verything else give way (communications, editorials, and all) to the debates in Congress upon the petitions for the abolition of slavery in the D. of C. The sooner we
District of Columbia. publish the debates, the greater will be the interest in their perusal.
Let him select the best reports he can find.
It is important, too, that we should publish all official documents, in opposition to our cause, instanter, that we may not be anticipated by other papers.
In the next Liberator (i. e., Jan. 23), if possible, insert the accompanying extract from Gov. Marcy's
Lib. 6.17, 13. message, and also the correspondence between him and Gov. Gayle, of Alabama, respecting Williams—especially the latter.
Give as good an account of the annual meeting to the readers
Mass. A. S. Society. as the time will permit.
Probably E. M. P. Wells would prefer not to be one of the officers of our Society.
Let the Vice-Presidents be as influential as possible, without relying too much upon names. We