Warnings to Garrison for his life

Two Epistles appear, with warnings of danger for Garrison:

The first professes to be from a Bostonian, calls the Editor a damned rascal, warns that the paper is doomed, and those connected with it “are to be supplied with a plentiful coat of Tar and feathers”.

The other is from a Marylander, and a resident of Philadelphia…., with a kind and sympathetic tone…..”..Your life is sought after, and a reward of twenty thousand dollars has been offered by six Mississippians for your head…….Be aware of the assassin.  May God protect you.”

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