Oliver Johnson, Editor National Anti-Slavery Standard

Oliver Johnson, in the last number of the Pennsylvania Freeman, gives his valediction (which we have in type) as the editor of that paper, having accepted the uanimous invitation of the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society, to be Associate Editor of the National Anti-Slavery Standard — an arrangement which will give general satisfaction.  Cyrus M. Burleigh will succced Mr. Johnson as editor of the Freeman — an excellent  substitution.                                 (Liberator, March 25, 1853, pg 3)