Fugitive Slave Law is NOT LAW


At a meeting of the citizens of Boston, held in Liberty Hall, on the 2d November instant, according to public notice, William Phillips was appointed Chairman, and Robert Gray, Secretary.

Resolved,  That any enactment founded on injustice cannot be considered Law in its true sense, and therefore is of no binding force upon moral and accountable beings, who recognize the sovereignty of God, and feel bound to obey him rather than man.

                                       (Liberator, Nov 28, 1851, pg 3)