Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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passed a Law to prevent any  person from speaking disrespe[c]tfully  of her inability to pay her debts  <we> Might have ½ the  <before our cou[r]ts> for Saying we could not pay  our debts.— Alabama ag[ain]st  — in case of Williams—  Wms had been Spiritually there  had not fl[e]d— f[r]om the Justice of that  state. <the> Right to demand & power to  give up coextensive. < was not an ab[o]litionist as  the Gent wo[u]ld intimate>— ⅔ ’s Message to abuse abolitionist
that an attempt should be made  to deliver up a man who has  never ben out of the state strikes  at all the liberty— <of our instituti[o]ns> his fate  to day may bee yours tomorrow [p. 71]
passed a Law to prevent any person from speaking disrespectfully of her inability to pay her debts we Might have ½ the before our courts for Saying we could not pay our debts.— Alabama against — in case of Williams— Wms had been Spiritually there had not fled— from the Justice of that state. the Right to demand & power to give up coextensive. was not an abolitionist as the Gent would intimate— ⅔ ’s Message to abuse abolitionist
that an attempt should be made to deliver up a man who has never ben out of the state strikes at all the liberty— of our institutions his fate to day may bee yours tomorrow [p. 71]
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