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And to our acknowledgment of His Providence. The native African bowing down with us before the altar of QUt the living God, declares that from us, feeble as we are, the light of Christianity has gone forth, while upon that curse of curses, the slave trade, a deadly blight has fallen as far as our influence extends. Therefore in the name of humanity, and virtue and religionin the name of the Great God, our common Creator, and our common Judge, we appeal to the nations of Christendom, and earnestly and respectfully ask of them, that theywill regard uswith the sympathy and friendly consideration, to which the peculiarities of our condition entitle us, and to extend to us, that comity which marksthe friendly intercourse of civilized and independent communities.
A. AyandeJe, The Miuiol14fY Impac/ on Mod"n Nipia (Ulndon, 1<}66) pp. 207-30. Blyden's famous speech at Lagos was published as Tht Return of 1M &ilts and 1M Wesl African Church (london, 1891). INTRODUCTION 39 Africans' as a law of nature: survival depended on the laws of African eugenics (no. 21). The local community, characterised by mutual aid, was based on the same principle as the African family. No rule of property was so important that it required anyone to suffer lack of the basic necessities of life.