ANTI-SLAVERY MEETING in the OLD CRADLE OF LIBERTY !!
A meeting of the CITIZENS OF BOSTON AND VICINITY will be held THIS DAY, (Friday, January 28) in FANEUIL HALL, at 10 o’clock, A.M. to bear a Public Testimony against the continuance of Slavery and the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia, and to devise ways and means for redeeming the Character of the Nation by the purification of the Seat of Government from the foul stains of Oppression, Misrule and Violence, in a peaceful ant constitutional manner.
Among the speakers who may be expected to address the meeting are Col. Miller of Vermont, N.P. Rogers of New Hampshire, James Cannings Fuller of New York, Wendell Phillips, George Bradburn, and Charles Lenox Remond of Massachusetts. Let the gathering be immense, and the Old Cradle of Liberty rock as in the days of old. !
(Liberator, Jan. 28, 1842, pg 3)