Limington, Me, 3d mo.23, 1835
Respected friend William Lloyd Garrison: Agreeable to a previous notice, a meeting was held on the 29th of1st mo., by only 17 persons, for the purpose of considering the propriety of forming an Anti-Slavery Society, and after some discussions, a Constitution was formed, and signed by 14 of them.
Officers chosen: Dr. Lewis Whitney, President, Wingate Frost, Vice President, Joseph Brackett, Secretary, J.M. Marston, Treasurer,
Committee: Dr. C. J. Adams, James McArthur, Aaron C. Waldron
Another meeting was held on the 11inst., at which forty persons signed the Constitution. The Society now consists of 84 members….
(Liberator, April 4, 1835, pg 2)