In Mr. Weld鈥檚 book, 鈥淪lavery as It Is,鈥?under the head of Labor, p. 39, are given several extracts from various documents, to show that this system has been pursued on some plantations to such an extent as to shorten life, and to prevent the increase of the slave population, so that, unless annually renewed, it would of itself die out. Of these documents we quote the following: Later The thought at once arose in the writer鈥檚 mind, If the Lord Jesus is indeed everywhere present, and if he is as tender-hearted and compassionate as he was on earth,鈥攁nd we know he is,鈥攎ust he not sometimes long to speak to the poor, desolate slave, when he knows that no voice but His can carry comfort and healing to his soul? 久久热,久久视频,久久热在线视频精品,这里只有精品,99热 8 And Adam obeyed the Word of God, took Eve, and went down to a land of dark soil, and found there wheat* growing in the ear and ripe, and figs to eat; and Adam rejoiced over it. The hunted negro lay; But Mr. Brown is not alone in Montgomery. Mr. J. W. Lindsey wishes to remind the people of his d茅p?t.