Garrison, Douglass, Foster condemned

March 17, 1848

Under Refuge of Oppression, is an item from the Ashland, Ohio Standard, dated  Sept 2, 1847.
It names the three as holding forth to the good people of the Western Reserve, advocating the cause of Abolition and Dissolution of the Union.  It advises that “Garrison had better be at home, tending to his business, if he has any; Foster should be looking after Abby and her responsibility, and Douglass ought to go to Mississippi or Louisiana, and hire himself out to a cotton or sugar planter.”

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