The course was commenced first by restricting the power of the master, and granting protection to the slave. The Council of Orleans, in 549, gave to a slave threatened with punishment the privilege of taking sanctuary in a church, and forbade his master to withdraw him thence, without taking a solemn oath that he would do him no harm; and, if he violated the spirit of this oath, he was to be suspended from the church and the sacraments,鈥攁 doom which in those days was viewed with such a degree of superstitious awe, that the most barbarous would scarcely dare to incur it. The custom was afterwards introduced of requiring an oath on such occasions, not only that the slave should be free from corporeal infliction, but that he should not be punished by an extra imposition of labor, or by any badge of disgrace. When this was complained of, as being altogether too great a concession on the side of the slave, the utmost that could be extorted from the church, by way of retraction, was this,鈥攖hat in cases of very heinous offence the master should not be required to make the two latter promises. FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN GEORGIA. Victoria, Bolivar County, Mississippi. 一本道理高清在线播放,高清一区高清二区,一道本无吗DⅤD在线播放一区-免费高清视频 In 1782 business took M. Le Brun to Flanders, and his wife, who had never travelled, was delighted to accompany him. ? Raleigh Register and Richmond Enquirer will copy four times weekly, and send bills to this office. S. G. Stewart.