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Rev. M.D. Conway, of Cincinnati, preached  at Music Hall, Sunday forenoon, on the emergencies of the times.  The closing portion of his sermon related to the war, which was advocated…

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MASS  ‘ANTI-SLAVERY’ CONVENTION IN CINCINNATI,  OHIO   Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, April 27th, 28th, 29th, 1852 Friends of Freedom: Do not forget our Convention. We invite all, from all parts of…

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June 28, 1850 Here is an article from the Boston Republican, unsigned, telling the story of a man being taken from the streets of Cincinnati to Kentucky, by men claiming…

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The story of an Anti-Abolition meeting, Jan 22, with the Mayor acting as President.   The meeting refers to the foundation of the nation and the discussion of the fact that …

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Newspapers favorable to slaveholders     (Liberator,   Nov 11, 1862, pg 3) WONDERFUL DOCUMENT!   1. Judging from the tone of the Democratic press, the President’s Emancipation Proclamation is a…

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A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writing from Washington, under the date of July 17, says: –“Rev. M. D. Conway, of Cincinnati, is here, providing for the welfare of his…

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Stampede of Slaves  — New Creek, Va., Oct. 14  Six slaves from near Romney came into camp to-day.  They were pursued until within six miles of our camp by the…

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Political – The Cincinnati Gazette has a despatch from St. Louis of the following tenor” …’An important document has been prepared for the press, and published here to-day, presenting an…

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The Cincinnati Enquirer states that some of the slaves are taking advantage of the present condition of the River, which is now thoroughly frozen over, to make their escape into…

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The Christian Press is the title of a new religious paper, of which we have received a number or two, published simultaneously at Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Chicago.  It is under…

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An Abolitionist Caught in Vicksburg “We have caught’, says the Vicksburg Sentinel of the last inst, ‘one of the Cincinnati villains of the Abolition school, in the act of carrying…

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ANOTHER ABOLITION SOCIETY We  learn from the Cincinnati Standard, that a  ‘respectable number of the citizens of Fayette, Ross and Highland counties’, (Ohio) met at Greenfield recently for the formation…

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Some of the Signs of the Times    The Universe, a leading Catholic paper, published in Philadelphia, and hitherto decidedly “Democratic” and Anti-Administration, has been converted, and now goes for…

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Stampede of Slaves – New Creek, Va., Oct. 14 – Six slaves from near Romney came into camp to-day. They were pursued until within six miles of our camp by…

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“A slaveholder , at the South, in a letter directed to the editor of the Herald of Progressivism, in which he enclosed $10 for an emancipated slave in Cincinnati, says…

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The Liberator, February 1, 1839, pg 1 lists Agents by State and Town: Maine — Brewer, Portland   New Hampshire — Plymouth, Amherst  Vermont — Woodstock  Massachusetts — Newburyport, Mansfield,…

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I’m pleased to introduce you to my friend…….                                            …

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December 2, 1853 Mary M. Gould, Secretary of the Ladies Anti-Slavery Sewing Circle, of Cincinnati, sends one hundred dollars as a contribution to the Liberator.

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August 8, 1845 Here is notice of an Indianapolis mob murdering a colored man on the 4th of July. The man had purchased his freedom in Kentucky, many years ago.…

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South Carolina Presbytery & Methodist General Conference The S.C. Presbytery asserts that: “Slavery has existed in the Church of God from the time of Abraham to this day. Members of…

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Lane Seminary Important Anti-Slavery Document Full exposure of the gagging system Statement of the reasons which have induced the students of Lane Seminary to dissolve their connection with that institution.…

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There are now 23 agents listed in various locations.  By the end of August there were 25, and by mid-September, 27 , including Cincinnati, and Port-au-Prince.  By early 1832 agents…

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