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Speech of Mr. Bayly of Accomack, on the bill to prevent citizens of New York from carrying slaves out of this commonwealth, and to prevent the escape of persons charged with the commission of any crime, and in reply to Mr. Scott of Fauquier, delivered in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the 25th and 26th of February 1841. Published by members of the Senate and House of delegates.

Speech of Mr. Bayly of Accomack, on the bill to prevent citizens of New York from carrying slaves out of this commonwealth, and to prevent the escape of persons charged with the commission of any crime, and in reply to Mr. Scott of Fauquier, delivered in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the 25th and 26th of February 1841. Published by members of the Senate and House of delegates.

 
 
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Bayly, [Thomas Henry] 1810-1856.
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