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Surrender of Sims. speech before the Massachusetts antislavery Society, at Faneuil Hall Friday evening, January 30, 1852. Mr. Preside
k of New England but once.
That was about nine months ago, when the Sims brigade were left soundly asleep here, in the gray of the morning, w the awkward squad of Marshal Tukey stole down State Street with Thomas Sims, not deigning to ask their permission or their aid, and leaving p disapprobation and indignant protest against the surrender of Thomas Sims by the city, its sanction of the cowardly and lying policy of th aders of Boston?
It is because the merchants chose to send back Thomas Sims,--pledged their individual aid to Marshal Tukey, in case there s lave, calling him such.
The dogs of Marshal Tukey that arrested Thomas Sims in Richmond Street had to disguise themselves to do it,--dressed much, though it be very little, may still be said for Boston,--that Sims was arrested by lying and disguised policemen; he was judged by a Co