‘Dog-eat-Dog State of Society’

We are requested to give notice, by the publishers and author of a ‘higher law’, work, entitled ‘A Dog-eat-DogState of Society’. that one half of the proceeds from its sales will be gven in aid of John Brown’s family.  The large engraving is designed to show the inharmonic condition of society, with a valuable descriptive work, containing some of General Washington’s remarks  AGAINST SLAVERY, which were suppressed, but which should have been introduced into the late celebrated ‘Address upon Washington.’  It also contains Jefferson’s and Lafayette’s sentiments against slavery.  The work may be obtained of Messrs. Reading & Co., No 8 State street, Boston

                         (Liberator, Dec. 16, 1859, pg3)