October 14, 1842 An item from the Albany Tocsin  “…. Tell the slaveholders that we passed twenty-six prime slaves to the land of freedom last week, and several more this…

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October 21, 1842 “The Exciting Subject  — A letter from the editor of the Emancipator, written at Bangor, Maine., tells of the following incident:  The Rev. Dr. Hawes,  of Hartford,…

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October 28, 1842 One more sign of hope, one more church takes an ant-slavery position.   Notice of a regular church meeting, in Millbury (probably Mass), where the Baptist Church enacts…

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October 28, 1842  Latimer, a fugitive slave from Norfolk, Va., was pursued by his owner, James Gray, who had him arrested on a charge of larceny. A writ of habeas…

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November 4, 1842 Here are long accounts of the Faneuil Hall meeting, speeches made, of strong controversy, discussion on all sides, in which the Latimer case is lifted in the…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1842 Fugitive Slave Laws Latimer, George

November 4, 1842 From Boston Daily Bee, is an account of the Faneuil Hall meeting.  It includes a statement about a “darkey” who was not listened to, and then Phillips…

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November 11, 1842 Here is an account of the Faneuil Hall meeting, in which it becomes clear that the “darkey” who had not been “listened to” was Lenox Remond.

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November 11, 1842 From the New England (Catholic) Reporter, an article is titled, “The Liberator, alias, the Disorganizer”   It names the Liberator “that mighty advocate for the slave, whose puissant…

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November 18, 1842 Here is a letter from Douglass, telling of a gathering in New Bedford, and commenting on the Latimer case.

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December 9. 1842 Here are words from James Gray, proclaimed owner of Latimer, also accounts of meetings in Abington and Dedham, resolving for passage of state personal liberty laws.

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This Association shall be the North Abington Church Anti-Slavery Society. Officers elected:   Rev. Willard Pierce, ,President;  Dea. Samuel Wales, Vice President;  Dea. James Ford, Secretary; Executive Committee: Mr. Solomon Ford,…

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Something of a Row  — The following is an extract of a letter received from Macon, dated on the 1st inst. The cause, if any, for this outrageous proceeding, is…

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New Movement  — It appears by a communication in the Boston Liberator, that an association of women has been formed in Essex County, in this State, for the benevolent purpose…

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Death of Wm. Ellery Channing Intelligence has been received in this city of the decease of this distinguished writer, philanthropist and divine, at Bennington, Vermont, on Sunday afternoon last, after…

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-William Lloyd Garrison's Best Lines & Headlines 1842 Channing, William Ellery