1 The more I see of emancipation the more criminal I think it is.
2 Since the emancipation came and the tie of mutual interest and regard between master and servant was broken, the Negro has drifted away into a state which is neither freedom nor bondage.
3 In the same book, I met with one of Sheridan's mighty speeches on and in behalf of Catholic emancipation.
4 who worked for Catholic emancipation.
5 Doubtless the scheme may have been used, in unjustifiable ways, as a means of retarding our emancipation.
6 And he proceeded to unfold his own scheme of emancipation by means of which these drawbacks might have been avoided.
7 Alexey Alexandrovitch expressed the idea that the education of women is apt to be confounded with the emancipation of women, and that it is only so that it can be considered dangerous.
8 Anna, in that first period of her emancipation and rapid return to health, felt herself unpardonably happy and full of the joy of life.
9 After the war and emancipation, the great form of Frederick Douglass, the greatest of American Negro leaders, still led the host.
10 The first desire of the emancipated slave, generally, is for education.
11 Stowe, then of Lane Seminary, Ohio, with regard to emancipated slaves, now resident in Cincinnati; given to show the capability of the race, even without any very particular assistance or encouragement.
12 'Please, stop,' he repeated once more, instinctively revelling in a consciousness of his own advanced and emancipated condition.
13 There was nothing repulsive in the little plain person of the emancipated woman; but the expression of her face produced a disagreeable effect on the spectator.
14 It was an age in which the human intellect, newly emancipated, had taken a more active and a wider range than for many centuries before.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XIII. ANOTHER VIEW OF HESTER
15 We have emancipated them, but they remain slaves looking for their masters, all the same.