A South-Side View of Slavery; Or, Three Months at the South, in 1854 Volume 3

A South-Side View of Slavery; Or, Three Months at the South, in 1854 Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...Roxana, and thus lessened the social distance between the new provinces and the original empire. Alaric, Clovis, Henry I. of England, in Italy, Gaul, and among the Saxons, respectively, resorted to the same policy of intermarriage 'Carey's Domestic Slavery. for the same purpose. The long dissensions between the Normans and Saxons under Villiam Duke of Nonmandy and William Rufus disappeared when the two races followed the example of Henry. We know the happy results. On the other hand, Egypt and Israel, the Hebrew people and the nations conquered by them, the Spaniards and Moors, many modern nations and the Jews, prove the impossibility of two races living together unless one race is dependent, or they intermarry. Like the Moors and the Jews, the blacks would eventuallybe driven out. Even now, in some places at the south the free blacks are prohibited by the laws of certain crafts, the stone cutter's for example, from lifting a tool in their work. White servants are exclusively employed in one of the largest hotels at the south. The fighting propensity of the lower class of the Irish would expose the blacks to constant broils through the rivalry of labor. The following is a specimen: --Iiusn AND NEGRO Row IN BUF1-'Ano.--Tl'1BI'8 was a protracted and somewhat bloody fight yesterday afternoon, on the dock at the foot of Washington Street, between some negroes and lrishmen. The parties were about equal in point of numbers when the affair began; but the Irish soon collected in great force, and considering it a free fight, counted themselves in, until poor Cuffee had not a ghost of a chance. Three of the negroes were badly beaten, one of them to such an extent that it was supposed he must die; but he is better...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236757807
  • 9781236757807