New Movement – Anti-Slavery Tracts

November 10, 1854

A notice to the Friends of the paper, signed by Wendell Phillips, and Francis Jackson,  and an action of the Executive Committee of the American Anti-Slavery Society, indicates the desire to engage larger numbers of people in the movement. It is circulating twenty tracts for wide distribution.  They are “concise, pithy, and stringent, and specially adapted to the present crisis ….the work must not be postponed…”