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ANTI-SLAVERY TRACTS.  No. 4  New Series
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The
NEW "REIGN OF TERROR"
in the
SLAVEHOLDING STATES,

for
1859-60
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NEW YORK:
Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society
1860
144 pages

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE  
Authorised Violation of the Mails 5
Letter From the Postmaster-General 7
Life in Virginia 10
John C. Underwood,Esq. 10
HARPER'S MAGAZINE AND WEEKLY PROSCRIBED 11
More Mob Spirit 11
Norris F. Stearns 11
EXPULSIONS OF CITIZENS OF KENTUCKY 12
LETTER FROM REV. JOHN G. FEE 16
ANOTHER EXPULSION FROM KENTUCKY 17
 - A Tar and Feathering Case 22
A PREACHER ARRESTED IN NORTH CAROLINA 23
LETTER FROM A LADY TO AN OFFICER OF THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION 27
 - Rev. Daniel Worth 28
 - Whipping a Preacher 29
DESPOTISM AND ESPIONAGE IN THE SOUTH 31
AN IRISHMAN IMPRISONED AND BANISHED 35
AN EXILE FROM ALABAMA 42
TRIBULATIONS OF CONNECTICUT BOOK-AGENTS 44
A NEW-YORKER EXPELLED FROM KNOXVILLE 46
TAR AND COTTON 48
A BOUNTY ON KIDNAPPING - PARTIALLY TRANSCRIBED 49
The Reign of Terror In Virginia 53
A German Citizen Hanged, Beaten and Robbed 56
Banishment of a School-Mistress 58
A Hired Traitor in Our Midst - Pass Him Round 59
Free Speech in Virginia 60
Dastardly Outrages Upon Northern Citizens at the South 62
A Nine Years' Resident Driven Away From Alabama 63
Mob Violence in Kentucky
 - Letter From Wm. S. Bailey, Editor of the "Free South."
65
Virginia Running Out White Men. 67
A Shaker Citizen of Columbia County Expelled From Virginia 69
Lynch Law Meeting in South 70
Public Meeting 71
Virginia Indignation 72
Six Salesmen Sent Back to New York 73
To The Irish Friends of the South in the Northern Cities 74
SHOCKING CASE 75
THE LYNCH CODE ENFORCED
 - Correspondence of the Newbern (N.C.) daily Progress
77
New Yorkers Expelled From South Carolina 79
Threats of Expulsion 81
Experience of an Indianian in Kentucky 82
Gross Outrage 84
A Methodist Clergyman Imprisoned 86
The Reign of Terror in Missouri 87
Exclusion of Free Negroes From Mississippi 89
Assault on Hon. Mr. Hickman. 90
A Blacksmith Driven Away 91
MORE SOUTHERN FANATICISM 92
A CHIVALROUS DEMONSTRATION 93
Two Young Ladies Driven Out of Richmond 94
Pushed Off a Railroad Car. 94
Expulsion of Free Negroes From Arkansas 95
Two Heads Half-Shaven 95
How Two Organ-Grinders Were Tarred and Feathered 96
The New York Independent Outlawed. 96
Narrowly Escaped Lynching. 96
Legislation in Maryland 98
White Families Leaving Virginia. 99
A Teacher Expelled From Arkansas 100
Frightened By a Blind Girl 101
Expulsion of Two Mechanics 103
A Philadelphia Drummer Menaced 103
Treasonable Linen 104
A Trap to Catch Hon. Joshua R. Giddings. 104
Summary Lynching at Chappell's Depot, South Carolina 105
A Southern Outrage 106
Another Outrage 107
Methodism Dangerous in Kentucky 107
Georgia 108
A Methodist Preacher Driven From His Work 109
A New Test 110
Wholesale Proscription 111
Another Expulsion From Kentucky 112
Two Days to Leave the State. 112
Arrest of a Suspicious Character in Charlestown, Virginia 113
Men of Business Obliged to Abandon Their Business 113
The Way Abolition Emissaries are Treated in South Western Virginia 114
A Man Indicted for Expressing Sympathy With Brown 114
A Conservative Minister Driven From North Carolina 115
The Virginia Fright 116
Personal 117
More Incendiarism. 119
An Abolitionist Caught in Alabama 119
Sent Away 120
The "Irrepressible Conflict" 121
More Arrests and Expulsions. 122
Another Mechanic Driven From the South 123
Arrest of Suspected Emissaries 123
Another Alarm - Torpedoes Discovered 124
Sent Off 124
A Fulmination From Virginia 125
Two Trenton Mechanics Driven From Virginia 126
Not a Safe Place For Yankees 126
Excitement in Talbot County, Mo. 127
A Reward Offered For the Head of Mr. Giddings 128
In a Dilemma 129
Literature in Leechville 129
The Excitement Against Northern Men in Virginia 131
John Brown in Florida 132
A Kentucky Sympathizer in Trouble 134
An Abolitionist Arraigned. 134
Excitement at Abbeville, Mississippi 135
One of Brown's Map Men. 135
A Political Refugee - Is This a Free Country? 136
How the South Respects the Constitution 137
Arrest and Imprisonment of a Kentucky Pioneer in Virginia. 138
Incendiary Documents in Virginia 139
Sergeant Birney Driven Out of the South 139
Gov. Wise Warns the South to Rouse 140
A Southern Opinion of the Rev. Mr. Spurgeon. 141
Abolitionists 143
A New York Captain Fined 144

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