Book/Printed Material Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S.

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Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S.
Contributor Names
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
Mercer, Charles Fenton, 1778-1858.
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
African American Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Philadelphia, Stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1832.
Subject Headings
-  American Colonization Society
-  African Americans--Colonization--Africa
-  Liberia--History--To 1847
Notes
-  Also available in digital form.
-  LAC brd 2019-04-24 update (1 card)
Medium
iv, 32 p. front., maps on 1 pl. 23 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
E448 .C274
E448 .C274 Copy 3 Copy 3.
E448 .C274 Copy 4 Copy 4. Gift of Margaret W. Cushing. Jan. 28, 1939.
E185 .A254 container C, no. 40 Copy 5. LC copy formerly part of YA Collection: YA 10267.
AC901 .M5 vol. 897, no. 12 Copy 6.
AC901 .M5 vol. 295, no. 6 Copy 7.
Library of Congress Control Number
11008695
Language
English
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Carey, Mathew, Charles Fenton Mercer, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection, African American Pamphlet Collection, and Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection. Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S. Philadelphia, Stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1832. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/11008695/.

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Carey, M., Mercer, C. F., Joseph Meredith Toner Collection, African American Pamphlet Collection & Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection. (1832) Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S. Philadelphia, Stereotyped by L. Johnson. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/11008695/.

MLA citation style:

Carey, Mathew, et al. Letters on the Colonization Society; and on its probable results, under the following heads: the origin of the Society; increase of the coloured population; manumission of slaves in this country; declarations of legislatures, and other assembled bodies, in favour of the society; situation of the colonists at Monrovia, and other towns; moral and religious character of the settlers; soil, climate, productions, and commerce of Liberia; advantages to the free coloured population, by emigration to Liberia; disadvantages of slavery to the white population; character of the natives of Africa before the irruptions of the barbarians; effects of colonization on the slave trade, with a slight sketch of that nefarious and accursed traffic. Addressed to the Hon. C. F. Mercer, M.H.R.U.S. Philadelphia, Stereotyped by L. Johnson, 1832. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/11008695/>.

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