“ I have seen Mr. Wilberforce. He has repudiated his views of the Colonization Society, and regards its principles and purposes with disapprobation.”
On the same page is a notice of the death of Wilberforce, July 28, in his 74th year.
On the same page in a letter from Charles Stuart to Arnold Buffum, written from London, June 29th: reference to Cresson: “Garrison is here, zealous, uncompromising, untiring. ….He is laboring like himself, the people, as they become acquainted with him, love and admire him – Cresson skulks from all collision with him, in a manner at once insolent and dastardly.”
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