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The bundle of papers, via Worcester, was safely conveyed and put into my hands on Friday evening, and great was my
Dec. 11, surprise, as well as pleasure, to receive a copy of the Liberator.
Dec. 12, 1835. In my article on Mr. Cheever's senDec. 12, 1835. In my article on Mr. Cheever's sentence, you perceive I broached my ultra doctrines respecting reliance upon the civil arm and appeals to the law. Tracy will probably nibble at it,
Ed. Boston Recorder. Ante, 1.472. and perhaps start anew the cry of French Jacobinism!
but so be it.o the office, and having first chatted a little with brother Henry and friend Knapp, then read the last Liberator, I have
Dec. 26, 1835. now seized my pen to write to one who is dearer to me than any other earthly object. . . .
Brother Phelps ha on both sides.
Meantime, nothing could have seemed more utopian.
A full year before,—when as yet there was no Southern
Dec. 10, 1834. panic over incendiary matter in the mails, no Charleston bonfire, no well done!
from the Postmaster-General, n