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Title The Anti-slavery examiner.
Publication Info. New York : American Anti-Slavery Society,. 1836.
Location Call No. Status
 Rare Books Pamphlets  Z-PAM    IN LIBRARY
Description v. ; 24 cm.
Publication Date Began with Vol. 1, no. 1 (1836); ceased with no. 14 (1845). Cf. Union list of serials.
Note Several of the numbers have been issued in three or more editions.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Sept. 1836); title from caption.
Started as periodical with volume numbering of first two numbers, vol. 1, no. 1-2 August-September 1836. With no. 3, volume number was dropped and each publication took form of monograph with separate title-page.
Error in numbering: no. 6, 3d ed. rev., numbered 5.
No. 7 has supplement, entitled: The Anti-slavery examiner--Extra, separately paged.
Volume numbers irregular; no. 6, 7, 10, 12 and 13 repeated.
Contents no. 1. To the people of the United States, or, To such Americans as value their rights and dare to maintain them (1836) -- no. 2. Appeal to the Christian women of the South / by A.E. Grimké (1836. Rev. and cor. [3rd ed.] 1836) -- no. 3. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Rev. James Smylie, of the state of Mississippi (1837) -- no. 4. The Bible against slavery ... / [by T.D. Weld] (1837) -- no. 5. The power of Congress over the District of Columbia ... / [by T.D. Weld] (1838. 4th ed. 1838) -- no. 5a. The Bible against slavery ... / [by T.D. Weld] ([i.e. 6] 3rd ed., rev. 1838) -- no. 6. (4th ed. enl. 1838) -- no. 7. Emancipation in the West Indies ... / by J.A. Thome, and J.H. Kimball (1838) -- [no. 7]. Emancipation in the West Indies in 1838 (1838) -- no. 8. Correspondence between the Hon. F.H. Elmore ... and James G. Birney (1838) -- no. 9. Letter of Gerrit Smith to Hon. Henry Clay (1839) -- no. 11. The Constitution a pro-slavery compact, or, Selections from the Madison papers &c. / [selected by Wendell Phillips] (2nd ed. enl. 1845) -- no. 12. The chattel principle the abhorrence of Jesus Christ and the apostles ... / by Beriah Green (1839) -- no. 12a. Disunion : address of the American Anti-slavery Society; and, F. Jackson's letter on the pro-slavery character of the Constitution (1845) -- no. 13. Can abolitionists vote or take office under the United States constitution? / [by Wendell Phillips] (1845) -- no. 14. Address to the friends of constitutional liberty, on the violation by the United States House of Representatives of the right of petition (1840).
Subject Antislavery movements -- United States -- Periodicals.
Slavery -- United States -- Periodicals.
Added Author American Anti-Slavery Society, publisher.