Anti-Slavery in the South

The Wanderer”s Slaves   The Montgomery Daily Advertiser is informed that subpoenas have been served upon several planters in Georgia, suspected of having purchased portions of the cargo of Africans lately introduced into that State, with a view to employ them as witnesses in the legal proceedings now pending in reference to that importation.  The Advertiser, though formerly an advocate for the revival of the slave trade, had now changed its mind.  It is convinced of its error; and it is not satisfied, ‘after mature and careful consideration,’ that the revival of the African slave trade, instead of being the salvation, would be the ruin of the South.

(Liberator, Jan 7, 1859, pg 3)