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It is often attempted to palliate slavery by comparingthe state of slaves with our poorer countrymen: if the misery ofour poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by ourinstitutions, great is our sin; but how this bears on slavery, Icannot see; as well might the use of the thumb-screw be defended inone land, by showing that men in another land suffered from somedreadful disease. What would be the opinion of ageologist, viewing such an enormous collection of bones, of allkinds of animals and of all ages, thus embedded in one thick earthymass? Would he not attribute it to a flood having swept over thesurface of the land, rather than to the common order of things?(7/10. " Here the coating is of a richbrown instead of a black colour, and seems to be composed offerruginous matter alone. When frightened, this littlespider either feigns death by extending its front legs, or suddenlydrops from the web. The next day I obtained lodgings within a stone's throw
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