The Liberator. Vol. XXX, no. 22. William Lloyd Garrison.

The Liberator. Vol. XXX, no. 22

Boston: Friday, June 1, 1860. 24½" x 18", pp. [85]-88 (i.e. 4 pages); 6 columns per page; folds in eighths, some toning, mild waterstain at the top of all pages. Ownership signature at the top of A. W. Weston, almost certainly Anne Warren Weston (1812-1890), the noted Massacchusetts abolitionist. This issue publishes the results of the Chicago convention at which Abraham Lincoln was nominated as the Republican candidate for President. Includes speeches made at the annual meeting of the American Anti-Slavery Society, injcluding those of J. R. W. Sloan, William Lloyd Garrison, Miss Mary Grew, the Rev. George F. Noyes, and J. Elizabeth Jones; also, a long letter to the editor on marriage and divorce, three-and-a-half-column review of the speech of William Seward by Beriah Green; obituary of Theodore Parker, accounts of two slave ships captured, and the usual ads. Item #59001

Price: $275.00

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