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Permit of the Mayor to use Faneuil Hall for a public meeting on the 30 Oct. 1842
Persons to whom we sent the Texas Circular
Petition to Gov. to fill the office of Agt. For Col'd Seamen
Pledges for Liberator, 1839
Poetry, 1843. Weymouth. Bard Adlington.
Printed letter from James Redpath to Lysander Spooner
Proslavery names in 1835
Recommendation to Gov. Morton to fill office and signers
Resolutions against 1838 Gag Law
Resolutions of the World's Convention
Resolutions passed by the Worcester Co. North Division A. S. Soc.
Resolves relating to Slavery & the Slave Trade & the admission of new States into the Union.
S. E. Sewall's Draft of a Petition
The Lawyers Remonstrance for Judge Loring
The Problem of the Free Negroes. A few thoughts upon the proposed solution of it.
The Role of Infamy
The undersigned hereby agree to take the number of slaves let against their names respectively, upon the foregoing terms & conditions
West India Emancipation
[Circular for The Liberator]