Two new Anti-Slavery Societies


On Wednesday of last week, after an address by Mr. Le Row, and Anti-Slavery Society was formed in Carver, Mass. Consisting of thirty seven members.  Levi Vaughan was chosen President, and Rev. Richard Thayer, Secretary.

On Sunday evening last, Rev. Mr. May lectured to a very large and attentive audience in Weymouth, after which a Society was formed auxiliary to the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society.

                                                                    (Liberator, April 9, 1836, pg 2)