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The Debate on a Motion for the Abolition of the Slave-trade: In the House of ... - Page 168
by Great Britain. Parliament (1792). House of Commons - 1792 - 178 pages
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The speeches of ... William Pitt in the House of commons [ed. by W.S. Hathaway].

William Pitt - 1806
...extent.— Why ought the slave-trade to be abolished? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger then is the argument for immediate, than gradual abolition!...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert, their own argument of its injustice ? If on the ground of injustice it ought to be abolished...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable William Pitt, in the House of ..., Volume 1

William Pitt - Great Britain - 1808 - 458 pages
...extent. Why ought the slave-trade to be abolished? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger then is the argument for immediate, than gradual abolition...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert, their owa argument of its injustice ? If on the ground of injustice it ought to be abolished...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 5

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1808
...extent. Why ought the slave trade to be abolished ? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger then is the argument for immediate, than gradual abolition...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert, their own argument of its injustice? If on the ground of injustice it ought to be abolished...
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The speeches of ... William Pitt in the House of commons [ed. by W.S. Hathaway].

William Pitt - 1806
...extent. Why ought the slave-trade to be abolished ? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger then is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition?...allowing it to continue even for one hour, do not my tight honourable friends weaken — do not they desert, their own argument of it» injustice ? If on...
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The Evangelical rambler [by T. East].

1825
...extent.—Why ought the Slave Trade to be abolished ? BECAUSE IT is INCURABLE INJOSTICE. How much stronger then is the argument for immediate, than gradual abolition...my Right Honourable Friends weaken —do not they desert, their own argument of its injustice 1 If on the ground of injustice it ought to be abolished...
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Principles of elocution

William Graham (teacher of elocution.) - 1837
...TRADE. Why ought the slave trade to be abolished ? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger, then, is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert their own argument of its injustice ? If, on the ground of injustice, it ought to be abolished...
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The most eminent orators and statesmen of ancient and modern times ...

David Addison Harsha - Orators - 1857 - 518 pages
...extent. Why ought the slave trade to bo abolished? Because it is incurable INJUSTICE! How much stronger, then, is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition!...it to continue even for one hour, do not my right honorable friends weaken — do not they desert, their own argument of its injustice? If on the ground...
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The orator, a treasury of English eloquence

1864
...traffic. Why ought the slave trade to bo abolished ? Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger, then, is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert their own argument of its injustice ? If, on the ground ofinjustice.it ought to be abolished...
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The American Union Speaker: Containing Standard and Recent Selections in ...

John Dudley Philbrick - Readers - 1868 - 588 pages
..." HY ought the slave trade to be abolished ? Because it is incurable INJUSTICE ! How much stronger, then, is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition...it to continue even for one hour, do not my right honorable friends weaken — do they not desert their own arguments of its injustice ? If on the ground...
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A system of elocution based upon grammatical analysis

William Stewart Ross - 1869 - 432 pages
...TRADE. WHY ought the slave trade to be abolished 1 Because it is incurable injustice. How much stronger, then, is the argument for immediate than gradual abolition...my right honourable friends weaken — do not they desert their own argument of its injustice ? If, on the ground of injustice, it ought to be abolished...
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