December 30, 1864 Here is notice that the subscription price of the paper will be increased, from $3 to $3.50 per year.

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January 2, 1863 Several letters from subscribers are printed here, giving encouragement to the editor, after his concerns about the price increase, expressed in the last editions of 1862.

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December 19 and 26, 1862 “The war has not only crippled the circulation of the newspaper press generally, but is has produced such a scarcity in the materials of making…

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December 2, 1853 Mary M. Gould, Secretary of the Ladies Anti-Slavery Sewing Circle, of Cincinnati, sends one hundred dollars as a contribution to the Liberator.

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It becomes apparent the paper needs money.  It is clear that the Editor would prefer not to have to accept advertisements, but will do so.  Urges especially advertisement of books,…

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There is a note that “clerical and sectarian” haters of the paper are circulating rumors of its pending failure, including statements that it lost 200 subscribers on January 1st.  The response…

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