Jun 23, 1843 Here reference is to a committee, headed by Wendell Phillips, appointed to meet with Tyler, upon his coming to Boston, to urge him to emancipate his slaves. …

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March 17, 1843 “The Massachusetts petition consists of a roll of  paper two feet wide, two feet in diameter,, and more than half a mile long, to which are attached…

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February 17, 1843 Celebrating and congratulating themselves on the collection of the petitions,  a note at the end of this report says:  “The petition was carried on the shoulders of…

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February 10, 1843 There is an account of the meeting of a large meeting of colored citizens at the Belknap-street church, Feb 1st.  The meeting, among other actions, affirms support…

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February 3, 1843 62,791 people have signed petition to the state legislature, and 48,000 to the US Congress.  John Quincy Adams was selected to take charge of the petitions to Congress.

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February 3, 1843 Several columns of “Correspondence between the Authorities of Virginia and the Executive of Massachusetts, relative to the Latimer Case.” There is also an account of a “Latimer…

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January 20, 1843 An announcement of the Latimer Committee that they now have forty eight thousand names on petitions, and the goal is to have one hundred thousand “sons and…

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January  13, 1843 A call for more petitions, signed by H.I. Bowditch, indicates that at least twenty thousand names, exclusive of Suffolk County, have been secured on petitions, and assurance…

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January  13, 1843 Here is an account of  “A Church Mob, with the Minister at the Head of It”, which disturbed an abolitionist lecture in a Congregational Church in Phipsburg, Maine.…

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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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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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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 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 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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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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