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ccompany me. I intend, if I can, to add Wendell Phillips to our company.
So, you may make your arrangements, at your leisure, for at least one incendiary meeting in your place.
Do not forget to suggest to my friend Child the importance of
D. L. Child, as editor of the Standard. preparing, without delay, a stirring Address to the friends of the American Anti-Slavery Society, urging them to take prompt and effectual measures to insure a full attendance at the approaching anniversary, from al or (as commonly)
Lib. 12.67. laid upon the table.
Disunion was in the air. The first petition to Congress had been followed by others—from Ohio, New York, and Massachusetts again (this last,
Lib. 12.38, 49, 50, 77, 81. most elaborate, as David Lee Child's compositions were wont to be, and able). But meantime the conspiracy for the annexation of Texas began to rear its head anew.
Southern State legislatures adopted resolves in favor of
Lib. 12.49. it which met with a willing reception in C