decided majority in its favor, but no action was deemed advisable, and no vote was attempted.
Many of the participants returned to renew the discussion at the New England Convention in Boston.
Henry C. Wright was
May 24-26, 1842. ready with fresh resolutions, offered on behalf of the business committee:
Resolved, That th107, 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 as the West even down to the date of this narrative—are related in the following letters, which give a glimpse of the bright and he particulars.
Up to this hour, I have enjoyed myself far beyond my expectations.
The spirit of hospitality, in this section, exceeds anything to be found in New England, with comparatively rare exceptions.
Money is about as scarce as gold dust, but there is no lack of food and the other necessaries of life, and to these you ar