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1 Afterwards (1841-1865) the printer of the Liberator.
2 See Fourth Annual Report Mass. A. S. Society, 1836, p. 57, and Goodell's “Slavery and Anti-slavery,” p. 401. The Philanthropist and Investigator was temporarily suspended at the end of August, 1829, for want of funds. Two months later its publication was resumed, the Genius of Temperance having been united with it, and in July of the following year it was removed to New York; but after a time Mr. Goodell was compelled to relinquish the publication, owing to inadequate support.
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