Cotton is king, and pro-slavery arguments: comprising the writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartwright, on this important subject. By E.N. Elliott ... With an essay on slavery in the light of international law, by the editor ...
|Main Author:||Elliott, E. N.|
|Related Names:||Hodge, Charles 1797-1878., Cartwright, Samuel A. 1793-1863., Hammond, James Henry 1807-1864., Harper, Robert Goodloe 1765-1825., Stringfellow, Thornton. , Bledsoe, Albert Taylor 1809-1877., Christy, David b. 1802.|
Augusta, Ga., Pritchard, Abbott & Loomis, 1860.
United States. > Fugitive slave law (1850)
United States. > Supreme Court.
Slavery > United States > Controversial literature.
Slavery > Law and legislation > United States.
Slavery > Justification.
Slavery > United States.
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xv p., 1 ¡., 19-908 p.
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