The Presidential Election

Before the issuing of another number of our paper, the Presidential Election will have terminated — probably in the choice of Abraham Lincoln for President, and Hannibal Hamlin for Vice President of the United States.  Standing aloof from all political parties acting under the American Constitution, because in its pro-slavery compromises it is ‘a covenant with death and an agreement with hell,’ we reiterate the cry, ‘NO UNION WITH SLAVEHOLDERS,‘ and conjure all true-hearted abolitionists to maintain their integrity, and keep their feet firmly planted on THE ROCK OF UNCOMPROMISINGPRINCIPLE. The overthrow of this blood-stained Union is the work to be achieved in righteousness. Onward!

(Liberator , November 2, 1860 pg 2)