manumission

[ man-yuh-mish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF manumission

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Manumission in the South went no further than a few individuals.

For the next ten years manumission went on at the rate of 8000 a year.

In manacle and manumission we read the story of human slavery and freedom.

He alludes to the Roman mode of manumission, or setting the slaves at liberty.

The Church set the example of the manumission of its slaves.

All the facts of this manumission were so wholly at variance with the established theories.

Yet, your slaves are safe; there is no project for their manumission in the bill.

Would not deportation stop the manumission of slaves, asks Jones.

She pleaded for the manumission or at least the humane usage of the serfs.

Perhaps the manumission that he was granting, gave a benignity to his face.

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