鈥楳arch 17. XI. Some persons made it their business to catch runaway slaves. 排列三287姜太公字谜 XI. Some persons made it their business to catch runaway slaves. 10 O Eve, if God will bring us into a strange land other than this, in which we find consolation, it must be to put our souls to death, and blot out our name from the face of the earth. 鈥楯une 12, 1869.  TO W. F. T. HAMILTON. Man's union hence with God ev'n Reason can, This is what slavery is,鈥攖his is what it is to be a slave! The slave-code, then, of the Southern States, is designed to keep millions of human beings in the condition of chattels personal; to keep them in a condition in which the master may sell them, dispose of their time, person and labor; in which they can do nothing, possess nothing, and acquire nothing, except for the benefit of the master; in which they are doomed in themselves and in their posterity to live without knowledge, without the power to make anything their own,鈥攖o toil that another may reap. The laws of the slave-code are designed to work out this problem, consistently with the peace of the community, and the safety of that superior race which is constantly to perpetrate this outrage. XI. Some persons made it their business to catch runaway slaves. 鈥楾hen a Bible picture-book is opened; perhaps the story of the Fall read. Muhammadans believe a great deal of the Old Testament; one can talk to them of 鈥淔ather Adam,鈥?and 鈥淢other Eve,鈥?without shocking them in the least. I cannot talk much,鈥攙ery little indeed,鈥攂ut I can say such things as I have written above, and tell the dear women that I am happy, that I do not fear death at all, because I believe that the Lord bore the punishment of my sins on the Cross.