‘Garrison Society’, Anti-Slavery Society, and Sewall, Kittredge, Remond


Samuel E. Sewall, Esq., of this city, Dr. Ingalls Kittredge of Beverly, and Mr. John Remond of Salem, have constituted themselves Life Members of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, by the payment of $15 each; and through the kindness and liberality of the ‘Garrison  Society’ of Boston, (composed entirely of colored females,) the names of the publishers of the Liberator have been enrolled upon the list of Life Members of this Society.

                                                  (Liberator, November 23, 1833, pg 3)