Uncle Tom’s Cabin with “Romish” change

A letter from Rome in the Independence of Brussels states that a translation of Uncle Tom’s Cabin has just been published in that city, but that the Protestant sentiments expressed in the work have been changed into Romish ones. Thus, the reason assigned for the cruel whipping of Tom by the ferocious Legree is, that Tom believed in the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception.!

(Liberator,  Jan 14, 1859, pg 3)