Notice of the party meeting, deferred until February, hoping for the largest “anti-slavery meeting ever assembled in Boston.

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January 6, 1843 In the first issue of the year there is an article of three columns, signed only by the initials E. Q., (probably Edmund Quincy) strongly deprecating the…

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August 4, 1843 Here is reference to Alvan Stewart’s advice that abolitionists not attend the many conventions which have been publicized.  He is “attached” to the Liberty Party, and the…

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September 22, 1843 Under the title Liberty Party, here are some unsigned excerpts from an explication of the position taken against all political parties:  in reference to persons who are…

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November 15, 1844 Here is a recapitulation of votes for Polk, and gubernatorial votes, and Congressional Districts in Massachusetts.   In regard to the Liberty Party, it has not done well…

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October 6, 1854 This account tells of the meeting of the Liberty party, indicating that attendance was small, unenthusiastic, “proceedings not animated”, etc and then tells of subsequent meetings of…

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