The Impertinent Mr. Garrison

Impertinence . A Mr. Garrison, who has been lately punished in Baltimore for similar impertinences, presumes to reflect upon this city, in the Boston Transcript, on account a certain class of our population. Could not this man be provided with some decent honest employment – at the plough or any other vocation which will keep him out of mischief, and prevent him from meddling with the concerns of those about whom he knows nothing, and who are perfectly adequate to the management of their own concerns. Charleston (S.C) City Gazette

(Liberator, January 15, 1831, pg 1)