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“Some distance from the road he built a "mansion" and the dirt road leading up to his front door became known as Abolition Lane.”
“Suez – Cairo again – Abolition of Gendarmerie by Mr. Clifford”
“As we recently reported, this is better known as the Abolition of Parliament Bill.”
“The only two options that are outwith Conservative policy are 'Independence' and 'Abolition' - of the Assembly that is.”
“When the war was over the two boys — then seventeen and sixteen years of age — were old enough to remember and to regret all that they had lost, to hate the idea of Abolition, and to feel that the world had nothing left for them but what was to be got by opposition to the laws of the Union, which was now hateful to them.”
“In his _Recollections_, the Rev. Samuel T. May, who was one of the most faithful and zealous of the Anti-Slavery pioneers, and belonged to that band of devoted workers who were known as Abolition lecturers, tells of his experience in delivering an Anti-Slavery address in the sober New England city of Haverhill.”
“Accordingly when the moral movement against slavery sought a political expression of the idea of Abolition it was constrained within the metes and bounds set up by the National Constitution.”
“When the war was over the two boys -- then seventeen and sixteen years of age -- were old enough to remember and to regret all that they had lost, to hate the idea of Abolition, and to feel that the world had nothing left for them but what was to be got by opposition to the laws of the Union, which was now hateful to them.”
“Here we were secreted during the following day, and next night were forwarded on to another station, and so on from station to station till we reached Sandusky, where we were put on board the Mayflower -- called the Abolition Boat.”
Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the Reputed President of the Underground Railroad; Being a Brief History of the Labors of a Lifetime in Behalf of the Slave, with the Stories of Numerous Fugitives, Who Gained Their Freedom Through His Instrumentality, and Many Other Incidents
“They formed what was known as the Abolition party, and they devoted themselves to the utter destruction of slavery by every instrumentality which they could lawfully employ.”
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