
1840District of ColumbiaLetter from Mr. Stanly, of N.C. to Mr. Botts, of Virginia..Stanly, Edward, 1810-1872.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840]
1840District of ColumbiaThe papers of James Madison, purchased by order of the Congress; : being his correspondence and reports of debates during the Congress of the Confederation and his reports of debates in the Federal Convention; now published from the original manuscripts, deposited in the Department of State,Madison, James, 1751-1836.Washington: : Langtree & O'Sullivan., 1840..
1840District of ColumbiaThe northern man with southern principles, and the southern man with American principles: or, A view of the comparative claims of Gen. William H. Harrison and Martin Van Buren, Esq., candidates for the presidency, to the support of citizens of the southern states.Republican Committee of Seventy-six.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Peter Force., 1840.
1840District of ColumbiaLetter from a portion of the representatives of the state of Georgia : in the twenty-sixth congress of the United States to the governor of Georgia, on the controversy between Georgia and Maine.Washington : printed by Gales and Seaton, 1840.
1840District of ColumbiaAbolition!! : Infatuation of federal Whig leaders of the South.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840].
1840District of ColumbiaAddress to the people of the slave holding states.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1840].
1840District of ColumbiaAbolition!! : Infatuation of federal Whig leaders of the South.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1840].
1840EnglandWest Indies : Extracts from the journal of John Candler, whilst travelling in Jamaica. Part I-[II].Candler, John, 1787-1869.London : Harvey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, 1840-1841.
1840EnglandReport of the British India Society, read at the first annual meeting : held at Freemasons' Hall, Monday, July 6th, 1840British India Society (London, England)London : printed for the British India Society, and sold at the society's office, 80, King William Street : Johnston & Barrett, printers, 13 Mark Lane, 1840.
1840EnglandThe African slave trade : Part II. The RemedyBuxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845.[New York] ; London : John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1840 ; New York : Reprinted from the London edition. Published by S.W.Benedict, No. 128 Fulton Street, 1840.
1840EnglandReport of Messrs. Peck and Price : who were appointed at a meeting of the free colored people of Baltimore, held on the 25th November, 1839, delegates to visit British Guiana, and the island of Trinidad; for the purpose of ascertaining the advantages to be derived by colored people migrating to those places.Peck, Nathaniel.[London] : Baltimore: Printed by Woods & Crane ; London : Reprinted by C. Richards, 1840.
1840EnglandA winter in the West Indies, : described in familiar letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky.Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street; ; Norwich: : Josiah Fletcher., 1840..
1840EnglandThe martyr age of the United States of America, : with an appeal on behalf of the Oberlin Institute in aid of the abolition of slavery. Re-published from the London and Westminster review, by the Newcastle upon Tyne Emancipation and Aborigines Protection Society..Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Newcastle upon Tyne, : Finlay and Charlton; ; London, : Hamilton, Adams, and Co.; ; Dublin, : Currie and Co.; ; Edinburgh, : Oliphant and Son; and all other booksellers., 1840..
1840EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 27th May, 1840.Greenough, George Bellas, 1778-1855.London: : printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1840..
1840EnglandAborigines : Report of a public meeting of the Aborigines' Protection Society, instituted in 1836, for protecting the natives in and around the European colonies. Held in Exeter Hall, on Tuesday, June 23, 1840.Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)London : printed for the reporter, D.B. Price, of Portsmouth. Sold by John Smallfield; Hatchard; Hooper; by the Dartons; by Houlston; and by all booksellers, 1840.
1840EnglandMinutes of the proceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention : called by the committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, held in London on the 12th of June, 1840, and continued by adjournments to the 23rd of the same month.General Anti-slavery Convention (1st : 1840 : London, England)London : Printed by Johnston & Barrett, and sold at the office of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1840.
1840EnglandScenes and sports in foreign lands. : Illustrated with a series of drawings taken from nature.Napier, Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers, 1808-1870.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street., 1840..
1840EnglandA geographical survey of Africa, : its rivers, lakes, mountains, productions, states, populations &c. With a map on an entirely new construction. To which is prefixed, a letter to Lord John Russell, regarding the slave trade, and the improvement of Africa.MacQueen, James, 1778-1870.London: : B. Fellowes, Ludgate Street., 1840..
1840EnglandProspectus of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa, : instituted June, 1839.Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa.[London : s.n., 1840]
1840EnglandProceedings at the first public meeting of the Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade, and for the Civilization of Africa, : held at Exeter Hall, on Monday, 1st June, 1840. His Royal Highness, Prince Albert, president of the society, in the chair.Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa.London: : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1840.
1840EnglandTreaty between Her Majesty and the republick of Venezuela, for the abolition of the slave trade. : Signed at Caracas, March 15, 1839. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, 1840..Great Britain.London: : printed by T.R. Harrison., [1840]
1840EnglandThe correspondence of William Wilberforce.Wilberforce, William, 1759-1833.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., MDCCCXL [1840].
1840EnglandA winter in the West Indies, : described in familiar letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky.Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street; ; Norwich: : Josiah Fletcher., 1840..
1840EnglandThe American churches : the bulwarks of American slaveryBirney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.London : Thomas Ward and Co.; and to be had at the office of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society, 1840 [Johnston & Barrett, printers].
1840EnglandGroans of the grocers, moans of the slaves; or, An address to the Society for the Civilization of Africa, : and those who attended their meeting on Monday the first of June, founded upon a petition to Parliament from the "grocers, confectioners, and others, of London and its vicinity."Officer of the Navy, fl. 1840.London: : Pelham Richardson, 23, Cornhill., 1840.
1840EnglandAn appeal to the government and people of Great Britain, against the proposed Niger Expedition: : a letter, addressed to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, principal secretary of state for the colonies, &c. &c. &c.Jamieson, Robert, d. 1861.London: : Smith, Elder, and Co., 65 Cornhill; ; [Liverpool] : Turner & Rose, South Castle-Street, Liverpool., 1840..
1840EnglandThe United States of North America as they are; not as they are generally described : being a cure for radicalism ...Brothers, Thomas.London : Published by Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans, Paternoster-Row : Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street, 1840.
1840EnglandCircular epistle, from our yearly meeting held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the 5th month to the 29th of the same inclusive, 1840, to the yearly meetings of Friends on the continent of North America.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[London? s.n., 1840]
1840EnglandAddress from the committee of the British & Foreign Anti-slavery Society to the women of England.British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society.[London] : Johnston & Barrett, Printers, [1840?]
1840EnglandAre the West India colonies to be preserved? : A few plain facts; showing the necessity of immigration into British Guiana and the West Indies, and the utter futility of all efforts towards the abolition of slavery and the slave trade which do not include this. Addressed more particularly to the legislatureHancock, Thomas, 1783-1849.London : William Edward Painter, printer, 1840.
1840EnglandSociety of Friends in the United States : their views of the anti-slavery question, and treatment of the people of colour. Compiled from original correspondence.Pease, Elizabeth.Darlington [Eng.] : printed by John Wilson, 1840.
1840EnglandTravels in the West. Cuba; : with notices of Porto Rico, and the slave trade.Turnbull, David.London: : Printed for Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster-Row., 1840.
1840EnglandOutline of a system of legislation, for securing protection to the aboriginal inhabitants of all countries colonized by Great Britain; extending to them political and social rights, ameliorating their condition, and promoting their civilization.Motte, Standish.London: : Published by John Murray, of Albemarle Street; Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street; Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Smith, Elder, and Co., Cornhill, G. Fry, Bishopgate Street, without; and W. Houlston, 35, High Holborn., 1840..
1840EnglandReligion and education in America: : with notices of the state and prospects of American Unitarianism, popery, and African colonization.Lang, John Dunmore, 1799-1878.London: : Thomas Ward and Co., Paternoster-Row., 1840..
1840EnglandProceedings of a public meeting for the formation of the Northern Central British India Society, held in the Corn Exchange, Manchester, on Wednesday evening, August 26th, 1840.Northern Central British India Society.Manchester: : printed for the Northern Central British India Society and may be had at the Society's Office, 32, Charlotte Street., 1840..
1840EnglandCorrespondence with foreign powers, : not parties to conventions giving right of search of vessels suspected of the slave trade. From June 1st to December 31st, 1839, inclusive.Great Britain. Foreign Office.London: : Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Stamford-street, for Her Majesty's Stationery Office., 1840..
1840EnglandA few words on the promoting and encouraging of free emigration to the West India colonies : Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord John Russell ...Liverpool : printed by T[homas] Carter, 1840.
1840EnglandPresent condition of British India. : (From the Eclectic review of March, 1840.).London: : Published by W. Ball, Arnold, and Co. 34, Paternoster Row., [1840?]
1840EnglandThe extinction of the slave-trade, and the civilization of Africa : a review of "The African slave-trade, and its remedy," by Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart.London : published by John Mason, 14, City-road; and sold at 66, Paternoster-Row, 1840 [printed by James Nichols].
1840EnglandSich a getting up stairs : the celebrated nigger song,London; : Published by T.E. Purday, 50 St. Paul's Church Yard, [ca. 1840]
1840EnglandJim Crow! : the celebrated nigger song.London. : Published by T.E. Purday, 50 St. Paul's Church Yard, [ca. 1840]
1840FranceChili, Paraguay, Uruguay, Buenos-Ayres,Famin, César, 1799-1853.Paris, : Firmin Didot frères, éditeurs, imprimeurs-libraires de l'Institut de France, rue Jacob, no 56., MDCCCXL. [1840]
1840FrancePrécis de l'abolition de l'esclavage dans les colonies anglaises.Chassériau, F. (Frédéric), 1807-1881.Paris : Imprimerie Royale, 1840-1841.
1840FranceVoyage a Madagascar et aux iles Comores (1823 a 1830)Leguével de Lacombe, B.-F.Paris: : Louis Desessart, éditeur, 15, rue des Beaux-Arts., MDCCCXL [1840]
1840FranceMémoire sur les institutions politiques, administratives, militaires et législatives, des colonies anglaises dans les différentes parties du globeSantarém, Manuel Francisco de Barros e Sousa, Visconde de, 1791-1856.Paris : Arthus Bertrand, Libraire, 1840 [Imprimerie de Fain et Thunot]
1840IrelandThe family coach. : A new game. To each person of a company, seated in a circle, a name in the following list is given ....[Dublin, Ireland] : Printed for the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Fair, by Alfred Webb, Dublin, Ireland, [1845?]
1840KentuckySpeech of Robert J. Breckinridge : delivered in the court-house yard at Lexington, Ky. on the 12th day of October, 1840, in reply to the "Speech of Robert Wickliffe, delivered in the court-house in Lexington, on the 10th day of August, 1840, upon the occasion of resigning his seat as senator from the county of Fayette;" and in defence of his personal character, his political principles and his religious connexions : More particularly in regard to the questions of the power of the legislature on the subject of slavery, of the importation of slaves, of abolitionism, of British influence, of religious liberty, etc.Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Lexington, Ky. : N.L. & J.W. Finnell, printers--Intelligencer Office, 1840.
1840LiberiaThe Grebo hymn book..[Cape Palmas, Liberia] : Press of the A.B.C.F. Mission, Fair Hope, Cape Palmas, West Africa., 1840..
1840MarylandSlavery consistent with Christianity.Ker, Leander.Baltimore: : Printed by Sherwood & Co., 1840..
1840MarylandThe eighth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Maryland State Colonization Society, to the members and the public..Maryland State Colonization Society.Baltimore: : printed by John D. Toy., 1840..
1840MarylandThe justices' practice under the laws of Maryland; : including the duties of a constable. With an appendix, containing a collection of forms used in conveyancing: a synopsis of the law of evidence--of promissory notes--of the statute of limitations, with an explanation of law terms.Latrobe, John H. B. (John Hazlehurst Boneval), 1803-1891.Baltimore [Md.]: : Published by Fielding Lucas, Jr. 138 Market Street., [1840]
1840MarylandReport of the Committee on Colored Population: : submitting answers from the Board of Managers for removing free people of color, in obedience to an order of the Senate..Maryland. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on Colored Population.Annapolis: : William M'Neir, printer., 1840..
1840MassachusettsDespotism in America; or An inquiry into the nature and results of the slave-holding system in the United States.Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : Whipple and Damrell., 1840..
1840MassachusettsAmerican Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Donations from holders of slaves.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston? : s.n.], [1840?]
1840MassachusettsA discourse on the life and character of the Rev. Charles Follen, L.L.D. : who perished, Jan. 13, 1840, in the conflagration of the Lexington. : Delivered before the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, in the Marlborough Chapel, Boston, April 17, 1840.May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871.Boston: : Henry L. Devereux, printer, 4 Water Street., 1840..
1840MassachusettsInducements to the colored people of the United States to emigrate to British Guiana : Compiled from statements and documents furnished by Mr. Edward Carbery, agent of the "Immigration Society of British Guiana," and a proprietor in that colonyCarbery, Edward.Boston : Printed for distribution. Kidder and Wright, Congress Street, 1840.
1840MassachusettsAbstract of the thirty-first annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 1840.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : S.N.], [1840].
1840MassachusettsSeventh annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : Presented October 14, 1840.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : published by the society, 25 Cornhill, 1840 [W.S. Dorr, printer].
1840MassachusettsReport made to the Chamber of Deputies on the abolition of slavery in the French colonies,France. Chambre des députésBoston: : James Munroe and Company., MDCCCXL. [1840]
1840MassachusettsEighth annual report of the board of managers of the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society : Presented January 22, 1840 : With an appendix.Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston : Dow & Jackson, printers, 14 Devonshire Street, 1840.
1840MassachusettsDespotism in America; or An inquiry into the nature and results of the slave-holding system in the United States.Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : Mass. Anti-Slavery Society, 25 Cornhill. ; New York: : American Anti-Slavery Society, 143 Nassau St., 1840..
1840MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, presented at the thirty-first annual meeting : which was held in the city of Providence, Rhode Island, Sept. 9, 10, &11, 1840.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker & Brewster, 1840.
1840MassachusettsFifteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1840.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1840. [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1840MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1840.Boston: : Charles Stimpson, Jr., 1840.
1840MassachusettsHistory of the federal government, for fifty years : from March 1789, to March, 1839Bradford, Alden, 1765-1843.Boston : Samuel G. Simpkins : Torrey & Blair, printers, First of July, 1840.
1840MassachusettsA letter to Wm. E. Channing, D.D. : in reply to one addressed to him by R.R. Madden, on the abuse of the flag of the United States in the island of Cuba, for promoting the slave trade.Calm observer.Boston: : Published by William D. Ticknor, corner of Washington and School Streets., 1840..
1840MassachusettsHistory of American missions to the heathen, from their commencement to the present time..Worcester: : Published by Spooner & Howland., 1840..
1840MassachusettsThe lawlessness of slavery. : From the Liberty Press extra. Behold 2,700,000 persons in the United States who have no legal protection!.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, publishing agent, Boston., [184-]
1840MichiganA sermon on American slavery: : its nature, and the duties of Christians in relation to it.Duffield, George, 1794-1868.Detroit: : J.S. and S.A. Bagg, printers., 1840.
1840New HampshireThoughts on the benevolent enterprises : embracing the subjects of missions, Sabbath schools, temperance, abolition of slavery, and peaceButler, John J.Dover : Trustees of the Freewill Baptist Connection, 1840.
1840New YorkThe African slave tradeBuxton, Thomas Fowell, Sir, 1786-1845.[New York] ; London : John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1839 ; New York : Reprinted from the London edition. Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, No 143 Nassau Street, 1840.
1840New YorkThird annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1840.
1840New YorkFamiliar letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky, describing a winter in the West Indies.Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847.New-York: : Press of Mahlon Day & Co., 374 Pearl-Street. : James Egbert, printer., 1840..
1840New YorkThe winter of 1840 in St. Croix, : with an excursion to Tortola and St. Thomas.Smith, James, of Sing Sing, N.Y.New-York: : Printed for the author., 1840.
1840New YorkExposition of the proceedings of John P. Darg, Henry W. Merritt, and others, : in relation to the robbery of Darg, the elopement of his alleged slave, and the trial of Barney Corse, who was unjustly charged as an accessary..Hopper, Isaac T. (Isaac Tatem), 1771-1852.New-York: : Published by Isaac T. Hopper., 1840..
1840New YorkSeventh annual report of the executive committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society : with the proceedings at the anniversary meeting held in the city of New-York, on the 12th of May, 1840, and the minutes of the meetings of the society for business ...American Anti-Slavery Society.New-York : American Anti-Slavery Society. William S. Dorr, printer, 1840.
1840New YorkA collection of the political writings of William Leggett,Leggett, William, 1801-1839.New-York: : Taylor & Dodd., 1840..
1840New YorkDemocracy in America. Part the second, The social influence of democracy.Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859.New York: : J. & H.G. Langley, 57 Chatham Street. ; Philadelphia:-- : Thomas, Cowperthwaite & Co. ; Boston:-- : Weeks, Jordan & Co., 1840.
1840New YorkAfricans taken in the Amistad : Congressional document, containing the correspondence, &c., in relation to the captured Africans.United States. Congress (26th, 1st session : 1839-1840). House.New York : for sale at the Anti-Slavery Depository, 1840.
1840New YorkAddress to the friends of constitutional liberty, : on the violation by the United States House of Representatives of the right of petition.American Anti-Slavery Society. Executive CommitteeNew York: : published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, no. 143 Nassau Street., 1840.
1840New YorkThe complete master-piece of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. : Displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added the Family physician; being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body..Aristotle's MasterpieceNew York: : [s.n., 184-?]
1840New YorkThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1841: ... Calculated for New York and the middle states.New York : Published by S.W. Benedict, 1841 [i.e. 1840]
1840New YorkRemains of Melville B Cox, late missionary to Liberia. : With a memoir,New-York : published by T. Mason and G. Lane, for the Methodist Episcopal Church at the conference office, 200 Mulberry-Street. : J. Collord, printer., 1840.
1840New YorkAround the world : a narrative of a voyage in the East India Squadron, under Commodore George C. ReadNew-York : Charles S. Francis ; Boston : Joseph H. Francis, 1840 [Printed by Hopkins V Jennings].
1840New YorkThe life and travels of Mungo Park : with the account of his death from the journal of Isaaco, the substance of later discoveries relative to his lamented fate, and the termination of the Niger.New-York : Harper and Brothers, 1840.
1840New YorkThe American and foreign anti-slavery reporter[New York : American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1840-1846.]
1840New YorkThe lady's cabinet album..New-York: : Published for the booksellers., [1840]
1840Ohio[ALS Thomas Wall, Granville, Ohio, May 25 1840, regarding slavery, addressed to South Carolina. On lettersheet depicting a kneeling slave in chains, with caption: Engraved by P. Reason, a colored young man of the city of New York, 1835]Reason, P., artist.[Ohio: P. Reason, ca. 1840]
1840OhioHistory of the Wyandott Mission, at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, under the direction of the Methodist Episcopal Church.Finley, James B. (James Bradley), 1781-1856.Cincinnati: : Published by J.F. Wright and L. Swormstedt, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Book Concern, corner of Main and Eighth-streets. R.P. Thompson, printer., 1840.
1840PennsylvaniaEleventh annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, Feb. 19th, 1840..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers, no. 56 North Third Street., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaSecond series of A diary in America, with remarks on its institutions.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.Philadelphia: : T.K. & P.G. Collins., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaFellow citizens, enclosed you will find a ticket for electors of president and vice president of the United States : It is a ticket pledged to carry out the doctrines ... life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ... Throw off your allegiance to the slave-power, and bear your testimony against it this day, by voting the enclosed ticket. For president. James G. Birney, of New York. For vice-president. Thomas Earle, of Pennsylvania.Liberty Party (U.S.)[Philadelphia] : [s.n., 1840].
1840PennsylvaniaIf we of the North have nothing to do with slavery, it is evident from the following statement that slavery has something to do with us : Read and judge.Coffin, Joshua, 1792-1864.[Philadelphia? : s.n., ca. 1840].
1840PennsylvaniaCatalogue of skulls of man, and the inferior animals, in the collection of Samuel George Morton, M.D. vice president of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: author of "Crania Americana," &c..Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.Philadelphia: : Printed by Turner & Fisher, no. 15. N. Sixth Street., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaThe fourth annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association, by Joseph Rakestraw., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaThe doctrines of the "abolitionists" refuted, : in a letter from J. Washington Tyson, the Democratic Harrison candidate for Congress, in the first district, of Pennsylvania.Tyson, J. Washington (Joseph Washington), 1811-1860.Philadelphia, : [s.n.], 1840.
1840PennsylvaniaSixth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 9, 1840..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaAllgemeine Beschreibung der Erde und ihrer Bewohner : Nebst einer kurzen Darstellung der Himmelskörper : Mit vielen Abbildungen und einer illuminirten WeltkarteBösche, Eduard Theodor.Philadelphia : herausgegeben von A. Rex & Comp., 1840.
1840PennsylvaniaGrand soiree musicale : Frank Johnson's benefit ... Frank Johnson respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of Philadelphia, that he will give a grand soiree musicale on Friday evening, March 20th, at the saloon of the Masonic Hall, Chesnut St. ...Johnson, Francis, 1792-1844.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1840]
1840PennsylvaniaMemorial of the Society of Friends, in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, on the African slave trade..Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955)Philadelphia: : Joseph and William Kite, printers., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaThe design and advantages of the House of Refuge..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers, no. 56 North Third Street., 1840..
1840PennsylvaniaAdventures in Africa; during a tour of two years through that country. : Including travels of the British embassy from the shores of India to Cape Aden; through Abyssinia ... with the geology, botany and zoology of the country, together with the calendar of the Christian Ethiopic Church, etc., etc.Harris, William Cornwallis, Sir, 1807-1848.Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson, no. 98 Chesnut Street. One door above Third., [184-?]
1840PennsylvaniaSpeech of Samuel Webb, in the National Anti-slavery Convention : held at Albany, N.Y. on the first day of August, 1839.Webb, Samuel.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1840.
1840PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Board of Education of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented May 1840.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published for the board., 1840.
1840PennsylvaniaThe greatest combination of talent that has ever yet appeared for twenty-five cents at M'Arann's Garden, : Filbert & Schuylkil Sixth Street. Monday evening, June 22d, 1840. Miss Emma Ince most respectfully announces to her friends and the public, that her benefit will take place this evening, at Mc'Aranns [sic] Garden, on which occasion she will execute a number of dances, of the most beautiful steps and figures in four difference dances. And during the evening a great concert, ... Admittance this evening, 25 cts. Garden open at 7. Concert at 8. Miss Emma Ince at 9. ... This beautiful garden is open to the public (free of expence,) every day until 5 o'clock. The manager has great pleasure in announcing to the public that he has suceceded [sic] in engaging Master Diamond, the unrivalled negro dancer, and Mr. Whitlock, the celebrated banjo player, for five nights only, previous to their going to Canada, ... Mount Vesuvius. The public are most respectfully informed that the grand exhibition of Vesuvius is postponed for a short time, when it will be resumed with increased splendor and effect.McArann's Garden.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : G.R. Graham & Co.'s Cheap Steam Printing Office, No. 36 Carter's Alley., [1840]
1840PennsylvaniaM'Arann's Garden corner of Filbert and Schuylkill Sixth streets. : Splendid galaxy of attractions!! for this night only. Unequalled array of talent at the garden!!!! The following ladies and gentlemen have, in the kindest manner, consented to appear for one night, being their first and only appearance. ... on Thursday ev'ng. Aug. 27th, for the benefit of Mr. Mackintosh late stage machinist of Astley's and the Olympic Theatres, and Vauxhall Garden, (London,) and projector of this exhibition of Mount Vesuvius, ... having the valuable aid of Mr. Hall the eminent pyrotechnic artist, from Niblo's and Castle Gardens (New York,) ... Admittance 25 cents. The performance will positively commence at 8 o'clock precisely.McArann's Garden.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed at Alexander's General Printing Office, Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place., [1840]
1840PennsylvaniaAt a meeting of the New York Association of Friends for the Relief of Those Held in Slavery, and the Improvement of the Free People of Color, held at Westbury, the 24th of seventh month, 1840, the Acting Committee made the following report ....New-York Association of Friends for the Relief of Those Held in Slavery and the Improvement of Free People of Color.[Philadelphia] : Republished by the Philadelphia "Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery," &c., [1840?]
1840PennsylvaniaEight new & fashionable polkas.Philadelphia : E. Ferrett & Co., [184-?]
1840PortugalO trafico da escravatura, e o bill de lord Palmerston,Sá da Bandeira, Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, marquês de, 1795-1876.Lisboa, : Na typ. de José Baptista Morando. Rua do Moinho de Vento no. 59., 1840.
1840PortugalEscravatura, : beneficios que podem provir ás nossas possessões d'Africa da prohibição daquelle trafico: projecto de huma companhia commercial que promova e fomente a cultura e civilisação daquelles dominios:Xavier Botelho, Sebastião, 1768-1840.Lisboa: : Na typographia de José B. Morando, rua do Moinho de Vento no. 59., 1840.
1840Rhode IslandMemoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.Green, Frances H. (Frances Harriet), 1805-1878.Providence : printed by B. T. Albro, 1840.
1840ScotlandThe Famous negro robber, and terror of Jamaica, or, The history and adventures of Jack Mansong..Glasgow: : Printed for the booksellers., [ca. 1840?]
1840South CarolinaFifth annual report of the Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia : January, 1840.Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia.Charleston [S.C.] : Observer Office Press, 1840.
1840Undefined place of publicationThe Right of Petition,Colton, Calvin, 1789-1857.[s.l. : s.n., 1840]
1840United StatesAddress to the people of Georgia..Forsyth, John, 1780-1841.[United States? : s.n.], [1840?]
1840United StatesCase of Lieutenant Hooe, a notable instance of Whig honesty. : To the Hon. John M. Botts.Kendall, Amos, 1789-1869.[United States : s.n., 1840?]
1840United StatesLiberty Songs. [United States : s.n., ca. 1840]
1840United StatesTo the South. Union of abolition and whigery. Vermont and Maine elections.[United States : s.n., 1840]
1840VermontThe history of slavery, and means of elevating the African race. : A discourse delivered before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, Oct. 15, 1840.Converse, J. K. (John Kendrick), 1801-1880.Burlington: : Chauncey Goodrich., 1840.
1840VirginiaAn essay upon the constitutional rights as to slave property. : Republished from the "Southern literary messenger," for Feb. 1840..Robinson, Conway, 1805-1884.Richmond: : printed by Thomas W. White., 1840..
1841ConnecticutEssays; including biographies and miscellaneous pieces, in prose and poetry.Plato, Ann.Hartford [Conn.]. : Printed by the author., 1841.
1841District of ColumbiaMission to England, in behalf of the American Colonization Society.Gurley, Ralph Randolph, 1797-1872.Washington. : Published by Wm. W. Morrison, Pennsylvania Avenue., 1841..
1841District of ColumbiaAn inquiry into the history of slavery; : its introduction into the United States; causes of its continuance; and remarks upon the abolition tracts of William E. Channing, D.D.Thornton, T. C. (Thomas C.), 1794-1860.Washington City [D.C.]: : William M. Morrison., 1841.
1841EnglandIntermarriage; or The natural laws by which beauty, health and intellect, result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity, from others: : with delineations of the structure and forms, and descriptions of the functions and capacities, which each parent, in every pair, bestows on children, and an account of corresponding effects in the breeding of animals. Illustrated by drawings of parents and progeny.Walker, Alexander, 1779-1852.London: : John Churchill, Princes Street, Soho., MDCCCXLI. [1841]
1841EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 24th May, 1841,Greenough, George Bellas, 1778-1855.London: : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford-Street., 1841..
1841EnglandThe personal history of His late Majesty George the Fourth: : with anecdotes of distinguished persons of the last fifty years.Croly, George, 1780-1860.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street. : T.C. Savill, printer, 107, St. Martin's Lane., 1841.
1841EnglandPast and present efforts for the extinction of the African slave trade.Greg, William R. (William Rathbone), 1809-1881.London. : Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly., [1841?]
1841EnglandLectures on colonization and colonies. : Delivered before the University of Oxford in 1839, 1840, and 1841.Merivale, Herman, 1806-1874.London : Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1841.
1841EnglandAmerica, historical, statistic, and descriptiveBuckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855.[London] : Fisher, Son, & Co. Newgate St. London; rue St. Honoré, Paris, [1841].
1841EnglandConvention between Her Majesty and the republick of Hayti, for the more effectual suppression of the slave trade. : Signed at Port-au-Prince, December 23, 1839. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1841..Great Britain.London: : printed by T.R. Harrison., [1841]
1841EnglandAn act to make further provision for facilitating and completing the distribution and payment of compensation for slaves upon the abolition of slavery.Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc. 1841.[London : printed by George E. Eyre and Andrew Spottiswoode, printers to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, 1841]
1841EnglandThe Playfair papers, or Brother Jonathan, the smartest nation in all creation ...Playfair, Hugo.London : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street, 1841.
1841EnglandThe Negroland of the Arabs examined and explained; or, An inquiry into the early history and geography of Central Africa.Cooley, William Desborough, d. 1883.London: : Printed by James Holmes, Took's Court. : Published by J. Arrowsmith, 10, Soho Square., 1841.
1841EnglandA letter to the clergy of various denominations, and to the slave-holding planters, in the southern parts of the United States of AmericaClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed by Johnston and Barrett, 13, Mark Lane, 1841.
1841EnglandAshantee and the Gold Coast : being a sketch of the history, social state, and superstitions of the inhabitants of those countries: with a notice of the state and prospects of Christianity among themBeecham, John, 1787-1856.London : sold by John Mason; and by all booksellers, 1841 [printed by James Nichols].
1841EnglandA review of the late proposed measure for the reduction of the duties on sugar : so far as it relates to slavery and the slave trade, addressed to Sir T.F. Buxton, Bart.Beldam, Joseph, 1795-1866.London : Ridgway, 1841 [printed by Johnston and Barrett].
1841EnglandSlavery and the internal slave trade in the United States of North America : being replies to questions transmitted by the Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society for the Abolition of Slavery and the Slave Trade Throughout the World ; presented to the General Anti-slavery Convention held in London, June 1840 by the Executive Committee of the American Anti-slavery Society.British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society.London : T. Ward, 1841.
1841EnglandProceedings of the General Anti-Slavery Convention : called by the committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, and held in London from Friday, June 12th, to Tuesday, June 23rd, 1840.General Anti-slavery Convention (1st : 1840 : London, England)London : British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society; Thomas Ward and Co., and Hamilton, Adams and Co. [and eight others in seven more cities], 1841 [London : Johnston and Barrett, Printers].
1841EnglandA general introduction to the natural history of mammiferous animals, : with a particular view of the physical history of man, and the more closely allied genera of the order Quadrumana, or monkeys.Martin, W. C. L. (William Charles Linnaeus), 1798-1864.[London] : Wright and Co. printers, 76, Fleet Street, London., MDCCCXLI. [1841]
1841FranceCampagne de circumnavigation de la frégate l'Artémise, : pendant les années 1837, 1838, 1839 et 1840, sous le commandement de M. Laplace, capitaine de vaisseau.Laplace, Cyrille Pierre Théodore, 1793-1875.Paris, : Arthus Bertrand, éditeur, libraire de la Société de géographie, rue Hautefeuille, 23., 1841-1854..
1841FranceChronica do descobrimento e conquista de GuinZurara, Gomes Eanes de, ca. 1410-1473 or 4.Pariz. : Publicada por J.P. Aillaud. : Na officina typographica de Fain e Thunot, rue Racine, 28, junto ao Odéon., MDCCCXLI. [1841]
1841KentuckyThe second defence of Robert J. Breckinridge, against the calumnies of Robert Wickliffe, being a reply to his printed speech of November 9, 1840 ...Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Lexington : N.L. & J.W. Finnell, 1841.
1841LiberiaThe First part of the Grebo reader : with notes and a dictionary for the use of beginners..Cape Palmas W. Africa [Liberia]: : Fair Hope Station, Press of the A.B.C.F. Mission., 1841.
1841MarylandSpeech of Robert J. Breckinridge : delivered in the court-house yard at Lexington, Ky., on the 12th day of October, 1840, in reply to "The speech of Robert Wickliffe, delivered in the court-house in Lexington, on the 10th day of August, 1840, upon the occasion of resigning his seat as senator from the county of Fayette;" and in defence of his personal character, his political principles and his religious connexions : more particularly in regard to the questions of the power of the legislature on the subject of slavery, of the importation of slaves, of abolitionism, of British influence, of religious liberty, etc.Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Baltimore : printed by Richard J. Matchett, N.E. corner of Gay and Lombard Streets, 1841.
1841MarylandThe second defence of Robert J. Breckinridge, against the calumnies of Robert Wickliffe : being a reply to his printed speech of November 9, 1840.Breckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.Baltimore : printed by Richard J. Matchett, corner of Gay and Lombard Streets, 1841.
1841MarylandA letter from a gentleman of Baltimore, to his friend in the state of New York, on the subject of slavery.Sheed, J. J.Baltimore [Md.]: : Sherwood & Co., printers., 1841.
1841MarylandA letter from a gentleman of Baltimore, to his friend in the state of New York, on the subject of slavery.Sheed, J. J.Baltimore [Md.]: : Sherwood & Co., printers., 1841.
1841MassachusettsSixteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1841.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1841.
1841MassachusettsNinth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society. : presented January 27, 1841. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Dow & Jackson, printers, 14 Devonshire Street,, 1841..
1841MassachusettsThe works of William E. Channing, D.D.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company ; Cambridge : stereotyped and printed by Folsom, Wells, and Thurston ... , 1841.
1841MassachusettsAn argument on the unconstitutionality of slavery : embracing an abstract of the proceedings of the national and state conventions on this subjectMellen, G. W. F. (George Washington Frost)Boston : published by Saxton & Peirce, 1841.
1841MassachusettsAn argument on the unconstitutionality of slavery : embracing an abstract of the proceedings of the national and state conventions on this subjectMellen, G. W. F. (George Washington Frost)Boston : published by Saxton & Peirce, 1841.
1841MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, presented at the thirty-second annual meeting : held in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sept. 8, 9, & 10, 1841.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by Crocker & Brewster, 1841.
1841MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1841.Boston: : Charles Stimpson., 1841.
1841MassachusettsAmerican criminal trialsChandler, Peleg W. (Peleg Whitman), 1816-1889.Boston : Charles C. Little and James Brown ; London : A. Maxwell, 32 Bell Yard, Lincoln's Inn ; Boston : printed by Freeman and Bolles, Washington Street, 1841-1844.
1841MassachusettsThe first book of history; : for children and youthGoodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860.Boston: : Charles J. Hendee, and Jenks and Palmer., 1841..
1841MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1841 ; [Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou].
1841MassachusettsStar of emancipation.Boston : for the fair of the Massachusetts Female Emancipation Society, 1841 [Cornhill : John Putnam, printer].
1841New HampshireDuty of abolitionists to pro-slavery ministers and churches.Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870.[Concord, N.H.] : Printed by John R. French, Concord., [1841]
1841New YorkA lecture on the Haytien revolutions; : with a sketch of the character of Toussaint L'Ouverture. Delivered at the Stuyvesant Institute, (for the benefit of the Colored Orphan Asylum,) February 26, 1841.Smith, James McCune, 1813-1865.New-York: : Printed by Daniel Fanshaw, No. 150 Nassau-street. And for sale at the bookstores of the city., 1841..
1841New YorkThe hour and the man. : An historical romance.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.New-York: : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street., 1841..
1841New YorkMemorials of South Africa.Shaw, Barnabas.New-York: : Published by G. Lane & P.P. Sandford, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the conference office, 200 Mulberry-Street. J. Collord, printer., 1841.
1841New YorkThe fourth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1841.
1841New York1841. Crary's directory for the city of Buffalo. : The 65th year of American independence. Containing a list of banks, insurance offices, associations, societies, &c. &c. With the names, residence and occupation of the heads of families, householders, &c. on the first of June, 1841.Crary's Buffalo city directory. 1841.Buffalo [N.Y.]: : Faxon & Graves, printers., 1841.
1841New YorkProceedings of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, at their sixth annual meeting, : held in the city of Philadelphia, on the 16th, 17th, and 18th of June, A.D. 1841; together with the reports of the Domestic and Foreign Committees, the reports of the secretaries, and the accounts of the treasurers.Episcopal Church. Board of MissionsNew-York: : Published at the Missionary Rooms, 281 Broadway., 1841.
1841New YorkThe happy Negro.Serle, Ambrose, 1742-1812.[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society. 150 Nassau-street, New-York., [1841?]
1841New YorkAmerica, historical, statistic, and descriptiveBuckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855.New-York : published by Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street, 1841.
1841New YorkArgument of Roger S. Baldwin, of New Haven, before the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of the United States, appellants, vs. Cinque, and others, Africans of the Amistad.Baldwin, Roger S. (Roger Sherman), 1793-1863.New York : S.W. Benedict, 1841.
1841New YorkAnnals of the poor.Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827.New York: : William Kerr & Co. ; Boston : Crocker & Brewster. ; Philadelphia : Thomas, Cowperthwaite & Co., 1841.
1841New YorkArgument of John Quincy Adams, before the Supreme Court of the United States : in the case of the United States, appellants, vs. Cinque, and others, Africans, captured in the schooner Amistad, by Lieut. Gedney, delivered on the 24th of February and 1st of March, 1841. With a review of the case of the Antelope, reported in the 10th, 11th, and 12th volumes of Wheaton's Reports.Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.New York : S.W. Benedict, 1841.
1841New YorkThe Pirates own book, or Authentic narratives of the lives, exploits, and executions of the most celebrated sea robbers. : With historical sketches of the Joassamee, Spanish, Ladrone, West India, Malay, and Algerine pirates.New York: : Published by A. & C.B. Edwards, No. 3, Park Row. ; Philadelphia: : Thomas, Cowperthwait, & Co., No. 253, Market Street., 1840 [i.e. 1841].
1841New YorkAfrican Methodist Episcopal Church magazineBrooklyn, N.Y. : [the Church], 1841-1842.
1841PennsylvaniaTwelfth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, Feb. 20, 1841..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : E. G. Dorsey, printer, 12 Library Street., 1841..
1841PennsylvaniaEmancipationChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Philadelphia : Eastern Pennsylvania A.S. Society : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaThe description of the borough of Reading: : containing its population, institutions, trade, manufactures, &c. &c., with a notice of its first settlement, and many curious historical matters.Stahle, William.Reading [Pa.]: : Published by the author., 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaFacts and observations relative to the participation of American citizens in the African slave trade.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955). Representative MeetingPhiladelphia: : Joseph & William Kite, printers., 1841..
1841PennsylvaniaThe story of Captain Riley, and his adventures in Africa : With engravings.Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860.Philadelphia : Henry F. Anners, 1841, [c1834] [King and Baird, printers].
1841PennsylvaniaTo the abolitionists of the United States, who, by their votes, contributed to place a slaveholder in the presidential chair.Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1841]
1841PennsylvaniaReport on the practicability and necessity of a House of Refuge for Coloured juvenile delinquents in Philadelphia..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Brown, Bicking & Guilbert, printers, no. 56 North Third Street., 1841..
1841PennsylvaniaProceedings of the State Convention of the Colored Freemen of Pennsylvania, held in Pittsburgh, on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of August, 1841, for the purpose of considering their condition, and the means of its imporvement.Convention of the Colored Freemen of Pennsylvania (1841 : Pittsburgh, Pa.)Pittsburgh: : Printed by Matthew M. Grant., 1841..
1841PennsylvaniaSeventh annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 14, 1841..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaSlavery and the domestic slave trade, in the United States.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.Philadelphia: : printed by Merrihew and Thompson, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaThe fifth annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association, by Joseph Rakestraw., 1841..
1841PennsylvaniaSketches of the higher classes of colored society in Philadelphia.Willson, Joseph.Philadelphia. : Merrihew and Thompson, printers. No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaThe description of the borough of Reading containing its population, institutions, trade, manufactures, &c. &c. : with a notice of its first settlement, and many curious historical matters.Stahle, William.Reading, PA : Published by the author, 1841 (Reading : Knabb & Boyer)
1841PennsylvaniaThe correspondence of William Wilberforce.Wilberforce, William, 1759-1833.Philadelphia: : Henry Perkins--134 Chestnut Street. ; Boston-- : Ives & Dennet., 1841.
1841PennsylvaniaNotes on the United States of North America during a phrenological visit in 1838-9-40Combe, George, 1788-1858.Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1841 [T.K. & P.G. Collins, Printers]
1841PennsylvaniaPoemsBurleigh, William Henry, 1812-1871.Philadelphia : J. Miller M'Kim; Pittsburgh : Ingram & M'Candless; New York : Wiley & Putnam, 1841. (Merrihew & Thompson, Printers)
1841PennsylvaniaOnly 2 nights more of London assurance! : The most successful and beautifully produced comedy ever placed upon the stage. Galaxy of stars! W.E. Burton respectfully informs the public that other arrangements compel him to withdraw the fashionable comedy after the time stated, ... Last night but one of the engagements of Mrs. Fitzwilliam, Miss Clifton, and Mr. Buckstone. Monday evening, November 22, 1841. For the 5th time from a correct copy, the fashionable and most highly successful comedy in five acts, of London assurance. ... The scenery is all new, and with the exception of the third scene, has been painted by George Hielge, ... The third scene is by the senior Grain. ... The window curtains and upholstery by Mr. Moss of Fourth street. The new cut glass chandelier by Mr. Newton. The flowers and shrubs from Mr. M'Arann's Garden. ... To conclude with the farce of Popping the question. ... To-morrow evening, last night of the successful new comedy of London assurance.National Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1841]
1841ScotlandNotes on the United States of North America, : during a phrenological visit in 1838-9-40.Combe, George, 1788-1858.Edinburgh, : Maclachlan, Stewart, & Company: ; London, : Longman & Company; Simpkin, Marshall, & Company; and W.S. Orr & Company. ; [Edinburgh.] : Printed by Neill & Co. Old Fishmarket, Edinburgh., 1841.
1841ScotlandResolutions of public meetings of the members and friends of the Glasgow Emancipation Society; : correspondence of the secretaries; and minutes of the committee of said society, since the arrival in Glasgow, of Mr John A. Collins, the representative of the American Anti-slavery Society, in reference to the divisions among American abolitionists..Glasgow Emancipation Society (Glasgow, Scotland)Glasgow: : published by Geo. Gallie, 99, Buchanan Street. : Sold by J. M'Leod, Argyll St.; J. Symington & Co., Queen St.; and William Smeal, Gallowgate; ; Dublin: : R.D. Webb; and by P. Kennedy, office of the Hibernian Anti-slavery Society, 8, Anglesea Street., MDCCCXLI. [1841]
1841ScotlandSpeech of George Thompson, Esq., on the divisions among American abolitionists, : delivered at the annual meeting of the Glasgow Emancipation Society, 2d August, 1841. : (Reprinted, with corrections, from the Glasgow Argus.).Thompson, George, 1804-1878.[Glasgow? : s.n., 1841?]
1841South AfricaAn Inquiry into the justice and expediency of completing the publication of the authentic records of the colony of the Cape of Good Hope, relative to the aboriginal tribes[Cape Town,] Cape of Good Hope : Published by A.S. Robertson, Cape Town, and J. Richardson, London ; Cape Town : Printed by Saul Solomon, "Gazette" Office, 10, St. George's-street, 1841.
1841United StatesThe financial power of slavery : The substance of an address delivered in Ohio, in September, 1840Leavitt, Joshua, 1794-1873.[United States : s.n., 1841?]
1841United StatesA brief review of some of the points in the case of the l'Amistad and the principles involved.[U.S. : s.n., 1841?]
1841VirginiaSpeech of Mr. Bayly of Accomack : on the bill to prevent citizens of New York from carrying slaves out of this commonwealth, and to prevent the escape of persons charged with the commission of any crime, and in reply to Mr. Scott of Fauquier, delivered in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the 25th and 26th of February 1841. Published by members of the Senate and House of Delegates.Bayly, Thomas Henry, 1810-1856.Richmond : Printed by Shepard and Colin, 1841.
1842ConnecticutThe dignity of goodness : A discourse, delivered at the funeral of Mr. Ichabod Pease, (a man of color,) in St. James' Church, New-London, March 5th, 1842Hallam, Robert A. (Robert Alexander), 1807-1877.New-London [Conn.] : Bolles & Williams, printers, 1842.
1842District of ColumbiaTwenty-fifth annual report of the American Colonization Society.American Colonization Society.[Washington : s.n.], [1842].
1842District of ColumbiaCorrespondence between Mr. Webster and Lord Ashburton: : 1. On McLeod's case; 2. On the Creole case; 3. On the subject of impressment.United States. Dept. of State[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1842]
1842EnglandJournals of the Rev. James Frederick Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther, : who, with the sanction of Her Majesty's government, accompanied the expedition up the Niger, in 1841, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society. With appendices and map.Schön, James Frederick, 1803-1889.London: : Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Nisbet and Co., Berners Street; Seeleys, Fleet Street., 1842.
1842EnglandThe thirty-eighth report of the British and Foreign Bible Society; M.DCCC.XLII. : with an appendix and a list of subscribers and benefactors.British and Foreign Bible Society.London : printed by Richard Clay, Bread Hill Street : sold at the society's house, Earl Street, Blackfriars by W. Oliphant and Co. Edinburgh; and by all other booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1842.
1842EnglandHistory of the Baptist Missionary Society, from 1792 to 1842.Cox, F. A. (Francis Augustus), 1783-1853.London: : T. Ward & Co., and G. & J. Dyer, Paternoster Row. : Luntley and Dick, printers, 3, New Broad Street Court., 1842.
1842EnglandMissionary labours and scenes in Southern Africa;Moffat, Robert, 1795-1883.London: : John Snow, Paternoster Row., 1842..
1842EnglandWar and peace : the evils of the first, and a plan for preserving the lastJay, William, 1789-1858.London : Thomas Ward and Co.; Charles Gilpin; and at the office of the Peace Society, 1842 [Johnston and Barrett, printers].
1842EnglandThe slave states of AmericaBuckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855.[London] ; [Paris] : Fisher, Son, & Co. Newgate St. London; rue St. Honoré, Paris, [1842].
1842EnglandBrief notices of Hayti : with its condition, resources, and prospectsCandler, John, 1787-1869.London : Thomas Ward & Co., 27, Paternoster Row; and Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street Without : Johnston & Barrett, printers, 13 Mark Lane, 1842.
1842EnglandA brief historical, statistical, and descriptive review of East Tennessee, United States of America : developing its immense agricultural, mining, and manufacturing advantages, with remarks to emigrants. Accompanied with a map & lithographed sketch of a Tennessee farm, mansion house, and buildingsSmith, J. Gray (James Gray), 1797-1875.London : J. Leath, 1842 [Peart and Co., Printers]
1842EnglandThoughts on the objectionable system of labour for wages in the West India colonies; : and on the necessity of substituting a system of tenancy and allotment of the staple cultivation.Ross, Henry James, d. 1868.London: : J. Hatchard & Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1842.
1842EnglandNarrative of a residence on the Mosquito shore, during the years 1839, 1840, & 1841: : with an account of Truxillo, and the adjacent islands of Bonacca and Roatan.Young, Thomas, of the British Central American Land Company.London: : Smith, Elder and Co. 65, Cornhill., 1842.
1842EnglandAmerican notes for general circulation.Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.London: : Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. : Bradbury and Evans, printers, Whitefriars., 1842.
1842EnglandA comparative view of the constitutions of Great Britain and the United States of America : in six lecturesAiken, P. F. (Peter Freeland)London : Longman and Co.; Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Bristol: Strong.--Edinburgh: Blackwood and Son--Dublin: Milliken and Co., 1842 [Bristol : J. Chilcott, printer].
1842EnglandThe martyr of Erromanga : or, The philosophy of missions, illustrated from the labours, death, and character of the late Rev. John WilliamsCampbell, John, 1794-1867.London : John Snow, 35, Paternoster-Row : W. Tyler, printer, 5, Bolt-court, Fleet-street, London, 1842.
1842EnglandThe eastern and western states of AmericaBuckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855.[London] : Fisher, Son, & Co. Newgate St. London; rue St. Honoré, Paris, [1842].
1842EnglandNot a labourer wanted for Jamaica : to which is added, an account of the newly erected villages by the peasantry there, and their beneficial results; and of the consequences of reopening a new slave trade, as it relates to Africa, and the honour of the British government in breaking her treaties with foreign powers : in a letter addressed to a member of Parliament, appointed to sit on the West India CommitteeClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Thomas Ward & Co., 27 Paternoster Row : and to be had at the office of the British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society, 27 New Broad Street : J. Haddon, Castle Street, Finsbury, 1842.
1842EnglandWho is to blame? : or, Cursory review of "American apology for American accession to Negro slavery."Grahame, James, 1790-1842.London: : Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill., 1842..
1842EnglandReply to an "American's examination" of the "right of search:" : with observations on some of the questions at issue between Great Britain and the United States, and on certain positions assumed by the North American government.Ouseley, William Gore, Sir, 1797-1866.London: : John Rodwell, 46 New Bond Street., M.DCCC.XLII. [1842]
1842EnglandA visit to the United States in 1841;Sturge, Joseph, 1793-1859.London: : Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster Row. ; Birmingham [Eng.]: : B. Hudson, Bull Street., 1842.
1842EnglandSome account of the trade in slaves from Africa : as connected with Europe and America. From the introduction of the trade into modern Europe, down to the present time; especially with reference to the efforts made by the British government for its extinctionBandinel, James, 1783-1849.London : Published by Longman, Brown, and Co., for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1842 [Printed by W. Clowes and Sons]
1842EnglandAmerican whites and blacks : in reply to a German orthodermistAbdy, E. S. (Edward Strutt), 1791-1846.London : Charles Gilpin, bookseller, 1842 [Charles Gilpin, printer].
1842EnglandThe history of the Republic of Texas, from the discovery of the country to the present time; : and the cause of her separation from the Republic of Mexico.Maillard, N. Doran (Nicholas Doran)London: : Smith, Elder, and Co., Cornhill., 1842..
1842EnglandA letter to the Right Hon. Lord Ashburton, : suggested by the questions of international law, raised in the message of the American president.Phillimore, Robert, Sir, 1810-1885.London: : J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1842..
1842EnglandThe case of the Creole considered, : in a second letter to the Right Hon. Lord Ashburton, &c. &c. &c.Phillimore, Robert, Sir, 1810-1885.London: : J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly., 1842..
1842FranceHistoire physique, politique et naturelle de l'ile de CubaSagra, Ramón de la, 1798-1871.Paris : Arthus Bertrand, éditeur, libraire de la Société de Géographie et de la Société Royale des Antiquaires du Nord, rue Hautefeuille, 23., 1842.
1842FranceHistoria fisica, politica y natural de la isla de CubaSagra, Ramón de la, 1798-1871.Paris : En la libreria de Arthus Bertrand, librero de la Sociedad de Geografia, calle Hautefeuille, no 23., 1842.
1842FrancePremier voyage à la recherche des sources du Bahr-el-Abiad ou Nil-Blanc, : ordonné par Mohammed-Aly, Vice-Roi d'Égypte, sous le commandement du capitaine de frégate Selim Bimbachi.Bimbachi, Selim.Paris.-- : Imprimerie de Bourgogne et Martinet, rue Jacob, 30., [1842?]
1842FranceQuestion d'Afrique : de la double conquête de l'Algérie par la guerre et la colonisation : suivi d'un examen critique du gouvernement, de l'administration et de la situation colonialeBuret, Eugène.Paris : chez Ledoyen, libraire, galerie d'Orléans, 31, Palais-Royal : Imprimerie d'Hippolyte Tilliard, rue S.-Hyacinthe-S.-Michel, 30, 1842.
1842FranceL'émancipation anglaise jugée par ses résultats. : Analyse des documents officiels imprimés par ordre de M. le ministre de la marine et des colonies.Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.Paris, : Imprimerie de Moquet et Hauquelin, rue de la Harpe, 90., 1842.
1842FranceAn examination of the question, now in discussion, between the American and British governments, concerning the right of searchCass, Lewis, 1782-1866.Paris : printed by H. Fournier et Co, 7 rue Saint-Benoît, [1842].
1842FranceQuadro elementar das relações politicas e diplomaticas de Portugal : com as diversas potencias do mundo, desde o principio da monarchia portugueza até aos nossos dias;Santarém, Manuel Francisco de Barros e Sousa, Visconde de, 1791-1856.Pariz. : Em casa de J.P. Aillaud, quai Voltaire, no 11., 1842-1843.
1842FranceLes États-Unis et la Havane : souvenirs d'un voyageurLöwenstern, Isidore, 1810-1858 or 9.Paris : Arthus Bertrand, libraire-éditeur ... rue Hautefeuille, 23 ; Leipsick : Léopold Michelsen, libraire, 1842.
1842FranceNotice sur André Alvarez d'Almada et sa description de la Guinée,Santarém, Manuel Francisco de Barros e Sousa, Visconde de, 1791-1856.Paris. : Arthus Bertrand, libraire, éditeur des nouvelles annales des voyages, 23, rue Hautefeuille., 1842.
1842FranceVoyage aux Antilles, françaises, anglaises, espagnoles; : à Saint-Domingue et aux États-Unis d'Amérique ...Granier de Cassagnac, A. (Adolphe), 1806-1880.Paris, : Dauvin et Fontaine libraires, Passage des panoramas, 35., 1842-1844..
1842FranceDes colonies Franc?aises. : Abolition immédiate de l'esclavage.Schoelcher, Victor, 1804-1893.Paris. : Pagnerre, éditeur, rue de Seine, 14 bis., 1842.
1842FranceAtlas composé de mappemondes et de cartes hydrographiques et historiques : depuis le XIe jusqu'au XVIIe siècle pour la plupart inédites et tirées de plusieurs bibliothèques de l'Europe. Devant servir de preuves a l'ouvrage sur la priorité de la découverte de la côte occidentale d'Afrique au dela du Cap Bojador par les Portugais et a l'histoire de la géographie du moyen age.Santarém, Manuel Francisco de Barros e Sousa, Visconde de, 1791-1856.Paris : Imprimerie de Fain et Thunot, imprimeurs de l'Université Royale de France, rue Racine, 28, près de l'Odéon., 1842.
1842FranceUn hiver aux Antilles, en 1839-40, : ou Lettres sur les résultats de l'abolition de l'esclavage, dans les colonies anglaises des Indes-Occidentales, adressées a Henri Clay, du Kentucky,Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847.Paris, : Librairie de Firmin Didot frères, imprimeurs de l'Institut, rue Jacob, 56., 1842..
1842GeorgiaThe religious instruction of the Negroes. : In the United StatesJones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863.Savannah: : Published by Thomas Purse., 1842..
1842GermanyAmerican notes for general circulationDickens, Charles, 1812-1870.Leipzig : Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1842.
1842MarylandMatchett's Baltimore director, or Register of householders, corrected up to June, 1842; : containing a list of streets, lanes, alleys, wharves, &c. and a variety of other useful information.Matchett's Baltimore director. 1842.[Baltimore, Md.] : Baltimore director office, corner Gay and Lombard streets., [1842]
1842MarylandAn examination of the question, now in discussion, between the American and British governments, concerning the right of searchCass, Lewis, 1782-1866.Baltimore : N. Hickman, 78 Market Street : J. Young, printer, 1842.
1842MassachusettsNinth annual report of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society : Presented October 12, 1842.Boston Female Anti-slavery Society.Boston : Oliver Johnson, 1842.
1842MassachusettsSketches of foreign travel and life at sea; : including a cruise on board a man-of-war, as also a visit to Spain, Portugal, the south of France, Italy, Sicily, Malta, The Ionian Islands, Continental Greece, Liberia, and Brazil; and a treatise on the Navy of the United States.Rockwell, Charles, 1806-1882.Boston: : Published by Tappan and Dennet. ; New York: : D. Appleton & Co. and Wiley and Putnam. ; Philadelphia: : Carey & Hart. ; London: : Wiley & Putnam., 1842..
1842MassachusettsThe duties and dangers of the clergy and the church: : a sermon.Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877.Boston: : Printed by Crocker & Brewster, 47 Washington-street, 1842..
1842MassachusettsThe duty of the free states : Second partChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : William Crosby and Company, 1842 [Printed by S.N. Dickinson].
1842MassachusettsThe duty of the free states : or Remarks suggested by the case of the CreoleChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : William Crosby & Company, 1842 [Printed by S.N. Dickinson].
1842MassachusettsPoems on slavery.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.Cambridge [Mass.]: : Published by John Owen., MDCCCXLII. [1842]
1842MassachusettsDr. Channing's last address : delivered at Lenox, on the first of August, 1842, the anniversary of emancipation in the British West Indies.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : Oliver Johnson, 1842.
1842MassachusettsThe American churches : the bulwarks of American slaveryBirney, James Gillespie, 1792-1857.Newburyport [Mass.] : published by Charles Whipple, 1842.
1842MassachusettsAddress of John Quincy Adams, to his constituents of the Twelfth Congressional District, at Braintree, September 17th, 1842Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848.Boston : J.H. Eastburn, printer, 1842.
1842MassachusettsThe family and slavery; : showing the influence of slavery on the domestic relations.Native of the South-west.[Boston] : Published by the American Tract Society, 28 Cornhill, Boston., [between 1842 and 1868]
1842MassachusettsPoems on slavery.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.Cambridge [Mass.]: : Published by John Owen., MDCCCXLII. [1842]
1842MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. : Presented at the thirty-third annual meeting, held in the city of Norwich, Connecticut, Sept. 13, 14, 15 & 16. 1842..American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston: : printed for the board by Crocker & Brewster. No. 47 Washington Street., 1842..
1842MassachusettsTenth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society. : Presented Jan. 26, 1842. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Dow & Jackson's Press., 1842..
1842MassachusettsThe duty of the free states : or Remarks suggested by the case of the CreoleChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : William Crosby & Company, 1842 [Printed by S.N. Dickinson].
1842MassachusettsAn address delivered at Lenox : on the first of August, 1842, the anniversary of emancipation in the British West IndiesChanning, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Lenox, Mass. : Published by J.G. Stanly, 1842. [Pittsfield, Mass. : Charles Montague, Printer].
1842MassachusettsA discourse on the state of the country, : delivered in the First Church in Medford, on the annual fast, April 7th, 1842.Stetson, Caleb, 1793-1870.Boston: : James Munroe and Company., 1842.
1842MassachusettsThe narrative of Lunsford Lane, formerly of Raleigh, N.C. : Embracing an account of his early life, the redemption by purchase of himself and family from slavery, and his banishment from the place of his birth for the crime of wearing a colored skin.Lane, Lunsford, b. 1803.Boston: : Printed for the publisher: : J.G. Torrey, printer., 1842..
1842MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1842.Boston: : Charles Stimpson., 1842.
1842MassachusettsSeventeenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1842.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 51 Court Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1842 [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1842MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1842 ; [Cambridge Press: Metcalf, Torry, and Ballou].
1842MassachusettsThe Salem belle: : a tale of 1692..Boston: : Tappan & Dennet, 114 Washington Street., 1842..
1842MassachusettsReligious songster : being a choice selection of hymns, adapted to public and private devotions of Christians of all denominations; suitable to be used at missionary, temperance and anti-slavery meetings, as well as at social prayer and conference meetings, etc., etc.Lowell: : Published by E.A. Rice, No. 95 Merrimack street., 1842..
1842MassachusettsThe Anti-slavery picknick: : a collection of speeches, poems, dialogues and songs; intended for use in schools and anti-slavery meetings.Boston: : H.W. Williams, 25 Cornhill. ; New York:-- : Amer. A.S. Soc., 143 Nassau Street. ; Philadelphia:-- : J. Miller M'Kim, 31 North Fifth Street., MDCCCXLII [1842].
1842NetherlandsBijdragen tot de natuurlijke geschiedenis van den negerstam,Hoeven, Jan van der, 1802-1868.Te Leiden, : Bij S. en J. Luchtmans., 1842.
1842NetherlandsOntwerp tot vrijlating der neger-slaven, onder vereeniging van aller belangen..Te Amsterdam, : bij S. J. Prins., Julij 1842..
1842New YorkThe fame and glory of England vindicated : being an answer to "The glory and shame of England."Brown, Peter, 1784-1863.New York & London : Wiley and Putnam, 1842.
1842New YorkHistory of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. : Compiled chiefly from the published and unpublished documents of the Board.Tracy, Joseph, 1793?-1874.New-York: : M.W. Dodd, Brick Church Chapel, opposite the City Hall., 1842.
1842New YorkThe fifth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1842.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1842.
1842New YorkThe Creole case, and Mr. Webster's despatch; : with the comments of the N.Y. American..Jay, William, 1789-1858.New-York: : Published at the Office of the "New-York American," no. 47 William Street., 1842..
1842New YorkThe wilted bud: or, A memoir of Mary Catherine Runnels Seys, : daughter of John and Ann Seys, missionaries to Liberia.Seys, John, 1799-1872.New-York: : Published by G. Lane & P.P. Sandford, for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry-street. J. Collord, printer., 1842..
1842New YorkObi; or, Three Fingered Jack.Earle, William.New-York: : J. Slater, publisher, 42 Division Street., [between 1842 and 1849?]
1842New York350 slaves turned freemen!!Vigilance Committee of Albany.[Albany, N.Y.? : s.n.], [1842?]
1842New YorkAmerican notes for general circulation.Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870.New-York: : Published by Harper & Brothers, 812 Cliff-St., 1842.
1842New YorkThe progress and results of emancipation in the English West Indies. : A lecture delivered before the Philomathian Society of the city of New-York.Jay, John, 1817-1894.New-York: : Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway., 1842..
1842New YorkRandom shots and southern breezes, : containing critical remarks on the southern states and southern institutions, with semi-serious observations on men and manners.Tasistro, Louis F. (Louis Fitzgerald), 1808-1868.New-York: : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street., 1842.
1842New YorkThe universal traveller: : designed to introduce readers at home to an acquaintance with the arts, customs, and manners, of the principal modern nations on the globe. Embracing a view of their persons--character--employments--amusements--religion--dress--habitations--mode of warfare--food--arts--agriculture--manufactures--superstitions--government--literature, &c. &c. Derived from the researches of recent travellers of acknowledged enterprise, intelligence, and fidelity; and imbodying a great amount of entertaining and instructive information.Goodrich, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1790-1862.New York: : Published by Luther James., 1842.
1842New YorkNarrative of the barbarous treatment of two unfortunate females : natives of the parish of Concordia, Louisiana, whose husband and parent were inhumanely murdered by two runaway blacks, the principal instigator of which has since suffered at the stake.Harrington, MissNew York : printed for the publishers, 1842.
1842New YorkThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1843 ...New York : Published by American Anti-slavery Society, [1842]
1842New YorkMissions in western Africa: : including Mr. Freeman's visit to Ashantee. : From the London Wesleyan Methodist magazine.New York : Published by G. Lane & P.P. Sandford, for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry-street. J. Collord, printer., 1842..
1842New YorkGaspar; the pirate of the Indian seas. : A tale of the ocean..[New York] : Wilson and Company, publishers, 162 Nassau-Street. New York., [1842]
1842OhioPacificus: the rights and privileges of the several states in regard to slavery : being a series of essays, published in the Western Reserve Chronicle, (Ohio,) after the election of 1842Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed), 1795-1864.[Warren, Ohio? : s.n., 1842]
1842OhioTrial of Rev. John B. Mahan, for felony. : In the Mason Circuit Court of Kentucky. Commencing on Tuesday, the 13th, and terminating on Monday the 19th of November, 1838.Mahan, John B. defendant.Cincinnati: : Samuel A. Alley, printer., 1838..
1842PennsylvaniaBlack Jacob, a monument of grace. : The life of Jacob Hodges, an African Negro, who died in Canandaigua, N.Y., February, 1842.Eddy, A. D. (Ansel Doane), 1798-1875.[Philadelphia] : American Sunday-School Union. Philadelphia: no. 146 Chestnut Street. : L. Johnson, stereotyper, Philadelphia., [1842]
1842PennsylvaniaThirteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in Senate and House of Representatives, February 1842..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Mifflin & Parry, printers, no. 99 S. Second St., 1842..
1842PennsylvaniaBrief remarks on the diversities of the human species, and on some kindred subjects. : Being an introductory lecture delivered before the class of Pennsylvania Medical College, in Philadelphia, November 1, 1842.Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaAllgemeine Beschreibung der Erde und ihrer Bewohner : nebst einer kurzen Darstellung der Himmelskörper : Mit vielen Abbildungen und einer illuminirten WeltkarteBösche, Eduard Theodor.Philadelphia : herausgegeben von S.S. und A. Rex, 1842, c1840.
1842PennsylvaniaMiss Lucy Long. Arranged as a colillion by Frank Johnson. Second edition.Maeder, J. Gaspard.Philadelphia: Osbourn's Music Saloon, c1842.
1842PennsylvaniaEighth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1842?]
1842PennsylvaniaReport of the case of Edward Prigg against the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. : Argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842. In which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void; and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states.Prigg, Edward.Philadelphia: : Stereotyped by L. Johnson., 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaEnquiry into the validity of the British claim to a right of visitation and search of American vessels suspected to be engaged in the African slave-trade.Wheaton, Henry, 1785-1848.Philadelphia: : Lea & Blanchard., 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaThe poetical works of Miss Landon. : Vol. I[-II].L. E. L. (Letitia Elizabeth Landon), 1802-1838.Philadelphia: : Henry F. Anners., 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaThe fourteenth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. E.G. Dorsey, printer, Library Street., 1842..
1842PennsylvaniaThe poetical works of Miss Landon. : Vol. I[-II].L. E. L. (Letitia Elizabeth Landon), 1802-1838.Philadelphia: : Henry F. Anners., 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaCircular.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1842].
1842PennsylvaniaAmerican notes for general circulationDickens, Charles, 1812-1870.Philadelphia : Lea and Blanchard, 1842.
1842PennsylvaniaThe Philadelphia firemen's anniversary parade marchJohnson, Francis, 1792-1844, composerPhiladelphia: Published by L. Meignen & Co. importers of music & musical instruments, Italian strings &c. 217 Chesnut Street, [ca. 1842]
1842PennsylvaniaMiss Lucy Long.Maeder, J. Gaspard (James Gaspard), 1809-1876 cmpPhiladelphia : Osbourn's Music Saloon, 112 So. 3rd. St., near the Philadelphia exchange, c1842.
1842PennsylvaniaWelch's new Olympic Circus Chesnut Street near Ninth. Saturday afternoon, December 3d, 1842, : will be presented a grand cavalcade of Peruvian warriors ... Feats of vaulting. ... Negro extravaganzas! ...Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1842]
1842PennsylvaniaNew Olympic Circus! Chesnut St. near Ninth. : Conducted and directed by Mr. R. Welch. Fourth night of the season!! First appearance of that most elegant danseuse of the day, Miss Louisa Wells. And the debut of Mr. Geo. Sergeant the popular and principal equestrian of Louisiana. The prices of admission To the dress circle or parquette, 50 cents Children under 10 years of age, 25 cents To the second tier of boxes, 25 cents To the upper boxes 50 cents Gallery for colored persons, 25 cents On Friday evening, September 30th, 1842, the present elegant routine of entertainments will commence with a grand national entree: of great splendor and effect. ... Striking novelties!! of a brilliant character are in active preparation. Equestrian director Mr. J. Cadwallader Principal buffo clown Mr. J. Gossin Assistant clown Mr. Howard Ring master Mr. Jennings The hours at which places may be secured for the dress boxes or family private boxes, are from 10 in the morning until 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Every description of novelty is in preparation, and will be speedily produced.Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1842]
1842PennsylvaniaWelch's new Olympic Circus Chesnut Street near Ninth. Saturday afternoon, December 24th, 1842, : to commence with a grand equestrian masquerade. ... Superb gymnastics ... Negro doings & dancings ... To conclude with the feerie folie, called the 100 silver swans the characters by the whole of the juvenile company.Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1842]
1842PennsylvaniaWelch's new Olympic Circus Chesnut Street near Ninth. Saturday afternoon, December 10th, 1842, : the performances to commence with the infant ballet of Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf the robber. In which 20 infant performers will appear. Equitation ... Ground and lofty gymnastics! ... A four horse act, ... Wonderful feats ... Negro singing & dancing ...Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1842]
1842Rhode IslandElleanor's second book.Green, Frances H. (Frances Harriet), 1805-1878.Providence : printed by B. T. Albro, 1842.
1842Rhode IslandAn appeal to the professors of Christianity, in the southern states and elsewhere, on the subject of slavery:New England Yearly Meeting of Friends.Providence: : printed by Knowles and Vose., 1842..
1842ScotlandHistory of Christian missions, : from the Reformation to the present time.Huie, James A.Edinburgh: : Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court; ; [London] : and Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., London., MDCCCXLII. [1842]
1842ScotlandA tradesman's travels, in the United States and Canada, in the years 1840, 41, & 42.Thomson, William.Edinburgh: : Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court. Lewis Smith, Aberdeen; & Willm. Johnston, Stonehaven., MDCCCXLII [1842]
1842South CarolinaReport on the free colored poor : of the city of Charleston.Charleston (S.C.). Commissioners of the Poor.Charleston, S.C. : Burges & James, printers and publishers, 1842.
1842VirginiaJournal of the convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia, held in Trinity Church, Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, on the 18th of May, 1842.Episcopal Church. Diocese of Virginia. Convention (1842 : Staunton, Va.)Alexandria [Va.]: : Printed at the office of the Southern Churchman., 1842.
1842WalesHanes bywyd a ffoedigaeth Moses Roper, o gaethiwed Americanaidd..Roper, Moses.Aberystwyth: : Argraphwyd dros y cyhoeddwr gan J. Cox., 1842..
1843District of ColumbiaGen. Jackson's fine. : An examination into the question of martial law; with an explanation of the law of contempt of court: suggested by reflections on the injustice of the fine imposed on General Jackson by Judge Hall in 1815.Ingersoll, Charles Jared, 1782-1862.Washington: : Printed by Blair and Rives., 1843..
1843District of ColumbiaThe Texan revolution : Republished with additions from the Northampton (Massachusetts) Gazette, to which is added a letter from Washington on the annexation of Texas, and the late outrage in CaliforniaChild, David Lee, 1794-1874.[Washington, D.C.] : [J. & G.S. Gideon, Printers], [1843].
1843EnglandTreaty between Her Majesty and the republic of Chile, for the abolition of the traffic in slaves. : Signed at Santiago, January 19, 1839. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1843..Chile.London: : printed by T.R. Harrison., [1843]
1843EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 22nd May, 1843. : Preceded by the addresses on presenting the medals awarded by the council of the society.Hamilton, W. R. (William Richard), 1777-1859.London: : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1843..
1843EnglandA private journal kept during the Niger Expedition, : from the commencement in May, 1841, until the recall of the expedition in June, 1842.Simpson, William, of the Niger Expedition.London: : John F. Shaw, 27, Southampton Row, Russell-Sq.; Hamilton, Adams & Co., Paternoster Row; J. Johnstone, Edinburgh; and J. Robertson, Dublin., 1843.
1843EnglandHistory of our own timesCampbell, Thomas, 1777-1844.London : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street : F. Shoberl, Jun., 51, Rupert Street, Haymarket, 1843-1845.
1843EnglandNotes and reflections, during a ramble in the east : an overland journey from India, visit to Athens, &c.Baynes, Charles Robert.London : printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1843 [printed by A. Spottiswoode].
1843EnglandThe natural history of man; : comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies on the different tribes of the human family.Prichard, James Cowles, 1786-1848.London: : H. Bailliere, 219 Regent Street; foreign bookseller to the Royal Society, to the Royal College of Surgeons, and to the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society. ; Paris: : J. B. Bailliere, libraire, rue de l'Ecole de Medecine. ; Leipsic: : T. O. Weigel., 1843..
1843EnglandJamaica: : its past and present state.Phillippo, James M. (James Mursell), 1798-1879.London: : John Snow, Paternoster Row., MDCCCXLIII. [1843].
1843EnglandJournals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, missionaries of the Church Missionary Society, : detailing their proceedings in the kingdom of Shoa, and journeys in other parts of Abyssinia, in the years 1839, 1840, 1841, and 1842. : To which is prefixed, A geographical memoir of Abyssinia and south-eastern Africa, by James M'Queen, Esq. grounded on the missionaries' journals, and the expedition of the Pacha of Egypt up the Nile. : The whole illustrated by two maps, engraved by Arrowsmith..Isenberg, Charles William, 1806-1864.[London] : Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, Fleet Street, London., MDCCCXLIII. [1843]
1843EnglandVocabulary of the Yoruba language. : Part I.-- English and Yoruba. Part II.--Yoruba and English. ; To which are prefixed, the grammatical elements of the Yoruba language.Crowther, Samuel, 1806?-1891.London: : Printed for the Church Missionary Society. : Sold by Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; Nisbet & Co. Berners Street; and Seeley, Burnside, & Seeley, Fleet Street. : Richard Watts, printer, Crown Court, Temple Bar., 1843.
1843EnglandPhilological proofs of the original unity and recent origin of the human race. : Derived from a comparison of the languages of Asia, Europe, Africa, and America. Being an inquiry how far the differences in the languages of the globe are referrible to causes now in operation.Johnes, Arthur James, 1809-1871.London: : Samuel Clarke, 13, Pall Mall East. ; [Llandovery, Wales] : Rees, Llandovery; ; [Chester, England] : E. Parry, Bridge Street, Chester; ; [Carnarvon, Wales] : Rees, Carnarvon., 1843..
1843EnglandThe life, voyages, and exploits of Admiral Sir Francis Drake, Knt. : With numerous original letters from him and the Lord High Admiral to the Queen and great officers of state ...Barrow, John, 1808-1898.[London] : John Murray, 1843 [Printed by William Clowes and Sons]
1843EnglandThe Cape of Good Hope and the eastern province of Algoa Bay, &c. &c. : with statistics of the colonyChase, John Centlivres.London : Pelham, Richardson, 23, Cornhill; and sold by A.S. Robertson, Cape Town; and J. Caffyn, Graham's Town : Printed by J. Haynes, Nag's Head Court, City, 1843.
1843EnglandAdditional and explanatory convention between Her Majesty and the republic of Chile, for the abolition of the traffic in slaves. : Signed at Santiago, August 7, 1841. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1843..Chile.London: : printed by T.R. Harrison., [1843]
1843EnglandLetters from the Virgin Islands: : illustrating life and manners in the West Indies..London: : John Van Voorst, Paternoster Row., MDCCCXLIII. [1843]
1843FranceNotice historique sur la Guyane française,Ternaux-Compans, Henri, 1807-1864.Paris, : Chez Firman Didot Frères, libraire, rue Jacob, No 56, et chez les marchands de nouveautés., 1843.
1843FranceLa polynésie et les Iles Marquises; : voyages et marine accompagnés d'un voyage en Abyssinie et d'un coup-d'oeil sur la canalisation de l'Isthme de Panama;Reybaud, Louis, 1799-1879.Paris : A la librairie de Guillaumin, éditeur du Dictionaire du commerce et des marchandises et de la Collection des principauz économistes, Galerie de la Bourse, 5, passage des Panoramas., 1843.
1843FranceColonies étrangères et Haiti : résultats de l'émancipation anglaise;Schoelcher, Victor, 1804-1893.Paris : Pagnerre, éditeur, rue de Seine, 14 bis., 1843.
1843FranceMexique et Guatemala,La Renaudière, Philippe François de, 1781-1845.Paris, : Firmin Didot frères, éditeurs, imprimeurs-libraires de l'Institut de France, rue Jacob, no 56., MDCCCXLIII. [1843]
1843FranceExamen des questions de juridiction qui se sont élevées entre les gouvernements anglais et américain, dans l'affaire de la Créole..Paris. : --Imprimerie de Fain et Thunot, imprimeurs de l'Université Royale de France, rue Racine, 28, près de l'Odéon., [1843?]
1843GeorgiaEighth annual report of the Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes, in Liberty County, Georgia; : Together with the address to the association by the president the Rev. I.S.K. Axson. ; Published by order of the Association.Association for the Religious Instruction of the Negroes in Liberty County, Georgia.Savannah: : Printed by Thomas Purse., 1843.
1843GermanyReiseerinnerungen an Cuba, Nord- und Südamerica, 1838-1841.Otto, Eduard.Berlin, 1843. : Verlag der Naucksche Buchhandlung., [1843].
1843LiberiaLiberia herald ... Vol. XII. Monrovia, Liberia, (West-Africa) May 3, 1843. no. 6..[Monrovia, Liberia : s.n., 1843]
1843LouisianaEssays : being inductions drawn from the Baconian philosophy proving the truth of the Bible and the justice and benevolence of the decree dooming Canaan to be servant of servants : and answering the question of Voltaire: "On demande quel droit des étrangers tels que les Juifs avaient sur le pays de Canaan?" : In a series of letters to the Rev. William WinansCartwright, Samuel A. (Samuel Adolphus), 1793-1863.First published at Vidalia [La.], opposite the city of Natchez : [s.n.],1843.
1843MaineLight and truth : from ancient and sacred historyLewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)Augusta [Me.] : Severance & Dorr, printers, 1843.
1843MassachusettsWhat can I do for the abolition of slavery?Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, publishing agent, Boston., [1843?]
1843MassachusettsDe boatmen's dance : an original banjo melodyEmmett, Daniel Decatur, 1815-1904. cmpBoston : Pub. by C.H. Keith, 67 & 69 Court St., c1843.
1843MassachusettsLoyal National Repeal Association. : The following is a copy of the address, which was read by the Liberator, at the meeting on Wednesday: --The Committee to whom the address from the Cincinnati Irish Repeal Association, on the subject of Negro slavery in the United States of America, was referred, have agreed to the following report ....O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, Publishing Agent, Boston., [1843?]
1843MassachusettsPoems on slavery.Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, publishing agent, Boston., [1843]
1843MassachusettsChristmas, and poems on slavery, for Christmas, 1843. : Dedicated to Eliza Lee Follen..Hill, Thomas, 1818-1891.Cambridge: : Published by the author for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair., 1843..
1843MassachusettsAddress of the New-England Anti-Slavery Convention to the slaves of the United States; : with an address to President Tyler; adopted in Faneuil Hall, May 31, 1843..New England Anti-Slavery Convention (10th : 1843 : Boston, Mass.)Boston: : Published by Oliver Johnson,, 1843..
1843MassachusettsThe influence of the slave power..Teller of the truth.[Boston] : Published by J.W. Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston., [1843]
1843MassachusettsThe religion of slavery.Hussey, Ebenezer.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, publishing agent, Boston., [1843?]
1843MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. : Presented at the thirty-fourth annual meeting, held in the city of Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 12, 13, 14 & 15. 1843..American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston: : printed for the board by Crocker & Brewster, 47 Washington Street., 1843..
1843MassachusettsThe right sort of politics.Liberty Party (U.S.)[Boston] : Published by J.W. Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston., [1843]
1843MassachusettsAbstract of the thirty-fourth annual report of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 1843.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.], [1843].
1843MassachusettsPersons held to service, fugitive slaves, &c.Weld, Theodore Dwight, 1803-1895.[Boston] : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. J.W. Alden, publishing agent, Boston., [between 1843 and 1845?]
1843MassachusettsThe complaint of Mexico, and conspiracy against liberty.Allen, George, 1792-1883.Boston : Published by J.W. Alden, 1843 [Printed by S.N. Dickinson].
1843MassachusettsThe Missouri compromise: or, The extension of the slave powerAppleton, James, 1785-1862.[Boston : Published by the New England Anti-Slavery Tract Association. : J.W. Alden, publishing agent, 1843?]
1843MassachusettsLays of my home, and other poems,Whittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston: : Williams D. Ticknor., MDCCCXLII. [1843]
1843MassachusettsSonnets and other poemsGarrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879.Boston : published by Oliver Johnson, 1843.
1843MassachusettsThe anti-slavery poems of John Pierpont..Pierpont, John, 1785-1866.Boston: : published by Oliver Johnson, and sold at 25 Cornhill., 1843..
1843MassachusettsThe first book of history: : for children and youthGoodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860.Boston: : Charles J. Hendee, and Jenks and Palmer., 1843..
1843MassachusettsThe amateur's song book : Part first. Containing a large collection of popular, sentimental, national, and comic songs, set to music in two parts, the air, or first treble and baseAmateur.Boston : Published by Elias Howe, Jr., No. 7, Cornhill : stereotyped and printed by A. B. Kidder, No. 7 Cornhill, [1843]
1843MassachusettsEleventh annual report, presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 25, 1843. : With an appendix.Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Oliver Johnson, publisher., 1843..
1843MassachusettsAnti-slavery melodies : for the friends of freedomLincoln, Jairus.Hingham [Mass.] : published by Elijah B. Gill, [c1843. Boston : A.J. Wright, printer].
1843MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1843.Boston: : Charles Stimpson., 1843.
1843MassachusettsThe works of William E. Channing, D.D.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : James Munroe and Company, 1843.
1843MassachusettsEighteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1843.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at the society's rooms, 47 Beacon Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1843 [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1843MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1843 ; [Oliver Johnson, printer].
1843MichiganMinutes of the state convention, of the colored citizens of the state of Michigan : held in the city of Detroit on the 26th & 27th of October, 1843, for the purpose of considering their moral & political condition, as citizens of the state.State Convention of the Colored Citizens of the State of Michigan (1843 : Detroit, Mich.)Detroit : printed by William Harsha, 1843.
1843New YorkThe blind man's book, number IV. : Containing prose and poetry, mostly of his own composition.Maxson, Josiah G.[Brookfield, N.Y.? : s.n.], 1843.
1843New YorkChurch of Peterboro.Church of Peterboro (Peterboro, N.Y.)[Peterboro, N.Y. : s.n., 1843].
1843New YorkLectures on geology, : delivered at the Broadway Tabernacle, in the city of New-York,Lyell, Charles, Sir, 1797-1875.New-York: : Greeley & McElrath, Tribune Buildings., 1843.
1843New YorkProceedings of the Court of Inquiry appointed to inquire into the intended mutiny on board the United States brig of war Somers, on the high seas; : held on board the United States ship North Carolina lying at the navy yard, New-York; with a full account of the execution of Spencer, Cromwell and Small, on board said vessel.United States. Navy. Court of Inquiry (Somers (Brig) : 1842-1843)New-York: : Greeley & McElrath, 160 Nassau-Street. Tribune Buildings, opposite the park., 1843.
1843New YorkThe life and speeches of Henry Clay.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.New-York : Greeley & McElrath, 1843.
1843New YorkPeterboro, March 15, 1843. To the people of the town of Smithfield: : At the recent town meeting, you again refused to elect men for commissioners of excise, who are willing to license dram-selling. You did right. ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1843]
1843New YorkReport from the county of Madison. : To abolitionists: Election day is past!--and now, in behalf of the friends of the slave in the county of Madison, and state of New-York, I declare to you, that we "have fought a good fight--have kept the faith." ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1843]
1843New YorkSlavery, as it relates to the Negro, or African race, examined in the light of circumstances, history and the Holy Scriptures; : with an account of the origin of the black man's color, causes of his state of servitude and traces of his character as well in ancient as in modern times: With strictures on abolitionism. Embellished with engravings.Priest, Josiah, 1788-1851.Albany [N.Y.]: : Printed by C. Van Benthuysen and Co., 1843.
1843New YorkLoyal National Repeal Associtiaon [i.e. Association]. : The following is a copy of the address, which was read by the Liberator, at the meeting on Wednesday: --The Committee to whom the address from the Cincinnati Irish Repeal Association, on the subject of Negro slavery in the United States of America, was referred, have agreed to the following report ....O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847.[Utica, N.Y. : Office of the Liberty press, 1843?]
1843New YorkLetters from New YorkChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.New-York : Charles S. Francis & Company, 252 Broadway ; Boston : James Munroe & Co., Washington-Street ; [N.Y.] : H. Ludwig, printer, 72, Vesey-Street, N.Y., 1843.
1843New YorkSpeeches of John C. Calhoun : Delivered in the Congress of the United States from 1811 to the present time.Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850.New-York : Harper & Brothers, 82 Cliff-Street, 1843.
1843New YorkThe great whig tract against the Liberty Party exposed-its wickedness and sophistry revealed.Stewart, Alvan, 1790-1849.Utica : Published by the N.Y. State Anti-Slavery Society; [1843?]
1843New YorkThe duties and dignities of American freemen.Jackson, James Caleb, 1811-1895.[Utica, N.Y. : New York State Anti-Slavery Society, 1843]
1843New YorkThe sixth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1843.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1843.
1843New YorkNarrative of the proceedings of the Monthly Meeting of New-York, : and their subsequent confirmation by the Quarterly and Yearly Meetings, in the case of Isaac T. Hopper..Hopper, Isaac T. (Isaac Tatem), 1771-1852.New-York: : printed for the author. : H. Ludwig, printer 72 Vesey-St. N.Y., MDCCCXLIII. [1843]
1843New YorkThe beauties of the Hon. Henry Clay : to which is added a biographical and critical essay.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.New York : Edward Walker, 114 Fulton Street : R. Craighead, printer, 112 Fulton Street, 1843.
1843New YorkProgress of the United States in population and wealth in fifty years, : as exhibited by the decennial census.Tucker, George, 1775-1861.New York: : Press of Hunt's Merchants' Magazine. ; Philadelphia: : Cary & Hart. ; Washington: : Frank Taylor. ; Boston: : Little & Brown., 1843.
1843New YorkThe elements of national greatness. : An address before the New England Society of the City of New York, December 22, 1842.Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890.New York: : John S. Taylor & Co., 145 Nassau St., 1843.
1843New YorkHistory of the conquest of Mexico, : with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican civilization, and the life of the conqueror, Hernando Cortés.Prescott, William Hickling, 1796-1859.New York: : Harper and Brothers, 82, Cliff Street., M DCCC XLIII [1843].
1843New YorkCudjos wild hunt : a parody on Lutzows wild huntWinnemore, A. F. (Anthony F.)New York : Published by C.G. Christman, 404 Pearl St., [1843].
1843New YorkIntermarriage: or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health and intellect, result from certain unions, and deformity, disease and insanity, from others; : demonstrated by delineations of the structure and forms, and descriptions of the functions and capacities, which each parent, in every pair, bestows on children,--in conformity with certain natural laws, and by an account of corresponding effects in the breeding of animals. With eight illustrative drawings.Walker, Alexander, 1779-1852.New York: : J. & H.G. Langley, 57 Chatham Street., MDCCCXLIII. [1843]
1843New YorkThe great obstruction to the conversion of souls at home and abroad : an address.Lafon, Thomas, 1801-1876.New York: : Published by the Union Missionary Society., 1843..
1843New YorkThe American anti-slavery almanac, for 1844. : Being the fourth after bissextile or leaf year; and until July 4th, the sixty-eighth of the independence of the United States.New-York: : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, 143 Nassau street; 25 Cornhill, Boston; and 31 North Fifth st., Philadelphia., [1843]
1843OhioThe integrity of our national union, vs. abolitionism: : an argument from the Bible, in proof of the position that believing masters ought to be honored and obeyed by their own servants, and tolerated in, not excommunicated from, the church of God: : being part of a speech delivered before the Synod of Cincinnati, on the subject of slavery, September 19th and 20th, 1843.Junkin, George, 1790-1868.Cincinnati: : Printed by R.P. Donogh, at no. 106, Main Street:, 1843..
1843OhioThe cleansing of the sanctuary: : a discourse, in which it is shown that the millennium may be expected to commence about A.D. 1850,Beatty, Alexander.Medina, Ohio: : [s.n.], 1843..
1843OhioA brief statement of the rise and progress of the testimony of the Religious Society of Friends, against slavery and the slave trade.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955)Cincinnati: : A. Pugh & Co., corner of Main & Fifth Streets., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Board of Education, of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : Presented, May, 1843.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of EducationPhiladelphia: : Published by the board., 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaLoyal National Repeal Association, Daniel O'Connell, and American slavery.Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society.[Philadelphia : Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, 1843]
1843PennsylvaniaOn the effects of secluded and gloomy imprisonment on individuals of the African variety of mankind in the production of diseaseCoates, Benjamin Hornor, 1797-1881.Philadelphia : John C. Clark, printer, 60 Dock Street, 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaFourteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1843..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph & William Kite., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaAn address to the members of the Society of Friends,Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaNinth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 12, 1843..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1842. [i.e. 1843]
1843PennsylvaniaCatalogue of skulls of man, and the inferior animals, in the collection of Samuel George Morton, M.D., Vice President of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia; Author of "Crania Americana," &c.Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.Philadelphia: : Printed by F. Turner, No. 74 North Sixth Street., 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaA brief statement of the rise and progress of the testimony of the Religious Society of Friends, against slavery and the slave trade.Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends (Orthodox : 1827-1955)Philadelphia: : printed by Joseph and William Kite, no. 50 North Fourth Street., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaThe social and intellectual state of the colony of Pennsylvania prior to the year 1743.Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts), 1803-1858.Philadelphia: : John C. Clark, printer, 60 Dock Street., 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaThe seventh annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association, by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 50 North Fourth Street, corner of Apple-tree Alley., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaThe social and intellectual state of the colony of Pennsylvania prior to the year 1743. : (Read before the American Philosophical Society, at one of the special meetings, held on the 29th day of May, 1843, in comemmoration of its hundredth anniversary.)Tyson, Job R. (Job Roberts), 1803-1858.Philadelphia: : John C. Clark, printer, 60 Dock Street., 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaComments on Lord Brougham's attack upon General Lewis CassAmericanus, pseud.Harrisburg, Pa. : Printed at the Argus Office, 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaJamaica: its past and present state.Phillippo, James M. (James Mursell), 1798-1879.Philadelphia: : James M. Campbell & Co., 98 Chestnut Street. ; [New York] : Saxton & Miles, 205 Broadway, New York., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaEssays on the principles of morality, : and on the private and political rights and obligations of mankind.Dymond, Jonathan, 1796-1828.[Philadelphia] : George W. Taylor, no. 50, North Fourth Street, up stairs, Philadelphia. ; Edinburgh: : printed by Ballantyne and Hughes, Paul's Work, Canongate., 1843..
1843PennsylvaniaCritical and miscellaneous essays:Stephen, James, Sir, 1789-1859.Philadelphia: : Carey and Hart., 1843.
1843PennsylvaniaWelch's Olympic Circus This evening, Thursday, April 6, 1843, : Master J. Glenroy will commence the performances with a superb equestrian act. ... After which, a series of grand historical tableaux of the first ages. ... Negro eccentricities!!! ... To conclude with the pantomime of Mother Bunch and the yellow dwarf; ...Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1843]
1843PennsylvaniaWelch's new Olympic Circus Chesnut Street near Ninth. Monday evening, January 2d, 1843, : the entertainment to commence with a grand horse pageant, ... Vaulting of the first class ... Great negro meeting ... Kriss Kringle's New Years' gift; ...Olympic Circus (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1843]
1843PennsylvaniaRapp's comic almanac 1844.[Philadelphia : W.D. Rapp, c1843]
1843PennsylvaniaThe Political ecomony of slavery.[Philadelphia : Anti-Slavery Office, No. 31 North 5th St., 1843?]
1843PennsylvaniaMadagascar and its martyrs. : A book for the young..Philadelphia: : Presbyterian Board of Publication, [1843?]
1843Rhode IslandMemoirs of Elleanor Eldridge..Green, Frances H. (Frances Harriet), 1805-1878.Providence: : printed by B.T. Albro., 1843..
1843South CarolinaAddress of Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett, to his constituents, the citizens of Beaufort, Colleton, Orangeburgh, and Barnwell Districts.Rhett, Robert Barnwell, 1800-1876.[South Carolina? : s.n., 1844?]
1843VermontThe claims of Africa : A discourse, delivered at Montpelier, at the annual meeting of the Vermont Colonization Society, October 19, 1843Mitchell, William, 1793-1867.Burlington [Vt.] : printed by Stilman Fletcher, 1843.
1844AlabamaTwo lectures, on the natural history of the Caucasian and Negro racesNott, Josiah Clark, 1804-1873.Mobile [Ala.] : Printed by Dade and Thompson, 1844.
1844AntiguaA review of the work lately published, entitled "Antigua and the Antiguans,"Heagan, R. S.Antigua: : Published at the "Herald" Office., 1844..
1844ConnecticutPolitics under the law of God. : A discourse, delivered in the North Congregational Church, Hartford; on the annual fast of 1844,Bushnell, Horace, 1802-1876.Hartford: : Edwin Hunt, No. 6 Asylum Street., 1844..
1844ConnecticutThe American Anti-Slavery Society at war with the church : A discourse, delivered before the First Congregational Church and Society, in Canterbury, Conn., June 30th, 1844Clarke, Walter, 1812-1871.Hartford : Press of Elihu Geer, 26 l/? State Street, 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Archer, of Virginia, delivered in the Senate of the United States, in secret session, May, 1844, on the treaty for the annexation of Texas.Archer, William Segar, 1789-1855.Washington : Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of R.M. Saunders, of North Carolina, against receiving, referring, or reporting on abolition petitions. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 19 & 23, 1844.Saunders, Romulus M. (Romulus Mitchell), 1791-1867.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Blair and Rives., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Severance, of Maine, on the right of petition. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 16, 1844.Severance, Luther, 1797-1855.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. and G.S. Gideon., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Boyd, of Kentucky on the tariff, : and in reply to the Hon. John White relative to the charge of bargain between Messrs. Adams and Clay in the Presidential election of 1824-25: delivered in the House of Representatives, April 30, 1844.Boyd, Linn, 1800-1859.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Tibbatts, of Kentucky, on the question of the reannexation of Texas; : together with his remarks on the tariff: delivered in the House of Representatives, May 7, 1844.Tibbatts, John Wooleston, 1802-1852.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office, 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. McCauslen, of Ohio, on the report of the Select Committee on Rules. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 1, 1844..McCauslen, William Cochran, 1796-1863.Washington: : Printed by Blair and Rives., 1844..
1844District of ColumbiaLetter of Mr. Walker, of Mississippi, relative to the reannexation of Texas: : in reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Kentucky, to communicate his views on that subject.Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. A. Johnson, of Tennessee, on the right of petition : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 31, 1844.Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875.Washington : printed at the Globe office, 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaAnnexation of Texas. : Speech of Mr. Owen, of Indiana, delivered in the House of Representatives, May 21, 1844, on the right and duty of the United States now to accept the offer made by Texas of annexation.Owen, Robert Dale, 1801-1877.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1844?]
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Winthrop, of Massachusetts, on the right of petition: : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, January 23d and 24th, 1844.Winthrop, Robert C. (Robert Charles), 1809-1894.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Gales and Seaton., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaLetter of Mr. Walker, of Mississippi, relative to the annexation of Texas: : in reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Kentucky, to communicate his views on that subject.Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaProceedings of the Senate and documents relative to Texas, from which the injunction of secrecy has been removed. : in Senate of the United States. Thursday, May 16, 1844.United States. Congress (28th, 1st session : 1843-1844). Senate[Washington : s.n., 1844.]
1844District of ColumbiaA letter of the Hon. Dixon H. Lewis, to his constituents of the Third Congressional District of Alabama..Lewis, Dixon Hall, 1802-1848.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaRemarks of Joseph A. Wright, of Indiana, on the right of petition. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1844.Wright, Joseph A. (Joseph Albert), 1810-1867.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaLetters of Messrs. Clay, Benton, and Barrow, on the subject of the annexation of Texas to the United States.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaMr. C.J. Ingersoll's view of the Texas question..Ingersoll, Charles Jared, 1782-1862.[Washington, D.C. : Blair & Rives, 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Stiles, of Georgia, on the right of petition.Stiles, William H. (William Henry), 1809-1865.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Stetson, of New York, touching the opinions of Mr. Van Buren on the right of suffrage, in reply to Mr. Caleb B. Smith:Stetson, Lemuel, 1804-1868.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Globe Office., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett, on the right of petition. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 11, 1844.Rhett, Robert Barnwell, 1800-1876.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1844]
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Charles Rogers, of New York, on the right of petition. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 23, 1844.Rogers, Charles, 1800-1874.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. and G.S. Gideon., 1844.
1844District of ColumbiaTexas annexation bill : Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in reply to Mr. McDuffie. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Saturday, June 15, 1844.Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858.[Washington] : Printed at Gideon's Office, Ninth Street, Washington, [1844].
1844District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Miller of New Jersey on the treaty for annexing Texas to the United States; : delivered in the Senate of the United States, (in secret session) on the 23d of May 1844.Miller, Jacob Welsh, 1800-1862.Washington : Printed by Gales and Seaton, 1844.
1844EnglandWestern Africa; : its condition, and Christianity the means of its recovery.East, D. J. (David Jonathan)London: : Houlston and Stoneman, Paternoster Row. : Luntley & Dick, printers, New Broad Street Court, London., M.DCCC.XLIV. [1844]
1844EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 27th May, 1844. Preceded by the addresses on presenting the medals awarded by the Council of the Society.Murchison, Roderick Impey, Sir, 1792-1871.London: : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1844..
1844EnglandTexas and the Gulf of Mexico; or Yachting in the New World:Houstoun, Mrs. (Matilda Charlotte), 1815?-1892.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., 1844..
1844EnglandMorrell's narrative of a voyage to the south and west coast of Africa: : containing the information from whence originated the present trade in Guano, found in certain islands on that coast.Morrell, Benjamin, 1795-1839.London: : Whittaker and Company. Grapel, Liverpool., 1844..
1844EnglandWild sports in Europe, Asia, and Africa. : Illustrated by drawings taken from nature.Napier, Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers, 1808-1870.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street., 1844..
1844EnglandNarrative of the voyages and services of the Nemesis, from 1840 to 1843 : and of the combined naval and military operations in China : comprising a complete account of the colony of Hong-Kong, and remarks on the character and habits of the ChineseBernard, W. D. (William Dallas)London : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street : Frederick Shoberl, Junior, printer ... 51, Rupert Street, Haymarket, London, 1844.
1844EnglandExcursion through the slave states, : from Washington on the Potomac to the frontier of Mexico; : with sketches of popular manners and geological notices.Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., 1844..
1844EnglandThe highlands of Æthiopia.Harris, William Cornwallis, Sir, 1807-1848.London: : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster-Row., 1844..
1844EnglandSecond annual report of the council of the Liverpool Anti-Monopoly Association for the year 1843 : read at the annual meeting of the members, held January 17, 1844; the treasurer's account, and a list of members.Liverpool Anti-Monopoly Association.Liverpool : Printed by Rockliff and Ellis, 1844.
1844EnglandA narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South AfricaBackhouse, James, 1794-1869.London : Hamilton, Adams, and Co. York : [Printed by] John L. Linney, 1844.
1844EnglandLectures on comparative anatomy, physiology, zoology, and the natural history of manLawrence, William, Sir, 1783-1867.London : John Taylor, [John Leighton, printer], 1844.
1844EnglandLetters from America.Godley, John Robert, 1814-1861.London : J. Murray, 1844.
1844EnglandTrial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun., on a charge of slave trading, : under the 5 Geo. IV, Cap. 113, on Friday the 27th, Saturday the 28th, and Monday the 30th of October, 1843, at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, London. A full report from the short-hand notes of W.B. Gurney, Esq. With an address to the merchants, manufacturers, and traders of Great Britain,Zulueta, Pedro de.London: : C. Wood & Co., Poppin's Court, Fleet Street., 1844.
1844EnglandSt. Lucia : historical, statistical, and descriptiveBreen, Henry H. (Henry Hegart), 1805-1882.London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster Row : printed by Geo. Peirce, 310, Strand, 1844.
1844EnglandTravels in southern Abyssinia, : through the country of Adal to the kingdom of Shoa.Johnston, Charles, 1810-1872.London: : J. Madden and Co., Leadenhall Street., MDCCCXLIV. [1844]
1844EnglandFifty days on board a slave-vessel in the Mozambique Channel, : in April and May, 1843.Hill, Pascoe Grenfell, 1804-1882.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., 1844..
1844EnglandThe effect of an alteration in the sugar duties : on the condition of the people of England and the Negro race considered.Laird, MacGregor, 1808-1861.London: : Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange., 1844..
1844EnglandColonists and manufacturers in the West IndiesDaubrée, Paul, fl. 1844.London : James Bain, 1844 [Tyler & Reed, printers].
1844EnglandThe life of Major-General Worge, : colonel of the 86th regiment of foot, and governor of Senegal, in Africa; : with an account of the settlements of Senegal and Goree.Duke, George, fl. 1844.London: : Parker, Furnivall, and Parker, Whitehall; ; [Lewes] : Geo. P. Bacon, Lewes, Sussex, 1844.
1844EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 26th May, 1845. Preceded by brief addresses on presenting the medals awarded by the Council of the Society.Murchison, Roderick Impey, Sir, 1792-1871.London: : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1845..
1844EnglandTravels in Kordofan; : embracing a description of that province of Egypt, and of some of the bordering countries, with a review of the present state of the commerce in those countries, of the habits and customs of the inhabitants, as also an account of the slave hunts taking place under the government of Mehemed Ali.Pallme, Ignatius.London: : J. Madden and Co., 8, Leadenhall Street., 1844..
1844EnglandAntigua and the Antiguans: : a full account of the colony and its inhabitants from the time of the Caribs to the present day, interspersed with anecdotes and legends. Also, an impartial view of slavery and the free labour systems; the statistics of the island, and biographical notices of the principal families ; In two volumes..London : Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street., 1844..
1844FranceExtraits des auteurs et voyageurs qui ont écrit sur la Guyane, : suivis du Catalogue bibliographique de la Guyane,Nouvion, Victor de, d. 1864.Paris. : Imprimerie de Béthune et Plon, rue de Vaugirard, 36., 1844.
1844FranceLiberté immédiate et absolue, ou esclavage : Observations sur le rapport de M. Le Duc De Broglie, président de la commission instituée par décision royale du 26 mai 1840, pour l'examen des questions relatives à l'esclavage et à la constitution politique des colonies franc?ais; adressées a tous les Franc?ais amis de la liberté et de l'humanitAlexander, Geo. W. (George William), 1802-1890.Paris : librairie de Firmin Didot frères, imprimeurs de l'institut, 1844.
1844FranceObservations sur un projet d'ordonnance relatif au pécule et au rachat des noirs dans les colonies françaises:Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.[Paris] : Imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits-champs, 33., [1844?]
1844FranceRapport fait a la chambre des pairsMérilhou, M. (Joseph), 1788-1856.Paris, : Typographie de Firmin Didot frères, rue Jacob, 56., 1844..
1844FranceHistorique de la traite et du droit de visite.Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-Petits-Champs, 33., 1844.
1844FranceDes pétitions de quelques ouvriers et ouvrières de Paris pour l'abolition immédiate de l'esclavage. : Véritable situation des noirs dans les colonies françaises,Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.Paris, : Imprimerie Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits champs, 33., 1844..
1844FranceObservations sur l'émancipation des noirs, : extraites d'un ouvrage de M. le contre-amiral Laplace, commandant la station navale des Antilles;Laplace, Cyrille Pierre Théodore, 1793-1875.Paris, : Imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits-champs, 33., 1844..
1844MarylandReport from the select committee, to whom was referred the subject of the removal of the free colored population from Charles County.Maryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Select Committee on the Removal of the Free Colored Population of Charles County.[Annapolis, Md.] : Read and ordered to be printed. By the House of Delegates, January 25, 1844.
1844MarylandLetters of the late Bishop England to the Hon. John Forsyth, on the subject of domestic slavery: : to which are prefixed copies, in Latin and English, of the Pope's apostolic letter, concerning the African slave trade, with some introductory remarks, etc..England, John, 1786-1842.Baltimore: : printed and published by John Murphy, 146 Market Street., 1844..
1844MarylandThe life and public services of the Hon. James Knox Polk, : with a compendium of his speeches on various public measures. Also, a sketch of the life of the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas..Hickman, George H.Baltimore: : Published by N. Hickman, no. 88 Baltimore Street., 1844..
1844MarylandThe life and public services of the Hon. James Knox Polk, : with a compendium of his speeches on various public measures. Also, a sketch of the life of the Hon. George Mifflin Dallas..Hickman, George H.Baltimore: : Published by N. Hickman, no. 88 Baltimore Street., 1844..
1844MassachusettsLetter from Francis Jackson.Jackson, Francis, 1789-1861.[Boston : Andrews, Prentiss & Studley, printers], [1844].
1844MassachusettsLedder breeches : a parody on Brother JonathanEmmett, Daniel Decatur, 1815-1904. cmpBoston : Keith's Music Publishing House 67 & 69. Court Street, c1844.
1844MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. : Presented at the thirty-fifth annual meeting, held in Worcester, Massachusetts, Sept. 10--13, 1844..American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston: : printed for the board, by T.R. Marvin., 1844..
1844MassachusettsThe Ashland text book : being a compendium of Mr. Clay's speeches, on various public measures, etc. etc.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.Boston : Redding & Co. ... [and 6 others] ; [Philadelphia] : King and Baird, printers, Philadelphia, 1844.
1844MassachusettsThe brotherhood of thieves; or, A true picture of the American church and clergy: : a letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket.Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen Symonds), 1809-1881.Boston: : Anti-Slavery office, 25 Cornhill., 1844..
1844MassachusettsThird annual report of the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Colonization Society. : Presented, May 29, 1844..Massachusetts Colonization Society.Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress St., 1844..
1844MassachusettsThe brotherhood of thieves; or, A true picture of the American church and clergy: : a letter to Nathaniel Barney, of Nantucket.Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen Symonds), 1809-1881.Boston: : Anti-Slavery office, 25 Cornhill., [1844?]
1844MassachusettsThe compact; or, What have our state politics to do with slavery?Liberty Party (U.S.)[Boston] : Published by J.W. Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston., [1844].
1844MassachusettsNineteenth annual report of the board of managers of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, May, 1844.Prison Discipline Society (Boston, Mass.)Boston : published at 63 Atkinson Street. Stereotyped at the Boston Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1844 [Printed by Samuel N. Dickinson].
1844MassachusettsTwelfth annual report, presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 24, 1844. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Oliver Johnson, Court Street., 1844..
1844MassachusettsNotes on Cuba, : containing an account of its discovery and early history; a description of the face of the country, its population, resources, and wealth; its institutions, and the manners and customs of its inhabitants. With directions to travellers visiting the island.Wurdemann, John G. (John George), 1810-1849.Boston : J. Munroe and Company, 1844.
1844MassachusettsColonization and missions. : A historical examination of the state of society in Western Africa, as formed by paganism and Muhammedanism, slavery, the slave trade and piracy, and of the remedial influence of colonization and missions.Tracy, Joseph, 1793?-1874.Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street., 1844.
1844MassachusettsLight and truth; : collected from the Bible and ancient and modern history, containing the universal history of the colored and the Indian race, from the creation of the world to the present time.Lewis, R. B. (Robert Benjamin)Boston: : Published by a committee of colored gentlemen. : Benjamin F. Roberts, printer., 1844..
1844MassachusettsMaps and illustrations of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. September, 1844.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.] [1844].
1844MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1844.Boston: : Charles Stimpson., 1844.
1844MassachusettsThe Ashland text book : being a compendium of Mr. Clay's speeches, on various public measures, etc. etc.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.Boston : Redding & Co. ; New York : Saxton & Miles ; Philadelphia : G.B. Zieber & Co. ; [Philadelphia] : King and Baird, printers, Philadelphia, 1844.
1844MassachusettsThree lectures delivered in the First Methodist Episcopal Church, in Lynn, Mass., December, 1843, on come-out-ism : as connected with non-resistance, transcendentalism, the old Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Antinomian perfectionism, etc. Shewing by numerous facts that it is infidelity, and defending the Bible, Sabbath, ministry, church, etc. against its aspersionsPorter, James, 1808-1888.Boston : Published by Reid & Rand, No. 3 Cornhill, 1844.
1844MassachusettsAmerican slavery, and the means of its removal. : A sermon, preached in the First Congregational Church, Braintree, April 4, 1844.Storrs, Richard S. (Richard Salter), 1787-1873.Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street., 1844.
1844MassachusettsThe Ashland text book : being a compendium of Mr. Clay's speeches, on various public measures, etc. etc.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.Boston : Redding & Co. ... [and 6 others] ; [Philadelphia] : King and Baird, printers, Philadelphia, 1844.
1844MassachusettsA letter on the Texas question.Everett, Alexander Hill, 1790-1847.[Springfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1844?]
1844MassachusettsThe eleventh Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair. : This annual effort for the sustentation of the anti-slavery cause will be made in Amory Hall, Boston, commencing on Tuesday, Dec. 24th, 1844. ...Massachusetts Anti-slavery Fair.[Boston : s.n., 1844]
1844MassachusettsAn address delivered in the court-house in Concord, Massachusetts, on 1st August, 1844, on the anniversary of the emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies.Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882.Boston: : James Munroe and Company., 1844..
1844MassachusettsLights and shadows of African history:Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860.Boston: : J.E. Hickman. 12 School Street., 1844.
1844MassachusettsDon't throw away your vote.[Boston] : Published by J.W. Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston., [1844].
1844MassachusettsAnti-slavery hymns, designed to aid the cause of human rights. : Containing original hymns written by Abby H. Price, and others of Hopedale Community, with a choice selection from other authors.[Hopedale, Mass.] : Community Press, Hopedale, Mass:, 1844.
1844MassachusettsPresent for good boys and girls..Greenfield, Mass. : A. Phelps, 1844..
1844MassachusettsCopy of a letter : adopted at a meeting held in Berry Street Vestry, April 11, 1844, to be offered for signature to the Unitarian clergy of the United States, and sent with the names of those who sign it, as follows: To the Unitarian ministers of Great Britain and Ireland, who signed an address to "their Ministerial Brethren of the Unitarian Churches in the United States of North America," dated Dec. 1, 1843.[Boston? : s.n., 1844?]
1844MassachusettsGet off the track! : a song for EmancipationBoston : Published by the author, c1844.
1844MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1844 ; [Oliver Johnson, printer].
1844MassachusettsThe Tyrant paupers; or, Where the money goes.[Boston] : Published by J.W. Alden, 7 Cornhill, Boston., [1844?]
1844MissouriLetter of Mr. Walker, of Mississippi, relative to the annexation of Texas: : in reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Ky., to communicate his views on that subject.Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.Saint Louis: : Missourian Office., 1844.
1844NetherlandsBijdragen tot de kennis der Nederlandsche en vreemde koloniën, bijzonder betrekkelijk de vrijlating der slaven.Utrecht : C. van der Post, 1844-1847.
1844New HampshireThe substance of an anti-slavery address : delivered on the annual fast of 1844, before the congregation of the M.E. Church of Nashua and NashvilleBarrows, Lorenzo D. (Lorenzo Dow), 1817-1878.Nashua [N.H.] : Printed by Murray & Kimball, 1844.
1844New YorkThoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States. : First published in the New-York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto.Sedgwick, Theodore, 1811-1859.New-York: : Printed by D. Fanshaw., 1844.
1844New YorkThoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States. : First published in the New-York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto.Sedgwick, Theodore, 1811-1859.New-York: : Printed by D. Fanshaw., 1844.
1844New YorkAn address of Friends of the Yearly Meeting of New-York, to the citizens of the United States, : especially to those of the Southern States, upon the subject of slavery..New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.New-York: : press of Mahlon Day & Co., 374 Pearl-Street. : James Egbert printer., 1844..
1844New YorkSpeech of Cassius M. Clay against the annexation of Texas to the United States of America, in reply to Col. R.M. Johnson and others : in a mass meeting of citizens of the Eighth Congressional District at the White Sulphur Springs, Scott County Kentucky, On Saturday, Dec. 30, 1843 : From the Lexington Observer and Reporter of Jan. 1844.Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.[New York] : Republished by Daniel Fanshaw, 148 Nassau-Street, New-York, 1844.
1844New YorkNotes on Northern Africa, the Sahara and Soudan, : in relation to the ethnography, languages, history, political and social condition, of the nations of those countries.Hodgson, William Brown, 1800-1871.New-York: : Wiley and Putnam. : William Osborn, printer, 88 William-street., 1844.
1844New YorkThe life and speeches of Henry Clay.Clay, Henry, 1777-1852.New-York : Greeley & McElrath, 1844.
1844New YorkA view of the action of the federal government, in behalf of slavery.Jay, William, 1789-1858.Utica: : Published by James C. Jackson., 1844..
1844New YorkThe adventures of Hercules Hardy; or, Guiana in 1772.Sue, Eugène, 1804-1857.New-York: : J. Winchester, New World Press, 30 Ann Street., [1844?]
1844New YorkThe history of Illinois : from its first discovery and settlement, to the present timeBrown, Henry, 1789-1849.New-York : J. Winchester, New World Press, XXX Ann Street, 1844.
1844New YorkLetter to the Hon. John C. Calhoun, on the annexation of Texas..Hammond, Jabez D. (Jabez Delano), 1778-1855.Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : printed by H. & E. Phinney,, 1844..
1844New YorkExcursion through the slave states, : from Washington on the Potomac to the frontier of Mexico; : with sketches of popular manners and geological notices.Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866.New-York: : published by Harper & Brothers, no. 82 Cliff-Street., 1844..
1844New YorkBelief without confession. : A sermon, preached at Whitesboro, N.Y.Green, Beriah, 1795-1874.Utica: : printed by R.W. Roberts, 58 Genesee Street., 1844..
1844New YorkAn appeal from David L. Childs, editor of the Anti-Slavery Standard, to the abolitionists.Childs, David L. (David Lee), 1794-1874.Albany : Albany Evening Journal, 1844.
1844New YorkThe condition of living.Jackson, James Caleb, 1811-1895.[Utica, N.Y. : New York State Anti-Slavery Society, 1844]
1844New YorkSpeech of Cassius M. Clay : delivered in a mass meeting of a portion of the citizens of the 8th Congressional District, on Saturday, the 30th of December, 1843, at the White Sulphur Springs, in Scott Co. Ky. in reply to Col. R. M. Johnson, and others.Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.[Utica, N.Y. : New York State Anti-Slavery Society, 1844?]
1844New YorkThe touchstone of truth, applied to modern abolition : or Seven lectures in answer to the question, "What do the scriptures teach on the subject of slaveryLounsbury, Thomas.Geneva, N.Y. : Scotten & Van Brunt, 1844.
1844New YorkSketches of the life and writings of James Gillespie Birney.Green, Beriah, 1795-1874.Utica, N.Y. : published by Jackson & Chaplin., 1844..
1844New YorkLetters of Cassius M. Clay.Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.[New York] : Greeley & McElrath, Tribune Buildings, [1844]
1844New YorkDeclaration of sentiments of the American Anti-Slavery Society : Adopted at the formation of said society, in Philadelphia, on the 4th day of December, 1833.American Anti-Slavery Society.[New-York : Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, New York. William S. Dorr, printer], [1844?].
1844New YorkFifty days on board a slave-vessel in the Mozambique channel. : In April and May, 1843.Hill, Pascoe Grenfell, 1804-1882.New-York: : J. Winchester, New World Press, 20 Ann Street., [1844?]
1844New YorkThe seventh annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1844.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1844.
1844New YorkLetter from Cassius M. Clay : Slavery-the evil-the remedy.Clay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.[New York? : s.n., 1844]
1844New YorkMiss Lucy Neale, or, The yaller gal : a celebrated Ethiopian melodySanford, James, 1814-1855. cmpNew York : Atwill publisher, 201 Broadway, c1844.
1844New YorkThe cabin book; : or, Sketches of life in Texas.Sealsfield, Charles, 1793-1864.New York: : J. Winchester, 30 Ann Street., 1844..
1844New YorkThe modern Babylon! Mysteries of London : a picture of life and things as they are in the British capitol.Reynolds, George W. M.New York : Holland & Glover's, 1844.
1844New YorkThoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States. : First published in the New York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto, (Theodore Sedgwick.) Together with the address of Albert Gallatin, LL.D. delivered at the Tabernacle meeting, held on the 24th of April, 1844.Sedgwick, Theodore, 1811-1859.New York: : Printed by S.W. Benedict & Co., no. 16 Spruce street., 1844.
1844New YorkReport of debates in the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, held in the city of New York, 1844.Methodist Episcopal Church. General Conference (1844 : New York, N.Y.)New York : Published by G. Lane & C.B. Tippett, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1844.
1844New YorkThoughts on the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States. : First published in the New York Evening Post, under the signature of Veto, (Theodore Sedgwick.) Together with the address of Albert Gallatin, LL.D. delivered at the Tabernacle meeting, held on the 24th of April, 1844.Sedgwick, Theodore, 1811-1859.New York: : Printed by S.W. Benedict & Co., no. 16 Spruce street., 1844.
1844New YorkLetter of the Honorable William Jay, to Hon. Theo. Frelinghuysen..Jay, William, 1789-1858.New York: : [s.n.], 1844..
1844New YorkLetters from New York. 2nd ed.Child, Lydia Maria Francis.New York : C.S. Francis and Company, 1844.
1844New YorkLetters from New YorkChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.New York : C.S. Francis and Company, 252 Broadway Street ; [Boston] : And Joseph H. Francis, 128 Washington Street, Boston : Printed by Munroe & Francis, Boston, 1844.
1844New YorkLife in the New World; or Sketches of American society.Sealsfield, Charles, 1793-1864.New York: : J. Winchester, New World Press, XXX Ann Street., [1844?]
1844New YorkThe liberty minstrelNew-York ; [Boston] : Leavitt & Alden ... ; [New York] : Saxton & Miles ... : Myron Finch ... ; [Albany, N.Y.] : Jackson & Chaplin ... ; [Utica, N.Y.] : Jackson & Chaplin ... ; [New York] : S.W. Benedict & Co., music stereotypers and printers ... , 1844.
1844New YorkThe Modern Babylon! : Mysteries of London: a picture of life and things as they are in the British capital..New-York. : Published and for sale, wholesale and retail, at Holland & Glover's depot for cheap publications. No. 102 Nassau Street, near Ann., 1844..
1844New YorkThe Anti-Texass [sic] legion : Protest of some free men, states and presses against the Texass [sic] rebellion, against the laws of nature and of nations.[Albany] : Sold at the Patriot Office, Albany, 1844.
1844OhioTo the Liberty Party in Ohio.Sullivant, Joseph, 1809-1882.[Columbus, Ohio : s.n., 1844]
1844PennsylvaniaThe head and the heart : or The relative importance of intellectual and moral education: a lecture delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, in Lowell, August, 1838Bartlett, Elisha, 1804-1855.Philadelphia : published and for sale at the Anti-Slavery Office, 1844 [Merrihew & Thompson, printers].
1844PennsylvaniaThe South in danger. : Read before you vote. : Address of the Democratic Association, Washington, D.C.Democratic Association (Washington, D.C.)[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1844.]
1844PennsylvaniaDeclaration of the Anti-Slavery convention : assembled at Philadelphia, December 4, 1833.American Anti-Slavery Society.[Philadelphia? : Philadelphia City A.S. Society], [1844-1845].
1844PennsylvaniaScenes and adventures in Africa, : collected from Moffat's missionary labours in Africa..Moffat, Robert, 1795-1883.Philadelphia: : Presbyterian Board of Publication. Paul T. Jones, publishing agent., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaTenth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 11, 1844..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1844.
1844PennsylvaniaMemoir of Mrs. Anne R. Page.Andrews, C. W. (Charles Wesley), 1807-1875.Philadelphia: : Herman Hooker, 178 Chestnut Street., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaLetter of Mr. Walker, of Mississippi, relative to the reannexation of Texas: : in reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Kentucky, to communicate his views on that subject.Walker, Robert J. (Robert John), 1801-1869.Philadelphia: : Printed by Mifflin and Parry, at the office of the Pennsylvanian, No. 99 South Second Street., 1844.
1844PennsylvaniaTable of all the missionary stations of the Church of the United Brethren, for the year 1844.Reichel, Edward H., 1820-1877.[Philadelphia] : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, No 7 Carter's Alley, Philadelphia., [1844]
1844PennsylvaniaThe sixteenth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. E.G. Dorsey, printer, Library Street., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaInsanity among the coloured population of the free statesJarvis, Edward, 1803-1884.Philadelphia : T.K. & P.G. Collins, printers, 1844.
1844PennsylvaniaFifteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1844..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph & William Kite., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaGreat attraction! The best bill of the season! Grand concert! : To be given at the Chinese Saloon! On Tuesday ev'ng, Feb. 13, 1844,North Ward Literary Association (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : United States Job Printing Office, Ledger Bulding, Philadelphia., [1844]
1844PennsylvaniaFirst grand concert of the original Congo melodists, from Boston; at Masonic Hall for a few nights only ... Monday evening, June 17, 1844 ...Masonic Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia] : C. Alexander, Printer, Philad., [1844].
1844PennsylvaniaGuarica, the charib bride. A legend of Hispaniola.Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858.Philadelphia, A.J. Rockafellar, 1844.
1844PennsylvaniaNarrative of a visit to the West Indies, in 1840 and 1841.Truman, George.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers. No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1844.
1844PennsylvaniaDeclaration of sentiment of the American Anti-Slavery Society.American Anti-Slavery Society.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1844-1845].
1844PennsylvaniaFifteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Read in the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1844..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph & William Kite., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaTo the free and independent voters of the city and county of Philadelphia. : Fellow citizens: The Committee of Fifty of the Liberty Party present to you the enclosed ticket for your consideration at the coming election ...Liberty Party (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia : The Committee, 1844]
1844PennsylvaniaDandy Jim, from Caroline : a celebrated Ethiopian songMyers, J. R. (J. Richard), 1809-1874. cmpPhiladelphia : A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut Str. ; New York : Wm. Dubois, c1844.
1844PennsylvaniaGuarica, the Charib bride. : A legend of Hispaniola.Herbert, Henry William, 1807-1858.Philadelphia: : A.J. Rockafellar, 98 Chesnut Street., 1844..
1844PennsylvaniaOnly 12 1/2 cents at the Museum Lecture Room! : Entrance on George St. The triumphant and unequalled Virginia Serenaders! Cool White! Jim Sanford! Ole Bull Evans! Chas. White! Master James! who challenge all the "milk-and-water" bands in the city to begin to equal them, will give four concerts, in honor of the day. One commencing at 10, A.M.--one at 1,--one at 4, and one at 8 o'clock, P.M., precisely. Performances will be varied each time. ... Doors open half an hour prior to each performance.Virginia Serenaders.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : United States Job Printing Office, Ledger Building, Philadelphia., [1844]
1844PennsylvaniaFirst grand concert of the original Congo Melodists, from Boston; at Masonic Hall for a few nights only. : The company is composed of five skilful musicians, ... Their songs are sung in harmony, in the style of the Hutchinson Family, with five voices, ... Monday evening, June 17, 1844. ... Cards of admission 25 cents, children half-price. The entertainments will be such that the most fastidious will not have the least cause to complain. Doors open at half-past seven o'clock. Concert to commence at eight.Masonic Hall (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, Philad., [1844]
1844PennsylvaniaGrand concert at the Masonic Hall, Chesnut Street. : The original Virginia Serenaders, Messrs. R. Edwards, D. Kelly, Mast. Charles, Cool White, and Ole Bull Myers, leader. Having met with such liberal encouragement during the past week, they have been induced to remain for two nights longer, August 28th, and 29th. At the earnest solicitation of a number of the most respectable families in the city. To ladies and families, we assure that the whole performance is void of any objectionable feature, either in word, look, or action, that could offend the most fastidious. Wednesday evening, August 28. ... Admission 25 cts. Children half-price. Front seats reserved for the ladies. Doors open at half-past seven. Concert to commence at 8 o'clock.Virginia Serenaders.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia, [1844]
1844PennsylvaniaThe bargain and sale of the presidency in 1825 : By Clay and Adams.[Philadelphia] : [Printed at the office of the American Sentinel, Philadelphia], [1844?].
1844PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia riots. : De Philadelphia riots; or, I guess it wan't de niggas dis time..[Philadelphia] : Published by J. Torr, 29 South Third Street, Philadelphia., [ca. 1844]
1844PennsylvaniaThe re-annexation of Texas: its influence on the duration of slavery..Philadelphia: : Printed at the Office of "The Pennsylvanian," no. 99 south Second street, above Walnut street., [1844].
1844PennsylvaniaMusic of the Ethiopian Serenaders : nine songs and a set of cotillions.Philadelphia : E. Ferrett & Co., 68 South Fourth Street ; New York : E. Ferrett & Co., 237 Broadway, [1844?].
1844ScotlandThe United States of America; : their history from the earliest period; their industry, commerce, banking transactions, and national works; their institutions and character, political, social, and literary; with a survey of the territory, and remarks on the prospects and plans of emigrants.Murray, Hugh, 1779-1846.Edinburgh: : Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale Court; [London] : and Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., London., 1844.
1844South CarolinaHon. J.C. Calhoun's letter to the Hon. W.R. King.Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850.[Charleston] : Printed by Walker & Burke, 3 Broad-Street, Charleston, [1844].
1844South CarolinaSermons preached on plantations to congregations of Negroes.Glennie, Alexander.Charleston: : published and sold by A.E. Miller, no. 4 Broad-Street,, 1844..
1844South CarolinaLetter of His Excellency Governor Hammond, to the Free Church of Glasgow, on the subject of slavery..Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864.Columbia [S.C.]: : A.H. Pemberton., 1844..
1845ConnecticutAmerican liberty almanac, for 1846 : Calculated for the horizon and meridian of Boston, New York, Baltimore, and Charleston: and for use in every part of the country.Hartford [Conn.] : W.H. Burleigh, [1845]
1845District of ColumbiaErrors in sixth census : Letter from the secretary of state, relative to alleged errors of the sixth census : February 12, 1845 : Read, and referred to the select committee on that subject.United States. Dept. of State[Washington, D.C.] : Blair & Rives, print., [1845].
1845District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Charles Hudson, of Mass. on the annexation of Texas. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, U.S., Jan. 20, 1845..Hudson, Charles, 1795-1881.[Washington, D.C.] : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers., [1845]
1845District of ColumbiaAlabama vs. amendment of Constitution. : Resolutions of the legislature of Alabama relative to the proposed amendment of the Constitution of the United States, by Massachusetts, &c., &c.Alabama. General Assembly.[Washington, D.C.] : Blair & Rives, print., [1845]
1845EnglandHistorical notices of the missions of the Church of England in the North American colonies, : previous to the independence of the United States: chiefly from the ms. documents of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts.Hawkins, Ernest, 1802-1868.London: : B. Fellowes, Ludgate Street., 1845..
1845EnglandGuide to the West Indies, Madeira, Mexico, northern South-America, &c., &c., : compiled from documents specially furnished by the agents of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, the Board of Trade, and other authentic sources. With charts and other illustrations.Osborne, John.London: : sold at the company's office, Moorgate Street, on board the ships, and may be had through the agents abroad, and of all booksellers., 1845..
1845EnglandJournal of an African cruiser : comprising sketches of the Canaries, the Cape de Verds, Liberia, Madeira, Sierra Leone, and other places of interest on the west coast of AfricaBridge, Horatio, 1806-1893.New-York & London : Wiley and Putnam, 1845.
1845EnglandSixteen years in the West IndiesCapadose, Henry.London : T.C. Newby 72, Mortimer St., Cavendish Sq., 1845.
1845EnglandThe tiara and the turban, or Impressions, and observations on character, within the dominions of the Pope and the sultan.Hill, S. S., 19th cent.London: : Madden and Malcolm, 8, Leadenhall Street,, MDCCCXLV. [1845]
1845EnglandVisit to the Portuguese possessions in south-western Africa.Tams, Georg.London: : Published by T.C. Newby, 72, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square., [1845]
1845EnglandAmerican facts. : Notes and statistics relative to the government, resources, engagements, manufactures, commerce, religion, education, literature, fine arts, manners and customs of the United States of America.Putnam, George Palmer, 1814-1872.London: : Wiley and Putnam, 6 Waterloo Place, and 161, Broadway, New York., 1845.
1845EnglandThe natural history of man; : comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies on the different tribes of the human family.Prichard, James Cowles, 1786-1848.London: : Hippolyte Baillière, publisher, 219 Regent Street; foreign bookseller to the Royal College of Surgeons, and to the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society. : Paris: : J. B. Bailliere, libraire de l'Academie Royale de Medecine. : Leipsic: : T. O. Weigel., 1845..
1845EnglandThe history of the Church of England, in the colonies and foreign dependencies of the British EmpireAnderson, James S. M. (James Stuart Murray), 1800-1869.London : Francis & John Rivington; and Robert Folthrop & Co. Brighton, 1845-1856 [Gilbert and Rivington, Printers]
1845EnglandThe sugar question..Jameson, D. D.London: : Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill., 1845..
1845EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 23rd May, 1853. Preceded by observations on presenting the royal medals of the year.Murchison, Roderick Impey, Sir, 1792-1871.London: : Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1853..
1845EnglandThe mission: or, Scenes in Africa. : Written for young people.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.London: : Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1845..
1845EnglandReview of the Rev. Thomas B. Freeman's journal of visits to Ashanti, &c. : with remarks on the present situation of Africa, and its spiritual prospectsClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : James Nisbet, and Co.; and John Mason, 1845 [Printed by James Nichols].
1845England[Ethnographical maps to accompany The naural history of man.][London: : H. Bailliere, 1845.]
1845EnglandAmerica and her slave-system.London : Published by Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1845 [Nottingham : Printed by T. Kirk]
1845FranceAbolition de l'esclavage, : civilisation du centre de l'Afrique. : Projet pour y parvenir.Duvivier, général (Franciades-Fleurus), 1794-1848.Paris : librairie militaire de J. Dumaine ... : Imprimerie de Cosse et J. Dumaine, rue Christine, 2., mai 1845..
1845FranceLes colonies françaises devant la Chambre des pairs. : Analyse de la discussion générale du Projet de loi sur le régime colonial,Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.Paris, : Imprimerie de Guiraudet et Jouaust, rue Saint-Honoré, 315., 1845.
1845FranceEssai historique sur les races anciennes et modernes de l'Afrique septentrionale, : leurs origines, leurs mouvements et leurs transformations, depuis l'antiquité la plus reculée jusqu'a nos jours,Duprat, Pascal, 1815-1885.Paris. : Jules Labitte, libraire-éditeur, quai Voltaire, 3. : Imprimerie Dondey-Dupré, rue Saint-Louis, 46, au Marais., 1845.
1845FranceQuestion des sucres en Angleterre. : Du travail libre et du travail esclave.Jollivet, Ad. (Adolphe), 1799-1848.A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits-champs, 33., Mars 1845..
1845FranceLettre de M. Huc, membre du Conseil colonial de la Martinique, a M. le duc de Broglie, président de la Commission des affaires coloniales, sur l'indemnité..Huc, M.Paris, : Imprimerie Bruneau, rue Croix-des-Petits Champs, 33., 1845..
1845FranceLa supresion del tráfico de esclavos africanos en la isla de Cuba : examinada con relación a su agricultura y a su seguridadSaco, José Antonio, 1797-1879.Paris : Imprenta de Panckoucke calle des Poitevins, 14, 1845.
1845FranceDocuments américains. : Troisième série. Les États-Unis d'Amérique et l'Angleterre. Annexion du Texas. L'Orégon.A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits-champs, 33., Avril, 1845..
1845FranceAnnexion du Texas. : Nouveaux documents américains.A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petites-champs, 33., Février 1845..
1845FranceDocuments américains, : annexion du Texas, émancipation des noirs, politique de l'Angleterre,A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Bruneau, rue Croix-des-petits-champs, 33., 1845..
1845GermanyDie vereinigten Staaten von NordamerikaRaumer, Friedrich von, 1781-1873.Leipzig: : F.A. Brockhaus., 1845.
1845IrelandMissions in western Africa, : among the Soosoos, Bulloms, &c. Being the first undertaken by the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. With an introduction, containing: I. A Sketch of western Africa; with a description of the principal tribes inhabiting that coast. II. A Brief history of the slave trade, to the present day. III. Some account of the early African churches. IV. A Condensed survey of all the missionary exertions of modern times, in favor of Africa.Walker, Samuel Abraham, d. 1879.Dublin : William Curry, Jun. and Company. Longmans, Brown, and Co. London., 1845.
1845KentuckyTo the freemen of the County of Fayette.Wickliffe, Robert, 1775-1859.Lexington [Ky.]: : Kentucky Gazette Print., 1845.
1845KentuckyMr. Todd's reply to Mr. Wickliffe.Todd, Robert S., 1792-1849.Lexington, Ky. : Observer and Reporter Print., 1845.
1845LouisianaAgricultural productions of Louisiana : embracing valuable information relative to the cotton, sugar and molasses interests, and the effects upon the same of the tariff of 1842Forstall, Edmund J.[New Orleans] : Tropic Print, 1845.
1845LouisianaNorman's New Orleans and environs: : containing a brief historical sketch of the territory and state of Louisiana, and the city of New Orleans, from the earliest period to the present time: presenting a complete guide to all subjects of general interest in the southern metropolis; with a correct and improved plan of the city, pictorial illistrations of public buildings, etc..Norman, Benjamin Moore, 1809-1860.New Orleans: : B. M. Norman. New York, D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia, Geo. S. Appleton; Boston, Jas. Munroe & Co.; Cincinnati, H. W. Derby & Co.; St. Louis, Halsall & Collet; Mobile, J. M. Sumwalt & Co., c1845..
1845MarylandThe memorial of the just. : A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of Sarah Johnson, who died September 4, 1845, at the advanced age of nearly one hundred and four years.M'Jilton, J. N. (John Nelson), 1805-1875.Baltimore: : Published by D. Brunner, printed at the Publication Rooms, no. 7, South Liberty Street., 1845..
1845MarylandSlavery in Maryland briefly consideredCarey, John L.Baltimore : Printed and published by John Murphy, 1845.
1845MassachusettsMaps and illustrations of the missions of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. September, 1845.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.] [1845].
1845MassachusettsProceedings of the Great Convention of the Friends of Freedom in the Eastern and Middle States, held in Boston, Oct. 1, 2, & 3, 1845.Friends of Freedom.Lowell [Mass.] : Pillsbury and Knapp, printers, 1845.
1845MassachusettsReport of the Committee on Anti-Slavery Memorials, September 1845 : With a historical statement of previous proceedings.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Committee on Anti-Slavery MemorialsBoston : Press of T.R. Marvin, 1845.
1845MassachusettsThe true grandeur of nations: : an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845,Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston: : 1845. William D. Ticknor and Company. Eastburn's Press., [1845]
1845MassachusettsThe true grandeur of nations: : an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845,Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston: : 1845. J.H. Eastburn, city printer., [1845]
1845MassachusettsPoem, suggested by A.F. Baird's picture of a slave mart.Sanford, S.[Boston : s.n., 1845?]
1845MassachusettsThe unconstitutionality of slavery.Spooner, Lysander, 1808-1887.Boston: : Published by Bela Marsh, no. 25 Cornhill., 1845.
1845MassachusettsCome-Outerism. : The duty of secession from a corrupt church.Goodell, William, 1792-1878.Boston: : published at no. 25, Cornhill., 1845..
1845MassachusettsTrial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker, : at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to escape from bondage. With an appendix, containing a sketch of his life.Walker, Jonathan, 1799-1878.Boston: : Published at the Anti-Slavery Office, 25 Cornhill., 1845.
1845MassachusettsNarrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave.Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895.Boston: : published at the Anti-Slavery office, no. 25 Cornhill., 1845.
1845MassachusettsLetters upon the annexation of Texas, addressed to Hon. John Quincy Adams, : as originally published in the Boston atlas under the signature of Lisle..Ellis, George Edward, 1814-1894.Boston: : White, Lewis & Potter, printers., 1845..
1845MassachusettsSenate ..... No. 31. Commonwealth of Massachusetts : In Senate, Feb. 3, 1845. The joint special committee ... a letter from the Honorable Samuel Hoar ... report the accompanying resolve and declaration appended to it. By order, C.F. Adams.Massachusetts. General Court. Joint Special Committee on the Treatment of Samuel Hoar.[Boston : s.n., 1845]
1845MassachusettsColonization and missions. : A historical examination of the state of society in Western Africa, as formed by paganism and Muhammedanism, slavery, the slave trade and piracy, and of the remedial influence of colonization and missions.Tracy, Joseph, 1793?-1874.Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street., 1845.
1845MassachusettsStimpson's Boston directory; : containing the names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling houses, and the city register, with lists of the streets, lanes and wharves, the city officers, public offices and banks, and other useful information.Stimpson's Boston directory. 1845.Boston: : Charles Stimpson., 1845.
1845MassachusettsThe fugitive's song,White, J. M., cmpBoston : Published by Henry Prentiss 33 Court St., c1845.
1845MassachusettsThirteenth annual report presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 22, 1845. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Andrews, Prentiss & Studley, No. 11 Devonshire Street., 1845..
1845MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1845 ; [Andrews, Prentiss and Studley].
1845MassachusettsThe light and the truth of slavery. Aaron's history.[Worcester] : [Printed at Worcester, Mass., for Aaron], [ca. 1845]
1845MassachusettsAmerican slavery. : A protest against American slavery,Boston: : B.H. Greene., 1845.
1845MassachusettsDe darkie's comic all-me-nig 1846.Boston : Published by James Fisher, [1845]
1845MassachusettsProceedings of a convention of delegates, chosen by the people of Massachusetts, without distinction of party, and assembled at Faneuil Hall, in the city of Boston, on Wednesday, the 29th day of January, A.D. 1845, to take into consideration the proposed annexation of Texas to the United States.Boston: : Eastburn's Press., 1845..
1845MassachusettsA Refutation of the charge of abolitionism, : brought by David Henshaw, and his partizans, against the Hon. Marcus Morton.[Boston] : Felch's Press, 4 Water Street, Boston., 1845.
1845MassachusettsCaroline Hargrave, the merchant's daughter: : being the first series of The mysteries of Salem! or Modern witchcraft..Salem: : Published by Varney, Parsons & Co. and for sale at all the periodical depots., 1845..
1845MichiganThe wolf detected, or Political abolition exposed.Quaw, James E.Detroit [Mich.]: : Geiger & Christian, printers., 1845.
1845New YorkSlavery and the episcopacy: : being an examination of Dr. Bascom's review of the reply of the majority to the protest of the minority of the late General Conference of the M.E. Church, in the case of Bishop Andrew.Peck, George, 1797-1876.New-York: : published by G. Lane & C.B. Tippett, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 200 Mulberry-Street. James Collord, printer., 1845..
1845New YorkTo those ministers in the county of Madison, who refuse to preach politics:Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1845]
1845New YorkThe midwife's guide : being the complete works of Aristotle. Beautifully illustrated. To which is added an appendix, explanatory of the illustration never before published..Aristotle, pseud.New-York: : Published for the trade., 1845..
1845New YorkBrief history of the condition of women : in various ages and nationsChild, Lydia Maria Francis, 1802-1880.New-York : C.S. Francis & Co. ; Boston : J.H. Francis, 1845, c1835 [Boston : Stereotyped by Shepard, Oliver and Co.].
1845New YorkThe address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention held at Cincinnati, June 11 & 12, 1845, to the people of the United StatesSouthern and Western Liberty Convention (1845 : Cincinnati, Ohio)[New York? : s.n.], [1845].
1845New YorkThe eighth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1845.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1845.
1845New YorkHistory of the law of nations in Europe and America; : from the earliest times to the treaty of Washington, 1842.Wheaton, Henry, 1785-1848.New York: : Published by Gould, Banks & Co. law booksellers, No. 144 Nassau Street; Wm. & A. Gould & Co. Albany; and Andrew Milliken, Dublin, Ireland., 1845.
1845New YorkA legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey, at the May term, 1845, at Trenton, for the deliverance of four thousand persons from bondage.Stewart, Alvan, 1790-1849.New York: : Finch & Weed, 118 Nassau Street., 1845.
1845New YorkCan abolitionists vote or take office under the United States Constitution?.Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.New York: : American Anti-Slavery Society, 142 Nassau Street., 1845..
1845New YorkDomestic slavery considered as a scriptural institution: : in a correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller of Beaufort, S.C., and the Rev. Francis Wayland, of Providence, R.I. ; Revised and corrected by the authors..Fuller, Richard, 1804-1876.New York: : Published by Lewis Colby, 122 Nassau-Street. ; Boston: : Gould, Kendall and Lincoln., 1845..
1845New YorkThe liberty minstrelNew York ; [Boston] : Leavitt & Alden ... ; [New York] : Saxton & Miles ... : Myron Fintch ... ; [Albany] : Jackson & Chaplin ... ; [Utica, N.Y.] : Jackson & Chaplin ... ; [New York] : S.W. Benedict & Co., music stereotypers and printers ... , 1845.
1845New YorkMemoir of John Kapitein, a converted African chief, who was killed by a lion.[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New York, [ca. 1845?].
1845New YorkThe Anti-Texass [sic] legion : Protest of some free men, states and presses against the Texass [sic] rebellion, against the laws of nature and of nations.[Albany] : Sold at the Patriot Office, Albany, 1845.
1845OhioPrinciples and measures of true Democracy. : The address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention, held at Cincinnati, June 11, 1845, to the people of the United States; also, the letter of Elihu Burritt to the convention.Southern and Western Liberty Convention (1845 : Cincinnati, Ohio)Cincinnati [Ohio]: : Printed at the Gazette Office., 1845.
1845OhioThe brotherhood of thieves, or A true picture of the American church and clergy;Foster, Stephen S. (Stephen Symonds), 1809-1881.Cincinnati: : published by an association., 1845..
1845OhioThe address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention, to the people of the United States : the proceedings and resolutions of the convention : the letters of Elihu Burritt, Wm. H. Seward, William Jay, Cassius M. Clay, William Goodell, Thomas Earle and others.Southern and Western Liberty Convention (1845 : Cincinnati, Ohio)Cincinnati : printed at the Gazette office, 1845.
1845PennsylvaniaSketches of residence and travels in Brazil, : embracing historical and geographical notices of the empire and its several provinces.Kidder, Daniel P. (Daniel Parish), 1815-1891.Philadelphia: : Sorin & Ball. ; London: : Wiley & Putnam., 1845..
1845PennsylvaniaEssays, philanthropic and moralChandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.Philadelphia : Published by T.E. Chapman ; New York : Baker, Crane & Day, 1845.
1845PennsylvaniaExtracts from the American slave code.Davis, Edward M., 1811-1887.[Philadelphia] : Published by the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society, [1845].
1845PennsylvaniaEleventh annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 9, 1845..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1845.
1845PennsylvaniaThe address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention held at Cincinnati, June 11 & 12, 1845, to the people of the United StatesSouthern and Western Liberty Convention (1845 : Cincinnati, Ohio)[Philadelphia? : s.n.], [1845].
1845PennsylvaniaAn inquiry into the causes and origin of slavery in the United States, no. 4.American citizen.Philadelphia: : William S. Young, printer.--173 Race Street., 1845..
1845PennsylvaniaA treatise on the episcopacy of the African M.E. Church: : duty of parents and churches to baptised children : an examination of the mother church.Green, A. R. (Augustus R.)Pittsburgh. : Printed by N.M. Poindexter, Market St., 1845..
1845PennsylvaniaSixteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Transmitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1845..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Ed. Barrington and Geo. D. Haswell., 1845..
1845PennsylvaniaThe poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler : with a memoir of her life and characterChandler, Elizabeth Margaret, 1807-1834.Philadelphia : Published by T.E. Chapman ; New York : Baker, Crane & Day, 1845.
1845PennsylvaniaThe Branded hand.Davis, Edward M., 1811-1887.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1845].
1845PennsylvaniaStories for Helen.Leslie, Eliza, 1787-1858.Philadelphia: : Henry F. Anners. Chesnut Street., [1845?]
1845PennsylvaniaExtracts from the American slave code.Davis, Edward M., 1811-1887.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1845].
1845PennsylvaniaPoetical works of James Montgomery.Montgomery, James, 1771-1854.Philadelphia: : Sorin & Ball, 42 North Fourth St. stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co., MDCCCXLV [1845]..
1845PennsylvaniaExtracts from the American slave code.Davis, Edward M., 1811-1887.[Philadelphia, s.n., 1845].
1845PennsylvaniaTexas and the Gulf of Mexico; or, Yachting in the New World.Houstoun, Mrs. (Matilda Charlotte), 1815?-1892.Philadelphia: : G.B. Zieber & Co., 1845..
1845PennsylvaniaTriumphant success at the Union Buildings, : N.E. corner of Eighth and Chesnut Sts., in the hall of the Pennsylvania Institute. Immense attraction! For Monday, January 6th, and Tuesday, January 7th. Mr. F.S. Myers, (late of the Philadelphia theatres, concerts, &c.,) has leased the above splendid saloon, and will commence a series of novelty on the above dates, and continues during the season. In conjunction with the astonishing performances and illusions of Professor Schweighoffer! who has been pronounced by the citizens of Philadelphia, the prince of magicians! and whose performances have been beheld with awe and wonder, he has, at an immense expense, engaged the celebrated Ethiopian Serenaders! ... John Diamond! ... Mr. Robt. Edwards! ... Ole Bull Myers! ... E. Horn! ... Master Proctor! ... In the course of the evening, a grand match dance, between J. Diamond & Mr. Edwards. Doors open at half past 6. Curtain rises at quarter past 7. Admission, parquette 25 cts. Front seats reserved for ladies. Recess, or back seats, 12 1/2 cents. Strict decorum can be relied on, and every attention paid to the comfort of visiters.Union Buildings (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia, Pa.] : United States Job Printing Office, Ledger Building, Philadelphia., [1845]
1845PennsylvaniaThe National Theatre! and Circus. : First tier of boxes 25 cents. Second tier of boxes 12 1-2 cents. Colored boxes 25 cents. Colored gallery 12 1-2 cents. Private boxes, single seats 50 cents. The terms of securing a whole box, made known at the office. Saturday afternoon, Dec's 20th, 1845, the entertainments will commence with a grand cavalcade, entitled America's pride ... To conclude with the comic ballet of Love in the Highlands! ... Equestrian director J.J. Nathans. Ring master H.F. Nicholls. Principal clown John May. Mezzo clown John Wells.National Circus.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1845]
1845PortugalExposição das circumstancias que acompanharam a vinda a Portugal de Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de Carpo e sua prisão e processo em Lisboa..Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa : Typographia de Manoel de J. Coelho rua do Poço dos Negros no. 54., 1845..
1845Rhode IslandLiberty chimes.Providence : Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society, 1845 [Pawtucket : R.W. Potter, printer].
1845South CarolinaTwo letters on slavery in the United States, : addressed to Thomas Clarkson, Esq.Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864.Columbia [S.C.]: : Allen, McCarter, & Co. : The South-Carolinian Press., 1845..
1845South CarolinaRemarks on certain topics connected with the general subject of slaveryDickson, Samuel Henry, 1798-1872.Charleston : Observer Office Press, 1845.
1845South CarolinaLetters on the Epistle of Paul to Philemon, or The connection of apostolical Christianity with slavery.Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin, 1790-1870.Charleston, S.C. : Printed by B. Jenkins, 100 Hayne-Street., 1845.
1845South CarolinaProceedings of the meeting in Charleston, S.C., May 13-15, 1845, on the religious instruction of the Negroes : together with the report of the committee, and the address to the public : Published by order of the meeting.Meeting on Religious Instruction of Negroes (1845 : Charleston, S.C.)Charleston, S.C. : printed by B. Jenkins, 100 Hayne-Street, 1845.
1845South CarolinaHistorical collections of Virginia; : containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, &c. relating to its history and antiquities, together with geographical and statistical descriptions. : To which is appended, an historical and descriptive sketch of the District of Columbia. : Illustrated by over 100 engravings, giving views of the principal towns,--seats of eminent men,--public buildings,--relics of antiquity,--historic localities, natural scenery, etc., etc.Howe, Henry, 1816-1893.Charleston, S.C. : Published by Babcock & Co., 1845..
1845South CarolinaSlavery in the South: : a review of Hammond's and Fuller's letters, and Chancellor Harper's memoir on that subject,Grayson, William J. (William John), 1788-1863.Charleston-- : Walker & Burke, printers, 3 Broad-St., [1845]
1845TennesseeThe writings of William A. Booth, M.D. : during the controversy upon slavery, which ended in the division of the Methodist Episcopal Church.Booth, William A.Sommerville [i.e. Somerville, Tenn.] : printed by Reeves and Yancey, 1845.
1845VermontKentucky jurisprudence. : A history of the trial of Miss Delia A. Webster. At Lexington, Kentucky, Dec'r 17-21, 1844, before the Hon. Richard Buckner. On a charge of aiding slaves to escape from that commonwealth--with miscellaneous remarks, including her views on American slavery.Webster, Delia Ann.Vergennes [Vt.]: : E.W. Blaisdell, printer., 1845.
1845VirginiaA sketch of the progress of archaeological science in America.Minor, Benjamin B. (Benjamin Blake), 1818-1905.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1845]
1846AlabamaA defence of Negro slavery, as it exists in the United States.Estes, Matthew.Montgomery [Ala.]: : press of the "Alabama Journal.", 1846..
1846ConnecticutThe American Board and slaveholding.Patton, William W. (William Weston), 1821-1889.Hartford: : William H. Burleigh.....printer., 1846..
1846ConnecticutFreedom's martyr. : A discourse on the death of the Rev. Charles T. Torrey.Patton, William W. (William Weston), 1821-1889.Hartford: : William H. Burleigh,--printer., 1846..
1846DelawareExtracts from an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Wilmington, Del.: : Evans and Vernon, printers, corner of Third and Market Streets., 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. C. Ashley, of Arkansas, on the Oregon question : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Friday, April 3, 1846.Ashley, C. (Chester), 1790-1848.Washington : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives, 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Atkinson, of Virginia, on the Oregon question : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1846.Atkinson, Archibald, 1792-1872.Washington : Printed at the Union Office, 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. D.R. Atchison, of Missouri, on the Oregon question : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 12, 1846.Atchison, David Rice, 1807-1886.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n.], [1846].
1846District of ColumbiaA letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, : bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of North Carolina, occasioned by his late address to the convention of his diocese.Jay, William, 1789-1858.[Washington, D.C.] : Buell & Blanchard, printers, Washington, D.C., [1846?]
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. E.D. Baker of Illinois, on the Oregon question : delivered in the House of Representatives, Thursday, January 29, 1846.Baker, Edward Dickinson, 1811-1861.[Washington, D.C.?] : [s.n.], [1846].
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Bedinger of Virginia, on the Oregon question : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 15, 1846.Bedinger, Henry, 1810-1858.Washington : printed at the Union office, 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Bayly, of Virginia, on the Oregon question : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 27, 1846.Bayly, Thomas Henry, 1810-1856.Washington : Printed at the Union Office, 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. William S. Archer, of Virginia, on the Oregon question : delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 18, 1846.Archer, William Segar, 1789-1855.Washington : Gales and Seaton, Printers, 1846.
1846District of ColumbiaProspectus of The national era, an anti-slavery newspaper, to be published at the city of Washington, District of Columbia..[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1846?]
1846EnglandA brief notice of American slavery, and the abolition movement.Estlin, J. B. (John Bishop), 1785-1855.Bristol [Eng.] : H.C. Evans; London : Chapman, Brothers; Dublin : Webb and Chapman; Glasgow : Gallie, 1746 [i.e., 1846] (Bristol : H.C. Evans, Printer)
1846EnglandLife in the wilderness; or Wanderings in South Africa.Methuen, Henry H. (Henry Hoare)London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street,, 1846..
1846EnglandNotes and recollections of a professional life,Fergusson, William, 1773-1846.London: : Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1846..
1846EnglandA history of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America.Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873.London: : James Burns, 17 Portman Street., 1846.
1846EnglandCorrespondence with the British commissioners at Sierra Leone, Havana, Rio de Janeiro, Surinam, Cape of Good Hope, Jamaica, Loanda, and Boa Vista, relating to the slave trade : from January 1 to December 31, 1845, inclusiveGreat Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon : printed by William Clowes and Sons, for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1846.
1846EnglandMemoirs of the life, religious experience, ministerial travels and labours, of Mrs. Zilpha Elaw, an American female of colour : together with some account of the great religious revivals in AmericaElaw, Zilpha, b. ca. 1790.London : published by the authoress, and sold by T. Dudley; and Mr. B. Taylor, 1846 [W. and R. Woodcock, printers].
1846EnglandEngland's colonial empire: : an historical, political and statistical account of the empire, its colonies, and dependencies.Pridham, Charles.London: : Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill., MDCCCXLVI [1846].
1846EnglandReport by a committee of the corporation commonly called the New England Company, of their proceedings for the civilization and conversion of Indians, Blacks, and pagans, in the British colonies in America, and the West Indies, since the last report in 1840.Company for Propagation of the Gospel in New England and the Parts Adjacent in America.London: : Printed by J. P. Gibson, 30, Aldermanbury., MDCCCXLVI [1846]..
1846EnglandNarrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave.Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895.Wortley, near Leeds: : printed by Joseph Barker., 1846.
1846EnglandLife of William Allen : with selections from his correspondence. In three volumes.Allen, William, 1770-1843.London : Charles Gilpin, 1846-1847 [Brighton : Printed by Arthur Wallis, Printer and Bookseller]
1846EnglandTravels in the interior of Brazil, : principally through the northern provinces, and the gold and diamond districts, during the years 1836-1841.Gardner, George, 1812-1849.London: Printed and published by Reeve, Brothers, King William Street, Strand., 1846..
1846EnglandVoices from the Old World to the New.[Bristol, England] : H.C. Evans, printer, Clare-Street, Bristol., [1846?]
1846EnglandOcean flowers and their teachings.Bath: : Binns & Goodwin. ; London: : Whittaker and Co. ; Edinburgh: : Johnstone. Dublin: : W. Curry Jun. & Co., 1846..
1846FranceSaint-Domingue. : Étude et solution nouvelle de la question haitienne.Lepelletier de Saint-Remy, R.Paris, : Arthus Bertrand, éditeur, libraire de la Société de Géographie, rue Hautefeuille, 23., 1846.
1846FranceL'Afrique française, l'empire de Maroc, et les deserts de Sahara : conquêtes, victoires et découvertes des Français, depuis la prise d'Alger jusqu'à nos joursPitois, Christian, 1811-1877.Paris : A. Barbier, éditeur : Imp. de Pommeret et Moreau, [1846]
1846FranceÉmancipation immédiate et complète des esclaves. : Appel aux abolitionistes,Félice, G. de (Guillaume), 1803-1871.Paris, : Chez Delay, rue Tronchet, 2., 1846..
1846IrelandLetter of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers, on American slave-holding : with remarksBelfast Anti-Slavery Society.Belfast : Printed by J. Mullen, 1846.
1846LouisianaProceedings of the Agriculturists' and Mechanics' Association of Louisiana : containing the address delivered by T.B. Thorpe, with notes appended: also the awards of the various committees, with the detailed reports on agricultural products; of sugar culture in Louisiana; of cotton, tobacco, &c., &c., ... /The whole published by order of the association.Agriculturists' and Mechanics' Association of Louisiana.New Orleans : Published by B.M. Norman, 1846.
1846LouisianaHistoire de la Louisiane,Gayarré, Charles, 1805-1895.Nouvelle-Orléans. : Imprimé par Magne & Weisse, 81, rue de Chartres., 1846-47.
1846LouisianaDe Bow's monthly review : agricultural, commercial, industrial progress and resources.New Orleans : J.D.B. DeBow, 1846-1880.
1846MarylandReport of the select committee : consisting of the delegates of Charles Co., relative to the removal of the free people of color of Charles County.Maryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Select Committee on the Removal of the Free Colored Population of Charles County.[Annapolis, Md.] : Read and ordered to be printed. By the House of Delegates, January 28, 1846.
1846MarylandJim crack corn, or, The blue tail flyBaltimore : Published by F.D. Benteen, c1846.
1846MassachusettsAddresses and miscellaneous writingsHaddock, Charles B. (Charles Bricket), 1796-1861.Cambridge : Metcalf and Company, 1846.
1846MassachusettsFourteenth annual report presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 28, 1846. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Scarlett and Laing., 1846..
1846MassachusettsDespotism in America; or An inquiry into the nature and results of the slave-holding system in the United States.Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : John P. Jewett and Co., no. 23 Cornhill., 1846..
1846MassachusettsSpeech of Hon. John P. Hale, upon the slavery resolutions, : in the House of Representatives, June 25th, 1846..Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873.[Boston] : D.H. Ela & Co., printers, 37 Cornhill, Boston., [1846]
1846MassachusettsThe slave: or Memoirs of Archy Moore. : Two volumes in one..Hildreth, Richard, 1807-1865.Boston: : Anti-Slavery Office, 25 Cornhill., 1846..
1846MassachusettsA statistical view of the population of Massachusetts, from 1765 to 1840Chickering, Jesse, 1797-1855.Boston : Charles C. Little and James Brown : Howes & Watson's Print., 60 Congress St., 1846.
1846MassachusettsThe branded hand. : Trial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker, at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to escape from bondage. With an appendix, containing a sketch of his life.Walker, Jonathan, 1799-1878.Boston: : For sale by Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill., [1846?]
1846MassachusettsA brief view of American chattelized humanity, and its supports.Walker, Jonathan, 1799-1878.Boston: : Published by the author. Dow and Jackson, printers., 1846.
1846MassachusettsCorrespondence between Nathan Appleton and John G. Palfrey intended as a supplement to Mr. Palfrey's pamphlet on slave power.Appleton, Nathan, 1779-1861.Boston: : 1846. Eastburn's Press., [1846]
1846MassachusettsNarratives of the sufferings of Lewis and Milton Clarke : sons of a soldier of the Revolution, during a captivity of more than twenty years among the slaveholders of Kentucky, one of the so called Christian states of North AmericaClarke, Lewis Garrard, 1812-1897.Boston : Published by Bela Marsh, No. 25 Cornhill, 1846.
1846MassachusettsThe true Whig sentiment of Massachusetts.Whig Party (Mass.). State Convention (1846 : Boston, Mass.)[Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1846]
1846MassachusettsThe works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher, : in four parts. Containing 1. His Complete master-piece; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added, The family physician, being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body. 2. His Experienced midwife; absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses and child bearing women. 3. His Book of problems, containing various questions and answers, relative to the state of man's body. 4. His Last legacy; unfolding the secrets of nature respecting the generation of man..Aristotle, pseud.New-England [i.e., Boston]: : Printed for the publishers., 1846..
1846MassachusettsOur favored inheritance a motive to fidelity. : A sermon preached on the day of the annual Thanksgiving, November 26, 1846.Sweetser, Seth, 1807-1878.Worcester [Mass.]: : Published by S. A. Howland., 1846..
1846MassachusettsAdams's new directory of the city of Boston, : containing a general directory of the citizens, and a special directory of the trades, professions, &c. With a variety of miscellaneous matter, and an almanac, from July 1846, to July 1847.Adams's Boston directory. 1846.Boston: : Published by George Adams, at 52 Washington Street, second floor., 1846.
1846MassachusettsPapers on the slave power, : first published in the "Boston Whig," in July, August, and September, 1846.Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881.Boston: : Merrill, Cobb & Co. 8 Congress Street., [1846]
1846MassachusettsTrial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker, : at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to escape from bondage. With an appendix, containing a sketch of his life.Walker, Jonathan, 1799-1878.Boston: : Published at the Anti-Slavery Office, 25 Cornhill., 1846.
1846MassachusettsAddress of the committee appointed by a public meeting, held at Faneuil Hall, September 24, 1846 : for the purpose of considering the recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to prevent the recurrence of similar outrages. With an appendix.Boston : White & Potter, printers, 1846.
1846MassachusettsReply to the attacks in the Boston Morning Post, upon Governor Morton.Boston : Felch's Press, 1846.
1846MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1846 ; [Andrews, Prentiss & Studley].
1846New HampshireA martyr to the truth. : A sermon in commemoration of the death of Rev. Charles T. Torrey, in the Maryland penitentiary, May 9, 1846. Delivered at Fisherville; and also in the Baptist meeting-house in Concord, May 31, 1846.Worth, Edmund, 1804 or 5-1895.[Fisherville, N.H.? : s.n., 1846?]
1846New JerseyA discourse on the death of the late Rev. C.T. Torrey, : a martyr to human rights; delivered in Newark, N.J., June 7, 1846.Underwood, Almon, 1809-1887.Newark [N.J.]: : Printed by Small & Ackerman, 142 Market Street., 1846..
1846New YorkFourteenth annual report of the Colonization Society, of the state of New-York..New-York State Colonization Society.New-York: : Leavitt, Trow & Co., printers, no. 33 Ann Street., 1846..
1846New YorkAn essay on the duty of the churches at the North in relation to American slavery; : together with an expose of reasons and constitution for a free missionary society.Westcott, E.[Delhi, N.Y.? : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkGerrit Smith's reply to colored citizens of Albany. : Peterboro, March 13, 1846. Messrs. William Rich, James Henderson, Francis Lippins, John Wendall, Chas. S. Morton, Richard Thompson, William H. Topp: Gentlemen,--Your letter is received. ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkTo the Liberty Party.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkCorrespondence between the Rev. Samuel H. Cox, D.D., of Brooklyn, L.I. and Frederick Douglass, a fugitive slave.Cox, Samuel H. (Samuel Hanson), 1793-1880.New-York: : office of the American Anti-Slavery Society, 142 Nassau Street., 1846.
1846New YorkPeterboro, October 10, 1846. To the voters of the state of New York: : I have, this moment, finished the reading of the new constitution. I may be charged with immodesty for lifting up my voice to hundreds of thousands of my fellow men. But the feelings of shame, sorrow, indignation, alarm, which fill me, will not stop, ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkThe poor man's party. : To the poor men of the county of Madison ... elect the Madison County Liberty ticket, this fall ...Liberty Party (Madison County, N.Y.)[Peterboro, N.Y. : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkThe first annual report of the African Education and Civilization Society : Presented at their annual meeting, held on Friday, May 8th, 1846. With the address of the Rev. E.L. Magoon, of Richmond, Va.African Education and Civilization Society.New-York : published at the society's office. John A. Gray, printer, 1846.
1846New YorkThe life of John Newton, once a sailor, afterwards captain of a slave ship, and subsequently rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London : "An authentic narrative," written by himself; to which some further particulars are added.Newton, John, 1725-1807.New-York : printed for the American Tract Society, by Pudney, Hooker & Russell, 1846.
1846New YorkArgument of William H. Seward, in defence of William Freeman on his trial for murder at Auburn, July 2lst and 22nd, 1846.Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.Auburn, N.Y.: : J.C. Derby & Co., publishers., 1846..
1846New YorkThe American spy, or Freedom's early sacrifice: : a tale of the Revolution, founded upon fact.Simms, Jeptha Root, 1807-1883.Albany [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Munsell., 1846.
1846New YorkRationale of crime, and its appropriate treatment; : being a treatise on criminal jurisprudence considered in relation to cerebral organization.Sampson, Marmaduke B. (Marmaduke Blake), d. 1876.New-York: : D. Appleton & Company, 200 Broadway. ; Philadelphia: : Geo. S. Appleton, 148 Chesnut-Street., MDCCCXLVI. [1846]
1846New YorkThe ninth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1846.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board., 1846.
1846New YorkEpistle IMary.[New York : s.n., 1846]
1846New YorkAn address to the three thousand colored citizens of New-York : who are the owners of one hundred and twenty thousand acres of land, in the state of New-York, given to them by Gerrit Smith, Esq. of Peterboro, September 1, 1846.Wright, Theodore S. (Theodore Sedgwick), 1797-1847.New-York: : [s.n.], 1846.
1846New YorkAmerica, and the American people.Raumer, Friedrich von, 1781-1873.New York: : J. & H.G. Langley, 8 Astor House., MDCCCXLVI. [1846]
1846New YorkMasterman Ready; or, The wreck of the Pacific. : Written for young people.Marryat, Frederick, 1792-1848.New York: : D. Appleton & Co., 200 Broadway. ; Philadelphia: : George S. Appleton, 148 Chestnut-St., MDCCCXLVI. [1846]
1846New YorkA history of the churches, of all denominations, in the city of New York, : from the first settlement to the year 1846.Greenleaf, Jonathan, 1785-1865.New York: : E. French, 136 Nassau Street. ; Portland: : Hyde, Lord & Duren., 1846..
1846New YorkA reproof of the American church.Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873.New York: : William Harned, 5 Spruce Street., 1846.
1846New YorkMary BlaneWhitlock, William, 1813-1878. cmpNew York : Published by C.G. Christman 404 Pearl St., c1846.
1846New YorkSlavery discussed in occasional essays, from 1833 to 1846Bacon, Leonard, 1802-1881.New York : Baker and Scribner, 1846 [Edward O. Jenkins, Printer]
1846New YorkThe rights of laborColton, Calvin, 1789-1857.New York: : A.S. Barnes & Co., 51 John Street., 1846.
1846New YorkThe life and times of Henry ClayColton, Calvin, 1789-1857.New York: : Published by A.S. Barnes & Co., 51 John Street. : Stereotyped by Redfield & Savage, 13 Chambers Street, N.Y. : C.A. Alvord, printer, Corner of John and Dutch Streets., 1846.
1846New YorkHistorical collections of Louisiana, embracing many rare and valuable documents relating to the natural, civil and political history of that state.New York: : Wiley and Putnam., 1846-1853..
1846New YorkSlavery and the slave trade at the nation's capital.New York: : Published by William Harned, 5 Spruce Street., [1846]
1846New YorkJamaica: enslaved and free.New-York: : Published by Lane & Tippett, for the Methodist Episcopal Church, 200 Mulberry-Street, and 138 Nassau-Street. James Collord, printer., 1846..
1846New YorkThe Enormity of the slave-trade; : and the duty of seeking the moral and spiritual elevation of the colored race. : Speeches of Wilberforce, and other documents and records..[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New York., [1846?]
1846OhioSlavery, and the slaveholder's religion : as opposed to ChristianityBrooke, Samuel.[Cincinnati] : Published by the author. Cincinnati, 1846.
1846OhioA debate on slavery : held in the city of Cincinnati, on the first, second, third, and sixth days of October, 1845, upon the question: Is slave-holding in itself sinful, and the relation between master and slave, a sinful relation? Affirmative: Rev. J. Blanchard ... Negative: N. L. Rice, D.D. ...Blanchard, Jonathan, 1811-1892.Cincinnati : Wm. H. Moore & co., Publishers ;Geo. G. Jones, 1846, c1845. (Stereotyped by E. Shepard)
1846OhioAnti-slavery meeting. : Benj. S. & J. Elizabeth Jones will hold anti-slavery meetings at [blank] Friends, go and hear![Ohio : s.n., between 1846 and 1862]
1846PennsylvaniaAn inquiry into the scriptural views of slaveryBarnes, Albert, 1798-1870.Philadelphia : Perkins & Purves ; Boston : B. Perkins, 1846 [Philadelphia : Stereotyped by L. Johnson & Co.].
1846PennsylvaniaJudge Haliburton's yankee stories. : with illustrations.Haliburton, Thomas Chandler, 1796-1865.Philadelphia: : Lindsay & Blakiston, N.W. corner Fourth and Chestnut Sts., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaSeventeenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Transmitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, February, 1846..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Ed. Barrington and Geo. D. Haswell., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaA history of Virginia, : from its discovery and settlement by Europeans to the present time.Howison, Robert R. (Robert Reid), 1820-1906.Philadelphia: : Carey & Hart., 1846-1848..
1846PennsylvaniaPickings from the portfolio of the reporter of the New Orleans "Picayune:" : comprising sketches of the eastern yankee, the western hoosier, the quaint Cockney ... and such others as make up society in the great metropolis of the south.Corcoran, D.Philadelphia: : Carey and Hart., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaThe gospel among the Bechuanas : and other tribes of southern AfricaAmerican Sunday-School Union.Philadelphia : American Sunday-School Union, [c1846].
1846PennsylvaniaTwelfth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society. : January 15, 1846..Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Thompson, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaThe true grandeur of nations: : an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Philadelphia: : Henry Longstreth, 347 Market Street., 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaAn appeal for the bondwoman, to her own sex.Lloyd, Elizabeth, 1811-1896.Philadelphia. : Merrihew and Thompson, printers., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaOdd leaves from the life of a Louisiana "swamp doctor."Lewis, Henry Clay, 1825-1850.Philadelphia: : T.B. Peterson and Brothers, 306 Chestnut Street., [not before 1858]
1846PennsylvaniaThe undersigned, a committee of the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons, : appointed on the 8th inst., respectfully invite thy attendence at a meeting of citizens, to be held at the hall of the Franklin Institute, on the 19th inst., at 7 1/2 P.M., for the purpose of adopting measures to secure the establishment of a Refuge for Coloured Juvenile Delinquents, in connection with the institution already established.Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1846]
1846PennsylvaniaThe eighteenth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaA history of colonization of the western coast of AfricaAlexander, Archibald, 1772-1851.Philadelphia : William S. Martien. New York, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaAn appeal to the public on behalf of a house of refuge for coloured juvenile delinquents.House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : T.K. & P.G. Collins, printers, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaElements of international lawWheaton, Henry, 1785-1848.Philadelphia : Lea and Blanchard, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaAnnals and occurrences of New York city and state, in the olden time; : being a collection of memoirs, anecdotes, and incidents concerning the city, country, and inhabitants, from the days of the founders. Intended to preserve the recollections of olden time, and to exhibit society in its changes of manners and customs, and the city and country in their local changes and improvements. In two books--one volume octavo, embellished with pictorial illustrations.Watson, John F. (John Fanning), 1779-1860.Philadelphia: : Henry F. Anners, Chesnut Street., 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaConstitution and by-laws for the government of all official meetings, : held under the charter of the First Colored Wesley Methodist Church, Lombard Street, Philad'a..First Colored Wesley Methodist Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia] : Crozet, printer, 151 S. 6th street., 1846..
1846PennsylvaniaThe anti-slavery alphabet.Townsend, Hannah.Philadelphia. : Printed for the Anti-Slavery Fair. Merrihew & Thompson, Printers, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaReflections on peace and warJackson, John, d. 1855.Philadelphia : T.E. Chapman, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaSermons and addresses, on various subjectsCarroll, D. L. (Daniel Lynn), 1797-1851.Philadelphia : Lindsay & Blakiston : Wm. S. Young, printer, 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaAn appeal to the public on behalf of a House of Refuge for coloured juvenile delinquents.House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1846.
1846PennsylvaniaA letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, : bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of North Carolina, occasioned by his late address to the convention of his diocese.Jay, William, 1789-1858.[Philadelphia] : Republished by the Eastern Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, no. 31 North Fifth Street., [1846?]
1846PennsylvaniaPositively the 2 last nights of the Cataract. : The reign of perfect joy! is every where extended with the cheerful walls of this real temple of mirth! supported by laughter holding both his sides! Look at this ring and arena display! and hear and believe, (for you may) the uncontrolable enthusiasm of disinterested travellers who have witnessed the spectacle of the Cataract! with all its wonderfully grand, and appalling effects. The general remark is, Americans have no occasion to travel to Europe!! for mere amusement, while they can behold such liberal energy to procure the most finished style of entertainment. On Friday evening March 27th, 1846, ... Friday and Saturday will be the two last nights of the Cataract. Wanted, 20 additional young ladies for the production of a new spectacle, enquire of Mr. Daniel Kelly, principal prompter, at the stage door, between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock.National Circus.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : From the steam-power job printing office of C. Alexander, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1846]
1846PennsylvaniaThe Non-slaveholderPhiladelphia : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, 1846-54.
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho do corrente. Quinta prte [sic].Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., 1846.
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho do corrente. Sexta parte.Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., 1846.
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho corrente.Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., 1846.
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho corrente. Segunda parte.Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., 1846.
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho corrente. Terceira parte.Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., [1846]
1846PortugalMemoria sobre Angola, a' qual se refere a correspondencia publicada no Revolução de Septembro de 18 de Junho corrente. Quarta parte.Carpo, Arsenio Pompilio Pompeu de, b. 1792.Lisboa: : Typografia da Revolução de Septembro. Rua dos Calafates no. 114.--2o. andar., 1846.
1846ScotlandFirst day sabbath not of divine appointment, : with the opinions of Calvin, Luther, Belsham, Melancthon, Barclay, Paley, and others. A letter to the committee of the Edinburgh Emancipation Society.Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870.Glasgow: : Printed by William Symington Brown, 59, Trongate. And sold by the booksellers., 1846.
1846South CarolinaThe Following particulars relating to the rollers at St. Helena, which occurred on the 17th February, 1846, has [sic] been extracted from the St. Helena gazette of that period.St. Helena [S.C.].-- : Printed at the Government Printing Office, by Charles Pollard Lamb, for Lieut. Frederick Rice Stack of the St. Helena regiment., [1846]
1846United StatesSpeech of Hon. John P. Hale, upon the slavery resolutions : in the House of Reps., June 25th, 1846..Hale, John P. (John Parker), 1806-1873.[United States : s.n., 1846]
1847BrazilA restauração da Cidade do Salvador : Bahia de Todos os Santos, na provincia do Brasil, pelas armas de D. Filippe IV, Rei Catholico das Hespanhas e Indias. Publicada em 1628Tamayo de Vargas, Tomás, 1588-1641.Bahia [Brazil]. : Typographia de Epifanio Pedroza. Rua do Pão-de-Ló, n. 37., 1847.
1847ConnecticutHybridity in animals and plants, considered in reference to the question of the unity of the human species.Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.New Haven [Conn.]: : Printed by B.L. Hamlen, printer to Yale College., 1847.
1847DenmarkDansk tidsskriftKjøbenhavn, 1831-1851.
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Timothy Jenkins, of N. York, on the Wilmot Proviso. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1847..Jenkins, Timothy, 1799-1859.Washington: : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., 1847..
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, in reply to Mr. Turney, of Tennessee : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 12, 1847.Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850.[Washington D.C.? : s.n.], 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, on the Wilmot proviso : Delivered in the senate of the United States, Monday, March 1, 1847.Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866.Washington : printed at the office of Blair and Rives, 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaThe Wilmot proviso. : Speech of Hon. J.C. Dobbin, of N. Carolina, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 11, 1847, on the Wilmot proviso prohibiting slavery in any territories whatever that may here-after be acquired by the United States.Dobbin, James C. (James Cochran), 1814-1857.[Washington] : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., [1847].
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Wood, of New York, on the three million appropriation bill, and the Wilmot proviso. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., Feb. 10, 1847.Wood, Bradford Ripley, 1800-1889.Washington: : Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Daniel R. Tilden, of Ohio, on the Mexican War and slavery. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 4, 1847.Tilden, Daniel R. (Daniel Rose), 1804-1890.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Office of Blair and Rives., 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Martin Grover, of New York, on the Wilmot proviso. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Thursday, January 7, 1847.Grover, Martin, 1811-1875.Washington: : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaThe Mexican War-bounty lands. : Speech of Hon. J. Pollock, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 26, 1847, on the bill granting bounty lands to soldiers..Pollock, James, 1810-1890.[Washington] : Printed at the Office of Blair & Rives., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. David S. Kaufman, of Texas, on the slavery question. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 10, 1847..Kaufman, David S. (David Spangler), 1813-1851.Washington: : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., 1847..
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Wm. F. Giles, of Maryland, on the Wilmot proviso. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 11, 1847.Giles, William F. (William Fell), 1807-1879.Washington: : printed at the office of Blair and Rives, 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaThe Wilmot proviso. : Speech of Hon. Seaborn Jones, of Georgia, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 13, 1847.Jones, Seaborn, 1788-1864.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaThe Wilmot proviso. : Speech of Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, in favor of prohibiting slavery in all territory which may hereafter be annexed to this Union. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 16, 1847..Hamlin, Hannibal, 1809-1891.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of Blair & Rives., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaThe Wilmot proviso. : Bill and explanation of Preston King, of New York, in the House of Representatives of the U.S., January 4 & 5, 1847..King, Preston, 1806-1865.Washington: : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., 1847..
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. Richard Brodhead, of Pa., on the Mexican War and the Wilmot Proviso : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 9, 1847.Brodhead, Richard, 1811-1863.Washington : Printed by Ritchie & Heiss, [1847?].
1847District of ColumbiaResolutions of the legislature of Kentucky, in favor of the passage of a law by Congress to enable citizens of slaveholding States to recover slaves when escaping into non slaveholding States. : December 20, 1847. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and ordered to be printed..Kentucky. General Assembly[Washington, D.C.] : Tippin & Streeper, printers., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. J.A. Seddon, of Virginia, : delivered in the House of Representatives, January 7, 1847, in answer to the remarks submitted by Mr. Preston King, two days previously.Seddon, James A. (James Alexander), 1815-1880.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the Office of Blair & Rives, [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, on the Mexican War. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 11, 1847.Corwin, Thomas, 1794-1865.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, print. opposite Intelligencer office., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Dixon, of Connecticut, against the extension of slave territory. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., Feb. 9, 1847.Dixon, James, 1814-1873.Washington [D.C.]: : printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaThe Wilmot Proviso. : Speech of Hon. George Fries, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, February 17, 1847, in Committee of the Whole on the state of the union.Fries, George, 1799-1866.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the office of Blair & Rives., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Wilmot, of Pennsylvania, on his amendment restricting slavery from territory hereafter acquired. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, Feb. 8, 1847.Wilmot, David, 1814-1868.[Washington, D.C.] : J. & G. S. Gideon, printers., [1847]
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. R.W. Roberts, of Mississippi, on the slavery question and Mexican War. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 4, 1847.Roberts, Robert W. (Robert Whyte), 1784-1865.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Office of Blair and Rives., 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. T.W. Ligon, of Maryland, on the Mexican War. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, Friday, January 8, 1846..Ligon, T. W. (Thomas Watkins), 1810-1881.Washington: : Printed at the office of Blair and Rives., 1847..
1847District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Henry I. Seaman, of N.Y., on the Mexican War, and other measures of the administration. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. States, Feb. 13, 1847.Seaman, Henry John, 1805-1861.Washington [D.C.]. : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers, 1847.
1847District of ColumbiaPeace with Mexico.Gallatin, Albert, 1761-1849.[Washington D.C.] : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers [1847?]
1847EnglandThe life and adventures of Zamba, an African Negro king; : and his experience of slavery in South Carolina.Neilson, Peter, 1795-1861.London: : Smith, Elder, and Co., 65, Cornhill., 1847..
1847EnglandTreaty between Her Majesty and the republick of the Equator, for the abolition of the traffick in slaves. : Signed at Quito, May 24, 1841. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. 1847..Ecuador.London: : printed by T.R. Harrison., [1847]
1847EnglandAdventures on the western coast of South America, and the interior of California: : including a narrative of incidents at the Kingsmill Islands, New Ireland, New Britain, New Guinea, and other islands in the Pacific Ocean; : with an account of the natural productions, and the manners and customs ... of the various savage tribes visited.Coulter, John, M.D.London: : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster-Row. ; London: : Spottiswoode and Shaw, New-Street-Square., 1847.
1847EnglandCorrespondence with foreign powers : not parties to treaties or conventions giving a mutual right of search of vessels suspected of the slave trade. From January 1 to December 31, 1846, inclusiveGreat Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon : printed by T.R. Harrison, [1847].
1847EnglandIs cheap sugar the triumph of free trade? : A letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, &c. &c. &c.Higgins, Matthew James, 1810-1868.London: : James Ridgway, Picadilly., 1847..
1847EnglandMemoir of William Knibb, missionary in Jamaica.Hinton, John Howard, 1791-1873.London: : Published by Houlston and Stoneman, Paternoster Row., 1847..
1847EnglandA brief enquiry into the condition of Jamaica; : with a view to ascertain if any and what steps might be taken to relieve that island from her perilous state of political, financial, and agricultural embarrassment.Jelly, Thomas.London: : Pelham Richardson, 23, Cornhill., 1847..
1847EnglandTravels in Western Africa, in 1845 & 1846, : comprising a journey from Whydah, through the kingdom of Dahomey, to Adofoodia, in the interior.Duncan, John, 1805-1849.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street ... : R. Clay, printer, Bread Street Hill., 1847..
1847EnglandThe Church of England mission in Sierra Leone; : including an introductory account of that colony, and a comprehensive sketch of the Niger Expedition in the year 1841.Walker, Samuel Abraham, d. 1879.[London] : Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, Fleet Street, London. MDCCCXLVII. [1847]
1847EnglandReport of the Standing Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica, : upon the present condition of that colony; the causes of its depression; and the remedial measures necessary to restore its prosperity.Jamaica Chamber of Commerce. Standing CommitteeLondon: : Cowie, Jolland, and Co., 31, Poultry., 1847.
1847EnglandAn auto-biographical memoir of Sir John Barrow, Bart., late of the Admiralty : including reflections, observations, and reminiscences at home and abroad, from early life to advanced age.Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848.London : John Murray, 1847 [Printed by W. Clowes and Sons]
1847EnglandThe statesmen of America in 1846.Maury, Sarah Mytton, 1803-1849.London: : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1847..
1847EnglandMissionary labours in British Guiana: with remarks on the manners, customs, and superstitious rites of the aboriginesBernau, John Henry.London : John Farquhar Shaw, 27, Southampton Row, Russell Square, 1847 [Blackburn and Pardon, Printers]
1847EnglandTravels in Peru, during the years 1838-1842, : on the coast, in the Sierra, across the Cordilleras and the Andes, into the primeval forests.Tschudi, Johann Jakob von, 1818-1889.London: : David Bogue, 86, Fleet Street., MDCCCXLVII [1847]
1847EnglandMadagascar, past and present. : With considerations as to the political and commercial interests of Great Britain and France; and as to the progress of Christian civilisation.Resident.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., M.DCCC.XLVII. [1847]
1847EnglandEssays, theological and miscellaneous, reprinted from the Princeton review. : Second series. : Including the contributions of the late Rev. Albert B. Dod, D.D.New York and London, : Wiley and Putnam. : R. Craighead, printer, 112 Fulton Street., 1847.
1847FranceDe l'esclavage dans les colonies : pour servir d'introduction a l'Histoire de l'esclavage dans l'antiquitWallon, Henri Alexandre, 1812-1904.Paris : Dezobry, E. Magdeleine et Cie, lib.-éditeurs rue des Mac?ons-Sorbonne, 1, MDCCCXLVII [1847]
1847FranceHistoire de l'esclavage dans l'antiquitWallon, Henri Alexandre, 1812-1904.Paris : Imprimé par autorisation du roi a l'Imprimerie royale, M DCCC XLVII [1847]
1847HaitiHistoire d'Haiti,Madiou, Thomas, 1814-1884.Port-au-Prince. : Imprimerie de Jh. Courtois., 1847-1848..
1847KentuckyAddress before the Kentucky Colonization Society : in the Presbyterian Church, FrankfortBullock, W. F. (William Fontaine), 1807-1889.Frankfort, Kentucky : A.G. Hodges & Co.--printers, 1847.
1847MarylandSlavery and the Wilmot proviso : with some suggestions for a compromiseCarey, John L.Baltimore : Joseph N. Lewis : J.W. Woods, print., 1847
1847MarylandA voice from the South: : comprising Letters from Georgia to Massachusetts, and to the southern states. With an appendix containing an article from the Charleston Mercury on the Wilmot Proviso, together with the fourth article of the Constitution, the law of Congress, the nullification law of Pennsylvania, the resolutions of ten of the free states, the resolutions of Virginia, Georgia and Alabama, and Mr. Calhoun's resolutions in the Senate of the United States..Longstreet, Augustus Baldwin, 1790-1870.Baltimore: : Western Continent Press., 1847 [i.e. 1848]..
1847MarylandProceedings against William Lloyd Garrison, for a libel..Baltimore: : printed by William Wooddy, corner of Market and Calvert Streets, opposite the museum., 1847..
1847MassachusettsThe royal oak, and other storiesWestern teacher.Boston : Charles Waite, 1847, [c1845] [Reid & Rand, printers].
1847MassachusettsMemoir of Rev. Charles T. Torrey, who died in the penitentiary of Maryland, where he was confined for showing mercy to the poor.Lovejoy, Joseph C. (Joseph Cammet), 1805-1871.Boston: : Published by John P. Jewett & Co., 1847..
1847MassachusettsA sermon of merchants: : preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, November 22d, 1846.Parker, Theodore, 1810-1860.Boston: : Printed by George Coolidge, No. 1 1/2 Water Street., 1847.
1847MassachusettsFifteenth annual report, presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 27, 1847. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Andrews & Prentiss, No. 11 Devonshire Street., 1847..
1847MassachusettsAn oration delivered before the authorities of the City of Boston : at the celebration of the Declaration of Independence, July 5, 1847Cary, Thomas G. (Thomas Greaves), 1791-1859.Boston : J.H. Eastburn city printer, 1847.
1847MassachusettsThe life and sufferings of Leonard Black : a fugitive from slaveryBlack, Leonard.New Bedford : press of B. Lindsey, 1847.
1847MassachusettsGod and our country : A discourse delivered in the First Congregational Church in Roxbury, on Fast Day, April 8, 1847Putnam, George, 1807-1878.Boston : Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1847 [Cambridge : Metcalf and Company, Printers to the University]
1847MassachusettsNarrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slaveBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.Boston : published at the Anti-slavery office, No. 25 Cornhill : Andrews & Prentiss, printers, 1847.
1847MassachusettsReview of Lysander Spooner's essay on the unconstitutionality of slavery, : reprinted from the "Anti-slavery standard," with additions.Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884.Boston: : Printed by Andrews & Prentiss, no. 11 Devonshire Street., 1847..
1847MassachusettsGeorge Allen, the only son.Fox, Mary Anna, 1815 or 16-1840.Boston: : Published by Charles Fox., 1847.
1847MassachusettsAbstract of the thirty-eighth annual report. 1847.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.], [1847].
1847MassachusettsThe unconstitutionality of slavery: : part second.Spooner, Lysander, 1808-1887.Boston: : Published by Bela Marsh, no. 25 Cornhill., 1847.
1847MassachusettsA collection from the newspaper writings of Nathaniel Peabody Rogers.Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody, 1794-1846.Concord [N.H.]: : Published by John R. French., 1847.
1847MassachusettsWhite slavery in the Barbary states. : A lecture before the Boston Mercantile Library Association, Feb. 17, 1847.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston: : William D. Ticknor and Company., 1847.
1847MassachusettsPoems, : original and selected,Bennison, D. M. (Deborah Matilda Lunt), 1789-1852.Boston: : Printed for the author., 1847..
1847MassachusettsAn oration delivered before the New England Society, in the City of New York, December 22, 1846.Upham, Charles Wentworth, 1802-1875.Boston: : James Munroe and Company., 1847.
1847MassachusettsThe church as it is : or The forlorn hope of slaveryPillsbury, Parker, 1809-1898.Boston : Published by Bela Marsh, 1847.
1847MassachusettsThe church as it is : or The forlorn hope of slaveryPillsbury, Parker, 1809-1898.Boston : A. Forbes, Printer, 1847.
1847MassachusettsAdams's Boston directory: : containing the city record, a general directory of the citizens, and a special directory of trades, professions, &c. 1847-1848.Adams's Boston directory. 1847.Boston: : Published by James French. Charles Stimpson., 1847. (Printed by S.N. Dickinson, 52 Washington Street.)
1847MassachusettsResistance to slavery every man's duty : A report on American slavery, read to the Worcester Central Association, March 2, 1847.Allen, George, 1792-1883.Boston : Wm. Crosby & H.P. Nichols, 1847 [Andrews and Prentiss, Printers]
1847MassachusettsChristianity and slavery : a review of the correspondence between Richard Fuller, D.D. of Beaufort, South Carolina, and Francis Wayland, D.D. of Providence, Rhode Island. On domestic slavery, considered as a scriptural institutionHague, William, 1808-1887.Boston : Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln, 1847 [printed by S.N. Dickinson & Co.].
1847MassachusettsNarrative of the fugitive slave, William H. Johnson, of MarylandJohnson, William H.Worcester [Mass.] : printed for Wm. H. Johnson, 1847.
1847MassachusettsTestimony of the Religious Society of Friends, against slavery;Yearly Meeting of Friends for New England (1845-1945). Meeting for SufferingsBoston: : Printed by S.N. Dickinson & Co., 1847.
1847MassachusettsFacts for the people; : showing the relations of the United States government to slavery, embracing a history of the Mexican War, its origin and objects.Boston: : Anti-Slavery Office, 21 Cornhill. Dow and Jackson's Anti-slavery Press, 14 Devonshire Street, 1847..
1847MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : National Anti-Slavery Bazaar, 1847 ; [Andrews and Prentiss].
1847MassachusettsThe gum tree canoeBoston : Published by Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, c1847.
1847New YorkPeterboro, August 23, 1847. To the editors of the Emancipator, Boston: : My Dear Sirs,--The last no. of your paper is before me. I contains an extract from a letter, which I wrote, four years ago: and praises, very highly, the argument in that extract. But, however proper that argument may have been, as applied to the Liberty Party, four years ago, is it proper, as applied to it now? ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1847]
1847New YorkLetter of Gerrit Smith to S.P. Chase, on the unconstitutionality of every part of American slavery.Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.Albany [N.Y.]: : S.W. Green, Patriot Office., 1847.
1847New YorkLife and opinions of Julius Melbourn : with sketches of the lives and characters of Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, John Randolph, and several other eminent American statesmenHammond, Jabez D. (Jabez Delano), 1778-1855.Syracuse [N.Y.] : Published by Hall & Dickson ; New York : A.S. Barnes & Co., 1847.
1847New YorkThe progress of ethnology : an account of recent archæological, philological and geographical researches in various parts of the globe, tending to elucidate the physical history of manBartlett, John Russell, 1805-1886.New-York : Bartlett & Welford, 1847 ; [New-York : William Van Norden, printer].
1847New YorkHistory of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island; : including a history of other Episcopal churches in the state; with an appendix, containing a reprint of a work now extremely rare, entitled, "America dissected," by the Rev. J. MacSparran, D.D. With notes containing genealogical and biographical accounts of distinguished men, families, etc.Updike, Wilkins, 1784-1867.New-York: : Henry M. Onderdonk, 10 John-Street., 1847.
1847New YorkPeace with Mexico.Gallatin, Albert, 1761-1849.[New York?] : For sale by all the booksellers and news agents., 1847..
1847New YorkThe life of Silas Wright : late Governor of the State of New York. With an appendix, containing a selection from his speeches in the Senate of the United States, and his address read before the New York State Agricultural SocietyJenkins, John S. (John Stilwell), 1818-1852.Auburn, [N.Y.]; Buffalo : John E. Beardsley, [1847]. [N.Y. : Thomas B. Smith, Stereotyper].
1847New YorkPeace with Mexico. / By Albert Gallatin..Gallatin, Albert, 1761-1849.[New York] : Bartlett & Welford: no. 7 Astor House, New York., 1847..
1847New YorkA review of the "Correspondence" of Messrs. Fuller & Wayland, on the subject of American slavery:Grosvenor, Cyrus Pitt, 1792-1879.Utica, N.Y. : Published at the Christian Contributor office : H.H. Curtiss, printer, Devereux Block., 1847..
1847New YorkA history of Georgia, from its first discovery by Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution in MDCCXCVIII.Stevens, William Bacon, 1815-1887.New-York: : D. Appleton and Co., 200 Broadway. ; Savannah [Ga.]: : William Thorne Williams., 1847[-1859]
1847New YorkAddress of the Macedon convention,Goodell, William, 1792-1878.Albany: : S W. Green, Patriot office., 1847..
1847New YorkBarbarism the first danger : A discourse for home missionsBushnell, Horace, 1802-1876.New York : Printed for the American Home Missionary Society by William Osborn, Spruce-Street, Corner of Nassau, 1847.
1847New YorkPosthumous and other poems.Charlotte Elizabeth, 1790-1846.New York: : Published by M.W. Dodd, Brick Church Chapel, opposite the park., 1847..
1847New YorkThe tenth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : May, 1847.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew York: : Published for the board: at the Mission House, 23 Centre Street., 1847.
1847New YorkA grammar of the Mpongwe language, : with vocabulaires:Wilson, J. Leighton (John Leighton), 1809-1886.New York: : Snowden & Prall, printers, 60 Vesey Street., 1847.
1847New YorkThe life of Rev. Orange Scott : compiled from his personal narrative, correspondence, and other authentic sources of information. In two partsMatlack, Lucius C.New York : published by C. Prindle and L.C. Matlack, at the Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, 1847-48, c1848 [Snowden & Prall, printers].
1847New YorkTravels in Peru, during the years 1838-1842, : on the coast, in the Sierra, across the Cordilleras and the Andes, into the primeval forests.Tschudi, Johann Jakob von, 1818-1889.New York: : Wiley & Putnam, 161 Broadway., 1847.
1847New YorkAnnals of the poor; : containing "The dairyman's daughter;" "The young cottager;" "The negro servant," etc.Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827.New York: : Robert Carter, 58 Canal Street. ; Pittsburg, : 56 Market Street., 1847..
1847New YorkHerdsmen and tillers of the ground; or, Illustrations of early civilisation.Sinnett, Percy, Mrs.New York: : Wiley & Putnam, 161 Broadway., 1847..
1847New YorkDomestic slavery considered as a scriptural institution: : in a correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller of Beaufort, S.C., and the Rev. Francis Wayland, of Providence, R.I. ; Revised and corrected by the authors..Fuller, Richard, 1804-1876.New York: : Published by Lewis Colby & Co. 122 Nassau-Street. ; Boston: : Gould, Kendall and Lincoln., 1847..
1847New YorkHistory of the conquest of Peru, : with a preliminary view of the civilization of the Incas.Prescott, William Hickling, 1796-1859.New York: : Harper and Brothers, 82 Cliff Street., M DCCC XLVII [1847].
1847New YorkThirty-first annual report of the American Bible Society, presented May 13, 1847 : with an appendix, containing the addresses at the anniversary, and extracts of correspondence, together with a list of auxiliary societies, life directors, and members.American Bible Society.New York : American Bible Society, 1847.
1847New YorkThe Liberty almanac, for 1847.New York : William Harned, [1847].
1847New YorkShall we give Bibles to three millions of American slaves?[New York] : Published by the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. William Harned, publishing agent, 5 Spruce Street., [1847]
1847New YorkThe Legion of liberty! And force of truth, : containing the thoughts, words, and deeds, of some prominent apostles, champions and martyrs.[New York] : 1847. Sold at the office of the American A.S. Society, 142 Nassau-st. New-York, and at the offices of other anti-slavery periodicals and depositories., [1847]
1847OhioReclamation of fugitives from service : An argument for the defendant, submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States, at the December term, 1846. In the case of Wharton Jones vs. John VanzandtChase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873.Cincinnati : printed by R.P. Donogh & Co., 106 Main Street, 1847.
1847OhioPrison life and reflections: or A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr and Thompson, : who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penitentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty. Three parts in one vol.Thompson, George, d. 1893.Oberlin [Ohio]: : Printed by James M. Fitch., 1847.
1847OhioAnnals of the West: : embracing a concise account of principal events which have occurred in the Western states and territories, from the discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the year eighteen hundred and forty five.Cincinnati: : Published by James R. Albach. ; J.A. & U.P. James, printers., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaThe origin and progress of the United States.McCartney, Washington, 1812-1856.Philadelphia: : E.H. Butler & Co., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaEighteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Transmitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, February, 1847..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Ed. Barrington and Geo. D. Haswell., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaLife of William Allen : with selections from his correspondence. In two volumes.Allen, William, 1770-1843.Philadelphia : Henry Longstreth, 1847 [King and Baird, Printers]
1847PennsylvaniaSuggestions on the religious instruction of the Negroes in the southern states : together with an appendix containing forms of church registers, form of a constitution, and plans of different denominations of ChristiansJones, Charles Colcock, 1804-1863.Philadelphia : Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1847.
1847PennsylvaniaThe life, travels and opinions of Benjamin Lundy, : including his journeys to Texas and Mexico; with a sketch of co[n]temporary events, and a notice of the revolution in Hayti.Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.Philadelphia: : Published by William D. Parrish, no. 4 North Fifth Street., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaSlaveholding examined in the light of the Holy BibleBrisbane, William Henry, 1806-1878.Philadelphia : Stereotyped by S. Douglas Wyeth, No. 7 Pear St. Philadelphia : Printed at the U.S. Job Printing Office, 1847.
1847PennsylvaniaThirteenth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Thompson, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaThe eleventh annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed for the Association by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 50 North Fourth Street., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaThe true grandeur of nations: : an oration delivered before the authorities of the city of Boston, July 4, 1845.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Philadelphia: : Published by Henry Longstreth, 347 Market Street. 1847. Stereotyped by J. Fagan., [1847]
1847PennsylvaniaThe nineteenth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaAlta California : embracing notices of the climate, soil, and agricultural products of northern Mexico and the Pacific seaboard; Also, a history of the military and naval operations of the United States directed against the territories of northern Mexico, in the year 1846-'47. With documents declaratory of the policy of the present administration of the national government in regard to the annexation of conquered territory to this union, and the opinion of the Hon. James Buchanan on the Wilmot Proviso, &c.Captain of volunteers.Philadelphia : H. Packer & Co., publishers, 1847.
1847PennsylvaniaThe anti-slavery alphabet.Townsend, Hannah.Philadelphia : Printed for the Anti-Slavery Fair. Merrihew & Thompson, Printers, 1847.
1847PennsylvaniaThe life, travels and opinions of Benjamin Lundy, : including his journeys to Texas and Mexico; with a sketch of co[n]temporary events, and a notice of the revolution in Hayti.Lundy, Benjamin, 1789-1839.Philadelphia: : Printed by Merrihew and Thompson, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1847..
1847PennsylvaniaA review of a pamphlet, entitled An appeal to the public on behalf of a house of refuge for colored juvenile delinquents.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia. : W.H. Brisbane, printer, No. 116 Chestnut Street., 1847.
1847PennsylvaniaTo the Christian public.Zoar Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)[Philadelphia : s.n., 1847].
1847PennsylvaniaA brief memoir of the late Joseph John Gurney : of Norwich, England. Reprinted from the "Norfolk News" of Jan 16, 1847.Alexander, John, 1792-1868.Philadelphia : Henry Longstreth, 1847 [William S. Young, printer].
1847PennsylvaniaSurprizing attraction! and most beautiful bill! for this afternoon Saturday, January 30th, : this combination of excellence in the ring and on the stage to commence with an equestrian juvenile act! ... To conclude with the gorgeous Tartarian spectacle of Timour the Khan, and the Mingrelian princess ... This evening, Timour! will be acted for the last time, as a remarkable novelty will positively be produced on Monday, February 1st. This piece will be more fully advertised at the foot of the bill for this night's performance. A most extended and magnificent classic stage illustration of a remarkable point of Roman history, is now and has been for some time in preparation, by Joseph Foster.National Circus.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : From the steam-power job printing establishment of C. Alexander, Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, Philada., [1847]
1847PennsylvaniaThe lover's forget-me-not, and songs of beauty: : a choice collection of sentimental, comic, and temperance songs, with all the late negro melodies..Philadelphia: : John B. Perry, no. 198 Market Street., 1847..
1847Rhode IslandMemoirs of Elleanor Eldridge.Green, Frances H. (Frances Harriet), 1805-1878.Providence: : printed by B.T. Albro., 1847..
1847ScotlandThe sinfulness of maintaining Christian fellowship with slave-holders : Strictures on the proceedings of the last general assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, regarding communion with the slave-holding churches of America, respectfully addressed to the office-bearers and members of that churchFree Church Anti-Slavery Society.Edinburgh : Charles Ziegler; D. Bryce, Glasgow; G. & R. King, Aberdeen; Henry Brown, Dundee; J. Richardson, Perth, 1847 [Printed by Anderson and Bryce].
1847South CarolinaHistorical collections of Virginia; : containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, &c. relating to its history and antiquities, together with geographical and statistical descriptions. : To which is appended, an historical and descriptive sketch of the District of Columbia. : Illustrated by over 100 engravings, giving views of the principal towns,--seats of eminent men,--public buildings,--relics of antiquity,--historic localities, natural scenery, etc., etc.Howe, Henry, 1816-1893.Charleston, S.C. : Published by W.R. Babcock., 1847..
1847South CarolinaA review of Rev. J.B. Adger's sermon on the religious instruction of the coloured population.Thornwell, James Henley, 1812-1862.Charleston [S.C.]: : Burges, James and Paxton, printers., 1847.
1847United StatesAddress from the people of Ireland to their countrymen and countrywomen in America.O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847.[United States? : s.n. 1847]
1847United StatesA Negro sermon, : delivered in Alabama,Cudjo.[United States : s.n., 1847?]
1847VirginiaIntroduction to the history of the colony and ancient dominion of VirginiaCampbell, Charles, 1807-1876.Richmond [Va.] : B.B. Minor, publisher : Wm. MacFarlane, printer. S.L. Messenger Office, 1847.
1847VirginiaAddress to the people of west Virginia; : shewing that slavery is injurious to the public welfare, and that it may be gradually abolished, without detriment to the rights and interests of slaveholders.Ruffner, Henry, 1790-1861.Lexington [Va.]: : Printed by R.C. Noel., 1847.
1848ConnecticutThe prison bard: or Poems on various subjects. / By George Thompson. For four years and eleven months a prisoner in Missouri, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty. Written in prison.Thompson, George, d. 1893.Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by William H. Burleigh., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Horace Mann, of Mass., on the right of Congress to legislate for the territories of the United States, and its duty to exclude slavery therefrom. : Delivered in the House of Representatives in committee of the whole, June 30, 1848..Mann, Horace, 1796-1859.Washington: : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers., 1848..
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Palfrey, of Massachusetts, on the political aspect of the slave question. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 26th, 1848..Palfrey, John Gorham, 1796-1881.Washington: : Printed by J. & G. S. Gideon., 1848..
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. J. A. Woodward, of S.C., on the relations between the United States and their territorial districts: : delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., July 3, 1848.Woodward, Joseph Addison, 1806-1885.Washington: [D.C.] : J. and G. S. Gideon, printers., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Joseph M. Root, of Ohio, on the message of the president transmitting documents in relation to the return of Santa Anna and Paredes to Mexico, : delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., Wednesday, March 15, 1848.Root, Joseph Mosley, 1807-1879.Washington [D.C.]: : J. & G.S. Gideon., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Julius Rockwell, of Mass., on the government of the territories, the ordinance of 1787, and the presidential election. : Delivered, in the House of Representatives of the United States, June 27th, 1848.Rockwell, Julius, 1805-1888.Washington [D.C.]: : J. and G.S. Gideon, printers., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Badger, of North Carolina, on the Compromise Bill : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 26, 1848.Badger, George Edmund, 1795-1866.Washington : J. and G.S. Gideon, printers, 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSlavery in the territories. : Speech of Caleb B. Smith, of Indiana, on the extension of slavery in the territories of the United States; delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, July 31, 1848.Smith, Caleb B. (Caleb Blood), 1808-1864.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. H.V. Johnson, of Georgia, on the bill to establish a territorial government in Oregon. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 7, 1848..Johnson, Herschel V. (Herschel Vespasian), 1812-1880.Washington: : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., 1848..
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. A.H. Stephens, of Georgia, on the Territorial bill: : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, August 7, 1848.Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Duer of New York, on the prohibition of slavery in the newly acquired territories of the United States. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, July 29, 1848.Duer, William, 1805-1879.Washington: : printed by J. and G.S. Gideon., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaA review of the Bishop of Oxford's counsel to the American clergy, with reference to the institution of slavery : Also supplemental remarks on the relation of the Wilmot proviso to the interests of the colored classBerry, Philip.Washington : William M. Morrison ; Richmond : Drinker & Morris ; Baltimore : Jos. Robinson ; Philadelphia : Herman Hooker ; New York : Stanford & Swords ; Boston : C. Stimpson, 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Hon. John A. Dix, of New York, on the bill to establish governments in the territories. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 26, 1848.Dix, John A. (John Adams), 1798-1879.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed at the Congressional Globe office., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaInformation about going to Liberia : Things which every emigrant to Liberia ought to know. Common objections to going to Liberia answered. Reply to certain cavilings against colonization. &c., &c.American Colonization Society.Washington : C. Alexander, printer, 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Toombs, of Georgia, on the state of parties, and the Democrtaic platform: : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, July 1, 1848.Toombs, Robert Augustus, 1810-1885.Washington [D.C.]: : J. and G.S. Gideon, printers., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Jefferson Davis, of Mississippi, on the Oregon bill. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 12, 1848.Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printer, Washington., [1848]
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of the Hon. R. Barnwell Rhett, on the relation of the states and the general government towards the territories. Delivered in Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union in the House of Representatives, on the 1st of June, 1848.Rhett, Robert Barnwell, 1800-1876.[Washington, D.C.] : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers., [1848]
1848District of ColumbiaRemarks of Mr. Yulee, of Florida, in the Senate of the United States, February 14, 15, & 17, 1848 : on the rights of the people of the United States in acquired territory.Yulee, David Levy, 1810-1886.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the Congressional Globe office, [1848].
1848District of ColumbiaNegroes in Ohio--General Taylor--The war. : Speech of Hon. William Sawyer, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, June 2, 1848, on the civil and diplomatic appropriations bill.Sawyer, William, 1803-1877.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., [1848]
1848District of ColumbiaGovernment of the territories : Speech of Hon. Richard Brodhead, of Penn., in the House of Representatives, Saturday, June 3, 1848, in committee of the whole on the state of the union, upon the subject of slavery in the territories, and in support of the resolution of the Baltimore convention in relation to slavery.Brodhead, Richard, 1811-1863.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office, [1848].
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of George G. Dunn, of Indiana, on the Oregon bill. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S. July 27 1848..Dunn, George Grundy, 1812-1857.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printer, Washington., [1848]
1848District of ColumbiaMr. Webster's speech, in the Senate of the United States, March 23, 1848, on the Mexican War.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.[Washington, D.C.] : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers., [1848]
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, on the Oregon bill : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 27, 1848.Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printer, opposite National Intelligencer, [1848].
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Dayton, of New Jersey, on the war with Mexico, and in defence of his vote in favor of the treaty. : Delivered in the Senate of the United States, April 11, 1848.Dayton, William L. (William Lewis), 1807-1864.Washington: : Printed by John T. Towers., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Collamer, of Vermont, on the Mexican War. : Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U.S., February 1, 1848.Collamer, Jacob, 1791-1865.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1848.
1848District of ColumbiaThe Van Buren platform, or Facts for the present supporters of Martin Van Buren.[Washington, D.C.] : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers., [1848]
1848EnglandAn historical and statistical account of the Bermudas, : from their discovery to the present time.Williams, William Frith.London: : Thomas Cautley Newby, publisher, 72, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square., 1848.
1848EnglandThe case of our West-African cruisers and West-African settlements fairly considered. / By the Rev. George Smith, M.A. Oxon. author of an "Exploratory visit to the consular cities of China."Smith, George, Bishop, 1815-1871.London: : J. Hatchard & Son, 187 Piccadilly., 1848.
1848EnglandWest India interests, African emigration, and slave tradeDenman, Joseph, 1810-1874.Worchester : Printed by Deighton and Co., Journal office, 1848.
1848EnglandAmerica compared with England : The respective social effects of the American and English systems of government and legislation; and the mission of democracy.Russell, R. W. (Robert W.)London : Effingham Wilson, 1848 [Jones and Wallace, Printers]
1848EnglandA narrative of the expedition sent by Her Majesty's government to the river Niger, in 1841 : Under the command of Captain H.D. Trotter, R.N.Allen, William, 1793-1864.London : Richard Bentley. Publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty, 1848 [printed by Schulze and Co.].
1848EnglandMemoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, baronet : With selections from his correspondenceBuxton, Charles, 1822-1871.London : John Murray, Albemarle Street : Spottiswoode and Shaw, New-street-Square, 1848.
1848EnglandA three years' cruize in the Mozambique Channel, for the suppression of the slave tradeBarnard, Frederick Lamport, 1813-1880.London : Richard Bentley, 1848 [Printed by Schulze and Co.]
1848EnglandEarly recollections of Jamaica, : with the particulars of an eventful passage home via New York and Halifax, at the commencement of the American War in 1812; to which are added, trifles from St. Helena relating to Napoleon and his suite.Vernon, B. J.London: : Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria Lane. J. Vincent, Oxford., 1848.
1848EnglandTravels in the great desert of Sahara, in the years of 1845 and 1846. : Containing a narrative of personal adventures, during a tour of nine months through the desert, amongst the Touaricks and other tribes of Saharan people; including a description of the oases and cities of Ghat, Ghadames, and Mourzuk.Richardson, James, 1806-1851.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., M.D.CCC.XLVIII. [1848]
1848EnglandLectures on comparative anatomy, physiology, zoology, and the natural history of manLawrence, William, Sir, 1783-1867.London : Henry G. Bohn, 1848.
1848EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 22nd May, 1848. : Preceded by brief addresses on presenting the medals awarded by the council of the society.Hamilton, William John, 1805-1867.London: : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1848..
1848EnglandThe practical sugar planter; : a complete account of the cultivation and manufacture of the sugar-cane, according to the latest and most improved processes. Describing and comparing the different systems pursued in the East and West Indies and the Straits of Malacca, and the relative expenses and advantages attendant upon each: being the result of sixteen years' experience as a sugar planter in those countries.Wray, Leonard.London: : Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill., 1848.
1848EnglandJournal of a residence at the Cape of Good Hope : with excursions into the interior, and notes on the natural history, and the native tribesBunbury, Charles James Fox, Sir, 1809-1886.London : John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1848.
1848EnglandCheap sugar means cheap slaves.Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873.London: : James Ridgway, Piccadilly., 1848.
1848EnglandReflections on the present state and prospects of the British West Indies.Gore, Montague, 1800-1864.London: : Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly, MDCCCXLVIII. [1848]
1848EnglandThe real bearings of the West India question : as expounded by the most intelligent and independent free-trader of the dayHiggins, Matthew James, 1810-1868 ed.London : James Ridgway, 1848 [Norman and Skeen, printers].
1848EnglandThe Cape and its colonists: : with hints to settlers in 1848.Nicholson, George.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street., 1848..
1848EnglandThe natural history of man; : comprising inquiries into the modifying influence of physical and moral agencies on the different tribes of the human family.Prichard, James Cowles, 1786-1848.London: : Hippolyte Bailliere, publisher, 219 Regent Street; foreign bookseller to the Royal College of Surgeons, and to the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society. ; Paris: : J. B. Bailliere, Libraire de l'Academie Royale de Medecine. ; Leipsic: : T. O. Weigel., 1848..
1848EnglandThe forty-ninth annual report of the Religious Tract Society, : for circulating religious publications in the British dominions and foreign countries. Instituted A.D. M.DCC.XCIX. 1848.Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)London: : Sold at the depository, 56, Paternoster Row, and 65, St. Paul's Churchyard; also by J. Nisbet and Co., Berners Street, Oxford Street; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and John Robertson, 3, Grafton Street, Dublin., [1848]
1848EnglandAn examination of the minutes of evidence taken before the parliamentary select committee appointed ... to inquire into the present condition and prospects of the interests connected with and dependent on sugar and coffee planting in Her Majesty's East and West Indian possessions and the Mauritius, : and to consider whether any and what measures can be adopted by Parliament for their relief..Leon, J. A. (John A.)London: : John Ollivier, 59, Pall Mall., 1848..
1848EnglandFive years in Kaffirland; : with sketches of the late war in that country, to the conclusion of peace.Ward, Harriet.London: : Henry Colburn, publisher, Great Marlborough Street., 1848.
1848EnglandThe conquerors of the New World and their bondsmen : being a narrative of the principal events which led to Negro slavery in the West Indies and America.Helps, Arthur, Sir, 1813-1875.London : William Pickering, 1848-1852.
1848EnglandA letter from Lord Denman to Lord Brougham, : on the final extinction of the slave-trade.Denman, Thomas Denman, Baron, 1779-1854.London: : J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly. : printed by G.J. Palmer, Savoy Street, Strand., 1848.
1848EnglandThe history of Barbados; : comprising a geographical and statistical description of the island; a sketch of the historical events since the settlement; and an account of its geology and natural productions.Schomburgk, Robert H. (Robert Hermann), Sir, 1804-1865.London: : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans., 1848.
1848EnglandA tribute for the Negro : being a vindication of the moral, intellectual, and religious capabilities of the coloured portion of mankind; with particular reference to the African race. Illustrated by numerous biographical sketches, facts, anecdotes, etc. and many superior portraits and engravingsArmistead, Wilson, 1819?-1868.Manchester : William Irwin ; London : Charles Gilpin. American agent: Wm. Harned, Anti-slavery office, New York; and may be had of H. Longstreth and G.W. Taylor, Philadelphia, 1848 [Manchester : printed by William Irwin].
1848EnglandThe Political life of Cornelius Cuffey, Esq., patriot, &c., &c.London : Printed for sale at the bazaar in aid of the Governesses' Benevolent Institution, 1848.
1848EnglandResults of emancipation, and the immigration scheme. : Reprinted from the 'Eclectic review,' for Feb. 1848.London: : Ward and Co., 27, Paternoster Row., 1848.
1848EnglandRemarks on the present state of our West Indian colonies, with suggestions for their improvement.London: : Smith, Elder and Co., 65 Cornhill., 1848.
1848GermanyWochenbände für das geistige und materielle Wohl des deutschen Volkes : Herausgegeben von der Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung guter und wohlfeiler Bücher ... : Geschichte des Sklavenhandels.Stuttgart : (Scheible, Rieger & Sattler), 1848.
1848GuyanaDialogue or conversation between a planter and some headmen on a plantation in British Guiana : joined by the minister and schoolmasterWell-Wisher to the Labouring Classes and the Colony at Large.Demerara : Printed at the Guinana Times Office, 1848.
1848KentuckyUncle Ned.Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864. cmpLouisville. : W.C. Peters & Co. ; [Cincinnati] : Peters, Field & Co. Cincinnati., c1848.
1848LouisianaIn Chancery. : Edmund P. Gaines and wife, vs. Francois D. De la Croix, Richard Relf and Beverly Chew. : Amended and supplemental bill.Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, 1777-1849 complainant.New Orleans. : Printed by Joseph Cohn, 31 Poydras Street., [1848]
1848MassachusettsWhen are we happiest? Or The little CameronsTuthill, Louisa C. (Louisa Caroline), 1798-1879.Boston : Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 1848, [c1846] [Cambridge : stereotyped and printed by Metcalf and Company, printers to the university].
1848MassachusettsA sermon of the Mexican War: : preached at the Melodeon, on Sunday, June 25, 1848,Parker, Theodore, 1810-1860.Boston: : Coolidge and Wiley, 12 Water Street., 1848..
1848MassachusettsReport of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, read at the thirty-ninth annual meeting : held in the city of Boston, Massachusetts, Sept. 12-15, 1848.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.Boston : Printed for the Board, by T.R. Marvin, 1848.
1848MassachusettsMemoir of William Ellery Channing : with extracts from his correspondence and manuscripts ; In two volumes.Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842.Boston : Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 111 Washington Street ; London : John Chapman ; Cambridge : Stereotyped and printed by Metcalf and Company ..., 1848.
1848MassachusettsGeneral Taylor and the Wilmot proviso..Adams, John Calvin, 1810-1885.[Boston : Wilson & Damrell], [1848?]
1848MassachusettsPepe, the pirate; or, Perils of the ocean. : A tale of stirring events.Kingston, William Henry Giles, 1814-1880.Boston: : 'Star Spangled Banner' Office, 82 Washington St., 1848..
1848MassachusettsThe young abolitionists; or Conversations on slaveryJones, J. Elizabeth (Jane Elizabeth), 1813-1896.Boston : published at the Anti-Slavery office, 1848 [Wm. E. Edwards & Co., printers].
1848MassachusettsSpeech of Hon. Horace Mann, on the right of Congress to legislate for the territories of the United States, and its duty to exclude slavery therefrom. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, in committee of the whole, June 30, 1848. To which is added, a letter from Hon. Martin Van Buren, and Rev. Joshua Leavitt..Mann, Horace, 1796-1859.Boston: : J. Howe, printer, 39 Merchants Row., 1848..
1848MassachusettsProceedings of the Anti-Sabbath Convention : held in the Melodeon, March 23d and 24thAnti-Sabbath Convention (1848 : Boston, Mass.)Boston : published by order of the convention, 1848 [Andrews & Prentiss, printers].
1848MassachusettsThe Boston directory: : containing the city record, a general directory of the citizens, and a special directory of trades, professions, &c. 1848-9.Adams's Boston directory. 1848.Boston: : Published by James French, 78 Washington Street, and Charles Stimpson, 106 Washington Street., 1848. (Printed by Damrell & Moore, Devonshire Street.)
1848MassachusettsElizabeth Howard: or, The disguised pedlar.Bradbury, Osgood.Boston: : Published by F. Gleason, at the Flag of Our Union Office, corner of Court and Tremont Streets., [1848?]
1848MassachusettsThe narrative of Lunsford Lane, formerly of Raleigh, N.C. : Embracing an account of his early life, the redemption, by purchase of himself and family from slavery, and his banishment from the place of his birth for the crime of wearing a colored skin.Lane, Lunsford, b. 1803.Boston: : Printed for the publisher : Hewes and Watson's print. No. 60--Congress St., 1848..
1848MassachusettsLights and shadows of sailor life, : as exemplified in fifteen years' experience, including the more thrilling events of the U.S. Exploring Expedition, and reminiscences of an eventful life on the "Mountain Wave."Clark, Joseph G.Boston: : Benjamin B. Mussey & Co. 29 Cornhill., 1848..
1848MassachusettsNarrative of William W. Brown, a fugitive slaveBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884.Boston : published at the Anti-slavery office, No. 21 Cornhill : Stereotyped by George A. Curtis; New England Type and Stereotype Foundery, 1848.
1848MassachusettsMr. Webster's speech, in the U.S. Senate, March 23, 1848, upon the war with Mexico.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.Boston: : 1848. Eastburn's Press., [1848]
1848MassachusettsMr. Webster's speech at Marshfield, Mass. : delivered September 1, 1848, and his speech on the Oregon bill, delivered in the United States Senate, August 12, 1848.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street., 1848.
1848MassachusettsThe Ethiopian glee book : a collection of popular Negro melodies, arranged for quartett clubsHowe, Elias, 1820-1895.Boston : published by Elias Howe, 1848, c1847. (Stereotyped by A.B.Kidder)
1848MassachusettsThe Ethiopian flute instructor : containing full and complete instructions, with all the popular Negro melodies of the day, including those of the Christy Minstrels, by Gumbo Chaff, A.M.A. Author of The Ethiopian Glee Book, Ethiopian Accordeon Instructor, Ethiopian Violin Instructor, &c., &c.Howe, Elias, 1820-1895.Boston : published and sold by Elias Howe; stereotyped by A.B. Kidder, c1848.
1848MassachusettsAbstract of the thirty-ninth annual report. 1848.American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions.[Boston : s.n.], [1848].
1848MassachusettsHotel keepers, head waiters, and housekeepers' guideCampbell, Tunis G.Boston : Printed by Coolidge and Wiley, 1848.
1848MassachusettsSixteenth annual report, presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 26, 1848. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Andrews & Prentiss, No. 11 Devonshire Street., 1848..
1848MassachusettsMemoir of William G. Crocker, late missionary in West Africa among the Bassas, : including a history of the Bassa mission.Medbery, R. B. (Rebecca B.), 1808-1868.Boston: : Gould, Kendall & Lincoln, 59 Washington Street., 1848..
1848MassachusettsPoemsLowell, James Russell, 1819-1891.Cambridge [Mass.]: : Published by George Nichols. ; Boston: : B.B. Mussey and Company., 1848..
1848MassachusettsA letter to the people of the United States touching the matter of slavery.Parker, Theodore, 1810-1860.Boston: : James Munroe and Company., MDCCCXLVIII [1848]..
1848MassachusettsA Few words to those who "can't vote for Van Buren.".Boston: : Sold by White & Potter, no. 15 State Street., 1848..
1848MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : National Anti-Slavery Bazaar, 1848 ; [Andrews and Prentiss].
1848MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : National Anti-Slavery Bazaar, 1848 ; [Andrews and Prentiss].
1848MassachusettsCass and Taylor on the slavery question.Boston: : 16 Devonshire Street...Damrell & Moore., 1848.
1848MissouriThe Western journal and civilian : devoted to agriculture, manufactures, mechanic arts, internal improvement, commerce, public policy, and polite literature.St. Louis, Mo. : Charles & Hammond, printers, 1848-1856.
1848New YorkLaurie Todd's Notes on Virginia: : with a chapter on Puritans, witches, and Friends.Thorburn, Grant, 1773-1863.New-York: : Printed and published for the author, by D. Fanshaw, 575 Broadway., 1848..
1848New YorkPeterboro, August 15, 1848. J.K. Ingalls, editor of the Landmark, New-York: : My Dear Sir,--I have your letter. I had learned, before receiving it, of the report in Buffalo, during the late convention there, that I was in favor of the nomination of Mr. Van Buren, and would vote for him. ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1848]
1848New YorkA letter to the Right Rev. L. Silliman Ives, : bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of North Carolina, occasioned by his late address to the convention of his diocese.Jay, William, 1789-1858.[New York? : s.n., 1848]
1848New YorkReport upon an individual of the Bushman tribe of Hottentots brought from the Cape of Good Hope, by Mr. Chase, United States Consul at the Cape.Lyceum of Natural History (New York, N.Y.)New-York: : Henry G. Langley, 5 Astor House, (Barclay-Street.), 1848..
1848New YorkThe eleventh annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1848.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board: at the Mission House, 23 Centre Street., 1848.
1848New YorkProceedings of the Utica Convention, : for the nomination of president and vice-president of the United States, held at Utica, N.Y., June 22nd, 1848. : "Free trade, free labor, free soil, free speech and free men."Democratic Party (N.Y.). State Convention (1848 : Utica, N.Y.)[Albany : Albany Atlas, 1848.]
1848New YorkOliver Dyer's phonographic report of the proceedings of the National Free Soil Convention at Buffalo, N.Y. August 9th and 10th, 1848. : Copyright secured according to law..Free Soil Party (U.S.). National Convention (1848 : Buffalo, N.Y.)[Buffalo, N.Y.] : Published by G.H. Derby & Co. 164 Main Street, Buffalo: Andrews & Boyle, 22 Spruce Street, New-York: and Dyer & Webster, at the Phonographic Rooms, 66 South Third St Philadelphia. : Steam press of Jewett, Thomas & Co. Commercial Advertiser buildings, Buffalo..
1848New YorkThe origin, progress, and conclusion of the Florida War; : to which is appended a record of officers, non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates of the U. S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, who were killed in battle or died of disease. As also the names of officers who were distinguished by brevets, and the names of others recommended. Together with the orders for collecting the remains of the dead in Florida, and the ceremony of interment at St. Augustine, East Florida, on the fourteenth day of August, 1842.Sprague, J. T. (John Titcomb), 1810-1878.New-York: : D. Appleton & Company, 200 Broadway. ; Philadelphia: : Geo. S. Appleton, 148 Chestnut-Street., 1848.
1848New YorkFreedom in new territories..Fine, John, 1784-1867.[Albany, N.Y.? : s.n., 1848]
1848New YorkThe great issue: : or, The three presidential candidates; being a brief historical sketch of the free soil question in the United States, from the congresses of 1774 and '87 to the present time.Gardiner, O. C. (Oliver Cromwell)New-York: : Wm. C. Bryant & Co., 18 Nassau-Street. ; Boston: : B.B. Mussey & Co., 29 Cornhill., 1848..
1848New YorkPeterboro, December 22, 1848. : Lewis Tappan, New-York, My dear Sir, I find that not a few are displeased with the letter, which I addressed to you as treasurer of the American Missionary Association ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[New York? : s.n., 1848?]
1848New YorkProceedings of the National Liberty Convention, held at Buffalo, N.Y., June 14th & 15th, 1848; : including the resolutions and addresses adopted by that body, and speeches of Beriah Green and Gerrit Smith on that occasion..Liberty Party (U.S.). National Convention (1848 : Buffalo, N.Y.)Utica [N.Y.]: : S.W. Green; Model Worker Office, 38 & 40 Genesee Street, third story., 1848..
1848New YorkThe annual report of the Alms House Commissioner ....New York (N.Y.). Commissioners of the Alms-House.[New York : printed by McSpedon & Baker?, 1848].
1848New YorkOration on the death of John Quincy Adams, : delivered before the legislature of the state of New-York, at Albany, on the 6th day of April, 1848,Seward, William Henry, 1801-1872.Albany [N.Y.]: : Charles Van Benthuysen, public printer., 1848..
1848New YorkThe Utica Convention. : Voice of New-York!! : Proceedings of the Utica Convention, February 16, 1848, with the speeches of John Van Buren, George Rathbun, &c. : "Free trade, free labor, free soil, free speech and free men."Democratic Party (N.Y.). State Convention (1848 : Utica, N.Y.)[Albany : Albany Atlas, 1848.]
1848New YorkThe writings of Cassius Marcellus Clay : including speeches and addressesClay, Cassius Marcellus, 1810-1903.New York : Harper & Brothers, publishers No. 82 Cliff Street, 1848.
1848New YorkJournal of an African cruiser : comprising sketches of the Canaries, the Cape de Verds, Liberia, Madeira, Sierra Leone, and other places of interest on the west coast of AfricaBridge, Horatio, 1806-1893.New York ; [London] : John Wiley, 161 Broadway, and 12 Paternoster Row, London, 1848.
1848New YorkThe school reader. Third book.Sanders, Charles W. (Charles Walton), 1805-1889.New York: : Mark H. Newman & Co., 199 Broadway; Wm. H. Moore & Co., Cincinnati; J.C. Ivison & Co., Auburn; Griggs, Bross & Co., Chicago., [1848?]
1848New YorkThe Black code of the District of Columbia, in force September 1st, 1848.Snethen, Worthington G. (Worthington Garrettson)New York: : Published for the A. & F. Anti-Slavery Society, by William Harned, 61 John Street, 1848.
1848New YorkThe illustrated New World; : containing an historical sketch of early voyages and discoveries; settlements; colonial, revolutionary, and federal history of the United States; together with a glance at the history of the South American states; the West India islands; the British and Russian possessions; and Greenland. Illustrated by over fifty engravings.Lossing, Benson John, 1813-1891.New York: : H. Phelps & Company, 124 Nassau Street., 1848..
1848New YorkA scriptural argument in favor of withdrawing fellowship from churches and ecclesiastical bodies tolerating slaveholding among them.McKeen, Silas, 1791-1877.New York: : Published by the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society : William Harned, publishing agent, 61 John Street., 1848..
1848New YorkJulia GreenSpencer, Frank. cmpNew York : Wm. Vanderbeek, agent, 479 Broadway : Boston : Oliver Ditson ; New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; c1848.
1848New YorkAristotle's Master piece..Aristotle's MasterpieceNew York: : Published for the trade., 1848..
1848New YorkAn investigation of the theories of the natural history of man, by Lawrence, Prichard, and others. : Founded upon animal analogies: and an outline of a new natural history of man, founded upon history, anatomy, physiology, and human analogies.Van Amringe, William Frederick, 1791-1873.New York: : Published by Baker & Scribner, 145 Nassau Street and 46 Park Row., 1848.
1848New YorkThe diplomatic and official papers of Daniel Webster, while Secretary of State.Webster, Daniel, 1782-1852.New York: : Harper & Brothers, publishers, 82 Cliff Street., 1848.
1848New YorkThe dark sett : the celebrated Negro quadrilles, as played by all the quadrille bandsNew York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co., no.1 Franklin Square, c1848.
1848New YorkThe free soil minstrel.New York: : Martyn & Ely, 162 Nassau St. : John J. Reed, stereotyper & printer, 16 Spruce St., 1848.
1848New YorkLife and adventures of the accomplished forger and swindler, Colonel Monroe Edwards..New York: : H. Long & Brother, 46, late 32 Ann St., 1848..
1848New YorkThe original Christy quadrillesNew York : Published by Millet's Music Saloon, 329 Broadway, c1848.
1848New YorkThe Liberty almanac for 1849.New York : published by the Am. & For. Anti-Slavery Society, William Harned, agent, [1848]
1848New YorkThe African widow.Dixon, Joseph.[New York] : Published by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New York., [not before 1848?].
1848New YorkEmigration to Liberia. : One-thousand applicants for a passage to Liberia in 1848. An appeal in behalf of two-hundred slaves liberated by Captain Isaac Ross. A brief history of the Ross slaves.New-York: : issued by the New-York State Colonization Society, from their office, Brick Church Chapel. 1848. : D. Fanshaw, book and job printer, 35 Ann, corner of Nassau-st., [1848].
1848New YorkAddress of the Democratic members of the legislature of the state of New-York.[Albany, N.Y. : Albany Atlas, April 1848]
1848OhioConsiderations upon the nature and tendency of free institutions.Grimké, Frederick, 1791-1863.Cincinnati: : H.W. Derby & Co., publishers. ; New-York: : A.S. Barnes & Co., 1848..
1848OhioThe great American question, democracy vs. doulocracy: or, Free soil, free labor, free men, & free speech, against the extension and domination of the slaveholding interest. : A letter addressed to each freeman of the United States, with special reference to his duty at the approaching election.Wilson, William, 1803-1873.Cincinnati [Ohio]: : E. Shepard's steam press., MDCCCXLVIII. [1848]
1848OhioAn inquiry into the nature of Hebrew servitudeBarron, Putnam.Oberlin : printed by J.M. Fitch, 1848.
1848OhioThe biography of elder David Purviance, : with his memoirs: containing his views on baptism, the divinity of Christ, and the atonement. Written by himself: with an appendix; giving biographical sketches of elders John Hardy, Reuben Dooly, William Dye [sic], Thomas Kyle, George Shidler, William Kinkade, Thomas Adams, Samuel Kyle, and Nathan Worley. Together, with a historical sketch of the great Kentucky revival.Purviance, Levi.Dayton [Ohio]. : Published for the author by B.F. & G.W. Ells., 1848.
1848OhioPaul and Virginia:Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de, 1737-1814.Dayton, O. : Published by B.F. Ells., 1848.
1848OhioMiscellaneous poems; moral, religious, and sentimental.Harvey, John, 1800-1872.Cincinnati [Ohio]: : Published by James Harvey., 1848.
1848OhioAddresses and proceedings of the State Independent Free Territory Convention of the People of Ohio, : held at Columbus, June 20 and 21, 1848.State Independent Free Territory Convention of the People of Ohio (1848 : Columbus, Ohio)Cincinnati [Ohio]: : Printed at the Herald Office, Walnut Street, below Second., 1848.
1848OhioThe New negro forget-me-not songster: : containing all the new negro songs ever published, with a choice collection of ballad songs, now sung in concerts.Cincinnati [Ohio]: : Stratton & Barnard, 121 Main St., 1848.
1848PennsylvaniaReply to the review by Mr. Avequin, of New Orleans, of M'Culloh's report on sugar. : Published in De Bow's Commercial review..McCulloh, R. S. (Richard Sears), 1818-1894.Philadelphia: : C. Sherman, printer., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaEastern life, present and past.Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.Philadelphia: : Lea and Blanchard., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaThe twelfth annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 50 North Fourth Street., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaThe tales of Peter Parley about Africa. With engravings.Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860.Philadelphia : Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1848, [c1830] [Printed by Smith & Peters]
1848PennsylvaniaAn historical memoir of the Pennsylvania Society : for promoting the abolition of slavery ; the relief of free negroes unlawfully held in bondage, and for improving the condition of the African racePennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : Merrihew and Thompson, Printers, 1848.
1848PennsylvaniaFourteenth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the committee, appointed on the 14th September, 1793, : by the citizens of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties, and the District of Southwark, to attend to and alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted with the malignant fever, prevalent in the city and its vicinity. : with an appendix.Philadelphia (Pa.). Committee to Attend to and Alleviate the Sufferings of the Afflicted with the Malignant Fever.Philadelphia: : Printed by order of the Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaThe twentieth annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaAn historical memoir of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery; the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race.Needles, Edward.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaAn address delivered at the laying of the corner stone of the House of Refuge for Colored Juvenile Delinquents : on Saturday, July 1, 1848Barclay, James J., 1794-1885.Philadelphia : T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers, 1848.
1848PennsylvaniaThe "People's" Music Store : a new and popular song dedicated to the ladies one and allJohnston, Edw. R. (Edward R.)[Philadelphia : s.n.], c1848.
1848PennsylvaniaThe knights of the seal; or, The mysteries of the three cities. : A romance of men's hearts and habits.Duganne, A. J. H. (Augustine Joseph Hickey), 1823-1884.Philadelphia: : G.B. Zieber & Co., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaAn appeal to those members of the Society of Friends who, knowing the principles of the abolitionists, stand aloof from the anti-slavery enterprise.Lewis, Graceanna, 1821-1912.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 1848?]
1848PennsylvaniaMajor Jones's sketches of travel, : comprising the scenes, incidents, and adventures in his tour from Georgia to Canada. With eight original engravings from designs by Darley, engraved by Gilbert and Gihon.Jones, Joseph, 1812-1882.Philadelphia: : Carey & Hart., 1848.
1848PennsylvaniaMemoir of Miss Margaret Mercer.Morris, Caspar, 1805-1884.Philadelphia: : Lindsay and Blakiston., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaThe nineteenth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Transmitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1848..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Ed. Barrington and Geo. D. Haswell., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaCircus. Proprietor, Mr. Welch. : First tier & parquette, 25 cents. Private boxes, 50 cents. Second tier, 12 1/2 cents. Colored gallery, 25 cents. Clown to the circle, Dan Rice. Equestrian director Mr. Cadwallader. Ring master Mr. F. Whittaker. Final benefit of Madame Macarte. This, Tuesday evening, Feb. 15th, the performance will commence with an act of horsemanship by Frank Pastor. Master Richard Rivers will represent an equestrian scene of imitation, entitled Marble statues of demi gods and heroes ... Mr. Charles Rogers, ... will have the honor of appearing in a double equestrian act, with M. Macarte, inroducing [sic] La Polka. Vaulting by the whole company. Mr. J.J. Nathans, will appear in his unequalled double act Comic song by the clown, Dan Rice. The last appearance of Madame Marie Macarte will be in her single horse act, ... That most excellent acrobat, Frederick Rivers, will, for the first time, appear in the equilibric traverse journey over the azure globe. The performance will commence with the grand classic spectacle, in three acts, produced under the direction of Mr. Joseph Foster, entitled the Merchant's steed of Syracuse, or The friendship of Damon & Pythias ...National Circus.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : C. Alexander, printer, Franklin Place, Philadelphia., [1848]
1848PennsylvaniaCaptains Drayton and Sayres : or The way in which Americans are treated, for aiding the cause of liberty at home.[Philadelphia?] : Published by the Eastern Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, at the Anti-Slavery office, 31 N. ... , [1848?].
1848PennsylvaniaThe American female poets: : with biographical and critical notices,Philadelphia: : Lindsay & Blakiston., 1848..
1848PennsylvaniaThe Independent republic of Liberia; : its constitution and declaration of independence; address of the colonists to the free people of color in the United States, with other documents; issued chiefly for the use of the free people of color..Philadelphia: : William F. Geddes, printer, 112 Chestnut Street., 1848..
1848ScotlandThe natural history of the human species, : its typical forms, primaeval distribution, filiations, and migrations. Illustrated by thirty-four coloured plates with portrait and vignette.Smith, Charles Hamilton.Edinburgh: : W.H. Lizars, 3, St. James' Square: ; [London] : Samuel Highley, 32, Fleet Street, London: and all booksellers., 1848.
1848South CarolinaThe planter's guide, and family book of medicine; : for the instruction and use of planters, families, country people, and all others who may be out of the reach of physicians, or unable to employ them.Simons, J. Hume.Charleston, S.C.: : M'Carter & Allen. ; Columbia: : Allen, M'Carter, & Co., c1848.
1848South CarolinaThe Negro law of South Carolina,O'Neall, John Belton, 1793-1863.Columbia: : Printed by John G. Bowman., 1848..
1848South CarolinaThe anniversary address of the State Agricultural Society of South Carolina : delivered in the hall of the House of Representatives, November 30, 1848Elliott, William, 1788-1863.Columbia, S.C. : Printed by John G. Bowman, 1848.
1848United StatesNo extension of slavery.Free Soil Party (U.S.)[United States : s.n., 1848]
1848VermontThe slave's lamentation..Bush, Fairbanks.[Vermont? : s.n., 1848?]
1848VirginiaReport of the select committee appointed under a resolution of the House to enquire into the existing legislation of Congress upon the subject of fugitive slaves, and to suggest such additional legislation as may be proper.Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Select Committee to Enquire into the Existing Legislation of Congress upon the Subject of Fugitive Slaves.[Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1848]
1849ConnecticutSpeeches of Messrs. Hayne and Webster, in the United States Senate, on the resolution of Mr. Foot, January, 1830.Hayne, Robert Young, 1791-1839.New Haven [Conn.]: : Printed by J.H. Benham., 1849.
1849ConnecticutPrison life and reflections; or, A narrative of the arrest, trial, conviction, imprisonment, treatment, observations, reflections, and deliverance of Work, Burr, and Thompson, : who suffered an unjust and cruel imprisonment in Missouri Penetentiary, for attempting to aid some slaves to liberty. Three parts in one volume.Thompson, George, d. 1893.Hartford [Conn.]: : Published by A. Work., 1849.
1849ConnecticutThe baptism of sufferings. : A sermon preached in the chapel of the Theological Institute of Connecticut, February 28, 1849, at the ordination of Rev. Josiah Tyler, as a missionary to the Zulus of South Africa.Gale, Nahum, 1812-1876.Hartford; : Press of Case, Tiffany and Company., 1849..
1849ConnecticutHistorical sketches of MeridenPerkins, G. W. (George William), 1804-1856.West Meriden [Conn.] : Published by Franklin E. Hinman, 1849.
1849District of ColumbiaCalifornia and New Mexico : Speech of Mr. John A. Rockwell, of Connecticut, in relation to slavery in the territories : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 17, 1849.Rockwell, John A. (John Arnold), 1803-1861.Washington [D.C.] : printed by J. & G.S. Gideon, 1849.
1849District of ColumbiaLecture on the North and the South, : delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16, 1849.Fisher, Elwood, 1808-1862.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by John T. Towers., 1849..
1849District of ColumbiaSpeech of R.W. Thompson, of Indiana, on the slavery question. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 25, 1849.Thompson, Richard W. (Richard Wigginton), 1809-1900.[Washington, D.C.] : Towers, printer, Franklin Building, corner of Louisiana avenue and Sixth street., [1849]
1849District of ColumbiaSpeech of Mr. Jas. Wilson, of N. Hampshire, : on the political influence of slavery, and the expediency of permitting slavery in the territories recently acquired from Mexico: delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 16, 1849.Wilson, James, 1797-1881.Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon., 1849.
1849District of ColumbiaMr. Schenck--in reply to Mr. Giddings. : Speech of Mr. Robert C. Schenck, of Ohio, in the House of Representatives, December 27, 1849, in debate upon a resolution to appoint the standing committees, and in reply to Mr. Giddings.Schenck, Robert Cumming, 1809-1890.[Washington, D.C.] : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office., [1849]
1849District of ColumbiaRepublic of Liberia--statistics of the republic--benefits resulting from colonizationAmerican Colonization Society.[Washington, D.C.? : s.n.], [1849].
1849District of ColumbiaPayment for slaves. : Speech of Mr. J.R. Giddings, of Ohio, on the bill to pay the heirs of Antonio Pacheco for a slave sent west of the Mississippi with the Seminole Indians in 1838. : Made in the House of Representatives, Dec. 28, 1848, and Jan. 6, 1849..Giddings, Joshua R. (Joshua Reed), 1795-1864.Washington: : printed by Buell & Blanchard., 1849..
1849EnglandThe island of Cuba: : its resources, progress, and prospects, considered in relation especially to the influence of its prosperity on the interests of the British West India Colonies.Madden, Richard Robert, 1798-1886.London: : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. ; Dublin: : James R. Gilpin, 59, Dame-Street., 1849..
1849EnglandAutobiography and select remains of the late Samuel Roberts.Roberts, Samuel, 1763-1848.London: : Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster Row., 1849.
1849EnglandThe Kafirs illustrated in a series of drawings taken among the Amazulu, Amaponda, and Amakosa tribes : also, portraits of the Hottentot, Malay, Fingo, and other races inhabiting southern Africa : together with sketches of landscape scenery in the Zulu country, Natal, and the Cape ColonyAngas, George French, 1822-1886.London : Published by J. Hogarth, 1849 [Printed by G. Barclay]
1849EnglandA narrative of the Wesleyan mission to Jamaica; : with occasional remarks on the state of society in that colony.Duncan, Peter, 1798-1862.London: : Partridge and Oakey, Paternoster Row; : sold by J. Mason, City Road and Paternoster Row. ; [Clapham] : Meaden, printer, Clapham., 1849..
1849EnglandMemoir of Thomas Burchell : twenty-two years a missionary in JamaicaBurchell, William Fitzer.London : Benjamin L. Green, Paternoster Row : J. Haddon, printer, Castle Street, Finsbury, 1849.
1849EnglandFacts relating to north-eastern Texas, : condensed from notes during a tour through that portion of the United States of America, for the purpose of examining the country as a field for emigration. : Embracing the climate--topography--soil--wood--[etc.] ... : With a map reduced from the last authentic survey.Barrow, John, civil engineer.London: : Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers' Hall Court. Foster, Kirkby Lonsdale., 1849..
1849EnglandA view of the art of colonization, : with present reference to the British Empire; in letters between a statesman and a colonist.Wakefield, Edward Gibbon, 1796-1862.London: : John W. Parker, West Strand., M DCCC XLIX. [1849]
1849EnglandKaloolah, or Journeyings to the Djébel Kumri: : an autobiography of Jonathan Romer.Mayo, William Starbuck, 1812-1895.London: : David Bogue, 86 Fleet-Street., 1849..
1849EnglandCorrespondence with the British commissioners at Sierra Leone, Havana, the Cape of Good Hope, Jamaica, Loanda, and the Cape Verd Islands : and reports from British vice-admiralty courts, and from British naval officers, relating to the slave trade. From April 1, 1848, to March 31, 1849Great Britain. Foreign OfficeLondon : printed by T.R. Harrison and Son, [1849].
1849EnglandThe fiftith annual report of the Religious Tract Society, : for circulating religious publications in the British dominions and foreign countries. Instituted A.D. M.DCC.XCIX. 1849.Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)London: : Sold at the depository, 56, Paternoster Row, and 65, St. Paul's Churchyard; also by J. Nisbet and Co., Berners Street, Oxford Street; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and John Robertson, 3, Grafton Street, Dublin., [1849]
1849EnglandThe historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia; : expressing the cosmographie and comodities of the country, togither with the manners and customes of the people.Strachey, William, 1572?-1621.London: : Printed for the Hakluyt Society., 1849.
1849EnglandThe Niger trade considered in connexion with the African blockade, : illustrated by a map compiled from recent travels.Stephen, George, Sir, 1794-1879.London: : Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers' Hall Court; George Philip and Son, Liverpool; and John Mylrea, Isle of Man., 1849.
1849EnglandOn the sources of the Nile : being an attempt to assign the limits of the basin of that riverBeke, Charles T. (Charles Tilstone), 1800-1874.London : printed by Richard and John E. Taylor, 1849.
1849EnglandThe man: the hero: the Christian! : A eulogium on the life and character of Thomas Clarkson: : delivered in New York, Dec. 1846.Crummell, Alexander, 1819-1898.[London] : Houlston and Stoneman, Paternoster-Row: and C. Gilpin, Bishopsgate Without, London. ; [Bristol] : John Wright, Steam Press, Bristol., 1849.
1849EnglandExpedition to discover the sources of the White Nile, in the years 1840, 1841.Werne, Ferdinand.London: : Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, publisher in ordinary to Her Majesty., 1849.
1849EnglandOtia ægyptiaca : Discourses on Egyptian archæology and hieroglyphical discoveriesGliddon, George R. (George Robins), 1809-1857.London : James Madden ; Paris : Hector Bossange ; New York : Bartlett and Welford ; Philadelphia : John Penington, 1849 [London : printed by Bateman & Hardwicke].
1849EnglandReport of the acting committee to the standing committee of West India Planters and Merchants, : at their half-yearly meeting, held at the West India Committee Rooms, No. 12, Old Jewry Chambers, on the 28th March, 1849.West India Planters and Merchants (London, England)London: : Printed at the Milton Press, Chandos Street, corner of Charing Cross Hospital, Strand., 1849.
1849EnglandSix months' service in the African blockade, : from April to October, 1848, in command of H.M.S. Bonetta.Forbes, Frederick E. (Frederick Edwyn)London: :Richard Bentley, New Burlington-Street ... ,1849..
1849EnglandMemoir of the Rev. Josiah Pratt, B.D. : late vicar of St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, and for twenty-one years Secretary of the Church Missionary Society.Pratt, Josiah.London: : Seeleys, 54 Fleet Street, and Hanover Street, Hanover Square., 1849..
1849EnglandAmerican scenes, and Christian slavery: : a recent tour of four thousand miles in the United States.Davies, Ebenezer, 1808-1882.London: : John Snow, 35, Paternoster Row., MDCCCXLIX. [1849]
1849EnglandA residence at Sierra Leone. : Described from a journal kept on the spot, and from letters written to friends at home.Colville of Culross, Elizabeth Colville, LadyLondon: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., 1849..
1849EnglandAmerica: a four years' residence in the United States and Canada; : giving a full and fair description of the country, as it really is, with the manners, customs, & character of the inhabitants; anecdotes of persons and institutions, prices of land and produce, state of agriculture and manufactures.Brown, William, Leeds clothierLeeds: : Printed for the author by Kemplay and Bolland, 19, Commercial-Street., 1849..
1849EnglandAddress to the Royal Geographical Society of London; : delivered at the anniversary meeting on the 28th May, 1849. : Preceded by brief addresses on presenting the medals awarded by the council of the society.Hamilton, William John, 1805-1867.London: : printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street., 1849..
1849EnglandAdventures in the Libyan desert and the oäsis of Jupiter Ammon.St. John, Bayle, 1822-1859.London: : John Murray, Albemarle Street., 1849..
1849EnglandExcursions in Southern Africa, including a history of the Cape Colony, an account of the native tribes, etc.Napier, Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers, 1808-1870.London: : William Shoberl, publisher, 20 Great Marlborough Street., 1849..
1849EnglandTravels of His Royal Highness Prince Adalbert of Prussia : in the south of Europe and in Brazil, with a voyage up the Amazon and XingAdalbert, Prinz von Preussen, 1811-1873.London : David Bogue, 1849 [Printed by Richard and John Edward Taylor].
1849EnglandChurch missionary intelligencer.London : Seeleys, 1849-1927.
1849EnglandFree trade in Negroes..London: : John Ollivier, 59, Pall Mall., April, 1849..
1849EnglandMosquito, Nicaragua, and Costa-Rica.London: : Effingham Wilson, 11, Royal Exchange; John mortimer, 15, Beaufort Buildings, Strand; W. Thomas, 21, Catherine-Street, Strand; and all booksellers., [1849]
1849EnglandTreaty containing the accession of Belgium to the treaty signed at London, December 20, 1841, for the suppression of the African slave trade. : Signed at London, February 24, 1848. : With a protocol relating thereto. : Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. June 28, 1849..London: : printed by Harrison and Son., [1849]
1849FranceHistoire générale des races humaines ou Philosophie ethnographiqueSalle, Eusèbe de, 1796-1872.Paris. : Benjamin Duprat, libraire de l'Institut, 7, cloître St-Benoit. Pagnerre, éditeur, rue de Seine, 14 bis., 1849.
1849KentuckyThe question of Negro slavery and the new constitution of KentuckyBreckinridge, Robert J. (Robert Jefferson), 1800-1871.[Lexington, Ky.? : s.n., 1849?]
1849LouisianaFrançois Dusuau de la Croix and others, ats. Edmund P. Gaines, and Myra, his wife. : In chancery, no. 1731. Circuit Court of the United States, in and for the Fifth Judicial Circuit, holding sessions at New Orleans, in the district of Louisiana..Delacroix, François Dussua defendant.New-Orleans: : Joseph Cohn, printer, no. 31 Poydras Street., 1849..
1849MarylandHistory of Maryland; : from its first settlement in 1634, to the year 1848.McSherry, James, 1819-1869.Baltimore: : Printed and published by John Murphy, no. 178 Market Street. Sold by booksellers generally., MDCCCXLIX. [1849]
1849MarylandMatchett's Baltimore director, for 1849 '50; : containing the names, dwellings and occupations of the householders, an engraved map of the city, with references designating the wards and public buildings; directions for finding the streets, lanes, avenues, squares, wharves, &c. an alphabetical arrangement of the subscribers under their respective business heads, forming a business director, with an appendix, containing the city government, list of city officers, banks, and directors, churches and ministers, medical and literary institutions, public conveyances, and other useful information.Matchett's Baltimore director. 1849.Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed and published by R.J. Matchett, corner Pratt and Gay Streets,--up stairs., 1849.
1849MassachusettsLate and early poems,Tappan, William B. (William Bingham), 1794-1849.Worcester [Mass.]: : Jonathan Grout, Jr., MDCCCLIX. [i.e., 1849]
1849MassachusettsPoemsLowell, James Russell, 1819-1891.Boston: : Ticknor, Reed, and Fields., MDCCCXLIX. [1849]
1849MassachusettsGleanings from the portfolio of the "Young 'un" : A series of humorous sketches ; Illustrated by Hitchcock.Burnham, Geo. P. (George Pickering), 1814-1902.Boston : Published by R.B. Fitts & Co., "American Union" office, 22 School Street : Stacy , Richardson and Company, printers, No. 11 Milk street, 1849.
1849MassachusettsNarrative of Henry Box Brown, who escaped from slavery enclosed in a box 3 feet long and 2 wideBrown, Henry Box, b. 1816.Boston : Brown & Stearns, [l849]
1849MassachusettsThe earth and man: : lectures on comparative physical geography, in its relation to the history of mankind.Guyot, A. (Arnold), 1807-1884.Boston: : Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 59 Washington Street., 1849..
1849MassachusettsReport of the minority of the committee : upon the petitions of John T. Hilton and others, colored citizens of Boston, praying for the abolition of the Smith School, and that colored children may be permitted to attend the other schools of the cityBoston (Mass.). School Committee. 1849.Boston : Printed by order of the School Committee; J. H. Eastburn, City Printer, 1849.
1849MassachusettsPoemsWhittier, John Greenleaf, 1807-1892.Boston: : Benjamin B. Mussey & Co., 1849.
1849MassachusettsReport of a special committee of the Grammar School Board, presented August 29, 1849, on the petition of sundry colored persons, praying for the abolition of the Smith School: with an appendix.Boston (Mass.). School Committee. 1849.Boston : J.H. Eastburn, City Printer, 1849.
1849MassachusettsHuman life: : illustrated my individual experience as a child, a youth, and a man.Wright, Henry Clarke, 1797-1870.Boston: : Published by Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill., 1849.
1849MassachusettsArgument of Charles Sumner, Esq., against the constitutionality of separate colored schools, : in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. The City of Boston. Before the Supreme Court of Mass., Dec 4, 1849.Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.Boston: : Published by B.F. Roberts, 1849. Printed at No. 3 Cornhill., [1849]
1849MassachusettsReport of the committee on slavery, to the Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts. : Presented May 30, 1849.Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts (1849 : Boston, Mass.)Boston: : Press of T.R. Marvin, 24 Congress Street., 1849.
1849MassachusettsThe black avenger of the Spanish Main: or, The fiend of blood. : A thrilling story of the buccaneer times.Buntline, Ned, 1822 or 3-1886.Boston: : Published by F. Gleason, at the Flag of Our Union Office, corner of Court and Tremont Streets., 1849..
1849MassachusettsThe anti-slavery harp : a collection of songs for anti-slavery meetingsBrown, William Wells, 1814?-1884 comp.Boston : published by Bela Marsh, No. 25 Cornhill : Abner Forbes, printer, No. 37, Cornhill, Boston, 1849.
1849MassachusettsSeventeenth annual report, presented to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, by its Board of Managers, January 24, 1849. : With an appendix..Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.Boston: : Printed by Andrews & Prentiss, No. 11 Devonshire Street., 1849..
1849MassachusettsSecond annual report of the Corresponding Secretary of the Universalist General Reform Association : read at Boston, May 31, 1849.Universalist General Reform Association.Boston : Abel Tompkins, 1849.
1849MassachusettsMemoir of Rev. Abel BrownBrown, C. S. (Catharine S.)Worcester : published by the author, 1849.
1849MassachusettsA review of the causes and consequences of the Mexican war.Jay, William, 1789-1858.Boston: : Benjamin B. Mussey & Co.; ; [Philadelphia] : Uriah Hunt & Co., Philadelphia; ; [New York] : W.W. Dodd, New York., 1849..
1849MassachusettsA review of the causes and consequences of the Mexican war.Jay, William, 1789-1858.Boston: : Benjamin B. Mussey & Co.; ; [Philadelphia] : Uriah Hunt & Co., Philadelphia; ; [New York] : M.W. Dodd, New York., 1849..
1849MassachusettsAn address on slavery. : Delivered in Danvers, Mass.,Foster, Daniel, 1816-1864.Boston: : Published by Bela Marsh, 25 Cornhill., 1849..
1849MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : National Anti-Slavery Bazaar, 1849 ; [Andrews and Prentiss].
1849MassachusettsThe Lady's writing book..[Boston] : Made and sold by W.J. Reynolds & Co., booksellers and stationers, 24 Cornhill, Boston., [between 1849 and 1855]
1849Massachusetts'Thoughts on slavery,' rebutted by other thoughts on the same subject, : being a review of a pamphlet issued from the press of Daniel Bixby & Co.--Lowell, Mass. 1848.Lowell [Mass.]: : Published by Milton Bonney., 1849.
1849MassachusettsThe Liberty bellBoston : National Anti-Slavery Bazaar, 1849 ; [Andrews and Prentiss].
1849MississippiArgument for the defendant, in the case of Benjamin D. Harris vs. James M. Wall, in the Supreme Court of the United StatesWall, James (James M.)Jackson [Miss.] : Printed by Price and Fall, 1849.
1849MissouriSpeech of the Hon. Thos. H. Benton : delivered at Fayette, Howard County, Missouri, on Saturday, the first of September, 1849.Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858.Jefferson City, Mo. : James Lusk---printer, 1849.
1849MissouriSpeech of Hon. T.H. Benton, to the people of Missouri : delivered in the capitol in the city of Jefferson, May 26, 1849.Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858.Jefeerson [sic] City, Mo. : James Lusk, printer, [1849].
1849NetherlandsBeschouwingen betreffende de vrijverklaring der slaven in de Kolonie Suriname.Palthe Wesenhagen, Johannes Christian.Te Amsterdam, : Bij G. Portielje., 1849.
1849New HampshireA collection from the miscellaneous writings of Nathaniel Peabody Rogers.Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody, 1794-1846.Manchester, N.H.: : William H. Fisk. ; Boston: : Benj. B. Mussey & Co., 1849.
1849New YorkPeterboro, August 25, 1849. Chancellor Walworth: : Dear Sir: I have read a paper, signed by yourself, as chairman of a committee. I found it among the proceedings of a convention, held in Rome 15th instant. In that paper you claim, that democracy and slavery may be in full fellowship with each other; ...Smith, Gerrit, 1797-1874.[Peterboro, N.Y.? : s.n., 1849]
1849New YorkThe following resolutions, : being substantially the same as those offered at two of its previous meetings, were, with the exception of one dissenting voice in the cases of nos. 4, 6, and 9, passed unanimously by the Church of Peterboro, June 1st, 1849.Church of Peterboro (Peterboro, N.Y.)[Peterboro, N.Y. : s.n., 1849]
1849New YorkAnnual report of the Board of Education of District Number 5, in the town of Flushing, L.I., and state of New-York, : for the year ending July 1, 1849..Flushing (New York, N.Y.). Board of Education.Flushing: : Printed by Charles R Lincoln., 1849.
1849New YorkFifth annual report of City Missionary, for the Destitute Portion of the Coloured Population.American Missionary Association.[New York : Published by order of the Executive Committee of the American Missionary Association, 1849]
1849New YorkThe twelfth annual report of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented to the General Assembly in May, 1849.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (Old School). Board of Foreign MissionsNew-York: : Published for the board: at the Mission House, 23 Centre Street., 1849.
1849New YorkKaloolah, or Journeyings to the Djébel Kumri: : an autobiography of Jonathan Romer.Mayo, William Starbuck, 1812-1895.New-York: : George P. Putnam, 155 Broadway. ; London: : David Bogue, 86 Fleet-Street., 1849..
1849New YorkA history of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America.Wilberforce, Samuel, 1805-1873.New-York: : Stanford and Swords, 137, Broadway,, 1849.
1849New YorkBrown's abridged journal : containing a brief account of the life, trials and travels of Geo. S. Brown, six years a missionary in Liberia, West Africa: a miracle of God's grace.Brown, George S., 1821-Troy, N.Y. : Press of Prescott & Wilson, 1849.
1849New YorkThe history of American slavery and Methodism, from 1780 to 1849: : and History of the Wesleyan Methodist Connection of America; in two parts, with an appendix.Matlack, Lucius C.[New York] : No. 5 Spruce Street, New York., 1849..
1849New YorkKaloolah, or Journeyings to the Djébel Kumri: : an autobiography of Jonathan Romer.Mayo, William Starbuck, 1812-1895.New-York: : George P. Putnam, 55 Broadway ; London: : David Bogue, 86 Fleet-Street, 1849..
1849New YorkCommence ye darkies all : plantation melodyCorrister, W. D. cmpNew York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co. 1 Franklin Sq. ; Syracuse : T. Hough ; Buffalo : J. Sage & Son., c1849.
1849New YorkNarrative of Nehemiah Caulkins, an extract from "American slavery, as it is."Caulkins, Nehemiah.New York : American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, 1849.
1849New YorkAristotle's Master piece..Aristotle's MasterpieceNew York: : Published for the trade., 1849..
1849New YorkNarrative of Nehemiah Caulkins, : an extract from "American slavery, as it is."Caulkins, Nehemiah.New York: : Published by the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. William Harned, publishing agent, 61 John Street, 1849..
1849New YorkThoughts upon the incorporation of Cuba into the American confederation, : in contra-position to those published by Don José Antonio Saco.Betancourt Cisneros, Gaspar, 1803-1866.New York: : Printed at the Office of "La Verdad." No. 102 Nassau Street, (corner of Ann-Street.), 1849.
1849New YorkSights in the gold region, and scenes by the way.Johnson, Theodore T. (Theodore Taylor), b. 1818.New York: : Baker and Scribner, 145 Nassau Street and 36 Park Row., 1849..
1849New YorkAnnual report of the Alms House Commissioner, for the year 1848..New York (N.Y.). Commissioners of the Alms-House.New York: : printed by McSpedon & Baker, no. 25 Pine Street., 1849..
1849New YorkNarrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb, an American slaveBibb, Henry, b. 1815.New York : published by the author; 5 Spruce Street, 1849 ; (MacDonald & Lee, Printers)
1849New YorkResolutions of the Wisconsin legislature, on the subject of slavery; : with the speech of Samuel D. Hastings, in the Assembly, Madison, January 27, 1849..Hastings, Samuel D. (Samuel Dexter), 1816-1903.New York: : William Harned, 61 John Street., 1849..
1849New YorkNelly was a lady : a beautiful Ethiopian melodyFoster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864. cmpNew York : Firth, Pond & Co.,1 Franklin Sq., c1849.
1849New YorkTwo lectures on the connection between the Biblical and physical history of man. : Delivered by invitation, from the chair of political economy, etc., of the Louisiana University, in December 1848.Nott, Josiah Clark, 1804-1873.New York: : Bartlett and Welford, no. 7 Astor House., 1849..
1849New YorkRosa's wedding day.White, Charles, 1821-1891. cmpNew York, : Published by Firth, Pond & Co., No. 1, Franklyn Square, New York, c1849.
1849New YorkNarrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb : an American slaveBibb, Henry, b. 1815.New York : published by the author; 5 Spruce Street, 1849 [MacDonald & Lee, printers].
1849New YorkNelly was a lady : a beautiful Ethiopian melodyFoster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864. cmpNew York : Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Sq., c1849.
1849New YorkDolcy JonesFoster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864.New York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co. 1 Franklin Sq., c1849.
1849New YorkOur cousins in Ohio,Howitt, Mary Botham, 1799-1888.New York: : Collins & Brother, publishers, no. 254 Pearl Street., 1849..
1849New YorkThe democracy of Christianity : or, An analysis of the Bible and its doctrines in their relation to the principle of democracy. Vol. I [-Vol. II]Goodell, William, 1792-1878.New York : Cady & Burgess, 1849-1852 [Day & Barber, printers].
1849New YorkMy brudder GumFoster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864. cmpNew York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co. 1 Franklin Sq., c1849.
1849New YorkSketches of reforms and reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland.Stanton, Henry B. (Henry Brewster), 1805-1887.New York: : John Wiley, 161 Broadway. And 13 Paternoster Row, London., 1849.
1849New YorkThe old pine tree : a favorite Ethiopian songWhite, Charles, 1821-1891. cmpNew York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co. 1 Franklin Sq., 1849.
1849New YorkImpromptu burlesque pour le piano forte : sur des melodies populaires des Christy's MenestrelsNew York : Published by Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Sq. ; Paris : Schonenberger & Co. ; Mayence [Germany] : Schott et fils ; London : D'Almaine & Co., c1849.
1849New YorkAddress to the inhabitants of New Mexico and California, : on the omission by Congress to provide them with territorial governments, and on the social and political evils of slavery..New York: : Published by the Am. & For. Anti-Slavery Society, William Harned, agent, no. 61 John Street., 1849..
1849OhioMinutes and address of the State Convention of the Colored Citizens of Ohio, convened at Columbus, January 10th, 11th, 12th, & 13th, 1849.State Convention of the Colored Citizens of Ohio (1849 : Columbus, Ohio)Oberlin : From J.M. Fitch's Power Press, 1849.
1849OhioReview of Ellwood Fisher's lecture, on the North and the South.Mussey, Osgood.Cincinnati: : Wright, Fisher & Co. printers, Gazette Buildings., 1849..
1849OhioA lecture on African colonization : Including a brief outline of the slave trade, emancipation, the relation of the republic of Liberia to England, &c. ; Delivered in the hall of the House of Representatives of the state of OhioChristy, David, b. 1802.Cincinnati : printed by J.A. & U.P. James, 1849.
1849OhioLecture on the North and the South, : delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16, 1849.Fisher, Elwood, 1808-1862.Cincinnati: : Daily Chronicle Job Rooms, between Main and Sycamore,, 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children..Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1849]
1849PennsylvaniaThe female poets of AmericaGriswold, Rufus W. (Rufus Wilmot), 1815-1857.Philadelphia : Carey and Hart, 1849, [c1848 ; New York : C. C. Savage, stereotyper. T. K. & P. G. Collins, printers].
1849PennsylvaniaSpeech of Hon. Horace Mann, of Massachusetts, on slavery and the slave-trade in the District of Columbia, : delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 23, 1849..Mann, Horace, 1796-1859.[Philadelphia] : Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, no. 31 N. Fifth St., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaThe thirteenth annual report of the Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans.Association for the Care of Coloured Orphans (Cheyney, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 50 N. Fourth Street., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaSlavery unmasked & deprecated,Smith, Henry Wisner.Montrose, Pa., : O.G. Hempstead, printer., 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaFifteenth annual report of the Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia Female Anti-slavery Society.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, no. 7 Carter's Alley., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaThe female poets of America.Griswold, Rufus W. (Rufus Wilmot), 1815-1857.Philadelphia: : Carey and Hart, Chesnut Street., MDCCCXLIX [1849].
1849PennsylvaniaAn address to our fellow members of the Religious Society of Friends : on the subject of slavery and the slave-trade in the western world,Philadelphia Free Produce Association of Friends.Philadelphia: : [s.n.], 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaA history of colonization on the western coast of AfricaAlexander, Archibald, 1772-1851.Philadelphia : William S. Martien, 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color.Association of Friends for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the Free People of Color.Philadelphia. : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley, 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaAnnual report of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : Presented May, 1849.Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of MissionsPhiladelphia: : Published by the board. Wm. S. Martien, printer., 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaObservations on the size of the brain in various races and families of man.Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.[Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1849?]
1849PennsylvaniaThe twenty-first annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaThe twenty-second annual report of the House of Refuge of Philadelphia. : With an appendix..House of Refuge (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Published by order of the contributors. T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers., 1850..
1849PennsylvaniaCatalogue of skulls of man and the inferior animals : in the collection of Samuel George Morton, M.D., Penn. and Edinb. Vice President of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Author of "Crania Americana," "Crania Aegyptiaca," etc.Morton, Samuel George, 1799-1851.Philadelphia: : Merrihew & Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaThe slave question.Carey, Henry Charles, 1793-1879.[Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1849]
1849PennsylvaniaReport of the Committee on the Comparative Health, Mortality, Length of Sentences, &c., of White and Colored Convicts. : Read before the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons, November, 1849, and ordered to be published.Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1849]
1849PennsylvaniaLook for the monster lamp!! You cannot miss its light. : Has arrived, Mad'lle Macfarland! the celebrated danseuse, from the St. Charles, New Orleans, Havana and other theatres. She will make her first appearance on Monday evening, November 19 and continue all the week. ... Also engaged, the celebrated Greek positionist, Mons. Dubarre ... Winnemore's mammoth band of serenaders! comprising 11 artistes of the first order. ... Programme. ... A Saturday night in Old Virginny. ... Other novelties engaged, and will shortly appear. Doors open at 6 1/2 o'clock. To commence at 7 1/2 o'clock.Winnemore's Serenaders.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : United States Steam Job Printing Office, Ledger Building, Philadelphia., [1849]
1849PennsylvaniaA scriptural view of woman's rights and duties, in all the important relations of life;Wilson, Elizabeth.Philadelphia: : Wm. S. Young, printer, 50 North Sixth Street., 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaThe African preacher. : An authentic narrative.White, William S. (William Spotswood), 1800-1873.Philadelphia: : Presbyterian Board of Publication, No. 265 Chestnut Street., [1849].
1849PennsylvaniaReligious experience and journal of Mrs. Jarena Lee, : giving an account of her call to preach the gospel.Lee, Jarena, b. 1783.Philadelphia: : Printed and published for the author., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaTen years progress: or A comparison of the state and condition of the colored people in the city and county of Philadelphia from 1837 to 1847.Needles, Edward.Philadelphia: : Merrihew and Thompson, printers, No. 7 Carter's Alley., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaA sermon to the medical students, : delivered by Lucretia Mott, at Cherry Street Meeting House, Philadelphia, on First-day evening, second month 11th, 1849. Revised phonographic report.Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880.Philadelphia: : For sale at W.B. Zeiber's, 3 South Third Street T.E. Chapman's, 1 South Fifth Street, and the Anti-slavery Office, 31 North Fifth Street., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaThe twentieth annual report of the inspectors of the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. : Transmitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, March, 1849..Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia: : Printed by Edmond Barrington and Geo. D. Haswell., 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaMemoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, baronet : With selections from his correspondenceBuxton, Charles, 1822-1871.Philadelphia : Henry Longstreth, 347 Market Street : Wm. S. Young, printer, 50 N. Sixth Street, 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaA scriptural view of woman's rights and duties, in all the important relations of life;Wilson, Elizabeth.Philadelphia: : Wm. S. Young, printer, 50 North Sixth Street., 1849.
1849PennsylvaniaMiriam's timbrel, or Sacred songs, suited to revival occasions : and also for anti-slavery, peace, temperance, and reform meetings.Pittsburg: : Kennedys Publication Office, Third Street, (Review Building, opposite the Post Office), 1849..
1849PennsylvaniaA Statistical inquiry into the condition of the people of colour : of the city and districts of Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : Printed by Kite & Walton, no. 50 North Fourth Street., 1849.
1849Rhode IslandPractical hints on the comparative cost and productiveness of the culture of cotton, : and the cost and productiveness of its manufacture. Addressed to the cotton planters and capitalists of the South.James, Charles T. (Charles Tillinghast), 1805-1862.Providence [R.I.]: : Printed by Joseph Knowles., 1849.
1849ScotlandThe Darien papers : being a selection of original letters and official documents relating to the establishment of a colony at Darien by the Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies. 1695-1700.Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies.Printed at Edinburgh : Printed by Thomas Constable, printer to Her Majesty, 1849.
1849South CarolinaLecture on the North and the South, : delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16, 1849.Fisher, Elwood, 1808-1862.Charleston [S.C.]: : printed by A.J. Burke, 40 Broad-St, a few doors east of Church-St., 1849..
1849South CarolinaLecture on the North and the South, : delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16, 1849.Fisher, Elwood, 1808-1862.Charleston [S.C.]: : printed by A.J. Burke, Broad-Street,, 1849..
1849South CarolinaAn address delivered before the South-Carolina Institute : at its first annual fair, on the 20th November, 1849Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864.Charleston, S. C. : From the Press of Walker and James, 1849.
1849South CarolinaMessage of his excellency W.B. Seabrook, read to both houses of the legislature of South Carolina, on Tuesday, November 27, 1849.South Carolina. Governor (1848-1850 : Seabrook)Columbia, S.C. : Printed by I.C. Morgan, state printer., 1849.
1849Undefined place of publicationFuture annexations and their effects..[S.l. : s.n., 1849]
1849United StatesCivilis to the United States and the world : The rights of man.Civilis, pseud.[U.S. : s.n., 1849?]
1849VirginiaAnnual report of the Board of Directors of the Penitentiary Institution.Virginia Penitentiary.[Richmond : s.n., 1849]
1849VirginiaSpeech of Mr. W.M. Burwell, (of Bedford,) upon the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad : Delivered in the House of Delegates February 1849.Burwell, William M. (William MacCreary), 1809-1888.Richmond : Printed by Shepherd and Colin, 1849.
1849VirginiaLecture on the North and the South, : delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, Ohio, January 16, 1849.Fisher, Elwood, 1808-1862.Richmond: : printed by John B. Colin., 1849..
1849VirginiaSpeech of Hon. R. K. Meade, to his constituents of the 2d Congressional District of Virginia, on the subject of restricting slavery in the territories of the United States. August, 1849.Meade, R. K. (Richard Kidder), 1803-1862.[Petersburg, Va.? : s.n., 1849]
1849VirginiaAn essay on slavery,Dew, Thomas R. (Thomas Roderick), 1802-1846.Richmond, Va.: : J.W. Randolph, 121 Main Street. ; [Washington] : Also for sale by Franck Taylor, Washington; Cushing & Brother, Baltimore W.B. Zieber, Philadelphia--H. Long & Brother, New-York, and by booksellers generally., 1849.