Mrs. Lovejoy. The strong and universal burst of sympathy for this lady, elicited in all parts of the free States, must be truly grateful to her feeling, and serve to alleviate her sorrow of heart. Collections to provide for the necessities of herself and family are making in different parts of the country, and we doubt not the aggregate amount will be honorable to anti-slavery benevolence.
At Middletown, Ct. $538 were collected for this purpose at two meetings only. Nobly done!
(Liberator, Dec. 22, 1837, pg 3)