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of Universal Emancipation, founded in Ohio by B. Lundy, 1.88, removed to Tennessee, 89, to Baltimore, 90; joined by G., 140; enlarged, 141; declining support, 162; suspended as weekly, 171; proposed renewal, 191; renewed as monthly, 175.
Georgetown, D. C., penalty for taking Lib., 1: 240.
Georgia, modifies first draft of Declaration of Independence, 1.167; refuses State aid to colonization, 148; dispossesses the Cherokees, 156, 182, 233, 270; alarm at Walker's Appeal, 160; law excluding ftion and material progress, 430, first number, 219, publication office, 220; first pictorial heading, 231, 270, second, 2.208; effect on free colored people, 1.234, 255; welcomed in England, 327, characterized by G., 335, 458, proscribed in Georgetown, D. C., and Columbia, S. C., 240; prompts a message by Governor Hamilton of S. C., and appeal by Savannah authorities to Boston, 241; reward offered by Georgia for editor or publisher, 247; office a rendezvous, 273; enlargement, Ladies' Department