1848 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. Scarce on Abolition, Slavery, and Colonization in Ohio and Virginia.
1848 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. Scarce on Abolition, Slavery, and Colonization in Ohio and Virginia.
1848 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. Scarce on Abolition, Slavery, and Colonization in Ohio and Virginia.
1848 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. Scarce on Abolition, Slavery, and Colonization in Ohio and Virginia.

1848 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MAGAZINE. Scarce on Abolition, Slavery, and Colonization in Ohio and Virginia.

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One of the most extensive and extended dialogues we have seen preserved on the relationship of the Church to the issue of slavery on the run up to the war; though the periodical was largely abolitionist, editorials are published by those opposing, there is an open letter to the "Negroes of Ohio" by the Colonization Society, etc. 

Macdill, D.; and James Prestley [eds.]. The United Presbyterian and Evangelical Guardian: Devoted to the Interests of the Church. Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, Printers. Walnut Street. 1848. 387 - 576 + 1 - 384pp complete. 

Contents include: 

*Slavery - The Other Side. Extensive Editorial Arguing that some slave holders may indeed be Christians. [Response to this magazine, which was abolitionist]

*Christians and Slavery.

*Sentiments in Virginia [on Slavery]

*John Brown [of Haddington], "The Poor Shepherd Boy."

*Missions in Turkey

*The Jews of Cincinnati

*Slavery. An Answer to "The Other Side" [See above]. Extensive Series

*The Cholera Coming Westward

*Emancipation [slavery]

*Proposed Removal of the Free Negroes from Virginia

*Jewish Emancipation

*State of Morals in New Orleans

*To the Colored People of Ohio. An Extensive Letter by David Christy, Agent of the American Colonization Society. 

*Position of the Associate Reformed Synod of the West in Relation to Slavery [Extensive Series]

*Thy Kingdom Come

*The Love of God in the Pardon of Sin. Universalism and Orthodoxy.

*Religious Revivals [Lengthy]

etc. 

Half leather, rubbed as shown, but very solid, clean, and ready for use. Very scarce. To our recollection, we have not handled another copy.