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Garrison, Wm. Lloyd, editor.

THE LIBERATOR. "Our Country Is the World -- Our Countrymen Are All Mankind" Boston, Friday, August 28, 1840.

Masthead shows two images: one of a slave auction and the other emancipated slaves, 25 x 17, 137-140. Creased, very toned, spotted, ink name, small holes, tears else good. Included in contents: More than 2 1/2 pages covering the Glasgow Emancipation Society meeting; letter from Wm. Howitt of England to Lucretia Mott expressing sympathy to her and outrage that the female delegation to the London anti-slavery conference was turned away because they were women; notices for the Union Monthly Concert for the slaves and appointment of delegates by "colored citizens of Boston" to the National Reform Convention; ad for the Colored Seamen's Home; small article "The Indian Passing Away" in which their extinction is imminent due to the swelling of the white population plus much more.


Book Id: 99-2103

Price: $55.00

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