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fession---Letter from Bishop Moore- Application for Orders-Fluctuation
Writes the Life of the Rev. Samuel Bacon-Facts in the History of the Col-
onization Society, connected with this Work-Report of Messrs. Mills
Salutary lessons of Providence-Slavery-Origin--Slave Trade-Slavery in
the United States-Federal Constitution and views of its Framers-Fa-
Mr. Ashmun sails for Africa-Causes and Measures which led to it, inclu.
ding Rev. William Meade's visit to Georgia---Recaptured Africans to be
Sickness—Noble devotion of Midshipman Gordon and his associates-Illness
of Ashmun-Aid rendered by a Colombian Schooner--Want of Supplies--
Perplexity and uncertainty of his affairs—Rules of Conduct_Private Jour-
nal-Industry and Energy in his Studies—Religious Character-Extracts
Lowest Point of his Depression-Gradual Recovery of Strength— Journal at
Bissao and the Cape De Verds-Remonstrance of the Colonists to the
Writer's Interview with Mr. Ashmun at the Cape De Verds—Impressions of
his Character-He resolves to return to the Colony-Passage-Investiga-
of an early death-His principles-Purposes—Talents for business-At-
The doctrine of Divine Providence--Mr. Ashmun's belief in it-Effect of his
trials on his character-Activity and industry-Brief extracts from his pri-
Managers of Charitable Institutions—Of the Colonization Society-Mı.
Ashmun at the head of a prosperous Colony–His desire for more emi-
Mr. Ashmun's last entire year of labor-Reputation-Growth of the Society-
Visit of the Shark-Capt. Norris-Arrival of the Doris--Of the Norfolk
Arriva! at Liberia of the Doris, Randolph, and Nautilus—Visit of Mr.
Ashmun to the Colonial Factories—His excessive labors, Sickness, Em-
No. 1. Extracts from the Early Diary of Mr. Ashmun.
No. 5. Supposed Error.
Journal—Remarks on the most economical mode of subsisting e Col-
No. 8. Letter to Rev. Dr. Blumhardt.
served to improve the gift of prayer-Advantages of Devon-Divine