ich raged in the Northern States from the year 1827.
A man named Morgan, a printer, had published, for gain, a book in which the harmless sused the book to have an immense sale.
Soon after its publication, Morgan announced another volume which was to reveal unimagined horrors; but, before the book appeared, Morgan disappeared, and neither ever came to light.
Now arose the question, What became of Morgan? and it rent tMorgan? and it rent the nation, for a time, into two imbittered and angry factions.
said the Free Masons, that perjured traitor, died and was buried in tMorgan!
said the Free Masons, that perjured traitor, died and was buried in the natural and ordinary fashion.
said the anti-Masons, that martyred patriot, was dragged from his home by Masonic ruffians, taken iMorgan!
said the anti-Masons, that martyred patriot, was dragged from his home by Masonic ruffians, taken in the dead of night to the shores of the Niagara river, murdered, and thrown into the rapids.
It is impossible for any one to conceive the ut every election in the Northern States for at least two years after Morgan vanished.
Hundreds of Lodges bowed to the storm, sent in their cha