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McCaine, Alexander. Slavery Defended from Scripture, against the Attacks of the Abolitionists, in a Speech Delivered before the General Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church, in Baltimore, 1842. Baltimore: Printed by Wm. Wooddy, 1842.
Alexander McCaine argues his view that slavery is a righteous act, so says the Bible. This being provoked after Rev. T. Hicklin of Indiana called slavers thieves, robbers, and pirates; deserving of a pirates death at the General Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church held in Baltimore in May of 1842.
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