Stone Collection: Volume 19 - Item 25
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25. James Freeman Clarke, Discourse on the Aspects of the War, Delivered in the Indiana-Place Chapel, Boston, on Fast Day, April 2, 1863 (Boston: Walker, Wise, & Co., 1863). (36 p.)
Sermon in which the preacher defends abolitionism and argues that although the expression abolitionist sentiments may have increased sectional animosity, the issue of slavery overrides all other considerations. The preacher also endorses the decision to enlist African Americans into the Union army.