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Free the slave while God spares

Author: Mrs. Sigourney Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #80 (1840) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Their Masters First Line: Oh! lift the hand, and Peace shall bear Languages: English
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Feel as you ought for the Slaves

Author: Mrs. Sigourney Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #81 (1840) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Their Masters First Line: Oh! if to Afric's sable race Languages: English
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Think and feel for the slave

Author: Miss Chandler Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #101 (1840) Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Woman First Line: Think of our country's glory Languages: English
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'Tis time to break the chain

Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #90 (1840) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Freemen First Line: Let "freedom—freedom to the slave" Languages: English
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The gospel, the only compensation

Author: Mrs. Abdy Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #110 (1840) Meter: 11.11.11.11 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Christians First Line: Oh! what can afford the poor slave reparation Languages: English
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"Remember them that are in bonds"

Author: Miss Chandler Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #99 (1840) Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Woman First Line: Christian mother! when thy pray'r Languages: English
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"Weep with those that weep"

Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #103 (1840) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Woman First Line: Lo! woman calls, in accents wild Languages: English
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What mean ye?

Author: Mrs. Follen Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #77 (1840) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Their Masters First Line: What mean ye, thus to bruise and bind Languages: English
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Rulers must obey God

Author: Watts Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #86 (1840) Meter: 8.8.8.8 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Rulers First Line: Now, saith the spirit of the Lord Scripture: Psalm 2 Languages: English
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The things which are Caesar's

Author: Watts Hymnal: Freedom's Lyre #88 (1840) Meter: 8.6.8.6 Topics: Appeals in Behalf of the Slave To Rulers First Line: Eternal Sov'reign of the sky Languages: English

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