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le to append a Southern and a Northern protest against it; the former from a convention of the Manumission Society of North Carolina, the latter from the Massachusetts Journal and Tribune, whose opinion was reinforced by the fact that the editor and lish cockney, with little to recommend him but his inflated vanity, and the other a sprig of the negro aristocracy of North Carolina (Lundy, Genius, October, 1831). You have (I
Lib. 1.165. hope unintentionally) calumniated my character and put myil the day of universal emancipation!
The Northern, and especially the New-England, press, which had resented the North Carolina indictment and proposed demand for the extradition of Garrison and
Lib. 1.175, 191. Knapp, seasoned its indignatioator. Query— Where is the Columbia Vigilance Association?
where the Legislature of Georgia?
where the Grand Jury of North Carolina?
Incendiaries are multiplying rapidly —why do they pause?
Let them magnify their rewards and multiply their indictm