Stone Collection: Volume 51 - Item 11
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11. William E. Channing, The Duty of the Free States, or Remarks Suggested by the Case of the Creole (Boston: William Crosby & Co., 1842). (54 p.)
Denunciation of the United States government for protecting the interests of slave-holders in dealings with Great Britain over the fate of 135 slaves who gained their freedom when they seized the ship in which they were being transported from Richmond, Virginia, to New Orleans, Louisiana.