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o public, 159. American Jurist, 1.310. American Peace Society, military membership, 2.222; denounces Non-Resistant Soc., 242. American Sentinel, 2.424. American Socialist (Oneida), 2.144. American Spectator (Washington), 1.234. American Traveller, see Traveller (Boston). American Union for the Relief and Improvement of the Colored Race, founded, 1.469, characterized by A. Walker and L. Tappan, 472, by C. Tappan, 474, proceedings, 473, demise, 474, futility, 2.258. Ames, Ellis [d. 1884, aged 75], witnesses Boston mob, 2.25, 27, 35, copies warrant of G.'s arrest, 28. Amistad case, 2.326. Ammidon, Miss M. and sister, 2.68, 105. Amory, Thomas C., 2.22. Andover, pro-slavery repression in Theol. Seminary, 1.474, 475, 2.2, 3; Appeal against Lib., 141, 165, 167. Andrews, Ethan Allen [1787-1858], book on slavery, 1.473; southern tour, 474. Andrews, William, 2.29. Angus, Robert, 1.12, 17. Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women, in N. Y., 2.131, in Phi