Favorable Prospects in Sweden

Favorable Prospects  in Sweden —- The London Anti-Slavery Reporter says that a movement in favor of abolition has been made in Sweden.  In both houses of the Diet, an address to the king has been moved and carried, soliciting an inquiry into the state of slavery at St. Bartholomew’s, with a view of its determination.  The address was moved in the Upper House by Professor Gier, a person of distinquished literary rank, and by his brother in the lower.

(Liberator, June 18, 1841, pg 1)