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[Petition to deny the use of Faneuil Hall]
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society records, 1850-1858
Andrews, H. A.
Adams, C. F.
Allen, Andrew J.
Appleton, Sam A.
Alleyne, I. S. B
Andrews, William P.
Abbott, Sam L.
New-York Historical Society
Signed petition addressed the the Mayor and Alderman [of Boston, Massachusetts] to deny a particular group the use of Faneuil Hall on the grounds that "the meeting to be of such an exciting character as to endanger the peace of the City." The petition was signed by Arnold Charles, Austin Edward, H. A. Andrews, C. F. Adams, Andrew J. Allen, Sam A. Appleton, I. S. B. Alleyne, William P. Andrews, Sam L. Abbott and ca. 186 others.
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