The Anti-Slavery Examiner was an irregular anti-slavery serial published in the 1830s and 1840s by the American Anti-Slavery Society.
The Anti-Slavery Examiner began publication with the August 1836 issue. The next issue followed a month later, but later issues were published more irregularly, often took tract or pamphlet form, and in some cases were not clearly or consistently numbered. (Some numbers also came out in revised editions, or were reused for later publications) Number 13, the number with the latest date, was published in 1845, and number 14, the highest issue number, is dated 1840.
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