Anti-Slavery Society, Princeton, N.J.

Princeton, N.J.  July 30, 1835

Respected Sir:  A number of young men, attached to the literary institution at this place,  who have for some time had their minds awakened to the subject of Slavery, as a moral and political evil, met a few evenings since and adopted the following resolutions:

Resolved. That this Society be called the Princeton, New Jersey, Young Men’s Anti-Slavery Society

Very respectfully,  Your obedient servants,

William H. Hilliard,  David Jones, Paul Blount   Committee

                                                                             (Liberator, August 8, 1835,pg 2)