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56. Paris, June 8th, 1850 : To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner ... and Mary Muir, of Glasgow[.] Ladies, A circular signed by you has just been handed me, proposing to abolitionists generally a withdraw of their co-operation from the American Anti-Slavery Society and the National Anti-Slavery Bazaar at Boston, on the allegation that the funds contributed to those societies for the abolition of slavery are expended for the propagation of infidelity ... I rejoice to be able, without delay, to contradict these erroneous statements that you have received. ...

73. The blasphemy of abolitionism exposed : servitude, and the rights of the South, vindicated : a Bible argument, together with reflections drawn from the premises ... and the evil consequences that must result to the northern states in case of division: the legitimate fruits of their unhallowed meddling, in violation of all principle and good faith--and above all, God's holy word! ...

96. A lecture on the present relations of free labor to slave labor, in tropical and semi-tropical countries: presenting an outline of the commercial failure of West India emancipation, and its effects upon slavery and the slave trade, together with its final effect upon colonization to Africa. Addressed to the Constitutional Convention of the State of Ohio, 1850.