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American Anti-Slavery Society
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What- ever may be our respective opinions as citizens, of men and measures, as abolitionists we have expressed no politi- cal preferences, and are pursuing no party ends. From neither of the gentlemen nominated to succeed you, have PROTEST OF THE AMERICAN A. S. SOCIETV. 53 we any thing to hope or fear ; and to neither of them do we intend, as abolitionists, to afford any aid or influence. This declaration will, it is hoped, satisfy the partizans of the rival candidates, that it is not necessary... for them to assail our rights, by way of convincing the south that they do not possess our favor.
We have addressed you, sir, on this occasion, with re- publican plainness, and Christian sincerity ; but with no desire to derogate from the respect that is due to you, or wantonly to give you pain. To repel your charges, and to disabuse the public, was a duty we owed to ourselves, to our children, and above all, to the great and holy cause in which we are engaged. That cause we believe is ap- proved by our Maker ; and while we retain this belief, it is our intention, trusting to His direction and protection, to persevere in our endeavors to impress upon the minds and hearts of our countrymen the sinfulness of claiming property in human beings, and the duty and wisdom of immediately relinquishing it.


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