Slave rebels, abolitionists, and southern courts : the pamphlet literature /
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- Clark, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 2007.
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- Slave rebels, abolitionists, and southern courts : the pamphlet literature / edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman.
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Lawbook Exchange, 2007
Slavery, race, and the American legal system, 1700-1872 ; series IV, v. 1-2.
- Item Description:
Originally published: New York : Garland, 1988. (Slavery, race, and the American legal system, 1700-1872 ; ser. 4).Contains reproductions of early pamphlets regarding slave rebels, abolitionists, and southern courts.
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2 volumes ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Clark, N.J. : Lawbook Exchange, 2007.
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Table of Contents
- Volume 1. Trial of the Rev. Jacob Gruber, minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church, at the March term, 1819, in the Frederick County Court, for a misdemeanor (courtesy of the Library of Congress) / David Martin
- Negro plot : an account of the late intended insurrection among a portion of the blacks of the city of Charleston, South Carolina (courtesy of the Library of Congress) / James Hamilton, Jr.
- Reflections, occasioned by the late disturbances in Charleston, by achates (courtesy of Yale University Library) / Thomas Pinckney
- A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison, for an alleged libel on Francis Todd, of Massachusetts (1830) (courtesy of the Library of Congress) / William Lloyd Garrison
- A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison, for an alleged libel on Francis Todd, of Newburyport, Mass. (1834) (courtesy of the Library of Congress) / William Lloyd Garrison
- Confession of Nat Turner, leader of the negro insurrection in Southampton County, Virginia, made to Thomas R. Gray (courtesy of the Library of Congress) / Nat Turner
- Amos Dresser's narrative (courtesy of Cornell University Library)
- The 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 (courtesy of Cornell University Library)
- Narrative of the arrest, lynch law trial, and scourging, of Amos Dresser, at Nashville, Tennessee, August, 1835 (courtesy of Oberlin College Library) / Amos Dresser
- The trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. charged with publishing and circulating seditious and incendiary papers, etc. in the District of Columbia, with the intent of exciting servile insurrection (courtesy of the Library of Congress)
- Trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. charged with publishing seditious libels, by circulating the publications of the American Anti-slavery Society
- Part of a speech pronounced by Francis S. Key, Esq. on the trial of Reuben Crandall, M.D. before the circuit court of the District of Columbia, at the March term thereof, 1836 / Francis Scott Key
- Trial 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 Novermber, 1838.Volume 2. Narrative of the facts respecting Alanson Work, Jas E. Burr and Geo. Thompson, prisoners in the Missouri penitentiary, for the alleged crime of Negro stealing / Rev. W. Beardsley
- Kentucky jurisprudence. A history of the trial of Miss Delia A. Webster. At Lexington Kentucky, Dec. 17-21, 1844, before the Hon. Richard Buckner. On a charge of aiding slaves to escape from that Commonwealth / Delia A. Webster
- Substance of an argument of Samuel F. Vinton, for the defendents, in the case of the Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Peter M. Garner and others, for an alleged abduction of certain slaves / Samuel F. Vinton
- 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 / Jonathan Walker
- Brief view of American chattelized humanity, and its supports / Jonathan Walker
- Case of William L. Chaplin : being an appeal to all respecters of law and justice, against the cruel and oppressive treatment to which, under color of legal proceedings, he has been subjected, in the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland
- Personal narrative of Mrs. Margaret Douglass, a southern woman, who was imprisoned for one month in the common jail of Norfolk, under the laws of Virginia, the crime of teaching free colored children to read / Margaret Douglass
- Captains Drayton and Sayres, or, the way in which Americans are treated, for aiding the cause of liberty at home / Eastern Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society
- Slavery at Washington. Narrative of the heroic adventures of Drayton, an American trader, in "The pearl," coasting vessel, which was captured by American citizens, near the mouth of the Potomac, having on board seventy-seven men, women, and children, endeavoring to escape from slavery in the capital of the American Republic / S.G. Howe
- Personal memoir of Daniel Drayton, for four years and four months a prisoner (for charity's sake) in Washington jail / Daniel Drayton
- Brown's three years in Kentucky prisons, from May 30, 1854, to May 18, 1857 / Thomas Brown.