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A Text Book of the Origin and History of the Colored People

Hartford: L. Skinner, 1841


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their onward course. Here we behold them stripping along the path trodden only by such high intelligences. We see judgment maturing, memory strengthening, and reflection deepening. But in all this minds are inseparable companions. The judgment of one mind sways another, the memory of one arouses another, and the reflections of one enlightens another. In short mind contacts mind, mind operates on mind, and mind flows with mind. And when they have arrived on yonder highest pivot of the cupola of the temple of know-ledge, they are not only in the same element, but they have arrived there by the same route, and inhale the same salubrious air, doubtless with the same exquisite pleasure. 4. God, the author of the human intellect, recognises fully its identity by administering identically the same moral government over all human beings. That God does ad-minister identically the same moral government over all human beings, is manifest



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