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Speech of Mr. Slade

of Vermont, on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia, delivered in the House of representatives of the U.S. December 20, 1837. To which is added the intended conclusion of the speech, suppressed by resolution of the House.
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William Slade is the author of Speech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the Right of Petition ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), SYMBIOTE 4/5(1). Frank Slade: But not a snitch. Trask: Excuse me. Slade: No, I don't think I will. Trask: Mr. Slade. Slade: This is such a crock of shit.

Trask: Please watch your language, Mr. Slade. You are in the Baird School not a barracks. Sims, I will give you one final opportunity to speak up.

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Delivered in the House of representatives on the 18th and 20th of January. Excerpt from Speech of Mr. Slade, of Vermont, on the Abolition of Slavery and the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia: Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S., Decem Mr. Wise rose and said, he has discussed the whole abstract question of slavery - Of slavery in, Virginia-f - Of slavery in my own district; I' now ask all my colleagues to retire-with me from.

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On this date, William Slade of Vermont caused the House to adjourn when he attempted to give a speech “on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade in the District of Columbia.” Two days earlier, he had introduced a petition from his constituents on the same subject but refrained from going any further.

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