Response to anti-abolition meeting in Liberator

“Meeting of Citizens  — This meeting will not satisfy the south — it will not even mitigate their anger.  Nothing will suit them but an open advocacy of perpetual slavery, and the suppression of anti-slavery publications by penal enactments. So, Bostonians, you have disgraced yourselves in vain, and will receive in exchange for your servility, an abundance of kicks, cuffs and curses –from your chivalrous brethren at the south! ..) (Liberator, August 29, 1835, pg 3)

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