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FORCE OF TRUTH,
CONTAINING THE THOUGHTS, WORDS, AND DEEDS, OF SOME PROMINENT
le shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free.-Jesus Christ.
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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.
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Frontispiece, the World,
STATESMEN and JURISTS.
Arms of the United States,
Abraham Van Vechten,
David Buel, Hezekiah Niles, Myron Holley, John C. Spencer, Henry Clay,
John Quincy Adams,
U. S. Constitutions,
U. S. Law, versus Slave Trade, Duff Green,
Gilbert Mottier La Fayette,
N. Y. Legislature, 1820,
Thomas Jefferson Randolph,
Jabez D. Hammond,
Charles Francis Adams,
II. RELIGIOUз and MORAL.
Edward C. Delevan,
III. THE FEMALE PHALANX. A. S. Con. of American Women,
Boston Female A. S. Society, Hannah F. Gould,
Elizabeth Margaret Chandler, Prudence Crandall,
Drusi la Unthank,
Andover Female A. S. Society,
Darlington, Eng. Elizabeth Pease,
Maria Weston Chapman,
Female A. S. So. Putnam Co. Ill. Samuel Lewis,
Female A. S Iowa Society,
Abigai Adams, Eliza Lee Follen,
Francis Harriet Whipple, Female A. S. Soc. Dorches. Mass, do Emancipation So. Mass.,
Henry Peterson, Thomas Earle, Beriah Green, Nathaniel Colver, Richard Hildreth, J. Blanchard, S. B. Treadwell, Henry C. Wright, Thomas Pyne, James H. Gibbon Charles Marriot, Arnold Buffum, Samuel J. May, John Quincy Adams, Charles Stewart, Henry B. Stanton,
Leicester A. Sawyer,
James G. Birney,
John N. Maffit,
J. Kennaday, G. P. Morris,
John G. Whittier,
Orson S. Murray,
Joseph C. Lovejoy,
V. UNITED STATES SLAVERY. James H. Dickey, George Whitfield, John Rankin, William Dickey, Augustus Wattles, Cases of Cruelty, Charles Ball,