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The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 4 of 4

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" "Shall I not visit for these things? saith theLord. Shall not my soul be avenged on such a nation as this?" Whatever doubt may have rested on any honest mind, respecting themeaning of the clause in relation to persons held to service or labor, must have been removed by the unanimous decision of the SupremeCourt of the United States, in the case of Prigg versus The State ofPennsylvania. By that decision, any Southern slave-catcher isempowered to seize and convey to the South, without hindrance... ormolestation on the part of the State, and without any legal processduly obtained and served, any person or persons, irrespective ofcaste or complexion, whom he may choose to claim as runaway slaves;and if, when thus surprised and attacked, or on their arrival South, they cannot prove by legal witnesses, that they are freemen, theirdoom is sealed! Hence the free colored population of the North arespecially liable to become the victims of this terrible power, andall the other inhabitants are at the mercy of prowling kidnappers, because there are multitudes of white as well as black slaves onSouthern plantations, and slavery is no longer fastidious withregard to the color of its prey.

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