Anti-Slavery Tracts. Second Series, nos. 1-25 (1860-62)
The second of two collections of anti-slavery tracts published by the American Anti-Slavery Society between 1860-62. It consists of 25 pamphlets written by William Lloyd Garrison, Daniel O'Connell, Maria Child, Wendell Phillips, and others. The first collection of 20 pamphlets appeared in 1855-56.
Anti-Slavery Tracts. Second Series, nos. 1-25 (New York: American Anti-Slavery Society, 1860-62).
The text is in the public domain.
The text is in the public domain.
Table of Contents
- Lydia Maris, “Correspondence between Lydia Maria Child and Gov. Wise and Mrs. Mason, of Virginia”, 27 pp.
- Victor Hugo et al., “Letters on American Slavery from Victor Hugo, de Tocqueville, Emile de Girardin, Carnot, Passy, Mazzini, Humboldt, O. Lafayette, etc.,” 23 pp.
- Joshua Coffin, “An Account of some of the Principal Slave Insurrections, and others, which have occurred, or been attempted, in the United States and Elsewhere, during the last Two Centuries. With Various Remarks. Collected from Various Sources by Joshua Coffin,” 36 pp.
- 4:: Anon. (William Lloyd Garrison), “The new ‘Reign of Terror’ in the Slaveholding States, for 1859-60”, 144 pp.
- Daniel O’Connell, “Daniel O’Connell upon American Slavery: with Other Irish Testimonies,” 48 pp.
- L Maria Child, “The Right Way the Save Way, proved by Emancipation in the British West Indies, and Elsewhere,” 95 pp.
- 7.: Anon., “Testimonies of John Brown, at Harper’s Ferry, with his Address to the Court,” 16 pp.
- Wendell Phillips, “The Philosophy of the Abolition Movement,” 46 pp.
- L. Maria Child, “The Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act: An Appeal to the Legislators of Massachusetts” 35 pp.
- William Lloyd Garrison, “The “Infidelity” of Abolitionism,” 12 pp.
- John Hossack, “Speech of John Hossack. convicted of a Violation of the Fugitive Slave Law, before Judge Drummond, of the United States District Court, Chicago, Ill.”, 12 pp.
- L. Maria Child, “The Patriarchal Institution, as described by Members if its Own Family”, 55 pp.
- Wendell Phillips, Wm. Lloyd Garrison, and Charles C. Burleigh, “No Slave Hunting in the Old Bay State: An Appeal to the People and Legislature of Massachusetts,” 22 pp.
- 14.: Anon., “A Fresh Catalogue of Southern Outrages upon Northern Citizens”, 71 pp.
- 15.: Anon., “The Fugitive Slave Law and its Victims. Revised and enlarged edition,” 168 pp.
- 16.: Anon., “Tribute of William Ellery Channing to the American Abolitionists, for their Vindication of Freedom of Speech,” 24 pp.
- Wendell Phillips, “Argument of Wendell Phillips against the Repeal of the Personal Liberty Law, before the Committee of the Legislature, Tuesday, January 29, 1861,” 24 pp.
- 18.: Anon., “The Loyalty and Devotion of Colored Americans in the Revolution and War of 1812,” 24 pp.
- 19.: “The Abolition of Slavery the Right of Government under the War Power,” 24 pp.
- 20.: Anon., “The War and Slavery; or, Victory only through Emancipation,” 8 pp.
- Garrison, Phillips, May, “In Memoriam. Testimonials to the Life and Character of the Late Francis Jackson,” 36 pp.
- 22.: “The Spirit of the South towards Northern Freemen and Soldiers defending the American Flag,” 24 pp.
- 23.: “Southern Hatred of the American Government, the People of the North, and Free Institutions,” 36 pp. [mispagination between pp. 24-37]
- 24.: “Extract from a Speech by Alexander H. Stephens”, 4 pp.
- E.L. Pierce, “The Negroes at Port Royal. Report of E.L. Pierce, Government Agent, to the Hon. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury,” 36 pp.