Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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pleasant & a peculiarly pleasant  & conciliato[r]y feeling prevaaield [prevailed]  through the compa[n]y— & the Marshall  invitd Joseph to a family dinner when  he was freed.—
5 <o clock> went to Mr Wm Sollars  Mr Bridewood visited. in the eve  Elder was present. & after  Supper asked what is the situation  of the Negro? They come into the  world slaves mentally & phy[s]ically.  change their situation with the  white & they would be like  tthem. they have souls & are  subjects of salvation go into  cincinati— & find one— educated  rid[e]s in his carriage he has [p. 41]
pleasant & a peculiarly pleasant & conciliatory feeling prevaaield prevailed through the company— & the Marshall invitd Joseph to a family dinner when he was freed.—
5 o clock went to Mr Wm Sollars Mr Bridewood visited. in the eve Elder was present. & after Supper asked what is the situation of the Negro? They come into the world slaves mentally & physically. change their situation with the white & they would be like tthem. they have souls & are subjects of salvation go into cincinati— & find one— educated rides in his carriage he has [p. 41]
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