Discourse, 7 March 1844–B, as Reported by Willard Richards

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obj[e]ct to on acco[u]nt of slavery.— Tis the very reason why she should be r[e]ceived.——
. says [“]gentlmn if you refuse to receiv us we mu[s]t go to the British” and the first thing th[e]y will do will be to set the negroes free & Indians & th[e]y will use us up—
British officers running all over to pick a quarrel with us.— more honorable for us to receve th[e]m. & set the negroes free & use the ngoes [negroes] & indians— agint [against] our foes.
dont let go lest Our Mother & th[e] daughtrs of th[e] land. will laugh us [p. [24]]
object to on account of slavery.— Tis the very reason why she should be received.——
. says [“]gentlmn if you refuse to receiv us we must go to the British” and the first thing they will do will be to set the negroes free & Indians & they will use us up—
British officers running all over to pick a quarrel with us.— more honorable for us to receve them. & set the negroes free & use the ngoes [negroes] & indians— agint [against] our foes.
dont let go lest Our Mother & the daughtrs of the land. will laugh us [p. [24]]
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