ady displayed in this narrative; and
Ante, 2.51, 107-114, 152-154; 3.3, 9, 65. as far back as the summer of 1844, remarking the roving commission of the Rev. Justin Edwards, D. D., of Andover, for a year past, to enforce Sabbatarianism, he proposed a
Lib. 14.110. New England Convention to discuss the Sabbath.
Occurrences meanwhe necks of the American people.
In a recent appeal made for pecuniary assistance by the Executive Committee of that Union, it is stated that the Secretary (Rev. Dr. Edwards) has visited twenty of the United States, and travelled more than thirty thousand miles, addressing public bodies of all descriptions, and presenting reasonseep the Sabbath,—all secular business, travelling, and amusement be confined to six days in a week, —and all people assemble on the Sabbath, and worship God.
Justin Edwards. A permanent (?) Sabbath document has been prepared by the Secretary; and what has already been done will put a copy of this document into more than three hun