The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 30, July 1926 - April, 1927 Page: 67
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Mexico as a Field for Systematic British Colonization 67
the subject in the same point of view that I do, I know you will
at once begin to act. You have already been a benefactor to the
human race; and if you succeed in preventing new slavery states-
and, above all, if you succeed in establishing, in a genial climate,
a colony or state where free men of colour will be on a perfect
equality with the white people-you will have formed a basis on
which can be constructed the entire emancipation, all over the
world, of the hitherto neglected and oppressed black population.
I have the honour to be very faithfully, your sincere friend,
16, Pall Mall, Aug. 26, 1839.
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