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mobbing of the New York State Anti-Slavery Society at its organization, on the day of the Boston mob (Niles' Register, 49.162). It bears the stamp of inconsistency on its very face.
. . . We have not forgotten here, and do not mean to forget, Stanton's version of the Abolition Constitution:—Article first: All men are born free and equal.
Article second: Stick and Hang.
Isaac Knapp to W. L. Garrison. Boston, October 26, 1835.
My heart is made glad by the receipt of your letto argue our cause in public with subtle sophists and insolent scoffers?
It is true, we have the lion-hearted, invincible Weld, at the West, and our strong and indefatigable
T. D. Weld. brother Stanton in Rhode Island; but the withdrawal of
H. B. Stanton. Thompson seems like the loss of many agents. . . .
By the way—looking at the thing in its true light, this custom of appointing one day in the year to be specially thankful for the good gifts of God is an absurdity, tending, I think, to k