Cotton is king, and pro-slavery arguments : comprising the writings of Hammond, Harper, Christy, Stringfellow, Hodge, Bledsoe, and Cartwright, on this important subject / By E.N. Elliott ... With an essay on slavery in the light of international law, by the editor ...
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- Physical Description: xv p., 1 leaf, 19-908 p. : ports ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: Augusta, Ga. : Pritchard, Abbott & Loomis, 1860.
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Introduction.--Cotton is king; or, Slavery in the light of political economy. By D. Christy.--Liberty and slavery; or, Slavery in the light of moral and political philosophy. By A.T. Bledsoe.--The Bible argument: or, Slavery in the light of divine revelation. By T. Stringfellow.--Slavery in the light of social ethics. By Chancellor Harper.--Slavery in the light of ethnology. By S.A. Cartwright.--Slavery in the light of international law. By E.N. Elliot.--Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dred Scott case.--The fugitive slave law. By C. Hodge.--The Bible argument on slavery. By C. Hodge.--The education, labor, and wealth of the South. By S.A. Cartwright.--Concluding remarks. By the editor.
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