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Review of Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave. Written by Himself

FROM The Liberator, 3 September 1847.


'NARRATIVE OF W. W. BROWN, A FUGITIVE SLAVE, WRITTEN BY HIMSELF,' is the title of a thin duodecimo put into our hands by a colored friend at the request of the author, and which we have perused with deep interest. It is written in a clear, simple and touching style, and is, we presume, a fair history of the better class of slaves. We would recommend it to the perusal of all such as feel any interest in the slaves—it will quicken their devotion to the cause. We would advise the indifferent to read it—it will touch the chords of their being and make them vibrate in sympathy for the oppressed bondman. —

New Bedford Bulleton.

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