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NegroesBritish in Their Hearts?
1 Huzzah for Bermuda
2 Base Fools
3 Can US Negroes Commit Treason?
4 The Enslaved Torments the Slaveholder
5 A Powerful Negro Army
6 The British Africans and Indigenes versus the US
7 Revolutionary Implications
8 Abolition of Private Property?
9 Africans Flee from Republicanism
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