Speech of Col. Jas. C. Zabriskie on the subject of slavery

and in reply to the address of the Pittsburgh convention, and Geo. C. Bates, Esq.
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Other titlesSpeech of Col. James C. Zabriskie.
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Speech of Col. Jas. Zabriskie, on the subject of slavery, and in reply to the address of the Pittsburgh convention, and Geo. Bates, esq., delivered at Sacramento, Cal., on the 10th day of May, A.D.

Sacramento: Printed at the Democratic State Journal Office, (DLC) Zabriskie, James C. Speech of Col. Jas. Zabriskie, on the subject of slavery: and in reply to the address of the Pittsburgh Convention, and Geo.

Bates: delivered at Sacramento, Cal., on the 10th day of May, A.D. () Zealous advocate for the abolition of the slave trade.

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Whereas other Southern politicians had excused slavery as a necessary evil, in a famous speech in the United States Congress on February 6,Senator John C. Calhoun asserted that slavery. Postscript: "Since the rallying cry for the dissolution of the Union seems exploded to us. Can't there be something important and practicable as an antislavery measure suggested making our meetings and speeches more pointed and definite.

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Says John Blassingame, editor of Slave Testimony: “If scholars want to know the hearts and secret thoughts of slaves, they must study the testimony of blacks.