May 22, 1846 Notice of the funeral, held at Tremont Temple, with burial at Mt. Auburn, and an evening meeting at Faneuil Hall.

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May 15, 1846 A letter signed, “A Baltimorean”, notes the death of Torrey, in the penitentiary hospital, and this becomes a call to the people of Massachusetts to “come out…

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May 2, 1845 From the Baltimore correspondent of the Atlas, comes a notice that Torrey, imprisoned, has been sick for a week past, “but is again at work”.  He has…

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August 23, 1844 A letter from the Glasgow Emancipation Society,  offering sympathy for Torrey, who has been arrested and imprisoned in Baltimore for assisting slaves to escape from their masters…

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January 28, 1842 The Lynn Register comments on the recent seizure and imprisonment of C. T. Torrey, an abolitionist from Mass., while attending a Slaveholders Convention, in Annapolis, MD. The…

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