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A testimony against that anti-Christian practice of making slaves of men

wherein it is shewed to be contrary to the dispensation of the law and time of the Gospel, and very opposite both to grace and nature

by Elihu Coleman

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Published by Reprinted for Abraham Shearman, Jun. in New-Bedford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Elihu Coleman
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, [1], [9]-24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24508292M
OCLC/WorldCa13615428

A testimony against that anti-Christian practice of making slaves of men wherein it is shewed to be contrary to the dispensation of the law and time of the Gospel and very opposite both to grace and nature / by: Coleman, Elihu, Published: (). "A Testimony against that anti-Christian Practice of Making Slaves of Men", Undated. Scope and Content note. Photos of the original manuscript of Elihu Coleman. "Landsdowne Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends", Undated. Scope and Content note. Typed manuscript, author unknown. Samuel Cooper manuscripts, Undated. Scope and Content note.

Quaker Elihu Coleman's A Testimony against That Anti-Christian Practice of MAKING SLAVES OF MEN is published. Rebekah Chamblit () reportedly conveys A DECLARATION, DYING WARNING AND ADVICE OF REBEKAH CHAMBLIT. A YOUNG WOMAN AGED NEAR TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS, EXECUTED AT BOSTON SEPTEMBER 27TH. 0 |afrom The refugee: or the narratives of fugitive slaves in Canada / Harry Thomas -- from The refugee: or the narratives of slaves in Canada / Harriet Tubman -- from Autobiography of a female slave / Martha Griffith Browne -- from The quadroon; or, a lover's adventures in Louisiana / Thomas Mayne Reid -- from The crime against Kansas.

The Bible uses the Hebrew term eved and Greek doulos (δοῦλος) to refer to slaves. Eved has a much wider meaning than the English term slave, and in many circumstances it is more accurately translated into English as servant or hired worker. Doulos is more specific, but is also used in more general senses as well: of the Hebrew prophets (Rev ), of the attitude of Christian leaders. The number of male and female slaves imported to the North American British colonies balances out for the first time. Quaker Elihu Coleman's A Testimony against That Anti-Christian Practice of Maling Slaves of Men is published. (no entry for this year) no journals were making their early content available in digital format. As a.


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