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[160] so original, able, and important, coming from such a source, should not have been promptly noticed in the Genius, even if critically and with exceptions; but it was not until the Richmond Whig had reported, with ridicule, the secret session of the Virginia Legislature to consider a message from Governor Giles on the subject, and the Savannah Georgian had announced similar action on the part of Governor Gilmer and the Georgia Legislature, that Garrison alluded to it in any way. After copying the two articles above referred to, he said:
‘We have had this pamphlet on our table for some time past,1 and are not surprised at its effect upon our sensitive Southern ’

1 G. U. E., Jan. 15, 1830, p. 147.

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