Extract of a letter to the editor, from a gentleman in Pennsylvania
Published August, 19, 1829
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Extract of a letter to the editor, from a gentleman in Pennsylvania.
Respecting the oppressive conduct of the State of Georgia towards your nation there is but one sentiment here and that is of decided disapprobation. Cruelties of this description towards an innocent and interesting race can not be viewed by any of us but with abhorrence. However they may succeed in their nefarious designs to oppress you, you have a never failing source of consolation; there is a day of righteous retribution coming, and if not in time, in the eternal world a just and righteous God will reward the oppressor with the fruit of his own doings, and amply recompense the oppressed for all the injuries suffered by them.ItemTitle: Extract of a letter to the editor, from a gentleman in Pennsylvania.