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Sessions, Rev. Horace, publishes the conditional offer of a printing press as a gift

for the colony, i. 255.

His notice of a female emigrant to the Colony, i. 287. His death, ii. 126.
Sewall, Dr. Thomas. Beneficial effect on the colony ot' his address before the Wash.

ington Temperance Society, vii. 369.
Shane, Dr. Charles G. Extract from his letter, February 17, 1832, viii. 61. His

letter, February 19, 1832, viii. 108, 127.
Sharp, Eunice, a colored woman. Emigrates as an instructress to the colony. Aid

given to her, x. 146, 147, 154.
Sharp, Granville, review of Memoirs of his life, ii. 1, 33, 65, 101, 133, 165, 197, 229.
"Sharp," a writer in the Norfolk Herald. His communication, ii. 382.
Sheftey, Daniel, a manager of the Augusta (Va.) Col. Soc. His death, and resolu-

tion concerning it, vii. 124.
Sheldon, Henry, His letter, June 7, 1832, proposing to give $2000 towards estab.

lishing a High School in Liberia, viii. 152, ix. 144.
Sherman, Capt. W.E. His letter, May 10, 1830, to Edward Hallowell, concerning

Liberia, vi. 111.
His letter, June 4, 1830, to Dr. Thomas C. James, President of the Penn.

sylvania Col. Soc. vi. 142.
Shirhard, Joseph, a colonist. A letter from him, vi. 245.
Shriver, David, ii. 29. See “Emancipation.
Sierra Leone. See "Rickets,Winterbottom,” &c. &c.

Extract from the Royal Gazette, published there, üi. 20.
In 1825, ii. 349. Condition of the liberated Africans, iii. 156.
Extract from the London Missionary Register concerning it, vi. 318.
African school at, vii. 283.
Authentic account of, from the London Anti-slavery Monthly Reporter,

vii. 321, 353.

Sketch of its history, ix. 208.
Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H. See "Poetry." Her letter, July 29, 1827, concerning

a donation from her former pupils, of a library for ihe “Girls' School

at Monrovia,” iii. 189.
Her letter, July 7, 1830, concerning the Hartford Female African Soci-

ety, vi. 150.
Her letter, July 4, 1833, to a lady in Ecinburgh, ix. 339.
A Hymn written by her, sung at the annual meeting of the Massachu.

seits Col. Soc. March 10, 1834, x. 28, 29.
Silliman, Professor Benjamin. Extract oi a letter from him, iii. 312.

His address on “sound of the cases of national anxiety," July 4, 1832, in

New Haven, Conn. viii. 161, 189.
Simeon, the aged Hottentot, iii. 248.
Simon Negro, account of, ix. 221. His letter, May 17, 1833, ib.
Simpson, Gloster, a colored man. His testimony concerning the colony, Sept. 11,

1832, viii. 217.
His testimony concerning the colony, Sept. 27, 1892, in a letter of that

date from himself and Archy Moore, viii. 249.
Skinner, Rev. Benjamin R., appointed to the inissionary station in Liberia, by the

American Board of Foreign Missions of the Baptist church in Ú. $. vi.

155, 249.

His death, March 1, 1831, vii. 31, 62.
Skinner, Dr. Ezekiel, goes to Liberia as Physician, x. 104, 154.
SLAVERY. [See “Benezet," "British West Indian Population,Colored People,"

Chalmers," "Cox, Dr. S. H.Cuba,Emancipation,France,"
Gaston," Lewis, Henry,Murat,Negro Race," "Nichols,Niles,"

Several States of the Union, under their proper heads, &c. &c.]
Extract from the Report of the Committee for the mitigation and gradual

abolition of slavery throughout the British dominions, i. 62.
The expense of supporting it, i. 255. Thoughts relating to it, i. 279.
In the British West Indies, i. 286.
Christian conduct towards servants, i. 806."
Societies for the religious instruction of slaves in the West Indies, ii. 128.
Meeting in Liverpool, to petition Parliament for the abolition of West In-

dia Slavery, ii. 17.

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SLAVERI---Continued.

Mr. Brougham's motion on the subject of West India Blavery, and Mr.

Canning's remarks, ii. 158.
Law of Louisiana prohibiting the further introduction of slaves into that

State for sale, ii. 159.
Religious instruction of slaves, ii. 291. See x. 174, 205, 245.
Superiority of free over slave labor, iii. 48. See v. 250.
Mr. Raymond's prize essay on the comparative economy of free and slave

labor in agriculture, ini. 97.
Termination of slavery in New York, iii. 155.
Decrease of negro population in the British West Indies, iii. 184.
Slave labor on the Sabbath day, abolished at Berbice, in South America,

ji. 188.
Extract of a letter from the Rev. T. R. Durfee, concerning slavery, &e.

v. 63.
Effects of slave lalor, v. 186. See “Nichols.
In Africa, v. 208.
Notice of a menorial concerning the abolition of slavery in Va. v. 221.
Abolition of slavery in Mexico, by decree of the President, September

15, 1829, v. 317, viii. 21.
Law of Georgia concerning free persons of color and slaves, v. 315.
Meeting in London, May 15, 1830, concerning the abolition of slavery

throughout the British dominions, vi. 182.
Abolition of, in Malacca, vi. 280.
Law of North Carolina prohibiting the teaching of slaves to read or write,

vi. 3-13.
Plan for the gradual emancipation of slaves in Kentucky, vii, 48, 49, 125, 126.
Servile insurrections, &c. vii. 245.
Anti-slavery meeting in London, vii. 247.
Statistics of slavery, vii. 815, ix. 15.
Enormities of the slaves in Jamaica, viii. 92, 127.
Brightening prospect for slaves, viii. 92.
Extract concerning A. C. S., from "A retrospective view of West India

Slavery, &c." viii, 215.
Mortality of slaves in the West Indies, viii. 315.
Remarks in the British Parliament, March 1833, concerning colonial

slavery, ix, 29.
Slavery and colonization. Review of pamphlets on, ix. 93.
Anti-slavery meeting in London, ix. 221.
Slavery in Martinique, ix. 285.
Increase of slavery in Cuba, ix. 287.
Remarks on plans for the immediate and unconditional abolition of slavery

in the U. States, x. 168.
"G. O. W." a correspondent of the Christian Mirror, on the immediate

abolition of slavery, x, 239.
Declarations and resolutions of the Synod of Ky. concerning slavery, Oct.

1834, X. 287.
Circular letter of the British and Foreign Society for the universal aboli.

tion of negro slavery anu the slave trade, to the Anti-slavery associa.
tions, and the friends of negro emancipation throughout the United

Kingdom, x. 304.
Proceedings in the Legislature of Vt. concerning the abolition of slavery

in the District of Columbia, x. 315.
SLAVX TRADE. (See "American Colonization Society," "Lander," "Liberia,"

Marshall, Chief J.Randall,&c.
Its inhumanity and horrors, i. 61, 192, 381, jji. 254, vii. 388.
Remarks on it, from the London Times, i. 155.

by Sir William Jones, i. 255.
Treaty between Great Britain and Sweden, concerning it, Nov.

9, 1825, i. 371.
Agreement of Portugal and Brazil to abolish it, iii. 254.
Its abolition in the territories of the Sherbro Bulloms, i: 37?
Petitions in the French Chamber of deputies for its more effectifs

prohibition, ii. 127.

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Sessions, Rev. Horuce, publishes the conditional offer of a printing press as a gift

for the colony, i. 265.

His potice of a female emigrant to the Colony, i. 287. His death, ii. 126.
Sewall, Dr. Thomas. Beneficial effect on the colony of his address before the Wash.

ington Temperance Society, vii. 369.
Shane, "Dr. Charles G. Extract from his letter, February 17, 1832, viii. 61. His

letter, February 13, 1832, viii. 108, 127.
Sharp, Eunice, a colored woman. Emigrates as an instructress to the colony. Aid

given to lier, x. 146, 147, 154.
Bharp, Granville, review of Memoirs of his life, ii. 1, 33, 65, 101, 133, 165, 197, 229.

Sharp," a writer in the Norfolk Herald. His communication, ii. 382.
Sheffey, Daniel, a manager of the Augusta (Va.) Col. Soc. His death, and resolu.

tion concerning it, vii. 124.
Sheldon, Henry, His letter, June 7, 1832, proposing to give $2000 towards estab.

lishing a High School in Liberia, viii. 152, ix. 144.
Sherman, Capt. W. E. His letter, May 10, 1830, to Edward Hallowell, concerning

Liberia, vi. 111.
His letter, June 4, 1830, to Dr. Thomas C. James, President of the Penn.

sylvania Col. Soc. vi. 142.
Shirhard, Joseph, a colonist. A letter from him, vi. 245.
Shriver, David, ii. 29. See “Emancipation.
Sierra Leone. See “Rickets,Winterbottom,” &c. &c.

Extract from the Royal Gazette, published there, ii. 20.
In 1825, ii. 349. Condition of the liberated Africans, iii. 156.
Extract from the London Missionary Register concerning it, vi. 318.
African school at, vii. 283.
Authentic account of, from the London Anti-slavery Monthly Reporter,

vii. 321, 353.

Sketch of its history, ix. 208.
Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H. See Poetry." Her letter, July 29, 1827, concerning

a donation from her former pupils, of a library for the “Girls' School

at Monrovia," iii. 189.
Her letter, July 7, 1830, concerning the Hartford Female African Soci.

ety, vi. 150.
Her letter, July 4, 1833, to a lady in Edinburgh, ix. 339.
A Hymn written by her, sung at the annual meeting of the Massachu.

seits Col. Soc. March 10, 1834, x. 28, 29.
Silliman, Professor Benjamin. Extract of a letter from him, iii. 312.

His address on "sous of the cases of national anxiety," July 4, 1832, in

New Haven, Conn. viii. 161, 189.
Simeon, the aged Hottentot, iii. 248.
Simon Negro, account of, ix. 221. His letter, May 17, 1833, ib.
Simpson, Gloster, a colored man. His testimony concerning the colony, Sept. 11,

1832, viji. 217.
His testimony concerning the colony, Sept. 27, 1832, in a letter of that

date from himself and Archy Moore, viii. 249.
Skinner, Rev. Benjamin R., appointed to the inissionary station in Liberia, by the

American Board of Foreign Missions of the Baptist church in U. 8. vi.
155, 249.

His death, March 1, 1831, vii. 31, 62.
Skinner, Dr. Ezekiel, goes to Liberia as Physician, x. 104, 154.
SLAVERY. [See “Benezet,British West Indian Population,” “Colored People,"

Chalmers," "Cox, Dr. S. H.Cuba,” “Emancipation,”. “ France,".

Gasion, '“ Lewis, Henry,Murat,Negro Ruce,Nichols," "Niles,"

Several States of the Union, under their proper heads, &c. &c.]
Extract from the Report of the Committee for the mitigation and gradual

abolition of slavery throughout the British doininions, i. 62.
The expense of supporting it, i. 255. Thoughts relating to it, i. 279.
In the British West Indies, i. 286.
Christian conduct towards servants, i. 806.
Societies for the religious instruction of slaves in the West Indies, ii. 128.
Meeting in Liverpool, to petition Parliament for the abolition of West 18-

dia Slavery, ii. 17.

SLAVERY---Continued.

Mr. Brougham's motion on the subject of West India Blavery, and Mr.

Canning's remarks, il. 158.
Law of Louisiana prohibiting the further introduction of slaves into that

State for sale, ii. 159.
Religious instruction of slaves, ii. 291. See x. 174, 205, 245.
Superiority of free over slave labor, iii. 48. See v. 250.
Mr. Raydiond's prize essay on the comparative economy of free and slave

labor in agriculture, ni. 97.
Termination of slavery in New York, iii. 155.
Decrease of negro population in the British West Indies, iji. 184.
Slave labor on the Sabbath day, abolished at Berbice, in South America,

iii. 188.
Extract of a letter from the Rev. T. R. Durfee, concerning slavery, &c.

v. 63.
Effects of slave labor, v. 186. See “Nichols."
In Africa, v. 208.
Notice of a mercrial concerning the abolition slavery in Va. v. 221.
Abolition of slavery in Mexico, by decree of the President, September

15, 1829, v. 317, viii. 21.
Law of Georgia concerning free persons of color and slaves, v. 315.
Meeting in London, May 15, 1830, concerning the abolition of slavery

throughout the British dominions, vi. 182.
Abolition of, in Malacca, vi. 280.
Law of North Carolina prohibiting the teaching of slaves to read or write,

vi. 343.
Plan for the gradual emancipation of slaves in Kentucky, vii, 48, 49, 125, 126.
Servile insurrections, &c. vii. 245.
Anti-slavery meeting in London, vii. 247.
Statistics of slavery, vii. 815, ix. 15.
Enormities of the slaves in Jamaica, viii. 92, 127.
Brightening prospect for slaves, viii. 92.
Extract concerning A. C. S., from "A retrospective view of West India

Slavery, &c.” viii. 215.
Mortality of slaves in the West Indies, viii. 315.
Remarks in the British Parliament, March 1833, concerning colonial

slavery, ix. 29.
Slavery and colonization. Review of pamphlets on, ix. 93.
Anti-slavery meeting in London, ix. 221.
Slavery in Martinique, ix. 285.
Increase of slavery in Cuba, ix. 287.
Remarks on plans for the immediate and unconditional abolition of slavery

in the U. States, x. 168.
“G. O. W.” a correspondent of the Christian Mirror, on the immediate

abolition of slavery, x, 239.
Declarations and resolutions of the Synod of Ky. concerning slavery, Oct.

1834, X. 287.
Circular letter of the British and Foreign Society for the universal aboli.

tion of negro slavery and the slave trade, to the Anti-slavery associa-
tions, and the friends of negro emancipation throughout the United

Kingdom, x. 304.
Proceedings in the Legislature of Vt. concerning the abolition of slavery

in the District of Columbia, x. 315.
SLAYS TRADE. [See American Colonization Society," "Lander," "Liberia,

Marshall, Chief J.Randall," Lc.
Its inhumanity and horrors, i. 64, 192, 381, iji. 254, vii. 388.
Remarks on it, from the London Times, i. 155.

by Sir William Jones, i. 255.
Treaty between Great Britain and Sweden, concerning it, Nov.

9, 1825, i. 371.
Agreement of Portugal and Brazil to abolish it, iii, 254.
Its abolition in the territories of the Sherbro Bullons, 1. 373

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Petitions in the French Chamber of deputies for its more efectirail

prohibition, ii. 127.

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SLAVI THADE_Continued.

Its continuande, ii. 157, iii. 188, iv. 174, v. 249, 250, vii. 285, viis

3!1, X..152.
Petition of the Virginia House of Burgesses, April 1, '1772, a rainst

the importation of slaves, ii. 252.
Facts from the London Quarterly Review concerning the slave

trade, ii. 290.
Decree of the King of France, December 27, 1826, against it, ii.

381.,
Liberia, a means of abolishing it, iii. 129, 161.
• Incidents connected with the etlorts for its abolition, v. 242.

Arts of slave traders, v. 269.
Domestie slave trade, v. 381.
Humboldt's statement concerning the extent of the slave trade, vii.

134.
Actual state of the slave trade on the coast of Africa, vin, 1.
Capture of the Spanish schooner Secunda, a slave slip, by the

British brig Trinculo, ix. 287.

Carried on in Brazil, x. 152.
Smiil, Gerrit. His plan of establishing a seminary for the education of pious and

promising young men of color, iii. 26, 27.
His letter, Dec. 26, 1827, remitting $100 as the first annual pay.

ment under his proposed plan for obtaining 100 subscribers of

$1000 each to A. C. S. ii. 318. Subscribers to this plan, iv. 217,
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379, v. 32, 64, 187, 220, vii. 159, 187, 218, 346, viii. 57, 2-48, 283,

ix. 188, 216.
His remarks at the anniversary meeting of the N. Y. S. C. Society,

April 1830, vi. 172.
His speech at the 14th annual meeting of A. C. S. vi. 367.
17th

ix. 356.

Ex-
tract from the saine, x. 106, 107.
His resolution to raise $50,000 payable in five equal annual instal-

ments, ix. 360. He subscribes $5,000 under it, ix. 364. Other

subscriptions under it, ix. 364.
His report to the 17th annual meeting of A. C. S. from the Coinmit-

tee on the state of the treasury, ix. 366.
His resolutions calling for statistical information concerning the

Colony, ix. 371.
His letter, Mar. 1, 1834, sending $1000, as the first instalment of

bis subscription at the 17th annual meeting, x. 17.

His Peterboro manual labor school, x. 312.
Smith, Joseph Leonard, v. 62, 221. See "Emancipation.",
Sinith, Richard, Treasurer of A. C. 8. See Managers of A. C. S. proceedings of the.

His resolution, Aug. 19, 1831, appropriating $5,000 for an expedi-

tion from the Western States, vii. 217.
His account as Treasurer, submitted to the 16th annual meeting of

A.C. S. viii. 376.
Sraith, Samuel Harrison. See “Managers of A. C. S., proceedings of the.,

His resolution, Sep. 14, 1829, prohibiting the colonial agent from

being concerned in trade or navigation, v. 252.
His report on public schools at Liberia, vi. 257.
His report, March 2, 1831, concerning the appointment of perma-

nent agents, vii. 11.
His address, adopted Oct. 31, 1831, of the Managers of A. C. Soc.

to Aux. Societies, vii. 289.
His report, Nov. 2, 1832, from the Committee of inquiry into mea-

sures for improving the agriculture of the colony, viii. 336.
His Report on public lands presented and adopted, April 22, 1830,

ix. 185, x. 26.
His report to the 17th annual meeting from the Committee concern.

ing a new Constitution for A: C. S. ix. 368.
Sinith, Col. ii. 29. See" Emancipation.".
Snetter, Martha, a colonist. Her letter, Feb. 26, 1831, . 154.

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