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WHOLE NO. 579.
matter with what solemnities
devoted upon the altar of Slavery, the
moment he touches the sacred soil of Britain,
the altar and the god sink together, in the
er Hero of the Anti-Slavery movement I re- ready to make any sacrifice and meet the heads were to be severed from their bodies and
fcr to Ennui the grf Hw heaviest task. The movement, however, need- placed upon poles—that of Oge on the road
SUTei, who were twice driven to rebellion 1 ed a Representative and Hero in Parliament. 1 to Dondon and that of Cnevaune on the Road