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the slave●-code is designed only for the security o●f the master, and not with re■gard to the welfare of the s■lave. This is implied in the wh

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aw-making and law-administr■ation, and is often asserted in d●istinct form, with a precision and clearness● of legal accuracy which, in a literary

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re quite admirable. Th■us, Judge Ruffin, after statin■g that considerations restricting the power of■ the master had often been drawn from ●a comp

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with the r■elation of parent and child, master and ●apprentice, tutor and pupil, says distinctly: ● The court does not recognize their ●application. There is no likeness between the c●ases. They are in opposition to eac●h other, and there is an impassabl■e gulf between them. * * * * Wheeler’s L●aw of Slavery, page 246. In the one [ca●se], the end in view is the happiness o●f the youth, born to equal rights with that go■vernor, on whom the duty devolves o●f training the young to usefulness, in a station● which he is afterwards to assume among■ freemen. * * * * With slavery it is f●ar otherwise. The end is the profit of th●e master, his security and the pu●b

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