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 - Thc Fs.ee Chcrch or Scon- Scon- vs. Slavery. A...
Thc Fs.ee Chcrch or Scon- Scon- vs. Slavery. A Committee ol the Amerkan and Foreign Anti-Slavery Anti-Slavery Anti-Slavery Society, have addressed a letter to the Rev'd Drs. Burns, Cunningham and Chalmers, now in this country soliciting aid in behalf c f the Free Church of Scotland, expressing their sym pathy with the Church, but asking them hov r they can consistently refuse the money of the Jlritish Government, and accept that of American slave holders. The following paragraph gives tl ie substance substance of their argument : ' " What will the enemies of the Free Ch urch the state hirelings ay, if you carry home the slaveholders' bounty ? Will they not tannt you thus: These a re the men who could not swallow the bread of their Sovereign, as the price of their snbmission to tyranny, but their consciences, honor aod Christian principle did not revolt ata pittance from the pulpitsol tyrannical oppression, in Wash ington, Charleston and JNew urleans.' What O'ConneU refustd to touch when brought to his hand, Dr. Chalmers sent, and Drs. Cunningham and Burns went 4,000 miles to solicit . Jersey Citt. The municipal election in Jer this long a can Commercial -"JDUl

Clipped from The Evening Post06 Apr 1844, SatPage 2

The Evening Post (New York, New York)06 Apr 1844, SatPage 2
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