Arrest of Abolitionist in Maryland

Arrest of an Abolitionist in Maryland – William Wall, an Englishman by birth, but recently of Bucks county,  Pa., was arrested on Monday last, at a camp-meeting near Everstine’s, in Allegheny county (Md.) charged with disseminating incendiary publications, and inflaming and exciting the slaves against their masters.  On Tuesday he was committed, in default of bail, to answer for the felony at the next term.

                                                             (Liberator, Sept. 8, 1843, pg 3)