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ped to devote the last three weeks of the year wholly to the Liberator, but he had scarcely reached Boston before he was summoned to New York to attend a committee
Dec. 15. meeting of the American Freedman's Aid Commission; and three days later he was compelled to fulfil an engagement at Philadelphia, for a lecture at the Academy of Music.
Even while he was speaking, the telegraph wires
Dec. 18. were bearing to every part of the land the official proclamation of Secretary Seward, issued that day, announcing the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment, and its consequent incorporation as a part of the Constitution.
Hurrying back to Boston, the editor of sing-stick and himself set up the proclamation for insertion in the number just going to press,—the last issue but one of the paper,—and to it appended this paean:
With our own hands we have put in type this unspeakably
Lib. 35.202. cheering and important official announcement that, at last, the old covenant with d