July 24, 1846
An article about Garrison’s trip, tells of the numerous people who were at the wharf to bid him well. It also calls attention to the fact that, during his absence, he has entrusted the main charge of the newspaper to Edmund Quincy and Charles K. Whipple, who will be assisted by Maria Chapman and Wendell Phillips.
There is also a notice, signed by Coffin Pitts, and Benjamin Weeden, of a Crowded Meeting of the Colored Population of Boston, who bid Garrison farewell during a meeting at the Baptist Church, Belknap St. There is an address by John T. Hilton.