Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dr. Crandall” in chapter 16, page 118 of John F. Hume, The abolitionists together with personal memories of the struggle for human rights:
...ked up by some one who was on the lookout for incendiary publications.
No little excitement followed its discovery.
The community was aroused.
Indeed, so great was the agitation occasioned that Dr. Crandall , to whom the inhibited paper had been traced, was in great physical danger from mob violence.
He was arrested, and, partly to save his life, was thrust into jail, where he remained for eight months...
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