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    Inquiries relating to negro emancipation., 1829

    sad or enlivened, according to the subject of the speaker." October 25 . -" Our late missionary meeting, at Stoney Hill , has excited in this community an interest far surpassing my most sanguine expectation. Every person who attended seems Subscribers-only content

    Inquiries relating to negro emancipation., 1829

    themselves, inured as they are to the climate, often faint with the heat." Mr. T. C. Morgan writes from Stoney Hill , May 7, 1827 .-" The committee will be glad to learn that the society are blessed with a Subscribers-only content

    Inquiries relating to negro emancipation., 1829

    to enjoy the well-earned fruits of his master's gra¬ titude." Mr. T. C. Morgan writes in his journal, " Stoney Hill , September 29 :-A native of Yorkshire , who remembers Mr. Wesley preaching in his father's house, and who Subscribers-only content

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