Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. Fourteenth Annual Report, Presented to the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, by Its Executive Committee, October 7, 1851: With the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting. Philadelphia: Anti-Slavery Office; Merrihew & Thompson, 1851.
This is an abolitionist pamphlet and illustrates that the slavery institution is in danger of failing for the benefit of the country. It shows how the public is joining the anti-slavery sentiment and that the government is in favor of abolition and the example given is New Mexico and California not becoming slave states. The pamphlet focuses on the Fugitive Slave Law and the repeal of the Act of Assembly of 1847 and the effects on Pennsylvania.
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