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Published by order of the Managers of
THE AMERICAN OOLONIZATION SOCIETY.

THE PROFITS ARISING FROM THIS WORK, ARE DEVOTED TO THE

CAUSE OF THE SOCIETY

TWashington:

1830,

JAMES C, DUNX, PRINTER AND PUBLISHER; GEORGETOWN, D.C.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

OF THE FIFTH VOLUME.

Page.
Abolition of Slavery in Mexico,

317
Address of Rev. Mr. Sessing,

309

of Rev. Dr. Nott,

. 273

28

of Kentucky Colonization Society,

of Wm. C. Rives,

234

Africa,

222

African Valley,

129.

Colonization,

210

Church,

252

Africaner,

111

221

Agent, Colonial,
Annual Meeting of Society,

316, 352, 361

Appeal to New England,

31

Arabic Language, study of

97

Auxiliary Societies,

93, 158, 349, 351

Formation of

58, 220, 378

Arts of Slave Traders,

265
Bermuda,

250

Booroom Slave,

65

Captain Clapperton's 2nd Expedition,

33
Clay, Hon. H.

345

Colonization Society,

251, 343

of Connecticut,

93

of Indiana,

344
of Lynchburg,

201
Female of Richmond, Va.

375

Colonists, Opinions of

154

Colony in Trinidad,

381
Coloured People in Ohio,

185
Conclusion,

382

Contributions to the A. C. S. 32, 96, 159, 185, 223, 251, 384, 254, 287, 319

Death of Rev. Lott Carey,

10

of Judge Washington,

315
Education Society,

250

Emancipation,

185

Desire of,

94
Emigrants to Hayti,

62
Emigration,

343

Remarks on,

8

Erskine, Rev. Geo. M.

30

Expedition up the St. Paul's,

150

for Liberia,

317

Extracts from Correspondence,

172

Fair for Colonization Society,

243
of Ladies,

317

Fernando Po,

185

Fourth of July,

87

Free Labour, vs. Slave Labour,

250

Funds, want of,

253

Generous offer,

28

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Georgia,

345 Hodgson, Wm. B.

381 Intelligence,

94, 377 from Hayti,

185 from Liberia,

279 Interesting Facts,

352 Kennedy, Thomas,

183 Kroomen,

156 Land, comparative value of, in Virginia,

377 Legislature of Virginia,

50 of Pennsylvania,

60 Letter of Captain Thompson,

85 from Rev. 0. Fowler,

216 from Mr. Hodgson,

837 Letters from African Institution,

170 Liberality,

220 of the Ladies,

30 Liberia,

318 Meeting in New York,

253, 341 in Philadelphia,

342 Memorial to Virginia Legislature,

15 of Kentucky Colonization Society,

347 Mission to South Africa,

252 Swiss to Liberia,

284 Missionaries, Swiss,

23 Monument to Mr. Ashmun,

91 Moravianism, spirit of,

218 Necessities of Colonization Society,

128 Plan of Mr. Smith,

62, 186 for obtaining a ship,

55, 574 Prince Rahhahman,

94, 158 Proceedings of New York State Colonization Society,

273 Prospects in Kentucky,

27 at the North,

118 Poetry,

64 Randall, Dr. R.

125 Resolutions of the Board,

252 of State Legislatures,

299 Report from Hayti,

61 Review, Philip's Researches,

161, 193, 225, 257, 289, 321, 353 Mr. Pinkney's Address,

328 Revival of Religion in South Africa,

346 School in Liberia,

342, 380 Slave, high-minded,

249 Slave Labour, effects of,

186 Slave Trade,

250, 381 Slavery in Missouri,

63 in Africa,

208 in Virginia,

221 in Kentucky,

380 Smith, Joseph L.

221 Sugar from Beets,

250 Synod of Utica, New York,

247 Templeton, John,

:. 348 Transportation, Subscriptions, Trifles, Influence of,

242 Williains, Henry,

222

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We are happy, after a remarkably long interval, without any tidings from the Colony, to commence our fifth volume with the following able and highly interesting despatches from the Colonial Agent, Dr. Richard Randall. It must be recollected, that the statements here made, are the result of first impressions, having been completed when Dr. Randall had been in the Colony but fifteen days. Some of the opinions, therefore, here expressed, may be modified or changed by further investigations and more extended information, yet we have no doubt that, generally, they will be found correct. They are such surely, as to encourage every mind, that has seriously turned its thoughts to the great design of our Institution. Nor should they fail to secure attention from those who have hitherto neglected the subject. Shall our Countrymen remain longer insensible to the momentous claims which the scheme of African Colonization presents to their immediate, earnest, universal, united efforts! Can men who profess and call themselves Christians, reject or set aside these claims without subjecting themselves to the punishment of a condemning conscience? Is it not high time, that on this subject, our nation should awake out of sleep? The success of the experiment of our Society, leaves incredulity and apathy without excuse, and of those who refuse their aid to it, because still unconvinced of its practicableness and utility-we fear it might be said without injustice, “neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.” We pray that the subject may, at least, receive a fair, a candid, and a full examination.

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