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" What then ? Free them all, and keep them among us as underlings ? Is it quite certain that this betters their condition ? I think I would not hold one in slavery at any rate, yet the point is not clear enough for me to denounce people upon. What next?... "
The Constitutional and Political History of the United States - Page 278
by Hermann Von Holst - 1889
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THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS, AND HON ...

1860
...surplus shipping and surplus money enough in the world to carry them there in many times ten days. What then ? Free them all, and keep them among us...and make them politically and socially our equals V My own feelings will not admit of this; and if mine would, we well know that those of the great mass...
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LIVES AND SPEECHES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND HANNIBAL HAMLIN

1860
...there are not surplus shipping and surplus money enough to carry them there in many times ten days. What then? Free them all, and keep them among us as...slavery, at any rate; yet the point is not clear enough for me to denounce people upon. What next? Free them, and make them politically and socially our equals?...
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Political Debates Between Hon. Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas ...

Abraham Lincoln - Lincoln-Douglas Debates, Ill., 1858 - 1860 - 268 pages
...surplus shipping and surplus money enough in the world to carry them there in many times ten days. What then ? Free them all, and keep them among us...certain that this betters their condition ? I think 1 would not hold one in slavery at any rate ; yet the point is not clear enough to me to denounce people...
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A Memoir of Abraham Lincoln: President Elect of the United States of America ...

Robert Black - Slavery - 1861 - 126 pages
...there are not surplus shipping and surplus money enough to carry them there in many times ten days. What then ? Free them all, and keep them among us...slavery, at any rate; yet the point is not clear enough for me to denounce people upon. What next ? Free them, and make them politically and socially our equals...
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Sketches in North America: With Some Account of Congress and of the Slavery ...

Hugo Reid - Electronic book - 1861 - 320 pages
...the choice of the Eepublican party, said, in 1858, in a speech on the all-absorbing question :—" Make them politically and socially our equals? My...feelings will not admit of this; and, if mine would, we know that those of the great mass of white people will not. Whether this feeling accords with justice...
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Meliora, Volumes 3-4

Social sciences - 1861
...enongh to carry them there in many times ten days. What then ? Free them all, and keep them among us ns underlings ? Is it quite certain that this betters their condition '.; I think I wonld not hold one in slavery, nt any rate ; yet the point is not clear enough for me to denounce people...
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Letters on the American Republic, Or, Common Fallacies and ..., Volume 4

Joshua Rhodes Balme - Freedmen - 1863 - 290 pages
...delivered at Ottawa, Illinois, Aug. 21, 1858, Lincoln said, "I think I would not hold one (a slave) in slavery at any rate ; yet the point is not clear...our equals ? My own feelings will not admit of this ! " Again, when addressing the people at Chicago, July 10, 1858, he said, " I have always hated slavery,...
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History of the American War, Volume 1

Henry Charles Fletcher - United States - 1865
...be to free all the slaves, and to send them to Liberia to their own native land. This is impossible. What then, free them all, and keep them among us as underlings ? It is quite certain that this betters their condition. I think I would not hold one in slavery at...
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THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN;

WARD H. LAMON - 1872
...surplus shipping and surplus money enough in the world to carry them there in many times ten days. What then? Free them all, and keep them among us as...feelings will not admit of this ; and, if mine would, we all know that those of the great mass of white people would not. Whether this feeling accords with...
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The Life of Abraham Lincoln: From His Birth to His Inauguration as ..., Volume 2

Ward Hill Lamon, Chauncey F. Black - Lincoln, Abraham - 1872 - 547 pages
...all, and keep them among us as underlings ? Is it quite certain that this betters their condition ? / think I would not hold one in slavery at any rate,...feelings will not admit of this ; and, if mine would, we all know that those of the great mass of white people would not. Whether this feeling accerds with...
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