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UNIVERSITY
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JUN 24 1942

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of Henry L. hattuck

ADVERTISEMENT TO THE SECOND EDITION.

In this Legion of Liberty, the smaller pamphlet "Liberty," is in cluded with additions, amounting in all to more than five hundred distinct authorities, besides many incidentally introduced; they are arranged in divisions according to the nations, subjects, &c. By observing this order, the reference to any individual name will not be difficult. Here is arrayed a host of witnesses and advocates for liberty and humanity, and against slavery and texas. If any of the testimony is false let it be disproved, if any of the reasoning is erroneous, let the error be exposed. The interest and magnitude of the theme, the number and weight of the authorities, and the united force of the facts and appeals will prove a doubly-twisted threefold cord, not quickly broken.

The work comprises about four hundred pages, fifty pictures, and nearly three-fourths of a million of ems. of closely printed letter press. A smaller pamphlet or tract could be made from any of its divisions. The sterotype plates will be sold at cost or loaned to any responsible publisher. The book is offered by the quantity at the mere cost of paper, press work, and binding, so that it may be within the reach of all; and those favorably disposed can purchase a in every number for distribution; a moderate effort would place a copy family. Price, 25 cts single, $2,50 per dozen, $16,00 per 100 in paper covers. do in muslin.

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LEGION OF LIBERTY!

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FORCE OF TRUTH,

CONTAINING THE THOUGHTS, WORDS, AND DEEDS, OF SOME PROMINENT APOSTLES, CHAMPIONS AND MARTYRS.

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fo aball know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free.-Jesus Christ.

ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS.

1843.

Sold at the office of the American A. S. Society, 143 Nassau-st. New-York, and at the offices of the other Anti-Slavery Periodicals and Depositories.

UNIVERSITY
LIBRARY
JUN 24 1942

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ADVERTISEMENT TO THE SECOND EDITION.

In this Legion of Liberty, the smaller pamphlet "Liberty," is in cluded with additions, amounting in all to more than five hundred distinct authorities, besides many incidentally introduced; they are arranged in divisions according to the nations, subjects, &c. By observing this order, the reference to any individual name will not be difficult. Here is arrayed a host of witnesses and advocates for liberty and humanity, and against slavery and texas. If any of the testimony is false let it be disproved, if any of the reasoning is erroneous, let the error be exposed. The interest and magnitude of the theme, the number and weight of the authorities, and the united force of the facts and appeals will prove a doubly-twisted threefold cord, not quickly broken.

The work comprises about four hundred pages, fifty pictures, and nearly three-fourths of a million of ems. of closely printed letter press. A smaller pamphlet or tract could be made from any of its divisions. The sterotype plates will be sold at cost or loaned to any responsible publisher. The book is offered by the quantity at the mere cost of paper, press work, and binding, so that it may be within the reach of all; and those favorably disposed can purchase a number for distribution; a moderate effort would place a copy in every family.

Price, 25 cts single, $2,50 per dozen, $16,00 per 100 in paper covers. do $3,75 do $24,00 do in muslin.

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John Quincy Adams,

U. S. Law, versus Slave Trade, Duff Green,

George Washington,

John Adams,

Gilbert Mottier La Fayette,
Thomas Jefferson,
Pennsylvania Act, 1780,
Benjamin Franklin,
Benjamin Rush,

Anthony Benezet,

Patrick Henry,

John Jay,

Joel Barlow,
Samuel Adams,

Thaddeus Kosciusko,
Horatio Gates,
William Pinkney,
Warner Miffin,
William Eaton,

William Ray,

James Riley,

De Witt Clinton,
James Madison,
James Monroe,
Samuel L. Mitchell,
Alexander Hamilton,
Nathaniel Chipman,
James Wilson,
Daniel D. Tompkins,
Andrew Jackson,

Joseph Story,

Daniel Webster,

N. Y. Legislature, 1820,

William Wirt,

John Randolph,

Thomas Jefferson Randolph,

Gov. Randolph,

Joseph Ritner,

Charles Simmons,
Charles Ridley,
John Black,
Charles Hammond,
B. Franklin Wade,
Alexander Campbell,
St. George Tucker,
Cassius M. Clay,
James McDowell,
Thomas F. Marshall,
William Dunlap,
Horace Greely,

William Cullen Bryant,
Charles King,
John Neal,

William Leggett,

Orestes A. Brownson,
William H. Seward,

Luther Bradish,

Jabez D. Hammond,
Reuben H. Walworth,
William Jay,

Charles Francis Adams,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
Thomas Morris.

Benjamin Lundy,

(Gen. Gaines' trespass,)
Mexican Decrees for
Universal Freedom,
Texas Constitution
against Freedom,
President Guerero,
John Quincy Adams,
The Mexican Arms,
The London Patriot,
William B. Reed,
National Intelligencer,
Edward J. Wilson,
G. L. Postlethwaite,
New-York Sun,

Delenda est Texas.

N. Y. Commercial Advertiser,
Wilkinson's and Burr's trial,
African Slave Trade and Texas,
British Commissioners Report,
(Bartow's Case,)
Detroit Spectator,
American Citizen,

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British Emancipator,
G. W. Alexander,

George Bradburn,
Edmund Quincy,
Pawtucket Chronicle,
Cleveland Journal,
Legislature of Vermont,
Gen. Assembly of Ohio State,
A. S. Society of Pennsylvania,
A. S. Convention of N. Y. State,
Philadelphia Gazette,

Friend of Man,

Pres. Jackson's Inconsistency,
William B. Tappan,

Southport American,
Edward Everett,

Mass. Legislature, 1843.
The Free American,
The Liberator,
The Liberty Press,
New-York American,
Mexican Side,

New-York Tribune,

Pittsburg Gazette,

Lynn Record,

Richmond Whig,
Hoonsocket Patriot,
Hampshire Republican,
William H. Burleigh,
Louisville Journal,
State of Rhode Island,
Legislature of Michigan,
John Quincy Adams,
Seth M. Gates,
William Slade,
William B. Calhoun,
Joshua R. Giddings,
Sherlock J. Andrews,
Nathaniel B. Borden,
Thomas C. Chittenden,
John Mattocks,
Christopher Morgan,

J. C. Howard, Victor Birdseye,
Hiland Hall, Thos. A. Tomlinson,
Stanley A. Clark, Chas. Hudson,
Archibald L. Linn,

Thos. W. Williams, Tru. Smith, Dav. Bronson, Geo. N. Briggs, Petition to Congress.

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