Warner Mifflin

Warner Mifflin (August 21, 1745 – October 16, 1798) was an American abolitionist. Born and raised in Virginia, Mifflin established himself as a planter in Delaware in 1769. As a member of the Society of Friends, he was strongly opposed to slavery and became dedicated to assisting slaves who tried to free themselves, to defending free blacks from abuse, as well as encouraging Quakers and others to free their slaves. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Mifflin, Warner
Published 1793
Philadelphia--printed: Reprinted by J. Spooner, in Newbedford

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by Mifflin, Warner
Published 1796
Printed by Samuel Sansom, Jun. no. 27, Mulberry-Street

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by Mifflin, Warner
Published 1793
[Printed [by Daniel Lawrence]

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by Mifflin, Warner
Published 1793
[s.n.]