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2 Including John P. Robinson and Thomas (afterwards Judge) Hopkinson, leading lawyers. From the latter's office Wendell Phillips had lately gone to be admitted to the bar at Concord. Mass. (Crowley's Lowell, p. 119).
5 A natural development of the original ‘Slavery Record’ of the first volume; ‘into which we propose to copy some of the choicest specimens of anti-abolition morality, decency, logic and humanity—generally without note or comment’ (Lib. 4.3). A year later: ‘It has already opened the eyes of many to see how cruelly abolitionists are calumniated by their enemies; and it proves that we are ready to let both sides of the controversy be seen in our columns’ (Lib. 5.3).
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