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    [Slavery]. Four Newspapers including: Boston Recorder. January 29, 1820, with an article on the debate in Congress of admitting Missouri and Maine into the Union as slave or free states. [and:] New England Palladium & Commercial Advertiser. Boston, December 19, 1826, containing an article from the Liverpool Mercury on "Negro Slavery." [and:] New-York Daily Tribune. January 11, 1850, with a reprint of the recently enacted Fugitive Slave Law. [and:] New-York Daily Tribune. June 16, 1854. With articles concerning the near kidnapping of a young boy to be sold into slavery and ads for slave sales with the caption, "The Shame of Our Country." In very good or better condition.

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