TWENTY-ONE MONTHS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
Good arising out of Unpropitious Events,
Embarks for England—Denied Cabin Passage,
Mob on board the Cambria—Happy Introduction to the British Public,
Letter to Mr. Garrison, .....
" We dont allow Niggers in here," ....
Time and Labors Abroad, .....
Freedom Purchased—Free Papers, ....
Abolitionists Displeased with the Ransom,
How the Author's Energies were Directed in Great Britain, .
Reception Speech in Finsbury Chapel, London,
Character of the Speech Defended, ....
Causes Contributing to my Success,
The Free Church of Scotland—Its Position,
Agitation of the Slavery Question,
Debates in the General Assembly—"Send back the Money,"
Dr. Cunningham's Speech—A Striking Incident,
The World's Temperance Convention—Collision with Dr. Cox,
Proposed Testimonial to the Author,
Project of Establishing a Newspaper,
Return to America—Again Denied Cabin Passage,
Unexpected Opposition to my Newspaper Enterprise,
The Objections to it—Their Plausibility Admitted,
Motives for going to Rochester, ....
A Change of Opinions—Causes leading to it,
Prejudice against Color—The "Jim Crow Car,"
An Amusing Domestic Scene, ....
The Author in High Company, ....
Elevation of the Free People of Color—Pledge for the Future,
EXTRACTS FROM SPEECHES, ETC.
Reception Speech at Finsbury Chapel, Moorfields, England, .
Letter to his Old Master, .....
The Nature of Slavery, . .
Inhumanity of Slavery, .....
What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?
The Internal Slave Trade, .....
The Slavery Party, ••....
The Anti-Slavery Movement, ....