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An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes

Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia

An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes

by Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia

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Published by Printed by William Bradford in [New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Society of Friends -- Controversial literature,
  • Slavery -- United States -- Controversial literature,
  • Antislavery movements -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAn exhortation and caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 636
    ContributionsKeith, George, 1639?-1716
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15503234M

    The anonymous An exhortation and caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes (New York, ) becomes the first printed pamphlet explicitly denouncing slavery and the slave trade. Arising from political controversies in early Pennsylvania, it is directed towards Quakers in Philadelphia. George Keith was an energetic Quaker who was mainly credited with producing numerous pamphlets that spoke against the enslavement of Africans. Even before Quakers began opposing slavery, Keith had already published a pamphlet titled “An exhortation and caution to Friends concerning the buying and selling of Negroes.”.

    Jan 15,  · Pages in category " works" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. A. An Essay Concerning Parliaments; E. An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes; P. The Third Part of the Pilgrim's Progress; S. Create a book; Download as PDF;. Apr 04,  · That by Cadwallader Morgan alone seems to be extant. It has not yet been published.5 The first printed paper against slavery, An Exhortation & Caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes, was not issued by Friends in good standing but by the Keith party at "our Monethly Meeting in Philadelphia, the 13th day of the 8th Month, ".

    Religion VII. GEORGE FOX’S VISIT, Extracts from Journal of George Fox "Our horses having rested, we set forward for Virginia again, travelling through the woods and bogs as far as we could well reach that day, and at night lay by a fire in the woods. “I am a child of God, a servant of Allah, a child of Shango, a child of Oshun, no matter what anyone does to me.” —Show 1, This Far by Faith.


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An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes by Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia Download PDF EPUB FB2

AN EXHORTATION & CAUTION TO FRIENDS CONCERNING BUYING OR KEEPING OF NEGROES. George Keith Moore, George, ed. The First Printed Protest Against Slavery in America, Reprinted from "The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.".

An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes Keith, George. [New York: Printed by William Bradford, ] An Exhortation & Caution TO FRIENDS Concerning buying or keeping of Negroes.

Some Reasons and Causes of our being against keeping of Negroes for Term of Life. Powered by DLXS To comment or. as first published at New York in An Exhortation & Caution to Friends Concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes. by George Keith.

Seing our Lord Jesus Christ hath tasted Death for every Man, and given himself a Ransom for all, to be testified in due time, and that his Gospel of Peace, Liberty and Redemption from Sin, Bondage and all Oppression, is freely to be preached unto all, without.

Introducing: George Keith’s An Exhortation & Caution to Friends Concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes (New York, ). This 6-page pamphlet, the first protest against slavery printed in America, was from the press of William Bradford (–), and. {{Citation | title=An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes [electronic resource] | author1=Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia | author2=Keith, George.

| year= | publisher=Printed by William Bradford | language=English }}. Get this from a library. An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes. [George Keith; Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia.]. Get this from a library. An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes.

[George Keith]. Inhe and his fellow Keithians published An Exhortation & Caution to Friends Concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes, one of the earliest printed antislavery tracts in British North America.

After returning to England, he was disowned by London Yearly Meeting in In he attacked William Penn and other Quakers as "Deists". Aug 10,  · The second document, the Exhortation and Caution to Friends concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes, was published by William Bradford in and has been widely attributed to George Keith, a schismatic Quaker who was expelled from the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting in This essay argues that the Exhortation should not be ascribed solely to.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: An epistle of caution and advice, concerning the buying and keeping of slaves. Bibliographic Details; Corporate Authors: An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes Published: (). "Seeing our Lord Jesus Christ hath tasted Death for every Man, and given himself a Ransom for all, to be testified in due time, and that his Gospel of Peace, Liberty, and Redemption from Sin, Bondage and all Oppression, is freely to be preached unto all, w/out Exception, and that Negroes, Blacks, and Taunies are a real part of Mankind, for whom Christ hath shed his precious Blood, and are.

An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes Published: () Address of a Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Society, to. contents. xv David Humphreys steinrenovationanddesigngroup.comns. steinrenovationanddesigngroup.coma.

May 22,  · Slavery in Pennsylvania [Edward Raymond Turner] on steinrenovationanddesigngroup.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.

Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Excerpt: (). 24 An Exhortation and Caution to Friends Concerning buying or 5/5(1). Inhe and his fellow Keithians published An Exhortation & Caution to Friends Concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes, one of the earliest printed antislavery tracts in British North America.

David Brion Davis, a leading scholar of abolition and slavery, argues that Keith"s Exhortation foreshadowed "the major religious themes of nineteenth. Feb 21,  · An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes, by George Keith; The Selling of Joseph, by Samuel Sewall; A caution and warning to Great Britain and Her Colonies in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British Dominions, by Anthony Benezet.

The Rev. George Keith () is thought to have arrived on the coast of East Jersey with his family by way of Barbadoes in Rev. George Keith a brilliant and controversial ex-Quaker.

His daughter Ann Keith married in George Walker, bd Apr 11,  · Entitled "Exhortation and Caution to Friends Concerning the Buying and Keeping of Negroes," it was published inaccording to a book by Paul Chancellor titled "A History of Pottstown." Gilyard was joined by Berks County Commissioner Christian Y.

Leinbach and officials of Pine Forge Academy, a Seventh-day Adventist Church school on the. The second document, the Exhortation and Caution to Friends concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes, was published by William Bradford in and has been widely attributed to George Keith, a schismatic Quaker who was expelled from the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting in Table of Contents for: American antislavery writings: colonial.

Exhortation & caution to friends concerning buying or keeping of negroes / George Keith -- Selling of Joseph: a memorial / Samuel Sewall -- from The American defence of the Christian golden rule, or an essay to prove the unlawfulness of making slaves of men / John Hepburn.

could do such things. This was the first formal protest against slavery in any of the English colonies. A little later, inGeorge Keith and the Quakers who followed him published An Exhortation & Caution To Friends Concerning buying or keeping of Negroes.

Mar 08,  · An exhortation & caution to Friends concerning buying or keeping of Negroes, ; Attributed works "How Firm a Foundation", first published by John Rippon in A Selection of Hymns,is credited to a certain "K.". Editor Daniel Sedgwick identifies "K." with Keith, although Sedgwick's information appears to have been second-hand.Aug 08,  · This was followed by the publication in of “An Exhortation and Caution to Friends Concerning Buying or Keeping of Negroes” by George Keith.

This was the very first American anti-slavery tract, emphasising that slaves were victims taken by violence, clearly against the pacifist beliefs of the Friends. Image taken from this article.