Douglass & Delany seek Colored Support for North Star

October 6, 1848

A brief article, from the Pennsylvania Freeman, tells of Douglass, Delany, and Remond, in Philadelphia, with “the principle object of extending the circulation of the North Star….. We wish our friends, Douglass and Delany, most cheering success in their efforts for the North Star. There ought to be at least 1,000 subscribers to it among the colored people here, and if they would spend less of sensual indulgence and foolish show, they might do more than this to sustain their ablest organ, and thereby improve themselves. We hope every colored church will be freely opened to them, and that minister and people will unite to aid their work.”