George Bourne

George Bourne (1780–1845) was a 19th-century American abolitionist and editor credited as the first public proclaimer of "immediate emancipation without compensation" of American slaves.

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George Bourne - Opinion of Peers - Dutch Reformed Church of New York
... Excerpts taken from "Pioneer of Anti-Slavery by his son, Rev Theodore Bourne, Methodist Quarterly Review—January 1882 ... antiwar socialist Greenwich Village radical Randolph Bourne, mention a grandfather on his father, Charles Bourne's side, who was a famous abolitionist, a pastor at ... Randolph Bourne's great-grandfather was Rev George Bourne ...