April 6, 1855 Here is the report of the Committee on Federal Relations, which cites its reasons for a request that Governor Henry J. Gardner “with the advice and consent…

Read More Removal of Judge Loring

1855 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

April 20, 1855 An account of various amendments offered to the report of the Committee on Federal Relations, which has recommended the removal of the Judge.  These amendments were designed…

Read More Judge Loring Case

1855 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

May 18, 1855 The Governor has refused to remove Judge Loring.  After recounting the Governor’s stated reasons, the article comments:  “This is not a temporary issue.  It is no trifling…

Read More Governor Gardner and Judge Loring

1855 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

March 27, 1857 There is a “Remonstrance of Judge Loring”, in which the Judge submits his response to petitions for his removal, and another longer article from the Boston Daily…

Read More Judge Loring

1857 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

May 8, 1857 An account of the vote by the Massachusetts Senate, and its letter to Gov. Gardner, requesting the removal of the Judge.  A comment is that the editor…

Read More Removal of Judge Loring

1857 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

1858 Burns, Anthony Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

March 26, 1858 This issue includes the text of Governor’s order removing Loring, and an article celebrating that “the deed is done”.

Read More Removal of Judge Loring

1858 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley

April 2, 1858 Much of the first two pages is devoted to reaction to the removal of Loring, including three columns under the Refuge of Oppression,   Personal Liberty Bill Defeated…

Read More Removal of Judge Loring

1858 Fugitive Slave Laws Loring, Judge Edward Greeley Massachusetts Legislature Pro-Slavery

April 9, 1858 In this issue there is a long column from the Boston Courier, opposing the removal of Loring, and using strong words of protest against the Liberator.  The…

Read More Controversy over Judge Loring

1858 Loring, Judge Edward Greeley