Agents for Anti-Slavery Society, Buffum and Garrison

New England Anti-Slavery Society    We presume that most of our readers are already informed that the Anti-Slavery Society have appointed two persons as agents to go through the towns of New England, and inform the people of the general views and objects of the Society.  These gentlemen are, Arnold Buffum, the President of the Society, and William Lloyd Garrison.  Of Mr. Buffum’s course our friends have received some intelligence in the letters published in our last number.  Further information respecting the movements of these messengers will be laid before our readers as we receive it.

(Liberator, Sept 15, 1832,pg 3)