The Resource The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger

The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger

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The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger
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The religious instruction of the black population
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a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger
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R45 1847
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  • HeinOnline slavery in America and the world: history, culture & law
  • HeinOnline religion and the law
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  • Trapier, Paul
  • Adger, John B.
  • Slavery and the church
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The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger
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  • "Extracted from the Southern Presbyterian Review."
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The religious instruction of the black population : a gospel to be given to our servants. A sermon preached in several of the Protestant Episcopal Churches in Charleston on Sundays in July 1847, by the Rev. Paul Trapier, Charleston, S.C. Printed by Miller & Brown. A discussion on "the religious instruction of the blacks" in the Charleston Mercury, between "Many citizens" and the Rev. J.B. Adger
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Distribution
Note
  • "Extracted from the Southern Presbyterian Review."
  • ©2018 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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online resource
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rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
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rdacontent
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (32 pages)
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one file format
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rdamedia
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