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Chapter 15: the Personal Liberty Law.—1855. Massachusetts, at the instigation of the abolitionists, makes its Personal Liberty Law more stringent in obstruction of the Fugitive Slave Law. Celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the mobbing of Garrison in Boston by men of property and standing. By midsummer of 1855, out of eleven United States Lib. 25.106. Senators elected by the legislatures of eight Northern States since the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Bill, not one was tolerant of that measure. New Hampshire itself, the stronghold of the Pierce Administration, having been carried by the Know-Nothings, returned John P. Lib. 25.43, 51, 99. Hale to the Senate. And, fresh from this act of defiance, its Legislature opened, on June 22, the Hall of the House Lib. 25.102. of Representatives to an abolition convention in session at the capital, and listened without disfavor to disunion addresses from Garrison and Phillips. The year closed with an ominous struggle in t