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ng people; that it should assist in fastening the odium on the Old Organization.
Lib. 12.75, 77. was promptly pursued by the People's Advocate of New Hampshire, which, from being an independent paper under the editorship of St. Clair and others, had shrunk
A. St. Clair. to a department in Leavitt's Emancipator. Speaknce June came in, been extremely active in the field, making a memorable first visit to Cape Cod, together with
Lib. 12.99, 102, 107, 114. campaigns in Maine, New Hampshire, and various parts of Massachusetts.
His adventures in the Mohawk Valley and beyond—the beautiful region settled by New England emigrants, and popularly known have its iron grip upon him, suppressing every effort of his fallen manhood to rise again, brought him to the Liberator office during his brother's absence in New Hampshire.
While the latter, with Rogers, was making
Ante, p. 22. the woods of the White Mountains ring with the anthems of the free, or rejoicing in the conversion of