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t the smoke came out of friend Rogers's mouth.
And it so turned out. This was before
E. Rogers. we reached the Notch tavern.
Alighting there to water our beasts, we gave him, all round, a faithful admonition.
For anti-slavery does not fail to spend its intervals of public service in mutual and searching correction of the faults of its friends.
We gave it soundly to friend Rogers—that he, an abolitionist,
E. Rogers. on his way to an anti-slavery convention, should desecrate his
At Littleton, N. H., Aug. 26, 1841. anti-slavery mouth and that glorious Mountain Notch with a stupefying tobacco weed.
We had halted at the Iron Works tavern to refresh our horses, and, while they were eating, walked to view the Furnace.
As we crossed the little bridge, friend Rogers took out another cigar, as if to light it when we
E. Rogers. should reach the fire.
Is it any malady you have got, brother Rogers, said we to him, that you smoke that thing, or is it
E. Rogers. habit and indulgence mer